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everyone. today is saturday, the 27th of september, 2014. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. terror in america's heartland as a recent convert to islam goes on a rampage at his former place of employment, beheading a coworker in a gruesome attack. when we're learning today about the man behind the massacre. >> and a the hunt for a a cop killer is heating up this morning after he made one big mistake. he called his parents state troopers zeroing in on wilderness where they were able to track his cell phone. could they be close to catching this man. >> the last person to see uva student hannah graham. now the man accused of
abducting her is behind bars in virginia this morning. where is hannah? "fox & friends" begins right now. >> it's time for "fox & friends." >> that's right, ladies and gentlemen. >> welcome to the show. >> a a big jam-packed show for you this morning. a big star on the show this morning. we are going to invite you to take over social media on his behalf. do you know his name? >> are we talking about the eagles or andy grammer. >> andy grammer is here plus anna kooiman for all four hours. >> all four hours. >> take that work break we were talking about last week. first, we need to get right to this. big news this morning, fox news alert horrific murder in the heartland. a woman beheaded by her former coworker and now authorities are trying to figure out if this is a random act or a lone wolf jihadi trying to send a message. elizabeth prann is live in washington, d.c. good morning, elizabeth. >> good morning, anna.
fbi says investigators are looking into the suspect's background. while the oklahoma police department is waiting for 30-year-old alton noland to wake up before they arrest and question him. noland had just gotten fired before his job before the before the rampage occurred. he had been trying to convert several employees at the food processing plant to islam. that being said, authorities say it's way to early to to tell if that or mental illness played a role in the attack. the justice department just releasing the 911 calls. >> do you hear this in the background? >> is that him? is he back? >> sounds like he is he running around out here. [gunfire] >> and that's a gunshot. >> got gunshot. >> the police sergeant says noland severed a a 4-year-old woman's head before stabbing another coworker a number of times. he only stopped after being shot by another employee who potentially saved lives. that employee mark vaughn is the coo. is he also a reserve
sheriff's deputy. >> he is obviously a hero in this situation. it's very tragic that someone did lose their life but it could have gotten a lot worse. this guy definitely was not going to stop. he didn't stop until he was shot. >> the local tv station kwtv reports that noland was shouting islamic phrases. there is no independent of that story so he we will wait to hear. >> back to you you guys. >> authorities are baffled. they don't know why he did this. we do have some evidence in the form of social media squibb blinks left by suspect alton noland we want to put this on the screen for you. this may give you a sense motives. were as a muslim we don't celebrate americas with a k holidays. >> christians have some things where they eat crackers which represents jesus, flesh and drink cranberry juice which represents hesitate blood. don't you think that's kind of evil, lol, wake up, islam
is the true religion, and this goes on and on and on with pictures he has got up there with the statue of liberty on fire and the twin towers burning. >> and he also posted a picture of beheading and just very troubling captions underneath them. the photo of the statue of liberty going into flames. he says she and anybody else can go with her. i mean, just nasty nasty things and there is a report, too, that he was released early from probation from hesitate convictions he received in 2011 because he does have a bit of a rap sheet. and this is after posting the very troubling things online. >> he changed his name also as we saw on the facebook post to yas kareem yisrael. his post littered with misspellings. not only is he an accused murderer you he is also a
moron. there doesn't seem to be much question at all that he signed on to some form of radical form of islam. >> the question this morning is why are these people becoming radicalized. could this be an example of a lone wolf terrorist in this country watching online videos being radicalized or anwar al-awlaki videos. walid phares was "on the record" last night. >> online guideline thousand pages five or six years ago how many ways could do us harm. listen to who is radicalizing. much closer, earlier than the fact that when they are moving explosives and what they are trying to do in terms of sniping or killing. when people are rad radicalizing is the mommy that people have to be concerned about. >> act now rather than act later after we have another september 11th on our hands. >> what's interesting is
this guy made every outward sign of being a radical muslim. and, yet, authorities are sure not sure whether this is work place violence, just another crazy person or an expression of his religious fervour. what he really needs is the president to weigh in on this. president obama to inform him that he is not a muslim. just as he has told isis you are not muslims because the president you may know this the not a constitutional also our theologian and chief. you are not a muslim. you may think that you are but you are not. >> calling it work place violence all over social media yesterday. is this work place violence? lewis from the police department had this to say about work place violence at that press conference yesterday. watch. >> about 4:15 this afternoon we received phone calls from -- what appeared to be a work place violence incident. officers were dispatched, possibly involving a night. as officers started arriving
it changed to gun shows were being fired. officers entered the business as an active shooter situation. >> okay. so, yeah. let's ask the people who work there who had to witness this if they think this was some sort of work place violence like a fist fight or something. absolutely not. you remember those beheading videos from isis that were so terrible that started with james foley in the orange suit. you came in here and watched this you were beside yourself. all those people that had to watch that reports up to 300 people had the ability to have seen this. >> i bet when they pull this guy's computer records, that they are doing now, he will find that he watched them to. clearly a copycat. why is it we have such a tough time recognizing the obvious. at a moment when islamic beheadings are the number one news story in the world, this guy, while apparently shouting islamic slogans beheads someone at work and changes his name to islamic name has nothing to do with islam, really? >> because those in the position of power have this narrative that terrorism is
being defeated, all of these enemies are on the run and therefore, what happens at home is clearly work place violence. clearly something that hr needs to get involved in. >> religion of peace of course this couldn't have anything to do with islam. >> it appears he was on a rampage. he killed one, stabbed her multiple times and beheaded her, severed her head and moved on to a second victim. fortunately there was a hero in the situation. the coo of bond foods happens to be former law enforcement. he got the call, went and ran and got his vest and his rifle and he took down the suspect. >> james is the former fbi assistant director. this guy there on the screen didn't have a gun at work and was able to stop the situation, it could have gotten much worse, listen. >> thank god someone in that place had a gun. you know, a good american citizen had a gun and i think we're going to find in the future that more and more people that are just whimsally against guns. they say all these crazy things they will hope that
real good people have guns too and could protect them. imagine if he didn't have a gun how many more bodies we would see in here? >> we have much more on this throughout the show this morning. >> how interesting that reality keeps piling up. the evidence keeps accumulating that a lot of the troops you hear from the president and acolytes are completely disapproved by facts on the ground by reality. so, like, you know this has nothing to do with islam. ordinary people shouldn't have guns. really? are they watching this? i wonder if any of those people stop and say you know what? maybe i'm wrong. i hope they do. >> we're going to talk to the former chief of staff and w. homegrown terrorism coming up ons show. >> other shows we are following on your saturday morning. pennsylvania state police saying accused cop killing is of eric frein made a phone call to his family. the call was short but investigators say they were able to track the signal to an area near the border of monroe and pike county in
the pocono mountain. >> eric, as i told it you last week. you are a coward. we are not intimidated. we will not leave. we will find you and we will bring you to justice. >> police also looked through frein's computer hard drive and found internet severance on survival skills, police technology and how to avoid policeman hunts. >> the man accused of abducting hannah graham now in jail in virginia. extradited from galveston texas where he was arrested and found on a beach. he will be in court for a bond hearing on thursday. investigators say matthew was the last person seen on surveillance video the night graham vanished two weeks ago. searchers are now expanding to more heavily wooded areas in neighboring counties looking for her. the nfl once again denies receiving a copy of the disturbing ray rice elevator video. the league denying a report
by the associated press that law enforcement official said he sent it the video to the league's head of security in april. in a letter to owners in the nfl, it says this: our office has found absolutely no evidence to support the claim of the anonymous law enforcement source that he sent a video to the nfl office, or that he received a telephone call to his, quote: disposable cell phone from an unidentified female using an nfl line. this as there are new charges of domestic violence in the nba. charlotte hornet's jeff taylor arrested in michigan. hornet's releasing a statement saying taylor will not be participating in any team activities during the investigation. the clinton family growing overnight. chelsea clinton giving birth to a baby girl late my friday night. clinton taking to twitter to announce the good news. mark and i are full of love and and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our daughter charlotte clinton.
