LAX accused shooter Pleads Not Guilty to murder
Updated 2:35 p.m. The man accused of killing an airport security officer last month at Los Angeles International Airport pleaded not guilty Thursday to murdering a federal officer and to 10 other charges.
LOS ANGELES – The man accused in a deadly shooting last month at Los Angeles International Airport is scheduled to be in court today.
Authorities say 23-year-old Paul Ciancia killed a TSA officer and wounded three other people at LAX on November 1st.
He will be arraigned today in federal court for the murder and related charges.
If convicted, Ciancia faces the death penalty.
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