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tv   Piers Morgan Tonight  CNN  February 4, 2013 12:30am-1:00am PST

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you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work.
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the information, everything that's going on when it comes to the ravens and the san francisco 49ers. the ravens hung on to beat the 49ers tonight. 34-31. the ravens led 28-6 before a power outage in the superdome put the game on hold for 35 minutes in the third quarter. san francisco came back after the delay to make the game -- to make a game of it, but was never able to take the lead. we're tracking a deadly bus crash in southern california near san bernardino. emergency responders are saying now that multiple people were killed when the bus rolled over in a mountainous area. this is a video late this evening from our affiliate kabc. 27 people were taken from the scene by ambulances. it happened on highway 38 near mentone california, which is east of san bernardino.
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now, news of a killing at a gun range, everyone involved, the alleged shooter and all the victims are all former mirltry men. one of the dead is well known former navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle who wrote a best selling book all about his career in special operations. he described himself as the most lethal sniper in u.s. military history. here's where he died yesterday. a gun rangeouts side ft. worth texas. a third man shot them both dead. the suspect is now in custody. officials in alabama say they're still communicating with suspect jimmy lee dikes to negotiate the release of a 5-year-old boy. he's been held hostage since being abducted from a school bus tuesday. a funeral was held today for the school bus driver who was held trying to shield the children. police quickly ends a dangerous situation outside london's buckingham palace today. a man who looked to be in his
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50s, holding a large knife to his throat broke through a security cordon. he got agitated as police start closing in. he finally lunged at a police officer, there you go right there, you can see it, the officer fired his taser, knocking the man to the ground where police handcuffed him. we want to go now, ray lewis speaking to the media. >> never quitting, and always believing in your dreams and goals. there's no better reward as a father to win a ring on your last ride with my kids being by my side. no matter what was said, no matter what i've been through, my babies have always looked to me as their father. as a man, it's the greatest reward ever, to go out 17 years of a dream. and now i get to hug my babies for the rest of my life, and i get to say i was a champion when i went out.
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it's just no better way to go out. >> that's ray lewis speaking. he had his children by his side. terence moore, i'm going to go to you. ray lewis involved in a situation here in atlanta, a deadly outcome at a nightclub here. you say he's made a turnaround, he's a changed man. can you hear me, terence? terence moore, are you there? we'll work on getting him back. ray lewis involved in an altercation here back in 2001 at a nightclub. he was acquitted. and sadly someone died during
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that altercation and there were other people who were implicated in that as well. there are still people who believe ray lewis is guilty for that and should have paid the price, should have gone to jail or spent some time in prison and didn't. they still hold him responsible and they feel he should be held accountable. and there are others who feel he has paid the price, did his time and should move on. he has many critics and many supporters, in the years since the -- the 11 or 12 years since, he has turned his life over to god. you hear him speaking in press conferences speaking about god and his family. to be able to go out on a happy on a high note with his children by his side. he said for him children to see him as a champion. these are people who are celebrating in the streets of baltimore.
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earlier there was an altercation with police officers who were on horses -- mounted police officers, trying to get some of the crowd to settle down and move back. we don't know what's going on, we do not have control over these pictures because our affiliates are controlling them. this is from their choppers. from their news helicopters. i don't know exactly where this is in baltimore. again, because this is not our chopper. there's some very happy folks there. san francisco 49ers were supposed to win this game. the money was on san francisco, the money was on san francisco and they almost won it after that blackout. but baltimore won. they are really proud of their team, very proud of ray lewis, what they deem as ray lewis' turnaround. and ray lewis has been with this team for a long time. and you know terence moore,
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there were people saying to me on social media tonight, how can you root for the ravens? of course, you know he was not found guilty. he was acquitted. so ray, don't answer. let's hold our thoughts on ray lewis, he just held a press conference. you and i will talk about it the ups and downs, the ins and outs of ray lewis, what he and the team mean to those people who are celebrating in the streets of baltimore right after this break. we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn.
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we're back now talking about super bowl xlvii. there's a lot of celebrating going on especially in baltimore, maryland. the police are trying to keep the people in control. they look to be taunting the officers just a bit. we haven't heard of any arrests. the people are excited their team won. they deserve to celebrate but they don't need any houliganism. terrance, let me tell you this. when we talk about the super bowl, i think we're going to talk about the black out.
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you can pick the order. we're going to talk about the black out and the issue of gay rights. we're going to talk about beyonce and ray lewis who said it's nice to go out as a champion with my children sitting here. terrence, you there? >> reporter: yes, i am. you're asking me about ray lewis? >> there's nobody else on tv but me and you now. >> let's talk about ray lewis and get it out of the way here. people need to leave this man alone. this is a redemption. he is a guy who has said i screwed up. he is a guy that said i'm going to spend the rest of my life telling young people and people in general that i made these mistakes. you don't make these mistakes.
