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Pulse Families and Survivors Demand a Criminal Investigation and Forensic Audit

Updated: Nov 22, 2023



Pulse Families and Survivors Demand a Criminal Investigation, Third-Party Building Inspection, and Forensic Audit


An Open Letter


Pulse Families and Survivors for Justice


November 20, 2023

Via Email and First Class Mail


President Joseph R. Biden

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland

Greg Jackson, Deputy Director of the White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention

Governor Ron DeSantis

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody

Commissioner Wilton Simpson, Agriculture and Consumer Services

State Attorney Andrew A. Bain

Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)

Senator Linda Stewart

Representative Maxwell Frost

Representative Anna Eskamani

Senator Rick Scott

Senator Marco Rubio


We, the undersigned, represent a significant number of victims’ families and survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting that occurred on June 12, 2016. We are not just a small group of critics, as we have been falsely dismissed by both the OnePULSE Foundation and the City of Orlando.


It is unthinkable that a popular nightclub, one which promised to provide patrons with “an unforgettable night of fun and fantasy” in the tourism capital of the world, would be a death trap with inescapable “sitting duck” conditions. It is the site of the brutal massacre of 49 innocent people and the injuries and trauma of countless others: the Pulse Nightclub.


Even more unthinkable is that the City of Orlando, knowing of the illegal renovations and code violations at Pulse Nightclub, has taken steps to hide them from residents and visitors alike, including survivors and families of the deceased: blatant civil rights violations against people of color, most of whom are Spanish-speaking victims of crime, which prevented plaintiffs from taking timely legal action.


Adding insult to injury, the OnePULSE Foundation collected over $22 million in donations based on public perception that the money would help victims. To this day, exploratory polling reveals that the public thinks the OnePULSE Foundation has been financially helping survivors and families.


Instead, the owners of the nightclub, whose misconduct added to the body count, lined their pockets with the ill-gotten gains from Barbara Poma’s $762,104.00 OnePULSE income and the sale of the site of the massacre to the City of Orlando for $2 million.


As the factual allegations in this letter make plain, the misconduct of the City, the Foundation, and the Pomas is considerable, and it would be judicious for the recipients of this letter to engage in a sincere effort to provide meaningful assistance. In the 7.5 years since the mass shooting that occurred at the Pulse Nightclub on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida, the survivors and families of those murdered have endured the following:


The OnePULSE Foundation


In 2016, Pulse Nightclub owner Barbara Poma started the OnePULSE Foundation—a nonprofit that promised to provide financial support to shooting victims and also build a memorial. Instead, OnePULSE engaged in a repeated pattern of quietly “amending” its mission statement to shift donations away from deserving victims to instead cover “operations” costs and the development of a tourist attraction based on our mass shooting, the so-called “Pulse Museum.” As survivors and families languished, the public made donations that victims would not receive.


In 2019, the OnePULSE Foundation announced plans for a $45M memorial-museum campus that ballooned into a $100M project, an international design competition, and a six-figure salary for Founder and CEO Barbara Poma. Outrageously, OnePULSE and Barbara Poma condemned and silenced survivors, families, and community members who offered thoughtful criticism of their methodologies and plans—all while selling T-shirts and trinkets outside the Club in a gift shop, just feet away from where 49 patrons bled to death.


There are so many documented issues with this nonprofit that even Orange County lawyers sent a Cease and Desist to the nonprofit for violating their contract – which covered $10 million in public money – by using those funds without permission to generate extra income by renting out warehouse property that was supposed to be utilized for a museum. There are also possible issues with federal and state grants. This is why we are demanding a forensic audit of the OnePULSE Foundation, which looks specifically for fraud and provides an in-depth inspection into the money the OnePULSE Foundation collected and how the nonprofit spent every penny.


The Pulse Owners


The Pulse owners have been embroiled in a civil lawsuit brought by victims’ families and survivors for security negligence and premise liability. Barbara and Rosario Poma transferred the nightclub property for $100.00 to two new LLCs they created a month after the shooting, and Plaintiffs’ counsel have alleged that this transaction was illegal and an effort to shield the asset from suing victims. Meanwhile, the Pomas leased the property to the OnePULSE Foundation for an interim memorial and the nonprofit paid the property taxes on the nightclub property its CEO privately owned.


