Pulse Victims, Families Sue Shooter’s Former Employer; Wife Over ‘Preventable’ Crime.
WDBO – 96.5 News Radio
March 22, 2017
Attorneys representing 57 victims and families of those killed in the June 2016 shooting at Pulse nightclub have filed a federal lawsuit that claims the shooter’s employer and his wife failed to stop what was a “predictable, therefore preventable” act of deadly violence.
Omar Mateen was employed by the global security firm G4S, during which time he made several threats to co-workers and claims of being connected to Al Qaeda, according to the lawsuit.
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