Man Claiming To Be Mateen, Orlando Attacker’s Lover Comes Forward

Man Claiming To Be Orlando Attacker’s Lover Comes Forward

"Miguel" agreed to be interviewed on camera using a disguise to hide his true identity. Univision
“Miguel” agreed to be interviewed on camera using a disguise to hide his true identity. Univision 

 

“He adored Latinos, gay Latinos, with brown skin – but he felt rejected. He felt used by them – there were moments in the Pulse nightclub that made him feel really bad. Guys used him. That really affected him,” Miguel said. “I believe this crazy horrible thing he did – that was revenge.”

Mateen confessed a frustration over his father’s extremely negative  views on homosexuality, which includes  beliefs that “gay people [are] the devil and gay people have to die,”

“He [Omar] was terrified that he was infected,” he said. “I asked him, ‘Did you do a test?’ Yes. He went to the pharmacy and did the test … it came out negative but it doesn’t come out right away. It takes 4, 5 months.”

“When I asked him what he was going to do now, his answer was ‘I’m going to make them pay for what they did to me.'”

‘He Didn’t Do It For Terrorism’ — Man Claiming To Be Orlando Attacker’s Lover Comes Forward

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