Bizarre news feeding frenzy erupts inside San Bernardino terror shooters' former home

CNN, via NYT

Just when you thought the surreal San Bernardino mass shooting or is it terrorism or is it a BHO false flag to take our guns couldn't get any weirder, it gets weirder.

Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik's landlord opened up the suspects' townhouse today, and let TV reporters inside. Earlier, investigators found pipe bombs and many thousands of rounds of ammunition in the couple's rented unit.

A reporter for MSNBC who got in held a California I.D. card up to the live camera, effectively doxing Rafia Farook, mother of presumed mass killer Syed Rizwan Farook. Under the CFAA, when “hackers” do stuff like this, they get prison sentences.

The MSNBC live shots from inside their former home included close-ups on photographs and other personal belongings, including other identification documents. One of the photos shown on TV was of a child.

A CNN crew was there, too.

“CNN, like many other news organizations, was granted access to the home by the landlord,” a CNN spokesperson told the Washington Post.

“We made a conscious editorial decision not to show close-up footage of any material that could be considered sensitive or identifiable, such as photos or ID cards.”

From the New York Times:

A man named Doyle Miller was interviewed on the scene and identified on CNN as “Killers’ Landlord.”

The trailer at the bottom of the screen read: “LANDLORD INVITES MEDIA INTO KILLERS’ HOME.”

Authorities in San Bernardino say that on Wednesday, Malik and Farook shot scores of people inside a conference room at the Inland Regional Center. Some 14 people were killed, and another 21 wounded.

"14 killed in mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA."