The suspected gunman in last week's deadly attack at Los Angeles International Airport wrote a note saying he intended to die after killing at least one security officer, the chairman of a key US security committee said on Sunday. Twenty-three-year-old Paul Anthony Ciancia also discussed weaknesses in airport security in the "suicide" note before Friday's attack, Michael McCaul, the Republican chair of the House Committee on Homeland Security told CNN.
Ciancia is accused of shooting dead a Transportation Security Administration officer. Airport police shot and wounded the gunman, ending the rampage. (Reuters)