Naval Air Station Shooter Identified as Saudi National, Wrote Anti-American Manifesto ‘Nation of Evil’

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ABOVE VIDEO: Six Saudi nationals were detained for questioning near a naval air station in Pensacola, Florida, after a Saudi gunman opened fire, killing three people before being shot dead by officers; Jonathan Serrie reports.

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – The Saudi national who opened fire in a classroom at a naval air station in Florida Friday morning, killing three before being shot dead by officers, condemned the United States as a “nation of evil” in a post online, reports say.

Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, who was said to be a second lieutenant in a flight training program for foreign military personnel at Naval Air Station Pensacola, posted a short manifesto to Twitter where he claimed to be “against evil,” AFP reported, citing the SITE Intelligence Group.

“America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil,” the post reportedly continued.

According to SITE, a group that monitors jihadist media, Alshamrani allegedly wrote in this manifesto that he “hates” Americans for their supposed crimes against Muslims and “humanity.”

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