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entrance. jerry stein feld tina fey, alec baldwin, the foo fighters are performing and it was a heart felt good night and goodbye to him. thank you for joining us. anderson cooper is next. a dentist accused of performing unnecessary and painful procedures on children and making himself millions of dollars doing it. the allegations are sickening and the video heartbreaking and the fact that this doctor is not alone and that should make parents stop and think. and the bikers who say they are getting a bad wrap as authorities recover a thousand weapons, yes 1,000 weapons from the warfare in wake on. and the man who brought you will velcro and david letterman who is signing off tonight.
>> and first no laughing matter we begin with the 360 report you'll only see here a florida dentist harming the most vulnerable of patients children and collecting millions for things his patients didn't need or want. and you'll see what the dentist did to some of the children and as disturbing as the story is and it might be difficult to watch at times, it might be the tip of the iceberg. there have been questionable billings among providers in five states. this week a new report found more than 300 dentists in california may be overcharged medicaid. and while there isn't proof of fraud or inappropriate care they raise red flags and merit further investigation and that brings us to florida and the
dentist still working and the report still difficult to watch. >> a child screaming out of fear and possibly pain from the dentist chair. the cell phone video secretly recorded by the boy's mother. going to the dentist is a rite of passage but happening in this office at the hands of dr. howard shschneider was not the right of passage, it was horrifying. for the past three weeks there have been daily protests outside of his jacksonville florida practice one patient so angry she attacked him outside of his office. he said he did nothing wrong. after brandly motley wrote about the day she took her daughter to the dentist to have her one tooth pulled. >> they said it is best that the kids act better if the children
is not in the room. >> so motley sat in the waiting room for three hours. >> finally the nurse went and get me and she was hyperventilating and had blood and marks all over her. >> they left and rushed to an emergency room. >> in the parking lot she takes the gauze out and all of her teeth were gone. >> doctor schneider had pulled not one tooth but seven. >> what happened to her teeth. >> the doctor hid her and choked her and so mom called police twice and even though the officers responded and according to police logs one wrote a report cnn was told no report was written on the case and no attorney would take the case. >> i told everybody what happened. >> her story went viral and there were other claims of
unwanted claims and abuse at dr. schneider. >> i kept reading until the name dr. howard and i knew that was the same dentist. >> amanda barry is deaf and her son is blind in one eye and was referred for a crown in march. he is part of a civil suit accusing the doctor of assault and battery. two front teeth were removed for an unknown reason. >> did you cry out and scream out. >> yes, screamed for my mom. >> that is what mothers me the most. i'm deaf: to know my son called me out for me and i can't hear him.
you know i'm always here for you. >> and we were apart and i was sad because i wasn't here for you. >> at one point this family was part of the lawsuit and have since withdrawn. they are pursuing a medical malpractice suit represented by attorney phillips and most of them rely on medicaid. >> medicaid paid him per toonl. so can i cap it twice and then pull it and then obtain benefits for all three? absolutely. >> and dr. schneider has made a ford un from medicaid. state reports show he had received $4 million in reimbursements in the last five years. now the florida attorney general has launched a medicaid fraud investigation and the claims stretch back decades.
a 1995 malpractice suit was settled out of court saying he placed 16 crowns in the mouth of a 3-year-old. the boy's family was paid $7,500. a said suit was filed that year but the documents have been destroyed and the outcome is unclear. >> someone performing procedures that children don't need and pulling teeth that he knows should still be in the child's mouth, in some cases, we even have where many procedures were done except for what they came in. >> this attorney represents dominic and dozens more of the doctor's former patients and this month he filed a potential class-action lawsuit on behalf of these children claiming patterns of abuse of the child patients an as youkation that cnn discovered had been made before. according to this 2013 police report the mother of a 5-year-old patient was allowed
to sit with her and an officer acknowledged a small scratch behind the left ear and the alleged offense was battery and the doctor denied touching the girl and not arrested and the mother was referred to the state attorney office. and nurses later denied that anything inappropriate happened. prosecutors decided not to file charges because of improbable of conviction at trial. cnn made no fewer to dr. schneider's office to arrange an interview and none was returned and we found him in the parking lot of the office. >> what do you think about the allegations? >> what do you think about them? you don't want to hear. >> no, sir, i do. >> you are not correct. i want to be left alone, okay. >> despite the calls to police and the malpractice settlement the doctor is free to practice and his license is clear and according to the board he is not
disciplined and that is unclear to these parents. they want jail. >> go to jail. >> it is just a stunning stunning case. victor blackwell joins me and our prosecutor jeffrey toobin. this is so unbelievable when you see the kids and the parents. how could he practice for so long and how long has he been practicing. >> 45 years in jacksonville and for the first 30 of that there is no social media or facebook. so each alleged cases happens in a relative vacuum. you put the allegations of a three, four five-year-old up against a dentist and then brandy started it and then these parents build a pattern of abuse. >> and i just want to put this
