More Than A Dozen Saudi Servicemen Expected To Be Booted From U.S. Bases

Shooting On Naval Air Station Pensacola Leaves Multiple Dead And Injured

Attorney General William Barr and FBI Deputy Director David Bowditch are expected to announce on Monday what actions the government will take over last month's deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola.

There are multiple reports that more than a dozen Saudi servicemen serving at American military bases will be expelled from the U.S.

While the men are not accused of helping the Saudi Air Force lieutenant who killed three U.S. servicemen and wounded eight others during training, they're reportedly being thrown out of the country for connections to extremist rhetoric, possessing child pornography, and failure to report alarming behavior by the gunman before the shootings.

The Justice Department has been investigating the incident as an act of terrorism.

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