Orlando Shooter Wasn’t on U.S. No-Fly List, Despite FBI ProbesBy
Two U.S. investigations before attack didn’t turn up evidence
FBI compiles suspected domestic terrorists in U.S. watch lists
Once the FBI concluded there wasn’t enough evidence to link Omar Mateen to terrorism, that meant the man who later swore allegiance to the Islamic State during a murder spree on Sunday wouldn’t be prohibited from airline flights.
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