“They shooting.” Worried and confused, Mina tried calling her son, but there was no answer, she told the Associated Press. Before the mass shooting made international headlines, however, news of the incident spread on social media and in panicked texts from people trapped inside the club. For 44 minutes, she sat in the dark, staring at her phone, watching the attack unfold in increasingly terrified texts from her son. The moving messages, first reported by the Associated Press’s Tamara Lush, are one man’s window into a tragedy that has gripped the nation and rekindled debates over immigration, Islam, gay rights and gun control.Among those arrested was Saleem, 22, who faces felony charges for traveling to seduce or solicit a child to commit a sex act.
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Lake County Sheriff Gary Borders and Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd spelled out details of the two-week sting, which started on May 18, at a Tavares news conference surrounded by large boards filled with suspects' mug shots.
Seventy-nine people were busted in the prostitution operation and 22 in the child-sex sting, officials said."Central Florida is now a safer place today because of the efforts of our deputies," Borders said.
As she talked to the emergency dispatcher, she texted Eddie. For three hours, the gunman was on the phone with police, and no shots were fired. “Please say a prayer for my lil cousin, God bring him home safe and sound,” Jeffery Robinson wrote on Facebook. Eddie Jamoldroy Justice’s name was added to the list of the dead.
“U still in there,” she wrote, according to the AP. They need to come get us.” Unknown to mother and son, though, police were outside the club but delaying their assault because of the hostage situation, a senior U. So when Mina texted her son at a.m., asking him to let her know when he saw the police, he answered with panic. “He’s in the bathroom with us.” “Is the man in the bathroom wit u? “This is a tragedy for all families involved and it’s time to come together and take a stand regardless of what color, race, sex, or sexual preference.” “Fear is a powerful thing,” wrote Nerelsha Justice-Macklin, Eddie’s sister, as she raced to Orlando. Mina could not be reached for comment Sunday night.
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