23 Burst results for "Nora Salman"
"nora salman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It was a lot of security and it looks like he was deterred and he googled downtown orlando nightclubs from there he went to another nightclub eve orlando the straight nightclub was also deterred and googled downtown orlando nightclubs again and ended up at pulse now pulse doesn't have any insignia outside that would show that it's a gay club and a security guard said when he walked in he asked him where all the ladies at another narrative that emerged was the presumed culpability of the widow noor salman sources tell fox news mateen's wife didn't know about plans for this possible attack and did not alert authorities before the law enforcement sources say noor salman purchased amunition with her husband and they believe she drove with him as he scouted the pulse nightclub or salman accompanied her husband omar mateen to the pulse nightclub massacre unfolded as well as went with him to afford a gun store where mateen purchase weapons and ammo yeah so the fbi interviewed nora salman in the immediate aftermath of the massacre they pulled her out of her house at four o'clock in the morning and brought her to fbi headquarters and held her there for eleven hours by the end of the interrogations they had a handwritten statement the fbi agent wrote for her because she was too nervous to right herself and there's many iterations of this quote unquote confession but the last one says i knew that my husband was going to pulse that night i knew because we had cased it together a week ago and i knew because i had saw him looking at the website that was the government's key piece of evidence against her but they're investigators knew within a few days of the massacre that her alleged confession couldn't possibly be true because they had friends of evidence they had her cellphone they had omar mateen cell phone and they learned quite quickly that she had never been to pulse he had never been to pulse it just wasn't true.
"nora salman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is on the media i'm bob garfield when omar mateen opened fire in a gay orlando nightclub in june twenty sixteen killing forty nine people and wounding fifty eight others it was at the time the deadliest shooting by a single gunman in us history machine died in a police shootout that ended the attack and therefore could not explain his motive speculation naturally followed was he a lone wolf jihadist homophobes and did he really act alone was his wife nora salman a coconspirator earlier this month the question of salmon's involvement came to a definitive conclusion nearly two years after the deadly mass shooting at the pulse nightclub in florida the gunman's wife noor salman was found not guilty today of aiding in the attack huffington post reporter melissa gelson covered the trial and she says that much of the initial media coverage of the shooting followed red herrings and let the narrative be dominated by gay activists and the police she saw one theory that mccain had committed the atrocity because he was a self denying self hating gay man take hold soon after the attack within days people came forward who believed they had seen him at pulse before others thought they recognize his face from grinder a gay dating app one person even went on univision wearing a mask and said they had had sex with him so the narrative was driven by i witnesses who came forward plus the natural human instinct to believe that it must have been a targeted attack against the gay community i mean this is a community that has historically been marginalized and been persecuted there was an instinct to believe that he chose them because of who they loved and he purposely set out that night to kill gay people this quickly mutated from speculation or theory to kind of righteous certainty investigators know mateen's was homophobic omar mateen was a regular at gay clubs including the site of its attack even a closeted gay man it just became the accepted narrative and this is despite omar mateen own statements during the crimes he was on the.
"nora salman" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"And they were furious because there's a lot of theories they should have pursued and would've pursued how they know that including is diekmann teen the person who helped his son carry out the attack on paul's and they were scapegoating marsov is the reason the fbi chose not to arrest omar mateen was because his father intervened on behalf of his son to have the fbi not arrest them there's evidence yet be i was talking to dc about the investigation into his son at the time that they decided not to arrest him or go forward with the investigation so there is a lot of really interesting aspects that never got explored because just as was true of the fbi's conclusion that she never went to polls the fbi also or the j also concealed from the court and from her lawyers that the father was were directly with the pi one last point about the father the fbi actually opened a criminal investigation into the father because they had received tips that he was sending money to afghanistan and turkey with the intention of having an attack on the government of pakistan he's ethnically afghan and so they opened a criminal investigation months they found money transfers in his name both you have ghanistan and turkey as these tips had revealed leading the defense to wonder was the rio radical the father was he though on who help omar mateen carry out the attack and that's the reason why they decided to prosecute nora salman to protect their own informant we have so many cases where the fbi's own informants are essentially the go betweens for the fbi and then unsuspecting in many cases muslims and it's the fbi informant who at the at the spurring of the fbi is actually sort of the one creating the plot and so it seems like it would be very significant to understand and i understand.
