ORLANDO, Fla. - The City of Orlando has released new records in the Pulse shooting.
The records have been posted to the City of Orlando's website.
The web page reads,
The City of Orlando is working to respond to the hundreds of Public Records Act requests which were made following the Pulse tragedy. The City values transparency, but must ensure that the release of records complies with the many Florida law exemptions designed to protect the privacy of the victims and the integrity of the investigation.
Last week the City asked a judge to help them sort through the legal issues related to the many public records requests from the public and media organizations.
There will be a hearing today in Orange County Court at 3:00 p.m. to discuss the City's case.
The records released Tuesday include text messages to and from Orlando Police Chief John Mina, Orlando Fire Chief Roderick Williams, and Fire Marshal Tammy Hughes.
Dispatch records for the police and fire departments are also available on the site.
The records help create a clearer timeline of the emergency response to the attacks on June 12.'
View the records here: