Islamic extremist kills 20 at orlando gay nightclub


Murphy
#721
Yeah, yeah. I'm feeling bad about that.

How many innocent people did you kill when you were with Hezbollah? Did you shoot them or behead them? Tell us about how you killed for Allah, Nassir.
 
selfsame
#722
Quote: Originally Posted by Murphy View Post

You forget

I don't support your farting, and the chemicals coming out of your funny trumpet.
 
Murphy
#723
Tell us. How many people you killed when you were with Hezbollah? Did you hunt innocent people down? Did Allah tell you to kill innocent people? Do you hear his voice?
 
selfsame
#724
The Wicked Zionists told Pilate: This Jesus provokes against the Romans and says: Do not give tribute to Cesar.

Damned you, Wicked Zionists, you the devils, and sons of vipers!
 
Johnnny
#725
Quote: Originally Posted by selfsame View Post

None said that he kills Jews, but only you do assert this, according to your ill mind and wicked imagination.
In fact, it is you Wicked Zionists, who killed and caused the killing of millions of Muslims till now.

I say: God will take revenge on you, as the interpreter of the Quran and the Bible warned you: God will terminate you, as had He done before many times, if you do not believe in the Quran

http://quran-ayat.com/conflicts/engl..._of_Perishing_
< quran-ayat.com/conflicts/english3.htm#A_Warning_to_Zionists_of_Perishing_ >

Jesus h ****in christ would you just shut up already? Your so annoying with your one trick pony act.

Remember i have given you greens before when you werent sounding like a religious wing nut
 
selfsame
#726
Quote: Originally Posted by Johnnny View Post

Jesus h ****in christ would you just shut up already? Your so annoying with your one trick pony act.

Remember i have given you greens before when you werent sounding like a religious wing nut

Shut up, Wicked Zionist! Shut up.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#727
Quote: Originally Posted by selfsame View Post

Shut up, Wicked Zionist! Shut up.

What a drooling imbecile.
 
Murphy
#728
Don't curse me, Nassir. Look in the mirror and curse yourself. Curse yourself for the evil that you do. Curse yourself for the pain that Muslims inflict on thousands around the world.

You are a barbarous, lying zealot. Curses be upon you and your children.
 
spaminator
#729
Pulse nightclub shooter’s wife pleads not guilty
 
spaminator
#730
'It's terrorism in Orlando'; Body cam footage shows cops response during Pulse n
 
spaminator
#731
City marks terrible anniversary of Pulse Nightclub shooting | ORLANDO SHOOTING:
 
spaminator
+1
#732
Cop who saved Pulse shooting victim losing job over PTSD
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Published:
December 6, 2017
Updated:
December 6, 2017 12:25 PM EST
Police stand behind a crime scene tape near the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub on in Orlando, Florida on June 12, 2016. Getty Images
ORLANDO, Fla. — One of the first police officers to respond to the Pulse nightclub massacre is losing his job with only months to go before he’s entitled to full pension benefits.
He called on Florida lawmakers to do more to support first responders who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Eatonville Town Council agreed unanimously Tuesday night to pay Cpl. Omar Delgado some $1,200 in accrued sick time when his job ends at year’s end, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Delgado was lauded as a hero for saving nightclub shooting victim Angel Colon during the June 2016 shooting, which killed 49 people. He returned to patrol duty after that, but eventually took a desk job. On Monday, he was told that job is ending.
Town officials won’t say why, but Delgado said a doctor’s finding that PTSD makes him unfit to return to full duty is a factor.
He’s not the first officer at the horrific shooting scene to meet this fate. The Orlando Police Department granted early retirement benefits in July to Officer Gerry Realin, 37, who was diagnosed with PTSD and will get about 80% of his $70,000 salary each year for life.
Eatonville, however, is financially struggling. The nation’s oldest incorporated African-American town, known as the home of author Zora Neale Hurston, it has about 2,000 people and a small police department, where Delgado has worked for 9 1/2 years.
Another six months, and he would become vested in the pension system, able to collect 64% of his $38,500 salary and benefits for life.
Instead, the newspaper reports, Delgado will receive 42% of his salary starting when he’s 55 years old. He is now 45.
“It’s a small town … Everyone’s family here, and I thought I was going to be treated like family,” Delgado said. “I didn’t think I was going to be treated this way.”
Deputy Chief Joseph Jenkins said the department reached a confidential agreement with the officer. Mayor Eddie Cole cited privacy laws in declining to explain the decision.
The mayor also questioned why funds from the onePULSE Foundation, which was created to help survivors and families of victims, weren’t diverted to law enforcement officers and their families.
“This town, as well as me, cares about people,” Cole said. “But some pictures are bigger than we all know.”
Delgado said state lawmakers need to do more to support first responders who suffer from PTSD.
A proposed bill requiring coverage for mental health treatment in workers compensation for first responders with PTSD did advance Tuesday in Florida Senate committee in Tallahassee.
It may be heard by the legislature in the session beginning Jan. 9. But similar proposals introduced last year died before making it to the floor for a vote.
Cop who saved Pulse shooting victim losing job over PTSD | Toronto Sun
 
Danbones
#733
I think of all the WW2 vets who served in the front lines whom I grew up with.
They went through a lot more then this without the same problems.

