Reports: Nightclub shooter in ‘constant trouble’ at school

More details have emerged about the killer who carried out the attacks that left 49 people dead at a night club in Orlando.

More details have merged about the killer who carried out the attacks that left 49 people dead at a night club in Orlando.

More details have merged about the killer who carried out the attacks that left 49 people dead at a night club in Orlando. (6/18/16)

ORLANDO, Fla. - More details have emerged about the killer who carried out the attacks that left 49 people dead at a night club in Orlando.

Published reports reveal Omar Mateen was in constant trouble throughout school and was disciplined at least 31 times.

Sources say that in recent months, the shooter apparently made financial arrangements for his family.

These arrangements included adding his wife to his life insurance and getting her access to his bank accounts.

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