Orlando Shooter Says The UNEXPECTED About Black People To Survivor

Posted On : June 16, 2016

One of the Orlando mass murder survivors, 20 year old Patience Carter, revealed something very shocking that the shooter, Omar Mateen, said to them about Black people during the tragic incident, which gives some insight into his twisted mindset at that time…


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The guilt of feeling grateful to be alive is heavy. Wanting to smile about surviving but not sure if the people around you are ready, as the world mourns the victims killed and viciously slain,I feel guilty about screaming about my legs and pain...Because I could feel nothing Like the other 49, who weren't so lucky to feel this pain of mine. I never thought in a million years that this could happen. I never thought in a million years that my eyes could witness something so tragic. Looking at the souls leaving the bodies of individuals. Looking at the killer's machine gun throughout my right peripheral. Looking at the blood and debris covered on everyone's faces. Looking at the gunman's feet under the stall as he paces. The guilt of feeling lucky to be alive is heavy, it's like the weight of the oceans walls crushing uncontrolled by levies. It's like being drug through the grass with a shattered leg and thrown in the back of a Chevy. Being rushed to the hospital and told you're going to make it, when you laid beside individuals whose lives were brutally taken.
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The days of the old school are long gone- we used to be able to party without guns, without terrorism, and just dance to the music, but now we live in great fear for our children because of this. May the Orlando mass murder victims rest peacefully and may their families and loved ones be comforted in their time of grief.


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