San Bernardino Suspects’ Landlord Lets Reporters Disrupt Active Crime Scene On Live TV — Without Police Permission!

Well this could end badly for everyone involved…

News agencies and police alike continue to try to piece together the facts behind the shooting in San Bernardino on Wednesday that left 14 dead and 21 wounded, but there may have just been a major mistake that could delay the investigation.

The landlord of slain suspects Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, let camera crews into their Redlands home on live television Friday morning… without permission from authorities!

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Apparently, reporters watched as the landlord used a crowbar to get into the home.

They then followed him into the garage where they found seemingly key evidence like passports, social security cards, and licenses.

But that’s not the worst part…

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Because it was still an active crime scene, police hadn’t yet cleaned up their own notes, so viewers across America had a clear look at a list of objects that had been removed from the premises, like ammunition and harddrives.

Basically, a lot of people may have just gotten caught breaking and entering and tampering with evidence on live TV.

We definitely expect some people to get fired over this…

Ch-ch-check out the moment CNN realized their exclusive may not be the most legal thing to ever happen (above)!!!

Dec 4, 2015 4:34pm PDT

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