guys picture up again because i think it is important to point these people out. howard schneider, that is his name. why were parents going to this dentist in particular? >> well because most of the patients rely on medicaid for the insurance. there are few other, if any other options and there is one in gainesville 70 miles away. many of these people don't have cars and they have to rely on public transportation and another dentist could get them in in four to eight months and one mother said he took out four teeth instead of two and then would take them back and i said why did you take them back and they said no other would sedate my son and hi to take them back. >> and the details are horrifying. >> oh, i'm not sure i watched the whole thing, i was climbing
under the table. it is a horrible set of allegations. but you know what he's going to say. he'll say i have a clean record for 40 years going to the dentist is not pleasant, some kids scream but when there are so many allegations, and the combination of the testimony incentive to do more procedures. >> and to be paid by tooth -- >> exactly. >> that looks bad. >> is the state's attorney's office looking at this. >> the 2013 case specifically. the nurses told the investigators with the state attorney's office nothing inappropriate happened. well there are reports unconfirmed that schneider has shut down his office. the theory is that they said that in 2013 in fear of losing their jobs. if he has shut down the practice and that fear is out of the window and if something happened they are more willing to talk about it now. >> it is amazing, if this had
been going on for a long time some nurse or assistant isn't willing to come forward, why that wouldn't be. >> that has to be the key to the case to make a criminal case against him. these are assaults if it is what the parents said. if you put your hands on someone in a violent unconsented to way, it doesn't matter if you have a white coat or not. it is also malpractice and should result in the loss of a medical license but it would be a crime as well. the hienlennist or the people who work in the office are going to be critical here. >> and what sort of charges could he have in case anyone out there has experiences they want somebody to know about. >> the list is long it begins with malpractice, civil. civil battery.
possibly criminal assault. possibly criminal fraud in connection with the medicaid payments. and of course the loss of his chemical license to the florida authorities. all of those are possible. and boy, if that is true the real question is going to be how did this go on for so long. >> and the mom who can't hear her child crying and the little boy -- i just want to hug him. victor blackwell, appreciate the reporting. jeff toobin thank you as alzheimer's. -- as assalways. and the beginning of the end of the mystery in the fire that took four lives in an up scale neighborhood and word of a possible motive when we
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identity and one guy who spent his life in law enforcement. and so what are you learning about those arrested. >> reporter: the 32 years on the police force for the san antonio police department that gentleman you are talking about is martin lewis, a retired police officer, a vice cop who police say they simply were surprised. the officer said it made his sick to his stomach to think about arresting one of his own and tess a bapd -- that he is a bandido member and a married couple mike and sandra lynch, known as drama and grandparents and they are small business owners and they think this blanket arrest is simply injustice. >> and the guns and weapons that authorities said they recovered what have you heard? >> you mentioned more than 1,000 weapons, knives handguns
rifles and ak-47s and they were all over this restaurant. they found guns stuffed in between flowerbeds in a bag of tortilla chips and hid ebb in the toilets in an attempt to try to dump the evidence. >> thank you. and the fact that some people are dead offer the fact that someone gets to wear a patch on their jacket and for groups like this like the hell's arvegels and the band eidos, and over something that wouldn't make any sense to any sensible community, some in the community believe they are getting a bad wrap. gary tuchman has that. >> this is something you might not expect to see. bikers from rival organizations. with nanks like the patriotic
defenders, the booze fighters the gypsies, the revolutionaries, altogether under one roof peacefully they are called motorcycle clubs and the term gang is insinuating. >> call me your name. >> in this bar, south of waco there is shock about what happened in waco. >> there is a reflex not to stereo type all motorcycle riders. >> i feel they are been unfairly labelled. >> why is that? >> because i know a lot of them that i don't see them that way. >> jimmy graves is a bandido, a high level one at that. >> we have been stereotypes. >> they have been labelled a criminal organization and a serious domestic threat. >> they are not thugs.
mainly when we find a thug in our bunch, we get rid of them. >> and the bandidos have made a push to get involved in charity and fundraising over the years. an attorney who represented bandidos say it is all in earnest. >> they do try to help people and the government can try to make it a sinister version to make them look bad, but they wanted to clean up their imth. they didn't want to look bad, but they don't think they are. >> the executive editor of texas monthly magazine who does done investigations of the bandidos and said the charity work is a major part of life for many motorcycle clubs like the one at the saloon. >> we start working with abused
and neglected children. >> and we have to take care of our veterans. >> i ride with the tribe of judea motorcycle ministry. >> and those who judge them for being part of a motorcycle club. >> this are shows like sons of anarchy and they think ault bikers are like that. >> and people run across you with your colors and they are scared and try to get away from you. >> yeah. i seem to scare people. >> the people that patronize this bar come from different clubs but they feel mischaracterized and misunderstood and misappreciated and they don't expect that to change any time soon especially with what happened in waco.
