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Newly-released 911 transcripts show what a one-time neighbor of the San Bernardino terrorists told a dispatcher shortly after the Dec. 2 attack.

Adam Housley reported the latest this morning on "America's Newsroom."

He said the Department of Justice released the transcripts as part of a 37-page document yesterday, as Enrique Marquez was charged with conspiring to provide material support to terrorists.

Here's what Marquez told the dispatcher:

Marquez, 24, went on to say that he gave a gun to Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik because he "couldn't have it at home because I have brothers."

"They can trace all the guns back to me," he said.

In the days after the attack, authorities revealed that Marquez had purchased two of the firearms used in the attack, but had just checked himself into a mental health facility.

The feds also accused Marquez of entering into a sham marriage with a member of Farook's family in order to defraud immigration officials.

Read more on the charges against Marquez at

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