Omar Mateen, who killed 49 people at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando last month, had complained that he was repeatedly harassed at his job for being Muslim, records show. In newly released documents, Mateen wrote to his employers that he was being taunted during work as a Florida courthouse guard and said he made statements claiming connections to terrorists to get back at his co-workers. “I love the United States. The boasting I did it just to satisfy the gang of co-workers who ganged up against me,” Mateen wrote in a letter to his bosses at G4S Secure Solutions, according to the documents. Mateen said that when boxes would be delivered to the courthouse, a guard would sometimes say, “We have to be careful. Omar may send us a bomb and he will get his 72 virgins.” At one point, a deputy told Mateen that his fingers had pork oil on them and that he was going to rub them all over him, according to the documents. He reportedly told his employer the taunting made him angry and that, as a response, he’d said he had connections to the man who was eventually convicted for the 2009 shooting at the Fort Hood army base in Texas and to the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.