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bernardino suspects as a terrifying arsenal is found inside their home. >> they are coming together to remember the 14 people killed in the massacre. anna kooiman is live with the new developments in san bernardino. >> good morning to all of you at home. investigators are saying the san bernardino terror suspects had more than 6,000 rounds of ammo. 1600 with them when they were taken down by police following that short chase and more than 45-found inside this home along with small explosives strapped to a remote control car is one of many reasons investigators say this couple may have had more sickening acts planned down the track. i want to tell you what was found inside the home. 12 pipe bombs, hundreds of ied tools, more materials for bombs, 2,000 nine mill met meter rounds and 2300 rounds and several
hundred 22 rifle rounds as well. the wife 27-year-old tashfeen malik had been on a fiancee visa. they smashed cell phones in an attempt to erase their digital footprint one day before the attack. i spoke last night to the husband and thichildren of one the 14 victims killed in wednesday's attack who spent two decades in law enforcement. he has this to say. >> what's the best thing about your wife you are going to remember s remember? >> everything. my house is their house. everything she touched. >> we will try to get that sound for you coming up at 5:30. i asked him is this terrorism, is this radical islamic extremism, is this workplace violence? he think it's a combination of
all three and everyone needs to be vigilant if you see something to say something. last night sat bern bern came o -- san bernardino came out in packets. they rose to their feet and sang "god bless america." here is more sounds from people coming out for that. >> don't call it something else. it is terrorism. power of prayer is what gets the community together to show support and get people through this. god is working in people's lives if you have a spiritual base. once again our country is founded on this, too. >> and heather and lia, you have seen the headlines, god can't fix it, god isn't saving you, prayers don't work is what a lot of residents are hearing when they see headlines like that, but not last night. they were finding so much strength from one another and finding strength from their faith. inside you see from the
candlelight have you gone gill we sincerely thank all who have shown their lo and support at this time resilience is only strengthened by our solidarity. they are trying to come back. >> eventually they will. thank you so much, anna. with he will check back with you. the tragedy shattering lives forcing families to face a new normal. >> probably the worst day of my life not knowing how to tell your kids that daddy is not coming home. >> the 14 people senselessly gunned down have just been identified. to that we turn to will car live in san bernardino. >> the corner did name all of the 14.
>> she fled islam to get away from extremism. now, at the same time the police response is being praised by the community, especially now that we are learning just how much firepower the suspects had. authorities releasing pictures of the guns used by the suspects. all four used. farook fought the happened gun. they fired 76 round at officers. malique frying -- malik firing from the back of the suv. they had over 1500 rounds on them. they were ready to do more damage. for the first time we are hearing from first responders. we heard from mike madden who was one of the first inside at the regional center. he said the carnage was sewer real and a sense of training
nobody was prepared for. >> it was unspeakable, the carnage that we were seeing, the number of people who were injured and unfortunately already dead. the pure panic on the face of those individuals who were still in need and needed to be saved. >> while the community is celebrating the 14 lives at the same time everybody asking why, what was the motivation behind all of this carnage. lea? had>> will car in san bern den no this -- will carr in san bernardino. thank you, will. gop presidential candidates says this means we are at war with islamic extremists. president obama is refusing to call the massacre an act of terror. >> it is possible that this was terrorist related, but we don't know. it's also possible that this was workplace related. >> the president continues to raise his hands and say, we will
see. but those folks dressed in tactical gear with semi automatic weapons came there to do something. we need to come to grips with the idea that we are in the midst of the next world war. >> this president, former secretary of state cannot call it for what it is, it is islamic terrorism that wants to destroy our way of life, wants to attack our freedom. they have declared war on us and we need to declare war on them. >> the official motive is still unknown. five people were gunned down by a jihadist government is back open for business. cafe bonnar is the fist business to reopen since 130 people were killed in the attacks that happened three weeks ago. the owners say it's their way of moving forward but not for getting about what happened. >> u.s. army crews grounded at
