Orlando police chief John Mina expressed his trust in the justice system, and said he was "grateful for the jury's hard work and thoughtful deliberation".
But he added: "Nothing can erase the pain we all feel about the senseless and brutal murder of 49 of our neighbours, friends, family members and loved ones". "Our community is strong".
Sarah C. Sweeney, an assistant U.S. attorney, declared that Salman thought Pulse was inside of Disney World, which they indeed had visited, so she was confused as to where Pulse "was".
Detectives also said Ms Salman "knowingly misled" Federal Bureau of Investigation interrogators in the hours after the attack.
In some of those statements, she admitted she knew her husband was devouring Islamic State propaganda and stockpiling weapons, and at one point said she helped him scout locations for his attack, but the defense successfully argued these were false confessions obtained under pressure and unsupported by the evidence. The prosecution then went another route saying she may not have pulled the trigger but, she was used, "as a green light for her husband". Far from being an accomplice, Salman was a victim of her husband's abuse.
"She doesn't go to the mosque, she searches for Hello Kitty on her website", Swift said in closing arguments.
Salman was the only individual butted in link with the carnage that left 50 individuals- including her partner, Omar Mateen- dead at Pulse bar.
Later on in the test, Salman's lawyers additionally required Byron to state a mistrial or disregard the situation outright, stating the prosecution had actually held back important details for the growth of their debate.
Salman, 31, is now being set free after facing a life sentence in federal prison. Her statement detailed how Mateen was obsessed with watching beheading videos and would do so in front of their children.
Security cameras also recorded Mateen going with Salman on a shopping spree for clothing, toys, and jewelry at stores in central Florida at least a week beforehand.
"I am disappointed in the outcome of the trail and know the victims and/or their families are more disappointed", Demings said.
Ms Salman, was born in California to Palestinian parents. did not testify in her defence.
Hernandez was shot eight times when Omar Mateen opened fire on the crows.
The family said it did not know when or if Noor Salman would be returning to the Bay Area.
Defense attorney Fritz Scheller told reporters the victims' families were "extraordinary people" and thanked them for their decorum and dignity. On the contrary we were convinced she did know.
Fellow defense attorney Charles Swift said he was impressed with the jury's attentiveness and the seriousness that they showed during the trial.
But the defence portrayed her as an easily manipulated woman with a low IQ, and argued that she signed a false confession because she was exhausted after extensive questioning and feared losing her young son.
She had been interviewed by officials for 11 hours, and her IQ score is 84, making her "below average in intelligence", said Bruce Frumkin. A judge rejected motions to either dismiss the case or order a mistrial earlier this week.