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LAX Hoax Proven in Pictures

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The shooting at the LA International Airport is a diabolical hoax where no one was injured, no one was killed, and no real shots were fired: an absolute phony.

Police hold active shooter drill at L.A./Ontario International Airport


Officers from the Los Angeles Airport police along with LAPD SWAT members conduct drills at one of the
unused terminals on Saturday at L.A./Ontario International Airport. Doug Saunders — Staff Photographer
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By Doug Saunders, San Bernardino Sun

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 ONTARIO >> In one of many scenarios, an “armed man” ran into an unused terminal at L.A./Ontario International Airport on Saturday, “shooting” three people before officers swooped in to save the day.

The exercise allowed officers to do live training in the event a real-life, or active, shooter scenario plays out.

“There are many places where we can conduct this type of training,” said one of the SWAT officers, who didn’t want his name released. “But if we can take advantage of training as if it were real, then we have to opportunity to save more lives in a live scenario.”

Nearly 300 sworn members of the Los Angeles Airport Police Department and the Los Angeles Police Department took part in the training, said an airport police spokeswoman, Sgt. Belinda Nettles.

“Many resources were pulled together to make this training happen,” Nettles said. “In the event that something similar to this were to ever happen, it’s vital that we train this way so everyone knows what to do in order to save lives.”

Some people stood at the corner of Airport Way and Vineyard Avenue to watch the scenarios play out.

“I think they should train everywhere they can to become the most proficient police agency around in order to protect us,” said Ontario resident Margie Hamilton. “If I ever need to be saved, I want the cops that are highly skilled in this type of rescue to be there for me.”

The Department of Homeland Security has defined an active shooter as “an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.”

Over the last year, there have been several incidents where an active shooter has gone into a business or school and killed for no apparent reason, including the DC Navy Yard and Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Conn.

Another officer who didn’t want his name disclosed spoke of the tragedies that most of the world watched live on network television.

“Without constant training we aren’t effective enough to work and communicate as a team,” the officer said, “which is desperately needed so we

don’t have the next Sandy Hook.”

End of fake article

Right there, it is clear that this is a fake and that all the players are fraudsters.

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WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: First photo of shot TSA killer

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This is the face of a madman.

A blood-drenched Paul Ciancia lays stunned on the floor at Los Angeles International Airport after brave airport cops shot him four times, including once in the face, to stop his rampage through the crowded terminal that left one TSA agent dead and six other people hurt on Friday.

Ciancia allegedly had a grudge against the Transportation Security Administration and a hatred for former Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

“FU Janet Napolitano,” he apparently says in the one-page, handwritten screed, in which he proclaims that airport searches violate his rights.

In this stunning first image of the alleged shooter, Ciancia is seen with his hands cuffed behind his slim body, surrounded by law enforcement as he stares off into space, next to a thick, bright pool of his own blood on the floor.

The shot he took to the mouth knocked out teeth and split his tongue, sources said. Ciancia, a Pennsville, NJ, native, is in critical condition at UCLA Medical Center.

He walked into Terminal 3, whipped out a semi-automatic rifle and began firing away at every Transportation Security Administration employees.

TSA Agent Gerardo I. Hernandez, 39, was killed and hundreds of terrified air travelers ran for safety as Ciancia stalked his way through the terminal.

His handwritten note also said he “wanted to kill TSA and pigs,” according to reports.

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“Hey, ambulance, I need a lift, ideally on a gurney with a bunch of crisis actor EMTs in tow so we can convince the world to strip out the guns.”

Raise up that arm, fraudster, real high: some people are awake and can see through your fraud. 1000% fake, indisputable.
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NOTE: These people have no evidence of distress upon their faces: none whatsoever, rather, the TSA mole appears to be smiling. That is fake blood on his arm. Who can prove otherwise?

Same color of tint on the blue shirt as seen with the other crisis TSA actors; the stain is the same. No one, here, looks particularly distressed. This is a drill, not a real shooting.

The man in the wheelchair has applied moulage on his right hand and also over his face. Who in the world is going to wheel around unstable gunshot victims in wheelchairs and also force a man with a gunshot wound to the belly and arm to walk around on the pavement, raising his bleeding arm up in the air, of all things. A complete fraud: pure Zionist fake terror.