11 bases amid a series of deadly helicopter crashes. 8 servicemen and pilots have been killed in training missions in the last ten-days. the most recent happened on wednesday that was in tennessee. the grounding in effect through monday. it is intended for all crews to reaffirm their safety measures. >> now on the front lines a hisic move the pentagon is eliminating restrictions for women in combat. garrett tiny is live in washington with the controversial milestone. >> good morning. >> good morning, lea. no job is off limits in our forces. ash carter opened the final 10 percent of military position to win it it means they will now be allowed to serve in the military's most elite unit such as the army delta unit, navy seals as well as the marines. >> this means that as long as they qualify, they meet the standards women will be able to contribute to our mission in
ways they could not before. they will be allowed to drive tanks, fire mortars lead infantry soldiers into combat. >> carter added equal opportunity will not mean equal participation and jobs will be assigned by ability. the military's desire to expand the talent it recruits from. the joint chief of chaff previously argued the marine should be allowed to keep women out of certain front line combat jobs. he says he will fully support carter's decision. while the defense secretary gave each bran of the armed services 30-days to submit plans for making the change congress will have to look over the plan and several members of the house armed services will express over the plan. >> garrett tiny in washington
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in a scathing investigation into the secret service. >> secret service is an agency in crisis. as we peeled it back and look under the hood the more i have seen the more i worried about the president's own safety and security. >> a new bipartisan report by the house over site committee detailing a half dozen previously undisclosed secret security breeches that includes criminals getting within feet of the president. rampant mismanagement and critically low moral within the agency. >> in the past year 56 individuals have been arrested for isis related activity. how easy is it to become radical on-line? founder of terror view.com joshua cats. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me.
>> when you look at the numbers 56 arrested for isis activities and the average age of the americans 86 percent are men, but more and more are becoming women, radicalized women who are in this country and they are making a connection between the two and that being dating and that being the case in this situation. how are they recruiting each other? >> this has been a process that has been developing in the last couple years. federal law enforcement federal intelligence services are behind the 8 ball here. this is the web the isis and other islamic extremists used the internet first to recruit. now what they are doing is pairing couples together. this is really just a problem i can't express to the viewers here how rampant it has become>> tell us how it happens.
basically here we don't know many details here but malique she was apparently from pakistan and then we know he was of course an american citizen. he lived here. they met somehow on-line. reportedly got together in audi arabia that was april in the springtime and then they came here. how did they meet? >> a lot of those came out. more than likely they were introduced by an intermede air are i. there is somebody that knows the two in some way and they put them together. as we focus more on malik and her background, these two were paired for a specific reason. we are not going to be able to reason at the end of the day. >> in terms of social media we show studies show twitter is
where they primarily like to use facebook and other social media accounts as well. twitter they go in and delete the accounts. but as soon as they are deleted another one pops up. right? >> it is ridiculous. through terror view we are tracking that. it is a badge of honor for a lot of these on-line jihadists when their accounts get shut down. for them it is a big joke. literally within minutes they had another account they keep going. the intervention by social media companies is not nearly adequate. i think they could be working a lot more with the federal government and with us to identify and thaet what we are doing with terror view is identify the issues so that people have the information to react prior to becoming a victim. >> they can start out innocently enough. there are about 300 we know of. they are called ambassadors.
a third of those are in fact women. joshua, thank you for joining us. we will be back at 5:40 with more. >> the time is 19 minutes after the hour. could gun control prevent another san bernardino shooting? >> common sense gun laws would deter terrorists. >> peter doocy great job in this. the wait until you hear why the white house thinks so? new charmin ultra strong, dude. cleans so well, it keeps your underwear cleaner. so clean you could wear them a second day. new charmin ultra strong. it's 4 times stronger, and you can use up to 4 times less. enjoy the go with charmin.
