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. you are live in the cnn newsroom. we begin with live video of the ft. lauderdale airport shooting. if you prefer to walk away, do so right now. let me first explain what you're going to see. take a look, this is a freeze frame from the video obtained by tmz. it appears to be video footage from inside the baggage claim area. keep your eye on the left side of the screen, that's where you'll see the shooter walk into the frame. again, we warn you, some may find this video disturbing. we're going to play it for you now.
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>> those people will, boris, in the airport, hiding behind the carts, not knowing what to do at that moment. we know, boris, who's right there at the scene. that the suspect has been talking to police, what has he been saying? >> reporter: from what we understand, he's told them that this whole thing was orchestrated, that he planned to come here to ft. lauderdale to carry out this attack, he leaves no doubt that this was some kind of an attack and that he didn't necessarily pick out who he was going to attack. from what we understand in an affidavit released yesterday by investigators. he told them they he came here to ft. lauderdale, he went into the restroom, put the gun in his
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waistband and then came out and opened fire, as we see in that video. we have asked a spokesperson from the ft. lauderdale-hollywood airport about any comment they might have about the release of this video, they haven't commented, but that an investigation has been launched and that law enforcement doesn't know how to video got out to the public. the moment before the gunman enters the frame, there are children walking right in front of him. there are people walking around to retrieve their bags, perhaps the most startling thing about the whole video is the fact that we see the expression on his face, is that there isn't one, he is completely expressionless, at one point we see him crouched down and start seeing people running, hiding behind anything they could. several people hitting the ground at that point.
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esteban santiago face us -- >> i want to bring in our expert experts. >> when you watch this video of the gunman walking through the airport, and opening fire, almost being methodal about it, what does that tell you? >> i think the emotionless stare on his face, that's what we have heard in the past involving other mass casualty incidents. what did he look like? he had a blank stare, he was emotionless. this was cold and calculated and callus in every sense of the world. it almost looks as if he's
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shooting at things and not people. >> his face really is emotionless, what do you make of that from your perspective? >> i agree with what it was just said, you can see the emotionless stance, but there's no such thing as emotionless, because we are emotional creatures, and this was calculated. we talked about this on a story of ptsd potentially, we don't know what the parameters could be leading up to this. but what he did, by this video which is revealing is very calculated, very articulate and very intentional and that shares a whole different story about his mentality of what he did, flying all the way from anchorage, all the way down to florida to do this intentionally. >> this really is bizarre, law enforcement, he has told law enforcement and law enforcement believes through other means that he had been preparing for
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this attack for some time. matthew, what do you make of the fact that he flew all the way to florida from alaska and then carried out this attack against complete strangers in the airport there. >> we have said it in the past, we don't know what goes through the mind of a mad man, but despite the fact that people are maintaining that he may have had mental health issues, there was a certain amount of planning to carry out this crime. to fly from anchorage to ft. lauderdale to use -- walking through the airport with that sense of callous, calculated behavior to me shows predisposition at every measure. >> but just from a law enforcement perspective, this shooter told the fbi he was hearing voices back in november, he told police he was having
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terroristic thoughts, he later started selling off his belongings, his friends said he was behaving erratically. >> my 28 years in the federal government as a federal agent, i can't tell you the number of times that somebody came into our office that seemingly had mental health challenges that said that they were hear things in their brain and in their sleep and were saying unintelligible things. but you can documentary and i think the anchorage and fbi did that. in every one of these cases, after the people are dead, we go back and we found somewhere along the way, someone saw something, heard something, or felt something but did nothing. >> but in this case, his friends went him to the fbi because they were concerned about his mental
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well-being, he did his time in iraq approximate in 2010, they say he had visions, he asked the army for help, we know he was discharged for unsatisfactory perform mans. his brother said he didn't get the help he needed. >> i talked about this yesterday with you guys, we have a program nationally called connected warriors, and not just hear these individuals as was mentioned earlier, but really trying to get into their world. the government needs to step up their abilities on helping people with ptsd, that at least ascribe to that. and there's still a nomenclature in you're culture that says if you say i have ptsd or am troubled, you end up being pushed off to the side. we have to work harder to make this more of not a shame issue, but an issue they need help and
