Tami Abdollah

Associated Press

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Law enforcement reporter for the Associated Press in Los Angeles

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The final report on November's shooting at LAX isn't out yet, and Airport Police Chief Patrick Gannon has declined to comment on an explosive story by the  Associated Press .

AP Exclusive: Phone System Failed in LAX Shooting

The final report on November's shooting at LAX isn't out yet, and Airport Police Chief Patrick Gannon has declined to comment on an explosive story by the Associated Press .

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