Archer promised US support jihad on Facebook
- One of the gunmen in the massacre in the American San Bernardino has Facebook promised its support for Islamic Jihad. Also let them know ever wanting to join the armed struggle. Tashfeen Malik about it certainly sent two messages in 2012 and 2014, to a small group of friends from her native Pakistan. This writes the Los Angeles Times on Monday (local time).
Malek shot along with her husband Syed Rizwan Farooq on December 2 fourteen people dead and wounded 21 others. The couple died during the shootout with police. The Facebook messages were discovered by agents of the FBI. Those investigations include whether Malik and Farook had help from others, financed by them, or are forced to carry out the murder. Another consideration is whether the two have been in direct contact with foreign terrorist organizations. In that context, the FBI had previously announced that the couple was radicalized and spoke at least two years of martyrdom and jihad. They'd met each other in 2013 on the Internet. Visa According to the Los Angeles Times show the messages on social media that the US security and intelligence signals that Malik was a potential danger, have missed. The messages were written in Urdu, the official language of Pakistan. Malik wrote to her Pakistani friends about jihad before they entered on the visa of her then fiancé the United States in July 2014. The investigation into the massacre in San Bernardino still continues. Divers from the FBI have sought three days in a lake near the crime scene. There, the couple would have been right before or after the shooting and may have dumped a hard disk of a computer. The divers have brought some objects above water, but they appear unrelated to the crime or the couple have.