Pulse gunman's wife plans to say she suffered PTSD
August 4, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The wife of the shooter in the Florida nightclub massacre plans to say she suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder when she goes on trial next year, according to court documents.
Noor Salman intends to present a defense that shows she suffered a mental condition that has a bearing on the issue of guilt, according to the documents filed Tuesday.
Salman had PTSD "at or before the time of the attack, which the defense also intends to offer," according to the papers signed by her attorney, Charles Swift.
The documents also suggest that if statements she made to inves...