Is something rotten in San Bernardino?

The evidence is overwhelming that the San Bernardino shooting was a terrorist plot, and suspicious information keeps being revealed. We now know the attack was planned since 2012, and that a $28,000 deposit was made into Syed Farook’s bank account two weeks before the attack.

 There’s also reason to be suspicious that a third shooter may have been involved. Some news outlets suggest the third shooter never existed — and was merely a figment of the “fog of war” in the early minutes and hours immediately following the attack. However, there remain multiple eyewitness accounts — and persistent questions — about the existence of this potential third shooter.

To quote Pamela Geller:

One eyewitness, Sara Abdelmageed, gave extensive detail to Scott Pelley on the CBS Evening News. Here’s the exchange: “I heard shots fired and it was from — you know — an automatic weapon,” Abdelmageed said, “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. As soon as they opened up the doors to building three one of them started to shoot into the room.”

Abdelmageed said that 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 rifle six magazines I just saw three dressed exactly the same.”

Pelley asked her: “You are certain you saw three men?” Abdelmageed answered: “Yes. It looked like their skin color was white. They look like they were athletic build and they appeared to be tall.”

Another eyewitness, Juan Hernandez, saw the same thing: three men. He said the shooters were “three white men in military fatigues” who “took off” in a “black Impala or SUV.”

CBS Evening News titled one of its early reports: “Officials: 2 of 3 suspects dead in San Bernardino shooting.”

And then suddenly, the third man disappeared. No media reports mention him anymore. No law enforcement officials appear to be searching for him. He is gone without a trace, and no one has even noticed that he is missing, or was ever there in the first place.

What happened to the third man, if these accounts are accurate, is a mystery. So who could it be? And where is he now?

Some are dismissing the notion of a third person, saying that it was someone who ran away from the scene because he had an unrelated misdemeanor warrant. Others are chalking up the third shooter to imagination and conspiracy theories, akin to searching for a shooter on the grassy knoll…

Source: Whatever happened to the THIRD San Bernardino shooter? – Allen B. West –