Orlando gunman’s last words revealed in newly-released transcripts: ‘I did the shootings’

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The FBI on Monday released a full transcript of the calls Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen made during his rampage inside the club, which left 49 people dead.

"I let you know, I'm in Orlando and I did the shootings," Mateen told a 911 dispatcher, according to the transcript.

The release of the full 911 transcript came hours after the FBI initially released a redacted version, but the agency faced criticism for its decision.

In the full transcript, Mateen is described as speaking to the dispatcher in Arabic and pledging allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

The FBI also released transcripts of three calls between Mateen and crisis negotiators after initially only sharing summaries of them.

In those calls, Mateen identified himself as an Islamic soldier, and "told the negotiator to tell America to stop bombing Syria and Iraq and that is why he was 'out here right now,' according to the FBI document.

"When the crisis negotiator asked the shooter what he had done, the shooter stated, 'No, you already know what I did,'" according to the document.

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