A federal judge in Orlando, Florida has revoked the bond of Noor Salman. Salman is the widow of Omar Mateen, the man responsible for the massacre at Pulse, an Orlando nightclub, in June 2016.

Previously, Salman’s release had been ordered in California with her bond being set at $500 000. However, Paul Byron, the United States district judge, has ordered that Salman be remanded to custody.

Meanwhile, Salman has pleaded not guilty to aiding and abetting her husband, Omar Mateen’s, support of ISIS in addition to obstruction of justice in the mass shooting while led to 49 people’s deaths.

Furthermore, prosecutors have maintained that Salman had accompanied her husband on scouting trips for targets, which included Disney World and the Disney Springs shopping complex. As it stands, if found guilty, Salman is faced with the possibility of a lifetime sentence.

(Information sourced from Newnownext.com)