"nora salman" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM
"Mary graham with relevant radio news the defense attorneys for nora salman said they knew they would get a not guilty verdict in the pulse nightclub trial salman was acquitted of obstruction of justice and aiding and abetting her husband omar mateen in the pulse massacre attorney charles swift said the facts lead in one direction we learned a lot there's a community and as a group during this trial one of the things we learned she was innocent swift said he feels sad that one day salman will have to explain to her young son what is father did she faced life in prison if convicted attorney fritz shaller said the result reaffirmed his faith in the jury system mateen killed forty nine people on june twelfth of two thousand sixteen a medical expert says it took stephen clarke three to ten minutes to die after being shot eight times by sacramento police officers clark was unarmed when he was shot in his grandmother's backyard a well known forensic pathologist conducted an autopsy on clark and said most of the shots that hit him entered in his back clark's death has sparked days of protests in sacramento stacey dash is no longer in the running for congressional seat in california the actress and outspoken republican was hoping to represent residents of the los angelesbased forty fourth district but says bitterness surrounded the political process would be a risk to her family's health and wellness the meditations for the fourteen stations of the cross that were prayed at the coliseum in rome were composed this year by a group of young people as part of preparations for the senate of bishops themes ranged from migration to communicating jesus on the internet but the way of the cross in rome traditionally concludes with a prayer recited by the holy father and written for the occasion often by the pope himself this year pope francis focused prayer on.
Pulse Nightclub Shooter’s Widow Found Not Guilty Of Aiding Her Husband’s Attack
"Jio nate said day did afternoon i'm nikki medoro the widow of the gunman who killed forty nine people at an orlando nightclub has walked out of jail after she was quoted a federal charges hours earlier nora salman left the building today about two hours after a jury found her not guilty of helping her husband commit the pulse nightclub attack an lying to the fbi investigators may never know what caused an suv carrying a family of eight to plunge off a mendocino county cliff authorities don't know exactly when or how the suv went over the cliff they say they have no reason so far to believe it was an intentional crash that claimed the lives of two women and at least three of their six adopted children the accident happened just days after child welfare authorities tried to contact the oregon family over concerns about the kids living conditions and the brother of an unarmed black man killed by police is helping defuse tension in sacramento by asking protesters not to keep disrupting a downtown nba arena protesters heeded the calls of savante clark and instead blocked cars on downtown st it's nearby the funeral they are calling for.
"nora salman" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"In the km j newsroom and orlando jury has cleared nor salman on charges that she helped her husband plan the two thousand sixteen attack on the pulse nightclub rory o'neill reports it's the latest surprise not guilty verdict from a florida jury following casey anthony and george zimmerman nora salman was just found not guilty of obstructing justice and aiding and abetting a terrorist her dead husband omar mateen police shot and killed after he went on a rampage inside orlando's pulse nightclub back in june of two thousand sixteen there he killed forty nine people and wounded more than fifty others sam has been in jail for over a year and is looking forward to a reunion with her four year old son in california rory o'neill orlando the mercer county sheriff's office is treating it as a suspicious death the body of a man recovered from a canal yesterday and gusting it was found in the area of whitworth road in phantom road investigators are trying to make an identity there does not appear to be signs of foul play detectives with mercer county sheriff's office are taking over the investigation the chp will soon start cracking down on drivers getting distracted cam jay's ruth michaels has the details next month we'll see the beginning of a campaign to get those behind the wheel to focus on the road ahead cross america the month of april is distracted driver awareness month actually combat distracted driving patrol officer victor taylor says it's often factor when crashes take place the public believes dispatcher driving his just being on your cell phone or texting it can be putting on makeup turning the radio a number of other.
