Sunday, June 12, 2016

ISIS Inspired Terrorist Omar Mateen Shoots Up Pulse Orlando Gay Club 50 Dead 53 Wounded FBI Claims Shooter Had Ties to Radical Islamic Ideology

MUSLIM TERRORIST: Omar Mir Seddique Mateen has been named as the gunman who killed as many as 50 people and wounded 53 others at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, CBS News reports. He was later killed by police after taking hostages at the club. Mateen, 29, is a U.S. citizen from Port St. Lucie, Florida, according to CBS News.
Omar Mir Seddique Mateen aka Omar Mateen was from New York City where he was born in 1986, he obtained a Florida Security Officers License in 2014 and a Statewide Firearm G License in 2015 which allowed him to carry a firearm in any location in Florida, Omar Mateen was basically a Armed Security Officer in Florida.  According to NBC News, Mir Seddique, Mateen’s father said: “This has nothing to do with religion.” He said his son Omar Mateen a registered Democrat and a U.S. citizen born to Afghan parents, got angry when he saw two men kissing in Miami a couple of months ago.  

The Class "G" Statewide Firearms License is issued by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The Class G license permits properly licensed individuals, such as Security Officers and Private Investigators, to carry a firearm (when authorized) while performing their lawful duties. In order to obtain a Class "G" Statewide Firearms License you must pass a FDLE background check and have a finger print card submitted to the FBI, you must also have to met one of the following:
1. Have completed or are scheduled to complete a Class D unarmed Security Officer training program,
2. Possess a valid FL Class "D" Security Officer License,
3. Possess a valid FL Class "C" Private Investigator License
4. Possess a valid FL Class "CC" Private Investigator Intern License.
MATEEN, OMAR D 2723758Security Officer
MATEEN, OMAR G 2704169Statewide Firearms License
ORLANDO, Fla.—Fifty people are dead and 53 people were injured in a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub early Sunday, according to Orlando police. Police shot and killed the suspected killer at about 5 a.m. after an hours-long standoff with police, Chief John W. Mina said at a 7 a.m. news conference. The man was wearing an explosive device, carrying an assault rifle and a handgun, and took hostages, Mr. Mina said. The shootings took place at Pulse, a gay nightclub in downtown Orlando. Gunman ‘had leanings towards radical Islam’ The FBI’s Ron Hopper was asked whether the gunman had any links to radical Islamist terrorism. “We do have suggestions that that individual might have leanings towards that particular ideology”, he said. 
If just one of the hostages had been armed inside the Pulse Nightclub the body count would have been much lower except for the dead Muslim terrorist Omar Mateen. Bill Warner Investigations "President Trump Says He Will Knock the Hell Out of ISIS Terrorists I stand With Donald J. Trump,"
Federal investigators said they are looking for ties to any terrorist organization. There is some evidence the shooter may have had “leanings” toward a radical Islamic ideology according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. An early morning post from the club’s Facebook page administrator said, “Everyone get out of pulse and keep running.” An updated post at about 6 a.m. said, “Please keep everyone in your prayers as we work through this tragic event.”

Multiple emergency vehicles responded, including the Orlando Fire Department’s bomb squad and hazardous material team. Police said via Twitter that a noise heard near the shooting site was a “controlled explosion.” No other details were provided.
CBS NEWS: Inside look at ISIS' brutal persecution of gays: Many Muslims consider homosexuality to be sinful. Gay men are haunted constantly by the possibility that someone, perhaps even a relative, will betray them to the militants - whether to curry favor with ISIS or simply out of hatred for their sexual orientation. ISIS fighters sometimes torture suspected homosexuals to reveal their friends' names and search their laptops and mobile phones. Even among ISIS opponents, gays find little sympathy. Some in the public who might be shocked by other ISIS atrocities say killings of gays is justified. Syrian rebel factions have killed or abused gays as well.-Before a crowd of men on a street in the Syrian city of Palmyra, the masked Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) judge read out the sentence against the two men convicted of homosexuality: They would be thrown to their deaths from the roof of the nearby Wael Hotel. He asked one of the men if he was satisfied with the sentence. 
Death, the judge told him, would help cleanse him of his sin. "I'd prefer it if you shoot me in the head," 32-year-old Hawas Mallah replied helplessly. The second man, 21-year-old Mohammed Salameh, pleaded for a chance to repent, promising never to have sex with a man again, according to a witness among the onlookers that sunny July morning who gave The Associated Press a rare first-hand account.Notorious for their gruesome methods of killing, ISIS reserves one of its most brutal for suspected homosexuals. Videos it has released show masked militants dangling men over the precipices of buildings by their legs to drop them head-first or tossing them over the edge. At least 36 men in Syria and Iraq have been killed by ISIS militants on charges of sodomy.

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