Colorado Gay Nightclub Mass Shooter Identifies as ‘Non-Binary,’ Uses ‘They/Them Pronouns’

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The 22-year-old suspect who allegedly killed five people and wounded 17 others in a gay nightclub in Colorado uses “they/them” pronouns and is “nonbinary,” his lawyers and court documents said Tuesday.

“Anderson Aldrich is nonbinary,” his lawyers Joseph Archambault and Michael Bowman wrote Tuesday night in a footnote (pdf). “They use they/them pronouns, and for the purposes of all formal filings, will be addressed as Mx. Aldrich.” “Mx.” is often used by people who are transgender.

“Mx. Anderson Aldrich, by and through counsel, makes the motion to the Court demanding their right to a preliminary hearing,” according to the filing. It then said that “Mx. Aldrich demands their right to a preliminary hearing,” and that “Mx. Aldrich demands their constitutional right to a bond and Due Process.”

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