The wife of the Pulse shooter was in federal court Thursday as attorneys and the judge sort out what can and can’t be presented to the jury at her upcoming trial. Noor Salman’s defense attorneys are trying to convince the judge to allow a friend of the Pulse shooter named “Nemo” to testify. Her attorneys say Salman believed her husband was going to visit him the night before the attack and didn’t know that he was instead preparing for the attack.
An elementary school in Port Orange was vandalized over the weekend, according to police. Officers were called to Horizon Elementary School on Hidden Lake Drive on Tuesday. School administrators said a school employee first discovered the vandalism Tuesday morning just before teachers and students returned from the three-day holiday weekend. Horizon Elementary’s principal sent out a message to all parents saying that 18 of the school’s classrooms were damaged.
These two fools are nuts. That’s why I love ’em. Sam Smith and Zach Bowman are just the type of guys to ride a Ural sidecar from Seattle to Los Angeles in February, nonstop, through an Oregon coast rain-/snowstorm. This was the moment they started to remember why they thought it would be fun. Read more: The Unnecessary Express
VIDEO: While leaving federal courthouse Noor Salman's attorney Linda Moreno said it's "very difficult" for the #Pulse shooter's wife being locked up for "something she didn't do." Salman is accused of obstructing justice and helping her husband carry out Pulse attack. @MyNews13https://t.co/hMr05qQuhI
Beginning on @MyNews13 at 5, find out what a judge WILL allow jury to hear at #Pulse shooter's wife's trial in federal court. Noor Salman's attys have spent much of the week trying to control what testimony is allowed. #Salman is accused of helping her husband with Pulse attack. https://t.co/GLld3XF0zI
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