By Tom Knighton
The San Bernardino terrorist attack in 2016 was an awful thing. It, too, led to a discussion about banning the AR-15. However, the fact that the terrorists didn’t purchase their own guns in the attack may have helped mitigate the outrage just a bit.
Now, the man who provided the weapons is looking down the barrel of 25 years in prison for his role in the act.
Authorities say a man who bought the weapons used by terrorists to kill 14 people in a 2015 attack in San Bernardino, California, should get 25 years in federal prison.
The government recommended the sentence Monday for Enrique Marquez Jr.
Marquez pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and to lying about two rifles he obtained for Syed Farook several years before the attack.
It seems Marquez was originally part of the planning of the attack before turning away from his more radical friend. He reportedly never tried to get the guns back from the terrorists.
Let’s be clear, he failed as a human being at pretty much every level imaginable.
Even if he had given up his radical thoughts, he knew what was being planned and failed to notify the …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms