Orlando shooter may have actually donated blood to his own victims: Report

FILE -- This undated file image shows Omar Mateen, who authorities say killed dozens of people inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday, June 12, 2016. U.S. authorities say Omar Mateen, the man who carried out the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, had touted support not just for the Islamic State but also other radical factions that are enemies of the Sunni militant group. He not only professed allegiance to IS but also expressed solidarity with a suicide bomber from the Syrian branch of al-Qaida, which is known as the Nusra Front and which is Islamic State’s top rival. (MySpace via AP, File)
FILE — This undated file image shows Omar Mateen, who authorities say killed dozens of people inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday, June 12, 2016. U.S. authorities say Omar Mateen, the man who carried out the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, had touted support not just for the Islamic State but also other radical factions that are enemies of the Sunni militant group. He not only professed allegiance to IS but also expressed solidarity with a suicide bomber from the Syrian branch of al-Qaida, which is known as the Nusra Front and which is Islamic State’s top rival. (MySpace via AP, File)

There are some new reports out that may strike some as odd. According to newly published reports out today, Omar Marteen, may have actually did something nobody expected before he committed mass murder. Reports indicate through various sources and those familiar with Marteen, that, he had actually spent some time donating blood to the very same people that he had killed.

It was confirmed that Marteen had given blood exactly two weeks to the day of his mass murder rampage at Club Pulse. One Blood, a mobile blood donation center, confirmed the news.

OneBlood has learned that Omar Mateen donated blood at a mobile blood drive in Ft. Pierce, Florida, on May 29,” says a statement. “All facets of the donation were in our normal parameters for blood donation, including screening questions and post-donation blood testing.”

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