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Orlando Gunman Told Surviving Teen; I Won’t Shoot Blacks, They’ve Suffered Enough!

This brave young lady took to the microphone to tell about her horrific experience with the Orlando shooter gun down 50 Americans and injured 50 more.

Patience Carter, a 20-year-old victim, spoke about how the gunman sought out Black Americans to let them know he was not going to kill them because of things they had to go through, living here in the United States. He wanted to kill white people as a sign for the bombings of his country to stop.

But as you can see, a murderer will never keep his word. Here are the 50 dead from the nighclub.

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From Daily Mail:

One of the survivors of the nightclub shooting says she went from having the time of her life with her friends to the worst night of her life in a matter of minutes.

Twenty-year-old Patience Carter was partying with her friends Akyra Murray, 18, and Tiara Parker, at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida Saturday night when gunman Omar Mateen opened fire and killed 49 revelers in the gay club – including Murray, the youngest victim.

During a press conference on Tuesday at Florida Hospital Orlando, Carter recalled her memories of the shooting, read a poem about her survivor’s guilt and revealed previously unreported details about how the gunman – including the fact that he promised not to shoot any black people because they had ‘suffered enough.’

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