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i can get the help and get the help that i needed in my local area in the va. for him to fly and do what he did, as was said just a moment ago, this was calculated. obviously this person had been radicalized at some level. because to think that through and to shoot innocent civilians, he had something else going on in his mind and i would venture that it's not just some psychosis, it was something he was trying to prove out and time will tell what was in his mind if we can get that from him. but we have to do a better job of debriefing these people when they come back from combat. >> and police have not said whether or not he was radicalized, they have not ruled that out in this case so early in the investigation. but after telling dr. lyles that he underwent a mental health investigation and he was not adjudicated as mentally
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effective, which is a legal term. what is the threshold for adjudicating someone as mentally effective, is hear voices and saying your mind is controlled by spies not reach it? >> this is the psychological versus the real world aspect of what we do. you can check all the boxes, you can call the doctor and check the boxes and they let you go, but sometimes it takes more investigation, more testing and it seems like this individual went in, prescribed what he was thinking and feeling and he was discharged as whatever it was. we need to have a certain clearing system, we have to hear it through what's being said, not necessarily what's being treated and go from there. to have a weapon right after that takes place, even though who could have been on a cooldown for 30 days, he should have went before at least a judge, a second opinion,
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something needed to take place, i know it sounds like a big chore, but we have to work better as a country and as a society to make sure our individuals that are coming back from war understand what's happening and to treat them holistically, not just based upon what they say. look at the tragedy that took police. i love right here. >> i know, you mentioned that yesterday. and matthew, he makes the point, why didn't he go before a judge before he got his gun back, law enforcement repeatedly has said in the wake of this, law enforcement in alaska said our hands were tied. we followed protocol, he was never ajude da judjudicated as defective. could law enforcement have done anything else in this situation? >> it's not just the protocol, it's the law, we do not have the right to keep someone's firearm.
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there were times that we knew or we felt that someone shouldn't have guns u whether they shouldn't have gun and whether they can have guns is different. in my view, it's not the federal government meeting law enforcement's job to deal with the mental health issue, it's our job to forward the issue where it needs to go. once we determine there's no criminal behavior, we have to move this thing on and consider it just another report. >> thank you very much for sharing your very important perspectives on this story. and the last people who should have been concerned about the suspect's red flags should have been those in ft. lauderdale. flying 4,000 miles from his home state of alaska. a broward county mayor, joins us now. is there any idea why this
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gunman chose to attack your city of ft. lauderdale? >> at this time, investigators have not released any investigation as to motive, but i can tell you that they have said that it was a random attack and he was acting alone. >> but do you know if he has been to florida before, what his involvement has been in your state, in your city? >> in previous reports that i have been privy to and i have heard, they have said that he had some connections here in south florida and that he had been here before. >> but you can't elaborate on what that was and why he may have targeted that area? >> no, i cannot. >> okay. after the shooting, we saw images of hundreds of people running on to the tarmac, was this all part of the disaster plan? did everything go the way it was supposed to. because i spoke with someone who
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said the airport officers did not know what to do initially and it was pure chaos. >> i would have to disagree with that statement. so initially when the shooting started, the officers and the staff within the terminal were securing in place and moving the passengers out of harm's way as they should have done with active shooter training. after the officers had cleared a path toward the shooter, and began the take down process, there were passengers that were sheltered in place and in a safe area down on the floor where they had told them to stay and some of those passengers after looking at whatever news programs or video that was going on regarding the possibility of a second shooter, began to get up and run.
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at that point, some passengers went through the baggage distribution connector and -- it's a baggage claim area, but they went through the baggage distributor, the conveyor belt, the opening, and so they went through the opening which led them out into the tarmac. and then basically the panic started again and our staff had to do the best they could to try to keep people out of harm's way and so eventually some opened up the emergency exits and went on to the tarmac. but that was not part of our emergency plan. and so we had to kind of adapt and adjust to that during this situation. but i must say that all of our law enforcement personnel, all of our airport personnel, they acted with the utmost safety and
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protection of the passengers in mind and i couldn't say enough how well of a job they did. >> i talked to the there state senator yesterday, greg steeby and he told us that in his view, if people had been open carrying in the airport, he thinks there would have been fewer casualties. in fact he's going to introduce a bill that would allow people to carry guns in airports now gun free zones, do you agree with him? >> absolutely not. i think at this point in time guns have no business in our airports. i think our congressmen and women and our state legislatures need to be looking hard at some of these existing laws that allowed mr. santiago to get this gun into our airport. maybe it would be a good idea, even if a person can check a weapon, that they not be allowed to check ammunition as well.
