Victims Of Colorado Springs Club Q Revealed

Club Q Victims

Family and friends remember the victims of Colorado Springs Mass Shooting at Club Q.

Derrick Rump. Jim and Sabrina Aston’s son 28-year-old Daniel Aston was a bartender at Club Q. Raymond Green, Kelly Loving, and Ashley Paugh were revealed as the other three victims.

The sister of Ashley Paugh wrote, Im so brokenhearted right now.💔😭Never in a million years did I think I would wake up to such a nightmare from you being taken from us like this. I lost my sister and I am so so sad and so very angry right now. To the coward who took her from all of us….she was a sister, daughter, mom, wife, aunt, niece and cousin. We are all devastated. Not only did you take my sister you took the lives of 4 others and wounded 25 more. I love you and will miss you so very much Ashley Green Paugh😭Rest in Heaven my sister.

Friends of Raymond Green also shared videos and photos of him hanging out and having good times.

Kelly Loving was a trans woman who supported other trans women during their journey.

Alleged gunman Anderson Lee Aldrich shot at least 25 people, killing 5, at Club Q in Colorado Springs, CO late Saturday night.

Law enforcement has not officially established a motive for the mass shooting, though it’s being investigated to see if it should be prosecuted as a hate crime.

The venue, Club Q, thanked the “quick reactions of heroic customers that subdued the gunman and ended this hate attack.”

News sources have stated that a man with the same name and age was arrested in 2021 after his mother reported to authorities that he threatened her with a “homemade bomb, multiple weapons and ammunition.”

As AP reports, the shooting came during Transgender Awareness Week and hours before Sunday’s International Transgender Day of Remembrance.

Sarah Kate Ellis, the president of GLAAD, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, stated on Twitter, “you can draw a straight line from the false and vile rhetoric about LGBTQ people spread by extremists and amplified across social media, to the nearly 300 anti-LGBTQ bills introduced this year, to the dozens of attacks on our community just like this one.”

After two nightclub patrons reportedly subdued Aldrich, 22, he was taken into custody and hospitalized for injuries he sustained.

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