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originally posted by: ClassicCon
I understand that the media intrusion was at the invitation of the landlord of the townhouse. The police and other agencies supposedly have made their examination of the residence and they obviously took all the evidence they needed. Whats left behind is probably of no significance.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: boncho
FBI is all over this and somehow they let 50 people walk into the terrorists' home before any cops got to investigate?
Something doesn't seem right here.. big time.
originally posted by: Butterfinger
a reply to: boncho
There goes any kind of trial.
All evidence in that video and apartment can and will be thrown out of the trial.
This kind of stuff makes people think it was planned this way
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — The landlord of the townhome that was rented to the couple suspected of killing 14 people, and injuring more than a dozen others at a holiday party this week, opened the residence to reporters, and the public Friday morning.
Syed Rizwan Farook - a 28-year-old U.S. born citizen - and Tashfeen Malik - a 27-year-old woman - died after a confrontation with police. The two were reportedly married. Farook was a U.S. citizen, Malik was a foreign national who reportedly pledged allegiance to ISIS.
After approximately two hours, the house was boarded off, and closed; the landlord - Doyle Miller was escorted from the property in an unmarked car, CNN reported.
"I opened the door... it's getting overwhelming" said Miller to reporters on camera. When asked by reporters if they were allowed to go inside, he said "yeah."
According to CNN, the landlord used a crowbar to gain access to the rental home - telling reporters the FBI didn't tell him to not allow people inside. The assistant director for the Los Angeles FBI office confirmed the scene was no longer in their control, and it had been turned over to Miller Thursday night.
CNN reports the garage remains sealed.
originally posted by: WeAre0ne
Supposedly, I'm hearing on CNN, that the landlord got in trouble and was seen getting put in a police car and driven away.