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Feds Investigate How San Bernardino Couple Received $28,500 Loan

The San Bernardino couple who opened fire at a holiday party.

The San Bernardino couple who opened fire at a holiday party.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Federal investigators are trying to determine how the California couple that opened fire at a holiday party obtained a $28,500 that may have financed their massacre, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Syed Rizwan Farook earned about $50,000 a year as a health inspector for San Bernardino County, and his wife was a stay-at-h0me home.

Just weeks before the massacre, they received a $28,500 loan from an online lender, Prosper Marketplace, which acts “as a middleman matching borrowers and investors who fund their loans,” the Los Angeles Times wrote.

A terror group would “be competing with all these funds to get that loan, and they’d have no certainty of who the borrower was,” said Bryce Mason, who has invested in Prosper loans and is chief investment officer of Direct Lending Investments, a La Cañada Flintridge hedge fund.


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