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Los Angeles, California / Airport Shooting / Security / Beatty Interview #704817

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 05, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The background of the man who carried out the shooting yesterday at the Los Angeles International Airport introduced.

(Los Angeles: Frank Buckley) The airport murder mystery examined; scenes shown from the El Al ticket counter; details given about Heshari‡ Mohamed Hadayet† & the two victims, Yaakov Aminov†† & ticket agent Victoria Hen††. [FBI's Richard GARCIA†- says it appears Hadayet went there to kill people.] [WITNESS - describe what happened.] The issue of changing & increasing security at the airport discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with security consultant Jeff Beatty† about the shooting incident & the future for security at LAX. [From Atlanta, BEATTY - says the closest parallel is the 1990s attack on CIA officers in traffic; explains why the shooting was not a coordinated Al Qaeda attack; outlines security measures than can be taken & that El Al security was moving against Hadayet; explains why zig-zag lines at airports make an attractive target.]

Brown, Aaron;
Buckley, Frank

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