Friday, December 4, 2015

Reporters Crash Unguarded Crime Scene Apartment

(More pictures below, many from the Daily Mail)

The Federal government's behavior following the San Bernardino attack appears increasingly strange.

Early this morning, the landlord winched open the door and reporters crashed in to the shooters' apartment in Redlands, California. Apparently it had been unguarded.

Did the FBI release the crime scene so soon? If so, experts have said this would be unprecedented.

While investigators had removed a computer hard-drive along with bombs and bomb making equipment just hours before, the apartment was still crammed with personal effects and strewn with pieces of potential evidence including Islamic books, passports, drivers licenses and whole and shredded documents.

Remember that witnesses had reported the comings and goings of a number of "middle-eastern looking" men. Thus, the space had potentially been used by an ISIS cell.

Mashable reports:
In a surreal scene, a swarm of local and national media entered the apartment where Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik lived after the landlord tore off a piece of plywood that was blocking the door. 
News outlets, including MSNBC, BBC, CBS News and CNN, broadcast live scenes as reporters toting cameras and microphones pushed through the open door and reported from inside the apartment. 
One MSNBC reporter was seen examining items left on the suspects' desk, at one point picking up a child-rearing book. CNN journalists described seeing licenses, social security cards and shredded documents inside the residence. A group of photographers zeroed in on a pile of papers that were laid out on a bed. 
Another camera crew panned over a crib; the couple had a 6-month-old daughter. A CNN correspondent picked up prayer beads. 
It appeared that members of the public were inside the apartment as well. One man lingered holding a large soda. A child was seen wandering throughout the home. Another opened the refrigerator and peered inside.
The reaction of the FBI was curious:
When Mashable reached out to the FBI while the scene was simultaneously unfolding on live television, a spokesperson seemed shocked when asked if the public was allowed to enter the apartment. 
"I do not believe so, but I can check," she said around 9:30 a.m. PT. "My understanding is it is still an ongoing investigation." 
An hour later, Lourdes Arocho, spokesperson for the FBI Los Angeles field office, told Mashable: "The search is over at that location." When pressed for further comment, she repeated the statement and referred to a press conference scheduled for 11 a.m. PT. 
A man named Doyle Miller, who identified himself as the landlord, told CBS News that he didn't intend to let the press into the apartment. When he opened the door, "they rushed," he said.


  1. Of course, Barak Obama ordered them to allow the media to corrupt and contaminate the crime scene! If they hadn't, Obama never would have been able to blame Netanyahu!

  2. I'm glad they did it. The only way were going to find out the truth

  3. If I'm really good will Santa bring me an Islamic Manners Activity book for Christmas?

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