Malik and Syed Rizwan Farook are pictured passing through Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
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One brother liked to party and chase girls.Syed Raheel Farook and his younger brother Syed Rizwan Farook grew up in the same house, attended the same high school two years apart and, as teenagers, often socialized in the same groups. The contrasting lives of the Farook brothers, described by friends, neighbors and former classmates who knew them both, is a disturbing tale, in part because there are so few clues to why they turned out so differently.The family, including Raheel, declined repeated requests through their lawyers for comment for this story. But those who knew the brothers say that by high school, their differences were apparent and growing.Back home, Rizwan, a bright boy, finished high school a year early according to school records.Some of those who knew the Farooks have thought deeply about the brothers and their differences in recent days.
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