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Los Angeles airport shootings * FALSE FLAGLos Angeles airport shootings
Nov. 1, 2013 I am hearing one TSA agent and the shooter dead. No final confirmation.
Shooter Identified as 23 year old Paul Anthony Ciancia of Los Angeles.
Multi-patient incident at Los Angeles Airport.
A person with an *ASSAULT RIFLE* at the airport approached a checkpoint at Terminal 3 and opened fire.
If news was not controlled by the Beast, you would hear automatic, machine gun, tommygun, etc.
Watch Obama hone in on ASSAULT rifle as he did in Sandy Hook.
It was proved no assault rifle at Sandy Hook, that entire incident was a hoax.
I prefer hoax to false flag.
Reports of gunfire prompted evacuations of portions of LAX and led to a ground stop for arriving planes.
Incident began about 9:30 am at Terminal 3 at LAX.
Authorities were responding to a shooting incident with multiple injuries, and California media reported that a gunman with a high-powered rifle was shot by law enforcement. Watch all media change that to ASSAULT rifle.
Passenger said airport security agents had come through the terminal shouting that a man had a gun.
Gunman in custody
TSA agent killed
A man "pulled an assault rifle out of a bag and began to open fire" Friday morning in Los Angeles International Airport, killing one person and injuring others
The suspected gunman was shot in the chest multiple times.
Los Angeles airport shooting. False flag?
Obama's under heavy well deserved attack - he needs the news elsewhere.
Presto. A gunman appears.
Los Angeles airport shooting. False flag?
Obama's under heavy well deserved attack - he needs the news elsewhere.
Presto. A gunman appears. The public isnt supposed to question how a man with a machine gun can get into the terminal.
I turned TV onto fox news and heard a witness mention 2 or 3 gunmen.
Shepherd Smith quickly said there is only one shooter.
Hello Sandy Hook.
I am surprised this did not occur on Helloween. Interesting.
One TV report said gunman is dead.
Yes of course. They have to kill the shooter. In Aurora they didnt.
Batman movie, Aurora CO
Watch that evil Obama use this for gun control.
WHY did all media report they told Obama? Do they tell Obama about every shooting in Chicago and DC and everywhere else? Did they say -
Obama Obama your false flag is ready!
Re: Los Angeles airport shootings
From the CNN article:
|President Barack Obama has been briefed on the shooting and will continue to be updated, but the White House had no further information at this time on what happened, spokesman Jay Carney said Friday. |
Yeah, why are they trying to bring the White House into this?
TSA agent reportedly shot in LAX shooting
A Transportation Security Administration agent was reportedly killed and several more people injured when a gunman opened fire Friday morning at Los Angeles International Airport.
NBC News and ABC News are reporting that one TSA agent was killed in the incident and that a second agent was wounded in the leg. A third individual, possibly the gunman, was reportedly also injured. The suspect is in custody, according to reports.
A male suspect is reported to have opened fire in Terminal 3 around 9:20 a.m. PT. One TSA agent was reportedly shot in the leg at the security checkpoint area but not inside the actual terminal. TSA spokesman Nico Melendez confirmed that at least one TSA officer was shot during the incident.
According to multiple reports, a 45-year-old male and a 29-year-old male were shot. Authorities reportedly quickly detained the suspect, who was also hit with gunfire, according to NBC News. CBS Los Angeles added that as many as four people may have been shot in the incident.
The Los Angeles Fire Department also has announced it is currently handling a "multi-patient incident," though no specifics on injuries have been revealed at this point.
Officials have announced that authorities now have full control of security at LAX and that the incident is believed to be over. However, full details are still emerging from the incident. There have been conflicting reports as to whether one or two suspects are in custody.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced a full ground stop until the incident has been officially resolved.
Eyewitness Nick Pugh told local affiliate KNBC-TV, “I heard a total of maybe 8 to 10 shots fired in maybe two bursts,” Pugh said. “Everyone dropped to the floor and started crawling along the crowd.”
Another witness, Tory Belecci, said the suspect appeared to be carrying a rifle, possibly an assault rifle.
A White House official said that, "The President has been briefed about the shooting at LAX. We will continue stay in touch with our federal and local partners. The LAPD is leading the response and investigation. We urge citizens to listen to the authorities and follow directions from the first responders on site. The President will continue to receive briefings throughout the day.”
