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US Army expels Saudi cadets after shooting at the Pensacola Navy Base simultaneously accusing the soldiers of extremism and possession of child porn
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US Army expels Saudi cadets after shooting at the Pensacola Navy Base simultaneously accusing the soldiers of extremism and possession of child porn

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According to the latest information received, 21 Saudi cadets were sent back to their homeland to prevent possible terrorist attacks in the future. In addition to the threat to national security, US Attorney General William Barr indicated that 17 cadets stored on their personal devices inappropriate pornographic materials with minors, as well as extremist data.

"While one of individuals had a significant number of images, all the rest had one of two images, in most cases posted in a chat room by some other person or received over social media," said William Barr.

US Attorney General also stated that the US does not intend to launch an investigation against these cadets. All soldiers will be deported to Saudi Arabia and there will be an internal investigation awaiting them.

“The Kingdom has assured me that it will review each of these cases under their code of military justice and criminal code. The Kingdom has also agreed that we will have full access to anyone we want to interview in Saudi Arabia and any documents relevant to our investigation. Indeed, it has already been providing documents. Further, the Kingdom has assured us that, if we later decide to charge any of those being sent back to Saudi Arabia in connection with this counterterrorism investigation, it will return them for trial.”

 At a press conference on Monday, William Barr also said that the investigation into the terrorist attack continues without significant help from Apple. According to the official version, the shooter, known as Second Lt Mohammed Alshamrani, had an iPhone, but the manufacturer did not open access to the blocked device. Barr said Apple has opened access to Alshamrani's personal cloud storage. A phone that has been damaged by several bullets still remains blocked due to the threat of “undermine their own encryption software,” the BBC reports.

The incident occurred on December 6th. During a mass execution, three sailors were killed on the scene and eight more were injured.

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Author: Usa Really