According to The Daily Beast, Omar Mateen of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, came to the attention of federal authorities twice prior to being identified as the gunman in the Orlando nightclub mass shooting.
Mateen killed 53 people and shot more than 100 in total at the Pulse gay nightclub early Sunday morning, in the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Continue reading
Law enforcement sources have identified the shooter, who was wielding an AR-15 assault rifle and a handgun, as US citizen Omar Mateen, 29, from Port St. Lucie in Florida. Continue reading
Terror network, ISIS, announced “We Will Attack Florida” on social media – three days before the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
On Saturday night, Omar Mateen, an Islamist extremist, murdered at least 50 people at the popular Florida gay bar.
Shoebat.com reported on the threat three days ago.
ISIS Muslim terrorists released a statement on their plan to attack Florida, and even put out a list with the names of people in Florida that they plan on killing. Continue reading
Many are awakening Sunday morning in America to the horrific news of an Orlando shooting in a crowded Florida nightclub that left at least 50 people dead and scores more injured.
According to reports, Omar Mateen, a “lone gunman,” was equipped with multiple firearms while dressed in a suicide vest. Witnesses said the gunman lined up hostages and opened fire, leaving at least 50 casualties and 53 more injured, police said. Mateen, a resident of Port St. Lucie, Florida, authorities said. Mateen is a U.S. citizen born in 1989, authorities said.
Police Chief John Mina also said the shooter had some sort of “suspicious device.” He said the suspect exchanged gunfire with an officer working at the club around 2 a.m., then went back inside and took hostages. Continue reading
Rising talent, Christina Grimmie, a Youtube star and former The Voice contestant, is in critical condition after being shot in Orlando, FL., while signing post concert autographs.
Orlando cops say Grimmie, 22, was shot while participating in meet-and-greet following her performance.
Orlando police said Grimmie was shot at about 10:45 p.m. local time, after performing at the Plaza Live. Authorities stated Grimmie was signing autographs and helping to sell merchandise when a man approached her and fired. Grimmie’s brother then tackled the shooter, according to police. Continue reading
Justin Bieber was involved in a bonified fist fight in Cleveland on Wednesday.
The ordeal, which was caught on video, was described by onlookers as an “all-out street brawl.” Some say the singer “held his own” while other are saying he came up on the losing end of the fight.
TMZ obtained this video of Bieber, shot shortly after 11 PM, outside his hotel in downtown Cleveland — he was face-to-face with the guy, who threw a light blow at Justin’s head. Continue reading
It’s official, former NFL star, Aaron Hernandez, who was already convicted of murdering fellow football player, Odin Lloyd, has hired Casey Anthony‘s lawyer, Jose Baez, to now represent him in his pending double homicide trial of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Baez announced Wednesday that Hernandez would be represented by his firm over the shooting death of the two men in a drive by shooting in 2012. The killing was said to be over a spilled drink.
The ex-NFL star and convicted murderer met with Baez at his Massachusetts prison earlier this week — and, moments ago, Baez announced Hernandez has made the move to retain Baez’s firm. Continue reading
Simmons was recently hospitalized for unknown reasons. Reps claimed the stay was over severe dehydration, however, others on social media speculated he might be suffering from something far worse.
Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson, popular backyard fighter and later MMA star, has died. He was 42.
Slice was at his South Florida residence when the call was made to transport him to Northwest Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, a spokeswoman for the Coral Springs, Fla., said Monday. Some reports say the fighter died from suspected heart failure, however, this has not been confirmed.
Bellator president Scott Coker confirmed Slice’s death in a statement: “We are all shocked and saddened by the devastating and untimely loss of Kimbo Slice Continue reading