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Families of Pensacola Terror Attack Victims Sue Saudi Arabia

Por: The Wall Street Journal World February 23, 2021

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WASHINGTON—The families of three service members killed and 13 others injured in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in 2019 sued Saudi Arabia, alleging that the Gulf kingdom should have known the gunman, a member of the Saudi air force, was a threat. The complaint, filed in federal court in Pensacola, Fla., on Monday, asks the court to find that Saudi Arabia is liable and seeks damages for the attack. , a 21-year-old second lieutenant... + full article



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