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now that he's a world champion he's got more ears. he has more people to give this message too. this should be great story. we should celebrate this story. not continue to ridicule this guy for something that he allegedly did and has been proven innocent of. >> i'm not a sports guy. i was working in philadelphia when this happened. was ray lewis acquitted? i don't know everything. was he acquitted? did he take a plea deal? what happened? >> reporter: well, it was a plea. >> he plead out obstruction of justice. >> reporter: right. the matter is he was not found guilty of murder. >> of anything. >> right. >> so listen. ray lewis, there are people that say why are you bringing up his past. ray lewis brought up his own past in the press conference.
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he keeps saying he's redeemed and a new person. stop saying we're bringing up his past, he's the one doing it and that's why we're talking about it. >> reporter: exactly. which makes the point even more poignant. here's a guy fessing up to what he did in the past and he wants to rectify it in the future. it's a great story. people should embrace this. it's been very few occasions in the history of sports that a guy had retired going out on top. tony rouxsa did it as a manager this could be a possible if people will look at the glass half full instead of the glass half empty as far as ray lewis is concerned. >> it's all at how you look at it. america is a place of redemption stories. and it's all in how you look at it. terrence standby.
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he went to the game. he has been celebrating as well. we'll talk to lamar campbell after the break.
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welcome back. this is baltimore, maryland. there's a crowd of folks happy their team won. they beat san francisco 49ers. we're on late. we're staying on late because of the unusual circumstances surrounded this super bowl. baltimore ravens win, but there was a 35 minute power outage which almost cost the san francisco 49ers to win after the ravens were surging. they had all the momentum until this will power outage. look at these images. nearly dark superdome. we have terrence moore and then lamar campbell who is host of "life after the game" and a former player for the detroit lions. he's also in new orleans. lamar, what the heck happened as you were watching when this power outage went out.
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if this had gone on too long, things could have got rowdy in the superdome. >> what an mazing game even after that. it had to be one of strangest third quarters in super bowl history. beyonce put on a great performance. a lot of people were still reveling in her performance. when it came to the lights being out for 30 minutes, one thing i saw is people were having such a good time, i did not hear that much complaining in the dome. at all. the fans were great. people were great. the thing that really affected everything was the momentum of the game. once we came out of that
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blackout, they were not the team they were before the blackout occurred. >> lamar, i wish i could spend more time with you. we're getting close to the top of the hour. stand by. we'll have more after the break.
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welcome back. the celebrating still happening
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now in baltimore. police trying to corral some of the partying. we have been looking at some of the live pictures. they have been able to get some of the folks off of those streets. courtesy of our affiliates wbal and wjz in baltimore, maryland. we'll get back to the city of baltimore in a moment. lamar campbell is the host of "life after the game" on voice america sports and a former nfl player. he's in new orleans tonight and he joins us now. he was at the game when the black out happened. lamar, you're there. all of a sudden the lights go out an people are sort of sitting around trying to figure out what's going on. this did change the momentum of this game. it could have had a completely different outcome and it almost did. >> it definitely almost did.
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before the blackout i thought that would be the moment of the super bowl. once the blackout occurred, the san francisco 49ers came out and scored, i said the story of the game will be the blackout if the 49ers come out and win. momentum is a fickle thing. it changes the landscape of the game and the way it could have turned off. it was a great game and baltimore held off for a great win. >> you heard john harbaugh say as i was sitting there during the 35 minutes, i know what kind of team they are, i know what kind of coach he is. i knew they were going to come back strong every minute that we were not on that field playing. i know they were getting stronger mentally and they were going to come back and play harder. >> we have a chance to catch your composure, i think
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san francisco got a little shocked, they had at chance get their momentum. they got their mind together. they came back a more confident team. they beat the atlanta falcons last week. there's a situation they have been in before. it gave them the confidence and now they came out and played that way. >> lamar campbell, thank you very much. i want to go to the baltimore police commissioner. anthony bhatts. we're going to go to the police department just as soon as we get it. we want to find out what's going on there. we saw what looks to us to be a a little bit of tussling in the streets. we don't know. with some of the mounted police officers there. commissioner, thanks for joining us this evening here on cnn. it appears some of the officers got some of the people off the streets. >> my sound is really bad but i think you're asking for an
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update. just quickly, go ravens. we have a number of officers in and around the area and have been there for a time. we have two locations. it's our federal hill which is the southwest part of our city and phils point in the southeast of our city. we probably have a thousand in each location. they're just celebrating, and i think things are going well. >> we did see some mounted police officers in the video and then moving some people back. what was that all about. >> i wanted them to start moving the corral in a slow pace. i think the pace was too fast. we had to give people time to celebrate. we expect them tbe