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>> i'm harris falkner, this is the fox report. athletes and students gunned down near a university campus. with the killer at large, the city of auburn on edge at this hour. new fallout over a deadly air strike in afghanistan. that country's president declaring no more n.a.t.o. drone strikes in areas where families live after a drone hit unsuspected taliban took out civilians, many of them children. u.s. commanders apologizing and new tonight, fox reports what it could mean for our strategy in afghanistan. also-- >> and to me, everybody--
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>> a robber's confession after he says he held up a cell phone store and pointed a gun right at a little girl's head. and wait until you hear how this guy ended up behind bars and why he said, he never meant for any of this to happen. >> and we begin with a fox urgent, a manhunt in alabama after what's described by witnesses as a massacre near the auburn university campus. it began late last night. someone pulled out a gun at a pool party and witnesses say they heard shots one after the other and when it was over, three people lay dead by the pool among them two former university football players, several others shot including a current auburn football player. in a news conference, a short ti the main suspect as 22-year-old desmonty leonard. they have a person of interest in this case and the whole thing started with an argument
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over a woman. and police chief urging leonard to turn himself in and he he had a message for the victims' family. >> to the parents and families of the victims, i'm very sorry, please let it be known we're grieving with you. to the parents of auburn university students, and-- >> elizabeth is live at the scene of the shootings. and now the u.s. marshals have been called in on the search? >> oh yeah, the manhunt is heated and underway, for the better part of the whole state of alabama and they say that 22-year-old des monty leonard is considered armed and very dangerous, and the montgomery county area warned the public to stay vigilant. call police if they have knowledge. >> and searching for two persons of interest although
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the police chief during the press conference, he he's not releasing names. those people know exactly who they are, harris. >> harris: what are we learning so far about the victim? >> six people were shot. three survivors and one man fighting for his life. suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the head and one survivor has been treated and released. the third is eric max, a current football player here at university of auburn and we also know two people did die last night, they were former football players, their names, edward christian and la darius phillips, member of the former tigers family and here is the police chief's emotional response. >> the only condition that the auburn football team has to this is they are victims of a brutal shooting. and sometimes young men get a bad rap, i feel like, but they're the victims today. >> and harris, we know that there is a motive in this case, but police chief said
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during a press conference that that will be released when this is going to be in the courtroom, harris. >> harris: elizabeth, prann thank you very much. right now in minnesota, the u.s. coast guard called in to help look for a missing plane and reportedly concentrating on lake superior in the we're told a twin engine piper with one person on board took off from st. paul for duluth on friday. it was due back in st. paul that same day, but never showed up. and eight air patrol planes and several ground teams now joining the search. we don't know the pilot's name yet and authorities only releasing a few details about the plane, a white paper pa-31 navajo with red and blue striping. and the civil air patrol asking if anyone sees anything that could help locate the missing plane, please call 911 in your area. a wildfire alert tonight. strong winds fueling fires in new mexico and colorado, one
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fast moving wall of flames forcing more than 1600 evacuation orders near fort collins and those are the numbers, the evacuations have gone up by the hour all day long on this sunday. and we're hearing the red cross just opened up shelters, 500 people already registered, the at those shelters and this just started burning yesterday morning and since then, damage to reports, more than 14,000 acres burned, several structurals, the governor says the main focus of course is saving lives. >> our primary goal is to make sure we get all the people out of the way of the fire. it is a terrible thing to have people waiting in their homes, a thousand times where someone is missing and making sure going house to house to make sure to get people out of harm's way as much as humanly possible. >> harris: as i've mentioned it's not just one state. it's a vicious fire season. and officials say lightning
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truck struck the for rest and jumped containment lines. firefighters in both states, obviously, hoping for a break. cooler temperatures in the forecast would help. meteorologist maria mow lina is in the weather. >> and places across the southwest area we've been seeing, basically, severe to extreme drought across parts of arizona and the same for the state of new mexico and colorado and utah and it means it's dry out here. you've got a lot of dry brush in place, when the wildfire started it helps to fuel them and coupled with warm temperatures in place and strong winds in excess of 40 miles per hour that are occurring right now across parts of the southwest and you've got the wildfires that can spread rapidly, unfortunately. right now we have a drought condition across the southwest and not much rain in the forecast for the next several days and elevated fire danger and red flag warnings and critical fire and weather
