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originally posted by: Nyiah
originally posted by: BatheInTheFountain
I just DON'T get it. I thought there were THREE suspects. Now the word is it was some Muslim Bonnie & Clyde team, where "Bonnie" is some unknown female possibly Saudi?
I can't find ONE photo of her. And what happened to the third Perp??
Good god, Captain Oblivious, you won't find a goddamn picture of ME in existence, either. I don't like them taken. FFS, not everyone is a camera ham, are you so dense as to not think of that?
Why don't you chill out, get over yourself, and take a break from the interwebs for a while this morning? It's not doing your critical thought processes any good right now.
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
a reply to: butcherguy
Imagine the terror they felt seeing someone you work with shooting
originally posted by: Xcathdra
Some food for thought reference the third person.
When we investigate a crime where you have multiple witness the first thing we do is ask people to not discuss what they saw with other witnesses. This is done to prevent accidental false accounts of what happened. People will give an account and will include info they were told but did not witness.
When you are in a life and death situation your fight or flight response kicks in. The effect on the body can cause people to see things that are not there. They can see a suspect and then see the suspect again from a different angle and register it as 2 people instead of one.
If you put 29 witnesses in a room where they all experience the same situation you will get 29 different versions of what occurred. You run into the issue where witnesses use their opinion based on their personal experience.
Thin to one person could be average to another.
To one person the suspect looked young and to another middle aged.
The person is Hispanic to one and middle eastern to another.
The number of officers involved in shootings that say they fired 4 times in reality emptied his clip where others say they fired 8 times and only fired 3 times.
In general it takes about 3 days for a person to start remembering other details of the incident.
originally posted by: JacKatMtn
From a tweet so, "grain of salt" just digging for new details...
In @npr talk, @HussamA of @CAIRLA says suspect Farook was US-born, of Pakistani descent. Tashfeen Malik born Pakistan, lived Saudi Arabia.
Before the attack, Mr. Farook, 28, who was born in Illinois and whose parents are from Pakistan, joined colleagues at an annual holiday party for the San Bernardino County Public Health Department, where he worked for five years as an environmental inspector, officials said. He had attended the same party the year before, and he did not appear out of place.
Hussam Ayloush, the executive director of CAIR, said the couple left their six-month-old daughter with Farook's mother in the city of Redlands early on Wednesday morning. They told her they were going to attend a doctor's appointment for the wife. They never returned.
originally posted by: LukeDAP
So, uhm... what happened to the Russian wife? How come now he has a Pakistani (is that it?) wife?
I'm sorry, I'm just super confused.