Why Did Air Marshals Use Deadly Force in Miami?

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Two air marshals shot and killed a man at Miami International Airport Wednesday afternoon, after he reportedly said he was carrying a bomb. Authorities say the man was shot after he ran out of a plane onto a jet way and refused orders to stop.


Sara Goo, aviation safety and security reporter for The Washington Post



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