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Airport Security / Los Angeles, California, / Airport Shooting / Israeli #704781

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 05, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The identification of El Al ticket counter gunman as Hashem Mohammed Hadayet reported; details given of plans to tighten security at Los Angeles International Airport; scenes shown from the airport. [FBI Richard GARCIA†- says the crime could be a hate crime or Hadayet could have been despondent.] [Neighbor Emma LeMER†- says Hadayet was angry with Americans.] [In Egypt, Hadayet's uncle Hassan Mostafa MAHFOUZ††- says he does not believe Hadayet did it.] [Airline witness Paul PARKUS†- praises El Al security.] [Victim's brother-in-law Mark EZERZER†- says his brother-in-law was a good person.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Ben Gurion Airport, Israel: David Hawkins) The security measures taken at airports in Israel examined; scenes shown from Ben Gurion airport. [Former El Al CEO Joel FELDSCHUH†- says that the Los Angeles attack would have been handled better in an Israeli airport.]

Hawkins, David;
Roberts, John;
Whitaker, Bill

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