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What’s the purpose of this airport crisis worker in the red jacket? See any gunshot wounds anywhere?

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Same group of fakes and fraudsters wheeling the same phony in the wheelchair and walking about with the same fake whose arm is soaked in artificial blood. Breaking protocol? Where’s the gurney for the bleeding gunshot victims, Mr. Fireman?

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An ‘anti-government’ gunman who shot dead a TSA agent at an LAX security checkpoint today and wounded five others was carrying a note which said that he ‘wanted to kill TSA and pigs’. 

Paul Anthony Ciancia, aged 23, from Pennsville, New Jersey, stalked through Terminal 3 carrying a high-powered assault rifle on Friday morning as terrified passengers fled the building and others sheltered in lounges on lock down.

The gunman, who was dressed in fatigues and carrying multiple clips of ammunition, was believed to be acting alone. One witness said that the shooter walked up to him and simply asked: ‘TSA?’

Airport police chief Patrick Gannon said the shooter came into Terminal 3 around 9.20am, pulled an assault rifle from a bag and opened fire in the LA terminal. He proceeded up to the screening area, shot his way past screeners and into the airport, making it as far as a Burger King restaurant.

Police fired at the shooter, wounding him before taking him into police custody. The gunman was one of six people taken to hospital.

 

Scroll down for footage from the scene

Police officers on the scene at LAX next to a gun. One person has been confirmed dead in the shooting

Police officers on the scene at LAX next to a gun. One person has been confirmed dead in the shooting

 

A TSA officer (pictured in the center) gets medical attention after several people were wounded by gunfire at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday by a lone gunman armed with an assault rifle

A TSA officer (pictured in the center) gets medical attention after several people were wounded by gunfire at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday by a lone gunman armed with an assault rifle

 

A man is led away by police in handcuffs from Los Angeles International on Friday following the shooting. It is unclear where this man is a suspect

A man is led away by police in handcuffs from Los Angeles International on Friday following the shooting. It is unclear where this man is a suspect

 

A man is led away from Los Angeles International Airport in handcuffs on Friday. It is unknown whether he is related to the shooting

A man is led away from Los Angeles International Airport in handcuffs on Friday. It is unknown whether he is related to the shooting

 

Los Angeles International Airport is locked down today following reports of a shooting at a security checkpoint

Los Angeles International Airport is locked down today following reports of a shooting at a security checkpoint

 

Passengers flee LAX today amid reports of shots fired

Passengers flee LAX today amid reports of shots fired. Seven people were injured including the gunman. Six people were currently being treated in hospital with two in critical condition

 

 

People walk from the terminal with their hands on their heads after the airport was evacuated following the shooting on Friday
People walk from the terminal with their hands on their heads after the airport was evacuated following the shooting on Friday

People walk from the terminal with their hands on their heads after the airport was evacuated following the shooting on Friday

 

 



The TSA agent was reportedly killed when the gunman opened fire at the desk where he was checking passengers’ passports and boarding cards.

Leon Saryan told MSNBC that the shooter calmly walked up to him: ‘All he said was, ”TSA?” Just like that.’

Ciancia was carrying a bag containing a hand-written note that said he ‘wanted to kill TSA and pigs’, an official said, who was briefed at LAX on the investigation

Seven people were injured in the terminal with six transferred to hospital. Three victims were being treated at UCLA Medical Center, where one is listed in critical condition and two others were in fair condition.

Police say the shooter’s brother got a text message from Ciancia on Friday saying he was thinking about taking his own life.

According to ABC, Ciancia’s brother received a ‘worrying’ text from him earlier in the day, causing his father Paul to reach out to Pennsville police who in turn contacted LA authorities. It was already too late.

Neighbor Whitney Hankins, 18, who went to Pennsville Memorial High School with Ciancia, said the family were very quiet and kept to themselves, especially after the 2009 death of mother Susan, who suffered from MS for years.

‘I didn’t know him personally as he was a few years older than me,’ she told MailOnline today. ‘But I would see him around school and the neighbourhood. He was kinda strange, very quiet and shy. Wouldn’t really make eye contact or talk much.

