14 Killed in SoCal Massacre
Posted: Thursday, December 3, 2015
14 Killed in SoCal Massacre, 2 Suspected Shooters Dead
The suspected attackers have been identified as Syed Rizwyan Farook, 28 and Tashfeen Malik, 27, the San Bernardino police chief said.
14 people killed in shooting at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino
2 Suspects Named In Shootings That Killed 14, Wounded 17 In San Bernardino
Fourteen people were confirmed killed and 17 more wounded in a mass shooting at a San Bernardino community social services building.
'Devout' Muslim US citizen and his wife are identified as heavily- armed suspects who burst into his office holiday party and killed at least 14 people
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