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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, december 4th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." a stockpile of guns, ammunition, and explosives discovered in the home of the california shooting suspects. this morning, questions remain about the shooters' motives and how they obtained weapons, while families of those lost in the attack start to grieve. a seismic shift for the military. combat jobs to women.
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the green bay packers stun the detroit lions and their fans on the last play of "thursday night football"! >> richard rodgers! good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. federal investigators are still trying to figure out what prompted the mass shooting in california that left 14 people dead. gunman syed farook had been in contact with islamic extremists on social media. he and his wife had an army of weapons and explosives. the pipe bombs police discovered at the scene, and at their home referabled the design available on the online magazine in al qaeda fire. but they say there is no official link to terrorism. chris martinez is in san bernardino. chris, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you.
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telling us this morning, it appears this couple may have been trained somewhere in the use of firearms and explosives before plotting to pull off this massacre. still, this morning, police here say there is no clear motive. as thousands gathered at a candlelight vigil last night to remember those who died, the investigators are wondering how farook and malik could conduct such a mass murder. >> i can never imagine my brother or my sister-in-law doing something like this. they were happily married and had a beautiful 6-month-old daughter. >> reporter: investigators say farook traveled to syria and pakistan last year and came to the u.s. with his fiancee on a visa. while they were not on a watch
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with people both in the u.s. and overseas with possible tires to terrorism. >> when it adds up to me was qaeda. >> reporter: officials recovered thousands of bullets and more than a dozen pipe bombs inside the couple's home. cbs news has learned those devices remain from christmas toys. >> they were equipped and they could have continued to do another attack. we intercepted them before that happened. >> reporter: authorities are now searching for the person they say legally bought two military-style rifles used in the massacre. regarding those bombs, those ones that were very similar to the explosives found in that al qaeda magazine, police are telling us this morning that four of them that they found in the house were totally, completely made, ready to go and they had well more than a dozen others that were in some state of construction at that point. live in san bernardino,
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>> chris, thank you very much. it appears at least one of the 14 victims killed in the shooting had a contentious relationship with syed fa reek. he is being remembered as a passionate debater of religion. he was a restaurant inspector along with farook. a friend of thalasin os said the two had a heated dispute a few weeks ago and said that thalasin os called her during that argument and doesn't agree that islam is not a peaceful religion. jennifer thalasin os says her husband is was defined by his religion. >> i knew my husband would go down fighting, so i figured for him, he would have gone down fighting and he just had, like, the biggest faith and i file he was martyred. >> it's not clear if the
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the attacks. nicholas thalasinos was one of 14 victims identified in california on thursday. danielle nottingham is with a look at those who lost theirs lives. >> reporter: they included a woman planning her wedding. a father of six. a woman who escaped owe pregs in owner native country. their common bond, they all worked in the same office at syed farook. a christian, she escaped spers persecution and leaves behind three children, herr husband . 31-year-old nowin is known as the glue for her family. relatives say she was supposed to get married in 2017. amazing grace how sweet the sound
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dame high school in riverside, california, prayed for a member of their community. damien meins graduated from the school in 1975 but well known to current students and staff. >> this part of the chain gang, him and some other alum would come to every football game. they were so proud of our boys, especially this year, we were undefeated and so proud of what they were doing and being a part of our community. so proud of being an alum of notre dame high school. >> reporter: yvette velasco's relatives frantically searched for her after the shooting. her. michael wetzel and his wife had five children from previous marriages and one together. their church working to raise fund for the family. >> can anyone good come from san bernardino? what do you say? i say yes! >> reporter: at a vigil last night in san bernardino, all of
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>> this tragedy will not parallel para paralyze us and keep us from moving forward. >> she leaves beyond an oldest son. the oldest isaac amanios leaves behind a wife and three children. the tweet to think of the families who are hurting from the shooting. danielle nottingham, cbs news, san bernardino, california. >> we have much more about the victims and their stories on our website the san bernardino attack lasted about five minutes. but for the survivors, the memories will last a lifetime. many like chris dickey was sitting at a table five feet from syed farook but left to use the bathroom before the shooting started. >> there was no way that i can
