Attacker in New Orleans airport had homemade bombs in bag

By REUTERS
March 21, 2015 21:39

 
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The man who attacked security agents at a New Orleans airport on Friday night had six homemade bombs, or molotov cocktails, in a bag, officials said at a news conference on Saturday.

The man, 62-year-old Richard White, was shot three times by a law enforcement officer as he chased a Transportation Security Administration agent, sprayed other agents with wasp repellent and brandished a machete.

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