Porn Stash Terrorist 'Infuriated' Over Instructor Nicknaming Him 'Porn Stash'

Saudi terrorist Mohammed Alshamrani filed a complaint against one of his instructors in April.

Pensacola, FL – The Saudi active shooter who murdered three people and wounded eight other victims during the terrorist attack at a U.S. naval base in Florida was “infuriated” that one of his instructors referred to him as “Porn Stash” in front of his classmates, according to a complaint he filed at the time.

According to a complaint filed by 21-year-old Royal Saudi Air Force Second Lieutenant Mohammed Alshamrani, the incident occurred at the conclusion of a meteorology class in April, approximately seven months before the attack, The New York Times reported.

The instructor, James Day, asked the students if they had any questions, then singled Alshamrani out, calling him “Porn Stash,” and specifically asked him if he had any questions, according to the paper.

Although Alshamrani wrote “Porn Stash,” he was likely referring to the term “porn ‘stache,” in reference to his mustache.

“Laughing, he continued to ask, ‘What? Have you not seen a porn star before?’” Alshamrani wrote in the complaint. “After I did not respond, he just let go of the subject.”

There were approximately 10 other students present when the comment was made.

“I was infuriated as to why he would say that in front of the class,” Alshamrani wrote.

He reported the incident to managers at CAE USA, the company that provides training services on the base and oversees the subcontractor that employs Day, The New York Times reported.

Alshamrani declined the managers’ offer to have Day apologize to him, and opted to meet with the naval office that oversees international students, according to a classmate who helped him to file the complaint.

Approximately a week after the “Porn Stash” incident, Day was scheduled to work with Alshamrani for simulated flight training, according to The New York Times.

The training session was canceled and reset with another instructor after Alshamrani filed another complaint with CAE USA.

Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma, the subcontractor that employs Day, said that the “Porn Stash” incident was addressed shortly after Alshamrani filed his complaint.

“Appropriate personnel action was taken regarding the incident in question, corrective action was taken, the matter was closed back in April, and we have no further comment,” company president Brian Busey told The New York Times.

Day and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) also refused to comment on the incident.

It is unclear whether the “Porn Stash” debacle had anything to do with Alshamrani opening fire inside a classroom at the Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola’s Naval Aviation Schools Command shortly before 6:50 a.m. on Dec. 6.

Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said that deputies were dispatched to the scene at 6:51 a.m., and the first two deputies arrived within minutes, with many more who followed.

Deputies confronted the gunman inside a classroom, where a shootout ensued, Sheriff Morgan said.

Two Escambia County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) deputies were shot during the exchange of gunfire.

One deputy was struck in the knee, and the second deputy was hit in the arm.

A Navy police officer was also among the wounded, ECSO Chief Deputy Chip Simmons said on Sunday, according to CNN.

The deputies and the Navy police officer are all expected to recover.

The gunman was fatally shot by one of the wounded deputies at approximately 7:45 a.m., WEAR reported.

A total of 11 victims were wounded during the attack, The New York Times reported.

The three Navy sailors who were killed in the attack have been identified as Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23, Airman Apprentice Cameron Scott Walters, 21, and Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham, 19, according to CNN.

Navy Airman Ryan Blackwell said that he was inside a classroom on the first floor when he heard the gunman open fire out in the hallway, The New York Times reported.

He and his coworkers quickly closed the door and took cover, but Alshamrani began firing through the door.

Airman Blackwell was shot in his pelvis and right arm as he was shielding a female colleague with his body, he said.

Two other airmen in the office were also wounded in the attack.

Everyone inside the office – including Airman Blackwell – managed to escape the building through a window, The New York Times reported.

“We could have been three more casualties if we didn’t escape,” he said.

Details regarding the other wounded victims were not immediately available, CNN reported.

According to CNN, a source reported that Alshamrani had obtained a hunting license, which enabled him to legally purchase a firearm in the U.S.

He reportedly purchased the handgun earlier this year. He had been training at the base for the past two years.

“We work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism,” Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent in Charge Rachel Rojas said during a press conference on Sunday, according to USA Today.

During an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien also said that the mass shooting “appears to be a terrorist attack,” and that the FBI is working to determine whether or not that assessment is correct.

