Here's The Transcript Of The 911 Call During The Orlando Shooting
The FBI released a partial transcript of the Orlando nightclub shooter's 911 call, although some parts have been redacted.
"I let you know, I'm in Orlando, and I did the shootings."
That's what the Orlando shooter told a 911 operator the night of the Pulse nightclub attack.
The FBI released a partial transcript of the call. It lasted less than a minute.
While some parts were initially redacted by the FBI, the Justice Department released a more complete version after some backlash.
FBI Director James Comey already said the shooter pledged allegiance to ISIS' leader during the phone calls.
"During the calls, he said he was doing this for the leader of ISIL, who he named and pledged loyalty to," Comey said.
This doesn't mean the shooter was being directed by ISIS.
It just means he may have been radicalized by ISIS propaganda.
This video includes images from Getty Images and the FBI and video from C-SPAN and the Orlando Police Department. Music provided courtesy of APM Music.
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