San Bernardino shooting

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Event.png "“terrorism”"
San Bernardino shooting (shooting) Rdf-icon.png
San Bernardino shooting.jpg
DateDecember 2, 2015
LocationInland Regional Center,  San Bernardino,  California,  U.S.
Blamed onSyed Rizwan Farook,  Tashfeen Malik
Type• “Terrorism”
• Mass shooting
• Shootout
• Workplace shooting
Deaths16
Injured (non-fatal)24

Official narrative

A couple of lone nuts.

Concerns

Kevin Barrett states that "The government is lying" and asks a set of questions, including asking why both victims were found dead in handcuffs.[1]

Timing

The attack was soon after the similar spree of mass murder in Paris. Wikipedia noted, as of April 2016, that the San Bernardino SWAT team "happened to be conducting its monthly training exercise a few miles away from the scene at the time of the attack, which allowed them to quickly arrive at the scene."[2][3]

Response

U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson stated that "We have moved to an entirely new phase in the global terrorist threat and in our homeland security efforts... This requires a whole new approach, in my view."[4]

Eric E. Schmidt, executive chairman at Google called on industry to build tools to reduce hate, harm, and friction in social media, "sort of like spell-checkers, but for hate and harassment."[5]


 

The Official Culprits

Name
Syed Rizwan Farook
Tashfeen Malik


References