Not to say the PTSD is not real, it is. However I found treating my neurochemical imbalances properly (Modern medicine DOES NOT!) can also make it go away.

There is something else going on too.
 
spaminator
#734
Graphic video shown in trial of Orlando nightclub shooter's widow
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Published:
March 15, 2018
Updated:
March 15, 2018 2:11 PM EDT
Noor Salman, wife of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen.Facebook
ORLANDO, Fla. — Jurors in the trial of the wife of the man who shot and killed 49 people inside a Florida nightclub watched graphic videos of the massacre Thursday.
The video shown in federal court included footage of Noor Salman’s husband, Omar Mateen, as he stalked the nightclub, spraying bullets.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that Salman shielded her face from the graphic content when prosecutors showed it to the jury.
Christine Leinonen, mother of Pulse victim Drew Leinonen, becomes emotional speaking at a press conference outside the U.S. Federal courthouse in Orlando about the Noor Salman trial Wednesday, March 14, 2018. (Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel via AP)
The disturbing video showed club-goers dancing and mingling prior to the attack, as Mateen’s vehicle pulled up outside the club. Minutes later, Mateen was shown entering the club through the front doors. As the gunfire began, victims began collapsing over one another, falling like dominoes atop each other.
Mateen moved toward a bar in the back of the club, before shooting again. The video showed him reloading as people near him tried to crawl to safety. Mateen was the only person standing.
The video showed him opening fire again — shooting people already lying on the dance floor. Jurors watched as Mateen walked toward the restroom where — as the jury knows from other video shown yesterday — he began firing shots into the bathroom stalls, where some had taken refuge.
As photos from inside the club of bodies were shown, one juror in the front row held her arms, sitting on the edge of her seat. Afterward, she slouched back, removing her glasses and blinking several times.
Prosecutors are trying to link the 31-year-old Salman to the actions of her husband. First, they must establish that a terrorist act was committed when he killed 49 people in June 2016 at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando; prosecutors said he was motivated by Islamic terrorism.
Jean McCann, left, and Melba Underbakke, executive director, Coalition for Civil Freedom, hold a banner outside the Federal Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., during opening statements Wednesday, March 14, 2018 in the trial of Noor Salman. (Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel via AP)
“This trial is about what the defendant knew,” Assistant U.S. Attorney James Mandolfo said in opening statements Wednesday. “The defendant’s cold actions gave Omar Mateen a green light to commit these crimes on behalf of ISIS.”
Mateen, who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group, was killed by police in the hours after the shooting. At the time of the attack, it was the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. The fatal shooting of 58 people in Las Vegas surpassed it last October.
Prosecutors said Salman knew Mateen was buying ammunition for his AR-15, helped him spend thousands of dollars before the attack and knew about his plan when he left the house in the hours before the shooting. They also say she lied, tried to mislead FBI agents and had knowledge of her husband’s sick fascination with violent jihadist videos and terrorism.
He described a wife who knowingly went to at least two locations with Mateen to “scout” sites of potential terrorist attacks. One was City Place, an open-air shopping centre in West Palm Beach. The other was Disney Springs, a crowded dining and shopping area near the famed theme parks, Mandolfo said.
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Cop who saved Pulse shooting victim losing job over PTSD
Salman’s attorney, Linda Moreno, argued in opening statements that some of the claims are contradicted by cellphone records and other evidence. She said Mateen decided to go to Pulse at the last minute.
“Omar Mateen didn’t know where he was going that night,” she said. “And if he didn’t know, how would his wife know?”
When Salman was questioned by federal agents, she co-operated, said Moreno, adding that her client never asked for a lawyer and consented to a home search. The FBI in their hours-long questioning manipulated and coerced her, Moreno asserts.
Salman was arrested in 2017 in California, where she was staying with family, and has been jailed since then.
U.S. District Judge Paul G. Byron said the trial could last three weeks or more.
Graphic video shown in trial of Orlando nightclub shooter’s widow | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#735
'He had to choose a new target': Pulse nightclub shooter planned attack on Disney World says prosecutor
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Published:
March 28, 2018
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March 28, 2018 2:09 PM EDT
Christian Malone prays as he visits the memorial to the victims of the mass shooting setup around the Pulse gay nightclub one day before the one year anniversary of the shooting on June 11, 2017 in Orlando, Florida.Joe Raedle / Getty Images
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando nightclub shooter intended to attack Disney World’s shopping and entertainment complex by hiding a gun in a stroller but became spooked by police and instead chose the gay club as his target, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Prosecutors revealed those details during their closing arguments in the trial of Noor Salman, the widow of Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen. Salman, 31, is accused of helping her husband in the attack that killed 49 people in 2016. She is charged with obstruction and providing material support to a terrorist organization and faces up to life in prison if convicted.
“The defendant’s steps don’t have to equal to her husband,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Sara Sweeney told jurors.
Omar Mateen, right, with his wife, Noor Zahi Salman, and their son. (Facebook)
Defence attorneys described Salman as a simple woman with a low IQ who was abused by her husband, and who didn’t know of his plans because he concealed much of his life from her.
Attorney Charles Swift said there was no way Salman knew that Mateen would attack Pulse because he didn’t know he would attack the nightclub until that evening — after he went to the complex Disney Springs.
“It’s a horrible, random, senseless killing by a monster,” Swift said. “But it wasn’t preplanned. The importance to this case is that if he didn’t know, she couldn’t know.”
Jurors were expected to begin deliberations later Wednesday.
He said Salman’s confession was coerced and she signed it because she was tired and feared losing her young son.
The statement said in part that “the last two years, Omar talked to me about Jihad.” Swift said Salman wasn’t an extremist, and thus not capable of such a discussion.
“She still looks at Hello Kitty and romance novels,” he said.
Prosecutors said Salman and Mateen had visited Disney in the days before the attack.
In this handout photo provided by Disney Resorts, Nick Foles of the Super Bowl LII winning team, the Philadelphia Eagles, celebrates in a Main Street parade at Walt Disney World on February 5, 2018 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Disney Resorts via Getty Images)
Sweeney showed surveillance video of the Disney Springs complex that captured Mateen walking near the House of Blues club in the hours before the Pulse attack. In it, he looks behind him at police officers standing nearby before deciding to leave.
“He had to choose a new target,” she said.
Sweeney said Salman “knowingly engaged in misleading conduct” when she spoke to the FBI in the hours after the attack.
Prosecutors said she claimed her husband didn’t use the internet in their home, but he did. She also told investigators that Mateen had deactivated his Facebook account in 2013, but investigators found that he had an account up until the month of the shooting and was friends with his wife. She said her husband only had one gun when he had three, and that he wasn’t radicalized even though prosecutors said he spent time watching beheading videos and looking at Islamic State group sites.
In this June 12, 2016 file photo, law enforcement officials work at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., following a mass shooting. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara, File)
Mateen, who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group, was killed by police in the hours after the Pulse shooting.
Sweeney also said that Mateen had bought a baby stroller and doll at Walmart on June 11 — the day before the attack — and had a plan to hide a gun in the stroller while going to Disney.
Swift took the jury through the hours of Salman’s life before the attack. She called a friend and her uncle in California, saying that she was coming to visit and that Mateen would be joining them.
Judge rejects call for mistrial by Pulse nightclub shooter’s widow after gunman’s dad revealed as FBI informant
‘I LOVE YOU BABE’: Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen’s last text to wife — during standoff
She talked with her in-laws, ate at Applebee’s and texted Mateen. He didn’t respond. She later went on Facebook, read a book and then texted Mateen again.
“You know you work tomorrow,” she wrote.
He responded: “You know what happened?”
She wrote, “What happened?”
Then he sent his last text: “I love you babe.”
Swift said: “One person knows what’s happened in this, and one person doesn’t.”
Pulse nightclub shooting almost Disney World bloodbath: Prosecutor | Toronto Sun
 
