“Until 5:13AM, When the SWAT Team Entered” – Judge Napolitano (Video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgRkh1NHlX8

TRUNEWS
(June 25, 2016)

Judge Napolitano: “Nobody died until 05:13 in the morning”

In the on-going TRUNEWS investigation into the Orlando Massacre, a consistent question has arisen: When did the victims die?

According to the FBI, the supposed Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, entered the club around 02:00 AM and began his killing spree. However, as Judge Andrew Napolitano points out in this clip, that story — the story based off of the unredacted FBI transcript released Monday — doesn’t just directly contradict eye witness testimony, but the FBI’s official narrative itself.

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  1. There is a video playing when you access this article. The reporter says something happened at 2:48 A M, “about one hour after the shooting started.” This contradicts what Judge Napolitano reports.

    The FBI is “asking” via a letter agencies to not release records for the same stock reasons, “so the families can achieve ‘closure’ in their grief.”

    We are supposed to respect the FBI and take them seriously after this travesty??!!

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/pulse-orlando-nightclub-shooting/os-fbi-letter-law-enforcement-20160629-story.html

    FBI asks agencies who responded to Pulse to deny records requests

    FBI instructing agencies to ‘immediately’ notify them of Pulse records requests

    Christal Hayes Contact ReporterOrlando Sentinel

    June 29, 2016 5:55 PM

    The FBI released more information from its investigation into the June 12 shooting at Pulse, an Orlando gay nightclub where 49 people were killed and 53 were injured. Among the information released: a partial transcript of the gunman’s phone calls while the standoff was still underway.

    The FBI has asked law enforcement agencies who responded to Pulse nightclub to withhold records from the public, according to officials.

    A June 20 letter from the FBI, attached to the City or Orlando’s lawsuit over withholding 911 calls and other records from 25 media outlets including the Orlando Sentinel, was also sent to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office with instructions pertaining to how they should respond to records requests.

    The letter requests that agencies deny inquiries and directs departments to “immediately notify the FBI of any requests your agency received” so “the FBI can seek to prevent disclosure through appropriate channels, as necessary.”
    Chief Mina discusses possible threat, three-hour breach in emails
    Chief Mina discusses possible threat, three-hour breach in emails

    The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office sent the Sentinel the letter Tuesday night in response to a request for documents, video and audio recordings from the early morning hours of June 12.

    A spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Office said the FBI sent them the letter Monday night and “instructed us to forward it to anyone requesting records.”

    The lawsuit, which was filed in Orange County Circuit Court, moved to federal court after the City of Orlando named the Department of Justice as a defendant in the case. An attorney for the city said the change was made because “the dispute is really between the FBI and the media.”

    Barbara Petersen, President of the First Amendment Foundation, said the “FBI doesn’t have the authority to hijack Florida’s constitution, which guarantees us a right of access to all non-exempt public records.”
    Letter from FBI

    The FBI is asking other law enforcement agencies who responded to Pulse to withhold records. They are also asking agencies to “immediately notify the FBI of any requests your agency received” so “the FBI can seek to prevent disclosure through appropriate channels, as necessary.”

    She said these records are public record subject to the state’s law.

    In the letter, the FBI says they are concerned releasing records would “adversely affect our ability to effectively investigate the shooting and bring the matter to resolution.” They also say the records could endanger witnesses and law enforcement officers involved in the case.

    Paul Wysopal, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Tampa field office, signed the letter. He refused comment Wednesday.

    Lawyers for the media outlets argue the records should be released because there is “a strong public interest in fully evaluating how first responders and police reacted during the most critical phases of this incredible tragedy,” the lawsuit states.
    Documents: City releases some Pulse shooting response records
    Documents: City releases some Pulse shooting response records

    The city, in its filing, said it has not released all records “out of respect for the Pulse shooting victims and the families” and at the “direction of the FBI.”

    On Wednesday, the FBI denied the Sentinel’s request for records related to the shooting.

    Staff writers Elyssa Cherney and David Harris contributed to this report.

    chayes@orlandosentinel.com or 407-420-5493
    Copyright © 2016, Orlando Sentinel

  2. Wow! This is huge!! I’ve always liked Judge Napolitano.

    Something about the gravity of what he’s saying strikes me like the Larry Silverstein “pull it” comment. But not that the Judge inadvertently revealed something. Maybe Norm Mineta is a better comparison.

    Huge news!

    –Paul

  3. Comey and Lynch have a full plate right now. I can’t expect them to handle it competently. Lynch’s secret meeting with Bill Clinton was a blatant gaffe and huge mistake. Is it by design? After everything from Blacksburg to Orange Orlando, we must ask ourselves if this kind of incompetence is not orchestrated. Sealing the Clinton files and denying records requests, violating the FOIA, etc.

    I suggest we not rule out advance cyber data-mining and intel for some end we can only speculate. Separating the goats from the sheep or wheat from the chaff for a program yet to be staged. I am holding my tears until getting deeper into this onion.

    Should we not expect another 7-7 for the Brits after Brexit? I believe logic says yes. When Tony Blair and Bill Clinton are meeting with Department heads, I expect fireworks are to follow.

    1. ” Lynch’s secret meeting with Bill Clinton was a blatant gaffe and huge mistake. Is it by design? After everything from Blacksburg to Orange Orlando, we must ask ourselves if this kind of incompetence is not orchestrated. Sealing the Clinton files and denying records requests, violating the FOIA, etc.”

      “I suggest we not rule out advance cyber data-mining and intel for some end we can only speculate.”

      Meaningul insights. Thank you.

      They may well be data mining our reactions to these false, and ostensibly outrageously blatant, actions by “officials.”

      Let us just make note of these actions. Let us “catalogue” them and further complete a more complete picture of the modus operandi of the production of these false events.

      I confess to emotionally reacting to these outrageous actions and that really is of no value to any of us.

  4. Christopher Hansen may be a key to unlock this case. He only recently moved to Orlando. He was a high profile witness to the shooting and willingly shared his testimony to various news outlets on camera. Now he seems to have gone off the radar completely, at least as far as social media is concerned.

    The hacker network anonymous has dug into his background a bit and researched whether his identity was fake. They didn’t draw any conclusion on this point but took notice of his fleeting connection with the city and his absence from social media whereas one of his actor “twins” has vigorously denied that he ever took on the role as Hansen.
    http://anonhq.com/mistaken-identity-orlando-shooting-crisis-actor-poses-media/

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