Orlando Shooter Says The UNEXPECTED About Black People To Survivor
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…
PATIENCE CARTER 'I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO DROWN IN BLOODY WATER'
Eventually, Carter said police rammed a hole through the wall and that's when Mateen executed three more people in the bathroom stall, including the man who was shielding Carter's body. The pipes then burst and Carter said she thought she was going to drown 'in the bloody water' that was flooding the bathroom. Carter feels extreme guilt because she feels that if only she would have told Murray to stay outside while she went in to find their friend, Parker, Murray would still be alive. As Carter and Parker recover in the hospital, Carter copes with her pain through writing poetry about her murdered friend. See the poem she wrote titled, "The Guilt Of Being Alive Is Heavy">>>
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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