Access to the airport has been temporarily shutdown on Century Boulevard, the main road leading into LAX. In addition, all flights are reportedly delayed.
Another eyewitness, Brian Adamick, 43, told the Los Angeles Times that one TSA officer who was shot did not appear to be seriously injured. “I got shot, I’m fine," the unnamed TSA agent reportedly told Adamick and other witnesses on the scene. Remarkably, the agent reportedly reassured witnesses by saying he had been shot before and that the wound was not life-threatening.
Video inside link: LAX Shooting Is 'Major Incident,' Officials Say
Eyewitnesses say passengers were running after shots were heard at the airport.
LAX Shooter Identified as Off-duty TSA Worker
The reporters kept changing their story, who knows?
The L.A. Times reports: “A federal law enforcement official said that the gunman was a ticketed passenger entering the airport. Officials don’t believe the gunman has ever worked for TSA. Law enforcement sources had earlier told The Times the gunman was a TSA employee.”
Will LAX Shooting Be Exploited to Arm TSA Agents?
Its bad enuf these TSA agents grope you and steal your stuff!
shooter had been killed by police.
Multiple victims hit, at least 7 hurt
LAX Airport Shooting Days After Urban Shield Drill, False Flag or Coincidence?
What a coincidence that California just had a Urban Shield drill Oct 25th through the 28th. Very similar to Boston Bombing and Sandy Hook.
Every time they run a drill for the public’s safety, there is a major event to soon follow.
Is this by design or just coincidence? Look at all the coindences that surround these events.
DHS, FEMA, and other Federal, State, Local, and “International” agencies involved in a county wide drill in Alameda, California on 10-25 through 28, 2013.
This video warns of a false flag event 3 months ago when operation Urban Shield was announced. Take a look.
Next Mossad False-Flag to Come From LAX
August 31, 2008
Dont swallow the - blame the Jews - crap so many blogs push.
Read the information, pull out the weeds. The inet is a garden.
Flight delays sweep across US after LAX shooting
Flights to and from Los Angeles were stalled Friday, in some cases for hours, after a shooting that killed one TSA worker and wounded at least three others shut down terminals at one of the nation’s busiest airports.
The shooting, which took place at Terminal 3 at around 9:20 a.m. local time, prompted the Federal Aviation Administration to issue a ground stop for flights arriving at Los Angeles International Airport. Across the country, no flight destined for LAX was allowed to depart until after 1:30 p.m. EST. Flights already in the air were being allowed to land.
Passengers said police and airport officials were preventing them from moving between terminals. "They're holding us at Terminal 4, they won't let anyone past Terminal 5 and they're yelling and chasing after people who try to get by," said Jesse Proudman, 29, a tech company CEO. Proudman said his flight from LAX to Hong Kong "was probably not going to happen"
Actor James Franco, one of the delayed passengers, posted a photo online of himself looking out the window with the caption "At #lax Some ****tbag shot up the place."
Late Friday, the airport began allowing passengers back into Terminal 1 and 2, but Terminal 3 remained closed.
Travel experts recommended avoiding LAX for the rest of Friday and all weekend. "It's going to take them hours and hours to work through this," said business travel writer Joe Brancatelli. "Ask for a reroute to John Wayne, Burbank, Palm Springs, Ontario, or worst case scenario, San Diego."
Flights between San Francisco International Airport and LAX saw delays in both directions of up to two hours, said an airport spokesman. Two Southwest Airlines flights were canceled. The airport reported no changes in security procedures or increases in checkpoint wait times.
Dallas Fort Worth reported three American Air flights on hold and two Virgin American delays.
Miami International Airport spokesman Greg Chin said that three departures and two arrivals by American Airlines operating service to LAX could be delayed or canceled due to the significant ground stop.
The FAA recommended passengers contact their individual airlines to determine their flight status.
All other flight operations at Los Angeles International Airport were held and all departure roadways were temporarily blocked by law enforcement with general public being held back. Some flights could be diverted, said the FAA.
Some passengers took to social media to voice their frustrations with their flights being held, while others saw them as a source of relief. "Happy to have a delayed flight to LAX so they can deal with the shooting there," tweeted @RaqiyahMays. "This delay is a blessing."