clinton and her husband investment banker mark mezvinsky. congratulations. >> first clinton grandchild. >> where is he? >> he is in the weather center where all good things happen. >> exactly in the weather center. >> summer is back. are you happy? >> no. >> clayton was so ready for fall. >> so reddy. >> obviously it's coming back. going to feel like summer for the eastern two thirds of the country for much of the weekend. really great news. only real problem is going to be florida geneseeing some rain and rain down across parts of texas. the central gulf coast is really where all the rain is to the north of it sunshine and going to be incredibly nice temperatures. temps around 10 to 15 degrees above average. big system we are talking about. guys, we have a tornado threat in arizona. >> what? >> exactly. >> just saying that because people are paying attention? >> and i got you. >> thanks, rick. >> thanks.
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usama bin laden portrait. joining us is chad sweet, former dhs chief of staff. chad, thanks for coming on this morning. >> thank you. >> the "the washington post" in a front page piece this morning. the fbi found a photograph of usama bin laden on this guy's facebook page. video of a beheading, an islamic beheading. they are not convinced that this had anything to do with his islamic beliefs and treating it as an instance of work place violence. that it actually says that shut we have confidence that they know what they are doing? >> we saw in the case of the fort hood shooting that this administration was very slow to call a spade a spade. what happened was eventually the evidence was so overwhelming they eventually characterized it as terrorism. we will see that in this case, too. i'm hopeful that the administration is learning from that experience and this is a do-over and will watch with great interest to see whether they have learned from this past experience. >> why the hesitance a guy
converts to islam, shouting islamic slogans and shouting, beheading in the work place we don't call that. >> only thing causing a pause is the triggers event watt termination of his employment. that's the one thing, tucker, that's caused this temporary pause. i think you will see very quickly the bureau will most likely come to that conclusion quickly sort through the prop ban go did apparently iraqi intelligence says they have uncovered an isis plot to attack new york and paris subways is that an actual threat and what's being done to prevent it? >> what we have to recognize is when we drew down our presence in iraq and afghanistan, we have limited our visibility into their activities. we are no longer -- we no longer have the human intelligence footprint we used to have.
so we have to be very careful that just because we haven't detect ited a plot doesn't mean there isn't one. i think things like the prime minister's indication that there might be a plot against public transportation, we know that that's a threat vector that the terrorists have been obsessed with. whether it's planes or subways. we have seen that in the madrid bombings in 2004. we saw it again in london also and moscow. you are seeing all across this country both federal, state, and local law enforcement stepping up their presence in all forms of public transportation. >> huh. and so should we feel safe or not? if you are in new york city, should you worry before you ride the subway? >> well, the terrorists win when they make us live in fear. i think just like in israel, we're going to have to learn how to live under this new reality which is persistent threat. in israel, if a bomb goes off on a bus, the next day people get on the bus. in our country, if and when that happens, we're going to have to have a learning curve and eventually we will
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questions being raised over their effectiveness in comparison to their brand name counterparts. consumer lab releases 34% of active i object ingredient in to hours compared to brand name wellbutrin. president of the consumer lab.com. >> thanks for being with us. >> that's startling for people using this and under the impression that they are exactly the same. >> unfortunately, not all generics are exactly the same as the brand name products. and they are not exactly the same as each other, which is even more common now that 80% of the drugs we use are general narks, if you switch from one generic to another. say every time you fill your prescription, you may be getting something slightly different. >> as a consumer, i'm relying on the f.d.a. are they not doing their job in this case? >> not always.