Faced with mounting public uproar, the Pomas stated that they were willing to donate their ownership interest in the property; however, that never happened. Instead, they negotiated with the City of Orlando in what amounted to a $2 million backdoor deal to cash in on more than twice the property’s appraised value, push a vote through in less than a week, and close the deal by the end of the following week.


Our review of public records indicates that Rosario Poma took out numerous PPP loans on his businesses and sold most of them in 2023. We believe the Pomas had ample money to donate the nightclub property to the City and fulfill their promises to the public.


The City of Orlando Has Been Covering Up The Truth About Code Violations and Illegal Renovations that Hindered the Escape and Rescue of Shooting Victims


In the Fall of 2019, elected City Council Commissioner Patty Sheehan spoke to victims’ advocate Dr. Zachary Blair, and subsequently told other victim advocates including

Anita Busch, that unpermitted renovations inside Pulse were one of the reasons for the prolonged 3-hour response time, which impacted our friends and family who bled out. Sheehan told Dr. Blair First Responders could not navigate the nightclub building because of walls that had been altered illegally, among other possible code violations, and that if he could find the public records that showed what they had done, the families of the victims and the survivors could stop the Pomas from profiting off the shooting.


Dr. Blair and others then began looking into the public records and found what Sheehan had told Dr. Blair and others was true. After confirming through public records, they began talking to as many survivors as possible for corroborating information of our own experiences. Due to language differences and geographical barriers, we believe dozens of survivors and family members remain unaware of the illegal, dangerous conditions at Pulse and the alleged cover up that ensued.


We already knew many of us could not find any way out of the Club that night as the shooter targeted us mercilessly. What we learned through Sheehan was that the very same unpermitted renovations and code violations that trapped us inside also hindered rescue. We then discovered that the City knew of these issues for years and looked the other way, never forcing the nightclub into compliance for reasons unknown.


These issues are documented in public records and include, but are not limited to:


  • Improper locks/hardware on exits

  • Illegally walled-over windows

  • An unpermitted 8-foot tall fence

  • An unpermitted outdoor patio bar

  • Unpermitted walls around exit doors

  • An illegal dance floor, where 20 died

  • Illegal narrow hallways that limited escape

  • Exit routes obstructed by multiple large objects

  • Illegal second-floor offices accessible only by ladder with no upstairs exits that had to be confirmed by police helicopter

  • Curtains and coverings preventing visibility of exits

  • Admitting significantly more patrons than allowed inside


Under these conditions, first responders could not ascertain the club's layout, describing the rescue effort as “chaos.” Instead, they had to rely on a hand-drawn layout scribbled on a piece of paper wet from an officer’s sweat that was based on recollection provided by a panicked employee. SWAT also breached the nightclub’s west wall in the wrong spot in an effort to extract those trapped in the building’s bathrooms, causing the gunman to open fire again.


We also learned that Pulse was operating as a nightclub in violation of its Conditional Use Permit, when it was only approved to operate as a restaurant and martini bar. The dance floor packed with most of the victims was supposed to be a dining area dotted with tables. The City explicitly ignored this and never brought the nightclub to compliance.


To this day, despite ongoing efforts by affected survivors and family members, the City has refused to release all documentation surrounding the shooting, the Pulse Nightclub, and the response. They have stalled records requests and charged exuberant amounts – in one instance asking for $630,374.83 for a records request for 4.5 months of email lists.


We therefore implore state, local, and federal authorities to investigate these issues of corruption and egregious violations of our civil rights. In 2023, following a Press Conference we held in front of Orlando City Hall, a group of mothers went to State Attorney Monique Worrell’s office to ask for an intervention and investigation. They were told that the State Attorney can not initiate investigations and that the mothers would have to open up a criminal case through the proper channels by filing police reports to the Orlando Police Department.


The mothers complied with the State Attorney, even though they knew that this would require the City of Orlando to investigate itself. That is a clear conflict of interest.


We write to inform you that the City has repeatedly silenced concerned citizens like us who survived the gunfire or lost our loved ones inside the Club. As recently as last month’s sale of the nightclub property, the City conveniently turned off its livestream during public comment, again keeping our voices from being heard. Therefore, we present this information in the form of an Open Letter to officials and the public, all of which is derived from publicly available records and published news reports, in the spirit of transparency and justice.


