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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

New information is revealed about the killer of Pulse mass shooting

Por Damian

A file document for court recently exposed showed interesting information about the background of the 29-year-old who killed 49 persons at an Orlando club in the summer of 2016. The material revealed that the father of the killer was nothing less than an FBI informant that also curiously felled under inspection after detectives found receipts for money transferences to Turkey and Afghanistan in the wake of the mass shooting, reported The Washington Post.

The disclosure came in papers filed by lawyers for the shooter’s spouse, Noor Salman, who is on trial in Orlando on accusations that she assisted and abetted her partner’s attack and blocked law enforcement’s examination into it.

Salman´s defense attorneys claim that she was an object of her husband’s abuse and unfaithfulness and that false declaration she made to the FBI came in the course of a coercive dialogue. All the same, prosecutors say that she essentially admitted to the FBI that she was familiar with what her companion was about to do.

Omar Mateen deeds at the Pulse nightclub is registered as one of the deadliest mass shootings on the United States territory. The killer himself said before he was murdered by police that it was done in the name of the Islamic State terrorist group.

It is well known that Salman’s trial has been in progress for weeks; however, her defense lawyers argued that since the new information released about her spouse´s father was not given to them until Saturday, the charges against their client should be dismissed, or at least declare a mistrial.

It is obvious from the Government’s delayed revelation that Ms. Salman has been shielding a case without a thorough set of facts and proof that the Government was required to unveil, defense lawyers said. Nonetheless, a judge denied their request.

Seddique Mateen — the father of Omar Mateen — was an FBI informant at various points between January 2005 and June 2016, court documents say.

Salman’s defense lawyers wrote recently that Seddique Mateen also had sent money to Turkey for a “substantial period and just one week before the attack,” and that in November 2012 an anonymous tip alleged that he was seeking to raise between $50,000 and $100,000 to help fund an attack against the government of Pakistan.