A year after San Bernardino terrorist attack, residents say it’s ‘never going to be the same’
Tattooed and bandana-clad Denver Cooley, pastor of a church that caters to scary-looking motorcycle riders, was shaken by the Dec. 2 San Bernardino terrorist attack.
“I don’t think you can be in San Bernardino and not be changed by this,” said Cooley, who lives in the city and leads Roadhouse Biker Church, barely a mile from the Inland Regional Center, where the mass shooting took place.
“San Bernardino, we’ve never been an innocent city,” he said in a chat before a recent church service. “But we’ve never been terrorized. Now, things are never going to be the same again.” – READ MORE