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Father of Orlando shooter at Hillary rally: The real scandal

The blogosphere is all abuzz today because the father of Orlando gay-club shooter Omar Mateen was spotted in the audience at a Hillary rally in Kissimmee, FL, a suburb of Orlando.

Imagine that — [GASP] — the father of a Muslim terrorist was at Hillary Clinton’s rally!

Seddique Mateen at Hillary rally

As reported by local NBC affiliate WPTV:

WPTV happened to notice the man, who has a mustache and was wearing a red hat, behind Clinton. It was Seddique Mateen, the father of Orlando mass shooter Omar Mateen….

[J]ust hours later, we ran into him by chance at a rest stop on the way back to West Palm Beach.  He wanted to do an interview and show us a sign he made for Clinton.

“Hillary Clinton is good for United States versus Donald Trump, who has no solutions,” he said.

The blogosphere is aghast by the scandal that Seddique Mateen — who has ties with the Taliban, had run for president of Afghanistan, and produces anti-American YouTube videos — is a Hillary supporter.

But the real scandal isn’t that Mateen the elder was at a Hillary rally. The real scandal is that no one is asking whether Omar Mateen had actually shot those 49 club patrons dead and wounded another 53 in those early morning hours on June 12, 2016.

As I had reported in my July 11 post, “Orlando shooting: How we know it’s all a lie,” according to a report issued by FBI-Tampa Division on June 20, titled Investigative Update Regarding Pulse Nightclub Shooting, between 2:02 a.m. (when Omar Mateen exchanged fire with the off-duty police officer at the front door of Pulse nightclub) and 5:02 a.m. (when police breached and entered Pulse), NO SHOTS WERE FIRED INSIDE.

That means that no one was killed or wounded inside Pulse until after 5:02 a.m. when police had broken in.

Here’s a screenshot I took of the FBI report on June 28:

FBI Orlando shooting report1

So how, when, and by whom were the 102 people inside Pulse killed or wounded? When was Mateen shot dead by police? Was he killed soon after law enforcement had breached the club’s walls at 5:02 a.m.? If so, then Mateen could not have shot 102 people.

Even more amazing is what Daily Mail reported on June 13, 2016, that Orlando Police Chief John Mina admitted that “some of the victims may have been hit by officers’ gun fire”.

Why is this stunning admission not widely reported?

Why aren’t the families of the 49 who were killed, as well as the 53 who were wounded, demanding to know who exactly had shot their loved ones?

And then, of course, there’s the video footage of club patrons carrying the supposed wounded TOWARD, instead of away from, Pulse nightclub, which makes no sense whatsoever unless the whole charade had been staged for the media. For more on this, see “Orlando shooting: How we know it’s all a lie“.

Chris Hansen carrying wounded toward PulseDunkin' Donuts & Pulse on S. Orange Ave., Orlando, FL

Coincidentally, autopsy reports on Orlando were released yesterday. As reported by Daily Mail:

  • Altogether, a total of 260 shots had been fired, including about 200 shots that hit the 49 victims who died.
  • Omar Mateen had been hit in his head, neck, chest, abdomen, right calf and right foot.

H/t FOTM‘s Glenn47 and cs.

~Eowyn

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Orlando gay-club shooter is also an actor!

The deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history seems to be populated by professional actors.

First, Luis Burbano, a much-interviewed eyewitness who claims to have been in the Orlando gay nightclub, Pulse, at the time of the shooting, turns out to be a professional actor.

Luis Burbano (2)

Burbano’s profile on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) lists 5 acting credits under  “Filmography,” the most recent one being his role as a “club patron” in a 2015 music video called — I’m not making this up — “Spirit of Orlando: Shooting Up”.

A day after I took the screenshot of Burbano’s acting credits on IMDb, his “Spirit of Orlando: Shooting Up” acting was deleted by IMDb. Below is the screenshot I took yesterday, June 15, 2016, showing Burbano’s full acting credits.

Luis Burbano

Now, it turns out the shooter himself, 29-year-old Omar Mateen, also had acting experience.

