IS propaganda is akin to yelling "fire" in a crowded theater and inciting violence is illegal (Dennis v. US).What are you, against freedom of religious expression?
Yeah, then your parents are the predator, selling your body to Michael Jackson...when those legal cases came up it was sort of disgusting, as it was a open-secret they were all done under contract. Back to this though.Unless you spent the night at Neverland Ranch.
Mateen was likely not shot at close range, the autopsy report suggested. Most of the bullets went through and through and the majority entered his body from front to back, suggesting he was shot while facing police, likely during the standoff.
The toxicology report indicated Mateen was not under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs the night of the shooting.
"You're hateful, insensitive and a bigot! " -lefty media and zombee followers- ;)Is anyone really surprised? 50% of Muslims in the UK believe that homosexuality should be illegal.
They hate women. They hate gays. And yet the lefties have a love affair with the religion of pieces. Problem is they also love anything to do with LGBT, so they must be going through some serious cognitive dissonance right now. Though I'm sure a bit of the usual denial will help them through this.
NZ is going to regret it's liberal immigration policies sooner or later, just like Europe is now.We just prosecuted the first and second guy for possessing and distributing ISIS material.
One of them walked into the US Consulate with an ISIS t shirt and asked, "this place bomb proof?" Which if it weren't so serious would sound like a bad satire.
Homegrown terror: 'Isis is here'
And Chop's personal favorite part of the shitshow...er story....According to a motion filed by Salman’s lawyers, the defense team learned of Seddique Mateen’s work for the FBI on Saturday, in an email from prosecutor Sara Sweeney. Sweeney said the elder Mateen had been an FBI source “at various points” between January 2005 and June 2016. Seddique Mateen was on prosecutors’ witness list but they rested their case last week without calling him to testify.
Sweeney also revealed that FBI agents investigating the shooting found receipts for money transfers to Turkey and Afghanistan between March 16, 2016, and June 5, 2016. On June 10, Omar Mateen searched for cheap tickets to Istanbul.
Omar Mateen opened fire inside Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016, killing 49 people.
Salman’s defense lawyers suggested his father sending money to Turkey and Afghanistan indicates Omar Mateen might have planned to travel to one of the countries to join a terrorist organization.
Martin, the FBI special agent who oversaw Seddique Mateen as an informant after transferring to the FBI’s Miami division in 2006, also testified Monday about investigating Omar Mateen after co-workers at the security firm G4S reported in 2013 that Mateen had made comments about being connected to Al Qaeda, Hezbollah and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Martin had Mateen’s supervisor wear a concealed recording device. It didn’t capture him making such statements again, Martin said.
Martin, along with other law enforcement, later interviewed the younger Mateen three times at his apartment. Salman was home all three times, the agent testified.
Mateen admitted making the comments but said he did so because he felt harassed at work.
Martin said he considered trying to develop Mateen as an informant, like his father, after finding he didn’t have ties to terrorism. Omar Mateen would later claim allegiance to the Islamic State group in conversations with an Orlando police crisis negotiator as he carried out the mass shooting at Pulse.