The wife of terrorist Omar Matina told investigators that her husband wanted lead jihadists to attack, but she said that did not know of his intention to make a massacre in a nightclub "Pulse".
FBI investigators do not believe that Nur Salman was complicit in the attack, during which killed 49 people, the source said. The authorities decide if she should face charges for what she may know about the intentions of the killer and may not be reported to law enforcement.
Investigators are trying to understand what prompted the Marina to carry out a devastating attack. 49 people were killed early Sunday morning and 53 people were injured. Officials said that 28 people are hospitalized, including at least 4 people are in critical condition.
Salman, the second wife of Matin is working with various law enforcement agencies. The couple has been married since 2011. They have a 3 year old son. The couple lived in Fort pierce, Florida, about an hour drive from the club. Salman told the FBI that he had noticed changes in her husband's behavior and tried to dissuade him from any violent actions, said the official.
When he left the house on Saturday for a few hours before the tragic incident, Martin had lied about where he was and what was happening, said Salman investigators. Law enforcement officers found out that his wife Matina was with him when he went on reconnaissance in Disney springs and a club "Pulse". A few hours before the massacre, Martin made his last trip to Disney springs. This time he was alone.
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