A sanctuary is a place of safety. An escape is a way out from danger. Pulse Nightclub and the City market themselves as a sanctuary and escape, but on June 12, 2016 they were not a sanctuary, but a danger zone—not an escape, but an inescapable death trap. They trapped us inside with a raging gunman, requiring a SWAT team to extract people using an armored vehicle, and they poured salt in our wounds for the next 7.5 years.


We respectfully ask for a complete and unbiased criminal investigation into the aforementioned issues, as was done in response to similar mass casualty crimes where there were violations, including at the Ghost Ship Warehouse, Station Nightclub, Happy Land Nightclub, the four nightclubs shut down over code violations in Chicago after a shooting, and, most recently, the mass shooting at Studio 1258 in Chicago which also had unpermitted renovations and was deemed as an “unlicensed party venue.”


  1. Norman Casiano, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, was shot twice on his right side while trapped inside one of the nightclub’s bathrooms.

  2. Tiara Parker, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, shot 3 times: once in the stomach under left breast, in her side, and in her right arm. Also, the cousin of Akyrra Murray, who was shot and killed at 18-years old. Together, they were trapped in the nightclub’s bathroom for 3 hours.

  3. Tony Marrero, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, shot 15 times, 4 times in the lower back, 8 shattering left arm, and 3 times in the stomach.

  4. Ivory McNeal, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting.

  5. Jorshua N. Hernández-Carrión, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, shot 2 times, once in the left arm and once in the torso with a bullet still lodged in body.

  6. Marissa Delgado, wounded survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, shot 12 times, mostly in legs and twice in the upper body. Unfragmented bullet remains lodged in liver.

  7. Martiza Gomez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting.

  8. Christie Wallace-Clarke, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  9. Keinon Carter, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting who was shot 2 times, the first bullet tore through his leg and the second one shot through his abdomen, small intestines and kidney to break his pelvis. He was pronounced dead at the hospital and remained in a coma for over a month while he underwent about 15 surgeries.

  10. Ruben Garcia, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  11. Michael Morales, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting who was shot 4 times: below his left knee, in his left femur, in his left buttocks, and in his right tibia. He has undergone 24 surgeries to date and his partner Martin Benitez Torres was shot and killed on the dancefloor and died in Michael’s arms.

  12. Manuel Rodriguez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  13. Jose M. Diaz-Ubiles, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  14. Kassandra M. Márquez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting and also cousin to Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor.

  15. Liz Finol, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  16. Jeffrey Xavier, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, who was trapped in the men's bathroom, shot four times: once in the leg, once in the foot, once in the stomach, and once in the neck. He has had 12 surgeries to date and continues to deal with numerous long-term complications.

  17. Jean Carlos Martinez Peña, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting.

  18. Orlando Torres, injured survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting who was trapped in the bathroom for 3 hours. Orlando was injured being pulled out of a small hole made by SWAT in the cinder block wall to evacuate trapped victims from the building.

  19. Christopher Hansen, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

  20. Ilka Reyes, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting who was shot 9 times, 8 times in her back and once in her finger. She has undergone multiple surgeries and still has bullet fragments in her body.

  21. Sylvia Serrano, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  22. Javier Nava, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting who was shot in his abdomen. Without seeing an easy way out, he climbed up a ladder trying to escape through the roof, only to find himself trapped with others inside an unpermitted second-floor office as he bled.

  23. Bryan Caraballo, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

  24. Jeanette Feliciano, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

  25. Cesar Alejandro Rodriguez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  26. Mariela Barahon, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  27. Darelis N. Torres Lopez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  28. Angelique Caro, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  29. Juan José Cufiño, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, who was at the bar close to the dance floor. He was shot four times, once in the forearm, once in the left knee, another in the right thigh, and another in the back in the spine rendering him unable to walk.

  30. Mario Garcia Téllez, husband of survivor Juan José Cufino.

  31. Jillian Amador, injured survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, cut by glass in the abdomen, arm, and hand when lying on the dance floor.

  32. Selvin Rosales Dubon, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  33. Yanker Alvarez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  34. Elmer Pacheco Andrade, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting. He was shot in the leg.

