LAX Official, Brothers, Charged with Arms Trafficking – Carolyn Costello Reports

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LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Federal agents said Friday they had charged a customs agent based at Los Angeles International Airport and his two brothers for allegedly exporting high-powered weapons from the U.S. to the Philippines without a license.

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