Report: Pulse victims' families sue Google, Twitter and Facebook

The families of three Pulse victims are suing Facebook, Twitter and Google, according to a report by the Orlando Sentinel. The lawsuit was filed Monday. 

The lawsuit claims "the social media companies allowed the so-called Islamic State to post propaganda and push its agenda," according to the report. 

The suit was filed by the families of 22-year-old Juan Guerrero, 25-year-old Tevin Crosby and 40-year-old Javier Jorge-Reyes.

The June 12 attack left 49 people dead and 53 wounded. Gunman Omar Mateen, who pledged allegiance to ISIS, was killed by SWAT team members.

Read the full report from the Orlando Sentinel here. 

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