FBI Has Released Orlando Shooter Mateen's 911 Call Transcripts And It Is Hair Raising

FBI Has Released Orlando Shooter Mateen's 911 Call Transcripts And It Is Hair Raising
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The Orlando Massacre was one of the deadliest mass shootings in the history of the world. Pulse, the popular gay nightclub in Florida witnessed its dance floor getting drenched in the blood of hundreds. The mass shooter, 29-year-old Omar Mateen killed 49 people and injured 53 in the gay bar. He was killed in a shootout with police soon after.

Before dying, Mateen called 911 to report about the shoot and explain his motive of the mass shoot. He began his first call to 911 with, "I let you know, I'm in Orlando and I did the shootings." The FBI had released edited transcripts of his conversations with the Orlando Police Department's Crisis Negotiation Team which received a huge outcry of people demanding the agency to release the complete transcript and let the world know Omar Mateen's exact words.

This Monday, the FBI released the complete transcripts of Mateen's 911 calls.

This Monday, the FBI released the complete transcripts of Mateen's 911 calls.

The FBI initially redacted the transcript for security reasons.

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House Speaker, Paul Ryan called the decision 'preposterous' and took the outrage to Twitter. 

House Speaker, Paul Ryan called the decision 'preposterous' and took the outrage to Twitter. 
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Soon, a lot of people joined his call for releasing of the complete transcript, "So the public is clear-eyed about who did this, and why."

The FBI defended the censoring and they did it out of respect for the families of the victims.

The FBI defended the censoring and they did it out of respect for the families of the victims.
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The Department of Justice released a statement that they had no wish to provide "the killer or terrorist organizations with a publicity platform for hateful propaganda."

Soon after the outcry, the FBI released the unedited transcript.

Soon after the outcry, the FBI released the unedited transcript.
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Though the Department of Justice calls the controversy an 'unnecessary distraction.'

Mateen mentioned in his call that he pledged allegiance to ISIS Leader AbuBakr al-Baghdadi.

Mateen mentioned in his call that he pledged allegiance to ISIS Leader AbuBakr al-Baghdadi.
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Though after cross checks, the FBI found out that the terrorist organization never contacted him. He is likely to have adopted their beliefs on his own.

Mateen referred to himself an 'Islamic Soldier.'

Mateen referred to himself an 'Islamic Soldier.'
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The Orlando shooter said that his attack was motivated by the U.S. airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.

The Orlando shooter said that his attack was motivated by the U.S. airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.
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He even tried to threaten the police when he realized they would interrupt his mission.

He even tried to threaten the police when he realized they would interrupt his mission.
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Mateen claimed to have a bomb vest and would rig his vehicle full of explosives. The police later discovered that all him claims were false, and none of the explosives or bomb vests was found with the shooter.

The edited transcript and timeline is below:

The edited transcript and timeline is below:

Shortly after, Mateen had three conversations with the Orlando Police Department's Crisis Negotiation Team.

Shortly after, Mateen had three conversations with the Orlando Police Department's Crisis Negotiation Team.
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Here's a description of his conversations:

Here's a description of his conversations:
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