San Bernardino Muslim Shooters Were Husband and Wife (Attack Obviously Planned)

Dec 3, 2015

Investigators can no longer rule out that the San Bernardino mass shooting yesterday was a planned act of terrorism, after learning the pair of masked Muslim shooters were husband and wife. 

Syed Farook, 28, and his 27-year-old bride, Tashfeen Malik, crashed a holiday party for county employees at the Inland Regional Center with assault rifles, pipe-bombs, bulletproof vests, and “a mission” to kill.

The couple then fled the bloody crime scene in an SUV, after gunning down over a dozen citizens gathered in one of the community center’s crowded convention halls, and wounding at least 17 more.

They were both subsequently surrounded by police, SWAT teams and federal agents, and killed in their vehicle during a massive street shootout.

American-born Syed Farook had himself been employed by San Bernardino County for the last five years. Witnesses say in fact that he’d angrily left the party he later decimated following an argument there with some of his coworkers.

He and Tashfeen Malik returned shortly after, heavily armed, in what clearly seems to be a terror attack the two had been carefully stockpiling for and plotting, but which they launched prematurely yesterday, due to Farook’s quarreling.

As far as law enforcement is aware right now, the mass murder perpetrated on Wednesday morning in San Bernardino was the first and only known criminal act the slain terrorist couple has ever committed.

They leave behind a newborn daughter. And lots of unanswered questions.







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