Transcript for San Bernardino Shooter's Extremist Views Posted on Social Media
We'll turn now, though, to the new questions about the female shooter in the husband and wife terror team who carried out that deadly attack in San Bernardino. It turns out that tashfeen malik may have posted more extremists view on social media. Let's get the latest now from kenya Whitworth. Reporter: So the FBI has concluded this search at the lake. This investigation is now moving into its 11th day. We're learning it's possible tashfeen malik posted a lot more on social media than we originally thought. That's begging the question, how could this be missed? Overnight, one of the many funerals of the San Bernardino massacre. Shannon Johnson's brother speaking after his funeral. The hero who saved Denise's life, telling her I got you. As investigators work around the clock trying to piece together how this happened, this morning, the search of a small lake has been concluded according to the FBI, the agency telling ABC news, items were retrieved but they cannot comment on whether they're related to the case. Investigators saying, they were hoping to find the hard drive missing from the couple's home computer. Rest assured, this investigation hasn't stopped to wait for what's coming out of that lake. Reporter: This morning, "The New York times" reporting that malik talked openly on social media about her views. Malik's Facebook page has been taken down but authorities believe she created this page, which includes comments critical of moderate muslims. "The New York times" reported while malik was being vetted it wasn't their policy to reveal social media postings. Cecilia. Still so many questions on how this could have been missed. We turn now to a major
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