An Islamic terrorist from Saudi Arabia opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola, killing three. The Muslim killer is reportedly a foreign national and not an American citizen.
The Islamic Terrorist opened fire Friday morning, killing four innocents for his Islamic Allah, he also caused numerous others to be transported to the hospital for injuries. Total injured, including deceased, are 11, according to local authorities. Seven patients are currently being treated at Baptist Hospital.
NBC News reported that the Islamic Terrorist name was Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, his first name is an Islamic name, he is named after the founder of Islam who was also a terrorist named Mohammed.
On December 6, 2019, The Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida is a gun-free zone. The station’s firearm policy, as described by Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic, notes:
While federal and state laws differ widely on the subject, regulations pertaining to the registration, transportation, and storage of firearms on Naval Installations in the Mid-Atlantic area of responsibility are clear. According to the instruction, all hands share responsibility for adhering to regulations pertaining to the registration, transportation, and storage of firearms in the AOR.
The policy also points out that “state issued ‘concealed weapons permits’ are not recognized on any Navy installation.”
The firearm policy allows guns to be brought on base after obtaining approval from a commanding officer but notes that such firearms “may only be stored in the installation’s armory.” Moreover, during transport onto the installation, all firearms are to be “unloaded and secured with a trigger lock and ammunition must be carried in the farthest most possible location away from the firearm.”
A spokesman for NAS Pensacola confirmed the shooting took place in Building 633, which is the Aviation Pre-Indoctrination Building.
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Baptist Hospital has received eight patients from this morning’s shooting. The Navy hospital on base also confirms they have received patients but could not confirm a number.
If you believe you may have a family member at Baptist Hospital, officials are asking you call Baptist at 850-434-4011.