About ,000 was deposited into Farook's account shortly before he and his wife carried out the attack on Dec. The money could have possibly come from an online lending company, authorities said.Eyewitness News learned that Marquez married the sister of Syed Farook's brother's wife, but there is little evidence they acted like a couple, and investigators are taking a close look at the marriage.The second child, a 9-year-old boy, was in critical but stable condition as of p.m. • Photos: Three dead, one wounded in San Bernardino school shooting Police do not believe Anderson intentionally targeted the children.And, San Bernardino City Unified School District Superintendent Dale Marsden said, all district policies were complied with when Anderson was let onto campus.Building 3, which is where the mass shooting took place, has been closed indefinitely.
Comey said the couple was inspired by foreign terror organizations."We're working very hard to understand exactly their association and the source of their inspiration," Comey said.Forget swiping right, Sydney singles will now have the chance to meet dates as they exercise through a cycle speed dating event this weekend.The Sydney Rides Festival and Soul Roadies are hosting their second speed dating event on bicycles on Saturday, October 28 in Centennial Park from 5pm. Unlike dating apps such as Tinder, which is free, the cycle speed dating event costs per person.Comey said they were talking about jihad and martyrdom before they became engaged and started living together, which means they were radicalized as early as the end of 2013. "Whatever God does only he knows better, and only God knows why did it happen."Wednesday marks one week since the deadly terror attack at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino that left 14 people dead and 21 others injured. ABC News reports that members of Congress were informed by the FBI that Farook's former neighbor, Enrique Marquez, is believed to be the accomplice in that 2012 plot, the news source said.This comes after news that the 24-year-old may face criminal gun charges after federal authorities said Marquez may have purchased two of the weapons used in the attack because Farook didn't want his name on file in connection with the assault-style rifles.