After watching this documentary, I had concerns about the police response. After 2 1/2 years the Orange-Osceola State Attorney’s Office said it had determined that none of the Pulse victims were wounded by the 14 law enforcement officers who fired their weapons during the police response to the mass shooting. The FBI report does not substantiate this local police statement. February 28, 2019: The FBI’s testing of bullets recovered from victims of the Pulse massacre was ***unable to conclusively determine who fired the shots that killed them***, a report released Thursday by the agency shows. The FBI, which had previously denied requests for records from its review of the massacre, posted the report to its website. The agency declined to comment on its findings. A second source of concern for me was the time frame involved. Mateen opened fire inside the Orange Avenue club just south of downtown shortly after 2 a.m. He was killed in a shootout with Orlando police and Orange County deputies roughly ****three hours later****. THE ORLAND SENTINAL. I cannot help but ask would we find this time frame acceptable inside a school?? Did race and / or sexual orientation play any role in the response?? I hate to mistrust law enforcement , but where were the actions necessary to protect and serve??? Kristi & Abby Tabby

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