Ex-Wife Tells Brazilian TV Shooter Had "Gay Tendencies" - "FBI Asked Her Not to Tell American Media"

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jun. 14, 2016

The theories of what motivated the Orlando massacre continue to shift.

In this latest story from the shooter's ex-wife, she says he had "gay tendencies" and she witnessed his father accuse him of being gay. One facet not covered in these reports is the practice of "bacha bazi" -- the raping of little boys by Afghan men -- is a common part of Afghan culture which Muslims don't seem to think makes you gay.

From the NY Post:
The ex-wife of Orlando mass killer Omar Mateen claimed Monday that she believed he was homosexual -- as it was revealed that he frequented the gay nightclub where he staged the nation's worst massacre in modern times.

Sitora Yusufiy, who was married to Mateen in 2009 for three months, made the shocking claim on Brazilian television station SBT Brazil.

Her fiancé, Marco Dias, speaking in Portuguese on her behalf, said Yusufiy believed that Mateen had "gay tendencies" and that his father had called him gay in front of her. Dias also claimed "the FBI asked her not to tell this to the American media."

The bombshell came as a male former classmate of Omar Mateen said he had been asked out romantically by the mass killer, who reportedly was a virtual regular at the Pulse nightclub, having visited it more than a dozen times over the years.

The former classmate said he would hang out with Mateen, hitting gay bars after attending class at Indian River Community College police academy in 2006 -- and one time Mateen asked him out "romantically," according to the Palm Beach Post.

"We went to a few gay bars with him, and I was not out at the time, so I declined his offer," the former classmate told the paper.
Two other club-goers said the claim his father made he snapped because he saw two men kissing is BS.
“That’s bullcrap, right there. No offense. That’s straight-up crap. He’s been around us,” [Ty] Smith said. “Some of those people did a little more than (kiss) outside the bar … He was partying with the people who supposedly drove him to do this?”
If it's true the FBI told his wife not to mention his "gay tendencies," it demands an explanation.

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