FBI: Not Redacting 911 Call ‘Might Inflame Other People’

‘We’re not going to propagate violent rhetoric’

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The FBI announced today it's not releasing audio of Orlando terrorist's 911 calls, as doing so "might inflame other people" to commit terrorist acts.

"We’re not going to propagate violent rhetoric that comes from other people whether they be here or overseas and to do that would only inflame other people here that might be like-minded," the FBI's Ronald Hopper told reporters at a press conference. "There’s no purpose in doing that."

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