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>> welcome back. the senate rejects expanding background checks for guns bought on-line or at gun shows. the measure was the same proposal the senate jeekted months after the massacre in newtown, connecticut. this as the white house says that it is looking for ways to tighten gun controls. including possible executive actions that the president can take in. it is part of a directive president obama ordered in october. meantime white house press secretary josh earnest saying president obama believes common sense gun laws would deter jihadists who are planning attacks while questioned by fox news peter doocy. listen to this. >> when there are potentially two terrorists standing around planning a mass murder they may call it off because president obama has put in place common sense gun laws. >> peter, we are still learning of the precise motives of the
individuals who carried out this heinous act of violence. anything we know the four firearms we are willing were legally purchased under the laws put in place now? they are still investigating the investigation but making it harder for people with bad intentions to buy weapons harder to do that essentially makes the country safer. >> a fox news alert. police revealing the san bernardino shooting rampage with anything spontaneous saying the killer had an arsenal of weapons and a virtual bomb factory in their home. there is a difference between a disgruntled employee and jihadis planning mass attacks. how do local police train for this? joining us now is shooting prevention expert chris. let's get into this. fbi sources told me they had experts screened for this type of scenario. by the time they get there it is
too late. u to be ready to handle this. how do you train? >> there are two different types when you train. 17 to 23 before police can make contact with the first victim. it is up to the local law enforcement agencies to get the most training possible for active shooter response. what we need to do is focus on the people that might be the first responders which would be the possible victims. the best way to do that is common sense approach to this type of training. >> a neighbor said she saw suspicious activity at the couple's home but didn't want to say anything to potentially feel like she was profiling. the fbi says if you see something unsafe say something. people don't want to be politically incorrect. how do you know the difference? >> you keep walking hoping for the best. i feel horrible for the first
who said something and other familiar i wills who did say something. i will tell you it is just a difficult time and it is a a bad citying law that was placed on this. >> you say shelter in place. >> the number one training in texas they train trainers and what we do is we go out and train the people that are possibly the victims. respond to a threat and get out. you don't want to approach the shooter. the people are afraid of failure. if you run they don't want to chase you they don't want to fail at what they are doing. we saw this in san bernardino. >> thank you for joining us. thank you for your service. >> thank you so much. >> the time now is almost half past the top of the hour.
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taking christmas out of the christmas party. "fox and friend first starts right now. >> good morning to you. welcome to "fox and friends first". nice to have you here and everyone at em who. i am heather childers. >> i am lea gabrielle. new details emerge about the san bernardino terror suspects as an arsenal is found inside their home. the community is coming together to recommend the 14 people killed in that massacre. anna kooiman is live with the new developments. good morning anna. >> good morning heather and lea. here's what everybody is saying about the san bernardino terror suspects. they had over 1600 rounds of ammo, 1400 when they were taken down by police followed by the police chase. more than 4500 rounds inside
their home along with small explosive devices strapped on to remote control cars. it this is one of the reasons they had a larger more violent attack planned down the track. i want you to take a look at what it is that investigators found inside the home. 12 pipe bombingings, hundreds of ied tools, more material the from bomb making, 2,000 9 millimeter rounds and 2500 223 rounds and several hundred 22 rifle rounds. he had been in touch with social media with extremists who was on the fbi's radar. tashfeen malik was on a fiancee visa from pakistan. they deleted e-mail accounts and deleted hard drives and smashed cell phones to try to erase their digital footprint one day before the attack. i talked to one of the husbands
of the one of the victims. he has been in law enforcement and here's what he says how the case should be classified. >> when you hear this was workplace violence or terrorism or radical islamic terrorism which one would you classify it as? >> all of the above. >> what's the best thing about your wife you are going to remember? >> everything. there was nothing -- she was an angel. erg about it. there's nothing i can't say. unfortunately an evil man took that away from me. >> she was always there for me. she was basically he my best friend. i told her everything. >> they held a candlelight vigil in the stadium. they rose to their feet while singing "god bless america". hearse what some of the residents are saying? >> i saw all of the law enforcement rushing through. it was horrific. to the families that have lost ones, i pray for you and don't
lose hope. god is behind us. i pray for you. >> all of the prayers and hopefully the victims are feeling them from the community and across the united states and around the world. coming up at 6:00 a.m. we are going to be diving into what may have set off these shooters. back to you. >> anna kooiman in san bernardino. we will be looking forward to that. shattering lives and forcing families to face a new normal. >> he's our dad. there's no words. >> the 14 people gunned down have been identified. 14 innocent lives have been lost. the coroner came out and
identified all of the victims, nicholas salacino, sierra clayborne always smiling, bennett taw bet-badal, robert adams, juan espinoza, tin nguyen, shannon johnson, yvette velasco. michael wetzel aurora goodoy, isaac amanios harry bowman. all four guns purchased legally. farook bought the hand gun. they are looking for the person who bought the ar 15 which farook and malique used to fire 76 rounds at officers during that gun battle. malik firing out of the back of the black you have. they had more than 1,400 rounds on them 12 pipe bombs at their home. authorities believe they are were ready to do more damage.
