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On December 2, , 14 people were killed and 22 others were seriously injured in a terrorist attack consisting of a mass shooting and an attempted bombing at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California.
The perpetrators, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik , a married couple living in the city of Redlands , targeted a San Bernardino County Department of Public Health training event and Christmas party of about 80 employees in a rented banquet room. Farook was a U. Malik was a Pakistani -born lawful permanent resident of the United States. Four hours later, police pursued their vehicle and killed them in a shootout, which also left two officers injured.
According to the FBI 's investigation, the perpetrators were "homegrown violent extremists" inspired by foreign terrorist groups. They were not directed by such groups and were not part of any terrorist cell or network. FBI investigators have said that Farook and Malik had become radicalized over several years prior to the attack, consuming "poison on the internet" and expressing a commitment to jihadism and martyrdom in private messages to each other.
Farook and Malik had traveled to Saudi Arabia in the years before the attack. The couple had amassed a large stockpile of weapons, ammunition, and bomb-making equipment in their home. Marquez was arrested in December , and later pleaded guilty to federal charges of provide material support for terrorism and making false statements in connection with the acquisition of a firearm.
Marquez also admitted that, in , he conspired with Farook to carry out shooting and bombing attacks, plans which were abandoned at the time. Three other people, including Farook's brother and sister-in-law, were arrested for immigration fraud in connection with a sham marriage between Marquez and Mariya Chernykh the sister-in-law of Farook's brother.
All three pleaded guilty. The attack was the deadliest mass shooting in the U. Farook and Malik left their six-month-old daughter with Farook's mother at their Redlands home the morning of the attack, saying they were going to a doctor's appointment. Farook arrived at the departmental event at about 8: PST , Farook and Malik, armed with semi-automatic pistols and rifles , fired five shots, killing two people outside the building. Farook then entered a minute later and opened fire on those in attendance, followed quickly by Malik.
During the shooting, many of those in attendance managed to escape the room and flee deeper into the building, while those who remained hid underneath tables or in bathrooms, closets, and cupboards. A bullet hit a fire sprinkler pipe, causing water to pour down the banquet room, making it difficult to see. The perpetrators moved between tables, shooting anyone who moved or made a sound. One person was struck by a bullet that tore through an interior wall, while another was shot while trying to escape through a glass door near where the shooters had entered.
Three men attempted to stop one of the shooters, but all were shot; it was unclear if any of them survived. One victim was killed while shielding a coworker with his body. Some initially mistook the attack as an active shooter drill; some previous such drills had taken place in the same banquet room. An unidentified source told an NPR journalist that witnesses appeared to recognize Farook by his voice and build. The perpetrators left three explosive devices connected to one another at the Inland Regional Center, contained inside the backpack left by Farook during the departmental event.
The devices were described as pipe bombs constructed with Christmas lights and tied together, combined with a remote controlled car that was switched on. The poorly constructed devices failed to explode. It took three minutes and 32 seconds for the first police unit to respond to the shooting following the initial emergency call. Another team of four officers one from SBPD and the others from the Fontana Police Department entered the building from the northern side and partnered up with the first team in clearing all of the first-floor rooms.
As officers searched for shooters inside the building, others aided the wounded. Probation officers initially set up a makeshift triage center near the entrance of the building, but deemed it to be too close and relocated it across the street by Because survivors were soaked from water pouring from the fire sprinkler pipe, they became slippery for officers to hold.
Injured victims were carried out on blankets and chairs, as litters and tactical stretchers were unavailable at the time. An SBPD tactical medic supervised the extraction operation. It took 57 minutes to get the last of the injured to a hospital. Ultimately, about officers and agents from city, county, state, and federal agencies responded to the active-shooter event,  converging on the scene as people were being evacuated.
They were later detonated individually by a bomb squad , with the last detonation occurring at 8: The Inland Regional Center was declared clear by authorities at 9: Department of Homeland Security sent a Pilatus PC surveillance aircraft to the area, which circled the skies above San Bernardino for hours, mainly in the area where the shooting took place and in areas under investigation by police, and departed after the shootout between the perpetrators and police.