Danbones
#736
Omar Mateen’s father was an FBI informant before Pulse shooting, was under criminal investigation

Pulse gunman Omar Mateen’s father was an FBI informant and later became the subject of a criminal investigation, a new court filing shows.

The dad may have also used his federal connection to block a 2013 investigation of the ISIS-supporting mass murderer, the documents claim.

Lawyers for Mateen’s widow, Noor Salman, want a judge to declare a mistrial in the case against her in light of the new information.

Seddique Mateen acted as an FBI informant “at various points” from 2005 to June 2016, prosecutors said in an email to the defense on Saturday — after they rested their case against Salman on Thursday.

Seddique Mateen acted as an FBI informant in the 11 years leading up to his son's actions, a new court filing claims. (AP)
The 31-year-old widow is accused of helping her husband plan his assault on the Orlando nightclub, where he killed 49 people before dying in a firefight with police.

But her lawyer, Fritz Scheller, argued prosecutors didn’t give information that would’ve let the defense explore alternate theories.

Omar Mateen


Well well well do tell...the FBI in before the event again and withholding exculpatory evidence
AGAIN.

SAY, what is MUELLER FAMOUS FOR IN THE PAST???
Withholding exculpatory evidence.

U.S. judge orders special counsel to turn over evidence on Michael Flynn
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...-idUSKBN1E62YJ

...and look by the same judge that had to straighten mueller out in the past for the same thing.
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