Police union says LA airport vulnerable to attacks

Security cutbacks have made Los Angeles International Airport vulnerable to a terrorist attack, its police union complained in a letter to airport officials who deny the allegation.

The Airport Police Officers Association told their police chief in a letter last month that the force was spread too thin in the central terminal area, and there have been fewer random checks of vehicles entering the airport.

Reductions in the deployment of personnel and cuts to the budget for training are making the airport "more vulnerable to a terrorist attack than at any time since 9/11," wrote Marshall McClain, president of the police union.

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