She knew about his plans to commit jihad mass murder and did not alert authorities. He called her during the attack and, while he was in the act of murdering Infidels, told him she loved him. She should have been arrested immediately. Now she has fled. Her Taliban-supporting father-in-law almost certainly knows where she is, and should be investigated, if not arrested as well.
“The Orlando shooter reportedly gave his wife access to his bank account before the attack, and now she’s missing,” by Natasha Bertrand, Business Insider, June 17, 2016:
The gunman who killed 49 people at a gay Orlando nightclub early on Sunday morning apparently prepared for his own death before the shooting.
Omar Mateen, 29, added his wife, 30-year-old Noor Salman, to his life-insurance policy and gave her access to his bank accounts, CNN reported on Friday, citing unidentified law-enforcement sources.
Now, Salman has vanished, according to the Sun Sentinel.
She’s “no longer here,” Omar Mateen’s father, Seddique, told reporters outside of his Fort Pierce, Florida, home on Wednesday.
Salman was reportedly living with Mateen’s father in Fort Pierce when her husband attacked the nightclub. Public records list her most recent address — presumably where she lived with Mateen after they married in 2013 — as a 15-minute drive from his father’s home in Fort Pierce.
But Seddique told reporters that Salman was no longer in the area, either.
There are no court records indicating that she and Mateen are divorced or legally separated, according to the New York Daily News. They have a 3-year-old son.
At one point, Salman was cooperating with the FBI. She told the agency that she was aware of her husband’s intentions to attack the club and tried to talk him out of it.
Sources told CNN on Friday that the two were texting during the attack, and that Salman tried to call him several times after news of the shooting broke, but he did not answer.
In the texts, Mateen asked his wife if she had “seen the news.” Salman then told Mateen that she loved him, CNN reported. Salman deleted all of her social-media accounts shortly after the shooting occurred and has not given interviews to the press.
A grand jury is currently weighing whether or not to charge Salman with a crime for withholding information from police about her husband’s plans….