Surveillance cameras captured the entire November mass attack at an LGBT nightclub in Colorado that left five dead and 20 injured, prosecutors said.
Footage from video cameras installed inside and outside Club Q in Colorado Springs shows the suspect, Anderson Aldrich, who identifies as non-binary, park his car outside the nightclub before entering and opening fire, the district attorney said. Fourth Judicial District Judge Michael Allen in court Friday. , according The Denver Post.
“It captured the whole event,” he said.
On Monday, prosecutors slapped the accused shooter with 12 charges based on alleged hate crimes against two newly identified victims of the shooting.
The charges come on top of the original 305 charges brought against Aldrich in December, including first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, bias-motivated crimes and attempted murder.
Aldrich is accused of walking into Club Q on Nov. 19 with an AR-style rifle and opening fire, killing five and injuring more than 20. Two club patrons confronted and disarmed the shooter, holding them until police arrived.
Aldrich’s next hearing is set for Feb. 22, when prosecutors will play the surveillance tape.