"nora salman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The wife of the pulse nightclub shooter is found not guilty on all charges charges of aiding and abetting terror organization and charges of obstruction of justice our news ninety six five wdbo legal analyst sherri dewitt is here in the studio with me sherry as we had discussed on many of our special nora salman trial shows it was going to be a difficult circumstantial evidence case for the prosecutors to prove and as you had anticipated and channel nine eyewitness news legal analyst bill sheaffer had anticipated the prosecution prosecution didn't do a good job of proving the case well it's not that they didn't do a good job the prosecution the government did a good job the attorneys did a good job you can only do so much with the facts that you have however and there was no smoking gun here this was a case that was built brick by brick based on circumstantial evidence and as we've said before you know all that has to happen is one brick doesn't fall into place and the structure of the argument falls away and in this particular case one of the facts that we all thought we're going to be shot was going to be shown is that they cased pulse ahead of time and that turned out to be not the case and so that was one of the bricks that that fell you and i were talking during the break and thus far since the verdict came down a little bit after ten o'clock this morning let's say in the last two hours all of the talk has been about the the aiding and abetting we had discussed in the past that it was going to be very difficult to prove the aiding and abetting but that she could probably get charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly lying to the fbi and a lying to the police in fort pierce where omar mateen lived but she was cleared on that charge as well.
"nora salman" Discussed on WJR 760
"Hafner another police officer shot and killed execution style this time an offduty policeman was shot and killed in kentucky by a man impersonating an officer that killer was tracked down and killed by police thirty eight year old officer philip each was driving his personal car in hopkinsville kentucky he was pulled over and shot by a man who pretended to be an officer after a manhunt law enforcement killed that suspect south of kentucky the tennessee line james d corsi was shot about thirty miles south of hopkinsville in a confrontation with police the dead officer leaves a wife and two young children protesters of course calling for justice in the fatal shooting of a black man in sacramento california stefan clark was laid to rest and here's correspondent andy road protesters have taken to the streets in sacramento for days now frustrated over legal system they think always favors the police the clark families attorney implored people to continue to keep the protests peaceful following the funeral we must choose nonviolence people are gonna have passionate emotions and we ask that everybody remained nonviolent i'm andy rose reporting jurors in the trial of a muslim woman whose husband killed dozens in the name of isis at the nightclub in orlando florida in two thousand sixteen will deliberate her fate for a third day nora salman charged with terrorism according to federal prosecutors they believe she was a co conspirator with her husband omar mateen the man who carried out the pulse nightclub attack they believe she not only helped her husband planned that attack she facilitated and in other words helped him launch that terrorist strike that killed forty nine people they also maintain that even as her husband was still inside that club killing people and authorities are knocking on the door at home she is lying to police about what was motivating him then what weapons he was using that's correspondent mark martin savage there's new information on.
Jury set to resume deliberations in trial of Orlando gunman's widow
"The jury well in today to of deliberations in the trial of the weiss wife of the pulse nightclub shooter the family spokeswoman susan clary tells us that nora salman remains in a cell inside the federal court house but her attorneys feel that the fact that the jury is submitting questions and as comfortable talking about this case is a good sign she also says they don't expect to see a verdict today just based on the amount of evidence that's been introduced she says noor salman has been depressed lately and is very scared because the federal courthouse has a very high conviction rate from downtown orlando joe ruble news ninety six five wdbo our gene wexler also at the courthouse as we provide extended team coverage awaiting the verdict.
