Club Q Shooter Takes Plea Deal on Federal Hate Crime Charges

Club Q Shooter Takes Plea Deal on Federal Hate Crime Charges

A juvenile was shot and seriously injured in the vicinity of 15th and Market streets in San Francisco on Tuesday evening. There are few details so far, but the shooting took place around 9:13 pm. [KRON4]Anderson Lee Aldrich, the 24-year-old shooter in the 2022 mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs that killed five people and injured 19 others, accepted a plea deal and was sentenced today to 55 concurrent life sentences for 74 federal hate-crime charges. Aldrich is already serving five consecutive life sentences in a state prison after pleading guilty last year in state court — and at the time he was still denying that the shooting was a hate crime. [CNN / ABC]California is returning 2,820 acres of land to the Shasta Indian Nation, in the largest land return in state history. The land return is associated with the Klamath River dam removal project, with the installation of the dams having led to to the removal of Indigenous people. [SFGate]An old cruise ship that allegedly inspired The Love Boatthe Aurorawhich has been moored in the Delta near Stockton for many years and has been slowly sinking since May, and an effort to refloat it was successful over the weekend. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Spill Prevention & Response has been working to avert environmental disaster in the area. [KPIX]Snapchat owner Snap Inc. has reached a $15 million settlement with California’s Civil Rights Department over its alleged mistreatment of female employees. [Chronicle]An investigation suggests that Assemblymember Matt Haney, formerly an SF supervisor, has been spending a lot of campaign funds on attending football games and other sporting events, and calling these fundraisers. [SF Standard]A landlord notorious for evictions in the Mission, Kaushik Dattani, faced a few dozen angry community members at a meeting over the weekend, as part of his mandated process to get approvals to replace the beloved Uptown bar with a bar of his own. [Mission Local]Netflix is opening two “experiences” at malls, called Netflix Houses, inspired by Netflix shows, in Dallas and Philadelphia. [ABC 7]

Top Photo: A memorial outside of Club Q on November 22, 2022 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. A gunman opened fire inside the LGBTQ+ club on November 19th, killing 5 and injuring 25 others. (Photo by Chet Strange/Getty Images)

2024-06-20 00:43:25
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