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A controversial imam who reports have linked to Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen denied having any knowledge of him On the Record.

Marcus Robertson said that Mateen never registered for any of his classes and that they never had a face-to-face interaction.

Robertson disavowed Mateen's attack, saying he believed that no Muslim should be allowed to take Islamic law into their own hands.

"Whatever he did, he didn't do it on behalf of Islam," Robertson said.

During part two of the interview, Robertson let slip that he believed "some journalists need to be beheaded."

Greta Van Susteren asked him about beheaded journalist James Foley, to which he replied:

"I believe some journalists need to be beheaded, but I wouldn’t have done that.”

He then added that he was speaking "facetiously," but nobody laughed.

Watch part one above and part two below.

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