FBI Says Third Shooter in San Bernardino Jihad Slaughter

ByPamela Geller on February 20, 2016
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For weeks after the San Bernardino jihad massacre, I wrote about the third man (here, for example).  Finally, the increasingly incompetent FBI admits to his existence.

The FBI engenders less and less confidence ………. the FBI has “not ruled out the possibility of a third man.” There are multiple witnesses to a third shooter.

“FBI Says Possible Third Shooter in San Bernardino Killings,” Law News, February 19, 2016:

FBI officials have informed ABC News that their investigation into the San Bernardino terrorist attack have not ruled out the possibility of a third attacker, in addition to Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik.

On the day of the attacks, some witnesses had informed reporters and law enforcement officials that they saw three gunmen and the Inland Regional Center where the shootings took place.

The FBI had identified Enrique Marquez as the man who purchased weapons that were used for the shooting, but officials have yet to confirm or rule out whether he or any other accomplices were present at the scene of the attack.

[UPDATED: 4:35 p.m.]

FBI officials have confirmed that they served a search warrant at the 1700 block of Forum Way in Corona, California this afternoon. That address is believed to be the residence of Farook’s brother, Syed Rizwan.

“Federal agents executed a search warrant at a residence in Corona this morning to seek evidence in an ongoing investigation,” FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said. No arrests were made.

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  • Budvarakbar

    What’s it taken > 2-1/2 months to get the balls up to get a search warrant for the perp’s brother’s house — this a$$hole was named right up front! Compare this sterling effort to the effort up north in OR!

    • bitterlyclinging

      The only place and time where the Obama Administration puts any reinforcing steel in their spine, thus forcing them to stand erect, instead of severely bent over firmly grasping their ankles, trousers and drawers dropped, most tender and vital parts of their anatomy exposed, is when they’re dealing with the likes of folks like Robert LaVoy Finicum.
      The Democratic Party, in toto, under Buraq Hussein Obama, today, is a wholly owned and operated CAIR subsidiary.
      Instead of the Party of JFK “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country”, its “Lookit all the free stuff i can give you” but along with all that free stuff you have to be ready to accept Fort Hood, Chattanooga, San Bernardino, the Bataclan Concert Hall, Charley Hebdo, the Hyper Cacher Market.
      The day after the Kouachi brothers were dispatched, Obama castigated the French for “Coming down on (the Kouachi Brothers) with the military and the police like a hammer.” Note: Obama didn’t attend the Charley Hebdo Memorials in Paris just like he’s deliberately not attending the Antonin Scalia funeral today. Most of Obama’s defecating on Antonin Scalia will be done via Obama’s nominees replacing Scalia.

    • formwiz

      That was the incompetent LGBTQWERYUIOPASDFHJKZXCVBNM governor who’d only been in office less than a year and wasn’t going to let any bunch of citizens defy her rule!

      Even though the reserve was Federal and Lynch (surprisingly) was happy to lay off.

  • mo up in the northeast

    another Jarrett event that doesn’t add up. anoher day, another hoax

  • Milwaukee

    Sort of like “Suspect Number 2″at Oklahoma City Bombing site. Go figure.

    • joker

      He is in jail, or not? Or was he the guy with the black cap and fake moustache?

  • formwiz

    A lot of us thought so.

    The news blackouts on a lot of these stories (like Malheur) are doing to the media what people like Hillary and McConnell are doing to the parties.

  • joker

    Well, in such a case no wonder that jihadi muzzrats feel free to do what they feel like to do. The FBI, the authorities, the CIA, the NSA and god knows what else have to think hard before they act.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    I hope this isn’t taking time away from the important FIB investigation into the baconator terrorist incident in Las Vegas.

    • roger

      Obama has defunded anti terror groups by $300 mill, so perhaps that could go toward the bacon investigation with heaps left over for any future “clock boys.

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    Like the rag on the head of the Sharmuta isn’t a modern day swastika.

    F them both to HELL and their arms of their “prophet”.