Jury yet to decide if Orlando gunman's widow had role in Pulse attack
"Wdbo our top story court back in session right now and the pile of the pulse nightclub shooter widow jurors now deliberating for a second day the fate of noor salman charged with aiding and abetting her husband's attack as well as strutting justice you know obviously the jury was very committed really did their job very well you know very committed a lot of due diligence and so who knows nora salman is accused of helping her husband omar mateen plan the deadly attack on the pulse nightclub two years ago outside the federal courthouse her defense team questioned something that came up during closing arguments scouting the palestinian casing the pulse and then all of a sudden for the first time in the closing argument nuts not their infosys anymore now it's disney as soon as they reach a verdict we will send out a breaking news alert and you could also.
"nora salman" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thousands of documents to to speed up the process he doubled the number of workers reviewing the records to fifty four the top democrats on the house oversight committee are pushing to subpoena the pentagon for documents related allegations that former trump campaign manager paul manafort promised the white house job to a chicago banker in exchange for sixteen million dollars in home loans a manafort grabbed a couple of headlines wednesday the new york times reported a lawyer for president trump floated the idea of pardoning manafort and michael flynn to influence their decisions about whether to plead guilty and cooperate in the russia probe white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders called the new york times report false back to the statement from tycom in the report that you're asking about when which he said i've only been asked about pardons by the press and every teen lee responded on the record that no pardons are under discussion or under consideration at the white house what michael look as we've said pretty much every day since we got here because you guys continue to ask about this topic every single day there was no collusion and we're very confident in that and look forward to this process wrapping up attorney john dowd who allegedly floated the idea of the pardons resigned last week jurors deliberated wednesday whether the widow of the orlando nightclub shooter lied to the fbi and helped her husband in the attack that killed forty nine people or wasn't abused wife who knew nothing of his plans nora salman is charged with obstruction and providing material support to a terror organization she faces up to life in prison if convicted prosecutors said solomon and mateen scouted out potential targets together including should say omar mateen including disneyworld shopping.
"nora salman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Thousands of documents to to speed up the process he doubled the number of workers reviewing the records to fifty four the top democrats on the house oversight committee are pushing to subpoena the pentagon for documents related allegations that former trump campaign manager paul manafort promised to white house job to chicago banker in exchange for sixteen million dollars in home loans a manafort grabbed a couple of headlines wednesday the new york times reported a lawyer for president trump floated the idea of pardoning manafort and michael flynn to influence their decisions about whether to plead guilty and cooperate in the russia probe white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders called the new york times report false back from ticonderoga report that you're asking you about win which he said i've only been asked about pardons by the press and have routinely responded on the record that no pardons are under discussion or under consideration at the white house what as we've said pretty much every day since we got here because you guys continue to ask about this topic every single day there was no collusion and we're very confident in that and look forward to this process wrapping up attorney john dowd who allegedly floated the idea of the pardons resigned last week jurors deliberated wednesday whether the widow of the orlando nightclub shooter lied to the fbi and helped her husband in the attack that killed forty nine people or wasn't abused wife who knew nothing of his plans nora salman is charged with obstruction and providing material support to a terror organization she faces up to life in prison if convicted prosecutors said solomon and mccain scouted out potential targets together including i should say omar mateen including disneyworld shopping.
"nora salman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Chilling new video of the gunman behind the two thousand sixteen florida nightclub massacre prosecutors say shows him scoping out his original target walt disney world dough mar martinez see walking around the disney springs complex in orlando the surveillance video was released in the trial of his wife nora salman he seen standing near the house of blues club looking at police officers nearby and then leaving hours later police say he shot and killed forty nine people in the pulse nightclub his wife is now on trial accused of helping him with the attack which she denies eleven penn state fraternity brothers charged in the hazing related death of a pledge will not face involuntary manslaughter charges nineteen year old timothy piazza suffered fatal injuries in an alcohol fueled ceremony at the frat house last year today judge throughout nearly three hundred total counts but allowed some alcohol and hazing related charges to stand cruiser cleaning up the mess of the chart fiery crash at a toll booth on a new hampshire highway two lanes to be closed for hours afterwards transportation officials say the vehicle is driving fast when it rolled over and then caught fire that driver was killed there was no one in the toll booth at the time and no one else was hurt the cause of the crash now under investigation coming up under siege after days of bad news facebook makes a major changes but will it be enough to stop the wave of people unfriendliness site the confusion over strength training for kids why hawaii medical experts say it's okay to start em young see something you wanna share with hawaii news now posted on social media using the hashtag h n n follow us on facebook twitter instagram and snapchat stuck in traffic we've got the answer preppy continues to fit on the h one going west from town but the one lewis still backed up to middle street you have the choice take the airport viaduct the pace is better after the halava merge too and you'll be back to the speed limit by the time you get to the h one h two split kamehameha highway westbound has cleared out all the way from the airport toco motto at the leeward coast farrington is also clearing it slows now after the.
