The dust has barely settled on the Orlando shooting but already it is clear there is a mainstream media cover up to deny the fact there were multiple co-ordinated gunmen involved in the attack, pointing to the event being an inside job by security agencies rather than the work of a lone wolf.
A Facebook post today quoted a survivor of the attack saying ‘There are bits of information that the media are not telling us. There were two others that were in the club slaughtering people last night that were not caught.‘
This survivor’s testimony corroborates early mainstream media reports of multiple gunmen. Palm Beach Post, a Flordia news outlet, quoted another survivor, Janiel Gonzalez, also claiming there was more than one attacker.
“I’m pretty sure it was more than one person. I heard two guns going at the same time. It was very, very crazy.’’
“Fifty people were trying to jump over each other trying to exit the place. There was a guy holding the door and not letting us exit. He’s like ‘Stay inside, stay inside.’ As he is saying that, the shooter keeps getting closer and closer and the sound of the bullets is getting closer. Everyone starts to panic. People are getting trampled. Let us out, let us out!’’’
When this survivor spoke to a mainstream TV news channel they cut him off air when he began saying that there was a man holding the door, trapping people inside the club.
The sleeper issue here is the logistical hurdle of how one gunman could shoot so many people. If you look at the Tel Aviv cafe shooting you see how fast people run when the shooting starts. With so many moving targets the two shooters in Tel Aviv concentrated on those victims closet to them, and after a few seconds everybody was gone.
And then there is the question of how one man could have held such a large group hostage. You would expect it would have taken a 3 or 4 man team at least.
And though U.S. authorities claim that Omar Mateen pledged allegiance to ISIS “in the midst of the attack,” Mateen’s family were surprised at the claim that he had any connection to a radical terrorist group. In fact, they said he was not particularly religious. His ex-wife also said she saw no signs of radicalisation when she was with him.
Some have wondered why Mateen posed in several selfies wearing clothes bearing the insignia of the New York Police Department (NYPD). Although the NYPD has denied any relation to the shooter, Mateen’s employer, G4S, has some interesting links to previous terrorist events. They even benefit from terrorism, and transport illegal immigrants into the Unites States.
Mateen worked for the British company G4S since 2007. Throughout that time, G4S has been what people might call a private, special operations military outfit. It is said to be three times the size of the British military. In 2012, a G4S employee was charged with making a bomb threat at the Olympics. Similar bomb threats were connected to G4S in 2013 and just last month.
Previously called Securicor, G4S provided security at all three airports affected by the 9/11 attacks. Securicor/G4S had bought Argenbright Security—the 9/11 airport security firm—just nine months before the 9/11 attacks.
The company later ran operations at Guantanamo Bay.
These facts suggest that all aspects of the attack, including initial reports of two suspects in the shootings and that someone was holding the door closed to prevent people from escaping, point to the fact the nightclub shooting was a false flag event operated by security services.
US Attorney Lee Bentley has said the authorities are continuing to investigate the Orlando shooting and are looking for other people who may have been involved.
He said: “We’ve been collecting a great amount of electronic and physical evidence, and there is an ongoing criminal investigation that is still in the early stages.“
Given the connections between Mateen and his employer to terrorism, it would be wise to consider the possibility that the Orlando shooting was more than the simple lone wolf attack we are being told it was.