Interesting how the family of the San Bernardino terrorist has already lawyered up with some conspiracy crackpot.
A lawyer representing the family of San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook has questioned accounts of the massacre which saw Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik kill 14 at a holiday party on Wednesday morning.
Attorney David Chesley said they doubted the accuracy of information released by the police and FBI.
US Muslim Farook, 28, and Malik, 27, died in a gun battle with police after the mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center.
To illustrate his point, Chesley made a bizarre reference to the Sandy Hook massacre, suggesting it didn’t take place as described in the official narrative.
‘There have been suggestions that it may be something that was related to their work, that somehow he was a disgruntled employee,’ he said.
‘But it doesn’t seem plausible to us that this petite woman [Malik[ would be involved in this sort of hyper-caricatured, Bonnie and Clyde crazy scenario.
‘There were a lot of questions drawn with Sandy Hook and whether or not that was a real incident or not.
‘But I mean obviously these things were found there, how they got there we don’t know.’
The Sandy Hook shootings occurred in December 2012, when gunman Adam Lanza, 20, shot his way into the front entrance of the school in Newtown, Connecticut, which was locked at the time, and killed 20 children and six teachers, then shot himself to death.
When Chesley was asked if he doubted the events of Sandy Hook, he said: ‘There has been a lot speculation about it is all I would say.
Speaking of that “petite woman,” might he have a photo of her by any chance?