Warnings on gay club shooter stir questions about old case


              Jeff and Sabrina Aston morn their son, Daniel Aston, during a memorial service held for him at Shove Memorial Chapel on the Colorado College's campus on Dec. 7, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Aston, a 28-year-old transgender man, was one of five people killed in the Club Q mass shooting on Nov. 19. (RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via AP, Pool)
            
              A cremation urn with Daniel Aston's ashes is surrounded by flowers during a memorial service held at Shove Memorial Chapel on the Colorado College's campus on Dec. 7, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Aston, a 28-year-old transgender man, was one of five people killed in the Club Q mass shooting on Nov. 19. (RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via AP, Pool)
            
              In this image taken from El Paso County District Court video, Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, center, sits during a court appearance in Colorado Springs, Colo., Tuesday, Dec. Nov. 6, 2022. Aldrich, the suspect accused of entering a Colorado gay nightclub clad in body armor and opening fire with an AR-15-style rifle, killing five people and wounding 17 others, was charged by prosecutors Tuesday with 305 criminal counts including hate crimes and murder. (El Paso County District Court via AP)
            
              FILE - This image provided by the Colorado Springs Police Department shows Anderson Lee Aldrich. A year and a half before the Colorado Springs gay nightclub shooting that left five dead, Aldrich, the alleged shooter, was accused of threatening to kill his grandparents if they stood in the way of his plans to become “the next mass killer.” (Colorado Springs Police Department via AP, File)
Warnings on gay club shooter stir questions about old case