US expels 21 Saudi military cadets for terrorism and child porn after Pensacola terror attack

US expels 21 Saudi military cadets for terrorism and child porn after Pensacola terror attack

BREAKING: Twenty-one members of the Saudi military are being expelled from the US after a Saudi terrorist opened fire last month inside a classroom at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida, murdering three people before being shot and eliminated by officers.

The murder of three Americans was “an act of terrorism,” U.S. Attorney General William Barr said, adding that 21 Saudi military trainees will be pulled out of the United States following an investigation into the terror attack.

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The servicemen are not accused of aiding the 21-year old Muslim terrorist but the Attorney General said 17 of the expelled cadets were found to have online terrorist material. Fifteen, including some of the 17 who had online terrorist material, had also child porn.

He said the 21 cadets were being disenrolled and returned home on Monday.  They had not been charged with any crime in the US but might face prosecution back home.

Three sailors were murdered and eight wounded in the 6 December terror attack.

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The Muslim terrorist, identified as Saudi Air Force Second Lieutenant Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, was shot and eliminated by a deputy sheriff during the attack.

He was attending a US Navy training program for foreign military personnel at the base.