for the fit time they are hearing from first responders lieutenant mike madden was one of the first inside of the inland regional center. the carnage was real. even with training it was a scene nobody was prepared for. >> it was unspeakable, the carnage we are seeing. the number of people who were injured and unfortunately already dead. the pure panic on the face of the individuals still in need and needing to be safe. >> while they are celebrating the lives lost, they are also wondering how farook and malique two members of the community could kill so many. heather, i can tell you we know farook was a health inspector. the restaurant across from the hotel realized two weeks ago he went in and inspected their restaurant gave them an a grade. once they realized that was him they have since taken that down.
heather? >> these stories continue to come out from the survivors. it is really worth listening to. >> thank you very much, will. appreciate it. >> the country is still wielding. the storm warns another attack will lakely likely happen very soon. >> i don't want to say something because when i do something, it happens. i have a feeling that within the year there could possibly be another one in america possibly through europe. but it is a feeling i have. these people they are not going to stop. we christmas that's what you want to destroy. we have celebrations, the new year this is where they want to hit us. 2016 is going to be a very bad year for all of us. >> home grown jihadists pose a bigger threat than foreign born terrorists.
in a university national poll 58 percent say jihadis raised in america are their biggest worry. >> feeling more like fall for most of the country this weekend. like fall is already december. maria molina is tracking some rain in the weather center for us. good morning. >> we are tracking very heavy rain and also significant amounts of snow out west. it has been very active out here. this pattern is forecast to continue even into early next week. heads up across washington state, oregon and even down into california. you can see already early this morning it is a busy picture on the radar. we are going to be seeing a bit of a break as we head into later today and into early saturday. our next storm system will be arriving. so we already have with us winter warnings and winter weather advisories. here's a look at the break that we are talking about. that rain should continue through out the day today and snow and a break comes in tonight and the next storm system already moves in bringing
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the university of tennessee releasing guidelines and suggestions for students at holiday parties. celebrations according to them should not be a christmas party in disguise with no emphasis on religion or culture. supervisors should not endorse any party that does. this includes, games, foods and holiday cards. even eliminating secret santa. some new details to tell you about emerging about the wife involved in the san person dino shooting that left 14 people dead and 21 now wounded. 27-year-old tashfeen malik may have influenced her husband. is she the one we should be looking at? here to weigh in is a muslim scholar and author of "in the land of invisible women." thank you for joining us so early this earning mo. a lot of information is coming out about these two. how they met on-line,when they
got married approximately two years ago. she was 27 or 28 years old. should we be focusing on her and is it possible she is the one that actually radicalized farook? >> that is a great question. each time something like this happens the media is captivated by a female jihadist. the a long history going back to palestinian suicide bombers. >> most recently in paris. >> not only in paris but here in the united states. we had a pakistani national an academic and was found to be providing material support to al qaeda. >> we should say malique was fr -- malik which is from pakistan. >> which is the country of my parent's heritage, too. certainly what is unusual about this event and i believe it contains many features of islamic jihadism. not just workplace. there may have been an ality but
seems like a mission behind the plan. the collaborators were actually married. many times female jihadists are jolted in marriage divorced, experience bereavement, not good enough to marry but good enough to die for a mission. this is very different in that nature. we should look at her closely. >> it appears they did not intend to return home because they dropped their baby off six months old with the grandmother. >> exactly. when we ask ourselves how can we not identify them -- >> that's what i was goings to ask you are there warning signs? >> i gater the co-worker plassnd a baby shower for the family. the extended family was anticipating a new grandchild. there was something covert about their activities. the leaders in the area mentioned they were not surrounding mosques. this does speak to bedroom radicalization. you mentioned, we read the fbi
found he was engaged in conversations with those inial shabab there was a concealed life they were both leading. probably the influence of one on the other by directional the women spurring on the man ant the man collaborating with his wife. >> you mentioned el shal sha elb a bosch atavened tached to a t car that is one they are known to use. >> this is particularly devastating for the pakistani who make their home in the united states. among the most socially mobile and financially powerful u.s. muslims we are and this really is devastating for us. >> thank you ahmed thank you for joining us with your insight. the time is about 15 minutes to the top of the hour. the feds frantically searching the san bernardino shooter's digital profiles.