we actually came across a situation where people were having trouble with antidepressant, generic version of welbutrin excel. just come on the market. getting headaches they never had before. depression was not being controlled. some were becoming suicidal. we tested this product, the consumer lab and found that it was actually, as you said, releasing much faster than it should have been. this was a once a day kind of controlled extended release product and it was not really controlled. it was a burst of drug so that later in the day you didn't have the drug you needed. earlier on you had too much. and the fda, it took them five years, actually, to look into this issue. and only, you know, recently did they actually report that, in fact, that product never been tested. >> why is it not spelled out for the consumer, these are the irches differences? >> unfortunately the fda does not publish the
equivalent information. you don't know if there is a difference or not. >> what do we think about switching generic. 8 out of 10 americans do save so much money. with extended release products something unexpected side effects and you need to really understand any change that in the way that you feel. you ought to address that. how do you know ahead of time or can you know? >> you know, you are going on faith that the product has been tested. which isn't always the case. one thing you should really do, if you are on any kind of maintenance medication is to look at the brand name. who is making that. when i say brand name, i mean the manufacturer of that product. every time you get that drug, you should request from your pharmacist and he can find it for you, that you get, you know, the xyz brand because it may be very different for the next one. 12 different versions of that generic out there. you need to be, as a consumer, on top of this a bit. >> here is what the fda has to say about this. to gain fda approval generic
drug must meet rigorous standards. bioequivalent to the brand product meaning that the drug reaches the part of the body that the is intended to treat at the same rate and extent as the brand product. but your study here raises some red flags. >> definitely. >> it is just not always the case. and the fda really needs to be more for the coming about this information about whether things are equivalent or not. when they actually did test this product after it had been on the market for five year. they found that only 40% of the drug level was achieved with the generic in stern people versus the grand name. >> sometimes word spending the extra cash. dr. todd cooperman thank you so much for your time today. >> you are welcome. >> coming up on "fox & friends," the justice department about to rule out new on profiling. will pc police handcuff the feds and prevent them from properly doing their job. and on one side is rod stuart. you are about to see. and then on on the other
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you are listening to andy grammer's big single back home. he will be on the show later to perform it for us later this morning. send us your back home pictures. where do you tune in from. use the #home with friends while you are on twitter. while you are eating your breakfast or drinking your coffee, you have got the footy pa jam mys on. the robe, we don't mind the bed head. >> footy pajamas: also go to instagram. >> don't answer that question. i don't want you to you have to deal with the aftermath. here is a question that i would like to ask. let's say someone breaks into a work place, screaming
ala akbar, beheads someone and runs off. should the police look for someone with an islamic name or should they pay equal attention to say baptists, orthodox jews and episcopalians. >> an answer answered by the fbi. eric holder announced if you are not aloud if you are in law enforcement to take into account a person's religion when searching for a suspect. >> we know given a case in oklahoma yesterday this guy was trying to radicalize people. convert members of the people that he worked with to to islam. he he had all kinds of crazy messages on his facebook page. under the new department of justice regulations, we wouldn't be able to look into. we wouldn't be able to look at the ethnicity or the religion of these individuals before we went and made an arrest. >> the department of justice said yeah, it's not just their religion though, also their ethnicity and also sexual orientation. what do you think about it? >> i think that it's
obviously bad to hassle people and i actually think conservatives don't spend enough time pushing back against police overreach is my view, strong view. i kind of think cops ought to be doing law enforcement the way that works best and keeps people safest. if there are cases of abuse, we should push back. prosecute police officers who abuse the public for sure. let's not get insane. can't consider someone's religion if someone commits a crime baste on religion? that's insane. allowing political correctness to get in the way of public safety. that's wrong. >> one hand changing his name and taking on islam and christianity. islam is not a a reason to start identifying him watching him. when he starts to push members that he works with to try to convert forcefully, sort of yelling at them. he has a rap sheet. he has a history of violence. he led police on a a manhunt a couple years ago. that may be off a larger
pattern. >> speaking of reality, did you know that justice department has now told cops in missouri, ferguson, missouri, where that shooting took place several months ago that they cannot wear bracelets that showed support for their fellow police officer that shock michael brown. doj is telling cops what their opinions can be. >> is that even their job to be doing this? >> department of justice? >> right. is that where they should have -- >> -- there is no first amendment? you are not allowed to show support for someone? >> they are making the case. they are not pointing out specifically the coworker. their point is that's not part of our uniform. not allowed to be adding things to uniform. if you want to add limits that's offlimits. >> this is not a federal police force. this is a local police department. why is the department of justice and this radical woman hired there. actually we did the story there when she was hired three years ago. hired from the aclu. where is she determining what cops outside a small town in st. louis can wear on their uniform.
she doesn't employ them. what is this. >> let us know your thoughts on this. foxnews.com. >> if they were wearing bracelets saying ala akbar, do you think the doj would have a problem with that? no. i'm serious. >> other stories making headlines on your saturday morning to tell you about. four months since bowe bergdahl was released from the taliban. now, another marine desertion charge is being backtracked. colonel disappears from his post in iraq eight years ago. he wound up in lebanon just recently returning to the united states. prosecutors say he was unhappy with his deployment and didn't want to shoot back at iraqis. nine kids in colorado mysteriously paralyzed showing polio symptoms it may be caused by respiratory virus spreading against the united states. the entervirus was detected in four of the patients. all nine cases last two
months. >> teenager surfs on top of a speeding train in boston and narrowly misses hitting a bridge. >> i got scared, bro. >> that's smart. police in boston now searching for this teenager, once caught, officials say that thrill seeker faces at the very least trespassing charges. has rod stewart been riding the subway in new york city? scenes like these popping up all over social media turns out imposture. they look so much alike. the phony has been duping star truck fans. free food and drinks. stuart fans are confirming it's a fake but saying rod has seen the photos and thinks it's funny. >> by dad did that once when he was a young man. baltimore comments, great football team at the time.
my dad looked like one of the players for the baltimore colts and people came up are you -- >> absolutely. >> he couldn't pull himself back from saying no. that's right. >> oh my gosh, can i get a photo with you. >> why would a restaurant give free food to rod stuart? >> he meets it. >> celebrity, you have seen celebrities? like homeless now. >> they are famished. >> incentivizes them to come back. >> super rich give them more. >> so weird. >> like the grab bags they get at the grammies thousands of dollars in there. >> any time rick reichmuth gets a meal. >> i can't afford to eat. all you can eat buffet. cheap. >> old country buffet. >> exactly. guys, we have a really great weekend across much of the eastern part of the country. except for the southeast. quite a bit of rain over the
weekend. florida initially. by late into into monday we will see heavy rain across parts of this central golf coast. four inches of rain causing localized flooding. in the short-term, take a look at your first alert forecast across the northeast for your day today. a spectacular one. hardly any clouds out there at all. certainly no rain. and temperatures are going to feel a little bit more like summer. get out and enjoy. the southeast looking pretty great as well. we will have that rain across florida for your day today. spotty showers throughout parts of texas. overall looking great. into the northern plains spectacular. really warm temperatures getting into the 80's as far as north as fargo. enjoy that and all of our troubles today are really out across the west. we are talking about snow in the sierra nevadas, few spots up to 8 inches of snow very heavy rain from vegas spreading throughout arizona and that's an area that has seen so much rain with these tropical storms that have hit there. that means we will see some localized flooding. all right. guys. send it back to you inside. >> thanks a million, rick.
