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There are new details on the investigation into the mother of the male San Bernardino attacker, including that she has been placed on a terror watch list. 

Trace Gallagher reported on "The Kelly File" that FBI agents found an empty GoPro camera package, shooting targets and tools inside a car belonging to Rafia Farook, the mother of Syed Farook.

Gallagher said those items raised a number of red flags because investigators know that the husband and wife killers took numerous trips to gun ranges for target practice and were building homemade explosive devices, which could explain the targets and tools.

Gallagher said that the GoPro package is significant because even though authorities have denied that the terrorists strapped cameras to themselves before the massacre, mounted GoPros have been used by ISIS followers in other attacks.

"Even mundane items found inside the car, like U-Haul receipts and notebook and legal documents could ultimately help answer whether the mother could have driven the car and not noticed the tools and targets, could have lived in the house and not noticed the so-called 'IED factory' in the garage,'" Gallagher said.

He added as the investigation has unfolded, Rafia Farook has been placed on a terror watch list.

"When it comes to what, if anything, the mother knew, Attorney General Loretta Lynch says they are looking very, very closely," Gallagher said.

Watch the report and get reaction from legal experts Arthur Aidala and Mark Eiglarsh above.


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