The suspect in the Colorado Springs LGBTQ bar shooting slammed the police on the 2021 livestream

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (KABC) — A newly uncovered video appears to show the suspect in the Colorado Springs shooting ranting at police during a standoff last year.

Anderson Lee Aldrich live-streamed the video from his mother’s Facebook page after he allegedly made a bomb threat in June 2021.

The owner of the home where the standoff took place, where Aldrich’s mother rented a room, said she recorded the video on the screen, which was later deleted from the original account.

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It shows a few seconds of an agitated man, identified by the homeowner as Aldrich, wearing a helmet and body armor.

He can be heard urging law enforcement to break into the house he was hiding in, threatening to blow it up if they do so.

That Distance was then broadcast by ABC affiliate KRDO TV in Colorado Springs.

The broadcaster said so El Paso County Sheriff’s Office upon a report of a bomb threat, sent a tactical unit to the house and evacuated the neighborhood. The suspect, identified as Aldrich, refused to comply with surrender orders and was suspected of having a home-made bomb and weapons.

Eventually, Aldrich was convinced to surrender and walk out the front door of the house. He was taken into custody and sent to prison. No explosives were found in the apartment.

At the time he was expected to face multiple charges, but it appears he was ultimately not prosecuted for the incident or the charges were dropped for unknown reasons.

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Laura Coffey

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