NBC News, CNN, Fox News and other media outlets entered the Redlands, Calif. home of the suspects in the San Bernardino shooting.
NBC was one of the first national outlets to enter the home after reporting that their reporters were granted access by the apartment landlord.
The landlord disputes that claim, insisting he didn’t let them in, and that they “rushed in.”
— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) December 4, 2015
MSNBC reporter Kerry Sanders showed unverified photos of a women, they speculated could be the shooter’s wife. They continued and showed a California driver’s license belonging to the female shooter.
MSNBC just doxed Rafia Farook, mother of a terrorist, on live television. I've blurred the important bits. pic.twitter.com/VqPwT60yVY
— David Boles (@DavidBoles) December 4, 2015
Inside the house were Qurans, prayer rugs, banking statements and health care identification cards.
CNN’s @StephanieElam says she’s seen “passports, drivers licenses, social security cards…” Is there a reason police didn’t take those?
— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) December 4, 2015
Things shown on MSNBC so far: banking information, drivers license, photos of unidentified children.
— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) December 4, 2015
This is journalistic malpractice. pic.twitter.com/iYqglTbH8Y
— Adam Goldstein (@A_H_Goldstein) December 4, 2015
— Kate Mather (@katemather) December 4, 2015
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