‘Though I would never have expected him to do anything like this. Some of the girls on the street called him ”the creepy guy.”’

Whitney said in the tight-knit, middle-class neighborhood, the Ciancia’s house was set back into the woods and was ‘humungous’ compared to others on the street. A police presence was in front of the New Jersey family home this evening.

Miss Hankins added: ‘We just assumed they were really wealthy because they have a really big house compared to the others and his dad owns an auto shop up the street. It’s a really small town and everyone knows everyone else’s business. But everyone just kind of left them alone after the mom died.’

At a lunchtime news conference, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti described it as a ‘static’ situation with no other threats at the airport. Mayor Garcetti thanked the first responders from multiple law enforcement agencies for their courage. The mayor gave limited information due to the large scale of the ongoing investigation.

During the investigation, being led by the FBI, a large box of ammunition was found on airport grounds.

FOLLOWING THE SHOOTING, TRAVEL CHAOS AT LAX

Hundreds of flights to and from Los Angeles International have been cancelled or delayed after today’s shooting brought the airport to a standstill.

Flights to LAX are being grounded at airports they are leaving from. Some flights already en route have been redirected to other California airports.

At present, planes are landing and taking off from LAX terminals 4-8.

Transportation officials announced at noon to follow the official airport Twitter – @LAX_official -  and for travelers to check with individual airlines for the most up-to-date information.

The roads around LAX have also been shut down. Some travelers arriving at the airport have reported having to walk miles to rent a car, catch a cab or meet family. Others have been abandoning their cars on the road and walking to the airport with luggage.

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SWAT teams, bomb disposal and emergency responders rushed to the scene although many vehicles were slowed down by the clogged LA traffic. Dozens of ambulances and fire engines formed lines in front of the terminal building.

Terminal 3 is still on lockdown with the rest of LAX operating at around 50 per cent. Flights continued to take off through terminals 4-8 on the south side of the airport on Friday.

Airport authorities encouraged passengers to stay away from LAX this afternoon not because there was any danger but because the ongoing investigation meant that the airport was working at half capacity.

Brian Adamick, 43, who was boarding a Spirit Airlines flight to Chicago told the LA Times said people ran screaming through emergency exits on the tarmac away from an area where shots were being fired.

Mr Adamick said buses showed up to evacuate those in the airport – including a TSA agent who had been shot but was reassuring everyone that he was fine.

TV personality Tory Bellecci, who presents Mythbusters, tweeted: ‘Heard gun shots then everyone starting running for the door. Not sure if anyone was hurt. #LAX.’

John Forstrom, who was in the terminal at the time, tweeted: ‘#lax passenger just told us he saw person casually walk into terminal with rifle. Just started shooting.’

Witness Nick Pugh told NBC Los Angeles: ‘We were just standing there and someone started shooting. I heard a total of maybe eight or 10 shots fired.’

Fox Sports reporter Bill Reiter who was at terminal tweeted: ‘First came the gunfire. Then people including me hiding our seats. It felt very Columbine. A new kind of fear, at least for me.’

Virgin passengers were locked inside the airline’s lounge. Mythbusters co-star Grant Imahar tweeted: ‘Virgin promptly locked the lounge doors. About ten minutes later, LAPD armed with automatic weapons arrived to secure the area.’

One passenger Billy Bey told CBS2: ‘I was waiting for my flight and heard a rumble of people, which I thought was an earthquake, but then I saw people running and heard gun shots, immediately dove under the benches at my gate, and then gunshots stopped and I got up and called my wife.

