The Colorado shooter’s mother, Anderson Lee Aldrich, has a history of legal troubles, including three California search warrants that are still active. Additionally, she was seen insulting a passenger while flying. On Saturday, Nov. 19, the night before Transgender Memorial Day, Aldridge carried out a mass shooting at a gay club in Colorado called Club Q. The incident, which is being treated as a hate crime, claimed five lives. Check out more details in the article below.
Aldridge is currently in police custody. At least two brave spectators tackled the 22-year-old during the attack. In addition to the 5 deaths, 25 people were injured. Aldridge had previously been detained in June 2021 over a bomb threat, but formal charges were never brought against them. Aldridge and Vaupel argued with other passengers on July 31 after the shooting, and cellphone video from a Frontier passenger showed.
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Aurora’s Maria Martinez, who filmed the video, claims Aldridge called her a derogatory racial epithet for Hispanics. Martinez began filming Aldridge and Vaupel as they got off the plane after calling her by that name. what made me According to Fox 31, Martinez can be heard speaking in the video. Voepel ordered Martinez to “shut up,” to which Martinez replied, “What made me ab-?” After a moment, Aldrich replied, “You’ve been following me, I’m going to f- you.”
Martinez asserted that she and her daughter Kayla recognized Aldridge even though they were covering their faces because they are the ones currently charged in the Colorado shooting. They were traveling with Martinez’s friend Tanya De La O, who claimed Voepel was the one who started the racist rant. “When suddenly I heard a woman yelling: ‘Quick fuck-up. You b——.
After I finished speaking, I turned around and apologized. According to De Lao, Aldridge was also complicit in the abuse. She claimed Aldridge must have picked up the behavior from their mother. Martinez claims she tried to voice her concerns to the Frontier flight crew, but they seemed unwilling to accept anything. They advised her to call customer support later as a backup. When she did, customer service informed her that she needed to file a written complaint. Follow Social TV broadcasts for more updates.