Family attorney claims spark more conspiracy theories
By Alex Thomas | Email Author
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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (INTELLIHUB) — Since the moment Sayed Farook and his wife were identified by authorities as the terrorists who killed 14 people and injured over 20 more many have questioned their motives as well as how they were able to carry out such an attack without any outside help.
Now, in an interesting interview with CNN, Farook’s family attorney has put forward many of those same questions as well as revealed multiple interesting details that the mainstream media has so far refused to cover.
It is important to note that the attorney could very well just be putting things out there in order to save face for the family and possibly confuse the American people. With that being said, it would be insane not to at least cover the recent statements made by attorney David S. Chelsey.
Chelsey is first asked by CNN correspondent Chris Cuomo how the family can explain how Farook apparently went from someone they knew and loved to someone who could do something so monstrous.
“There’s a lot of disconnects, and there’s a lot of unknowns, and a lot of things that quite frankly don’t add up,” Chelsey replied.
Keep in mind that both investigators and witnesses have claimed that at least 2 gunman stormed the conference room with military precision before lighting up the entire room and killing at least 14 people. One expert even called the shooting a “professional murder.” Clearly the attackers were heavily trained which doesn’t seem to line up with the physical and mental characteristics of the shooter and his wife.
“She was never involved with shooting, she is prolly about 90 pounds so its unlikely she could even carry a weapon or wear some type of vest,” Chelsey continued.
Towards the end of the brief interview the attorney makes a previously unheard claim that, if true, brings the entire official narrative into question.
“Where the couple was found, from what I understand, is that they were handcuffed, lying face-down in this truck, shot up.”
Does this mean the accused terrorists were handcuffed AFTER they were shot by police or is this attorney claiming that police shot them while they were cuffed or that they found them like that? Very interesting indeed.
Writing for the Free Thought Project, William N. Grigg detailed even more oddities surrounding the attack and its aftermath.
According to CNN, the couple had left damaged cell phones in a trash bin on the scene. Citing unnamed “authorities,” the network said that this suggested that the couple “was trying to hide their tracks, and make it impossible for investigators to see what was on their cell phones.” Of course, this could have been done more easily by not bringing the incriminating cell phones with them, rather than discarding them at the scene of the massacre.
The hard drive on the couple’s computer is also missing, which has resulted in a subpoena to their Internet Service Provider. A dedicated member of a terror cell would try to destroy electronic information that could incriminate co-conspirators. According to defenders of the NSA’s all-encompassing electronic surveillance, Islamist radicals are being more careful to avoid leaving cyber-breadcrumbs that can be followed; merely removing a hard drive from a desktop computer wouldn’t be enough.
Another oddity, according to CNN reports, is the composition of the explosives found in the couple’s home: The recipe followed in making the pipe bombs does not match any of the formulas associated with al-Qaeda, ISIS, or other known terrorist groups.
So far the facts that have been revealed clearly do not point to the normal operating procedure of Islamic terrorists although that could have been done on purpose to throw authorities off.
While we may never know the exact details, the claims made by Chelsey deserve further investigation at the very least. It’s obviously possible that he is just spewing BS to help his clients but one has to wonder what actually happened during that horrific day?