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FBI release transcript of Orlando shooter\’s 911 call

FBI release transcript of Orlando shooter’s 911 call

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An unredacted transcript and timeline of events of Omar Mateen’s attack at Pulse Nightclub was publicly released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation‘s Tampa division on Monday, following the criticism of Paul Ryan, current Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, and others of an edited transcript initially released. The press release includes an uncensored 911 call between Mateen and an operator where he pledged his allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State of Iraq, the night he shot 49 people at the gay bar in Orlando, Florida.

According to friends and family, Mateen was a member of the gay community and had been to the nightclub several times.

Speaker Ryan made a public statement that selectively editing the transcript was “preposterous”. He said in his statement, “We know the shooter was a radical Islamist extremist inspired by ISIS […] The administration should release the full, unredacted transcript so the public is clear-eyed about who did this and why.”

During the 50-second phone conversation with the 911-operator, Mateen pledged his loyalty to al-Baghdadi on behalf of the Islamic State. However Chief of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, has stated they were not able to find any connection between Mateen and the Islamic State.

Three negotiation calls lasting nine, fifteen and three minutes occurred after the initial 911 call. Throughout the calls Mateen identified himself as an Islamic soldier and said to the negotiators to tell America to stop bombing Syria and Iraq, and this is why he was “out there right now.”

The transcript shows Mateen threatened he had a vest like the ones “used in France”, and that his vehicle outside of the club contained bombs. He also stated, “In the next few days, you’re going to see more of this type of action going on.” A search of his vehicle and person on scene revealed no explosives or vests. Special agent in charge in Orlando, Ronald Hopper, said there’s no evidence Mateen was directed by a foreign-armed group.

The Tampa Divison stated in Monday’s press release they will not be releasing the audio of Mateen’s call, or any audio and transcripts of the victim’s calls out of respect for the victims and their families.



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Divorced husband tumble drys wife\’s cat in revenge

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Martyn Birchall, 55, from Chorley in Lancashire, has been found guilty of animal cruelty charges after an incident that left his ex-wife’s cat ‘disorientated’ after being tumble dried.

The 55-year-old threw Rosie, a one-year-old Calico into the dryer in an act of revenge after finding out his wife was leaving him after 30 years of marriage.

The Chorley man was a known activist against animal cruelty and had posted a petition on Facebook just 3 months before the incident. The petition was written in relation to a current animal cruelty case where Mr Birchall wrote, ‘I hate cruelty to animals.’ He went on further to say that ‘any owners who treat them like this should be locked up and no excuses.’

Although his stance on animal cruelty was strong at the time of posting this information, it is believed his behaviour had taken a wrong turn after he had started to take tranquilisers to help deal with work-related stress.

Mr Birchall’s ex-wife Amanda told magistrates “We had had puppies and kittens before and he never did anything like this. He needs help. When it happened it was horrible. I managed to bring her round and save her by giving her water but it took me around 20 minutes. I took her straight out. She didn’t look good. Her eyes were everywhere and her tongue was sticking out. She was disorientated and panting like a dog. She was quite lethargic.”

Prosecutor Andrea Fawcett said ‘The Crown say Mr Birchall was responsible for Rosie’s predicament. The cat was found at the back with clothes in front of it. It hasn’t got in, put clothes in front of itself, shut the door and switched it on on its own!’

Although Mr Birchall remained his innocence throughout the hearing, the court handed him a restraining order, banning contact with his wife and daughters, and fined him £270, with £300 costs and a £27 surcharge.



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Australian Labor Party promises A$80 million in suicide prevention

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The Australian Labor Party on Sunday announced plans to invest A$80 million towards suicide prevention if they win the upcoming federal election.

During his launch speech on Sunday, opposition leader Bill Shorten said his party hopes to cut the suicide rate in half and break down stigmas around mental health.

Under Labor’s plan, Mr. Shorten said, A$72 million would be used to introduce twelve suicide prevention programs to areas with high suicide rates. Of these twelve, three or more would be based in indigenous communities.

Mr. Shorten also said his plan will provide more support to rural areas, including drought-affected parts of New South Wales. This comes after A$35 million of funding was cut from the area last month.

Despite these cuts, the Turnbull government insists mental health is still a high priority. On July 1 the Primary Health Network received A$360 million to fund counselling services across the country. This money is to be be distributed to communities based on their individual needs, and is intended to put vulnerable areas first.

Australia’s suicide rate is currently at its highest in thirteen years.



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