"nora salman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Closing arguments are today in the trial of nor solomon she's the widow of omar mateen he killed forty nine people in the pulse nightclub shooting june twelfth two thousand sixteen solman faces charges of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization and obstruction of justice and while the trial is now set to wrap up there was some surprising information revealed in recent days solomon's lawyers say that on saturday a us attorney informed them omar mateen father sedikh mateen worked as an fbi informant from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen amy green is reporter for w m f e in orlando she joins me now from the courthouse where the trial is happening welcome amy thank you so the trial got underway just over two weeks ago bring us up to speed how have the two sides presented their cases well they the whole trial or the whole case really kind of hinges on these three statements nora salman gave to fbi agents in the hours after the attack in twenty six sixteen and in the east statements nora salman confessed to knowing about in supporting her husband's plans for this massacre she said many things during these statements she said that she and her husband had cased polls in the days before the attack she said that she saw her husband on the false website and that he said to her this is my target she said many things during these statements now her defense attorneys say these statements were co worst and are falls and we've heard testimony this week from a psychiatrist from friends and family who testified nor salman shows an array of symptoms for mental illness that she has low intelligence that she had trouble obtaining a driver's license and holding down a job at kmart in so really at.
"nora salman" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"So i was i was thinking about it earlier today the the issue of the fbi the mccabe firing the clinton investigation all this stuff today there was a story that came out i don't even understand how this is possible the orlando nightclub shooter is dad apparently was an fbi informant no this was an fbi informant he told authorities who are investigating omar mateen just before the attack that pro comments that the soon to be government would make the co workers were just examples of him being being stupid greg norman writing and fox news broke this down agent testified to this account on monday fbi spes special agent juvenile martin who was on the stand in the terrorism trial of nora salman omar mateen's wife said omar's father sadique had called him while his son was being investigated for the comments in two thousand six a decade before the pulse attack and he was upset so martin testified that sadique told them something like if he had done those things he was being stupid marin said the fbi interviewed omar two other times as part of that investigation but eventually determined he wasn't a security threat does the fbi ever interview anybody and then determined that they are security threat i honestly i'm curious did they ever and if they do what happens to them at that point honestly i have to just figure this out because i'm trying to understand how all these people like okay for example everybody who's suggesting that we need gun control always pointing out things that we gotta make sure gun out of the hands of of of evil people bad people etc people have mental health problems okay fair enough you're not gonna get an objection for me but my.
