Gray Terror File: Aftermath of ISIS terror attack in San Bernardino, CA: Federal investigators treating Tashfeen Malik as possible mastermind behind worst Islamist terror attack on US soil since Sept. 11, 2001, probably planned multiple attacks along with husband Syed Farook, but uncertain where Malik grew up, radicalized as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia distance themselves from massacre; Farook possibly in contact with former Minneapolis-based ISIS recruiter, Mohamed Hasan presently fugitive overseas; details of terror attack: Tashfeen fired at husband’s coworkers first, Syed hesitated; although both suspects masked, emergency radio transmissions reveal police quickly identified Farook; firearms instructor at Riverside Magnum Range, 20 miles from Inland Regional Center where Dec. 2 massacre occurred, affirms Farook visited range for target practice on Nov. 29, 30; feds also looking into funding for terror couple as Farook owned “large arsenal of semi-automatic guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and pipe bombs,” US Rep Michael McCaul: “I believe on his salary, he was not able to buy this on his own”; San Bernardino County employees head back to work, environmental health division, where many victims employed, off until next week

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2 responses to “Gray Terror File: Aftermath of ISIS terror attack in San Bernardino, CA: Federal investigators treating Tashfeen Malik as possible mastermind behind worst Islamist terror attack on US soil since Sept. 11, 2001, probably planned multiple attacks along with husband Syed Farook, but uncertain where Malik grew up, radicalized as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia distance themselves from massacre; Farook possibly in contact with former Minneapolis-based ISIS recruiter, Mohamed Hasan presently fugitive overseas; details of terror attack: Tashfeen fired at husband’s coworkers first, Syed hesitated; although both suspects masked, emergency radio transmissions reveal police quickly identified Farook; firearms instructor at Riverside Magnum Range, 20 miles from Inland Regional Center where Dec. 2 massacre occurred, affirms Farook visited range for target practice on Nov. 29, 30; feds also looking into funding for terror couple as Farook owned “large arsenal of semi-automatic guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and pipe bombs,” US Rep Michael McCaul: “I believe on his salary, he was not able to buy this on his own”; San Bernardino County employees head back to work, environmental health division, where many victims employed, off until next week

  1. mah29001 December 9, 2015 at 12:00 pm

    There are reports that a neighbor related to the suspect by marriage gave him the weapon that was behind the deed. So how’d “gun control” work if that person had no criminal record and bought the gun legally?

  2. Jack March 1, 2016 at 6:09 pm

    “The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent.”

    The Elks Magazine (August 1956)

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