The memory of the victims of the tragedy in the gay club Orlando will be immortalized

The Pulse gay club, which killed 49 people in June, has announced that work has begun to erect a memorial. In addition, the nightclub will reportedly reopen to visitors soon. On Monday, as reported on the Pulse Club Facebook page, ...

A photo of Prince William will appear in a famous gay magazine.

Prince William said that will appear in the next issue of the leading British gay magazine Attitude. He made this statement at the US Embassy, ​​where the prince and his wife Kate expressed condolences to the families of the victims of the Orlando massacre. "I told him [the Prince], what I do, ...

Omar Matin often visited the gay club Pulse.

Afghan-American Omar Matin, who shot 49 people at the Pulse gay club in Orlando, was a regular at the establishment. According to at least four witnesses, they repeatedly saw Matin drinking at the club. According to them, sometimes he went over with alcohol so much ...

"He's coming. I'll die now". Correspondence of the deceased in a gay club with his mother

On the night of June 12, 29-year-old Omar Matin shot visitors to the Pulse gay club in Orlando, Florida. As a result, 50 people were killed and more than 50 were injured. One of the guys who visited the club that night was able to hide from the terrorist in the toilet and drive ...

What is known about the American slaughter in a nightclub Orlando

Omar Matin, 29, armed with a semi-automatic rifle and a pistol, walked into the Pulse gay bar in Orlando on the night of June 12 and opened fire on visitors. As a result, 49 people died and more than 50 were injured. Several possible motives for the crime are discussed in the media: Matin's homophobia, his connection with radical Islamists, or mental disorder. Lobster…

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