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Orlando Gunman Was Texting His Wife During The Massacre

New information just released confirms that Omar Mateen's wife was aware of his plan before and during
Orlando Gunman Was Texting His Wife During The Massacre

Further details about the days and hours leading up to Orlando massacre from this weekend are coming in. The latest news is extremely disturbing and will almost definitely lead to serious charges against Mateen's wife, Noor Salman. CNN reports that Mateen and his wife exchanged text messages during the massacre at Pulse nightclub.

Yes, you read that right. His wife knew what he was doing before, because she took him to purchase ammo and a holster to hold his weapons of murder. And now it appears clear that she knew exactly what he was doing WHEN he was doing it.

It has been discovered that around 4:00am on June 12th, Mateen texted his wife from the bathroom where he was holding a group of hostages. CNN reports that his messages asked if she was watching the news. She responded by telling him she loved him. Yes, she loved her murderous, depraved, maniacal husband.

Salman has been under investigation for days now and as each bit of news comes out, appears to be in even more serious legal trouble. Merely knowing about this type of massacre and doing nothing to prevent it will most definitely lead to charges. Add to that the fact that she clearly knew that he was planning something and there is simply no walking away from this.

Her husband gunned down 49 innocent people in cold blood and wounded over 50. Why? Because they were congregated at a gay club, having a good time and that enraged him.

Evidence will be placed before a federal grand jury to determine whether charges should be filed, a decision that is almost guaranteed to be a resounding yes.


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