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  • Barr Asks Apple to Unlock Pensacola Killer’s Phones, Setting Up Clash

    01/13/2020 7:23:50 PM PST · by Theoria · 182 replies
    The New York Times ^ | 13 Jan 2020 | Katie Benner
    Attorney General William P. Barr declared on Monday that a deadly shooting last month at a naval air station in Pensacola, Fla., was an act of terrorism, and he asked Apple in an unusually high-profile request to provide access to two phones used by the gunman.Mr. Barr’s appeal was an escalation of a continuing fight between the Justice Department and Apple pitting personal privacy against public safety. “This situation perfectly illustrates why it is critical that the public be able to get access to digital evidence,” Mr. Barr said, calling on technology companies to find a solution and complaining that...
  • 'The countdown has started': Saudi gunman's chilling September 11 social media post

    12/18/2019 2:54:41 PM PST · by budj · 9 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 012/14/2019 | Keith Griffith
    The Saudi military member gunman who killed three U.S. sailors at Naval Air Station Pensacola posted disturbing messages on social media months before the attack, according to a law enforcement assessment. 'The countdown has started,' was the cryptic message posted by Saudi Air Force 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani on September 11, 2019, according to a Joint Intelligence Bulletin reported by ABC News. The 21-year-old Saudi national also defended jihad on social media and referred to non-Muslims as 'infidels', according to the report.
  • Exclusive: Nearly 175 Saudi military aviation students grounded in U.S. after base shooting

    12/10/2019 12:27:50 PM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 72 replies
    Reuters ^ | December 10, 2019 | by Idrees Ali and Phil Stewart
    WASHINGTON - Nearly 175 Saudi Arabian military aviation students have been grounded as part of a “safety stand-down” after a Saudi Air Force lieutenant shot and killed three people last week at a U.S. Navy base in Florida, U.S. officials told Reuters on Tuesday. The FBI has said U.S. investigators believe Saudi Air Force Second Lieutenant Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, 21, acted alone when he attacked a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida on Friday, before he was fatally shot by a deputy sheriff. “A safety stand-down and operational pause commenced Monday for Saudi Arabian aviation students,” said Lieutenant Andriana Genualdi,...
  • Pensacola shooter was ‘infuriated’ over ‘Porn Stash’ nickname: report

    12/09/2019 5:39:00 AM PST · by McGruff · 93 replies
    NY Post ^ | December 9, 2019 | Lee Brown
    The Pensacola Navy base shooter had been “infuriated” by an instructor who humiliated him by calling him “Porn Stash” in front of classmates, according to a new report. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, who killed three young US Navy students in a shooting spree in Florida on Friday, had filed a formal complaint against instructor James Day in April, The New York Times revealed Sunday. Alshamrani alleged Day addressed him as “Porn Stash” — spelled that way in the complaint — in front of at least 10 other students as they were being dismissed from a meteorology class.
  • PICTURED: Saudi Air Force trainee who opened fire inside Pensacola naval base classroom killing three

    12/06/2019 1:37:51 PM PST · by Red Badger · 116 replies ^ | By Snejana Farberov
    Shooting took place on base early Friday morning, sparking a lockdown Escambia County Sheriff's deputies responded to Naval Air Station and confronted the gunman, resulting in his death Sources identified the suspected gunman as Saudi Air Force aviation student Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani Rep Matt Gaetz, a Republican representing Pensacola, called the shooting 'an act of terrorism' President Trump tweeted that King Salman told him 'the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter...' Three other people were shot and killed during incident inside classroom building on base Nearby hospital received total of eight patients, one of...
  • NEWS Pensacola shooter Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani hosted dinner party to watch mass shooting videos: report

    12/07/2019 10:44:10 AM PST · by bitt · 63 replies
    nyPOST ^ | 12/7/2019 | Jon Lavine
    The Saudi Arabian national who killed three people at Pensacola Naval Air Station hosted a dinner party to view a sick sampling of mass shooting videos the night before his rampage, a report on Saturday said. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani and three other Saudi students watched the videos, a US official told the Associated Press. One of those three students videotaped outside the building where Friday’s shooting unfolded, according to the official, who was not named.
  • Trump speaks with Saudi king after Pensacola shooting

    12/06/2019 11:50:16 AM PST · by yesthatjallen · 69 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12 06 2019
    President Trump on Friday said he spoke with King Salman of Saudi Arabia after U.S. officials said that a Saudi national was suspected of opening fire at a naval air station in Pensacola, Fla., killing three people and injuring several others. The Saudi leader expressed his condolences to the families of those killed in the shooting, Trump said. “It’s a horrible thing that took place and we’re getting to the bottom of it,” Trump said of the shooting during an event focused on deregulation. Officials said the gunman was a member of the Saudi Air Force, and they are investigating...
  • Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    12/06/2019 11:49:29 AM PST · by Red Badger · 39 replies
    Heavy ^ | Updated Dec 6, 2019 at 2:25pm | By Jessica McBride
    Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani was identified as the active shooter who killed three people and wounded eight more at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida. Alshamrani was first named in a tweet from NBC News reporter Ken Dilanian. According to the Associated Press, the gunman has been identified as a Saudi national. Authorities have not said whether they are considering the Pensacola shooting an act of terrorism; the AP reported that authorities are looking into whether that’s the case, though. According to The Times, the base hosts international students for flight training. Four people are deceased (including the suspect), and...