Defendant allegedly threatened bombings and mass shooting that would make the 2016 Orlando Pulse Nightclub Attack “Look Like a Cakewalk”
Arson investigators and detectives from the Orlando Police Department did not indicate that the act was a hate crime
Suspect was caught on surveillance video this past October seen setting fire to parts of the memorial to the victims of the massacre
The survivors and estates of the victims argued that Twitter, Facebook and Google were liable under the Anti-Terrorism Act
"I echo our mayor to say to the survivors and family members of Pulse: it’s okay to not be okay. This was a tragedy."
"The tragedy at Pulse rocked our community and served as a reminder of the work we have to do to uproot hate and bigotry."
America is lurching into a new era. Though Donald Trump desperately clings to the racist confederate heritage he reveres, the pulse of a newly awakened generation,...