More proof that the San Bernardino attack was pre-planned Islamic terrorism and not spontaneous workplace violence came when it was discovered the terror team deleted their digital presence a day prior to the attack.
Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik got rid of their email account and hard drives and smashed their cell phones the day before the attack, the Washington Times reported citing investigators.
While investigators seized one intact cellphone from Malik’s body two others they recovered had been smashed with a hammer, according to the Times.
Authorities also discovered that the motherboard and hard drive from the computer seized at their home were removed.
Doesn’t really sound like spontaneous workplace violence, does it?
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