Pulse nightclub shooter’s employer fined for fake psychological evaluations
Three months after Omar Mateen carried out one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern US history, killing 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, his employer has been fined $151,400 for filing inaccurate forms with Florida officials.
Following last June’s massacre, investigators tracked down the psychologist whose name appeared on a document affirming that Mr. Mateen had passed an evaluation authorizing him to carry a gun. But the doctor said she’d never met Mateen.
The psychologist had retired, sold her practice, and moved out-of-state nearly two years before Mateen began working for the firm, G4S Secure Solutions, in 2007. – READ MORE