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Victims of the Pulse Nightclub jihad massacre sue police

Sunday, June 10, 2018 8:33
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They are suing the wrong parties. They should be suing the Obama administration for dismantling counter-terror programs and scrubbing all mention of Islamic texts and teachings from counter-terror materials. The Obama administration did this in 2011 at the behest of Muslim Brotherhood-linked organizations that should have been prosecuted instead of kowtowed to. The fact that Obama transformed the nation’s counter-terror approach at the behest of these organizations is a scandal that no one mentions and for which no one has been held responsible.

They should also be suing CNN for lying, and the nation’s universities for advancing the cause of Islamic doctrine. Instead, this.

“Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims Sue Police,” by Molly Prince, Daily Caller News Foundation, June 8, 2018 (thanks to Todd):

Some victims and family members of the Pulse nightclub massacre filed a lawsuit in a Florida federal court on Thursday against the responding police officers and the city of Orlando for violating the Constitution and neglecting to do more to stop the shooter.

The lawsuit names Officer Adam Gruler, claiming that he knowingly “abandoned his post” to ensure his own safety and demonstrated “a total lack of concern for the dozens of patrons in the club, whom he was personally charged with protecting.”

Gruler, an Orlando police officer who was working an extra-duty shift when the shooting occurred, was the first to exchange gunfire with the shooter and was subsequently hailed as a hero, reports The Washington Post. He was honored with the “Pulse Valor Award” by the Orlando Police Department and later invited to the White House’s State Of The Union address by Democratic Rep. Val Demings of Florida.

Defendants in the lawsuit also include 30 unnamed police officers who allegedly either remained outside the club, thereby failing to neutralize the shooter, or unlawfully detained uninjured patrons for hours after fleeing gunfire.

The City of Orlando is also listed as a defendant and is accused of violating the civil rights of the Pulse nightclub patrons for insufficiently training and supervising the responding officers….



Source: https://gellerreport.com/2018/06/pulse-sue-police.html/

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