Mother of California man who killed 14 to plead guilty to destroying evidence

Mother of California man who killed 14 to plead guilty to destroying evidence

The mother of a man who carried out a 2015 attack in San Bernardino will plead guilty to destroying a map that was thought to have been drawn by her son to plan the shooting that killed 14 people. Rafia Shareef, 66, will plead guilty to alteration and destruction of records. The charge against Shareef carries 20 years of sentence, but after a plea deal she will seek to reduce it to 18 months.

Timothy
Timothy
Daddy Tito
Daddy Tito 0 months

God damn he murdered 14 people and I’ve never even heard of him?

Macius
Macius 0 months

Another proof that closest family of these inbreds are supporting them. That's why, when one of them so something, his family should be charged with conspiracy at least.

Innerparty
Innerparty 0 months

Those faces !!!

Hanuman Ishmael
Hanuman Ishmael 0 months

Import the third world, get the third world. Do you want terrorism, because that's how you get terrorism.

porcus
porcus 0 months

He and his wife could not possibly have planned this mass murder in utter isolation from anyone else living there with them. Maps, ammo, guns, discussions on locations and times, all of that over some period of time. And how did the mother know where that map was and that it needed to be destroyed? She really should get far more than 18 months in a cage.

david dindu
david dindu 0 months

we shoild implement stoning

Up
Up 0 months

My hope, with news apps like this, is that we will actually see more stories that were otherwise covered up like this one. Then we can start to dispel the BS from the mainstream like "white supremacists" are the biggest threat to the public.

Gaius Octavius
Gaius Octavius 0 months

This happened 5 years ago, why the fuck am I just now hearing about it??

Roberto the Jew
Roberto the Jew 0 months

Quote unquote, a conversation with my interpreter in Iraq after detaining and questioning a local. I will never forget the conversation. Me: Bossam, do you trust him? Bossam: You cannot trust an Arab. Me: I trust you Bossam, are you saying I shouldn't? Bossam: You pay me and your government saved my family by giving them asylum. You paid my price. We all have our price. Enough said.

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