San Bernardino Killers Had 12 Bombs at Home


Police Chief Jarrod BurguanThe two San Bernardino killers had an arsenal at home in Redlands, California, that included a dozen bombs. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said Thursday that Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik carried 1,600 rounds of ammunition between them and placed a remote-controlled bomb at the Inland Regional Center, the Daily Beast reports.

They fired as many as 75 rounds in the conference room, killing 14 and injuring 21.

The two killers returned to the house in Redlands where police found nearly 4,500 rounds of ammunition and 12 improvised explosive devices. The two were killed in a shootout with police, who fired 380 rounds at them.

The killers were wearing black vests that held ammunition clips but were not wearing body armor.



  1. It’s becoming obvious that this country needs have tougher laws, just as in Europe, to control not only guns but also bombs, That will put a stop these senseless workplace incidents!

  2. A workplace incident? Arrant nonsense. You expect people to believe that a married couple with a new child were stockinging at least 6,100 rounds of ammunition and 12 bombs just in case anyone at work should here one of their feelings? That would be like dropping a bomb on your house to get rid of a mosquito. If there was any workplace factor there at all if was on deciding which particular group to murder rather than on deciding whether to murder at all. The Islamic terrorism was the goal – the rest was just a matter of chosing the prefered victims.