  • Larry Schiereck

    And what about security cam video at the building where this happened? Confiscated like the 9/11 footage? No wonder the feds solve crimes only in movies, you can’t make this kind of stuff up. Govco has become completely schizophrenic i.e. bipolar or is it polypolar. Only those committed to critical thinking and a nose for deception will be able to figure half of it out. Following the money would produce the truth, but who is going to investigate the investigators?

  • WarEagle82

    And now letting all those people ransack the terrorist’s apartment suddenly looks like a really, really bad lapse in judgement on the part of Law Enforcement. And CHANGING THE PASSWORD on the iPhone doesn’t look so smart either.

    These people are incompetent beyond belief!

    Get a gun, get trained, get a permit and carry everywhere! You obviously cannot count on the government to protect you and somebody will have to protect you from the government!

    • DowntotheBone

      “…letting all those people ransack the terrorist’s apartment suddenly
      looks like a really, really bad lapse in judgement on the part of Law
      Enforcement.”

      I didn’t think that it wasa lapse in judgment then, and I don’t think so now.

      I thought it was purposeful then, and have thought so more strongly since then.

      • WarEagle82

        It does make you wonder. How could these people be so incredibly incompetent in so many ways. I am pretty sure “secure the crime scene” is one of those things you learn on day one a the police academy. And not destroying evidence must certainly come in right after that.

        We are dealing with a bunch of arrogant, self-righteous morons who are damn-sure they know better than us.

        Get a gun, get trained, get a permit and carry. We will all need it sooner rather than later.

      • hal8196

        I agree, that was a set up so that all evidence would be considered compromised if it ever went to trial. This whole incident seems unbelievable.
        Also, we are supposed to believe that a swat team just happened to be practicing in the area. Creating fear and chaos is the goal so that citizens will beg for help. (Enter Dept. of Homeland Security)

      • jk

        Hi Downtothe Bone,

        http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/12/07/3whitemen/

        BUSTED! San Bernadino shooters were three white men dressed in military attire

        Huge wave of false flags to follow Paris, San Bernadino

        http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/12/08/huge-wave/

        White Man’s Alleged Bomb Plot Against Muslims

        http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/william-celli-arrested_us_56782b8fe4b0b958f6573d35

        94% Terrorists in USA are non Muslims

        http://thelondonpost.net/94-terrorists-in-usa-are-non-muslims/

        http://www.huffingtonpost.com/

        Once again, a gunman has killed people for political reasons. Once again, he is described in the mainstream media using words and phrases such as: deranged, mentally disturbed, homicidal, gunman, shooter, criminal, murderer, and lone wolf. He may have been all of that, but one key descriptive word is conspicuously missing from most of the commentary:

        94% Terrorists in USA are non Muslims

        http://www.thedailybeast.com/a

        White Americans Are The Biggest Terror Threat In The United States

        Almost twice as many people have died in attacks by right-wing groups in America than have died in attacks by Muslim extremists.

        White Americans are the biggest terror threat in the United States, according to a study by the New America Foundation. The Washington-based research organization did a review of “terror” attacks on US soil since Sept. 11, 2001 and found that most of them were carried out by radical anti-government groups or white supremacists.

        http://www.mintpressnews.com/w

        http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06

        Homegrown Extremists Tied to Deadlier Toll Than Jihadists in U.S. Since 9/11

        Homegrown Terrorism

        In the United States since Sept. 11, terrorist attacks by antigovernment, racist and other nonjihadist extremists have killed nearly twice as many people as those by Islamic jihadists.

        Since Sept. 11, 2001, nearly twice as many people have been killed by white supremacists, antigovernment fanatics and other non-Muslim extremists than by radical Muslims: 48 have been killed by extremists who are not Muslim, including the recent mass killing in Charleston, S.C., compared with 26 by self-proclaimed jihadists, according to a count by New America, a Washington research center.

        “Law enforcement agencies around the country have told us the threat from Muslim extremists is not as great as the threat from right-wing extremists,” said Dr. Kurzman, whose study is to be published by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security and the Police Executive Research Forum.

