Enrique Marquez arrested in connection with the San Bernardino shooting. 

By Trissean McDonald

Investigators reports that Enrique Marquez bought the .223-caliber DPMS model AR-15 and Smith & Wesson M&P15 that were used in the carnage created by Farook Rizwain and his wife Tashfeen Malik.

The weaponry  were purchased four years ago prior the drastic incident, killing 14 and injuring about 22 other individuals. However, there’s no paperwork indicating Marquez legally giving the weapons to the murderous couple.

Foorak reportedly asked Marquez to buy the weapons for him because he was afraid that he wouldn’t pass the background check, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Marquez, 24, checks himself in a mental health facility after the December 2, 2015 castrophe. Expressing himself via social media he said, “I’m very sorry sguys. It was a pleasure.”

Investigators reports that Marquez and Farook conspired an act of terrorism in 2012 together; however it was canceled, due to their fear of terror-related arrests in the area at the time.



San Bernardino Mass Shooting 

By Trissean McDonald

San Bernardino, California: On December 2, 2015 Syed Rizwain Farook and Tashfeen Malik, a married couple, aggressively opened fire during a holiday party at the Inland Regional Center; a developmental facility.

Reportedly, at least 14 people died and 22 became injured; most of these individuals were employees for the county. Investigators stated that the killers attempted to cover their tracks by destroying emails, cellphones, and other electronics at their home in Redlands, California.

Both Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, were assassinated in a shootout with law enforcement. Farook, who was actually born in the United States and worked for the county, reportedly along with his wife Malik, who was a native of Pakistan, had an arsenal of ammunition and several pipe bombs in their home. Enrique Marquez, a friend of Farook and Malik, allegedly bought two of the guns used in the carnage.

Later after the massacre, Marquez enrolls himself into a mental health facility. Also upon hearing the dire news, Enrique replied via social media, ” I’m very sorry sguys. It was a pleasure.”

Agents have searched his home, seizing potential evidence, and Marquez has been interviewed repeatedly. There’s no information if Marquez is a potential suspect at this moment. Also, there’s no information on Mr. Marquez’s mental health status.

Additionally, no records are publicly accessible displaying any diagnosis or prognosis for Mr.Marquez. As for Mr. Farook, there’s no immediate information of him having any mental disparities. However in a statement filed in July 2008 obtained by TMZ, Syed Farook’s mother stated that her husband was, “throwing stuff, screaming, an alcoholic, is mentally sick, and on prescribed medication.”

Although the father is allegedly mentally ill, there’s no linkage between father and son. Perhaps there is. However, because of heavy investigation, information is not yet publicly divulged. The motive behind the shooting remains inconclusive; however investigative officials, are ruling it an act of terrorism.

Malik reportedly sworn allegiance with ISIS; nevertheless, it’s too early into the investigation to collect information surrounding the motivation behind the allegiance Malik reportedly made.


American arrested after wanting to fight for ISIS

By Trissean McDonald

Mohammed Hamzah Khan of a Chicago suburb was arrested Saturday October 4, 2014 at O’Hare International Airport while waiting to board a flight to Vienna.

His plan was to fly to Istanbul from Vienna and then make his way into Syria or Iraq to fight for ISIS. Khan was charged Monday in a federal criminal complaint. According to an affidavit filed, Khan purchased a round-trip on September 26, 2014 to travel from Chicago to Istanbul.

Federal agents searched his home after observing Khan pass through the airport security checkpoint on Saturday afternoon and recovered handwritten documents expressing support for ISIS. Khan faces a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.