Security is tight as a car carrying Enrique Marquez Jr. arrives at U.S. District Court in Riverside, Calif., Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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U.S. prosecutors will ask a judge on Monday not to grant bail to a man charged with providing the assault-style rifles a married couple used to massacre 14 people in San Bernardino, California, earlier this month in an attack inspired by ISIS.According to the affidavit, Farook and Marquez met in 2005 when Marquez became Farook's neighbor in Riverside. Farook introduced Marquez to radical Islamist ideology and by 2011 the two men were planning gun and bomb attacks, according to prosecutors and the FBI affidavit.Early in 2012, the two men continued to prepare by visiting shooting ranges but after that year, prosecutors said Marquez distanced himself from Farook and ceased plotting with him.
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