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but right now she is batting isis. >> the recruiters are really slick and they make you believe that it is something different than what it is. and they kept stalking her online and a couple of times she would ignore him and he would blow up. >> a 23-year-old woman from the u.s. is being stalked, close to joining isis and traveling to syria. the woman's family contacted boudreau and an intervention began. >> in less than two hours in her calgary home three separate families reach out to her, desperate for help. they call they find her, for one reason. she has lived this nightmare. >> i tried to convince my son to come back. i didn't know what i was doing. >> there is damien raiding the pantry again. >> three years ago her son became the target of a radical islam recruit ear, chris had no
idea. >> we thought he was going to egypt to study linguistics. i didn't question it. >> he was raised a catholic and got into trouble as a teen and attempted suicide at 17 and then found islam. his mother looked upon his conversion as a blessing and it would soon become a curse. canadian authorities believe claremont and several other young islams were recruited out of a downtown calgary mosque and led to the battlefield without their families suspecting a thing. chris's son damien would be dead in months, killed fighting for isis just outside of aleppo syria. >> do you think damien died wanting to come back? >> no. >> he wanted to be there, up until the actual day he died? >> as far as i know the last
message i got, from him, through facebook was how strong his faith was now and his ideas were completely twisted. it was not the same person that i knew. >> she grieved, kept private, then got angry. >> how can somebody take such a bright mind and twist it and convince them that they are doing the right thing, they believe they're doing right. >> the story that you have is being told all across the world by people calling you right now looking for help. >> yeah. >> how do you stop it? >> we have to lift the taboo. we have to reach out to our youth. make them realize what this is before they get approached. only then can we stop this from happening. >> through her organization she is trying to lift the veil on isis recruiting and send a
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new developments in the quadruple murder mystery. whoever set this porsche on fire after ditching it is part of the question. and new information about what the four victims endured, pamela brown has the latest. >> investigators of the mystery inside of this washington, d.c. mansion believe money was a motive motive. a law enforcement source said a separate source said the couple
and their 10-year-old son philip and the house keeper were bound and held captive and signs of torture to one of the victims. and while this was going on law enforcement tell "the washington post" that an employee of the husband delivered a package containing 40,000 dollars to the house and assailants are believed to have gotten away with that amount of money. the housekeeper's husband went to the home the morning after the incident began and knew something was wrong and saw the family's porsche as the getaway car. >> i saw the porsche, it was on the street and then i was knocking and knocking and ringing the bell and my feeling was that somebody was inside. >> but no one answered. then he received a phone caught
from mr. save appo laos. >> i forgot to call you, she had to stay with my wife and she was feeling bad and asked vera to go to her. >> it is likely it was the -- that call was made when he was a hostage. three hours later the mansion next to joe biden's home went up in flames. they believe the victims were killed before it was intentionally set on fire and investigators say three of the four victims received blunt force trauma. >> somebody that is a pro doesn't want to hurt anybody, they want the items and this shows me they are politically cruel. >> and they believe this person
drove the porsche before setting it on fire in broad daylight. >> and pamela brown joins me now. what happened to this family and the housekeeper are brutal. have they found out who did this. >> they have been following up on leads since the person of interest was released to the public and investigators are following up and trying to track them down and interviewing people who knew the family and who may have delivered anything to the home including a pizza delivery driver who delivered pizza to the house when it is believed the family was being held hostage inside and the investigators are also pulling through evidence recovered from the family home and since it is a large house and such large fire damage they will be there for several days collecting evidence. and police are saying there is no signs of forced entry to the home indicating that the suspect or suspects knew the family anderson. >> palm ella brown, thank you.
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well tonight is the end of an era. david letterman is taking his final bow on the late show. in a moment we'll get details on the late show. but first a look at letterman, at his career. he's been at the helm of the show for 6,000 shows, interviewed 20,000 guests, including me a couple of times. he learned the -- earned the title of longest late night
host. take a look. >> he'll be the quintessential late night paradox. revered nightly with the audience of millions and with little use for the pretense of show business. his signature style, often bizarre, always hilarious. transformed comedy. the viral moments of an analog era. movie stars, rock stars, one-named megastars, an appearance on letterman became a status symbol bar none. >> is that a rug? >> are you talking about my hair? all right. what is that a swim cap? what are you wearing? >> he has his favorites to be sure. >> everybody who comes on here pretending to be an actress, i say to myself. you aren't close.
