ORLANDO, Fla. - Today is the last day that Facebook has to turn over Omar Mateen’s five Facebook accounts.
The Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs wants to see all of Mateen’s Facebook messages, photos, timeline, and posts leading up to the June 12 terror attack.
Senator Ron Johnson, the chairman of the committee, wrote a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, asking for the material.
Meanwhile we’re learning much more about the timeline of the three hour standoff between police and Mateen.
The Orlando Police Department released the 911 dispatch log transcripts which paint a chilling portrait of what was happening inside the club.
The logs describe multiple people inside the club calling 911 to report that they’d been shot, dispatchers hearing shots fired, screaming, and descriptions of the shooter.
The final message on the dispatch log was recorded at 5:17 a.m.
It said, “Bad guy down.”
No word yet on whether Facebook will comply with the senator's request.
You can read the call logs here (warning: content may be disturbing):
Other records related to the Pulse attack: