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Farook planned earlier terror attack, says pal who supplied guns in San Bernardino shooting

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The mysterious pal of Syed Rizwan Farook who bought the rifles used in last week's deadly terror attack in Southern California has told authorities Farook aborted an earlier attack, Fox News has learned.

Enrique Marquez, a former neighbor who is reportedly related to Farook by marriage, is cooperating with investigators and has not been named as a suspect in last Wednesday's attack, which left 14 dead and 21 injured in a San Bernardino social services facility. Authorities have so far said they believe Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, are the only known perpetrators of the attack, although Marquez was identified early on as the legal purchaser of the two AR-15 assault rifles used in the attack. 

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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/12/09/investigators-believe-syed-farook-planned-attack-prior-to-san-bernardino/?intcmp=hpbt1

So, this guy purchases the guns "legally". There's the ticket! Never mind that there are already laws in place about the transfer of firearms. So they were gotten illegally by the shooters anyway. 

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1 minute ago, Cinnamon said:

So, this guy purchases the guns "legally". There's the ticket! 

Exactly. Step by step...

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And of course they ask about his habits at the local mosque, and, of Course, they take the Imam "official" at their word. :jptdknpa:

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Absolutely love the closing paragraph: "The K-1 visa program is among the smallest visa categories managed by the government. Of more than 9.9 million visas issued in fiscal 2014, just 35,925 -- roughly 0.3 percent -- were fiance visas, according to State Department figures."

Nice attempt to alleviate the public fear, ONLY 35,925 were issued in 2014 :yShVbSg:

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