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The LA Times reported that a protester fired shots at a security guard outside the consulate, missing his target and hitting a building in the compound instead.
Anyway, it is better to be a security guard than sitting idle," he said.
As a result, one security guard named Muhammad Gul died on the spot.
On Saturday, a security guard with another US firm, DynCorp, shot dead an Iraqi taxi driver.
The Security Guard Act of 1992 established guidelines for training and licensing security guards.
Before the library received a security guard and a video monitoring system in May 2005, the library had several incidents of inappropriate sexual behavior, including a report that a man propositioned a juvenile.
For example, if we wanted to get access to an office space and found a security guard who was having a hard time making ends meet on his salary, chances are high that we could get access to the space after a bit of convincing--or upon offering a bribe.
Leach said the public image of the security guard is improving, noting that many students are now studying law and security in college.