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high supreme court for a second hearing. the supreme court of appeals convicted him of murder in the death of his girlfriend overturning an earlier conviction of manslaughter. >> oh, my god. people are getting shot, dude. >> right now at 6:00 a.m., moments of terror followed by a wave of heartbreak. live team coverage of america's worst mass shooting in history. i'm michelle roberts in orlando where investigators are combing through evidence trying to figure out exactly what happened here. we'll have an update on that investigation coming up. gunned down with so much life yet to live. these five victims were just 20 to 37 years old. i'm kris sanchez. what we know about the 49 people
killed. a very good morning to you. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. much more coverage of what's happening in orlando. first take a peek at our local weather. care kari hall joining us. >> much cooler than weather we had over the weekend. looking nice to start out this week. we'll see that continuing for a few more days. 58 now in the south bay and 53 in the north bay. highs reaching the mid 70s in the north bay while san francisco is up to 65 and 73 in the peninsula. much more comfortable today. i'll talk about what's ahead for this work week. let's head over to mike with a look at what looks like a good drive for the south bay. >> it is a couple of seconds ago things really cleared up northbound 101.
that usually clues us in to a crash south of us but there is nothing. we'll watch for that pattern as we approach the summertime traffic all around the bay. a nice drive here. a new crash reported southbound 880. highway 84. the dunbarton bridge over there. no injuries reported. we'll track the rest of the east bay. back to you. >> thank you very much. 6:02, more than 24 hours later, shock and horror still sinking in following the deadliest terror attack on u.s. soil since 9/11. 49 people were killed by a gunman. more than 50 others injured inside a night club in orlando, florida. the suspect sprayed gun shots inside that night club early sunday morning. he was later killed in a standoff. a live look where it all
unfolded. federal agents continue to come through the scene for evidence. >> they are following up on 100 plus leads right now. we have team coverage on that attack. michelle roberts live in orlando with new details we know this morning. >> just about an hour ago we got an update from orlando police and fbi. we are learning more about this shooter and learning more about what happened inside that night club. take a look at the scene behind me. about two blocks away from the pulse night club and we are being blocked off here. several blocks are offlimits. there are dozens of law enforcement agencies combing through the evidence. electronic evidence. this morning orlando police are relegaling more details about that terrifying attack that killed dozens. the s.w.a.t. team used an armored vehicle to break into the building where people were being held hostage. that decision likely saved dozens of lives to move in.
once they moved in the shooter came out and was killed. we are learning more about that shooter. 29-year-old omar mateen. his ex-wife describes him as abusive and bipolar. in 2013 he was interviewed by the fbi after making radical comments to a co-worker. the motive of the attack and possible terrorist connections is still under investigation at this point. >> resources are available. other agencies pulled their resources and brought them down. the fbi brought resources to bear from the miami field office, atlanta field office, as well as quantico, virginia, the laboratory sent down shooting reconstructionist. that's the next task at hand. >> the shooter's family told reporters yesterday they believed that the attack was fueled by hate for the lgbt community. pulse night club was a popular
spot for people to gather. it was latino night where people came to dance and gather. foe horrific for the lgbt community as well as the entire community in orlando and around the world. 43 people are still being treated at local hospitals. >> thank you very much. this morning authorities are identifying more victims as we learn more about their lives leading up to yesterday's attack. >> kris sanchez joining us in studio. it's one thing to hear about the death toll but another to see these faces and hear their stories. >> some had to wait almost 24 hours to find out whether their loved ones were among the dead or survivors of this pulse night club shooting. the gunman killed 49 people, all of whom have now been identified by police. only 26 families have been
notified. that is the next of kin. those victims' names are being made public. 53 people were injured in the shooting. some are still in the hospital. we have a link to a story on our website that has a full list of the victims. we are putting their faces and stories in there as we get them. three victims were identified overnight. he was just 20 years old, worked at a starbucks. edward sotomayor was a travel executive. that woman was kimberly morris, a bounce r. this is the mother of 30-year-old eddie justice whose son texted her 45 minutes as that gunman was inside that
night club making his way to the bathroom where he was hiding. the first text was "mommy i love you." then there was more. >> "please call police, i'm going to die. call them now. i'm in the bathroom. he's coming. i'm going to die." >> some families were relieved to find out their loved ones were shot but survived. angel cologne was shot three times. each time the gunman returned to where he was hiding, the young woman next to him did not survive. 53 people are injured. some are still if grave condition in the hospital. in a testament to the amount of support going out to victims and families, a go fund me account was set up. as of this morning, $1.3 million had been donated, contributed by more than 33,000 people.
