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>> Accused Florida airport gunman Esteban Santiago due in federal court Monday for the shooting deaths of five people in Fort Lauderdale, charges that could bring him the death penalty. New video published by TMZ shows the gunman walking calmly past the airport's baggage area before pulling his gun out and shooting victims indiscriminately.
Distraught passengers can be seen scattering and ducking for cover. The 26-year-old Iraq war veteran with a history of erratic behavior says the attack was premeditated, buying a one-way ticket from Alaska to Florida to carry it out. FBI agents in Alaska revealed over the weekend that police took a handgun from Santiago in November, when he said his mind was being controlled by the CIA.
The gun was returned last month after psychiatric tests found he was not mentally ill. Six people were also wounded in Friday's attack, and several dozen suffered minor injuries trying to escape the ensuing chaos. Santiago could have bond set, and be assigned a public defender during Monday's hearing if he's unable to afford an attorney.