Los Angeles is a major gateway for flights to Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Domestically, the largest cities served are: San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York, San Jose, Calif., San Diego and Phoenix.
However, it is not a major connection point such as Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas and Minneapolis.
Officials said 746 flights were affected, 46 of which were diverted. The rest either were either held on the ground in Los Angeles or at the originating airport, said Gina Marie Lindsey, executive director of Los Angeles World Airports.
"This has been a trying day for everyone I know," Lindsey added.
LAX shooting: Just the facts
We’ve received many conflicting reports from individuals on-site at LAX and from open source news agencies. We are indexing each of them. It is our policy to review everything before reporting; instead of being first with the story, we would rather be correct. Additionally, we can then review the original source reports for signs of deliberate misinformation and manipulation of the facts.
Confirmed: LAX police, in conjunction with other agencies, conducted a drill for this exact same scenario just two-(2) weeks ago. NOTICE: We will continue to update after we are able to confirm the facts outside of – and beyond - mainstream news sources.
1 TSA dead (is anyone sad that a groping thief was killed?)
A man armed with what police say was an assault rifle and carrying materials expressing anti-government sentiment opened fire Friday morning at Los Angeles International Airport, killing one.
Eyewitnesses said the suspect asked people, "Hey, are you TSA?" -- the acronym for the Transportation Security Administration. If they said "no," he would move on.
FBI as Paul Anthony Ciancia, a 23-year-old from Los Angeles. He graduated in 2008 from an all-boys Catholic school in Wilmington, Delaware.
The intelligence source said Ciancia's family became concerned in recent days after he sent his brother and father "angry, rambling" texts venting about the government, living in Los Angeles and his unhappiness generally.
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center said that it received three male victims -- one in critical condition and two in fair condition. One of the two in fair condition suffered gunshot wounds, while another had an unspecified injury, said Dr. Lynne McCullough, an emergency physician at the Los Angeles hospital. One of them was released by Friday afternoon; one of the others who remained at the hospital was Ciancia, according to the intelligence source.
WATCH: The moment terrified LAX passengers run for their lives from airport gunman who opened fire at security checkpoint killing one TSA agent and injuring three
Paul Anthony Ciancia, aged 23, from Pennsville, New Jersey named as the gunman
Shooter was dressed in fatigues and carrying a handwritten note, reading that he 'wanted to kill TSA and pigs'
Police say shooter’s brother got a text message from Ciancia on Friday saying he was thinking about taking his life
Passengers fled LA International's terminal 3 shortly before 10am (PST) on Friday after shots fired at checkpoint
TSA agent shot and killed; one other agent was shot and two others were injured but some of those injuries are classified as evasion injuries meaning that they harmed themselves while trying to get out of the terminal
This is the first time that a TSA agent has ever been killed in the line of duty
Gunman entered terminal with assault rifle in a bag and began shooting his way through the airport
Ciancia had sent multiple rambling 'suicidal' text messages to his family in recent days, causing concern.
HUH? A DUMMY???
If this guy was a Muslim you will probly only see that in Israeli press.
ALL REAL AMERICANS hate TSA and Obama - but wouldnt go shooting.
LAX suspect sent family disturbing text message
A NJ police chief says the family of the LAX shooting suspect was concerned for his well-being after receiving a disturbing text.
**The shooter not only went to a Catholic HS, but he *may have been* bullied.
If memory serves, it was after the Columbine shootings in 1999 when among the talking points over why it happened(along with too many guns, violent movies and video games, etc), getting "picked on"(aka bullied) may have been one of the reasons that triggered these school shooters.
They didn't have the anti-bullying agenda back then - but nonetheless it was these wave of school shootings in the 1990's where they planted the seeds. Now fast-forward to our present day in this "Brave New World" - the anti-bullying agenda has become one of the new-norms.
How Shepard Smith and the Fox News Deck Covered the LAX Shooting
Fox News Channel’s Fox News Deck premiered three weeks ago, but it wasn’t until Friday’s shooting at LAX that Shepard Smith and his team of information specialists got the chance to show off its capabilities.
“This is week three or week four and we’ve been waiting for some type of event where we’d be able to open up the engine a bit,” Jay Wallace, vice president of news, told TheWrap. “To have a story like this — which is obviously tragic in its own right — did allow us to get on the air, get some of the facts and eye-witness reports on quicker than we would’ve been able to.”
