Eyewitness to San Bernardino Terror Attack Still Says ‘three tall white men did it’

2015 San Bernardino shooting map location of mass shooting, OpenStreetMap (CC BY-SA 2.5)

The controversy over what really happened in San Bernardino last week is just beginning to heat up. Right after the lawyers for the alleged attacker’s family said that they do not believe the suspects did it, yet another eyewitness to the attacks maintained that the real attackers were three, tall, athletic Caucasian men in tactical gear.

“It looked like their skin color was white […] they appeared to be tall”, the eyewitness said.

Investigators with the ATF recovered police issued firearms from the alleged shooters.

This detail was accidentally mentioned by 2016 GOP Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina during a press interview. After this was stated, the mainstream media never mentioned it again.

There were also widely-reported active shooter drills that had been taking place near the crime scene. Early reports claimed these were taking place hours before the attack. Later the narrative changed to the day before.

One eyewitness to the attacks, Sally Abdelmageed, was an employee at Inland Medical Center where the attack occurred.

How could she have interpreted two shooters, a man and a petite woman who weighed less than 100 lbs, as three Caucasian, athletic-built military men?

Abdelmageed explained to CBS News that “I heard shots fired and it was from you know an automatic weapon.”

She added that it was all “very unusual. Why would we hear shots?”

“As we looked out the window a second set of shots goes off […] and we saw a man fall to the floor. Then we just looked and we saw three men dressed in all black, military attire, with vests on they were holding assault rifles,”

she continued.

“As soon as they opened up the doors to building three […] one of them […] started to shoot into the room.”

She explained that while she

“couldn’t see a face, he had a black hat on […] black cargo pants, the kind with the big puffy pockets on the side […] long sleeve shirt […] gloves […]huge assault riffle […] six magazines […] I just saw three dressed exactly the same.”

The reporter then asked again, to be sure, “You are certain you saw three men?”

“Yes,” Abdelmageed reaffirmed.

“It looked like their skin color was white. They look like they were athletic build and they appeared to be tall.”

The CBS reporter then shot down her eyewitness account, reminding views that the FBI just told them that one of the shooters was a woman, and that the third shooter didn’t exist.

“And of course we just learned that one suspect was a woman,” they dismissed.

Watch the video report below…(US only)

Can anyone explain why eyewitness sources are being dismissed in favor of one of the most bizarre narratives in the history of law enforcement and counter-terrorism?

(Article by M. David and Jackson Marciana)

Articles by: Counter Current News

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