LAX Shooting Suspect In Fair Condition
Paul Ciancia, 23, allegedly entered the airport armed with a Smith & Wesson M&P-15 semi-automatic rifle and 100 rounds of ammo and opened fire in Terminal 3, on Nov. 1. Prior to being taken in to custody about 10 minutes after the shooting, Ciancia was criticaly wounded in the head and leg by police.
Three other people, including two other TSA agents, were wounded in the attack.
A handwritten note was found with the suspect describing his anger towards TSA agents and how he wanted to "instill fear in their traitorous minds."
On Nov. 3, the FBI anounced that if convicted on first-degree murder charges, Ciancia will face the death penalty or life in prison wihtout parole.