Colorado mass shooting suspect appears in court

The suspect in the Club Q shooting that left six people dead and more than a dozen injured in Colorado Springs, Colorado made their first court appearance via video conference. The court appearance and mugshot show just how badly they were beaten after witnesses took the suspect down. #CNN #News

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