‘Evidence may have been perpetuated’ to incriminate suspects, says terror suspects attorney
By Shepard Ambellas | Email Author
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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (INTELLIHUB) — New information surfacing may indicate that one of the alleged mass shooters, Syed Farook Farook, 28, and possibly his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 27, who are suspected of killing 14 people at the Inland Regional Medical Center Wednesday may have been framed by the media and/or authorities as patsies.
Farooks family came to California from Chicago about 15 years ago and was “living the American dream,” said the accused terrorists legal defense team.
“He was working for the city, he had a full-time job, he was getting his Masters, he was married. […] His brother was enrolled in the Navy, he served overseas.”
The only thing that came up was “so slight;” just “co-workers making remarks at his beard,” Farook’s attorney told the press.
“No one has ever stated that he has acted out in a violent or hostile way toward anyone. […] They were a conservative traditional Muslim family.”
The legal team made it clear that there hasn’t been any “smoking gun evidence” showing any sort of “motivation at all.”
Most importantly Farooks attorney said the “pipe bombs” seem really out-of-place and made it a point to say, “you can’t really trust” the reports.
Farooks attorney also said, “I understand this particular evidence was found on the scene” but the information may have been “perpetuated” to demonize Muslims.
“There was a lot of questions drawn in regards to Sandy Hook and whether or not that was a real incident or not,” the attorney said.
The during part of the investigation FBI was “looking for some behavior that would show” links to “online accounts or visits to the Middle East” but found nothing, the attorney pointed out.
Additionally the attorney also made mention that Farook’s wife would likely not have even been able to carry such reported weaponry due to her petite build.