Updated at 5:35 p.m. ET Attorney General William Barr announced Monday that 21 Saudi military cadets studying at U.S. military bases are being sent back to their home country after investigators found child pornography, "jihadi or anti-American content" on accounts or devices associated with the students. The announcement comes a month after a Saudi national opened fire in a classroom at a naval base in Pensacola, Fla., killing three young sailors and wounding eight others. "This was an act of terrorism," Barr said, adding that the shooter was "motivated by jihadist ideology." Federal authorities said Monday that investigators have not identified any co-conspirators in the attack. The gunman does not appear to have acted on behalf of any...
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DOJ Says 21 Saudi Cadets Being Expelled From U.S. Over Extremist, Child Porn Content