        Non-Muslims Carried Out More than 90% of All Terrorist Attacks in America

        http://www.globalresearch.ca/n

        Here are 8 Christian Terrorist Organizations That Equal ISIS

        http://aattp.org/here-are-8-ch

        6 modern-day Christian terrorist groups our media conveniently ignores

        Covering April 2009 to February 2015, the report (titled “The Age of the Wolf”) found that during that period, “more people have been killed in America by non-Islamic domestic terrorists than jihadists.”

        Christian terrorism is a bigger threat to U.S. freedom than Islamic extremism

        http://www.patheos.com/blogs/d

        Friday afternoon, at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a gunman walked into the medical facility and opened fire. At least 11 people are injured, including reports of a police officer responding to the call being killed.

    • SK

      Your government cannot and will not protect you. It’s up to you to protect yourself.

  • Rocinante44

    the lightning speed of the Federal Bureau of Islam when going after muslim killers is comical. anyone remember how long it took them to find the black muslim kid shooting white people from the trunk of a car? what was it, years? if white men had entered this place in CA, asked who was muslim, and killed just the muslims, do you think the pace of the fbi would be different?

  • Indeed, yes, from my archives, 12/15/2015.

    “The odor of the perp-count”

    There is a whole lot that stinks regarding the San Bernardino shooting, from my perspective. Let’s do the math: By all initial accounts, 3 male shooters; subsequently, 1 man and 1 woman “perpetrators” dead. 3 men – 1 man = 2 men. There are two shooters missing.

    Has anyone seen, heard or read anything about what “Melik” was wearing when killed? How tall was that woman and can she be mistaken for a man? I know that the FBI and Executive branch know the answers.

  • Lia

    I agree that the FBI seems (and may indeed be) increasingly incompetent, but look at the rules they are forced to work under, under the present administration.

    • roger

      Yes,
      The rules are simple and straightforward, “don’t prosecute muslims.

      • Lia

        Seems very much as if you’ve hit the nail on the head. One way of not prosecuting them is to eliminate them in their act of wanton killing …

        • roger

          Yes. the way it is, not many muslims are ever stopped before the wanton killing.

          • Lia

            I’m hoping armed civilians will shoot at the first sight of the terrorists’ weapons … eliminate, not prosecute.

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    • Tom Angle

      They took an oath. They should fulfill it. It no step down.

      • Lia

        I would agree, but I do not know how badly they are being handcuffed. At least to the extent that they were forced to purge all muslim-related matters from their manuals, I understand.

        • Tom Angle

          Do you think the following orders thing was a justifiable answer for the Germans during WWII?

          • Lia

            No. But they let it go too far. If one wants to stop an evil, it should be done much sooner. At the same time, not being an American and not living in the USA, I think that many security services personnel are taking out of storage & dusting off their pre-purge manuals … but I cannot (& would not try to) prove this.

      • drummie

        That should particularly apply to Obama and Biden and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. When will they comply with THEIR oaths?

        • Tom Angle

          That should apply particularity to ALL those that took an oath. From a private to a general, a deputy to a sheriff, a council man to the president, etc… All are bound by their oath and if they are not willing to keep it they all should step down.

  • Dorrie

    The very day of the shooting, witnesses claimed to have seen THREE MUSCULAR MEN. No talk of a woman at ALL.

    • scocope

      A very easy mistake (that they were all “men”); there’s a reason why burkas are a good choice and she was one ;-)

      • Dorrie

        No. Too many eye witnesses claimed the same thing. They said “tall, muscular men”

        • scocope

          That leaves her out, a misidentification involving her would include, “Short ugly man”.

  • Drew the Infidel

    What should have been the investigation of an incident of a caveman type frontal assault has turned into a spectacle resembling trying to unscramble the eggs in an omelet. There is also the still unexplained 18 minute gap in the attackers’ activities after the assault.

  • Tom Angle

    Oklahoma City?

  • scocope

    I’m amazed they haven’t shut down this line of inquiry like they did in the Oklahoma City bombing. But then it was more urgent to do so then because otherwise we would have known about Islamic terrorism years sooner and demanded action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Third_Terrorist

  • Dave Mc

    First they must pursue all rumors regarding a 2nd person possibly involved in the mosque Bacongate. They’ll get around to the matter of the SB killer jihadis eventually.