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Orlando Gay-Club Shooter Is Also An Actor!

This post was originally published on Fellowship of the Minds.

The deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history seems to be populated by professional actors.

First, Luis Burbano, a much-interviewed eyewitness who claims to have been in the Orlando gay nightclub, Pulse, at the time of the shooting, turns out to be a professional actor.

Luis Burbano (2)

Burbano’s profile on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) lists 5 acting credits under “Filmography,” the most recent one being his role as a “club patron” in a 2015 music video called — I’m not making this up — “Spirit of Orlando: Shooting Up”.

A day after I took the screenshot of Burbano’s acting credits on IMDb, his “Spirit of Orlando: Shooting Up” acting was deleted by IMDb. Below is the screenshot I took yesterday, June 15, 2016, showing Burbano’s full acting credits.

Luis Burbano

Now, it turns out the shooter himself, 29-year-old Omar Mateen, also had acting experience.

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Orlando Gay-Club Shooting: The pieces that don’t fit

This post was originally published on Fellowship of the Minds.

Anomaly:

  • Definition: Something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected.
  • Synonyms: oddity, inconsistency, incongruity, aberration.

Below are some anomalies — the pieces that don’t fit — in the official narrative of the deadliest shooting in U.S. history at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in the early morning hours of June 12, 2016, which left 49 dead and 53 wounded.

1. Eyewitnesses Report Multiple Suspects

We are told there was only one shooter, 29-year-old Omar Mateen who, according to his ex-wife, turns out to be a homosexual himself who frequented gay bars and had a gay hookup app, Grindr.

The problem is at least three eyewitnesses who were in the Pulse nightclub at the time of the shooting, all said there was more than one suspect.

Eyewitness #1: In an audio interview (below), after an eyewitness said, “There was a guy there that was trying to…prevent the door, like hold the door closed so that we couldn’t exit,” he was abruptly cut off.

Eyewitness #2: Another eyewitness said the shooting lasted “like eight minutes.” Beginning at the 0:29 mark in video below, when asked by the reporter if there was “somebody else,” the eyewitness said: “I’m pretty sure it was more than one person. Like I said, I heard two guns going at the same time.

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Orlando Nightclub Shooting: Questions and Anomalies Surround ‘Worst Mass Shooting in U.S. History’

By Vivian Lee

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Scene from the Orlando “shooting,” one of many showing no evidence to support the story. Image: CNN

The “worst mass shooting in U.S. history” is reported to have occurred between 2 am and 5 am on Sunday morning, June 12, at Pulse, a nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The “act of terror” is said to have produced 49 dead and 53 injured. A 50th death was that of the “shooter,” identified as Omar Seddique Mateen, who was employed as a security guard since 2007 by the giant multinational security company G4S. The circumstances of the Orlando “massacre” are suspicious to say the least, with many details fitting into the existing playbook for staged shootings occurring across the U.S.

G4S, the world’s largest security company by revenue, has its US headquarters in Jupiter, Florida, but operates in “more than 100 countries,” with “more than 50,000 employees in the United States.” G4S “has the international reach and resources to meet the security needs of the global age.”[1] The company has expressed its condolences over the tragic event and is cooperating “fully” with the FBI and other agencies who are investigating the “unspeakable tragedy.”

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Image: G4S.us

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