The 21-year-old member of the Royal Saudi Air Force opened fire at the base in early December, killing three United States sailors and wounding eight others.
A member of the Royal Saudi Air Force, 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani, carried out the shooting. The shooter visited the 9/11 Memorial in New York City in late November and posted other anti-American, anti-Israeli, and jihadi messages on social media even hours before his attack at the naval base.
Three US sailors were killed when a Saudi trainee at the base opened fire on 6 December.
A sheriff's deputy killed Alshamrani during the rampage.
Barr said the next step in the investigation will be unlocking the shooter's cell phone to examine its contents. "The evidence shows that the shooter was motivate by jihadist ideology".
"This situation perfectly illustrates why it is critical that investigators be able to get access to digital evidence once they have obtained a court order based on probable cause", Barr said yesterday in demanding the company come up with a solution to unlocking the two iPhones.
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Reuters reports tech giant Apple recently said it rejects "the characterization that Apple has not provided substantial assistance" in an investigation into a terrpr attack that took place in Pensacola, Florida on last month.
The ongoing saga involving Apple, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and a pair of locked iPhones belonging to Florida mass shooter Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon.
"The relevant U.S. law firms independently examined each of the 21 cases with different information and found that none of them would lead to federal prosecution under normal circumstances", said Barr's statement.
"This was an act of terrorism", said Barr.
Apple didn't directly address the government's request for it to unlock the devices, but is refusing to build special tools to give investigators access to locked iPhones.