Tuesday, June 21, 2016

We Still Have Not Heard What Orlando Shooter Said

The FBI's transcript was not only redacted, it was edited for content:

Doing nothing to advance the heated political debate over what combination of factors might have prompted Omar Mateen to open fire inside a gay nightclub in Orlando last week, the FBI on Monday refused to release the audio or a full transcript of the gunman’s phone conversations with the police during the attack.

The FBI instead published a written timeline of the attack, which included a redacted transcript of one conversation between Mateen and a 911 operator, and a partial summary of what he said in three further calls with the Orlando Police Department crisis negotiators that lasted 28 minutes in total. The bureau argued that letting the public hear or even read the gunman’s justification for the attack in his own words risked encouraging further attacks.

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I'm guessing that much of what he said contradicts the official narrative of the event.

Maybe he didn't shoot anyone at all. There is no physical evidence of bodies or blood in the public record.

As I said before, Hollywood feeds us extremely violent images every day. We can handle gore and death, so why is FBI hiding it from us?

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