  35. Yorvis Camargo Borrero, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  36. Amneris Ramos, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  37. Kaliesha Andino, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  38. Mario Perez, wounded survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting with one bullet grazing his torso and fragments lodged in his body that had to be surgically removed

  39. Passion Wilson-Suarez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  40. Carlos Chaveco, injured survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  41. Tommy Connelly, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  42. Joshua McGill, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting who helped his friends over the unpermitted fence before jumping the fence himself to escape.

  43. Mänuêl Rodrigüez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  44. Malcolm Barraza, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  45. Angel Anthony Santiago, Jr., survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  46. Sybriena DeVoe, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  47. Joaquin Rojas, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  48. Stephanie Aponte, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  49. Ryan Joseph McCarthy, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  50. Samme Immondi, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  51. Leonel Melendez, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  52. Demetrice Naulings, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  53. Jimmy La Grega, survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting

  54. Carmen N. Capo, mother of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old

  55. Luis Alberto Ocasio Capo, brother of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  56. Belinnette M. Ocasio Capo, sister of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  57. Luis E. Ocasio Capo, brother of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  58. Marimer Capo, aunt of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  59. Luis Antonio Ocasio Rodrigues, father of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  60. Winda Berly, stepmother of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  61. Jose R. Santiago, stepfather of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  62. Wigberto Cintron Capo, brother of Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 20-years-old.

  63. Dimarie Rodriguez, mother of Jean Carlos Nieves Rodriguez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 27-years old.

  64. Valeria Rodriguez, sister of Jean Carlos Nieves Rodriguez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 27-years old.

  65. Myriam Torres Santiago, mother of Martin Benitez Torres, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 33-years old.

  66. Damaris Benítez Torres, sister of Martin Benitez Torres, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 33-years old.

  67. Nelly G. Benitez Torres, sister of Martin Benitez Torres, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 33-years old.

  68. Noelimar Ocasio Benítez, niece of Martin Benitez Torres, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 33-years old.

  69. Jinellys Betancourt Benitez, niece of Martin Benitez Torres, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 33-years old.

  70. Sonia Solivan, mother of Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 24-years old.

  71. Jeanette Martínez, sister of Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 24-years old.

  72. Irisdaly Solivan, sister of Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 24-years old.

  73. Nery Mojica, sister of Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 24-years old.

  74. Jonatan Solivan, brother of Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 24-years old.

  75. Gerardo Ortiz, father of Gerardo A. Ortiz-Jimenez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 25-years old.

  76. Marisol Ortiz, sister of Gerardo A. Ortiz-Jimenez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 25-years old.

  77. Aracelis Jimenez, mother of Gerardo A. Ortiz-Jimenez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 25-years old.

  78. Amin Lachapelle Jiménez, brother of Gerardo A. Ortiz-Jimenez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 25-years old.

  79. Olga Disla, mother of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  80. Marcos Laureano-Disla, brother of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  81. Luis Laureano, father of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  82. Ivette Figueroa-Disla, cousin of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  83. Raquel Figueroa-Disla, cousin of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  84. Ana Maria Disla, aunt of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  85. Jeniska Disla, cousin of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  86. Daysi Disla, aunt of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  87. Mario Disla, uncle of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  88. Anthonio Disla, cousin of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  89. Vivian Figueroa, aunt of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  90. Margarita Disla, aunt of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  91. Bernardo Disla, uncle of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  92. Lilliam J. Disla, aunt of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  93. Menelao Disla, uncle of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  94. Rene Vazquez, uncle of Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, who was murdered at Pulse Nightclub at 25-years-old.

  95. Lynette Conde, sister of Luis Daniel Conde, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 39-years old.

  96. María Magda Soto, mother of Luis Daniel Conde, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 39-years old.

  97. Jessica Velazquez, sister of Juan P. Rivera Velazquez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 37-years old.

  98. Angelita Velazquez, mother of Juan P. Rivera Velazquez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 37-years old.

  99. Bienvenido Aracena, father of Oscar A. Aracena-Montero, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 26-years old.

  100. Shiela De Jesus Hernandez, sister of Franky Jimmy DeJesus Velazquez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub.

  101. Bernice De Jesus, sister of Franky Jimmy DeJesus Velazquez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub.

  102. Ariannie Carrillo Fernandez, sister of Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 31-years old.

  103. Arlene Carrillo Fernandez, sister of Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 31-years old.

  104. Gustavo Cuevas Fernandez, brother of Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 31-years old.

  105. Digna Rosa Fernandez, mother of Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez, who was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub at 31-years old.