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about 20 homes contacted by the water main break. new iphone 6 saying keep out to the nsa. the newest apple device encrypts emails, photos and contacts with a unique code created by the user. this means if apple is sent a court order to hand over the contents of a phone, they have no way of getting the information. apple has told the nsa sorry. off limits. tucker? >> hey, clayton. this week when massachusetts police raided the home of-million-dollar lottery winner gary bond they found drugs, a a marijuana growing operation, and his welfare cards. even worse, he was still living in government subsidized housing. >> how is this even possible? and just how much is welfare fraud costing taxpayers? joining us is massachusetts state representative shaunna o'connell. she is working to put a stop to welfare fraud. good morning, thanks for being with us. >> good morning, anna, good morning, tucker. >> obviously so many people in this nation who do need
welfare but when you hear stories like that, you wonder is there not enough regulation ahead of time or is it too easy to get? >> that's exactly the problem. you hear about stories like this and it really destroys the integrity of the programs for those who are truly in need. but the problem has been that the welfare roles have exploded over the past four years over 135% up on spending. taxpayers spent $700 billion on the food stamp program last year. this has caused the state to be unable or unwilling to do the proper verification to make sure people belong on the system and then enforce the penalties and rules once people do get on the system. there is really no incentive for states to enforce the rules because they have been incentivized to grow the welfare roles rather than control them. >> should it surprise us that a lottery player is on
welfare. why is the government encouraging poor people to gamble in the first place. only idiots work. get rich quick. buy a lotto ticket and get rich. why is the government doing that? it is greed, isn't it? >> it is. a lot of states, you know, they have the opinion that the more you spend on welfare, the more you spend on the food stamp program, it somehow creates this economy where, you know, you spend one dollar on welfare and you create somehow $5 in the economy. and that's just not the case. and i think all the hard working taxpayers right now are are also asking this question after they work 40, 50, 60 hours to take care of their own families, can you see the brazenness, the audacity of people that are scamming the welfare system. this guy even went and took pictures with his winning card, his winning ticket at the lottery commission. >> right. so what is causing the government to do this? some would say they are trying it to buy votes and so they don't want to reform
welfare. >> no, they don't. the cbo has recently put out a report saying that the system has been so overwhelmed by the increase in welfare recipients and welfare spending that states are just having an incredibly hard time keeping up with the fraud and trying to eliminate the fraud and some have given up. a the will these departments that control welfare in the different states really operate in this cloak of darkness. it's very difficult to even get information. we had a case last year where i was trying to get information on high balance ebt cards where people had balances of 10,000 and $12,000. i ended up having to pay $800 just to get the information and really break the story and make them, force them to do some reforms there. >> a state that needs a lot of reform. shaunna o'connell, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> the government spent 3 million bucks to put shrimp on treadmills. wait until you hear how much
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walk us through what happened. you heard about this first. tell us, and describe for us how you set about down the river to find this bird. >> we were already out on the river, doing training. and we heard over the radio on channel 16, a sailboat reporting to our station that there was an injured eagle in the water. when we heard that we turned around immediately and started going in that direction. we made a few phone calls to confirm the information as best we could. and then we decided that before we got there, we needed to call the michigan department of natural resources to make sure it was going to be okay with them if we got this bird or to see if it there was anybody they could send down
to give us a hand. >> when you pulled the boat up there, it was a little too shallow for you to get that boat up. what did you see when you saw the bald eagle in the water there? >> initially, we saw her, she was actually swimming. she wasn't floating like a duck. she was mainly submerged. she was using her wings to swim as best she could. we watched her finish her swim, which was at least a couple hundred yards right on to some rocks by the power station there. >> what happened to the bird? >> honestly we are not entirely sure. there is two schools of thought here either a she flew out farther than she could to get back or dove in the water after some food and ended up submerging farther than she could back out. >> william and dominic, had you to get out there and try to get the eagle. how distressed was this bird and why did you feel so compelled to get in the water and go after this eagle? >> well, the eagle was up on
shore, that's part of our mission is environmental protection. and we take care of all the national's wildlife. thought it was the right thing to do. i don't like seeing animals die. >> william, patriotic pride here, right? >> yes. definitely. >> it's a symbol of our nation's freedom to be able to save this bird. how is the bird doing this morning, guys? >> to our knowledge, she is doing really well. she is with the bay city wildlife rescue team. a nonprofit organization out of bay city, michigan. they are taking care of her. they just sent us some photos and she looks healthy. >> that's great. so, what you have you guys have become celebrities in that area for doing. this has it been a little overwhelming? >> it's been kind of funny about saving an eagle how much commotion there has been. >> that's great. you guys are used to saving human beings and saving a symbol of our nation's
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today is saturday, the 27th of september, 2014. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. terror in america's heartland, as a recent convert to islam goes on a rampage at his former place of employment, beheading a coworker, in a gruesome attack after trying to convert other colleagues to islam. what we are learning today about the man behind the massacre. >> and the hunt for a cop killer heating up this morning after he made one huge mistake. he called his parents. state troopers now zeroing in on the pennsylvania wilderness where he was able to use his phone. could they be close to catching him? we will have the latest. >> he was the last person to see uva student hannah graham. now the man accused of abducting her is behind bars in virginia this morning. but, this morning, the question remains, where is hannah? "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. this is andrew dice clay, you are watching "fox & friends." oh.