Law enforcement began a search for the suspects. A witness gave Farook's name to police, who quickly learned that he had rented a black Ford Expedition SUV with Utah license plates four days before the attack. They spotted Farook's vehicle leaving the residence and gave chase onto the freeway at 3: The SUV then continued onward onto East San Bernardino Avenue and entered a suburban area, where the shooter in the backseat, identified as Malik, began firing at police through the back window at 3: Immediately afterwards, the couple continued to exchange fire with police from inside their vehicle at around 3: Farook exited out of the driver's front door, stood between the two open doors, and opened fire on the same vehicle.
As more officers converged, Farook walked across the street towards some homes while continuing to fire, pinning officers behind their squad cars. He intended to flank the sheriff's deputy who had first stopped. Realizing this, several officers repositioned themselves and focused their gunfire on Farook. One police officer eventually shot Farook in the right side, allowing others to flank and shoot at him. Farook fell to the ground, shot several times in the legs and upper body.
He fired at the police once with a handgun as he lay wounded on the ground, injuring an officer before the gun malfunctioned. Farook was shot again several times and killed. Officers then fired on the SUV as Malik continued to shoot at them. During this exchange of gunfire, a second police officer was wounded. Using a police cruiser as cover, officers fired into the back of the SUV while rescuing the wounded officer and a second one.
The gunfire lasted for around five minutes before both perpetrators were killed. The sheriff's department confirmed that a man and a woman were killed.
The perpetrators fired at least 81 rounds. In the Inland Regional Center attack, 14 civilians were killed. According to autopsy reports released on May 27, , the 14 deceased all died from multiple gunshot wounds, and almost all of them were shot in the back. Twelve of them died almost immediately from their wounds, while the other two, Shannon Johnson and Bennetta Betbadal, later died at a makeshift triage center set up across the street from the Inland Regional Center.
In addition to the 14 killed, 22 others were seriously injured, either by bullets or other causes. In addition to the 22 injured, one police officer was hospitalized with a bullet wound suffered during the gunfight;    another officer was injured by flying glass or shrapnel.
After the attack, police identified married couple Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik as the perpetrators. On December 3, , the FBI took over as the leading federal law enforcement agency on the case,  treating the probe as a counter-terrorism investigation. The investigation found that the perpetrators were inspired by Islamic terrorists and terrorist organizations.
Comey said that they "were talking to each other about jihad and martyrdom," before their engagement and as early as the end of On December 16, , Comey said, "We can see from our investigation that in late , before there is a physical meeting of these two people [Farook and Malik] resulting in their engagement and then journey to the United States, they are communicating online, showing signs in that communication of their joint commitment to jihadism and to martyrdom.
Those communications are direct, private messages. In one Arabic-language online radio broadcast, ISIL described the perpetrators as "supporters" following the attack. During the police investigation into the attack, The New York Times reported that this language indicated "a less direct connection" between the shooters and the terrorist group.
The New York Times reported that it was unclear why the two versions differed. On December 1, , nearly one year after the attack, authorities speculated on Farook's forced participation in the training event and Christmas party as the trigger.
Newly discovered emails indicated that Malik had objected to the party and did not want her husband to participate. After the deaths of the perpetrators, the focus shifted to a small townhouse in Redlands, a few miles away from San Bernardino; the place where Farook and Malik met after the shooting and where they lived. PST on December 2, , police were executing a search warrant on the house. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives ATF was able to complete an "urgent trace" on the firearms less than two hours after the guns were recovered.
The couple was not completely successful in destroying their personal electronics, including mobile phones and hard drives, prior to the attack. Pursuant to a federal search warrant, the authorities also searched a townhouse in Corona twice,  where Farook's brother and father lived.
On December 10, , federal authorities began searching Seccombe Lake park in downtown San Bernardino after receiving a tip that the shooters visited the area on the day of the attack. A dive team was sent into the shallow edge of the lake to search for evidence;   nothing relevant was found. After the FBI completed a search of the perpetrators' townhouse, it was turned over to its landlord.
The scene was described as having a " media circus " atmosphere. On February 9, , the FBI announced that it was unable to unlock one of the mobile phones they had recovered because of the phone's advanced security features. The phone was an iPhone 5C owned by the county and issued to its employee, the shooter Farook. Apple declined due to its policy to never undermine the security features of its products.