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>> i'm just going to ask you this, because you are a registered nurse, you have trained for these kinds of situations, there are still some victims in the hospital right now. what is the most important thing when treating trauma victims. >> as you know, with any gun shot wound, the most imminent thing is that the loss of blood and so those victims who had suffered gunshot wounds and injuries as a result of this shooter, they were triaged as quickly as possible to area hospitals based on their acuity and the live threatening nature of their injuries. >> i just want to recap as we wrap up this segment, because i know you're very busy, mayor. you had mentioned that the gunman had visited the area before, can you tell us what you know about that, his prior visits? >> the only thing i can tell you
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is that he had some contact here in terms of family members and that he had been here previously and in the past and in the recent past. >> to flaut. lauderdale, specifically, correct? >> and the miami area. >> in the recent past and this is what law enforcement has told you, correct. >> correct. >> mayor barbara sharif, thank you very much. and ahead this hour, terror in jerusalem, a driver plows a truck into a group of soldiers killing four people, details on his possible ties to isis. plus in the hot seat, president-elect donald trump's cabinet picks set to face confirmation hearings this week, we'll talk about the potential hurdles just ahead. and then later, hollywood royalties, celebs descend on the beverly hilton head of the golden globes, you are live with cnn newsroom, stay with us. (vo) maybe it was here,
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. i have to warn you there's some very disturbing video here after a isis suspect drove a truck into a crowd of israeli soldiers. it happened not far from the old city walls in jerusalem, four soldiers were killed, at least 10 others were hurt. behind the wheel of that truck, a man the israeli prime minister calls a terrorist, possibly sympathetic to isis, israeli police shot and killed that driver. oren what can you tell us what happened today. >> reporter: it was about 1:30 p.m. local time in jerusalem, as this truck driver driving along a walkway with quite a beautiful view of the old city of jerusalem. police say a driver turned his truck off the road there, and plowed straight into a group of
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soldiers who were getting off a bus for an educational tour in the city. three females and one male were killed. the suspect was shot and killed at the scene. as for the follow on investigation that immediately were investigated by police. trying to figure out was this a lone wolf attacker, was this attack planned in advance, who owned the truck, that will be part of what police are trying to figure out now, in the meantime they have blocked access to that neighborhood, as police try to figure out if this was a lone wolf attack or the web extended even bigger than that. >> why do authorities think this
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man had links to isis. >> it was prime minister netanyahu who said that when he visited the scene, who said what we understand, that is the israeli government understands of the attacker, he was a supporter of isis. this isn't some new isis cell, as far as police know, there are no isis cells in israel, jerusalem or the west bank, but he is a supporter of, police say he may have looked at isis online. viral terrorism and incitement and inspiration of attacks on social media. we have heard it called self radicalizing, just reading the internet. that's what netanyahu was
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. in just two days, confi confirmation hearings begin for donald trump's cabinet picks, the problem the office of government ethics has not received the nominees financial disclosure information. let's bring in cnn's ryan noble. so how are republicans and team trump responding to this, ryan? >> reporter: they believe this is up ado over nothing, they said they believe this is just part of the process and all of these incoming nominees will have the proper paper work in place in due time. they didn't guarantee that all those papers will be in place before their confirmation hearings begin. mitch mcconnell argued that it wasn't that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things and it's just democrats trying to cause
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problems. >> at least five of the nominees have all of their papers in. what this is about ask that democrats are really frustrated that they lost the election. i was in senator schumer's position eight years ago. i know how it feels when you're coming into a new situation where the other guys won the election, we confirmed seven cabinet elections the day president obama was sworn in. we didn't like most of them either. but he won the election. >> that's the point that republicans are really pushing, they believe what they're calling an all-star group of nominees that president-elect trump has put in place and they expect speedy confirmations for this group of cabinet officials, in fact they pointed to the fact that those seven cabinet picks were put in place on inauguration day and they're hoping the democrats extended
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the same to them. >> one of trump's most powerful political advisors is son-in-law jared kushner, who is chasing a chinese business deal. >> this could be a difficult issue for donald trump to wade through in the early days of his administration, and you can bet he's going to get some questions about this in his first press conference. jared kushner is the head of a pretty big real estate empire that was started by his father. he's in talks with a chinese businessman days after the election closing a deal on the prize cushner property in
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manhattan. crush never sa cu kushner says he's in the process of removing himself from these business contacts and also how he plans to remove himself specifically from these interests. all the we know is that he and his wife ivanka have started the process of moving here to washington, d.c. >> ryan nobles, thank you very much. and this week, cnn has a lot plans, tomorrow night, chris cuomo has a town hall with bernie sanders and jake tapper hosts a town hall with speaker paul ryan. both of those will appear live on cnn.
