A 22-year-old man with a gun entered an 5 Killed LGBTQ Bar nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, just before midnight on Saturday, killing five people before being stopped by Twitter, according to police on Sunday. Before being confronted by others and stopped, he killed at least five people and injured another 25. For the most recent news, follow Unmotivated World.
Colorado Springs police boss expressed Anderson Lee Aldrich took shots at Club Q. He shot the man with a long rifle, and two weapons were found at the scene.
At least two club members confronted and fought the shooter. They also demanded assistance. Police said they were looking into whether the attack was motivated by hatred and what kind of relationship famous club Q has with the LGBTQ community.
“We have a huge debt of gratitude to them.”Club Q could be a safe place for our LGBTQ citizens,” Vasquez stated. Every citizen has the right to feel safe and secure in our great city and to freely move around it without fear of harm or unfair treatment.
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5 Dead LGBTQ Bar Video Club Q thanked “the quick actions of heroic customers who stopped the gunman and ended this hate attack” and stated that it was “devastated by the senseless attack on our community.”
On Saturday, Club Q planned a dance party at 11 p.m. and a punk/alternative show at 9 p.m.The club also planned to host a drag brunch and a drag show on Sunday in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance.
On Sunday, which was Transgender Day of Remembrance, there was a shooting. Similar to the 2016 attack on an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, Florida, a gunman who claimed to be affiliated with the Islamic State killed 49 people and injured at least 53 others.
Colorado has been the site of some of the worst mass shootings in US history, including the 1999 Columbine high school shooting and the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting. At a Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs in November 2015, three people were killed, and at a birthday party the same year, six people were killed.