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Orlando Witness: 'Another Man Was Blocking The Exit Door'


Eyewitness account from within Pulse nightclub.

This witness gave interviews to multiple ABC News outlets yesterday and they were all edited and censored before airing. Except this one. I searched for an hour last night and found this raw footage with local reporters that was not cut and spliced to leave out the part of the story the FBI does not want known. Kudos to the Palm Beach Post for their coverage.

Here are his comments transcribed:

"In a moment of desperation we were all crawling on the floor trying to find a place to exit. I looked to my right and I could see people going through some curtains. We were digging through the curtains and found a door." But he said the door was blocked by a man. He wasn’t sure if it was a club security person or an accomplice to the gunmen.

"Fifty people were trying to jump over each other trying to exit the place. There was a guy holding the door and not letting us exit. He’s like ‘Stay inside, stay inside.’ As he is saying that, the shooter keeps getting closer and closer and the sound of the bullets is getting closer. Everyone starts to panic. People are getting trampled. Let us out, let us out!’’’ Gonzalez’ first thought was that it was a hate crime. “This guy is trying to prevent us from leaving. Maybe they’re working together."


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Jun 13, 2016 at 7:29 PM | Unregistered CommenterDonNeedNoStinkinUserName
City Officials Reportedly Won’t Turnover Fire Code Inspection Records For Pulse Nightclub


During a live report yesterday on CNN about the terror attack early Sunday morning in Orlando, some of the survivors mentioned having troubling finding exits to get out of the club. Similar sentiments were reported by other media outlets as witnesses described the chaos of people literally running for their lives, trying to find exits out of the Pulse night club. As a legal analysis website, this information from survivors about difficulties finding exits caused us to consider analyzing any potential legal liability for the Pulse nightclub related to either overcrowding or lack of adequate exits. However, local reports indicate that Orlando city officials wouldn’t turnover fire department inspection reports related to the club’s emergency exits.

Tampa news station WTSP’s reports its investigative unit, 10Investigates, attempted to obtain records relevant inspections and emergency exits at the Pulse nightclub to further investigate why so many people apparently could not get out of the club. When the reporter asked the Orlando Fire Marshal to provide the public records, he said the fire marshal told him that her chief instructed her not to provide any records related to the Pulse nightclub. According to the station, the refusal to provide the records may have been a violation of state law.
Jun 19, 2016 at 12:46 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn

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