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conditions are occurring across portions of northern californ california, and colorado and arizona not looking at red flag warnings, but it's still dry and not expecting rainfall today or in the forecast for tomorrow. high temperatures, a hundred degrees expected this afternoon and 90 in albuquerque and 91, very warm in vegas, and the entire region very warm and take a look at the area off to the north. in colorado, parts of utah and nevada already certain to see the cooler air coming in and thanks to one that's eastward so there is he' a little bit of good news and the cold front is producing strong winds with wind gusts in excess of 40 miles per hour across the region, and still, the winds are expected though to continue to die down as we head into tomorrowen red flag warnings expiring near on today, harris, a light at the end of the turning as these cooler temperatures and calmer winds continue to progress
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southward. >> harris: it's a two pronged punch. it's not just the cooler temperatures, we need the winds to go away. and we'll check back with you as the news warrants. thank you. afghanistan, a major announcement that could have a lasting impact on our role in that country. tonight, afghan president hamid karzai demanding the u.s. stop all air strikes in residential areas. this comes after 18 people were killed last week, including women and children. when n.a.t.o. planes targeted a home harboring a suspected terrorist. turns out that home was also hosting a wedding at the time. general john allen, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan apologized for the strike we saw that yesterday and the u.s. says it will comply with the karzai's demand and the change in tactic that cake hunting for al-qaeda much more difficult. david piper has the the latest from kabul. >> reporter: president hamid karzai warned that the security pact between the u.s. and afghanistan is at risk following this air strike. and he also adds that if
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there's any more on afghan homes it will be seen as an act of investigation. an investigation announced that the coalition forces were responsible for the unintended deaths of civilians. the top u.s. commander in afghanistan, general john allen has apologized for the civilian deaths on friday. during a visit to the area, general allen says he wants the right things for the family and forces inadvertently killed. n.a.t.o. has refused to comment on the claim, so far of both president karzai's office, all air strikes banned in rest deposition area and added proceeds were under review and during the rain it's established offices in the u.s. and afghanistan, came under fire while hunting a local taliban leader housed in the house nearby. and they called in an air strike only later they found out that it contained women, children and old men, who had gathered there for a wedding party.
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a spokesman for president karzai says that afghan investigators told him that u.s. troops called in the air strikes without consulting afghan units surrounded the house and no chance to flush out the militants. n.a.t.o. hasn't yet commented on the claim. taliban ordered the drones in districts to close for three days for to mourn the dead. and it's become a major issue for the alliance and the karzai government. and the alliance has said, they are key to capturing and killing taliban leaders. and the karzai spokesman says the latest air strike was the fifth incident and caused civilian casualties since they signed the security pact and they hoped they resolved the differences allowing the government to control special operations with the afghan troops taking the lead, but it's gone terribly wrong this time. back to you, harris.
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intelligence on cyber attacks against iran and the president's so-called kill list for terror suspects. we're hearing new calls for lawmakers for an independent counsel to investigate the matter. congressman peter king of new york, chairman of the house homeland security committee says he's sure the lead, quote, came right from the white house, end quote. when asked if he thinks the president is using the leak to try to build his image says that. >> trying to be like george patton and john wayne, no waun wants to know what the president is doing. talking about drone attacks we never confirmed that we have that program. >> harris: other law makers have said the leaks were orchestrated from the top to make the president look good. mr. obama saying last week, not only is that untrue, but offensive. today the top campaign advisor reiterating that message. >> i think the officers except the white house was not the source of this information, and i can't say that there weren't leaks, there were
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obviously leaks, but they weren't from the white house. >> molly henneberg was live with the news in washington and republicans and other critics are not convinced that the obama administration was planning to investigate the leaks and fielding any answers. >> that's right, harris, both sides say that the two u.s. attorneys who head up the investigations are good men and good lawyers, g.o.p. lawmakers are concerned because they will be reporting to attorney general issuing holder who reports to the president. the republican chairman of the house intelligence committee says it will be a challenge for the two u.s. attorneys if in fact it leads to high ranking people in the obama administration. >> some of the leaks, and public leaks, self-described aides or people in the situation, pretty small, but an important group of people. my question for the attorney general, good start maybe, but we need to find out if they'll have that independence. >> he wants to see what kind of power and autonomy the u.s. attorneys will have.