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since last july. a press conference. trump's insist tense that russian hackers had no real effect on the u.s. election. >> i don't want any of your viewers to be misled into thinking that somehow the kremlin and the republican party or the -- that they -- that the kremlin was dealing with any of the hackers in bringing any of that information back to moscow and somehow that anybody that allegationingedly allegationedly -- >> as we know now, after the iraqi weapons of mass destruction fiascofiasco, much
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information came from a defector who basically said he made the whole thing up. he said that saddam hussein had a biological weapons program and then later said i just made it up and other information came from somebody who was tortured in egyptian custody. we now know that as of friday, we have the unclassified version of the brief that president-elect trump was given on friday at 12:30. and clearly, you know, there's a lot of, while not exactly evidence, because of the unclassified version, there's clearly a compelling case. and we can tell it's a compelling case because donald trump himself issued a fairly conciliatory statement saying yes, there was some form of hacking, yes, the dnc was attacked, it didn't have an effect on the election and i'll look into it when i'm in office. >> and in your view, there is concrete digital footprints
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making the assessment. trump tweeted this weekend after the assessment was tweeted to him. he said it's a good thing to have a good relationship with russia and only, quote, stupid people would think that that would be bad. is there a concern at all in the security community that you've been speaking with people saying that a good and stupid attitude towards their relationship with russia, is there a concern with that. >> the concern is that this is one of the biggest -- russians weren't involved in this hacking and it might be a 400-pound guy in new jersey, clearly he's changed his position, if he hadn't changed his position, there would have been a lot of concern. hillary clinton had a so-called reset with russia, it didn't happen.
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maybe the third time is the charm or maybe not because putin has behaved pretty systematically which is invading neighboring countries, trying to interfere in our own election and other people's elections, this won't be the end of it. this isn't a democrat-republican issue, this will happen again in four years. will the republicans have their own servers hacked. so that's why so many republican leaders have expressed real reservations about what has happened and want to continue investigating and you'll be seeing more investigations on capitol hill, there will be the confirmation hear of the cia director mike pompeii owe. >> who's to say that the russians won't turn on republicans if they view them as unfavorable. we know from this declassified report and sources we have
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spoken with that the russians did hack into some republican groups or individuals, but as we know only released information on democrats. >> it's a fact, it seems that the russians do have communications from republican operatives, they haven't been released. might they release them at some later date? >> that's the big question. peter bergen, thanks for much for your analysis. coming up on this sunday, the president-elect hits cause on his transition to give a sworn deposition. a closer look at his feud with a celebrity chef. >> i'm not supposed to mention him until he doesn't apologize to every latino, to every mexican, to every woman, to every veteran and to any person that he has insulted. with me!
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so instead of spending time preparing for his presidency, donald trump found himself answering questions in a lawsuit on thursday. this chef backed out on plans to work in one of his hotels. >> they're sending people that have lots of problems. and they're bringing those problems with us.
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they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're bringing rapists and some i assume are good people. >> after trump made those comments he dropped out. michael, bill clinton was the first and only sitting president to be deposed in the infamous paula jones case, could president trump be the first to have a suit and counter suit? >> it in the paula jones case, they basically said, even a president can be held accountable for private behavior. so that would mean if this suit continues, then he will be treated as anybody else would, and it's interesting that he hasn't settled it. the chef has tweeted and said
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that he would like to settle in a friendly manner and both sides could give to charity and it sounds to me like a very sensible way to resolve it. and you got to ask yourself, why isn't he? his people says well, if he settles this one, there will be a numerous others. he settled the trump university case for a million dollars. and he gets down to, he says i've been around a lot of landlo landlord-tennant things, but the tenant always pays the rent. i'm concerned is that this could be a bedrock principle. >> you mentioned jose andres tweeting at trump saying, look, let's just go ahead and give this money to charity.
