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originally posted by: JacKatMtn
a reply to: marg6043
The chart can be seen in the first link..
there were over 43K approved fiance visas in 2014 after a period of years that were from the 24K-32K range...
a significant spike last year... which in the end could mean nothing, but I sure do hope that the State Dept is going to review that process, to be more diligent in vetting out the applications, considering Malik's went through with a non existent Pakistani address and actually went through the entire process from fiance status to being granted permanent status this summer...
originally posted by: butcherguy
The whole story is really getting depressing.
I don't think we have heard half of what will end up coming out.
originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn
Actually I am watching hardball and they are debating the "fiancé visa" they are now stating very clear that the fiancé visas could be the ticket for ISIS to infiltrate the US and getting recruits, they also said that the woman was the one with the training and the one that probably push her husband into becoming a martyr.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: queenofswords
Should we implement anti-mask laws now? I may be wrong, but I think the KKK were forbidden from wearing hoods in public. Should we nip this in the bud before all these women begin parading around in public masked by their burqas.
Listening to the news tonight, I was struck by the fact that nobody could identify her at all. They said she attended a mosque of 500 and NOBODY in that mosque could describe her appearance...not even her voice!!
Before this gets out of hand, I think they should not be allowed to cover their entire face in public.
That would probably be a religious infringement.
Eyewitnesses, crime-scene evidence, and helicopter footage of Syed Rizwan Farook’s Tashfeen Malik’s demise aren’t enough to convince the family’s attorneys of their guilt.
Attorneys representing the Farook family, David S. Chesley and Muhammad Abuershaid, hinted at a possible conspiracy surrounding the husband and wife team of terrorists who killed 14 and wounded 21 in San Bernardino, California, Wednesday.
“There’s a lot of things that, quite frankly, don’t add up or seem implausible,” Chesley said during a CNN interview with Chris Cuomo on Friday, Mediaite reported. “She was never involved in shooting. She’s probably about 90 pounds, so it’s unlikely she could even carry a weapon or wear some type of a vest or do any of this. … It just doesn’t make sense for these two to be able to act like some kind of Bonnie and Clyde or something. It’s just ridiculous. It doesn’t add up. It doesn’t add up, the military skills to carry out something like this, really. I’m just telling you straight out – it doesn’t make sense.”
The woman who took part in the ISIS-inspired San Bernardino massacre is linked to her native country's most notorious radical mosque, American officials believe.
Sources have told Daily Mail Online that US officials handed over information to their Pakistani counterparts about links between Tashfeen Malik and the Red Mosque in Islamabad.
The mosque is infamous for its links to violence and authorities in Pakistan are now considering taking action against its preacher, Maulana Abdul Aziz, after the disclosures by US officials.
It is unclear currently how law enforcement and intelligence agencies in the US have connected Malik to the mosque.
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originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
Way back, a thousand pages ago in this thread, I said a certain someone is not going to be satisfied until he destroys this country and smashes it into tiny bits by dividing every single race, religion and ideological belief with a 15 TRILLION dollar sledge hammer!
This is just the tip of the iceberg.
Pakistani authorities probe shooter Tashfeen Malik's possible ties to militants,
Intelligence agents have questioned members of Malik’s extended family in the province of Punjab, an area that is considered one of the nurseries of Islamist militant organizations, according to Pakistani intelligence agents.