Sheriff 'Still Active Crime Scene' As News Comes Press Mob Inside Farook Home
Ashamed hell, they should be jailed and sued:
Friday, December 04, 2015
Crime Scene Becomes Media Circus as Journalists Rifle Through Shooters' Home
The Corporate Press has clearly set a new landmark for which they estate of the Farook family should sue them bankrupt for the care of their 2 year old child.
UPDATE to main article on the murder by assault weapons in San Bernadino.
Sheriff's official says apartment is still an active crime scene
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputy Olivia Bozek said the apartment that reporters were allowed to enter Friday morning is still under investigation.
"My understanding is it was an active crime scene," she said.
Reporters were allowed by a landlord to enter the apartment of San Bernardino assailants Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik. The chaotic scene was broadcast live on news channels.
A man was seen using a crowbar to open the plywood-covered front door, allowing a rush of reporters, photographers and videographers to spill into the home.
Bozek said the Redlands Police Department and the FBI are handling the crime scene at the home.
“As far as they told us, it’s still an active investigation going on over there so I don’t know why there’s people in there,” she said.
— Joseph Serna and Stephen Ceasar
Saw one comment that said one news org reportedly paid $1000 landlord to enter.
especially California tenant law and crime scene laws as well.
The Corporate Press probably have divisions of lawyers that should have discouraged this.
What a sickening fail of police to cordon this off.
The FBI has some responsibility for this, and should be disciplined for it.