How Provider Of Guns Used In San Bernardino Could Be Charged

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Enrique Marquez, who allegedly purchased the assault rifles used in the San Bernardino mass shooting, could face several charges, including lying on his application to buy the guns and conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism, legal experts tell the Los Angeles Times. Marquez, 24, legally purchased the rifles from an authorized gun dealer in
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