The radicalized Muslim and his Pakistani wife who killed 14 people in San Bernardino used the same designs as the Boston Bombers to put together 12 pipe bombs, reports suggest.
Police raided the home of US-born Syed Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, and found a chilling cache of 4,500 bullets they didn’t use for the attack, and tools used to make explosives such as IEDS.
The armory they developed, which included the 1,600 bullets and four weapons they took to the scene of the shootout with police, could have cost them as little as $4,000.
The pair seemed to be using blueprints found in many issues of Inspire, Al Qaeda’s extremist online publication in the Arabian Peninsula. The magazine in the past has outlined how …