Officials at the Islamic Center of Riverside said Farook attended the mosque seven days a week and was described as a quiet person who never showed signs of violence.
Farook graduated from California State University, San Bernardino in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in environmental health, according to CSUSB spokesman Joe Gutierrez. Farook's brother-in-law, Farhan Khan, said the suspect married 29-year-old Tashfeen Malik, also of Pakistan, two years ago. regulations, Farook would have petitioned for Malik to enter the country and they were to be married within 90 days of her entry.
Federal authorities interviewed Marquez over the weekend after discovering that he had given the assailants two semiautomatic weapons.
A source said there was no indication at this time that Marquez had any knowledge of the plot.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Your advice of finding groups with Poker, comics, reading, etc. As a woman who takes classes at a gym..time a new man shows up in the class, there's a different vibe, and the women get excited. And if you had a small chance to meet the woman of your dreams..soul mate...future mother of your children...small as the chance might be, I'd personally try it. Yes, I agree that joing a group is a good way to meet people...joining a group that has a majority of women is a better way to meet a woman. You are acting like if every dude in a class makes an impression.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Join a gym and go after work..the trick is to socialize at the gym -- take the classes (filled with women! Ultimately, you need to figure out something that interests you, then socialize around it. Last time I checked, poker groups and comic groups don't have a huge female population. Your advice of finding groups with Poker, comics, reading, etc. So if a out of shape dude is in the class, the ladies pay attention?
Officials also said Farook and Malik, had gone to gun ranges in the Los Angeles area in the days before Wednesday's massacre, in which 14 people were killed and 21 were injured.
The FBI said Monday that the San Bernardino shooters had been radicalized "for quite some time," but investigators were still trying to determine whether they had links to foreign terror organizations.
It wasn't clear if that is the only type of weapon he practiced with, Galletta said. 2 Health Department event San Bernardino County's Department of Public Health hosts an event in a conference room at one of the buildings that make up the Inland Regional Center complex at 1365 S. Marquez entered a mental hospital after the attacks, according to two law enforcement sources.
I'm like you tu2mama, I'm old school too, I prefer now to do it in meeting by chance, hobbies would be one thing to try, a friend of mine plays tennis, belongs to group (of all ages) that plays tennis in other areas, & shes always meeting people.....
I do suggest Meetup.com, because I belong to some of the groups, (Zumba Dance In Banning, for ex) & you choose by your interests like hiking, yoga, socializing, singleparents etc....w/everything though you just have to be careful, but it can be done....
His parents, Syed Farook and Rafia Sultana, were born in Pakistan and obtained U. Farook was an American citizen, while Malik was in the United States on a Pakistani passport and had a K1 "Fiance" Visa, according to David Bowdich, assistant director of the Los Angeles FBI office. The Saudi Embassy in DC confirmed Farook traveled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from Chicago on July 2014 for a total of nine days with Malik, and authorities were investigating the circumstances surrounding the trip. 16, 2015, the couple married in Riverside, according to a marriage certificate obtained by ABC News. Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, told ABC News the suspects dropped their 6-month-old baby off with one of their mothers prior to the attack, claiming they had a doctor's appointment.
Police said the pair rented a black Ford SUV used in the attack days prior to the carnage at the Inland Regional Center and was due to be returned the day of the shooting.