Pulse Gunman’s Widow Said ‘I Knew’ About Husband’s Plot, FBI Agent Testifies

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ORLANDO, Fla. — In the hours after the massacre at Pulse nightclub, FBI Special Agent Ricardo Enriquez transcribed a statement from Noor Salman, the widow of shooter Omar Mateen. As he finished, he asked her to add a passage in her own writing, saying he had treated her fairly, he testified Monday.



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  1. Brian McMurphy

    There is an ongoing lawsuit involving Pamela Gellee where the FBI was caught encouraging an ISIS attack on her politically charged “Draw Mohammed” event in Garland, Tx a few years ago.

    After the agent was found to have texted the terrorists to “tear up Texas”, it was also discovered that undercover FBI was in the car behind them prior to the attack they encouraged.

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/27/fbi-undercover-agent-was-in-car-behind-terrorists-and-failed-to-stop-attack/

    Increasingly, the FBI appears to be the enemy of democracy:
    http://freebeacon.com/issues/undercover-fbi-agent-surprised-terror-attack-began-garland-texas/

    The trial is ongoing and the FBI agent asserts that he had no idea that the people he was radicalizing, and who drove from Phoenix to Garland, TX, were preparing to do what he asked them to do as they are driving to the event with him in tow.

    It defies credulity.

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