Video emerges showing Club Q shooter hurling racial slurs at women at an airport
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Video has emerged showing Colorado LGBTQ nightclub shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich and his mother hurling racial slurs and obscenities to other passengers at an airport after a flight to Denver, Fox 31 reports.

The video was captured by Frontier Airlines passenger Maria Martinez, which shows her questioning Aldrich and his mother Laura Voepel about a slur directed at Mexicans.

“What makes me a b—-r?” Martinez asks.

“Shut up!” Voepel snaps back.

“What makes me a b—-r?” Martinez asks again.

"Keep following me and I’m going to f— you up," Aldrich replies.

“I was having a hard time getting my luggage down (from the overhead bin), and all of a sudden, I just hear this woman say, ‘Hurry the f— up, you b—-r!’ And then I turned around and said, ‘Excuse me?’” Martinez told KDVR.

Tanya De La O, who was traveling with Martinez that day, said she remembers a disturbing comment Aldrich made while exiting the plane.

“I wish I can shoot all of you right now,” she claims he said.

Watch Fox 31's report on the story below or at this link.

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