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Saudi suspect in U.S. Navy base attack linked to anti-U.S. Twitter screed

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He said his nephew "has his religion, his prayer, his honesty and commitments."

Euphemistic language to justify the slaughter of those with different beliefs.

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PTownsend, like translation was involved.

Six other Saudi nationals were being questioned by investigators in Florida, three of whom were seen filming the incident, the New York Times reported, citing an unidentified person briefed on the investigation.

? How did the shooter get a handgun?

The other 3 need to be arrested. Conspiracy and accessory. We'll see how good the full support from the Saudi Govt really is when they arrest 25 others in their military back home.

There are many reasons that normal military people don't carry firearms on base. Why would a logistics officer or someone mowing the grass or someone going to an aircraft operations class need a gun?

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Why would a logistics officer or someone mowing the grass or someone going to an aircraft operations class need a gun?

For most who've been in the military, with the possible exception of those shilling for the guns and ammo corporations, and those terminally afraid of people around them, especially those NOT from their demographic, that's a good question.

But it's a question for me that's easily answered: they DON'T.

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