you couldn't carry julia roberts' jock. >> and joaquin, i'm sorry you can't bb&t here tonight. >> and more you see the sistine chapel. >> i'm not going for the 16th chapel lookic canadian high school. >> i was always thrilled just to be invited. each individual as exciting as the first. nothing felt better than getting a laugh from the master himself. >> i was there at the counter all myself. the loneliest, most pathetic person on the planet. >> you never knew where the conversation would end up. >> you wrote -- he wrote this
book all about this person she hooked up with. >> i said did you know marlin brando. >> oh, yes. >> and number two, alice cooper 360. >> and letterman is like johnny carson before him, a uniquely american looking glass, someone whom the audience could see themselves whether after his heart surgery. >> it was five years ago today that these men and women saved my life. >> or when the country was struck by tragedy. >> you can feel it. you can feel it. you can see it. it's terribly sad. >> as he prepares to sign off for the last time after more than 6,000 shows and decades of ground-breaking comedy we just want to say thank you, dave you are an original and we'll always remember all of the laughs all of the moments you gave us. >> good night, everybody.
>> joining me now is bill carter the authority on late night tv and has wrote the late shift and the last night and his hair is as white as mine. and first of all, tonight, tons of stars on the foo fighters are performing. >> top ten list jerry seinfeld steve martin. >> i heard it went long. >> it went 17 minutes long and there was an issue. could they accommodate that. cbs is trying to get some advertising in. >> no one is going to complain about that. and one of the things i found fascinating about that a lot of them would come and see you before you went on the show he only existed at that desk. and even julia rob erpts who was on multiple times, she never saw him outside of being on
television? >> no. he was a different creature on television. he didn't want to talk to the guests he wanted it to be spontaneous and you could possibly blow an anecdote ahead of time and he wasn't a socialable guy. >> and he would come on the air and say i have this social awkward disorder. and it was amazing, but he does. >> and he said minutes before to paul i'm going to retire. >> yes. and moon ves told me it would be in the feature and he got a call in the middle of the day, it is happening tonight and that is it. >> and the thing i liked about him is he kept his private life private. there were glimpses of it when things happened and he has a son and he showed him tonight. >> yes. >> but actually i think what is
interesting about him if something did happen to him and it often did, he had a stalker, he had a sex scandal, had had -- he had his heart problem and he would talk about it on the air, and he would sit at the desk and he wouldn't give an interview, but he would just let it all hang out. >> and in the age of instagram and tweeting. >> oh, no no. >> and i liked that. and i found fascinating and a lot of the shows you do preinterviewed and jay leno stuck with the preinterview and letterman, we were supposed to talk about iraq and he talked about clean coal. >> because he had those interested. he wasn't limited by i'm in joe business and i'm interested in cars or whatever. he was interested in all kinds of things.
and sometimes he would have unusual guests on, you and he wanted to have real discussions. because he wouldn't talk to people outside of the show and if he wanted the information he would book you. >> but it wasn't all about setting up for a joke he would have real discussions. >> yes. and that was an evolution for him. because when he started out, he was not a good interviewer, but as the time went on he had guests that would fulfill a need in him. i don't know about this topic and so i'm going to have this guy on. >> and when he started, there weren't viral moments and you would talk about something the next day. >> he had word of mouth and that was potent because the college crowd would follow that guy. >> and i would stay up sand have bagged under my eyes. bill carter thank you. and someone you knows get
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and i quote. graduation is a big deal bigger than getting a hole-in-one when you are golfing. people might think you are lying about the whole in one, but when you get a hole-in-one, you get a diploma. and i never said that and i quote um, do you make this stuff up and i never said this and i never spoke to this college and they pointed out that it is quoted by the union. they said click hole should have been my first clue. yeah i know it should have. some say i should have done a teeny bit of clicking around said hole and been tipped off by
the other headlines. nine things james taylor wouldn't understand and my daughter is running a fever and keems coughing up pieces of evidence from the o.j. simpson trial but needless to say i didn't read any of those, and in my defense, none of those have any name in them and why would i have read them. that is the kind of guy i am. it is particularly humiliating given the fact i am a fan of the onion and i have moderated a panel with the onion staff, i show you evidence. >> oh, that is good. let's get to that. >> people on the extreme right took it seriously and were completely outraged that planned parenthood would open this abortion clinics. >> but they weren't surprised. >> silly people. falling for a satire site. but that was a good discussion.
and i get the humor. i promise you, i get their humor. >> anybody you won't pick on? >> no. >> because you are a moderator. >> oh, come on. that is clearly about the war. >> i'm starting to resign. >> he was a gentle lover. >> see, i'm a seeker so i wonder what can this click hole miss step teach me. maybe this is a tale of hubar is flying too close to the red hot sun of social media attention and i just pondered this when someone called to ask many my refrigerator was running and i'll just close with a gentle reminder mostly to myself don't believe everything you read in life on line and on
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