so tragic to hear. as the nation mourns, thousands of people across the bay area are showingç their support for the victims s of orlando from vigil to memorial in san jose last night. the tragedy touching people across the region. san francisco city hall beautifully lit up, as well. >> castro neighborhood filled the streets with somber vigils to honor those killed. stephanie chuang live with more how people are honoring the victims. >> good morning. oftentimes the lgbt community comes to castro to celebrate events. unfortunately last night this place was packed with hundreds mourning the loss of those orlando victims. here at harvey milk plaza was
the vigil. harvey milk was also a victim of gun violence. yesterday people left messages and flowers and lit candles. >> a month ago, now it's insane how life works out. >> i don't know any of these people, you know? i feel like i lost family almost. i don't know how to deal with it. the fight is still on against bigotry in this country. there was increased police presence in castro yesterday. there is talk of security for the upcoming san francisco pride
parade which draws more than a million people. event organizers say no plans of canceling the event which is june 25th and 26th. powerful images of thousands coming together in san francisco. we'll have much more coverage of the orlando shooting massacre throughout our newscast. so much more comfortable as we go into the start of this week after such a hot weekend for those inland areas. we are looking at cooler temperatures today. feeling nice as you step out the door. 55 in livermore and 52 in santa rosa with highs reaching the mid to upper 70s in the south bay as well as the peninsula. 60s along the coast and 65 at at&t park. highs today in the mid 70s for
the tri-valley. i'll take a look ahead to what is expected for the rest of the week in less than ten minutes. mike is tracking two reports for highway 24. >> they are too far apart to be the same incident. it is possible whoever reported it was very wrong about location. wide shot you see nothing major. west 24, your commute direction off highway 13 heading toward college avenue, reports one vehicle stalled there in one lane. the one back here west 24, we have no lanes blocked. that could be a distraction. here is the rest of your bay. a light commute so far. back to you. we are heading back to orlando when we continue our coverage. the nation mourning the victims, the 49 victims and their families. the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history.
race, creed, sexuality and gender is equal, it's embraced and is loved. hate will never win. >> a pretty tremendous show of respect at the tony awards last night in new york city. beginning with this touching tribute to the victims of the orlando shooting. the show did go on. broadway smash hit "hamilton" taking home the top prize of best musical. the show won 11 tonys, just short of breaking the 12 tony record held by "the producers." >> tonight in orlando, people will also remember a voice cut short. mourners plan to gather in the hometown of christina grimmie. she was shot and killed late friday in florida. >> in orlando. she was one time a performer on "the voice" and sang backup for selena gomez. a deranged fan shot and killed her shortly after she performed
in orlando. people in her hometown in new jersey plan to hold a vigil tonight to remember her. another oakland police officer is now on administrative leave amid an ongoing sex scandal within the department. bob redell joins us live with what we know so far. this is now the fifth officer put on leave. >> correct. good morning. this is the fifth oakland police officer who has been put on administrative leave in connection with this tape involving alleged sexual misconduct involving an underaged woman who was a teenager at the time, now an adult. opd did not release any more details. two of the five officers already resigned. yesterday's anousment comes after friday's announcement that sean whent is stepping down as top cop. libbey schaaf insists he left
for personal reasons. his departure comes after a federal judge appointed an independent monitor to oversee this investigation into the sexual misconduct. mayor schaaf appointed ben farrow on loan from b.a.r.t. where he was deputy chief the past five years and with opd for 20 years. bob redell, today in the bay. breaking business news in the tech world and a curve ball. microsoft will buy linkedin. >> it's a $26 billion big. it was unexpected enough bee were very careful to double check. we've got several people on the phone early this morning. microsoft is going to buy linkedin. it will buy $26 million for the mountain view company. linkedin had a number of problems with growth and security but is a well thought of company. the people i talked to say jeff