Passengers wait for Los Angeles International Airport to reopen at Terminal 1 on Friday following a gunman going on a shooting spree at terminal 3

Passengers wait for Los Angeles International Airport to reopen at Terminal 1 on Friday following a gunman going on a shooting spree at terminal 3

 

Passengers with their luggage leave LAX after a suspect believed to be armed with an assault rifle opened fire inside Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International

Passengers with their luggage leave LAX after a suspect believed to be armed with an assault rifle opened fire inside Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International

 

 

Passengers pictured at LAX today following the fatal shooting at Terminal 3
Passengers pictured at LAX today following the fatal shooting at Terminal 3. The airport was placed on lock down and flights redirected to other airports

Passengers pictured at LAX today following the fatal shooting at Terminal 3. The airport was placed on lock down and flights redirected to other airports

 

Travel chaos ensued at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday following the shooting

Travel chaos ensued at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday following the shooting

 

Map of Los Angeles International Airport where a man opened fire at a TSA checkpoint in Terminal 3

Map of Los Angeles International Airport where a man opened fire at a TSA checkpoint in Terminal 3

 

A police officer closes a road at the Los Angeles International Airport. Flights were suspended as the aiport was placed on lockdown
A police officer closes a road at the Los Angeles International Airport. Flights were suspended as the aiport was placed on lock down

A police officer closes a road at the Los Angeles International Airport. Flights were suspended as the aiport was placed on lock down

 

Passengers are directed outside Terminal 2 at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday after shots were fired in Terminal 3

Passengers are directed outside Terminal 2 at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday after shots were fired in Terminal 3

 

Fire crews spread triage mats in front of LAX following reports of multiple injuries inside LAX after a gunman opened fire

Fire crews spread triage mats in front of LAX following reports of multiple injuries inside LAX after a gunman opened fire

 

Emergency responders load someone who appears to be injured into an ambulance at LAX International on Friday morning

Emergency responders load someone who appears to be injured into an ambulance at LAX International on Friday morning

‘Then I saw a man walking towards the gate, when I saw him I thought he was just a passenger looking for his gate, but when he kept walking, I saw he had something looked like an assault rifle, a huge gun strapped over his shoulder, hanging down on the right side of his waist.’

Terrified passengers were escorted to safety after the area was secured, where empty gun cartridges littered the ground. One passenger told NBC he saw a stain on the ground that he thought might be blood.

Terminal 3 has a mix of domestic and international flight departures. Los Angeles International is the U.S’s third largest airport. AirTran, Alaska, Horizon, JetBlue, V Australia and Virgin America all operate from the terminal.

Last month, an airport employee was arrested in connection with dry ice explosions at LAX. One dry ice bomb exploded and two soda bottles containing the dangerous material were found at Terminal 3 in a restricted area.

 

Fire and rescue personnel gather at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday after reports of multiple injuries following a shooting

Fire and rescue personnel gather at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday after reports of multiple injuries following a shooting

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Police hold active shooter drill at L.A./Ontario International Airport


Officers from the Los Angeles Airport police along with LAPD SWAT members conduct drills at one of the unused terminals on Saturday at L.A./Ontario International Airport. Doug Saunders — Staff Photographer

 

ONTARIO >> In one of many scenarios, an “armed man” ran into an unused terminal at L.A./Ontario International Airport on Saturday, “shooting” three people before officers swooped in to save the day.

The exercise allowed officers to do live training in the event a real-life, or active, shooter scenario plays out.

“There are many places where we can conduct this type of training,” said one of the SWAT officers, who didn’t want his name released. “But if we can take advantage of training as if it were real, then we have to opportunity to save more lives in a live scenario.”

 

Nearly 300 sworn members of the Los Angeles Airport Police Department and the Los Angeles Police Department took part in the training, said an airport police spokeswoman, Sgt. Belinda Nettles.

“Many resources were pulled together to make this training happen,” Nettles said. “In the event that something similar to this were to ever happen, it’s vital that we train this way so everyone knows what to do in order to save lives.”

Some people stood at the corner of Airport Way and Vineyard Avenue to watch the scenarios play out.

 

“I think they should train everywhere they can to become the most proficient police agency around in order to protect us,” said Ontario resident Margie Hamilton. “If I ever need to be saved, I want the cops that are highly skilled in this type of rescue to be there for me.”

The Department of Homeland Security has defined an active shooter as “an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.”

 

Over the last year, there have been several incidents where an active shooter has gone into a business or school and killed for no apparent reason, including the DC Navy Yard and Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Conn.

Another officer who didn’t want his name disclosed spoke of the tragedies that most of the world watched live on network television.

“Without constant training we aren’t effective enough to work and communicate as a team,” the officer said, “which is desperately needed so we don’t have the next Sandy Hook.”

 

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