Terror in Orlando: Search for answers after US deadliest shooting

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Terror in Orlando Search for answers after US deadliest shooting

Authorities are portraying 29-year-old Omar Mateen as a home-grown terrorist. But, in the heart of central Florida Mateen is called the worst mass killer in U.S. history.

Terror in Orlando: Search for answers after US deadliest shooting

Terror in Orlando: Search for answers after US deadliest shooting

Authorities are portraying 29-year-old Omar Mateen as a home-grown terrorist. But, in the heart of central Florida Mateen is called the worst mass killer in U.S. history. CCTV America’s Sean Callebs reports on the latest information.

CCTV America’s Sean Callebs reports on the latest information.

Police said Mateen shot his way into the Pulse nightclub near closing time at the bar.

The FBI launched two investigations into Mateen’s background after he allegedly made terrorist threats to colleagues where he worked as a security guard.

The investigations went nowhere and he was not put on a terror-watch list. All the while he was planning his horrific attack.


Mass shooting leaves friends and family shocked and grieving

Friends and families of the shooting victims have been learning the fate of their loved ones. As authorities released the names of those killed in the massacre, relatives have been meeting with police, and talking about their loss.

CCTV America’s Steve Mort reports from Orlando.

Mass shooting leaves friends and family shocked and grieving

Mass shooting leaves friends and family shocked and grieving

Friends and families of the shooting victims have been learning the fate of their loved ones. CCTV America’s Steve Mort reports from Orlando.


World reacts to mass shooting in Orlando gay club

As the events in Florida unfolded on Sunday, much of the world watched, in horror, as the U.S. experienced the deadliest terror attack on American soil since 9/11.

Reactions from around the globe have been pouring in.

CCTV America’s Roee Ruttenberg filed this report.

World reacts to mass shooting in Orlando gay club

World reacts to mass shooting in Orlando gay club

As the events in Florida unfolded on Sunday, much of the world watched, in horror, as the U.S. experienced the deadliest terror attack on American soil since 9/11. CCTV America’s Roee Ruttenberg filed this report.


Zainab Chaudry discusses the Orlando shooting/h4>

For another perspective on the Orlando shooting and its impact, CCTV America’s Mike Walter spoke with Zainab Chaudry, Maryland outreach manager of the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR.)