A report from CounterJihad revealed that weeks before the Orlando terror attack, shooter Omar Mateen transferred his interest in his Florida home to his sister and brother-in-law for a nominal fee with his wife present, leading authorities to believe that his family knew about his sick designs.
County property records indicate that Mateen “quit-claimed” his home on April 5, signing it over to sister Sabrina Abasin, and his brother-in-law Mustafa Abasin for just $10.
To make matters worse, his wife Noor Salman witnessed Omar Mateen signing over their house — a sure sign she had foreknowledge her husband planned to commit an attack and die.
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Mateen’s wife was expected to be charged as an accomplice, especially since she’s told authorities she knew her husband was scouting targets for his sick attack yet she did nothing about it.
She has claimed she tried to talk him out of it. However, let’s face facts — no wife would let her husband sign over the deed to their house for $10 if they didn’t know and approve of what her husband was doing. And she was a witness to the whole thing.
For that matter, I cannot think of any sister or brother-in-law who would allow someone to sign over a house to them without foreknowledge of someone’s death, as well. Omar Mateen was healthy and young. The only reason he would predictably die would be to bring it on himself, which is exactly what he did — waging jihad against America.
No other reasonable explanation for this is immediately apparent. His family was in on it and did nothing to stop him from going through with his despicable act. In fact, they aided him in it by abetting the dispersal of his assets after he died.
As for the Afghan-born brother-in-law, Mustafa Abasin, he was recently seen accompanying Noor Salman into the Port St. Lucie house that was now his, so that they could collect belongings. Absolutely sickening.
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