weiner will remain ceo. the company will retain its independence as well. linkedin handles the business side of social networking. walgreens ending its relationship with theranos, something most business analysts say should have happened months ago. elizabeth holmes and her blood testing firm are toxic. the theranos the billion dollar company that promised to test for dozens of health problems in a single drop of blood. federal investigators say it doesn't work. they may bar holmes from her own lab. we don't know about theranos' financials. nobody seems to know about the company. it didn't stop them from investing in it. we suspect walgreens provides the only income theranos has or had. >> the markets will probably turn lower today. fed meets tomorrow. we don't expect an interest rate hike. fears over britain leaving the
eu tops investors' worries this morning. and china's company will buy land near levi stadium. the latest purchase of undeveloped land is owned boo-yby yahoo. they will make electric cars. i thought that's fairly chinese to have all these desperate. >> netflix of china. >> that had to be a pretty penny for that price of real estate. >> i'm something yahoo was happy to get. good news for a little fox. very lucky this weekend as the police officer rescued him from a storm drain. it was on hayden avenue. a little after 8:30 a.m. sunday
morning, someone said a baby fox was trapped in a drain. the officer conducted a rescue and made a new friend. he stayed at the police station until wildlife picked him up. we have been trying to outfox the weather here. is it going to be intense summer heat or a spring delight? >> i'm trying to deep you on your toes. it changes every day. we have such intense heat over the weekend. this today as we go into this afternoon won't be as bad. start out with clouds now looking over the golden gate bridge. we've seen the clouds in some parts of the bay area. ingle side you see those low clouds there. elsewhere we do have sunshine in the south bay. as well as east bay. let's drop in on the south bay to get a closer look at what it feels like as you head out the
door for work. santa clara 57. we'll break it down for san francisco with upper 50s to start out the day. a lot of clouds till about 11:00. you'll start to see the sun coming out. by noon we should be all clear. low 60s throughout the day. a nice breeze to make it feel comfortable and bringing those temperatures down from over the weekend. if you are going to the warriors game this evening at 6:00, very nice. 66, winds from the northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. next door we've got the a's game going on. it will be 65 to low 60s. we also have the giants game across the bay that will start out with temperatures in the low 60s and a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures dropping back to the upper 50s by the end of the game. will be slightly cooler today and next couple of days. middle to end of the week, a slight chance of north bay showers. something we'll keep an eye on over the next couple of days. let's head over to mike.
>> we have no real slowing in this shot. bottom of your screen, just a little bit of slowing. an easy drive. southbound 880 we have a build out of hayward as typical. this trash for the southbound nimitz doesn't look like it's causing slowing. lanes are clear there. another one back. san mateo bridge westbound, a nice easy drive but just seeing a little build.
yet another innovation only at a sleep number store. the nhl, san jose sharks and pittsburgh penguins ask that you please stand and join in a moment of silent reflection of this tragedy. >> the tragedy in orlando even touching the sports world as fans pause for a moment of silence before last night's stanley cup final game in san jose. honoring the victims if a somber moment. sharks went on to play and
eventually lose to the pittsburgh penguins in the stanley cup finals 3-1 to cap an amazing season. the team's first trip to the stanley cup finals. 6:26. nbc bay area responds to several people whose purchase of a car went nowhere. >> they started out on craigslist. consumer investigator chris has a warning for everyone. >> a couple of people thought they were getting a great deal on a used car online but lose their money. taylor in san francisco alerted us to one possible scam, selling a vehicle cheap because they are being deployed. they want money up front and wired to them. dallas told us his family fell for a scam. his son sent $3,000 to a person who posted a ford bronco for sale on craigslist. they never got the car but someone got their $3,000. craigslist warns consumers with a page dedicated to scams and
fraud. dell locally face-to-face, follow this one rule and avoid 99% of scam attempts. never wire funds. craigslist says anyone who asks you to wire funds is a scammer. it says do not rent or purchase sight unseen. all of that because online thieves are rarely traceable. if you have a complaint, call us. 888-996-tips. tomorrow, helping a viewer whose brand-new car started to change color. have a great day. next we continue our coverage as fbi agents follow leads in the criminal investigation after a mass shooting at an orlando night club. i'm michelle roberts on scene in florida. hear the latest from officials on that investigation.
