San Bernardino: This Would Never Happen at a Real Terrorist Shooting Crime Scene
by Melissa Dykes Just in case you weren’t absolutely sure, the dog is absolutely being wagged in San Bernardino. Never in a million years ...
Just in case you weren’t absolutely sure, the dog is absolutely being wagged in San Bernardino. Never in a million years would what you are about to see happen at a real terrorist mass shooting crime scene.
Reporters from every mainstream media outlet you can think of swarmed the apartment of mass shooting suspects Syed Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik, the couple we have been told are the ISIS-pledged terrorists who shot 14 people at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino just two days ago.
In one of the most insane things you might ever see, dozens of “journalists” with camera crews rampaged a fresh crime scene, stomping all over everything, touching stuff without gloves as they rummaged through the couple’s belongings like it was a flea market going out of business or a Black Friday Christmas sale instead of part of an ongoing investigation of what America has been told is the deadliest shooting since Sandy Hook and an ISIS-linked terror attack on U.S. soil.
One person contacted us who was born in the 1950s, when television news was still in its infancy. She said she witnessed the apartment raid live on MSNBC during a lunch break today and she had never seen anything like it. People were shoving each other, throwing stuff around.
The reporter was filming a bunch of photographs that had babies and children the couple knew in them until another reporter cautioned they weren’t supposed to show people’s kids on TV without the parent’s permission.
They ransacked a computer room and found a shredder with shreddings still in the basket and they were all remarking that they couldn’t believe the police wouldn’t have taken those shreddings as evidence.
Speaking of evidence, they found lists on a table of all the items confiscated by the FBI. She said they also filmed the lady’s driver’s license and other ID cards without hiding any of the personal information. She stressed to me again that she was in complete disbelief.
What is the first rule of a crime scene if not to secure it to make sure any evidence is not tainted?
Unless this isn’t a real crime scene at all.
Just consider what happened after Sandy Hook. Not only was the school building off limits and guarded, but even the road leading up to the building, not even the building, was guarded as well (until they bulldozed the building of course… although it might still be guarded even today).
And yet, two days after what we are told is an ISIS-related terror attack on American soil, and the deadliest mass shooting since Sandy Hook, and we’re all supposed to believe the authorities running the show would leave such a high-profile crime scene filled with lots of potential evidence in a brand new ongoing investigation that isn’t even 48 hours old open to reporters and camera crews by the dozens riffling through it and trampling it like they’re fighting over flat screen TVs on sale at Walmart the day after Thanksgiving?
If you cannot see what a steaming pile of bullsh*t this is, you might not be able to see anything at all.