>> oh. >> was that really andrew dice clay? >> it was. >> anna and clayton on the set with me. >> one grocery bag, three meals. show you how to shop for that. >> fox news alert now, a terrifying murder in the heartland. a woman beheaded now authorities trying to figure out if this was just a random act of violence or a lone wolf jihadi trying to send a a larger message. >> reporter elizabeth prann live in washington, d.c. with the latest. good morning, elizabeth. >> the moore oklahoma police sergeant says 30-year-old alton. he only stopped after being shot by another employee who possibly saved countless lives. that employee mark vonn is the coo and reserve sheriff's deputy. >> he is obviously a hero in this situation. it's very tragic that someone did lose their life.
but it could have gotten a lot worse. this guy definitely was not going to stop. he didn't stop until he was shot. >> now, here is a little background, he had just gotten fired from his job before the rampage occurred. witnesses also say he had been trying to convert several employees at the food processing plant to islam. authorities say it's way too early to tell if that or a mental illness played a role in the attack. the police department is releasing the 911 calls during the attack. listen here. >> you can hear this in the background? >> is that him? he's back? >> yeah. it sounds like he is running around out here. >> and that's a gunshot. >> got gunshot. >> you now the local tv station kwtv reports the suspected killer has had a number of run-ins with local authorities, such ago drug possession and assaulting trooper. he served two years in prison back in 2011. anna, clayton and tucker back to you guys. >> getting disturbing images
what was off of his facebook page. trying to unravel who this guy was. if you look at his facebook page over the last few months, there was a the lo of evidence point to this radicalization unfolding. he wrote. this i just want to say as an muslim we don't celebrate america's holidays with a the lot of letters missing and a lot of vowels missing. >> radical but also a moron. he writes this about christians, christians have some thing where they eat crackers that represents jesus flesh and cranberry juice that represents his blood. don't you think that's kind of evil, lol. wake up, islam is the true religion. >> photos appearing to celebrate terrorism with usama bin laden, pictures of beheadings, pictures of the twin towers on fire. same with statue of liberty, a sign saying islam will dominate the world. freedom can go to hell. do you think this is a normal guy? >> also, he had been trying to radicalize and have
members of his co-workers join him in this crusade. he was trying to get them to convert to islam on a repeated basis and members that he worked with had said to other authorities hey, this is concerning me. >> that's not enough this is his facebook page jah''keem yisrael. president obama's sideline telling muslims they are not muslims. one of the federal officials called his facebook page, quote: provocative. that's the understatement of the year saying it included a photo of usama bin laden, facebook page appearing to be nolen one depicting a heading. nope indication that no one was copying the beheading of jihadistst in syria. adding they are treating this as work place violence.
>> and copying, obviously the term beheading has been in the news lot lately. we have seen the concerning images from isis in those videos. the fact that he had links to all of this stuff on his facebook page yet they could find no link that he is copying this. >> beheading on his facebook page, is he a radical muslim, they have been beheading people around the world. the fact that he beheaded someone in oklahoma yesterday no connection at all. that's crazy. >> so maybe this isn't isis directly. but what has isis been doing recently? they have been going online. online message boards and posts things the lone wolfs of america, how to make bombs in your kitchen and instructing isis sympathizers on what to do. so, when you see somebody like this guy, who beheaded a colleague and tried to kill another, it appears, who knows how many others, just memorializing islamic radicalism as a good thing, let's put it 2 and 2
together. >> mike baker says the threat to the homeland though is serious, and he says this isn't the first occurrence of this. listen. >> we have all the information we need to say that the threat to the homeland is very very serious at this point. whether we are talking about khorasan or the islamic state. we know that they have been having increasing success in doing exactly what they have been trying to do for years in gathering up western recruits so they can release them into the homeland and create these attacks. >> i just want to repeat that none of this has anything to do with islam. our theologian and chief has told us again and again. yes, they may call themselves muslims. yes, they may be the islamic state, yes, they may quote something called the koran which may be connected to this great world religion. has nothing to do with islam. >> therefore you shouldn't profile and ignore any signs of this on somebody's facebook page. >> let's hear from the leaders and come forward and condemn these people as the
terrorists that they are and make the distinction between the two. >> well, yeah. if they were christian, if there were people running around beheading others on behalf of the ebusiness ebusiness cable church i would say something is wrong with the way christianity is being practiced. wouldn't you? >> absolutely. people have to get up and defend their own faith. let us know your thoughts and much more on this throughout the show this morning. >> some other saturday morning headlines now. he slipped up. pennsylvania state police saying accused cop killing suspect eric frein made a phone call to his family. the call was short, but investigators saying they were able to it track the signal to an area near the border of the monroe and pike county and pocono mountain. >> you are a coward, we are not intimidated. we will not leave. weave will find you. and we will bring you to justice. >> police also looked through frein's computer hard drive.
internet searches on survival skills, police technology and how to avoid policeman hunts, the man accused of abducting college student hannah graham now jailed in virginia. jesse matthew extradited from texas found camping on a beach. police flew him to charlottesville on a private jet. he will be in court for a bond hearing thursday. meanwhile, investigators saying matthew was the last person to have been seen on surveillance video the night graham vanished two weeks ago. searchers are now expanding to more heavily wooded areas in neighboring counties. >> the man who set fire to an faa facility in chicago now charged with a felony. 36-year-old brian howard, a contract worker entered the facility with a rolling suitcase filled with knives and gasoline. howard then posted an ominous message on his facebook page after setting the fire. paramedics found howard attempting to commit suicide. he has been charged but remains in a hospital recovering. more than 2,000 flights to
chicago o'hare cancelled. more cab sell legs are expected over the next several days. >> the clinton family growing overnight. chelsea clinton giving birth to a baby girl late friday night. clinton taking to twitter to announce the good news. mark and i i are full of love and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our daughter, charlotte clinton mezvinsky. they have been married for four years. congratulations. >> get it over to rick reichmuth who tells us summer is coming back which i find bogus. >> if rick says it, i believe it. >> i was out mowing the lawn yesterday. i was sweating. i was like come on. what's going on? >> all weekend long if you are out mowing the lawn. spectacular weekend. a lot of people might disagree with you, clayton, and actually want one last gasp of a weekend. 8 a in fargo. 82 in new york. cooler in the southeast. we have got some spectacular
