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After Orlando Shooting, ‘False Flag’ and ‘Crisis Actor’ Conspiracy Theories Surface. Photo After the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on June 12, Twitter brimmed with news reports of the carnage.

After Orlando Shooting, ‘False Flag’ and ‘Crisis Actor’ Conspiracy Theories Surface

But some posts on the massacre that claimed 49 lives also included a curious phrase: “false flag.” It was a code used by conspiracy theorists to signal their belief that the government had staged the massacre and the information the public was reading and hearing from the mainstream media was untrue. Police's Play-by-Play of Orlando Shooting Revealed: From 'Shots Fired' to 'Subject Down' The chaos, confusion and horror of what transpired in the deadly assault at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was further revealed in the moment-by-moment police narrative, made public today pursuant to a public records request from ABC News and other media outlets.

Police's Play-by-Play of Orlando Shooting Revealed: From 'Shots Fired' to 'Subject Down'

Today’s disclosure includes the police dispatch record, which provides a play-by-play of the June 12 mass shooting, from the first call reporting "shots fired" to the “subject down” notification three hours later. The first call came at 2:02:54 a.m. for “shots fired.” Seconds later, “shots still being fired.” Fire department disputes official reports of exit door blockage at Pulse. Text messages, emails and inspection reports raised issues Tuesday about whether all the exits were accessible and working the night of the Pulse nightclub shooting, but Orlando Fire officials insist that there were no fire code violations.

Fire department disputes official reports of exit door blockage at Pulse

In a text message exchange sent hours after the mass shooting to Fire Chief Roderick Williams, Orlando Fire Marshal Tammy Hughes says she saw a photo by a code enforcement officer the day of the shooting that shows a soda machine blocking the exit door. She said "maybe one or two" exits were blocked. The date of the photo is not noted. Hughes also sent an e-mail to Williams that same day, saying that the "last company officer exit check was conducted on 5/21/16 which did indicate that a door was inoperable. It is not clear which door it was. " Orlando, FL - 911 Call Log Details Horror Of Orlando Shooting: 'My Caller Is No Longer Responding' FILE - FBI investigators arrive at the crime scene of a mass shooting at the Pulse night club in Orlando, Florida, June 13, 2016.

Orlando, FL - 911 Call Log Details Horror Of Orlando Shooting: 'My Caller Is No Longer Responding'

REUTERS/Jim Young Orlando, FL - Police dispatchers heard repeated gunfire, screaming and moaning from patrons of the Pulse nightclub who called to report that gunman Omar Mateen was opening fire inside the club, according to written logs Tuesday. The first call of “shots fired” came in at 2:02 a.m. and the caller reported “multiple people down.” One caller said Mateen had gone upstairs where six people were hiding. Documents show chilling police calls, internal deliberations after Orlando shooting. From left, Orlando Police Chief John Mina, FBI special agent Ronald Hopper and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer during a news conference following the shooting at Pulse nightclub earlier this month.

Documents show chilling police calls, internal deliberations after Orlando shooting

(John Raoux/AP) Authorities in Orlando released hundreds of pages of documents Tuesday connected to the massacre earlier this month at the Pulse nightclub, providing a more detailed look at law enforcement’s scramble to respond to a rapidly evolving situation and the internal deliberations that followed. The documents include the email correspondence of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Police Chief John Mina, text exchanges between fire officials and planning, permitting and inspection records for Pulse. They also include records — described as an “incident narrative” in a police report — providing a grim outline of what happened after law enforcement officials received the first call of “shots fired” at 2:02 a.m. on June 12.

Judge: FBI Transcript Shows Nobody Died in Orlando Shooting Until SWAT Teams entered the Building. What should have been front page news everywhere, somehow got buried amid the official narrative we were given about the Orlando shooting.

Judge: FBI Transcript Shows Nobody Died in Orlando Shooting Until SWAT Teams entered the Building

Judge Andrew Napolitano told FOX News that an FBI transcript indicated that no one died until 05:13am Sunday morning when the police SWAT teams entered the building. “Here’s what is news in the summary – nobody died until 05:13 in the morning, when the SWAT team entered. Prior to that no one had been killed. The 53 that were injured, and the 49 that were murdered all met their fates at the time of, and during, the police entry into the building,” Judge Napolitano said. Orlando shooting: 49 killed, shooter pledged ISIS allegiance.

Orlando shooting 911 call logs reveal horrifying exchanges between victims and police. On Tuesday, the city of Orlando released hundreds of pages of documents detailing the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub earlier this month.

Orlando shooting 911 call logs reveal horrifying exchanges between victims and police

The documents include dispatch call logs, fire inspection records and messages between city officials. According to the call logs, Orlando police dispatch first received a call about shots fired at the LGBTQ nightclub just before 2:03 a.m. on June 12. After that, more calls came flooding in. Orlando Shooting: Police Dispatch Records Illustrate Hours Before SWAT Team Sent In. Orlando Shooting: What Happened At The Pulse Nightclub Attack. Vigils have been held around the country for the victims of the Orlando nightclub attack on June 12.

Orlando Shooting: What Happened At The Pulse Nightclub Attack

Thousands of people, including Jennifer Ware (right) and Mary Ware, took part in a memorial in downtown Orlando a day after the massacre. David Goldman/AP hide caption toggle caption David Goldman/AP.