Father of Pulse gunman was FBI informant, widow's attorneys say
"This is talk radio five sixty san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the case of oh skill no fret the mass murderer and the fbi i'm michael toscano the president doesn't believe that any of the claims that mistake was made last night interviewer accurate spokesman raj shah saying president trump doesn't believe anyone from his organization threaten porn star stormy daniels not to talk about their alleged sexual affair as she claimed on sixty minutes last night no he does not omar mateen was once being considered as a potential fbi informant prior to killing forty nine people back in two thousand sixteen at the pulse nightclub in orlando that according to an fbi special agent called as a witness today in the ongoing trial of mateen's widow nora salman martin savage reports that perry mason moment came after solomon's attorneys had already filed a motion to dismiss the case because they had just learned the gunman's father said dc martine was an fbi informant the judge in the courtroom today said that he was made aware of this information and the motion by the defense to dismiss or drop the charges and he says he's going to put that into consideration this evening indiana governor eric holcomb has signed a bill into law that allows murder charges for crimes that ended up killing unborn babies prosecutors can seek murder voluntary manslaughter involuntary manslaughter or feet aside charges depending on how far along the pregnancy was the new law does not apply to abortions jim roope is reporting facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and other social media ceos are being hauled before a senate committee it's an invite to a hearing on data privacy to be held april tenth soccer bursts expected to be asked about the cambridge analytic data breach and explained what happened why and what's being done to stop it from happening again we're going to be working on this forever invited to to the hearing google ceo sundar pichai and twitter ceo jack dorsey to also fill congress in on what they're doing federal trade commission confirms it's investigating facebook and that's sent facebook investors into a selling spree dropping its value and other six percent on wall street the dow's up almost six hundred i'm michael toscano a few years back i founded a small company now it's a big company the.
"nora salman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"In education television philanthropy and more in national news the senate judiciary committee wants facebook ceo mark zuckerberg to testify before congress in fact committee chair republican chairman chuck grassley of iowa is also inviting ceos from google and twitter to testify during an upcoming hearing on data privacy and social media grass lease invite comes hours after the federal trade commission announce it is investigating facebook's privacy practices and finally pulse gunman omar mateen was once being considered as a potential fbi informant prior to killing forty nine people in two thousand sixteen according to an fbi special agent called as a witness today in the ongoing trial of mateen's widow nora salman machine was investigated in two thousand thirteen after telling his coworkers he was connected to alqaeda the agent said he was trying to develop matinez in fbi informant after finding he didn't have ties to terrorism nor salman's attorneys filed a motion to dismiss the obstruction of justice case because prosecutors failed to this close a gunman's father was in fact an fbi informant from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen go next look at weather right now here is traffic with mainland more stuck in traffic we've got the answer the morning commute moving just fine and are no accidents or stalls blocking lanes around the island you'll make really good time if you are making your usual morning commute driving time right now.
"nora salman" Discussed on WDRC
"A m w drc fm hd three hartford w s n g torrington w m w meriden the talk of connecticut dozens of russians are being told the pack their bags and get out i'm chris foster fox news about the poisoning of a former russian spy in england sixty russian diplomats are being told the lead the consulate in seattle's being closed down more from fox's simon owen in london and critics not just the united states news of a wave of expulsions was chaired in the british parliament when announced by prime minister theresa may together central message that we will not tolerate russia's continued to to fly international law and undermined saying a total of eighteen countries have told russian diplomats to leave a while britain causing unprecedented coordinated series of expulsions russia denies involvement in the poisoning it caused expulsions a mistake and is promising response chris simon facebook is now under federal investigation for how it handles user's privacy the federal trade commission today confirming reports of an investigation and meantime attorneys general from thirty seven states have signed a letter to facebook ceo oh mark zuckerberg demanding to know when the company knew the political data mining firm cambridge and lineker was able to get information for more than fifty million users without their permission we're just hearing something new perhaps about the orlando nightclub shooter who killed forty nine people in two thousand sixteen and his father as well here's fox's eban brown at crystal pulse nightclub gunman omar mateen killed by police that might have almost been an fbi informant the orlando sentinel reports this comes from an fbi agent testifying at the federal trial of mateen's wife nora salman charged with aiding and abetting him the revelation in court also comes hours after solomon's attorney asked for a dismissal or a mistrial after learning that omar mateen father was an fbi informant himself for longer than a decade including the time of the attack solomon's lawyers say they should have been told about this and failing to disclose it violates solomon's right to a fair trial chris evan thanks this is.