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trump, as we know about the deposition and everything on thursday, what can you tell us about what he said so far publicly or privately about this. >> i assume it's very similar to the deposition he had with the other chef. >> what can you tell us about that? >> he said basically the rent's the rent. he was -- the lawyer sarkid, yo know, your daughter says you're smart because you don't do e-mails and he said, everybody's kind of figuring that out. in some ways, he's a very, kind of engaging guy, because he actually doesn't kind of bob and weave so much as you might expect in a deposition. but basically, he's the landlord, he wants his rent, that's basically what the deposition says. and he says that he was surprised that there was that reaction to his remarks.
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he said he didn't really anticipate this kind of reaction to his remarks, he didn't really think about it before hand and it's kind of just politics and -- >> and in his view, right, he felt like, look, i got all the way to being the republican nominee, clearly they weren't that bad. >> you're right, that's the most interesting kind of reasoning in there is, like, how bad could i be if i got elected? if all these people are voting for me, how bad could those things i said be? and you think, all right. but then you look and you think of young andres, when he was in the spanish navy, he was a teenager, he was sailing into the new york harbor, he's up in the mast of a spanish ship, he looks at the flag and he later said the stars seemed to be the stars that could guide you through your life. a couple of years later, he
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sglnchts the entertain itment award season kicks off tonight with the 74th annual golden globe awards. the the hollywood foreign press unveils its choices for the the best of television and film and could give a boost to movies looking for an oscar nod. what buzz are you hearing as we get closer to the ceremony? >> you're right, this is the show that people come to because this is where maybe the casual hollywood people who want to just kind of know what's going on there. this is where they start to read the tea leaves about what they happen as award shows unfold over the next two months. the ones we are hearing about are "la la land", but it's a fun trip. it's like an old school musical. that's one that people are hoping does well for a lot of
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people here. it was filmed in l.a. and a lot of the creativity that went into it. . and then on the dramatic side, you have movies like "manchester by the sea", a very moving, dramatic story. and then also "moonlight" that has the most nominations on the dramatic side. i absolutely loved that movie. those are the ones people are looking to see here. at this point on the carpet, i can tell you that stars are start it ing ting to arrive froh television and film. we're starting to see them it get here. the good news is the rain decided to come yesterday and tomorrow. it's a little warm on the red carpet. people are coming in with beautiful gowns and tuxes making their way down did the red carpet. it's a very fun day here. this is known as hollywood's biggest party because it's a little relaxed and a little looser. people are still dressed up, but they can enjoy a drink and have a bite to eat while the show is
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going on. that's what make this is one a little different than the other award shows. >> sounds lovely. do you have any predictions of your own for tonight? you saw one of the movies and loved it. . would you like to share? >> reporter: through a few. "this is us" is really good. i would not be surprised if that it show does well. "west world" has been an interesting one. it's a twisty road, but a the lot of people love that show as well. a lot of different shows, new shows coming into the scene. many believe the hollywood foreign press likes to award new shows that are create i-. >> i need to get up to e speed with the new shows. we'll check back in with you. coming up at the top of the hour, chilling new video from inside the airport. stay with us. you're live in the cnn newsroom. ever try something so good,
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top of the hour on this sunday. i'm pamela brown. we begin with dramatic and unsettling new video of the fort lauderdale airport shooting showing the moment the gunman opens fire killing five people
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and wounding six. this footage is disturbing. it if you prefer to look away, do so now. we think it's important to understanding this brazen attack. let me explain what you're going to see. this is a freeze frame of the video obtained. inside the baggage claim area and you can see the shooter here in the blue shirt. once the video begins, keep your eye on the left side of the screen. that's where you'll see the shooter walk in the frame. we warn you some may find this video disturbing. we're going to play it now. >> just so disturbing seeing the shooter walking casually and pulling out his gun and se


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