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to this. until it happened and it was him. >> a law enforcement source says there are indications the suspect shot management personnel first. once again, the senate defeated a measure calling for purchases. the vote was 40-5. the proposal would have required background checks for all online shows. before the vote, president obama said it's too easy in america to buy guns. >> it's going to be important for all of us, including our legislatures, to see what we can do to make sure that when individuals decide that they want to do somebody harm, we are making it a little harder for them to do it, because, right now, it's just too easy. >> the senate rejected the same proposal two years ago. the san bernardino shooting and terrorism is dominating the talk on the presidential
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don champion is here in new york with more on that. good morning, don. >> reporter: good morning. the shooting has turned the heat up on debates over gun control, terrorism, and how the united states should respond to isis. as we reported, authorities still are not certain wednesday's shooting was an act of terrorism, but candidates from both parties are labeling it as such. >> i am convinced that was a terrorist attack. the president continues to wring his hands and say, we'll see. but those folks dressed in tactical gear with semiautomatic weapons came there to do something. >> all of us are deeply concerned that this is yet another manifestation of terrorism, radical islamic terrorism here at home. >> it's becoming clearer that we are dealing with an act of terrorism. >> reporter: now on thursday,
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defend comments he made this week in which he said he would, quote, take out families of suspected terrorists. does that mean? >> bill, bill. do you think the wives and the families knew exactly what was going to happen with september 11th? i do and i know they did. >> i don't. >> west i do. i think they did. and a take -- what israeli was doing for a period of time, take out means that you have to wipe out their homes where they came from. you have to absolutely wipe them out. it's the only way you're going to stop terrorism. >> reporter: an executive from the council on american islamic relations condemned trump's comments saying they could let to hate crimes and violence >> don champion here in new coming up on "cbs this morning," we, of course, will have the latest on the coming up on the "morning news." occupy city hall. black live matters protesters
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good times and in bad. >> last night, president obama remembered those who died in san bernardino. moments earlier, he and his family lit the national ristmas tree. rrs it was cbs' final "thursday night football" game of the season and what a way to go out. the detroit lions leading green bay throughout the game and despite a late rally the packers trailed by two points on what appears to be the last play of the game, green bay's aaron rodgers draws a 15-yard penalty and giving the packers one last shot. >> rogers in trouble. >> it's going to get there. >> he turned 32 yesterday. does he have a vintage moment in him? in the end zone, it is caught for the win! >> richard rodgers comes down with the hail mary pass to give the packers a 27-23 win. the packers snap out of a slump after losing four of five games.
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recapping our top story now. investigators are trying to determine if the attack on a california social services center was terrorism. the alleged shooters syed farook and his wife killed 14 people and wounded 21 others. syed farook had been in contact with known islamic extremists on social media. the pipe bombs they assembled are similar to designs from the al qaeda magazine "inspire." but the fbi says, so far, there is no official link to terrorism. four guns, two automatic rifles
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legally and they had enough ammunition to slaughter others with 4,500 rounds. mike madden was one of the first officers on the scene and he says the carnage was unspeakable. >> i tell you, it was something, although we train for it, it's something you're never actually prepared for. it was immediately evident that the reports that we were getting were 100% true. as we entered into the conference room, the situation was surreal. it was something that i don't think, again, we prepare for and they try to -- an active shooter, we talk about sensory overload, they try to throw everything at you to prepare you for dealing with that. what you're seeing, what you're hearing, what you're smelling, and it was all of that and more. it was unspeakable the carnage that we were seeing, the number of people who were injured and,
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and the pure panic on the face of those individuals that were still in need and needing to be safe. the initial 50 people did not want to come to us. they were fearful and they were in the back hallway area and that actually heightened my concern that -- and my fear that potentially the suspects were in that hallway holding them hostage and waiting us for to enter into the hallway. we had to tell them several times, come to us, come to us. and ultimately they did and once that first person took the motions forward, it opened the flood gates and everybody wanted to come and get away from that as quickly as possible. so, you know, we can't panic in those situations. these people have already dealt with enough. the last thing they need to see is their police officers panicking. then we went further into the building and that was a difficult choice to have to make
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ing ing assistance but our goal at that time had to be trying to locate the shooters and deal with them. there's so many families, as we go into these holiday seasons, are now going to have to deal with the tragedy that were left behind by this senseless acts of tough to deal with. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," shooting. plus president obama talks with norah o'donnell about climate change. that is the "cbs morning news"
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