The FBI says Hesham Mohamed Hadayet had two guns and a knife -- and carried extra ammunition "ready to go." An El Al airlines security guard fatally shot Hadayet after he opened fire.
Two other people were killed in the shooting rampage -- an El Al ticket agent and a father of eight dropping a friend off at the airport.
FBI spokesman Matt McLaughlin says there's nothing to indicate
terrorism but adds that hasn't been ruled out. He has suggested it
might instead be a hate crime.
Hadayet was an Egyptian national who'd lived in the U-S for ten years and ran a limo company.
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