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3 Pulse families sue social media, which includes the support for IS

ORLANDO, Florida. – The families of three clients were killed in the nightclub Orlando bloodbath complain about Facebook, Google and Twitter, are claiming the shooter that the lives of their loved ones was radicalized by propaganda found on social media.

The families of Tevin Crosby, Juan Ramon Guerrero Jr. and Javier Jorge-Reyes filed the lawsuit Monday in federal court in the state of Michigan.

The complaint says the companies must do more to stop the Islamic State from the group of the use of their platforms.

During the June rampage at the Pulse nightclub, shooter, Omar Mateen promised allegiance to the Islamic State of the group.

Forty-nine people were killed in the worst mass shooting in modern AMERICAN history.

Facebook says in a statement the company “take quick action” to remove terrorist content when it’s reported.

A similar lawsuit against Twitter was rejected in August.

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