hospital at this hour. live at the scene with details on the investigation into a historically deadly mass shooting. thank you for joining us, i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. we'll have more on that coming up. of course we want to look at our morning commute and forecast. >> it looks nice after a hot weekend. we'll be in the low 50s as you step out the door in the north bay. 56 in the peninsula. highs today reaching mid 70s. coming down from the 80s we had from the past couple of days. 55 the high today in san francisco. let's head over to mike checking out the build across the san mateo bridge. >> we expect that. westbound across the span. here is the san mateo bridge. there is the arrow showing you 92. 84 the dunbarton bridge farther from the south. easy drive and the crash cleared. north we are looking at folks driving from the bay bridge.
building through berkeley and berkeley curve. we are going to give a live look out toward palo alto. peninsula, easy drive. >> oh, my god. >> gun fire and 300 peoples' lives flashed before their eyes as gunman opened fire inside a night club in orlando. 49 people died. a live look outside pulse night club this morning as investigators are looking at a trail of physical and digital evidence. >> team coverage on this deadly massacre. we begin with michelle roberts live at the scene in orlando with what we know so far. authorities trying to understand how and why this happened.
>> just a few minutes ago i caught up with florida's attorney general pam bondi. her main message to the people of florida and everywhere is to continue living your life. if you let fear dictate what you do and who you are, then you let the terrorists win. we are on scene here about two blocks away from the night club. it's still blocked off. it is a crime scene at this time, a big day for investigators. they do say their main focus today is notifying the victims' families. they are working to collect electronic and physical evidence from the scene. we are learning more about that horrific attack. police say that they were in contact with the shooter who said he was wearing a bomb. that's when officers drove an armored vehicle into the building of that night club. the gunman omar mateen, 29 years old, exchanged fire with police at that point and was killed. the decision to move into the night club saved dozens of lives. people being held hostage inside
the bathroom of that night club. today the motive of the attack is still under investigation, and they are looking into possible ties the shooter had to terrorists overseas. >> we've been collecting a great amount of electronic and physical evidence. there is an ongoing criminal investigation. it is still in the early stages. we do not know whether anyone else is involved in connection to this crime. we have no reason to believe that anyone connected to this crime is placing the public at imminent danger at this time. >> officials reiterating they do not believe that the public is in danger. of course, many people are waking up in fear and mourning the loss of those killed. the shooter's family believes he was fuelled by hate for the lgbt
community. loses of people are still in the hospital being treated. and fighting for their lives at this point. there are vigils set up throughout orlando. looking around the area, there are small memorials gathered of flowers and notes of those lost. imagine when this road is opened up, there will be an outpouring of support for the pulse night club and lgbt community. michelle roberts. back to you. >> thank you. as we try to understand the full complexity of this attack, moments ago nbc news' correspondent kerry sanders sat down with the killer's father. >> now when you know he targeted a club in orlando, 50 people killed, more than 100 people shot, what do you make of this? what triggered your son? >> i don't approve this in the
united states. everyone has the freedom and choice to how he wants to live his right. nobody has the right to do anything or impose anything. i don't approve of what he did i wish he was alive, i want to know. he was the type of person that he got attention from the family, education, good life, had a good job, so i'm as shocked as you are. >> there is so much more to this interview with the shooter's father. watch kerry sanders' report coming up at 7:00 on the "today" show. these past 24 hours have been gut wrenching for many family members. this morning authorities identified more victims killed in the terror attack. >> kris sanchez is tracking their stories for us and brings us more now. >> good morning. believe it or not, some families are still waiting for official
word that their loved one is not coming home but already suspect the worse. the gunman killed 49 people, all of whom have been identified by police. only 26 families have gotten that official notice. those names are public. 53 people were injured in the shooting. most of them still in the hospital. nbcbayarea.com we are posting the victims' photos and a little about their lives as quickly as we can, responsibly and respectively. edward sotomayor worked for a travel company. luis vielma worked at harry potter. kimberly morris worked as a bouncer. and a pharmacy tech whose mother
was waiting at home. this is the mother of 30-year-old eddie justice whose son was texting her for 45 minutes as the gunman made his way to the bathroom where he was hiding. the first text was, "mommy, i love you. this was among the last. "please call police. i'm gonna die. call them now. i'm in the bathroom. he's coming. i'm going to die." >> some families were relieved to find out their loved ones were going to survive. this was angel cologne who was shot three times each time the gunman returned to where he was hiding. the young woman next to him did not survive. there was one go fund me account set up by the victims' family. this is just one it's at $1.4 million raised in just 17 hours.