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he at this point has not called for an independent special prosecutor and other republicans have, including senator john mccain. harris? >> molly, with the president denying the leaks are coming directly from the white house, what are the the people in his own party saying? >> republicans are skeptical, but one top senate democrat says if president obama says his team didn't do it, they didn't do it. >> i take the president at face value and as chairman rogers said, the investigation has to be nonpartisan, it's got to be vigorous and it's got to move ahead rapidly. >> senator feinstein supports attorney general eric holder's decision to appoints u.s. attorneys to investigate rather than a special prosecutor. harris. >> harris: thank you very much. indiana governor mitch daniels believes that of government works better without public sector unions after neighboring wisconsin scott walker won a major recall victory. critics of the bill to limit collective bargaining powers
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forced that recall election. back in 2005 on his first day in office, governor daniels signs an order ending collective bargaining rights with public employee unions. today on fox news sunday, the governor says it's helped his state. >> in our state, we had a 16 year run with so-called collective bargaining. and we did end it, and i want to say that although it led to the saving of large amounts of tax dollars and it wasn't principally about that. we had 160 pages of shackles, really, on government's ability to deliver services better and seven years later we're delivering services across the board in a much more effective way. >> harris: the deputy chief of staff for the afl-cio which represents some 12 million workers says the real issue is we need to pay americans enough to earn a decent living. >> we really need to look at the big picture. which is in this country, you know, should workers, whether they're in the public or the private sector, have a decent
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pension or have a secure retirement and that's something that people do. support at the end of the day. and we have to fund it and have to figure out how to make it viable, but i don't think that voters in this country, want to go to a place where our elderly people are living in poverty, are struggling and so on. >> and lee disputing public union workers, are quote, overpaid, doctors, lawyers and professional business, public sector earning less than those in the private sector. >> new fallout over president obama's comment over quote, the private sector is doing fine. the president clarified the statement quickly after he said it realized the economy is it not doing fine, but the challenger for the white house pouncing on his remarks, more on that and plus reaction from the president's chief advisor. and they served our nation with honor and distinction and now some veterans are getting a huge thank you and involves hurling themselves out of a plane. our cloud is not soft and fluffy.
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>> in syria and the ongoing slaughter of citizens there, reports of new shelling by syrian troops. attacks reportedly controlling rebel controlled area in the battered area of homs. at least 38 people did in that lasted hours. the president is on his last legs and calling for syria to defect. the u.n. putting the number of people who died since the uprising began last year at 9,000. activists say it's more like 14,000.
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perhaps some of the patriotic, a company in new jersey shreds combat fatigue to make paper and used by veterans to write their personal stories and because of that, they're called combat paper. anna kooiman is live in our new york city news room with more. >> hey there, the combat program reached hundreds of veterans across the country through a travelling program and about 40 at the print making center of new jersey. the program started in 2007, and vets come together every sunday to get coffee and share war stories as they make the combat paper. three step process. deconstruction, next reclamation, make them into paper and the process, they are looking at experiences and
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communication, it becomes a platform for vets to talk about experience through images and poetry. >> each veteran has their own experience and unique past and however they approach the uniform, some approach it with anger, and some approach it with deep respect, deep reverence for the uniform and some approach it with love. they love their time in the military and want to be able to use the uniform as an expression of that. >> combat paper served vets from every war since world war ii. one retired soldier and surgical tech who served in somalia in the '90s, says this group is the best therapy she's ever had. >> with a group of our peers, so, it's like veterans healing veterans and a lot of times, i feel like, as veterans, we're more willing to open up and share experiences with other veterans.
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>> and sarah actually shared a the quote with me that they say around there, it's combat paper program, saying that they very often say no soldiers come back from war uninjured and the programs did receive a positive response after making combat paper at walter reed army medical center in washington d.c., now efforts in place to make it a recurring program, harris, back to you. >> and anna kooiman, always good to see you. thank you. sometimes you have to get creative when saying thank you it our troops. how about this, the ohio combat veterans offering the men and women free skydiving. and mark was there, he's an iraq war vet and a married father of seven, and this fwie knows how to survive. and nick was paralyzed from the waist down after an explosion in baghdad in 2004. as you can see, that's not stopping him. he's now an avid sky diver. >> and lets us know that there's things for us to do.
