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U.S. Shooter at Texas Naval Air Station Believed to Have Voiced Support Online for Extremists

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A watchdog group says the gunmen in this week's terror related attack on a Texas naval air base voice support for hardline clerics the gunmen in the attack on Naval Air Station Corpus Christi this week is believed to have made posts on Twitter Facebook and what's app supporting hardline clerics mostly from Saudi Arabia that's according to site intelligence group which monitors online activity of jihadists the F. B. I. is also reportedly examining social media posts believed to be from gunmen Adam al Solly that expressed support for extremist groups including al Qaeda in the Arabian

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