San Bernardino Shooting
Families of three of the San Bernardino massacre victims are suing several social media giants, believing that they are allowing ISIS to spread their radicalization messages and recruit new members. We’ve got the details on why Google, Facebook and Twitter are under fire.
The FBI are determined to break into the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter (and ISIS member) Syed Rizwan Farook, and they’ve enlisted Apple CEO Tim Cook for help. The problem? Tim has refused! He has a compelling reason, though!
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that Apple would oppose a federal judge’s ruling to order the company to help the FBI break into the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook — because the technology does not exist. Tim explained that he’s not attempting to defy the FBI for sinister reasons, but because their order is unprecedented. Click through for his explanation.
Congress be damned! President Obama has had enough of this country’s wave of mass shootings and the legislative branch’s refusal to take action on gun control, so he’s going to do it himself in a new executive order! Read on for the details.
President Barack Obama made it very clear during 2015 that he was sickened by so many national tragedies involving mass shootings that he’s fought for and received the go-ahead to take action himself on stricter gun control issues. After the Oregon college shooting in Oct. that left nine innocent people dead, he angrily noted such incidents “have become routine” and was fed up with congressional refusal to back any sort of gun control legislation. As a result, he sought authority via the U.S. Attorney General’s office to take executive action on the issue, and on Jan. 4 he revealed he’s got it! He’s set to announce his mandates in a speech on Jan. 5, but already Republicans are hopping made about any of his upcoming decisions.
Nat Berhe of the New York Giants has put his grief into words in a heartbreaking essay honoring his cousin, Isaac Amanios, who was killed in the Dec. 2 San Bernardino shooting. The piece, written for ‘The Players’ Tribune,’ recalls the NFL player’s own childhood in the same neighborhood where the tragedy took place.
The recent shooting in San Bernardino, leaving 14 dead, left an impact on all who heard the news, including New York Giants safety, Nat Berhe, 24. Nat’s own cousin Isaac Amanios, 60, was tragically shot and killed during the attack. In remembrance of his cousin, Nat penned an agonizing essay about his late family member in The Players’ Tribune, an outlet that allows players to make their voices heard.
So sad! The six-month-old baby girl that San Bernardino mass killers Syed Farook and Tafsheen Malik left behind remains in foster care, even though she has family members who want to adopt her now that she’s been orphaned. Read on for why that could take awhile.
There’s another innocent victim of the San Bernardino massacre shooters Syed Farook, 28, and Tafsheen Malik, 27. The couple had a six-month-old baby girl but apparently were more set on pulling off their terror plan by killing 14 of his colleagues than staying around to raise their child. The infant is in the care of San Bernardino County Child Protective Services, despite Saira Khan, Syed’s older sister, and her husband, Farhan Khan hoping to adopt her.
So chilling. The San Bernardino mass murderers, Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik, were photographed on the first day Tashfeen arrived in the United States from Saudi Arabia. See the picture.
On July 27, 2014, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and his soon-to-be bride, Tashfeen Malik, 27, arrived at Chicago’s O’hare Airport, where the couple was snapped in a somber-looking “selfie,” taken by airport customs. It was Tashfeen’s first time in the U.S. following Syed’s trip to Saudi Arabia in order to retrieve her, after they had met online. Frankly, neither looked happy to be inside the country. Now, more than a year later, the photo bears new significance as the couple murdered 14 people on Dec. 2 in San Bernardino, CA, before they were both killed by police.
President Obama addressed the nation from the Oval Office and let the people of the United States know something important: ISIS will NOT win. A no-nonsense speech from POTUS tackled the pressing issue of what to do after San Bernardino, promising that we will overcome the threat of terrorism. See what else he said below.
In a rare address from the Oval Office (something he hasn’t done in five years) on December 6, President Obama spoke definitively about terrorism, and the plan of action after the massacre in San Bernardino carried out by two ISIL supporters. It was an incredible speech that assuaged the fears of so many worrying about ISIL infiltrating the United States, with the president expressing how we can work together to prevail over the threats.
We’re finally getting our first look at the mother turned murderer who helped slay 14 innocent victims at a holiday party in San Bernardino, CA Dec. 2. Tashfeen Malik reportedly put up a pledge to the terrorist group ISIS before she and Syed Farook went on their deadly massacre.