temperatures. both today and tomorrow. we're going to continue to see these nice temperatures. in fact, even throughout much of this coming week it will cool down a little bit across the far northern tier. overall, things good in the east. out across the west. that's where we have the problems. we are watching just very clear skies. i mean, take a look at this. hardly a cloud to be found anywhere from canada all the way down across parts of the tennessee valley. the big problems are across florida and into texas. at least south texas, that's where we will continue to see some the showers throughout the day today. tomorrow spreads in towards the central gulf. out across the west, totally different story. cooler air, snow across the sierra nevadas, very heavy rain falling across arizona and nevada and into utah. over the next couple of days, some spots 2 to three inches of rain. more flooding concerns unfortunately for parts of arizona into utah and nevada. maybe far eastern parts of california as well. guys, we have got some snow to talk about. 4 to 8 inches of snow he in sierra, nevadas, not enough to ski on. >> this is what happened to
the donner party. sierra, nevada, catches people unaware. >> you get a window into tucker's soul. >> poor people. snow he in nevada in september? yeah it does. >> we should have our own party here. >> difficult for squirrels to go out and find nuts and berries right now? write to the donner party. >> thanks, rick, we have been telling you about the man who beheaded coworker and tried to condition vert others to islam. how are these guys being radicalized here in the united states. we will is ask a former member of the terrorist task force. >> out of nowhere. a chief tries to steal a woman's car in broad daylight. she doesn't give up. see how she manages to escape with her car intact. ♪
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convert alton noen. the man suspected of beheading a woman. more americans to be radicalized and what could be fueling it's interesting as you look at this guy's history and look at his facebook page. there seems to be a lot of clear signs this guy was being radicalized. trying to lead others into radicalization. yet, it seementdz to me people were kind of turning the other cheek. looking away from this guy. did people drop the ball here? >> complacency right now in the united states is our number one enemy. you know, it doesn't matter
if it's even work place violence, which this was clearly not, in my mind. and i think that the individual that posted that response by the fbi should be fired because that's absolutely ridiculous. there is a level of political correctness that you can go safely. and he -- or that person went way beyond that and i think complacency really leads to being unaware and that's a problem when we have somebody who is, youknow, g these things, trying to convert these things. that's one thing. but when you look at his facebook site, which companies can do, and you see this intense ideology spread all over it, there is an issue there. >> well, it seems like the people who wind up, americans who wind up becoming radicalized are from one of two groups. either immigrants usually from somali or pakistan or from this guy who looks like he got converted in prison. a lot of radical islam in
american prisons. what can we do about that. >> call it what it is fundamental mohammedism. you made a comment if christian church was actually doing something like, this you would have an issue with this. >> yeah. >> here's the thing, if somebody is a new convert to christianity, or a new convert to islam, they are going to be energized. and they are going to be really practice the fundamentals, because as we progress in our religion, we progress into adding our own stuff into it it fundamental christianity is a religion of faith, fundamental islam is a religion of force. and you see recruiting in prisons. you see recruiting in the inner cities and mosques going up in the inner cities while they may be trying to do a service. the fact is anybody who has a fundamental or what we call radical viewpoint it's easy pickings there because people are looking for hope and change. >> so to speak. >> so to speak. >> are you troubled by the department of justice regulations, new guidelines that we have been reporting
about it on the show this morning? which seems would tie the hands of the fbi. no more racial profiling, ethnicity. can't look at their religion. there was a clear line -- a line of this from this guy on his facebook page. he he had a long rap sheet. he had been arrested. he had led police on a man hunt for crying out loud. do you feel that federal regulations are now going to be getting in the way and hamstringing law enforcement? >> i just don't feel that i know it and it's been going on. the dod has become to a point where, you know, you can't do certain techniques that really have nothing to do with interrogation. they are just interview techniques without getting approval from a general in the region. you have in the bureau where, you know, we can't do certain things that are really policy and have hamstrung us because of mr. attorney general holder who is leaving and in my opinion can't leave quick enough. regardless of your political views, you have to look at what is effective and allow investigators to do what is effective. when your special interests gets in the way and
bloomberg who i'm not really a fan of, is a good example of this: he needs to go and he needs to watch this -- or listen to this 911 video and listen to what stopped that it was a gunshot in the background. that kind of i had okay crazy saying no one should have guns same i i had okay crazy hamstring people is the ft is when we go to war like over -- we send special forces over into iraq or syria, the syrians aren't saying we are at war with american special forces. they are saying we are at war with america. they don't say we are at war with army. the fact is we are not at war with a lone wolf.
we are not at war with isis. we are at war with islamic caliphate movements. one great big group. doesn't matter if a operative here or radicalized in a prison or a mosque. i will tell you something else, one person is discovered in a mosque as being radicalized, they should get rid of that mosque. if one person comes out of a prison and radicalized from that prison, they should go through and clean the whole thing out that is the only way it's going to be stopped. work place violence in the end. >> and not islam. >> thank you for being here this morning. >> your car won't start? maybe you missed a payment. some banks shutting down your car by remote control. the virtual repo man. is it fair? we will debate it. >> hollywood's hottest celebrity assembling in italy for modine and george clooney's wedding. how did he spend his final days as a free man? we have a cameraman there.
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what if the payment isn't late? what if they shut off the car while i'm behind that car going 60 miles per hour? there is no regulation it's it's a dumb idea. a dangerous idea. >> report of a woman saying she was trying to take her son to the hospital and the car wouldn't start it wasn't that she actually missed a payment. some reason there is a delay from the bank she claims. >> some of these stories you are hearing don't ring true. the reality is the way this machine works they are warned before the thing guess turned off. 24 hour emergency button so they can get to the hospital if they need to. these are high risk borrowers who otherwise wouldn't have a car at all. and for the lenders to give them a car, this is a condition. they sign off on it they know it's a condition and they have to abide by the terms of repayment. >> what do you say to that? because it is the lender who owns the car not the borrower. >> that's true. if this were a rental situation, i would understand that but, look, first of all, these high risk borrowers are paying 300% interest, number one, these lenders know that they are getting paid way more
for the car than they should because of the high risk. pick one. if you are either going to gouge the borrowers because they're high risk, then gouge the borrowers, but don't al put this on their car. pick a method to the madness, other thing is look at this. who has their finger on the switch, anna. it's not a nasa scientist. it's a goon who is going to have fun with these. no regulation here from computer say missed payment turn it off immediately. >> there is advanced warning the reality is if there is a problem like that, then the customer has a recourse. but, in general, this works and it's no different than as you guys had said, the reason poo man. >> if you say this is totally kosher, could this work, i'm a homeowner in charlotte, i have a condo, i could be at risk somebody is renting from me is hurt. i'm going to put up security cameras around there make sure nobody is doing anything. this is a slippery slope, isn't it. >> there is a privacy issue. you sign off on this here.