“It appears that this may be someone that was radicalized,” O’Brien said. “It’s unclear if he’s got ties to any other organizations…this is a guy who may very well have said some things on Twitter that suggest he was radicalized. He went out and killed a number of Americans, so my point is, it looks like terrorism.”

On Sunday, SAC Rojas said that the "investigation has not led us to any information that indicated any credible threat to our community,” and that Alshamrani was the sole shooter involved in the attack, USA Today reported.

SAC Rojas refused to comment when questioned about reports that Alshamrani and three other students had traveled to New York City to visit various tourist sites just days before the NAS attack.

According to CNN, the Saudis who went to New York with the gunman are cooperating with investigators.

A number of other Saudi nationals have also been detained for questioning, a source told CNN.

SAC Rojas refused to confirm reports that Alshamrani recently hosted a dinner party where his guests watched videos of prior mass shootings, USA Today reported.

One of the students who went to the party later recorded video footage outside the building as the attack was underway while two other Saudi students watched the scene from a vehicle, according to USA Today.

“I said it was terrorism because it was a premeditated terrorist attack and more than one person was involved,” U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz told The New York Times. “The filming and potential attempts at publication show that this was an attack intended for theatrical effect to terrorize. It is the definition of terrorism.”

Minutes before the shooting, a Twitter user alleged to be Alshamrani posted a message professing his hatred of Americans because of their supposed “crimes” against Muslims, CNN reported.

Twitter later suspended the account, and law enforcement has refused to comment about the message or the account.

On Sunday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said that it was clear that Alshamrani had a “deep-seated hatred of the United States,” the New York Daily News reported.

“To have this individual be able to take out three of our sailors – to me, that’s unacceptable,” DeSantis said.

There are currently 5,181 foreign students from 153 countries who are participating in various Department of Defense training programs throughout the U.S., The New York Times reported.

On Saturday, President Donald Trump said that the federal government will begin looking into the vetting procedure for foreign military trainees immediately.

Trump said he received a phone call from Saudi Arabia's King Mohammed bin Salman in the wake of the attack, according to the Washington Examiner.

"King Salman of Saudi Arabia just called to express his sincere condolences and give his sympathies to the families and friends of the warriors who were killed and wounded in the attack that took place in Pensacola, Florida," Trump said.

"The King said that the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter, and that this person in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people," the President added.

He noted that King Salman “will be involved in taking care of” the families and loved ones of those wounded in the attack, The New York Times reported.

Comments (70)
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Hi_estComnDenomn
Hi_estComnDenomn

Y'all are just now getting to this? It wasn't a terrorist attack. He's a pussy that got upset, no different than any white shooter you people refuse to call a terrorist.

Jackie753
Jackie753

The Saudi King should have watched the procession today bringing Ensign Watson’s body home to his family and friends. I’m still in tears.

tfort
tfort

Not the smartest thing to call a Muslim

Excalibr4
Excalibr4

"King Salman of Saudi Arabia just called to express his sincere condolences and give his sympathies to the families and friends of the warriors who were killed and wounded in the attack that took place in Pensacola, Florida," Trump said.

"The King said that the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter, and that this person in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people," the President added.

He noted that King Salman “will be involved in taking care of” the families and loved ones of those wounded in the attack, The New York Times reported.

Nice gesture and I'm glad Trump didn't refuse it, for the families sake, but the Saudi investigation and deportation will not stop at that kid, you can bet. Porn Stash or not. He wasn't watching those movies alone.

Hannibal
Hannibal

Another un-vetted Allah akbar brought to you by the left.

Njaz
Njaz

According to what I read he had a hatred for Americans due to their stance with Israel, which is a no no in Muslim communities. "Porn stash" or not, an angry man has no sense of humor & finds it difficult to even laugh at themselves. Sad cause all of us, one time or many do/say funny things. Welcome to humanity!

Caroparks53
Caroparks53

Send them all back where they came from..every damn one of them..

Det_John_Kimble
Det_John_Kimble

We did things better in the 40's. Time to kick out all these Saudi nationals from the country that aren't legal citizens until we figure this out. The hell with their feelings. Too many people here don't get properly vetted and you end up with the crazies getting in. We have enough crazies here already.

tuggingalong
tuggingalong

If anyone should be “offended” is the male porn stars for being compared to that POS.

Jones24
Jones24

Big baby POS