Accuracy in Media

So she was a terrorist-in-waiting and the vetting process didn’t catch that?

San Bernardino terrorist Tashfeen Malik sent at least two private Facebook messages to a group of friends in Pakistan months before she arrived in the U.S., pledging her support for Islamic jihad and expressing hope she could someday join the fight against the West, according to a published report.

The Los Angeles Times, citing two federal law enforcement officials, reported that one of the messages was sent in 2012 and the other in 2014. The paper’s report added that the messages were written in Urdu, Pakistan’s official language, and sent only to “a small group of her friends.”





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