Tashfeen Malik‘s first photo has finally been revealed, and we’re getting to see what the cold-blooded killer looks like. She joined husband Syed Farook, 28, on a killing mission where they used rifles to murder 14 of his San Bernardino County Health Department colleagues, along with injuring another 17. The couple was later killed in a shootout with police.
Tashfeen Malik reportedly posted a message on Facebook under an alias pledging her allegiance to ISIS’ leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghadi before going on a shooting rampage and killing 14 people with her husband, Syed Farook. He reportedly became distant and abruptly stopped going to his mosque three weeks before the shooting.
Even more news is unfolding as to why Tashfeen Malik, 27, and Syed Farook, 28, opened fire at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, Calif., on Dec. 2 and authorities have reportedly discovered ties to ISIS. Investigators are currently at the rental home that Tashfeen and Syed lived in and they have reportedly found 5,000 bullets, 12 pipe bombs and parts to make IEDs. Tashfeen, who was on a 90 day K-1 fiancee visa, has reportedly reached out to members of al Qaeda before the massacre.
This is beyond horrible. The San Bernardino tragedy has thousands of people mourning around the world, and now we have learned the names of the 14 victims. We’re heartbroken to hear that the youngest victim of the massacre, Aurora Godoy, leaves behind a son named Alex who will be two years old in January.
The San Bernardino shooting killed over a dozen innocent people, and the pain felt by their families is unimaginable. Aurora Godoy, 26, was the youngest person to lose her life in the Dec. 2 tragedy. It’s crushing to learn that she leaves behind her devoted husband and toddler son, Alexander, barely 2, who will never know his mother because of this atrocious act. Here is everything you need to know about Aurora and her loved ones.
So, so sad. A father of six, Michael Wetzel, was one of the 14 individuals killed in the horrific massacre in San Bernardino. Here, we honor Michael.
Fourteen people were brutally slaughtered in San Bernardino on Dec. 2, one of whom was Michael Wetzel. Michael, whose exact age is not known, is survived by his wife, Renee Wetzel, and his six children, the youngest of whom is just a baby. When Renee heard about the shooting, she made a desperate, public plea for prayers, before she learned of her husband’s devastating fate.
Thinking that she was going to die, Jennifer Stevens, 22, made a desperate call to her mother, after being shot in the stomach during the San Bernardino massacre. See her terrified message.
Just horrific. Jennifer Stevens was attending her office’s Christmas party in San Bernardino on Dec. 2, when an attacker opened fire, shooting her in the abdomen. As she lay on the ground amongst the bloodshed, waiting for refuge, the 22-year-old left a voicemail for her mother, in the moments when she though she was going to die. “Mom, I’m at work, and I’ve been shot,” she said.
Before Syed Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik went on a murderous rampage in San Bernardino, California, that killed 14 and injured 17 more, they reportedly left their 6-month-old baby with its grandmother. Get the details here.
The suspects responsible for 14 lives in the Dec. 2 San Bernardino, Calif., mass shooting were identified as married couple Syed Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27. The pair, who had a 6-month-old daughter together, were killed in a police shootout after their massacring. Syed and Tashfeen left the baby with its grandma prior to their rampage, but the poor infant is now left orphaned.
Denise Peraza, an environmental health specialist for San Bernardino County, was enjoying her team’s holiday party when two masked shooters burst into the room and began slaughtering her coworkers. Here’s how she survived after being shot in the back.
Denise Peraza is grateful to be alive. The 27-year-old California state worker nearly became another one of the dead, cut down by Syed Farook, 28, and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 27, during the terrifying shootings in San Bernardino. Even as she was wounded during the attack, her quick thinking allowed her to escape with her life.
Officials have identified Syed Rizwan Farook as one of the suspected shooters in the horrific San Bernardino massacre, which left 14 dead. What do we know about the suspect?
Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, is the prime suspect in the devastating Dec. 2 massacre in San Bernardino, CA, which killed 14 and injured 17 more. Details are beginning to emerge about Syed, as well as his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 27, who is believed to have carried out the violence alongside him. Both suspects were gunned down by police, however, those who knew them are opening up about the couple. Here are five things to know about Syed.
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