Raising eyebrows are claims from the family of San Bernardino shooter, Syed Rizwan Farook who have told through their lawyer that they believe that the FBI and other law enforcement agencies have purposefully misrepresented the extent of Farook and his ‘petite’ wife’s involvement.
Speaking to press, family attorney, David Chesley said Farook’s family doubt the accuracy of information released by law enforcement agencies.
In a bid to accentuate his point the lawyer made a ‘bizarre’ reference to the Sandy Hook massacre (as perpetrated by Adam Lanza in December of 2012), suggesting it didn’t take place as described in the official narrative.
Told the lawyer via report via the dailymail: ‘There have been suggestions that it may be something that was related to their work, that somehow he was a disgruntled employee,‘
‘But it doesn’t seem plausible to us that this petite woman [Tashfeen Malik ] would be involved in this sort of hyper-caricatured, Bonnie and Clyde crazy scenario.
‘There were a lot of questions drawn with Sandy Hook and whether or not that was a real incident or not.
‘But I mean obviously these things were found there, how they got there we don’t know.’
When Chesley was asked if he doubted the events of Sandy Hook which dictated a 20 year old gunman slaughtering 20 schoolchildren and 6 teachers after barging in a Newtown, Connecticut school, the lawyer said: ‘There has been a lot speculation about it is all I would say.
‘There’s a lot of people that said it happened but hasn’t happened in the way that it was purported to have taken place.
‘There’s no question that incidents have taken place and evidence was found but we just question some of that.’
Regarding the weapons cache cops found at the family home which included more than 1,400 rounds of ammunition and 12 pipe bombs, Chesley said: ‘Obviously, these things were found there, how they got there we don’t know.’
The attorney went on to suggest there is ‘a lot of motivation at this time to emphasize or create incidents that will cause gun control or prejudice or hatred toward the Muslim community.’
Of consideration is why the family decided to bring on the services of the lawyer, how they have attempted to deflect condemnation from the community (many who have found it difficult to believe that they had no knowledge had stockpiled a dangerous arms cache at the family home) along with the rampant incestuous commentary from the media pitting the idea of Muslims as serial terrorists.