Taliajah Priester, Barret Hudson, Channing Law, Edward Sanders, Lauren Berg, Charlene Slaugh, Jerecho Loveall, Phylisha Collins, Tara Bush, Anthony Malburg, Thomas James, James Slaugh, Joanne Law, Mikayla Sanchez, Isaiah Aponte, Ashtin Gamblin, Jon Carlos Delvalle.
Kassandra Fierro, Mathew Broderick, Rain Vasquez, Wyatt Kent, David McRae, Amber Brooks, Richard Fierro, Sean Shelby, John Arcediano, Ian Adler, Jeremiah Griffith, Jessica Fierro, Brittany Cornelius, Deanna Vanscyoc, Joshua Thurman, Michael Anderson, Devin Dragt, Christiana Loveall, Brianna Winningham, Martin Rendleman, Mitchael Gerry, Svetlana Heim, Del Lusional, Azaria Lacour, Beyonca Perez, Felicia Juvera, Drea Norman.
Five people were killed. Seventeen more suffered gunshot wounds that were not fatal. In all, there were fifty-one people in the club that night. Anderson Lee Aldrich (born Nicholas Franklin Brink) wanted to kill them all.
Anderson Lee Aldrich (23) was convicted on five counts of murder in the first degree and forty-six counts of attempted murder for the November 19, 2022 mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs. He chose to plead guilty rather than face a jury. Aldrich also pleaded no contest on two counts of bias-motivated crime (one felony and one misdemeanor).
Judge Michael McHenry sentenced Anderson Aldrich to 2,208 years in a Colorado prison on June 26, 2023. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has opened their own investigation and are considering whether or not they will file federal charges against Aldrich which could ultimately result in capital punishment. Colorado abolished the death penalty in 2020.