"nora salman" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Cage vh honolulu dozens of russians are being told to pack their bags and get out i'm chris foster fox news about the poisoning of a former russian spy in england sixty russian diplomats are being told to leave the consulate seattle's being closed down more from fox's simon owen in london and credit not just the united states news of a wave of expulsions was cheered in the british parliament would announced by prime minister theresa may together that we will not tolerate russia's continue to tennis to flout international law and undermine off may saying a total of eighteen countries of told russian diplomats to leave a more britain calls an unprecedented coordinated series of expulsions russia denies involvement in the poisoning it calls the expulsions of mistake and is promising response chris simon facebook is now under federal investigation for how it handles user's privacy the federal trade commission today confirming reports of an investigation and meantime attorneys general from thirty seven states have signed a letter to facebook ceo mark zuckerberg demanding to know when the company knew the political data mining firm cambridge lineker was able to get information for more than fifty million users without their permission we're just hearing something new perhaps about the orlando nightclub shooter who killed forty nine people in two thousand sixteen and his father as well here's fox edna brown at krista pulse nightclub gunman omar mateen killed by police that might have almost been an fbi informant the orlando oh sentinel reports this comes from an fbi agent testifying the federal trial of mateen's wife nora salman charged with aiding and abetting him the revelation in court also comes hours after solomon's attorney asked for a dismissal or a mistrial after learning that omar mateen father was an fbi informant himself for longer than a decade including the time of the attack solomon's lawyers say they should have been told about this and failing to disclose it violates salman's right to a fair trial chris heaven thanks this is fox news.
Court revelation: Pulse club gunman's dad was FBI informant
"It's ten o'clock news starts now dross about wall street recovers i'm michael toscano the us tossing sixty russian diplomats out of the country retaliation for russia's poisoning of an ex spy on british soil the us now joining i glow growing list of countries expelling russian intelligence officers and matthew chance reports from moscow the russians aren't happy life cooled this provocation they called it an unfriendly act not just talking about the expulsions from the united states but also the expulsions from the european union fourteen countries from the european union the russia's ambassador to the us as president trump's decision to expel the diplomats is destroying what is left of russia us ties in florida the trial for the widow of the shooter who killed forty nine people at the pulse nightclub is continuing this after her attorneys demanded the case be thrown out or a mistrial declared the reason say the defense team is that prosecutors failed to disclose the gunman's father was an fbi informant nora salman is accused of aiding and abetting omar mateen attack pornstar stormy daniels told sixty minutes he was threatened by somebody she claims must be from the trump organization to keep quiet about her alleged relationship with trump an attorney for trump lawyer michael cohen says cohen had nothing to do with that daniels lawyer michael abernathy firing back michael cohen needs to stop hiding behind pieces of paper income clean with the american public eddie says daniels has more evidence showing trump knew about the hush agreement to keep her quiet a seventy three year old michigan woman hit by a stray bullet that entered her home has died correspondent simone shocker tells us she was in the kitchen in riley township the woman lived with her husband they say she was sitting at the kitchen table when suddenly a stray bullet entered the house and struck her a neighbor is now believed to be responsible senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he'll introduce legislation removing hemp from the list of controlled substances the financial times is reporting that china has offered to buy more semiconductors from the us to help decrease the trade deficit wall street likes that the dow is up almost three hundred points now healthy gains on the s and p and the nasdaq i'm michael toscano a few years back i've founded a small company now it's a big company the main reason because we've always been innovative thinkers.
