Breaking: Florida Nightclub Killer’s Father Was Working For The FBI While Stumping For Hillary

The father of the Pulse Nightclub killer was on the FBI payroll as an informant for over a decade, bombshell new court documents show.

Seddique Mateen was paid under former FBI Director James Comey, as well as former FBI Director Robert Mueller, from 2005-2016.

Now, lawyers are wondering if the FBI let the gunman slide in a 2013 investigation because of his father’s connections.

Mateen was also supporting Hillary Clinton in 2016, the tail end of his work with the FBI.

According to CBS News:

“Attorneys for the widow of Pulse nightclub gunman Omar Mateen are calling for a mistrial after they say prosecutors revealed that Mateen’s father was an FBI informant. CBS affiliate WKMG reports that prosecutors sent an email on Saturday that stated Seddique Mateen was a confidential FBI source from 2005 until 2016, according to a motion filed by the defense.

Omar Mateen’s widow, Noor Salman, is on trial in federal court on charges of aiding and abetting her husband, obstruction of justice  and lying to federal agents. If convicted, she could get life in prison.

Her husband killed 49 people and injured at least 68 others when he opened fire inside Pulse on June 12, 2016 before he was shot to death by police.

WKMG reports that the email sent by prosecutors stated that Seddique Mateen is also being investigated for money transfers to Turkey and Pakistan.

Salman’s lawyers allege the new revelation prevented them from investigating whether or not Seddique Mateen knew of his son’s plans to attack the nightclub.

According to the motion, defense lawyers allege that the decision not to give Noor Salman a polygraph was possibly “based on the FBI’s desire to implicate Noor Salman, rather than Seddique Mateen in order to avoid scrutiny of its own ineptitude with the latter.”

“Mateen’s father played a significant role in the FBI’s decision not to seek an indictment from the Justice Department for false statements to the FBI or obstruction of justice against Omar Mateen” during its 2013 investigation into his alleged threats, the motion stated.”