Woman Didn’t Report San Bernardino Shooters Out of Fear of Being Called ‘Racist’

According to a local Los Angeles news report, a neighbor of San Bernardino massacre suspects Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik didn’t report suspicious activity at their apartment in fear of being accused of racism.

Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik were identified as the culprits behind the  deadly shooting which resulted in at least 14 lost lives. Farook was a devout Muslim who recently returned from Saudi Arabia. Malik, Farook’s wife, was reportedly a staunch supporter of ISIS and had built a possible connection with the extremist group.

According to journalist Will Carr, a neighbor of the pair actively chose not to alert the authorities of Farook and Malik’s suspicious activity because “she did not want to racially profile.”


1 Response

  1. Willian Penn Name

    If you see something don’t say something unless the person is white American seems to be rule these days. The government needs to make up its mind on which one is more important stopping potential attacks, or being politically correct and culturally sensitive. The line is certainly thin between them. However, if government was doing its job properly and fully utilizing its surveillamce systems they probably would have had them under 24 hour surveillance once they were identified as being terrorist/militant group sympathizers in conjunction with the firearm purchases.

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