Federal investigators are trying to put pressure on the widow of the terrorist Omar Matina, because I think that she was aware of the killer's plan.
Authorities are trying to put pressure on Salman after she gave contradictory testimony about what she knew of his intentions a few hours before the attack. The lawyer plans to bring evidence of innocence women before she was charged.
This process can take some time, as investigators must complete the collection of evidence and a timeframe for activities Matin leading to the attack Sunday at a gay club Pulse, said de officials.
"It was an act of violence born out of hatred, which led to a terrible tragedy." FBI special agent Ron Hopper said Wednesday, "I would call it a crime of hate, I would call it terrorism."
The attack attracted the attention of the world. On Thursday, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will visit the city to pay tribute to the families of the victims, the White house said.
Salman, the second wife of Matin is working with various law enforcement agencies. She denies the crime and claims he was not aware of his plans.
But in subsequent statements, Salman admitted that he suspected that he might be planning an attack, the report said. According to one official, she knew that "some time" at the Matina was thinking about violent acts. He talked about it for several months, if not years. The woman tried to dissuade him from the massacre, but didn't call the police. Salman claims that she didn't know what he's buying ammo to kill people.
Meanwhile, the first wife of the terrorist said that not sure the sexual orientation of her husband. Maybe he did it because of the deep conflict within myself.
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