what that says about their ties to terror. first let's check in with steve doocy with what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> coming up on "fox and friend continuing coverage from san bernardino with reaction from florida senator and presidential candidate marco rubio. he will be right here on the cou -- couch. geraldo and judge jeanine pirro will be with us. plus we are talking about the war on drugs in florida and how now what the dealers have done is they are now disguising heroin as pills that look like things you pick up at the drug store. has the ep didemic with heroin gone mainstream? is 53 minutes kicks off in 11 and a half minutes from now for the channel you trust for your morning news. see you shortly.
investigators across the country trying to figure out a motive behindment san bernardino shootings as new questions emerge about the suspects' ties to terror. we have former cia operative and founder of terror view.com joshua katz. nice to see you. let's get into this. we're now learning that it couple erased e-mail accounts, disposed of hard drives, mother boards for computers, they rented a car. for those of us who serve in the intelligence operation's community, we call this trade craft. what does this tell us? >> it tells us that they planned this in meticulous detail. they didn't leave anything out. they went through and made sure that it was going to be as challenging as possible for people at the end of the day to put the pieces back together
again. they were trained in person or they were trained online, we'll see that shortly, but they had some pretty good training and some -- they're intelligent people, unfortunately. >> josh, speaking of tactics that this couple apparently used, we know that malik entered the country in july on a k-1 visa. that's when a fiance plans to marry an american. farook was on dating websites. they used the internet to recruit women to join us as wives of jihadi fighters. are we seeing that terrorist organizations may be now using basically americans to get in the country through marriage legally? >> i don't think that this is a new thing. i think that we've been seeing this for a long time but haven't recognized it. it's taken this tragedy to really bring it to light to the public. yes, jihadist organizations, al
qae qaeda, isis and others are using dating websites around the globe to identify potential recruits, to pair recruits together, and this is the -- i think this is going to come out that this pair was put together for this particular purpose. and josh, just last week, the nsa lost its ability to collect met a data for cell phone records. investigators are trying to piece together if the people had ties to others who may be plotting attacks. what does this tell you about where our country is going in terms of the privacy versus security debate? >> it's a deebate we need to have. this bulk collection would not have prevented it. what would have prevented this is a lot more human intelligence. that interaction that the human intelligence also from the family, what did the family know, the reporting when you see something weird, how do you and
what do you do? that could have helped here, but that bulk collection of data would not have made a difference because of the trade craft that was being used. >> many security experts would argue that meta data collection would at least show ties to terrorist organizations, to potential jihadists that might be in the country and also other attacks that could be happening in the future. thank you for your expertise joshua katz this morning. >> thank you. the time is five minutes before the top of the hour. an arsenal of weapons uncovered at the couples' home. this morning, a hunt for another person and their possible ties to the massacre. a military milestone where women are now welcome.
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the time now is two minutes before the top of the hour. police are searching for a man who bought two rifles used in the san bernardino massacre. a final farewell for the police officer killed in the deadly rampage at colorado springs planned parenthood clinics. officer garrett swasey is survived by a wife and two children. women can be used for all combat positions. what do you think? should women be allowed on the frontlines of combat? weigh in now on our facebook
page. the national restaurant association suing new york city over new salt warning labels on menus. they accuse them of overstepping their legal bounds. >> that wraps it up for today. it's going to be another busy day. >> it is. "fox and friends" starts right now. >> bye. good morning to you. it is friday, december 4th, 2015. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. this is a fox news alert for you. new details emerging about the killer couple's plan for murder. he was radicalized but did he go rogue. were they plotting something even bigger? what we have just learned live from san bernardino. >> and the faces of the victims revealed. a married father of six. a health care worker who wanted to change the world and a mom who fled persecution. she left iran for a better life here. >> came into the country to live the life of opportunity.