CNN & MSNBC's Footage Of The San Bernardino's Home

Submitted by: megrendel 1 year ago in News & Politics

This is the most insane thing you have ever seen on live TV: BBC, CNN, MSNBC and NBC ransacks the San Bernardino shooters' home, rendering crime scene useless by all but looting the home of Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik. --MeGrendel

CNN’s law enforcement analyst: "I don’t see any fingerprint dust on the walls where they went in there and checked for fingerprints for other people that might have been connected with these two. You’ve got documents laying all over the place; you’ve got shredded documents… You have passports, you’ve got drivers’ licenses — now you have thousands of fingerprints all over inside this crime scene… I am so shocked, I cannot believe it."

There are 15 comments:
Male 51
remember the new normal...."Its not fair to judge"
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Male 1,073
It was the landlord who let them in. From the NY Times: The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, said at a news conference in Washington that he had seen the video of the reporters in the townhouse. “I think I’m neither unhappy nor happy,” he said. “When we are done with a location, we return it to their rightful owners and we have to leave an inventory under the law about what was taken. So, people got to see our great criminal justice system in action.” On Friday morning, after the authorities were finished, the owner, Doyle Miller, arrived to assess its condition. He allowed journalists inside the house (though not the garage, which the authorities say was where the bombs were made).
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Male 3,213
Ghouls.
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Female 8,058
I would agree, the Police should have secured the place, and even had they not then surely the TV crews should have more sense and respect. appalling...
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Male 7,123
I'm stilled puzzled by this. This was a crime scene, this was where they were assmbling explosive devices.May have met other radicals. What is the first thing you do with a crime scene? Keep everybody out except your guys. It could not be more basic. No way way they were finished with that place. Did they even put up the tape?
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Male 2,389
This must have been very early, because the picture I saw of the apartment showed it all boarded up.
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Male 329
We're "journalists". We don't need integrity.
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Male 7,123
Yeah, but surely there are laws? The guy wasn't even wearing gloves. Hang on, maybe these "journalists" were part of the plot. They knew their prints were all over the house from the meetings so they fudged the scene. Incredible stupitity or cunning guilt?
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Male 39,955
With the doors and windows busted in there's no way anyone's getting that deposit back.
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Male 7,123
This would suggest a level of carelessness that is quite difficult to believe.
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Male 8,560
A level of carelessness impossible to believe. This was a deliberate action designed to negate any findings that apartment may have produced. Any DNA or fingerprints that may have led to any of the middle eastern men reported by the neighbors has been rendered useless. Someone knows who at least some of the middle eastern men are, and wanted them to not be discovered. And it's obvious this action was taken at the order of someone in either a U.S. government position or the present administration. There is no other reasonable explanation.
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Male 39
Exactly.
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Male 7,942
wow.....real professional!
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Female 4,440
anyone else notice how they were more concerned about the damage done to the apartment from the FBI/police rather than the monsters that lived there? PLUS... are you seriously suggesting that the feds left bits of shredded paper etc? this reeks.
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Male 7,123
That's insane. Total contamination. No officers outside?
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