"nora salman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The polls shooter's wife nora salman set to begin presenting their case this morning in federal court in downtown orlando the move for dismissal was refused last week now saudi six five wdbo legal expert cherry which says the defense will have to attack what fbi agents said salman told them that the facts of the case contradict what was in the confession and that she merely signed the confession because she'd been there so long they wore her down and she was easily suggested she says they're expected to put on a battered woman case pointed out that the evidence does not show salman had the intent to help maintain eight or about isis it's not known if selman we'll take the sand they've all news ninety six five wdbo say fire marshall is investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a home in the heart of winter park started about two o'clock sunday on park avenue part of the nine thousand square foot structure collapsed twice the last two years we've seen houses burned down in this area pretty rare just curious why there was such a huge fire an empty house i would like to know the back story firefighters say the home was under construction no one was inside at the time of the fire into police are still searching for the man who pulled a gun on another driver on i four yesterday and opened fire they're very few details at this point but what we know is that this was an apparent case of road rage it happened at the offramp from i four east john young parkway around five yesterday according to police one driver got out of his car with a hammer that's when the shooter got out of his car with a gun and shot the victim in the leg his injuries were not lifethreatening so far there's no description of the suspect the incident causing traffic issues last night while the area was shut down.
"nora salman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The trial of noor salman in downtown orlando let's go live to wwl tv channel lines ken tyndall right outside the courthouse and kt yesterday you told us about that that fbi special agent who interviewed salman hours after the pulse shooting and he basically said that she knew that there was going to be an attack but was too nervous to do anything about it what what's going on today's or anything new on the trial today can the number of witnesses and and he was the first witness back on the stand this morning they just wrapped up a little money from him nothing significant and there were a few other witnesses including an fbi agent who collected some evidence that the omar mateen home i including two computers and omar mateen cell phone as well that he collected and then in the last hour we heard from another fbi special agent jeffrey editor who were conducted computer forensic analysis on those computers and on the cell phone the bottom line is he went through the history of this computer and there's somebody on there they presume omar mateen was under his name watched a lot of jihadi videos a lot of isis execution even an execution of a child on their so that is probably the most significant thing but when it comes down to proving the case he was watching him it doesn't show any indication that nora salman was watching anything on there of significance any kind of isis or jihadi videos and now they're into cross examination the defense is bringing that up scott and and you mentioned this yesterday and i was just kind of scratching my head i mean obviously according to this fbi special agent she knew that her husband was going to do something but but the question centered centered in this trial is did nor salman aid and abet and and if that's the government's best evidence that that's already been shown than i i don't know how this thing is going to go here kt.
Dog dies on United Airlines flight after being placed in overhead bin
"Four first there was the dragging incident and that scream heard around the country now united airlines has some explaining to do after a flight attendant forced to mom to put her children's puppy in an overhead bin killing the dog ten ten wins news man john montagne has the story from laguardia this morning john bridget that dog's death has resurrected hash tag boycott united with one woman tweeting now they're murdering animals united has apologized calling the death of co kito the french bulldog puppy a tragic accident claiming the flight attendant did not know there was a puppy in the bag and that the bag was obstructing the i'll but kolkata's owner catalina robe lido says the attendant is lying she actually touched the during the three and a half hour flight from houston some passengers said they heard coquito barking but when robe lido opened the overhead bin her dog was dead john monotone ten ten wins at laguardia wins news time five thirty five heroin od are the topic at a news conference in nassau today the county executive police commissioner and da will all be there to talk about the overdose rate in the east meadow area from two thousand nine to two thousand thirteen there were one hundred twenty eight heroin overdose deaths in nassau the fifth highest in the state opening statements begin today in the trial of the wife of the florida nightclub shooter rory o'neill reports from orlando family members are standing by nora salman well we know she's innocent and there's nothing changed on us because if we knew something was she's logged in any we won't be here the strongest evidence against the thirtyoneyearold maybe the statement she gave to the fbi hours after the shooting solomon reportedly told agents she knew about omar mateen's plans to attack the pulse nightclub solomon's lawyers will argue that statement was coerced she faces life in prison mateen who had pledged allegiance to isis slaughtered forty nine people in the nightclub two years ago when suzanne five thirty seven on the wednesday morning and up next in ten ten wins entertainment how will game of thrones and i'm having that six fifty nine feeling again what you know that mini panic attack right before the.