While working as a security guard for the laughably-incompetent government contractor G4S, Mateen appeared in a 2012 award-winning documentary, The Big Fix, about the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

As recounted by Daily Mail, Mateen was filmed by documentary director Rebecca Tickell using a hidden camera. Pretending to be an oblivious passer-by, Tickell asked Mateen about the relief efforts. Mateen bashed BP and the workers:

“No one gives a s***, no one gives a s*** here. Like, everybody’s just out to get paid. They’re, like, hoping for more oil to come out and more people to complain so they’ll have job. ‘Cause once people get laid off here, it’s gonna suck for them. They want more disaster to happen. That’s where their money-making is.”

Tickell said, “It’s all about the money, right?” To which Mateen replied, “All about the money. Exactly.”

The documentary’s producers have confirmed to CBS News that the man in the footage is Mateen.

You may say that Mateen wasn’t really acting in the documentary because he was filmed by a hidden camera.

But wait! Mateen is an actor — he even has his own page on IMDb!

His profile on IMDb says Mateen had appeared in two documentaries:

  1. As himself in The Big Fix in 2012.
  2. As “bad boy” in the 2013 “documentary, romance, drama” Love City, Jalalabad, described as “A wild and funny documentary showing how the progressive youth of Afghanistan are rejecting the use of armed force and see film production as an alternative means of bringing peace and social change to their war-torn and occupied country.”

Love City, Jalalabad

Here’s a screenshot from Mateen’s IMDb profile, showing his acting credit on Love City, Jalalabad, which, no doubt, will soon be scrubbed from IMDb:

Omar Mateen on IMDbOmar Mateen is identified as among Love City, Jalalabad‘s full cast and crew, portraying the role of “Bad Boy”.

Here’s a promo video-clip from Love City, Jalalabad, showing transvestites and a dwarf in lurid makeup:

To add to the murky background of Omar Mateen, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen discovered that Omar’s father, Seddique Mir Mateen, has CIA connections. Madsen writes in his for-subscribers-only post of June 14, 2016, “Father of Orlando shooter part of U.S. pro-Taliban CIA/VOA network“:

Seddique Mir Mateen, the presidential pretender of Afghanistan and father of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, is part of a pro-Taliban network of Afghan and Pakistani propagandists who use the television and radio networks funded by the CIA-influenced Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) to spread their messages to audiences throughout the world. Mateen hosts a television show called the Durand Jirga Show, which is funded through his Durand Jirga, Inc., a Florida not-for-profit corporation based in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Mateen’s program is broadcast by Payame Afghan out of Los Angeles, which is also the home to a number of CIA- and VOA-subsidized satellite broadcasts in the Farsi language to Iran. […]

The BBG has funded a number of U.S.-based broadcasters that operate from the United States, Pakistan, and Afghanistan in order to target Pakistani and Afghan audiences in the United States and around the world with propaganda […]  considered major failures and a waste of taxpayers’ funds.

Even after the 9/11 terrorist attack on the United States, the VOA’s Pashto service gave a propaganda platform to the Afghan Taliban.

[…] Seddique Mir Mateen’s own views side with those of the Taliban. The presence of a number of pro-Taliban Afghan-Americans in the United States was facilitated by the CIA’s support for the mujaheddin cause in the Afghan jihadist war with the Soviet Union in the 1980s. […] Today, those links serve Khalilzad and the CIA well at the CIA-linked Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington [….]

Since Omar Mateen’s massacre in Orlando, the VOA continues with its propaganda aimed against the United States. The following are just a few of the comments posted on Ashna TV’s Dari and Pashto Service’s webpage: […]

Writing of Omar Mateen: verry [sic] brave mane [sic]. action is great.” – Mahmoodullah Hamid of the Agha Khan Foundation in Afghanistan.

Some 60 percent of the comments on the Ashna TV website praised Omar Mateen and his actions in Orlando. And the American taxpayers fund this activity through their financial support for the VOA and BBG. And, as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton championed the expansion of these broadcast services.

H/t “Barry Soetoro Esq.” and FOTM‘s MomOfIV, Anon, and Lola.

See also my other Orlando shooting posts:

~Eowyn