The Orlando Shooting Hoax — Another Smoking Gun

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Orlando shooting hoax. The Kevlar helmet would not have been able to stop a round fired from an AR-15


This video proves that the proudly displayed Kevlar helmet from the Orlando shooting hoax that saved the officer’s life is another total bullshit fabrication.

The video shows that not only would a round from an AR-15 have gone clean through Officer Hoaxter’s helmet but also that the helmet shown in the Orlando Police’s Tweet has been hit with a sledge hammer and touched up with Bondo.


Orlando Hoax — Doctor Listed on Psych-evaluation Never Saw Him

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Orlando Hoax. You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me?


The Orlando hoax continues: The Doctor who is supposed to have cleared this guy for the security firm he worked for says she never saw him and that she was not even in Florida at the time. So, just who did clear him? The CIA?


Doctor listed on psych-evaluation carried out on Omar Mateen by G4S says she never saw him and was not living in Florida at the time it was conducted

From DailyMail.com by Valerie Edwards

A doctor who is listed on the psychological evaluation for Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, said she did not see him and she was not even living in Florida at the time when G4S security firm ordered the evaluation.

Psychologist, Dr Carol Nudelman, who now lives in Colorado, said in a statement released through her attorneys to the Miami Herald that she never evaluated Mateen nine years ago for G4S, a security firm that was known as Wackenhut at the time.

However, Nudelman’s name appears on the document in Florida’s state records, which cleared Mateen to carry a firearm as a private security guard.

‘What I do know is that in September 2007, I was not living or working in Florida, I was not performing any work for Wackenhut, and I did not administer any type of examination to Omar Mateen,’ Nudelman said in the statement.

The G4S security firm has been under fire after it was revealed that they concluded that allegations about his inflammatory comments while an armed guard in 2013 were serious enough to transfer him to an unarmed position, according to NBC News.

The company called the discrepancy a ‘clerical error’ and said that Mateen, who was a G4S employee for 9 years, had been evaluated by a different psychologist.

G4S has had a series of problems occur in the past with former employees and later it was revealed that the company hadn’t properly vetted a man, who shot and killed two coworkers while on a security detail in Iraq, according to the Herald.

And the company came under fire again after its employee, Mateen, killed 49 people and injured 53 others at Pulse gay nightclub. . . . (more)