The FBI responded by successfully applying to a United States magistrate judge , Sherri Pym, to issue a court order, mandating Apple to create and provide the requested software. Apple announced their intent to oppose the order, citing the security risks that the creation of a backdoor would pose towards their customers. In response to the opposition, on February 19, , the U. Department of Justice filed a new application urging a federal judge to compel Apple to comply with the order.
The same day, Apple revealed that it had discussed with the FBI four methods to access data in the iPhone in early January, but one of the more promising methods was ruled out by a mistake during the investigation of the attack. After the shooter's phone had been recovered, the FBI asked San Bernardino County, the owner of the phone, to reset the password to the shooter's iCloud account in order to acquire data from the iCloud backup. However, this rendered the phone unable to back up recent data to iCloud unless its pass-code is entered.
The San Bernardino County District Attorney, Michael Ramos, filed a brief claiming the iPhone may contain evidence of a possible third shooter and a "dormant cyber pathogen" that could have been introduced into the San Bernardino County computer network. On March 28, the Department of Justice announced that it had unlocked the iPhone and withdrew its suit. National reactions to Apple's opposition of the order were mixed./p>
The couple, who had reportedly been in a relationship for years, wed in January, but were separated within a few weeks. Anderson initially seemed to be a smitten husband, rhapsodising about his bride and proclaiming himself "blessed". But in February Anderson exposed a violent streak as he boasted on Facebook of having "almost personally attacked 3 Coaches to get my son Jared a scholarship". On 12 March, he shared a New York Post video of a man kicking an elderly woman in the face on a bus, entitled: Until they were married and then he showed the other side of him.
He began to pick on my daughter and talk down to her. And after about three weeks, my husband and I decided, you need to get away from him. In Anderson was charged with assault and battery, brandishing a weapon and disturbing the peace, but the charges were dismissed a year later. In , he was charged with two misdemeanour counts of battery in Kern Superior Court, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Somehow, the man who posted a selfie on Facebook a month ago celebrating "date night!!! Two children in the North Park Elementary School special needs class of 15 students were injured in the crossfire, authorities said.
The EU's upbeat assessment comes two weeks after officials dismissed the UK's proposals as unworkable. Newlywed shoots 'wonderful' wife in San Bernardino class 11 April He added that the City of San Bernardino, as well as San Bernardino County, were moving towards a radio system that will incorporate encrypted frequencies. President Barack Obama called for "common sense" gun safety laws and stronger background checks as part of a bipartisan effort to reduce the frequency of such shootings.
After the shooting, some Democrats sought to tighten federal gun control regulations, "laying blame on a culture that allows even people who are not permitted to board airplanes to buy guns with ease," while some Republicans criticized what they believe to be "the Obama administration's unwillingness to come to terms with the true threat posed by Muslim extremists.
The families of the shooting victims reacted to President Obama's executive action to tighten gun regulation and expand background checks. A number of family members expressed support for the plans as necessary and long overdue, while a few doubted whether they would reduce gun violence. Prior to the attack, a measure was sponsored by Senator Dianne Feinstein ; it would allow the U. The so-called "Feinstein Amendment" came to the Senate floor one day after the attack, but failed on a party-line vote , with Democrats in favor and Republicans opposed.
Senate floor, regarding federal gun control legislation. In the press conference, Meins asserted her support for gun control and questioned the Senate's vote against the Feinstein Amendment, explaining that more than 2, terror suspects were able to purchase firearms since The New York Times published a front-page editorial, the first in 95 years, which called for gun-control measures.
On April 20, , California state lawmakers gave initial approval to five gun control bills, which outlawed assault weapons with detachable magazines, prohibited the sale of rifles with the " bullet button " device, banned possession of magazines holding more than ten rounds, required the collection of information on people intending to buy ammunition for any kind of firearm, and required improvised firearms to be registered with the state and given a serial number. The measures have been opposed by a number of politicians and gun rights organizations such as the National Rifle Association and Gun Owners of California.
The city police were one of seven law enforcement agencies on the scene, and it is uncertain which agency fired what bullets. On May 31, , federal prosecutors filed a lawsuit against Farook's family. This lawsuit would allow them to seize both the proceeds of two life insurance policies and the policies themselves held by Farook, both of which listed Farook's mother as the beneficiary.
