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Los Angeles, California / Airport Shooting #704698

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 04, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The shooting at the EL Al ticket counter at Los Angeles International Airport featured; scenes shown of paramedics and evacuated travelers. [TRAVELERS - describe what happened; say airports need metal detectors at the doors.] [Victim's RELATIVE - says one of the dead was "shot for no reason."] [FBI's Matt McLAUGHLIN†- says terrorism can neither be ruled out nor assumed.] [Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles Meirav SHARAR†- says the killer chose July 4 to attack Israelis on American land.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The response from El Al to the way the shooting was handled reported; scenes shown from a 1985 attack on El Al airport counters in Rome, Italy, and Vienna, Austria.

Roberts, John;
Whitaker, Bill

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