Club Shooting Revenge Not Terrorism
A candle-light vigil was held at Orlando's Lake Eola Park Sunday evening, one week after the deadly massacre that left 49 dead and over 50 injured. The gathering featured community and religious leaders, including Imam Muhammad Musri. He denounced the attack and called gunman Omar Mateen a "brutal aggressor and mass murderer" who doesn't represent Islam. At the end of the emotional vigil, the names of the victims were read, followed by a moment of silence.
Meanwhile, a person who claims to be a former lover of Omar Mateen has come forward with his with revelation that the shooting at Pulse nightclub was revenge not terrorism.
See the entire interview via CBS New York