As many outlets have reported, Omar Mateen has been in two films: “The Big Fix,” where’s he’s (supposedly) a security guard at a BP oil spill site who just magically starts spouting off how corrupt everyone there is (in a movie about how corrupt everyone handling the BP oil spill is, fancy that) and the other is “Love City, Jalalabad” where he was listed as the part of “Bad Boy”. He’s still listed on the last film, but it is strangely linked now to a second IMDB page for him.
His page before:
His page now (as a second IMDB entry from the first):
If you attempt to view his main page on IMDB, the filmography doesn’t even show up there now at all:
He has been removed from the cast on “The Big Fix” IMDB page. So it would now appear as if Mateen wasn’t in “The Big Fix” even though, quite obviously, just scrubbing his IMDB page and the film’s page won’t change reality unless they re-release an edited version of the film with the questionable scene (video below) removed.
Why questionable? Because everything about this scene looks completely staged — from the fourth camera angle “secretly” set up just across the way from Mateen’s guard station, to the completely unbelievable way Mateen responds to a random stranger driving up on a supposedly secured BP oil spill clean up site in the middle of the night without a plausible reason to be there.
Watch it for yourself. Perhaps they don’t want people to see this because the more people do, the more they will question the official narrative that this guy single-handedly committed the Orlando shooting that reportedly killed 49 people and wounded another 53 after suddenly pledging his loyalty to ISIS.
Watch it. He’s not even a very convincing security guard.
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