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Colion Nior: LA Times Update – Suspects’ weapons were legally purchased

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According to the LA Times: Suspects’ weapons were legally purchased. Police said the two suspects were armed with two…
Posted by Mr. Colion Noir (@MrColionNoir) on Thursday, December 3, 2015

Incredible!

If they got them legally, it’s probably a given that they weren’t on the terrorist watch list, which is ironic, because Obama mentioned that a law is needed that prevents gun purchases for people on the watch list. It will fail if radicals such as these two are not on the watch list.

WTH kinda of buggery is this double-talk of theirs??

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CNN Sources: San Bernardino Shooter Was Radicalized; Communicated With More Than One International Terror Suspect

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/12/03/cnn-sources-san-bernardino-shooter-was-radicalized-and-communicated-with-more-than-one-international-terror-suspect/

A snippet:

San Bernardino shooter Syred Farook was apparently radicalized and in touch with more than one international terrorism suspects, according to law enforcement sources cited by CNN.

Farook reportedly communicated with overseas terror suspect over the phone and using social media.

The network also reported that Farook traveled to Saudi Arabia at least twice prior to Wednesday’s shooting that left 14 people dead and at least 17 injured. During one of those trips, Farook reportedly brought home Tashfeen Malik, his wife and parter [sic] in crime, on a “fiance visa.”

My comments:

WARNING: ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM COMING THROUGH!!!!!!!!!!!

They’re going to have a difficult time convincing the nation that this was a workplace-related. This wasn’t your run-of-the-mill active shooting. And all those gun-related laws that CA has didn’t stop or slow down this group. And the topic of creating laws to stop people on the terror watch list from purchasing guns…do you actually NEED a law for that?  And would that have stopped this group? They’d have had to have been on the watch list…I don’t believe they were on that list (they might be scribbled in, though).