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spreading across the united states. doctors are racing to determine if the virus is connected to the paralysis all nine cases occurred within the last two months. woman fights off violent carjacker. whole thing caught on camera. debra smith goes to open the front gate at her office when a thief jumps in the drivers seat. she lungs after the car. the man throwing it in reverse, drags her as she clings to the driver's side door, but she refused to let go, holding on to the steering wheel and struggling with the thief, eventually he runs off. could police strike again, chicken fingersut. shark meat in. a maine elementary school making exotic changes to lunch menub&>ju part of michelle obama's lunch program. mount desert elementary school adding more fruits, vegetables like cale and stalking up on locally produced food like lobster,
had dock and shark. critics say shark meat is dangerous leading high levels of mercury to blindness, memory loss and even sometimes death. it's a big weekend for actor george clooney and fiancee. the couple arriving in venice, italy to arrive for monday's star studded wedding. rehearsal dinner only accessible by boat. overnight the couple attended bachelorette and bachelor party. nothing crazy, just dinner apart with friend and family. >> we all did that on our wedding. >> venice threw the canal. >> multiple boats and camera angles. >> he is one of the world's most beautiful men. >> i always say if you bring a sign you are going to get on the show. welcome from mississippi. where are you from on the map. >> grenada right there. >> show me where biloxi is? this is a test of your
geography. >> down there. >> your husband was right. take a look at the weather maps right now. show you this really nice picture from biloxi. very fortuitous that you came right now. beautiful sunrise. from yesterday in biloxi at love mississippi gulf coast: right before your sunrise. going it up to 84 with with a chance of a thunderstorm. mostly cloudy. a lot of rain down across that area. keep sending me your pictures, rick reichmuth on twitter or put them on facebook page. here is the first alert forecast across the northeast for today. take a look at that no clouds, no rain at all. just a ton of sunshine and beautiful temperatures. down to the southeast, we will see some rain across parts of florida. very spotty showers but overall not that bad of a day and in towards the northern plains, one of your nicest days you have really had all summer. enjoy it today, that will not last for much longer. all right, clayton, send it back to you inside. >> thanks so much, rick. leaders on both sides of the pond seem to agree on the effectiveness of air strikes against isis.
listen. >> i am not claiming that by air strikes alone we can roll back this problem. >> no one is under any allusions, any allusions that air strikes alone will destroy isil. >> if an air strike alone won't do it what will. >> bring in our panel retired master sergeant scott neil. director of strategic. former u.s. army helicopter pilot and iraq war veteran major dan rooney, nice to see all of you. you flew former f-16 fighter, multiple tours in iraq and the founder of folds of honor.org, one of our long time friends on the show. i want to start with you and ask you about this. this idea that air strikes alone could stop isis, you say that we really need three legs of a stool to complete this process. what do you mean by that? >> when you look at effective, offensive power over there, right? the three legs, air strikes we have right now but we need intelligence and boots on the ground. and while air strikes, i
think are an effective way to put them back on their heels, if you will, without the other two, we really won't be truly effective. that's why the military is put three together. we have seen this unfolding right now. 22 air strikes so far against isis targets and more than 30 strikes in syria. when we talk about those air strikes? what are reseeing? what is unfolding with air strikes? are we trying to dampen them so we can put boots on the ground eventually. >> what you are see something a softening of the target. hard assets used initially. seeing the leadership in flux. and their command and control starting to talk to each other, which opens up to a little bit of activity and we can start targeting them on the ground from that. >> air strikes are extremely effective at degrading the enemy. but that alone is not going to destroy isis, which is what mission success looks like. so we're going to see the enemy. we are going to see isis changing their tactics,
techniques and procedures. changing command and control center locations. we are going to see them start blending in the population. >> we are a finely tuned military in the united states. we are used to communicate amongst ourselves very well. when we form this coalition we have discussions with other pilots. how does that unfold? are we worried that there is going to be maybe something might be lost in translation off how much of a burden are we handing over to other members of the coalition? >> i don't think there is any doubt when you have multinational militaries working together there is going to be calm issues. point earlier the boots on the ground should not just be american boots. i love what i i'm seeing the british vote yesterday in belgium and denmark. this coalition. what people need to understand is this is not a quick fix. right? this is not world war ii. it is not vietnam.
we love it nice and neat in this country but this is a long-term commitment that i think the globe literally the world needs to get around. >> who is going to be boots on the ground? if we are all in agreement that we need the boots on the ground. moderate syrian fighters and then who are they? for a long term approach, 10, 20, 15 years. or let to to the local command and control to handle this? >> what you are seeing now, there are special operators on the ground. they have been training their partners that have already been there the person -- peshmerger guard. train assist and device methodology, they are really going to handle the brunt of isis. >> we don't even know who half the syrian rebels are what does it mean to be moderate in the first place? there is no leadership on the ground in syria. so, when we are talking about arming these syrian rebels, who do we talk to? how do we have a conversation with them? we don't even know who is in charge? >> exactly.
and when we are talking about army and training them. it'sing going to take time. it's not going to happen overnight. so, and we also have to remember that their objective is not necessarily to fight and defeat isis. they want to get rid of assad. and so, who is going to take care of that isis threat in the interim? there is -- until they are basically armed and ready to continue the fight, so we need to continuing arming the peshmerga. now we need to get serious about a ground coalition with our allies that involve a long-term commitment with resources and funding and these ground forces. >> can pinprick air strikes do the job? i mean, there seem to still be getting funding from their oil fields. they are still putting out social media messages. they are still getting their message out. they are still attacking people and still killing people and putting it out there with videos that are well produced. >> look at the pinprick side
of it, i think. we are warming up. it's a logical step. we have got to put the pilots over there. so, i don't think it's the long-term plan. we had to do something to knock them back on their heals. because the strength was just growing every day. >> so what you see he with air strikes, is you see a stalling of their momentum. where we really need to dominate them and create relentless pursuit is in the virtual space that is what is keeping them together right now. >> can we have a social media campaign that rivals what they are doing. taking the message out there virtually. we are hearing that the government is looking into doing that trying to say think twice before you would want to join isis, putting out i think it's about time that we start doing that because as we know isis has been effective with social media campaign in terms of recruitment and pushing their agenda and ideology. we need to let the world
know that they can't run from this international coalition that's been established. we will destroy isis. that is our instinct here. >> scott, will we win this war. >> always. >> dan? >> i would say america needs to start going to church. so we don't talk about it much. but i think god is what separates the good people. this is true evil and what can americans do? prayer is a big thing. so, we are going to need every asset we can and that's a pretty big one upstairs. >> who will replace outgoing attorney general holder and when? district attorney tom deprehas a short list of candidates next. and three meals from one bag of groceries. it's it possible. the skills you need to make the grocery store count on your wallet. a body at rest tends to stay at rest...
