San Bernardino Massacre Couple: Inside The Minds Of The Husband And Wife Terrorist!
Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and and his 27-year-old wife, Tashfeen Malik, died in a police shootout after killing 14 people and wounding 17 more at the Inland Regional Center — a non-profit where the staff selflessly worked to help people with development disabilities. Even more shocking developments have since emerged about the crazed couple whose gruesome murder spree might very well have been a terrorist attack!
American citizen Farook — described by his father as "very religious," and by coworkers at the San Bernardino County Public Health Department as a "devout Muslim" — had reportedly met Malik online. He then traveled to Saudi Arabia to get married. Coworkers noted that he had recently grown out his beard.
The couple had a 6-month-old child that they left with the husband's mother while rushing out to commit their sadistic assault upon Inland Regional's innocent employees.
Initial reports claimed that the shooting happened after Farook had been insulted at a holiday party — and had left the Inland Regional building, only to return for the shooting spree. It's now clear that Farook had carefully planned a shooting massacre. In addition to shooting victims, the couple had left behind three bombs that were meant to be triggered by a remote-control toy car. Fortunately, the explosives were never triggered.
Police have discovered that the couple wore GoPro cameras so they could film their slaughter — and the Farooks were carrying several firearms and were wearing protective vets when they were gunned down by police officers. Several jihadists in recent terrorist assaults have also worn cameras.
The local authorities had already identified the shooters and were waiting at the couple's house when they arrived back home from their evil mission. The couple were shot down in their SUV after a lengthy chase. Farook and his wife had also built fake pipe bombs that they threw at the police during the initial pursuit.
Farook's brother-in-law Farhan Khan held a press conference at the local headquarters of the Council on American-Islamic Relations to insist that the family had "absolutely no idea why he would do this," adding that he was "shocked himself" — and saying: "I just cannot express how sad I am for what happened today."
Even as news of the murders was breaking, members of the international Islamist terrorist group ISIS were celebrating the San Bernardino murders, claiming that the shooter as a comrade. “California streets are full with soldiers with heavy weapons," jeered a typical message on social media. "The United States is burning!"
Farook's coworker Patrick Baccari told reporters that his former colleague seemed to be "living the American dream."