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Friend of San Bernandino shooters indicted, expected to face 50 years in prison
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Friend of San Bernandino shooters indicted, expected to face 50 years in prison

CALIFORNIA -- As we've previously covered numerous times, it has finally emerged that the friend of San Bernandino shooters  Tashfeen Malik and her husband has been indicted. Enrique Marquez, 24, was indicted today after being charged with lying to prosecutors about purchasing the guns used in the vicious attacks. Marquez, at one point, thought he would be able to escape federal authorities by checking himself into a mental facility in California. However, that only reportedly worked for so long, until authorities managed to force him out.  Documents obtained by Daily News LA reveal that Marquez has been charged with a total of five counts -- and -- it has now been uncovered that the attacks on San Bernandino were not the first Marquez was allegedly involved in planning. Marquez's fa...
Farook’s friend reportedly arrested: Federal Authorities
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Farook’s friend reportedly arrested: Federal Authorities

SAN BERNANDINO --  The man behind the rifles and weapons that were used in the San Bernandino attacks  has reportedly been arrested. As we previously reported in early December, Enrique Martinez, 24,  was long believed to be the "friendly neighbor" who illegally purchased the weapons for Tashfeen and Farook to be used in the deadly attacks on that social center in California. According to federal authorities, Martinez, who was once holed up in a mental health facility attempting to prevent questioning from authorities -- has been charged with terrorism plots and attempting to commit terrorism acts on American soil.
The man who bought the guns in the San Bernandino Shootings
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The man who bought the guns in the San Bernandino Shootings

LONG BEACH -- Despite the fact that Sayed Farook and his wife are dead, there, remains actually another person of interest in the San Bernandino shootings. According to Dailymail.com, Enrique Marquez is a person of interest that police want to speak with. Per officials,  it is widely believed that Marquez bought the "two modified assault rifles" that were used in the attacks on San Bernandino. The problem? Police later reportedly discovered that Marquez quickly checked himself into a mental health facility in Long Beach, Calif  preventing anybody from questioning him over the guns. FBI officials reportedly raided Marquez's Riverside home Saturday morning hoping the search would turn up explosives, or, at least enough to force him out of the mental facility he checked himself into.
ISIS reportedly claims responsibility for San Bernandino Massacre
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ISIS reportedly claims responsibility for San Bernandino Massacre

SAN BERNANDINO, CALIF — There’s, uh, several reports that are indicating ISIS has claimed responsibility for the San Bernandino shooting that slaughtered 14 people in broad daylight. The bigger issue? If the FBI is able to verify such a statement, per officials, this would become the deadliest attack on U.S soil since the twin towers fell on Sept 11 2001.  According to purported statements released by ISIS on its daily broadcast,  the group reportedly claimed responsibility  using the two shooters that were involved. It remains unknown whether or not the man and the woman were directly connected with ISIS or simply “Inspired”. “Two followers of Islamic State attacked several days ago a center in San Bernadino in California,” ISIS said in its daily online radio broadcast Saturday....
New York Times issues scathing editorial on gun control
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New York Times issues scathing editorial on gun control

And such is its first editorial on the front page of its legendary newspaper in nearly a century. In the editorial, the New York Times delivers a  tough argument as to why gun control is “direly needed” in America after the dozens-upon-dozens of mass shootings that have occurred in America and continue to happen. The scathing editorial (Read here) cites guns as “weapons of war, barely modified and deliberately marketed as tools of macho vigilantism and even insurrection”. Perhaps this just may be the first time, well ever, that the paper has truthfully revealed its stance on gun violence. “Guns in this country are a moral outrage and a national disgrace” that civilians “can legally purchase weapons designed specifically to kill people with brutal speed and efficiency.”...
FBI unable to crack San Bernandino couple’s massive collection of codes
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FBI unable to crack San Bernandino couple’s massive collection of codes

SAN BERNANDINO --  Turns out, even, er, the FBI can't crack the encryption codes on the partial hard drives and cell phones found that belong to the infamous couple who reigned terror on a social services office. Officials tell Fox News that the encryptions may never be 'cracked', meaning, that lawmakers and legislators may use this particular situation in America -- as -- more reason to demand that tech companies allow backdoors into popular smartphones and devices (although, that probably won't happen). Per Fox News, Sayed Farook and Tashfeek Malik were 'able to fully encrypt their devices and essentially delete their information'  prior to the attack. Experts further warn that without the 'missing digital footprint and the other half of a hard drive, the information sought to unco...
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