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i do it so my kids have no excuse they can't do something. if i can do it they can do it skroo no talking back to that dad. look at that. nick says he loves the adrenalin rush he gets from skydiving. wall street, boy, this is good news, could start off the week a little bit better, spain getting a big loan to bail out the struggling banks lifting a cloud looming over the financial market for a while now and so we'll see how the markets open at the opening bell and get a preview coming up. and all of this over soccer, boy, the soccer fans are kind of wild, aren't they? the police in riot gear, ooh, handcuffs. we'll get the story coming up. this guy pointing a gun at a child's head and he wants to talk about it. explain why he did it. he says, he can explain. really? he can explain? wake up!
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>> i'm harris falkner, this is the fox report. bottom of the hour time for the top of the news. a manhunt underway for a gunman who opened fire at a pool party near auburn university. killing two auburn football players, the whole thing they say began after an argument over a woman.
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karzai demanding that n.a.t.o. and u.s. stopping strikes in the rest deposition areas, a deadly strike that killed 18 people and many women and children attending a wedding. the top commander in the u.s., allen, apologizing for the strike. firefighters trying to get a dangerous wildfire under control in denver. burning near fort collins and already destroyed more than 14,000 acres. and officials are now ordering 1500 people to evaluate as a precaution and the red cross opening up shelters with 500 of the people registered for the night. people in spain reacting to the announcement, their banks are going to have to be bailed out. they are protesting, angry over the euro zone's plan to offer up the equivalent of 125 billion u.s. dollars to rescue spain's banks and say that citizens dealing with
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unemployment now at 25% should be the ones to benefit from international aid not financial institutions, now we've been reporting to you this weekend on fox report, euro zone finance ministers have agreed to make that loan. the exact amount we don't know yet. washington welcoming the news and it's expected to be a boost on wall street in the morning when markets open and when that happens, we'll see just how investors actually feel about it. here is senior business correspondent and anchor of bulls and bears, brenda buttner. >> new buildings sprout like weeds, construction around the clock, real estate becomes the craze of the country all of this fueled by banks that bundle up the debt and buy it and sell it in the same kind of frenzy, then the boom busts and the banks yell bailout! sound familiar? of course, but the mess we're talking about is over there, not here. but now, the euro zone's fourth largest economy has asked for help. big bucks, too, the exact
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terms still to be decided. and spain's prime minister clear, what this means. >> and this is really good for the euro, this is really good for the euro, and obviouslying, really good for spain. >> good for you and your money, too? the markets have been up and down on every move in europe. the broad market, that's the s&p 500, which is key to many 401(k)'s, had fallen more than 6% in may on fears of that. last week, even the rumor of a spanish bank bailout that might shield the country from a greek exit from the europe took the shock out of stocks and the s & p wrapped up its best week this year. rising nearly 4% and this weekend's latet news, could help the bulls on wall street when the opening well rings tomorrow. harris, back to you. >> brenda, thank you. turning now to politics and fallout tonight from president obama's comments on friday. where he said the private sector was quote, doing fine. the g.o.p. quickly seizing on those words during the sunday
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talk shows today and a political ad, this is the president and his campaign have been trying to walk back the comments. peter doocy had the latest tonight from washington. harris, four hours after president obama said the private sector is doing fine on friday, he clarifies that the economy is not fine. too many people are out of work in and the housing market is weak. it wasn't enough to stop this new ad from the romney campaign. >> have to work part-time in order to make ends meet. >> and the private sector is doing fine. the private sector is doing fine. the private sector is doing fine. >> on friday, mitt romney reacted to the president's comment and to the recall election, that sent the message in wisconsin that it's time to cut back on government. but, obama campaign senior strategist david axlerod says that mitt romney is living in another planet if he thinks that will strengthen the economy. >> we don't need more teachers or firefighters or police, the
