ORLANDO, Fla., June 19 (UPI) -- Law enforcement authorities plan to release limited transcripts Monday from three phone calls they had with Orlando, Fla., shooter Omar Mateen.
When Lynch spoke to Fox News Sunday, she declined to discuss why Mateen's wife has not been arrested.
The Justice Department said the FBI and Orlando law enforcement will also release a timeline.
"He talked about his pledges of allegiance to a terrorist group. He talked about his motivations for why he was claiming at that time he was committing this horrific act. He talked about American policy in some ways," Lynch said.
"Our goal is to put as much information into the public domain as possible so people can understand as we do what possibly motivated this killer, what led him to this place and also provide us with information," Lynch said.
Lynch declined Sunday to say whether the FBI will charge Mateen's wife or anybody in connection with the Florida nightclub massacre. She did express support for a proposal from a Republican senator to tighten gun control.
She did say that federal investigators are "in the middle of a very aggressive investigation" that includes "talking to family members."