contributed by 30,000 people around the world. some increments are just $5. show support around the world that we are all together despite the violence. >> a little money from a lot of people goes a long way. thank you very much. more coverage on the orlando shooting massacre throughout the newscast. the forecast is looking good. we'll have more comfortable weather as we go through this week after a warm weekend. as you step out the door now, it's 54 in napa. 56 in palo alto. with highs reaching the mid 70s for the south bay as well as the peninsula, along the coast and 60s and 70s elsewhere. we'll look at the week ahead in a few minutes. >> easy drive. and a refreshing view.
you see the low cloud coverage starting to clear here. no need for clearing. having more congestion on the roads. no major issues. the south bay does show the build northbound 101. 85 at the bottom of your screen. the bay bridge, continues to build. coming up, our coverage on the orlando terror attack continues. reaction from the mass shooting came from capitol hill, city halls across the nation. edward lawrence in washington. the reaction coming up.
flags at the white house &l be lowered to half staff until thursday. this is reaction to the largest mass shooting in u.s. history. reaction still coming in this morning. president obama was briefed by his fbi director, director of homeland security and deputy attorney general. waking up this morning, flags on all federal buildings will be at half staff to honor the victims
of the orlando mass shooting. the president was briefed immediately. >> it is a place of solidarity and empowerment. >> senator bernie sanders summed up how congressional leaders responded. >> condolences go out to the families, the 50 plus people who lost their lives. >> hillary clinton tweeted her thoughts are with those affected by this horrific act. donald trump tweeted he is praying for the victims and families and took credit for his radical islam claim calling for toughness and vigilance. vigils were held in austin, texas, indianapolis, and countries like brazil where the victims of omar mateen's parents. >> to share in the grief in what
happened in orlando, that sense of community is special. >> that was edward lawrence reporting there. we'll follow the latest from d.c. as president obama briefs us on what's happening with respect to orlando. linkedin selling to microsoft. >> $26 billion deal. it's enormous. i was looking over my notes. shares of microsoft are down 20%. current linkedin ceo jeff weiner will remain ceo. apple's worldwide developer's conference starts today in san francisco.
135,000 people attended but apple makes a big announcement at this conference. tim cook's keynote starts at 10:00 a.m. we'll see apple upgrading its siri voice making it available on more devices and smarter to compete with amazon echo. that is a runaway hit for the company. she seems more intelligent understanding commands better and faster. the real competitor maybe google announced it will get into this business. anybody can willed a speaker. you look at apple and amazon and google, we know which company has the most data. >> have google named their girl yet? >> they haven't. i suspect it will be "hey google" which is not that
interesting. >> siri has the sexiness to the name. you are saying 5, 6 years old she is outdated. >> i like when i say good morning to siri at 2:00 a.m., she says, good morning. a little sarcastic. prince will be inducted into the apollo theater's walk of fame. officials announced the late singer will be honored during the 11th annual spring gala. a check of weather and traffic. people wondering will this searing heat from the weekend continue? >> no. we start out with clouds across parts of the bay area. also we see clouds and other parts of the city and the bay area. here is a live look at the
castro. cloudy there to start. also in the north bay, it's 59 in the peninsula. we'll break it downor livermore. start out in the 50s and quickly warms up. 11:00 up to 69. lunch time, beautiful 72. we stay in the 70s today. coming down from the 80s we had yesterday. heading out to the warriors game tonight, it will be 66 at 6:00. wind from the northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. we've got the a's game going on. 65, clouds increasing throughout the game. 62 by the end of the game. in san francisco, also right across the bay at the same time. will be 62 at first pitch. dropping back to 58 by the end of the game with mostly cloudy
skies. we'll start out with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine with this area of low pressure approaching from the west. by thursday we'll have a slight chance of showers. mostly 60s and 70s. for the weekend, highs in the low 90s for the south bay as well as the north bay. san francisco this the lower 70s. another quick look at the forecast coming up. looks like it's stacking up in the south bay. >> this is our san jose camera. 101 north of 680 shows that slowdown now. no incidents reported in the immediate vicinity. let's look at the entire bay.
