Terrorist That Attacked Orlando Night Club had been Investigated Twice by FBI


SITUATION

Omar Marteen, of Port Saint Lucie, Florida early Sunday morning of June, 12 killed 49 people and shot more than a 100 in total at the Pulse Night Club, Orlando in the worst mass shooting and terror attack since 9/11 in the United States history.

In a press statement FBI Assistant Special Agent Roland Hopper, prior to the incident, Marteen, had come to the attention of the Federal Authorities and had been investigated twice in 2013 and 2014 by the FBI after expressing sympathy for a sympathy for a suicide bomber, Hopper said.

Eye witness, Christopher Hansen said he was getting a drink at the bar about 2 a.m. when he "just saw bodies going down." He heard gunshots, "just one after another after another."

The gunshots went on for so long that the shooting "could have lasted a whole song," he said.

Marteen’s father, Mir Seddique told NBC news that the sight of two men kissing angered his son. The Pulse Night Club is a gay club where it was reported by attendants Marteen was seen occasionally.

CHALLENGE

The Federal Bureau of Investigation at one point opened an investigation into Mateen, but subsequently closed the case when it produced nothing that appeared to warrant further investigation. He’s a known quantity,” the source said. “He’s been on the radar before.” According to the senior law enforcement officer.

In the past two weeks Mateen legally purchased a Glock pistol and a long gun, ATF Assistant Special Agent in Charge Trevor Velinor told reporters. Although, it is not known if those weapons were used in the attack. "He is not a prohibited person. They can legally walk into a gun dealership and acquire and purchase firearms. He did so. And he did so within the last week or so," Velinor said.

The first law-enforcement source told The Daily Beast there is no immediate indication that Mateen had any direct connection to ISIS. But ISIS recently called on Muslims across the world to attack targets in the West during the holy month of Ramadan, which began last week.

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