HEY OBAMA: A HUGE Amount Of Money Was Deposited In Terror Couple’s Account 2 Wks Before Attack

Well, here’s a big shocker…NOT. I wonder who deposited this huge amount of money into their account? Do you think there were more people that were in on this? Duh.

Terror investigators have found a suspicious $28,000 deposit was made into the bank account of the San Bernardino gunman, just two weeks before he and his wife gunned down 14 and injured 21.

The latest finding raises the chilling possibility that Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik had outside help in their attack on the Inland Regional Center.

It comes as the FBI revealed the terror couple had been radicalized for ‘some time’ since they settled into married life in America in July 2014.

It has also emerged that they were targeting first responders with the pipe bombs they planted in the center and hoped to kill the brave men and women who rushed to the scene of the shootings.

Thankfully the bombs failed to detonate either due to a remote control malfunction or as a result of the buildings overhead emergency sprinklers.

‘This was meant to kill more, but also scare other future responders to attacks,’ a source with inside knowledge of the investigation told Fox News of the bombs. ‘This was meant to get into the minds of medics and officers who are arriving first on scene.’

News of the bombs was revealed after David Bowdich, assistant director of the FBI’s Los Angeles office, announced on Monday that Farook and Malik were radicalized and had been ‘for some time’. He added the bureau doesn’t know when or how they were radicalized.

Read more: Daily Mail

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