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Criminal complaint illuminates San Bernardino gunman's ties to Islamic militarism

Criminal complaint illuminates San Bernardino gunman's ties to Islamic militarism

Syed Rizwan Farook's Riverside home was a storage locker of twisted inspiration.

It was there that he studied the magazine published by Al Qaeda that explained how to blow up a crowd of people and spent his days absorbed in conversation about Islamic extremism with his friend Enrique Marquez Jr.

It was there, too, that Farook — who, along with his wife, killed 14 people in San Bernardino this month — watched videos produced by a terrorist cell in Somalia.

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Details about Farook's links to radical Islamic ideology came into clearer focus Thursday in a...

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