Suspected shooter at Naval Air Station Pensacola was Saudi national

Sep 2019
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Looks like terrorism not workplace violence. Really have to be careful with anybody from that part of the world.


"The suspected gunman who killed three people and injured several others at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday morning was a Saudi national, according to law enforcement sources.

Sources identified the shooter, who was killed in the incident, as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani."


 
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Looks like terrorism not workplace violence. Really have to be careful with anybody from that part of the world.


"The suspected gunman who killed three people and injured several others at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday morning was a Saudi national, according to law enforcement sources.

Sources identified the shooter, who was killed in the incident, as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani."



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Pentagon spokesman Eastburn said 5,181 foreign students from 153 countries, including 852 Saudis, are in the United States for Department of Defense security cooperation-related training.

The department vets foreign nationals who intend to participate. They're screened for drug trafficking, terrorist activity, corruption and criminal conduct, according to Pentagon policy.
 
Feb 2010
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Isn't it great that the Democrats passed a law to prevent the Saudi nation spiriting away Saudi wrongdoers from the USA!

Isn't it awful that such a law was needed!
 
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Looks like terrorism not workplace violence. Really have to be careful with anybody from that part of the world.


"The suspected gunman who killed three people and injured several others at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday morning was a Saudi national, according to law enforcement sources.

Sources identified the shooter, who was killed in the incident, as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani."


Really? Is that why Trump just publicly kissed Saudi Arabia’s collective asses?
 
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And right on cue the Dims start stuttering about gun-control. But the guy had no legal right to a weapon.
And right away Republicans start defending Saudi Arabia. You know. That country where 19 of the 9/11 high jackers were from but where Trump owns property, so no biggie.
 
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Looks like terrorism not workplace violence. Really have to be careful with anybody from that part of the world.


"The suspected gunman who killed three people and injured several others at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday morning was a Saudi national, according to law enforcement sources.

Sources identified the shooter, who was killed in the incident, as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani."


A: There's already a thread about this

B: Trump likes the Saudis (they pay cash) so we aren't allowed to criticize them.

C: The Kurds have never perpetrated a terrorist attack on the US, but the Saudis have killed thousands of Americans with theirs.

D: How about a travel ban?
 
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Looks like terrorism not workplace violence. Really have to be careful with anybody from that part of the world.


"The suspected gunman who killed three people and injured several others at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday morning was a Saudi national, according to law enforcement sources.

Sources identified the shooter, who was killed in the incident, as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani."


Looks like another Muslim terrorists