farther ft. we have the issues. slowing but no incidents here. behind the shield is a crash reported 101 at 237. don't see real additional slowing. build off 237. 680 toward fremont. easy light build there traffic across the san mateo bridge and over toward the dunbarton bridge. freeway slows down to the berkeley curve. slowing out of the maze. clouds looking nice. silhouetting the east shore freeway which moves well. back to you. a live look at oracle arena
which looks something like home court and home crowd. warriors get their first crack at elimination game. if they win tonight, a second straight nba championship. the doves on friday took a commanding 3-1 lead over the cleveland cavs. cost them one of their best players. >> draymon green won't be playing tonight after a post play foul. live to orlando. the bay area responds to the terror in orlando. go to nbc bay area dot com to see video of the tributes and vigils at the bay area is responding to kerror in orlando. go to nbcbayarea.com to see video of the tributes and vigils last night at san francisco and go to our facebook page to read
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night club. >> michelle roberts live at the scene with what we've learn so far this morning. there was a press conference to give us the latest on this investigation. what they did say was their main focus today is to focus on the victims' families. make sure they are notified. it is a time to come together even though they have a big job to do, they realize it's a time to mourn and heal. this morning police are talking about a critical moment they say saved dozens of lives. the s.w.a.t. team used an armored vehicle to back into the building where people were being held hostage. officials say their decision likely saved people because it created a hole in the wall where officers were able to make contact and take down the
shooter. omar mateen, his ex-wife describes him as abusive and bipolar. he was interviewed by the fbi after making radical comments to a co-worker and there are possible terrorist ties overseas. >> resources are available. the fbi brought resources to bear from the miami field office. the atlanta field office, jacksonville field office and quantico, virginia, the laboratory sent down shooting reconstructionist. that it's next task at hand. >> officers do not believe there is a danger to the public. if you are stopped by fear, you are letting the terrorists win. we know dozens of people are in the hospital fighting for their lives.
there are vigils plans today. more at 11:00. michelle roberts, nbc bay area news. >> michelle, thank you. families grieving. this morning, 33 of the victims have been identified. many family members waiting for word on their own loved ones. there were dozens of visibly distraught people gathered at an orlando hotel not far from the hospital. they set up a family assistance center to give updates. many people are finding out whether their loved ones are alive or dead. >> trying all morning so i can't find him. police keep him in your prayers and hopefully this man is stopped. >> other family members getting the news that their loved one is alive and recovering in the hospital.
mourners gathered yesterday to honor victims. more are planned for today. you see san francisco city hall lit up. thousands filled harvey milk plaza in the castro district. we'll have more coverage on the orlando shooting throughout the day. head to nbcbayarea.com or download our app. >>. >> get ready for your day. >> it is looking much nicer than the weather we had over the weekend. feeling more comfortable. it's 57 in san francisco. east bay at 59. a look at the highs today. this is better than those 80s. 65 in san francisco and 75 in the north bay. 78 today in the south bay. it already starts out clear there. >> we are spoiled if we are complaining about 80. >> it was hot. >> there's been clear traffic.
but it's not summer-like yet. >> it's in that summer pattern. we haven't hit summer vacation yet. there are a couple more days. looking at your map. hasn't been a dramatic slowdown. there is a crash and slowing westbound 237 over to that 101 merge. then typical slowing. we have giants playing at 7:15 in san francisco. in oakland we have a's playing at 7:05. warriors at 6:00. this is a big crowd expected on either side of the bay. that's what's happening today in the bay. we'll be back at 7:25 with a live local news update. >> it's been a heavy morning for all of us. the "today" show will pick up coverage on that tragic shooting in orlando.
> buenos días, terror en good morning. orlando. terror in orlando. un nuevo video grabado afuera new video taken outside the pulse nightclub during the worst del club nocturno pulse durante el tiroteo masivo más grave en mass shooting in u.s. history. la historia de estados unidos. >> oh, my god. people are getting shot, dude. al menos 50 personas muertas. >> at least 49 murdered, 53 53 resultaron heridos por un others wounded by a 29-year-old gunman before he was killed by police. this morning a chilling profile atacante de 29 años antes de e atacante de 29 años antes de que of omar mateen is emerging from his ex-wife. >> get mad out of nowhere. >> and from his father. >> i hope so because what my son did is 0 horrible thing. >> as another unspeakable act of violence leaves a city shattered and entire country in mourning