Fox News was the first cable news channel to break into programming, Wallace said, helped by the fact that the Fox News Deck is housed within its own dedicated studio with its own staff, ready to break in when needed.
“There was no moving of furniture, changing of lights … it was all sort of a turnkey operation,” Wallace said “Once the story started taking on a bit more heaviness to it, we decided to turn on the News Deck, basically get Shep into position.”
Wallace was pleased that Fox News was able to report on the scene through social media reports even before it had people on the ground.
“While everyone talks about Twitter and Facebook and social media and all of that, they still haven’t necessarily mastered a way to use it in reporting and there have been a lot of missteps along the way.”
“By having Shep and his team in place, they were to really give us the behind the scenes – ‘this is what one person’s reporting’ and ‘this is what the LA Times is reporting,’” Wallace said. “And Shep is so good at couching these things and cautioning people.”
When asked if he was concerned that the real-time reporting Fox News Deck is pushing could lead to errors, Wallace said Fox News was keenly aware of the potential for mistakes but trusted that Smith and his team would be able to handle and vet the information.
“We’re still dealing with human beings,” he said. “The technology is a blessing and a curse. We’ve tried to run the traps on everything, whether it’s in rehearsals or as we’ve had meetings in designing the software. There are going to be times when we’re going to have to pull stuff back, but that’s why we’re trying to use Shepard in a way where he’s able to say where we’re getting everything from in real time.”
During the LAX shooting, Canada’s Globe and Mail and the LA Times incorrectly reported information: the Globe reported that the ex-NSA chief Michael Hayden was killed, based on a tweet from a hoax account, and the LA Times reported that the shooter was an employee of TSA and had been killed, citing “law enforcement sources.”
When reports began to circulate that the shooter was a TSA agent, Smith urged his viewers to hold off before drawing conclusions, saying: “These reports are everywhere. Multiple sources have reported to multiple news organizations that he was. Fox News cannot confirm that and the authorities did not confirm it for us. Quite frankly to get ahead of ourselves on that matter would be a mistake.”
But Smith didn’t rely solely on social media reports. Old-fashioned journalism had a place in the News Deck as well.
“Shep was able to use his giant device, toggling between showing a great Google Earth image of the airport where he was manipulating and doing everything as it was happening,” Wallace said. “He was able to switch over to show everyone what AP was reporting as we all see it on the wires in the newsroom. I thought it was really a good blending of old media and new media.”
“This was a good usage of the News Deck and it worked admirably,” Wallace said. “Watching it and watching the competition, I think it helped us get things on quickly with the proper context.”
Southern Poverty Law Center: 'Far-Right Homophobes' to Blame for LAX Shooter
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a radical left supposed justice-based organization, the Los Angeles International Airport shooter sprang from homophobic hatred for the Transportation Security Administration. “The TSA, short for the Transportation Security Administration, is an agency of the DHS charged with ensuring the security of transportation, most notably air transportation,” the SPLC noted. “Although it has not been widely singled out by Patriots, it has been subjected to criticism by far-right homophobes, among others, who have alleged that TSA agents engaging in hand searches are really sexually groping travelers.”
TSA officer bled for 33 minutes in LAX shooting
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An airport security officer lay helplessly bleeding after a gunman opened fire at Los Angeles International Airport as paramedics waited 150 yards away because police had not declared the terminal safe to enter, according to two law enforcement officials.
It would be 33 minutes before Transportation Security Administration Officer Gerardo Hernandez, who was about 20 feet from an exit, would be wheeled out by police to an ambulance, said the officials, who were briefed on the investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity because the probe was still ongoing into the Nov. 1 shooting.
For all but five of those minutes, there was no threat from the suspected gunman — he had been shot and was in custody, they said.
While it's not known when Hernandez died or if immediate medical attention could have saved his life, officials are examining what conversations took place between police and fire commanders to determine when it was safe enough to enter and whether paramedics could have gone into the terminal earlier, one of the officials said.
(VIDEO)Accused Los Angeles airport gunman ordered held without bond
California man accused of killing TSA agent during shooting at Los Angeles International Airport last month is ordered held without bond pending trial. John Russell reports.