  106. Jessenia Márquez, mother of survivor Kassandra Marquez and cousin of Brenda Márquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  107. Luis R. Márquez, uncle of survivor Kassandra Marquez and cousin of Brenda McCool Marquez who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  108. David Marquez, uncle of survivor Kassandra Marquez and cousin of Brenda McCool Marquez who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  109. David Richard Marquez, uncle of survivor Kassandra Marquez and cousin of Brenda McCool Marquez who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  110. Robert Marquez Sr., grandfather of survivor Kassandra Marquez and uncle of Brenda McCool Marquez who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  111. Lexxie Rios, sibling of survivor Kassandra Marquez and cousin of Brenda McCool Marquez who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  112. Stephanie Rios, sister of survivor Kassandra Marquez and cousin of Brenda McCool Marquez who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  113. Brenda Campos Marquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  114. Michael Santos, brother of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  115. Kayla Marie Santos, niece of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor of the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  116. Brandon Marquez, brother of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  117. Robert Vinnie Pressley, son of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  118. Tatiana Harris, daughter of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  119. Michael Marquez, son of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  120. Irma Marquez, daughter-in-law of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  121. Julliette Marshall, daughter of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  122. Ariellee Marquez, granddaughter of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  123. Michael Marquez Jr., grandson of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  124. Abrian Marquez, grandson of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  125. Elijah Marquez, grandson of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  126. Isaiah Henderson, survivor and son of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  127. Dominga Marquez, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  128. Elvin Amaro, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  129. Brenda Marquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  130. Nicole Marquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  131. Roberto Marquez Jr., cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  132. Nydia Marquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  133. Nora E. Márquez García, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  134. María E. Campos Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  135. Karla Mariani Montes, cousin-in-law of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  136. Sadrac Márquez López, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  137. Edwin Márquez García, uncle of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  138. Myrna López de Choudens, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  139. Geraldo Gonzalez Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  140. Geraldo Jr. González, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  141. Jennifer Ann González, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  142. Joan Marie Gonzalez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  143. Isabel Torres, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  144. Benjamin Màrquez García, uncle of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  145. Eva Joan Márquez López, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  146. Orlando Márquez García, uncle of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  147. Carmen Rivera, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  148. Natalie Campos Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  149. Justin M. Magnussen, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  150. Carlos Gonzalez Màrquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  151. Maria E. Campos Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  152. Eva Joan Màrquez López, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  153. Edmir Márquez López, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  154. Edwin Jr. Márquez López, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  155. Sonia Iris Màrquez, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  156. Gloria Concepción Màrquez, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  157. Gloria Concepción Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  158. Abby Concepción Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  159. Danny Concepción Márquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  160. Dimas Márquez García, uncle of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  161. Betty Màrquez, aunt of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  162. Papolo Concepción, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  163. Catalina Màrquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  164. Elizabeth Màrquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  165. Justin M. Magnussen, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  166. Natalie Campos Màrquez, cousin of Brenda Marquez McCool who was shot and killed on the dancefloor at the Pulse Nightclub and was the mother of 11 children.

  167. Aryam Guerrero, sister of Juan Ramon Guerrero who was 22-years old when he was killed at the Pulse Nightclub.

  168. Juan Guerrero, father of Juan Ramon Guerrero who was 22-years old when he was killed at the Pulse Nightclub.

  169. Mayra Guerrero, mother of Juan Ramon Guerrero, who was 22-years old when he was killed at the Pulse Nightclub.

  170. Jinny Valentin, sister of Leroy Valentin Fernandez, who was 25-years old when he was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub.

  171. Bernadette Cruz, mother of Peter Ommy Gonzalez-Cruz victim, who was 22-years old when he was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub.

  172. Gabriel Cruz, brother of Peter Ommy Gonzalez-Cruz victim, who was 22-years old when he was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub.

  173. Sonia Cruz, aunt of Peter Ommy Gonzalez-Cruz victim, who was 22-years old when he was murdered at the Pulse Nightclub.



*We will continue to collect signatures from Pulse survivors and families on our website, http://www.pulsefamilies.com/. If you would like to add your name to our letter, please provide us with your name and information via email to nopulsemuseum@gmail.com.





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