Someone has some explaining to do.
Media members bombarded into the San Bernardino apartment of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik Friday afternoon, after the property’s landlord pried off the board covering the door.
With cameras armed, MSNBC caught the first images of the Farook and Malik’s apartment. A driver’s license, various pictures, and multiple Korans were shown live on television.
CBS News quoted the landlord as saying he didn’t allow media to enter the property, “they rushed.” However, the landlord reportedly provided interviews when media went inside the apartment and later seemed to suggest he didn’t prevent media from entering and looking around.
Less than 48 hours since the massacre had taken place, many were left wondering why the media was in the apartment of two terror suspects – potentially contaminating a crime scene.
Read more: The Blaze
San Bernardino Sheriff's office tells TheBlaze that he has "no clue" who would have authorized reporters to enter suspect's home.
— Chris Enloe (@chrisenloe) December 4, 2015