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(courtesy Facebook)

“The Orlando gunman’s wife has told federal agents she tried to talk her husband out of carrying out the attack, NBC News has learned. Omar Mateen’s current wife, Noor, told the FBI she was with him when he bought ammunition and a holster, several officials familiar with the case said. She told the FBI that she once drove him to the gay nightclub, Pulse, because he wanted to scope it out.

“Mateen opened fire at Pulse early Sunday, leaving 49 dead and 53 injured. Authorities are considering filing criminal charges against Noor for failing to tell them what she knew before the brutal attack, law enforcement officials say, but no decision has been made.”

Why isn’t this woman in jail, then?

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    • Except that spouses are specifically legally exempt from having any obligation to incriminate their other half.

      Can fedzilla charge her for failing to incriminate her husband. I don’t believe so. Can they charge her as an accessory for driving her husband to the nightclub? If she drove him there on the night that he attacked, sure. If she drove him on a different night, fedzilla is going to have a very tough time getting a conviction on her as an accessory.

      • I think that applies to a situation where the primary actor has already been charged. This POS is beyond that now. She admits she knew about this prior to it happening and failed to take action to prevent it. Charge her as an accessory or conspirator and fry her ass!

      • Thats only in trial testimony. And the person can waive it. In this case, she was more than free to say something. She didn’t, and should be charged as an accomplice.

    • Here is the real problem, the FBI investigated him and did not do anything. After that why in the world would you tell the cops anything after he tooled up. I can see the cops showing up, “officer, I have no idea what she is talking about, I think she is planning on divorcing me. she knows i’m an armed security guard”

  1. Yeah… As an accomplice, she can be charged with 49 counts of homicide. I say charge her and then fry her.

  2. She’s probably going to be charged. That’s when I expect her to play the victim card from the bottom of the deck.

    • Yep… she’ll claim she was abused and afraid… and the media will clamor how we’re ‘victimizing the victim’ and say she was afraid of his evil guns. Not that she couldn’t have picked up the phone when he left the house.

    • Exactly. And it’ll be how she was a victim of a man, and it won’t be about Islam or her role.

      Same thing with rape victims. By not speaking out, they allow more victims to be created.

      • You obviously don’t know much about rape victims or the shame and other psychological affects that come with going through that trauma. On top of that, many women and men who do come forward against rapists are dismissed and ridiculed by law enforcement and some are targeted for further abuse.

        • Might have something to do with the fact that almost 10% of all rape allegations are patently false.

  3. ” Authorities are considering filing criminal charges against Noor for failing to tell them what she knew before the brutal attack.”

    Then you better file charges against EVERY FBI agent that investigated him, because no doubt they new more than she did.

    I bet the Pink Pistols membership is booming.

    • There’s def some truth here, a lot of people knew a lot. Signal flags were abundant. There was an alleged probe into this mosque (which has now produced 2 known terrorists) that was stonewalled by the state department BC it would’ve “offended muslims”. These are allegations at this point, if proven true they’re very damning

      • Agreed! The Pink Pistols are doing a great job and have been for many years. And straights are welcome to join — PP does not discriminate. I may add them to my contribution list, alongside the NRA and SAF.

  4. And that represents the real problem. But even worse, when people did speak up and tell the government about his radicalization, they ignored it. I am so fed up with this crap. I am so tired of those who could have done something, but then did nothing. This terrorist committed treason, and she was a conspirator. Jail? Heck, I am thinking of a more serious punishment.

  5. she once drove him to the gay nightclub, Pulse, because he wanted to scope it out.

    Oh, to have been a fly on the wall during that conversation.

    • If she drove him there to reconnoiter and plan, then she is an accomplice. She can claim ‘oh, woe is me’ now, but she knowingly, and willing aided and abetted at the time.

      Arrest, try, jail. Now.

      • Florida has the death penalty. Being a co-conspirator in 49 counts of homicide is grounds to gas her ass.

  6. Oy with the bloodlust. Can’t we leave it at: “That is sickening. I am interested in the evidence gathered and the fair trial she receives.” :p

    • I said so above, ‘if true’, and at least it’s being reported that she admits to this already.

      Not sure if you are familiar with the ease to which Muslims will lie right to your face.

      Mohamed Atta, right before he flew the 767 into the tower got on the loudspeaker and announced to everyone ‘don’t worry, everything is going to be fine’.

      Sure, get the evidence, do the trial. Convict. Then put her to death.

  7. The most common element of all the mass shootings is that kinfolk or doctors knew the shooter was deranged, but did NOTHING. Time to start jailing accomplices.

    • “The most common element of all the mass shootings is that kinfolk or doctors knew the shooter was deranged, but did NOTHING.”

      Well, that and they self identify as Democrat/Progressive. Yet somehow conservatives are ALWAYS painted as the bad guy in any room…

      It’s an interesting statement on the level of “thinking” in contemporary culture, no?

    • Most definitely. You can hear it in his voice and see it on his face.
      I bet he’s proud of his boy.
      And I have to laugh at his fully mental reasoning that his son wasnt radical because he didnt have a beard. WTF is that?

  8. So this bitch knew after all. And people still have the gall to give Trump a hard time when he says these people know damn well what’s happening, but stay quiet.

    • Most of the media so far concerned the ex wife. I don’t think she knew, but current wife definitely did.

  9. Just as expected. Every time one of these shootings occur that is of sufficient magnitude to make the news, warning signs were plastered all over the freaking place prior to the shooting. Give me a break on making me the bad guy and start doing your jobs. This is like your Doctor ignoring high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes and then blaming McDonalds when the patient dies untreated or uninformed. Gross malpractice.

  10. He met me at the club and “probed” me for information on numerous occasions. Looking back I find it odd that he always came in the back door, leaving little if any evidence of his dirty deeds.

  11. If she’s not charged she’s a material witness and Dosent get an attorney the second she is she gets one and you can bet the first thing they will tell her to do is shut up.
    Thanks law and order.

  12. how can she live with herself?
    Then again, the wife of those Boston Muslim terrorist, who knew of his extremist views (but claims to not have known he was about to kill for allah), if i recall correctly, is happily living at her parents house and collecting tax payer welfare to provided for herself and the killers kid. We are our own worst enemy sometimes.

  13. Happens all the time in these cases (see below)

    And I agree, charge everyone who knew anything and didn’t contact authorities.

    “Roof reportedly told friends and neighbors of his plans to kill people, including a plot to attack the College of Charleston, but his claims were not taken seriously.”

    “According to his roommate, Roof expressed his support of racial segregation in the United States and had intended to start a civil war.

    One of the friends who briefly hid Roof’s gun away from him said, “I don’t think the church was his primary target because he told us he was going for the school. But I think he couldn’t get into the school because of the security … so I think he just settled for the church.”

  14. Charge her azz. Accomplice after the fact. Weirdo afghan pop too. Akin to TREASON according to Floriduh law I’ve scoped…BUT I doubt It’ll happen in Obama’s America.

  15. Which FBI investigation was more screwed up — Mateen’s or Hillary’s?

    If the G needs an unarmed woman to be murdered by a sniper while she’s carrying a baby, I can understand calling in the FBI. But investigating doesn’t seem to be the Feeb’s long suit, does it?

  16. Pulse Nightclub Killer’s Wife Accompanied Killer on Recce, “Tried to Talk Him Out of It”
    Obviously that did not work out so well.
    Of course she only has half a brain and half a testimony according to Sharia law.

  17. The first wife was beaten. Where was the charge? A DV would have kept him from passing the background check…

  18. Wouldn’t Obama have to actually classify this as a terrorist attack first?

    Then she’s an accessory to a terrorist attack and it falls under the patriot act, don’t actually have to follow normal legal procedure, send her to gitmo and then it’s a different court process.

    Oh wait, he won’t acknowledge that, cause he bought his house next to the national mosque

  19. I just feel sorry for their kid that he has to live with this the rest of his entire life.

  20. How can she possibly be charged? This attack was the work of : Christians, NRA members, straight white males, the gun lobby, Eugene Stoner, Gaston Glock, Republicans, Donald Trump, the 2nd amendment, and any number of other factors including “rampant masculinity” and any yet to be made up excuses for what it really is: ISLAMIC EXTREMISM. I shudder to think of what this world would have been like had our asshat in chief been at the helm in December 1941.
    That Democrats can continue to ignore reality should be a wake up call, even for the lowest of low information voters.
    This lady will probably be invited to the White House.

  21. There is the possibility that she “accompanied” him on his recon visits in much the same manner a slave would accompany his master to run errands in town during the era of slavery.
    She may have been very much under his control.
    Let us not jump to conclusions before the facts are known.

  22. She’s been reported to be a battered wife, and for that she deserves sympathy. But knowing about this beforehand and doing nothing to stop it beyond “trying to talk him out of it”? Inexcusable. She deserves to be charged as an accessory for every one of those murders. No amount of sympathy for being in a bad situation excuses such a heinous failure to act.

  23. Shame… she’s actually an attractive lady. Too bad she didn’t have the strength to stop her closeted, self-loathing husband. But she knew, and rather than doing the right thing, actually aided him. The murders of 49 people are on her hands too, and she needs to be held accountable.

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