March 31, 2018
What is the thing here?
Look at it.
Who is that guy? With that mustache? Right up next to her? Is it her lawyer? With that long hair too?
And look at his face.
Looks like he’s jacking-off at her, right? And she’s shielding her face from him?
“Oh yeah, you got off, yeah, now it’s time for me to get off huh, yeah baby, tell me about Allah, yeeeeeaaah.”
I love courtroom drawings. Big fan. Always fun to try to figure out.
Anyway, that’s the wife of Omar Mateen, the Pulse Nightclub AIDS remover from a few years back.
I’m also a mustache guy, and so I get the whole “jack-off at her while looking into her eyes” thing.
If you don’t have a mustache, you won’t get it, seriously, so don’t even try.
It’s a stache thing.
The widow of the Pulse Orlando nightclub shooter was found not guilty on all charges Friday. Noor Salman cried as she heard the “not guilty” verdict.
Defense attorney Linda Moreno reacted to the verdict by saying, “The jury didn’t make Noor Salman the last victim of Omar Mateen.”
Jurors got the case Wednesday in the trial of Salman, whose husband, Omar Mateen gunned down 49 people inside Pulse nightclub Orlando in June 2016.
The founder of one PULSE Foundation Barbara Poma said, “I respect the criminal justice process, and we all have to trust that the jury made its decision free of bias and emotion. Those of us directly affected by this tragedy must find peace in our hearts and remember that he was the one who pulled the trigger that night. He was the perpetrator, and he should not have one more minute of power over our lives.” Tap/click to read full statement
Salman said she knew nothing of Mateen’s plan to attack Pulse, but prosecutors claimed she was aware and didn’t stop it.
After three days of deliberations, the jury cleared her of the obstruction of justice charge and the charge of providing material support to a terrorist organization.
Salman’s uncle told reporters that she will be going home to her son and plans to color Easter eggs over the weekend.
Yeah see – Easter eggs, goyim. You like those, don’t you? She’s just like you!
I think they just wanted this whole thing out of the headlines after it came out that Mateen’s father was a long-time federal informant and that the feds apparently relied him in making their decision that Mateen was not a terrorist threat.
There’s like a whole “wait, was this actually a huge screw-up or did they let this attack happen on purpose?” thing going on there.
I don’t personally take a hard stance on the whole discussion re: “is the FBI purposefully letting these shootings happen?” question, but I think that even if they’re not doing that, they have a lot of reason to not want people on the internet discussing it nonstop.
Salmon’s attorneys had introduced the argument that the only reason she was on trial in the first place was to deflect fault from the feds, who had repeatedly been warned about this guy and investigated him and yet somehow didn’t bother to check in on him after he started making money transfers and stocking up on weapons – even after at least one guy from a gun shop called them and was like “yo, this Middle Eastern gentleman is trying to buy bulk 5.56×45mm ammo.”
I think somebody went to this court and was like “hey just drop it.” Because there is zero chance this bitch didn’t know this guy was planning to do some kaffir removal.
Maybe that handlebars guy was part of the deal that we’re not hearing about. The judge could have said like, “okay so we have to let you go because the FBI has enough problems right now, but since you allowed this terrorist attack to happen and all these fags to die you have to suffer some consequences, so this guy from the 1970s is going to get his face right up close to yours and jack-off.”