LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles airport police union spokesman says medical attention for a mortally wounded Transportation Security Administration officer was delayed because a
Marshall McClain, president of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association, said Friday the LAPD officer was standing in front of
It's unclear how the officer made that determination or whether he was qualified to do so.
The events unfolded on Nov. 1 after a gunman pulled a rifle from a duffel bag in the busy airport and targeted
Authorities finally went to aid Hernandez after helping other wounded victims. McClain says an airport police officer thought he detected a light pulse and immediately wheeled Hernandez out to paramedics — 33 minutes after he'd been shot.
McClain says he learned about the events by speaking with airport officers who were involved.