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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.
New information out on Tashfeen Malik, one of two San Bernandino shooters
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New information out on Tashfeen Malik, one of two San Bernandino shooters

And it has the State Department in America under heavy fire.  Weeks after it was revealed that Tashfeen had entered the United States on a K-1 visa, it, is now be reviewed and determined whether or not said visa's must now include reviews of social media posts made by applicants. So, what's the deal? Per reports and the State Department, perhaps,  it appears that people are now wondering why Tashfeen was able to "praise Islam and vow to become a jihadist" on Facebook but still enter the United States in 2014. To most, its backwards.  The State Department denied that they did anything wrong, however, the legislators in Washington aren't to thrilled with the response to the sitation. Per officials, new legislation has been introduced which would require social media reviews; and in-per...
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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