A federal judge must approve an application before the government can seize the money. On May 5, , a group created by San Bernardino County announced plans for a memorial dedicated to the victims and survivors of the attack, as well as the first responders involved. Groundbreaking was slated to begin on June 2, the six-month anniversary of the attack.
Immediately after the attack, classes were canceled at California State University, San Bernardino and at Loma Linda University following a bomb threat that was called in to the university's medical center, where many injured victims were being treated. On December 15, after the Los Angeles Unified School District received a threat of attack by "explosive devices" and other means, Superintendent of Schools Ramon Cortines ordered the closure of all schools in the district for the day.
Cortines cited the San Bernardino incident as an influence in his decision to close the schools. On September 9, , the Police Foundation and the U. On the one-year anniversary of the attack, it was reported that a number of survivors were accusing San Bernardino County of cutting off support for them. This included a lack of access to counseling or antidepressant medication, the injured attempting to get surgeries approved and physical therapy covered, a lack of assistance in dealing with a complex compensation workers' program, and health insurers refusing to cover injuries because they occurred during an act of workplace violence.
A county spokesman denied the accusations and said, "The county is, and always has been, committed to ensuring our employees get all the care they need. On the first anniversary of the attack, a bicycle ride was held at 7: A remembrance ceremony was held at a local blood bank at 8: Later that morning, over people employees at the Inland Regional Center held a moment of silence outside the building. Following the attack, county offices, including the Department of Public Health, were closed the remainder of the week, with only the most essential services remaining open.
California Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in San Bernardino County, since roughly 35 percent of the Department of Public Health employees were among those killed or wounded in the attack, and the attack left the county with very few health inspectors to do critical work.
The emergency declaration will allow the state of California to send in additional health inspectors for assistance. About 2, local residents gathered at a candlelight vigil at San Manuel Stadium in downtown San Bernardino the day after the attack. At the vigil, Mayor R.
Carey Davis praised the first responders, said that the tragedy "has forever impacted our community," and talked about how the community had come together following the attack. There were 75 named recipients in total, though the two police officers injured in the shootout with the perpetrators declined their share of the compensation.
President Barack Obama ordered U. The governors of several states also ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff in their states as well. On January 19, , Dabiq , the online propaganda magazine of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant , released an issue praising the shooting and the perpetrators.
Governor Brown said, "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims' families and everyone affected by the brutal attack. Such heinous acts also lead to serious difficulties for millions of Muslims who live in Western and other countries, and the extremists and nationalist elements in those societies look at Muslims with suspicions. Islamophobia is being spread around the world. What the terrorists are doing has nothing to do with Islam. In an address to the nation delivered from the Oval Office on December 6, , President Obama declared the shooting an act of terrorism, referring to the shooters as having "gone down the dark path of radicalization" and embracing a "perverted version of Islam.
And this is one where it's radical Islamic jihadists everyday are trying to kill Americans and disrupt and destroy our way of life. In the New York Review of Books , Wyatt Mason observed that a mass shooting at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic, committed by a devout Christian a week earlier, did not lead to the kind of rhetorical outpouring produced by the San Bernardino attack, and argued that the difference in response suggested racism was at work.
Some Muslim leaders objected to Obama's request that American Muslims help to "root out" extremism in their communities. On June 18, , President Obama issued a Weekly Address addressing the San Bernardino attack and a mass shooting that occurred at a gay nightclub six days earlier.
In the speech, he addressed the topics of homegrown terrorism and gun control. Being tough on terrorism, particularly the sorts of homegrown terrorism that we've seen now in Orlando and San Bernardino, means making it harder for people who want to kill Americans to get their hands on assault weapons that are capable of killing dozens of innocents as quickly as possible.
That's something I'll continue to talk about in the weeks ahead. In response to the shooting, Donald Trump called for a "total and complete" ban on Muslims entering the United States "until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on. The attack reignited the debate over whether U. Technology companies oppose such legislation, arguing that it would unacceptably undermine security.
The use of BearCat armored vehicles by police during the shootout revived debate over use of military and military-style equipment by police , with some law-enforcement officials saying that the shooting showed a need for police to acquire such equipment.
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