Feds Make This HUGE Discovery Inside SB Shooter Syed Farook’s Mother’s Vehicle.
As the Obama administration's Attorney General, Loretta Lynch threatens Americans who may use what she determines is ‘anti-Muslim’ speech, disturbing discoveries were made by the FBI during its search of the a car belonging to the mother of one of the Muslim attackers in last week’s San Bernardino massacres.
Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a search warrant for the vehicle belonging to Rafia Farook, the mother of Syed Farook, half of the husband and wife jihadi couple who burst into a holiday party, slaughtering 14 and wounding many more.
The 62-year-old grandmother, who lived with Malik and Farook, was detained for questioning and released.
The search yielded an empty “GoPro” package, the camera ISIS terrorists have used to film terror attacks, including their last moments as they sought martyrdom in violent attacks against what their holy book calls “infidels.”
Rafia Farook’s, a four-door Lexus was found near the Farook apartment when FBI agents cordoned off the surrounding area to search for weapons and explosives.
In fact, the jihadi couple, that had a six-month old baby daughter, had rigged explosives to detonate and kill first responders to the slaughter in the Inland Regional Center conference room where the holiday party was held. The devices were soaked with water when the ceiling sprinklers deployed in the room.
Rafia, is an active member of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) and received a “certificate of appreciation” from the group, which actively promotes the establishment of a global caliphate and is connected to a Jamaat-e-Islami, a radical Muslim group in Pakistan.
Tashfeen Malik, who was married to Syed Farook, and participated in the holiday party massacre, was born and attended school in Pakistan from 2007 to 2012.
The FBI’s inventory of the items found and seized in the Farook car included vice grips, a hammer and other tools, an Apple iPhone, a receipt for a bank deposit, a U-Haul and tire receipt, a notebook, and legal documents. The federal agents also found paper targets, presumably from the shooting range where the couple practiced two days before the terror attack.
The discovery of the “GoPro” cameras, indicating that the couple intended to film their attack, is additional indicator that the two were, at minimum, ISIS-inspired, if not actually directed by the Islamic State terror group.
Early reports from the San Bernardino police department said that the couple was wearing the cameras, although that statement was later rescinded.