” . . . WhoWhatWhy has documented a growing list of seemingly disturbed individuals targeted by federal investigators who later go on to commit mass violence — raising questions about whether federal investigators’ actions may be contributing to the problem.
The latest example: Esteban Santiago, who shot and killed five travelers at Fort Lauderdale airport January 6. He too was the subject of an FBI “assessment.” He was also investigated by the Army Criminal Investigations Division and Homeland Security at various times, according to officials.”
OMAR MATEEN’S FORMER COWORKER THINKS ANOTHER MAN WAS INVOLVED IN ORLANDO NIGHTCLUB SHOOTING
” . . . . “When I worked with [Pulse nightclub shooter] Mateen, he’d have hour-long conversations with this guy,” Gilroy recalls, referring to the man he believes also had a role in the murder plot. “They would have conversations about hatred, racism, weapons and guns, just railing about things. Mateen talked to him for over a year on a daily basis. It was an ugly situation.” . . . “
Florida airport shooter “heard voices” (EMP?)
“Santiago had complained to the FBI that U.S. authorities were forcing him to watch Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) videos in his home state of Alaska and heard voices urging him to join the terrorist group.