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Subject another one of Trump's crazyed Saudi Arabian students in America gets caught with a gun and a murder list!
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Original Message no wonde the republicans hate the FBI they are always arresting their sleeper cells before they can do another 9/11!!

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A Saudi man attending a New Mexico university was charged Friday with illegally possessing a firearm, according to federal court documents.

Hassan Alqahtani, 28, who is enrolled at the University of New Mexico's school of engineering was charged with illegal possession of a firearm by a person admitted to the U.S. under a non-immigrant visa, federal prosecutors said.

The FBI said in an affidavit that a search of his home Thursday turned up a .380-caliber Cobra handgun.

The affidavit says the FBI began investigating Alqahtani after a person who said he knows the student called an agency tip line on Aug. 8, claiming Alqahtani was "creating a list of people who he wants to kill before he leaves the U.S." which included the tipster and University of New Mexico professors.

The affidavit does not include any details about the alleged list and does not mention any threats to kill people.

A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of New Mexico did not respond to an email Friday night seeking clarity on the claim. The university also did not immediately respond to an email.

Alqahtani turned himself into authorities Friday afternoon and appeared before a judge who ordered him held through the weekend, the Albuquerque Journal reported. He is scheduled for a detention hearing Monday.
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