Army veteran who stopped the Club Q shooter owns a brewery. Supporters nationwide are buying his goods to say thanks

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

Supporters across the country are expressing their gratitude to the Army veteran who restrained the alleged shooter at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ club by buying beer, T-shirts and hoodies from his business. Richard M. Fierro, 45, has been lauded for springing to action during the shooting at Club Q that killed five and injured 18 last Saturday. Fierro, a decorated Army veteran, was attending a drag show at the club with friends and family when the gunman opened fire with an AR-15 style rifle. Fierro and other patrons, including one who used her high heels as a weapon, charged the shooter. Fierro…

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