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president south of touch, out of touch? we've lost 250,000 teachers in the last couple of years and every community in the country is feeling it, while wisconsin's governor thinks romney is right, one former government does not. >> governor romney has a shot if the r next to his name doesn't stand for republican, reform or-- >> and e-mail, axlerod's appearance this morning, the romney spokesman wrote that axlerod struggled and added when your own chief strategist can't defend your comment, your sense of the economy might be wrong. >> harris: peter, thank you. former florida governor jeb bush says he has no plans to join governor romney's ticket. now his son is saying something different. in an interview in washington post, 36-year-old george prescott bush says his dad jeb is sincere he's not
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campaigning to join governor romney as a veep, but says if called upon to serve, he will. adding his dad is not interested in the slot, but would take it if pressed. and chaos ahead of a major soccer championship and oral surgery on an elephant. just two stops as we go around the world in 80 seconds. . >> ukraine, a plane making a hard landing in kiev, killing five people. and a flight school owns that plane, carrying a class of parachuters, an investigation what went wrong. china, five children trapped on a steep rocky hill side. the kids, ages 7 to 10 were out picking berries when flashed flooding forced them up the hill. rescue crews using harnesses to lower themselves down to
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children and raising them to safety. poland. (siren sounding) >> hundreds of soccer fans before a soccer match between ireland and croatia, reports of bottles and chairs being thrown arresting at least 14 people. colombia, we all need a trip to the dentist now and again. elephants no exception. that's sleeping after the medical team sedated him. doctors performing oral surgery to try to save the fooft. it took a month to plan the oranges, we've told was successful. saving elephant teeth one at a time. that's a fox trip. >> wildfires in the west and the problem, in parts of the southeast. a state of emergency declared in some areas, downpours are triggering major flooding and relentless rain won't let up.
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>> yeah, two inches streams and water falling across parts of the southeast and helping to put out fires across the southwest. here, extreme flooding and second wettest for pensacola in the state of florida, 13.13 inches reported and pensacola to the west, up to 21 inches haves fallen since thursday morning, there's incredible moisture of tropical moisture, into parts of florida panhandle and alabama and portions of mississippi and louisiana. right along the coastal area, right around there, that's where we're looking at the flooding potential and take a look at other totals, very impressive over nine inches in mobile, alabama and orange beach, alabama and over several inches of rain and you guys it's coming down there, 3 to 6 additional inches and that's where we have the flood advisory from louisiana into the florida panhandle and
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monday morning. as that rain continues to move in. it's likely they could be extended although we're starting to see a lull outside of the florida panhandle as far as the rain goes, we had a tornado watch in effect out here and harris that wasn't allowed to expire and we're thinking of a severe weather component as far as flooding goes with the storm system and impact parts of the mid atlanta tomorrow. >> harris: i'm looking at your key for your map. a the lot of red. i see purple, purple and that's worse. >> yeah, that's worse when it's clouder up at the cloud tops and means some of the storms are stronger. >> harris: wow, maria molina we'll bring you back ago news warrants. drag racing, a crowded track and spectators saw a nightmare unfold for a driver who simply lived for racing. it's our going across america. ohio not much left after that racing lost control of his car and slammed into a guardrail.
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at the tracks say he was pushing 150 miles per hour and died at the scene. >> we all know what it's like to drive down the road at 50 miles per hour, and now picture over 100 and that's what the drivers are doing here. >> the other drag racer in the hospital after he crashed trying to avoid the wreckage. georgia, a man under guard at a hospital was allowed to step outside for a smoke. and that's when police say he tried to steal the guard's gun and jump into an empty ambulance and drove off. >> and after an emergency run, it's necessary to idol, and the patients drove off. and something we weren't prepared for. >> eventually police boxing him in and damaging patrol cars in the process. no one hurt, the man now facing charges for his antics. and california, the largest u.s. battleship ever built. making its final journey, a short trip across the los angeles harbor.
