Orlando mass shooting suspect Omar Mateen was interviewed by FBI

Shocking information regarding Orlando shooting suspect “Omar Mateen” is rounding in the media. According to several sources, Omar was questioned by FBI in the year 2013 and 2014.FBI officer Ronald Hopper stated “Those interviews turned out to be inconclusive, so there was nothing to keep the investigation going,”

Omar Mateen was an American born Afghan who vowed his loyalty towards ISIS. Omar gunned down 50 people and wounded many more at a gay night club in Orlando. This incident has been hailing as the deadliest mass shooting in the history of United States. Mateen called 911 and took responsibility of the shooting, later Orlando police gunned him down.

Mateen was carrying an assault rifle and  a pistol with him. Mateen was well prepared and continued his massacre for about three hours before Orlando police crashed in and gunned him down .Police didn’t found any accomplice of Mateen. President Obama addressed the nation regarding this mass shooting. President Obama said “This is an especially heartbreaking day for our friends who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender “

Christopher Hansen, a witness of the horrific massacre stated that he was having a drink at the bar about 2 a.m and then “just saw bodies going down.” He also heard of repeated gunshots “just one after another after another. The gunshots went on for so long that the shooting could have lasted a whole song,” Ricardo Negron Almodovar was lucky to escape the bar and later wrote on his Facebook page  “People on the dance floor and bar got down on the floor and some of us who were near the bar and back exit managed to go out through the outdoor area and just ran.”

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announced a state of emergency for the city and asked for help. Florida Governor Rick Scott announced a state of emergency for Orange County. Another top deadliest mass killing in U.S history was at Virginia Tech in 2007 and Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.

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