San Bernandino Shooters Are Said To Have Ties To Terrorism
According to the FBI whom reported to the New York Post, Syed Rizwan Farook, who killed 14 people in San Bernardino during a shooting rampage with his wife, was in contact with more than one international terrorism subject.
No motive has been immediately determined, but the Joint Terrorism Task Force was investigating and the city’s police chief declared early Thursday, “We have not ruled out terrorism.”
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According to intelligence agencies, the San Bernandino suspects had been looking at ISIS propaganda online intensively before going on their rampage.
A search team combed the couple’s residence about 7 miles from Inland Regional Center. A black sedan parked outside was also searched.
The two .223-caliber assault rifles and two handguns that the suspects used in their reign of terror were all purchased legally in the US. They found 12 pipe bombs and over 3,000 rounds of ammo in the couples’ home used in the massacre were all purchased legally in the United States — two of them by someone who’s now under investigation.
Meredith Davis of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives said investigators are working to make a connection to the last legal purchaser.
All four guns were bought four years ago but Davis did not say whether they were purchased out of state or how and when they got into the hands of the two shooters.
Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, both are of Pakistani decent, and were on the verge of radicalization of Islam.