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u.s.s. iowa saw action in world war ii and the korean war, it's the length of three football fields and 15 stories tall. and now, set to open as a naval museum next month. >> and indiana, whoa, wallaby on the loose, yeah, wallaby in indianapolis and the guy broke out of a fenced in yard. >> my neighbor called and said everyone is out. and been out here, quite a statement. >> and neighbors helping out. keeping irwin, safe and corralled until the owner got there. hate it when my wallaby runs away. that's a fox watch across america. a loaded gun pointed at a four-year-old child's head. the picture really does say it all, but actually, in this case, there's a lot more to the story and a lot more to say apparently from the plan holding the gun. yeah, he's talking and wants everyone to know what he has to say. [ male announcer ] this is corporate caterers, miami, florida.
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>> investors will be watching apple tomorrow to see what the company will come up with next. it's holding its annual worldwide developer's conference in san francisco. in past years the company made big announcements there and a lot of talk about apple executives possibly giving a release date to the long awaited iphone 5. no official yet of course. and apple plans to unveil new software and might be tighter integration with facebook. some observers predicting changes for apple's mac book lines and including high definition displays as well. and ma who admits he held up a texas cell phone store and even pointed a gun at a little girl, dealing with a very
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guilty conscience, apologizing after coming face-to-face with the reality of the crime and now wants to make amends. >> i just want to say i'm sorry that-- >> this is what george tucker is talking about, and the surveillance video wearing a red shirt and cameras captured him waving a pistol at the metro p krchcs, and another sust alleged in the back room. tucker decided to turn himself in, after he saw the video of the crime on the local news, including this part, watch as he points the gun right at a four-year-old girl's head. now, tucker's behind bars where he has plenty of time to think about what he did. here is what he had to say during a recent interview from jail. >> and to believe, everybody
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i'm not that kind. my job, work hard every day. friends tell you i worked hard every day and friends tell you what i had in my life, ab in life, i wouldn't try to hurt nobody or anything like that. i'm just-- they showed the video that one showed of the little girl, i wasn't trying to hurt that little girl. i have girls of my own, now what i'm saying. >> the man in the store with that little girl is her uncle, he says his niece's traumatized by the whole ordeal and tucker and his alleged accomplice facing robbery charges and for tucker's claim he's not that court of person, dallas court records show a long rap sheet including assault charges and the other suspect speaking to local media from jail claiming he needed the money to buy a house and a lot of people recognized him from the
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surveillance video, it was pretty much over when it aired. >> brian banks did hard time, years in prison for a crime he did not commit. we know that for sure and prison destroyed his chance for a college football career, but not his will to play. and banks is reaching for his nfl dreams and now what? teams are interested. getting micced up right now, fox, peter skhragar, stay with us.
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and then djokovic turned it on. he got the first set of nadel. 2-1, finally a match here and then we go into the final set, what happens the rain comes down and have to have a delay, first time since '73 at rowland gareos, pick it up tomorrow. and different courts, you've got wimbledon, the u.s. open, the u.s. and french open don't have indoor stadiums, but australian open and wimbledon, they can play on. . >> harris: the clay is for giving, they played while sprinkling and i was watching, john mcenroe said don't let it rain and it did. the joker as they call jok djokovic. and what time. >> 3 p.m. in 9 p.m. here. and boxing on the roles and
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it's the old sweet night. pacquiao, a favorite and seems like he was beating up bradley and bradley wins. all of vegas is up in arms and fans are, a lot of people saying, what's go on here, might have been corruption and collusion, some questions going on in the boxing world right now. >> the nba, we know who is going to be in the finals, was there any doubt with boston because i thought they looked pretty good against miami. >> boston was up and had the half time lead and miami heat storming back and took game seven from the celtics, and now oklahoma thunder. >> harris: who. >> oklahoma city thunder, formerly the seattle supersonics, a fun series, lebron in the third finals series against kevin durant the nba leading scorer and the star. >> harris: and a lot of people like the east coast-west coast thing and then the heartlands.
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one of my favorite stories in of the day is brian banks. >> brian banks in 2002 arrested for rape and kidnap. going to jail for five years exonerated they went to the woman and she says i was lying, never happened and he's 26 right now. out of jail and nfl tryouts and pete carol says come to the training km. 26 years old never played in college. >> harris: dreams can come true. thank you. on this day in 1978. the three-year-old stallion affirm finished at the belmont stake, affirm's path to the crown was marked with intense rival re with another horse that finished second in every race and affirmed won kentucky derby by a length, preakness by a len


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