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as he has been over these past six years. do you think we will see a new attorney general who is less polarizing than holder was. >> i think the answer has to be he yes. no question that holder was a very divisive attorney general. he really was at the center of so many of the most politically explosive controversies that the administration has been embroiled in. and i think right now the
president, in choosing his next attorney general really faces a fork in the road. on one hand, he can choose someone who would continue in the mode of eric holder. that is to say someone who would be more of a political warrior. on the other hand, he could choose someone who might put the focus can of the department of justice back encore mission of law enforcement. >> right. so for those out of the country for the past six years, put up on the screen, a few of eric holder's politically motivated moves as ag the fort hood work place violence situation. he sued arizona over immigration law. he opposed voter i.d. laws called them racist. inserted himself into the ferguson missouri case among many others is it naive to say it's all holder or weighs acting out the president's desires in asserting himself into those things? >> i think there is both in there no question that mr. holder passionately believed in a lot of these things. at the same time, he has a very close personal relationship with the president. i cannot imagine for a moment that he would be going out there.
pushing these issues, these political issues so aggressively if he didn't have the president's backing and support. i think mr. holder was doing exactly what president obama wanted him to do. >> it sure seems that way. who is going to replace him? >> it's a great question. the names that we have been hearing. some of them are already familiar to us. one is don, the solicitor general. he argued the obamacare case. a presence in the supreme court. they have been talking about the federal prosecutor in new york. there is camilla harris the california attorney general. devol patrick the governor of massachusetts, his name being mentioned as well. >> two out of four i think are more moderate than eric holder. that's for sure. do you think it's going to be tough to get anybody through the senate after holder? >> i think it's going to be a battle. the fact is that this confirmation hearing in many ways will be a referendum on eric holder. the next laundry list. do you agree with mr. holder on this on this, on this, on this. it will be a mine field.
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hello, everyone. good morning. today is saturday, the 27th of september, 2014. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. terror in the heartland. a recent convert to islam goes on a rampage beheading a former coworker. so the administration call this what it is, an act of terror? governor mike huckabee on that in minutes. >> and he made one huge mistake. he called his parents. state troopers are now zeroing in on that cop killer who is hiding in the wilderness of pennsylvania. the question is, how close are they to catching him? we will tell you coming up. >> plus, dads, what's the best way to scare your daughter's date? just ask the lone survivor marcus lutttrell's warning
to his daughters suiters. i need lessons on this. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. >> hi, this is big george foreman and you are watching "fox & friends." it's a knockout in the morning. >> well, good morning. we are going it start this morning right with breaking news. it is out of moore, oklahoma. you have been following so is have we. a woman beheaded at a food processing plant, apparently by this man. >> governor hike huckabee joins us here now on the couch to talk about this. governor, we heard, i can't believe we were hearing this yesterday but work place violence. when will members of the administration or law enforcement, the fbi, call this what it is? terrorism? >> when barack obama is no longer president. we have a little hope that eric holder is gone. but the fact is when the little rock shooting happened, andy long murdered in front of the recruiting office with a person who was a radical islamic jihadist
who had gone to yemen, radicalized after he was in a nashville, tennessee mosque and then came back and said he was going to kill people and said he did it for his religion. and they still called it just a basic murder and a state crime, not a federal crime. we saw it in fort hood. now we see it here. it just perplexes this. here is the real challenge on this. with all of the information on facebook. all the things he was saying to people. here was a real clear picture of somebody who is about to go off his rocker. how's come we are spending so much time checking your email, listening to your phone calls, putting you through the third degree at the airport if we have all the time to do that, why aren't we looking at somebody's facebook page who might just be giving us a clue of his intention. >> governor, it's pretty blatant and we will share it with our viewers. some of it we can't share with you because it's too graphic and terrible but alton nolen's facebook page.
i just want to say as an muslim we don't celebrate americas with a k holidays. another thing that he said about christian. he said christians have something where they eat crackers, which represents jesus' flesh and drink cranberry juice which represents blood. don't you think that's kind of evil, lol. wake up, islam is the true religion. >> but we don't behead people. let me make that distinction. i don't know of any christian in america who thinks that that's okay. i just don't. even the craziest people among us who claim to be christian. west where row a bunch of loans who aren't really christian. i don't think that's christian. but any think they are christian. let's just be honest. when somebody claims to be an islamic and they believe it's okay to behead people and they hate people and want to destroy america, i think we have got a problem with them. >> where is the silent muslim community then? because you say as a christian, if someone was going in somewhere and they were holding up their hand and saying jesus is lord and
doing something terrible like fort hood you would condemn that. >> absolutely would condemn that and say it has nothing to do with us but i wanted to make it clear that is a misrepresentation of the religion. i wouldn't go around and saying religion isn't involved. i would say a nutty version of religion is involved. i would say a perverted version of religion is involved. i wouldn't act like nothing here about religion. it's everything about religion. got to be honest about it. >> explain this phenomenon then. the president of the united states time after time has assumed this role as theologian in chief telling various groups they are not muslim. isis you are not muslim. i'm sure he will tell this guy no you are not a muslim. when did the president become an authority who is and who is not muslim? >> let's just ask ourselves if a person gets down on a mat five times a day and pray and from their prayer they get up and kill somebody and they associate it with screaming out the name of god as they kill somebody, i think it's kind of hard to separate at least their religious intentions from what they did.
that's the whole point. >> tucker's point is great. you go back to george w. bush right after september 11th, he said similar words, did he not? about this is not a war against islam. that islam is a peaceful religion. and he made great efforts, george w. bush did, to try to push that and make sure that we were identifying these terrorists separately. so is that a hold over from that? what do you think? >> we all want to be careful not to categorize everybody who is a muslim as being a radical jihadist. because wouldn't be fair, wouldn't be true. that would be inaccurate to say everybody who is muslim and goes to a mosque you better be worried because they may pull out a knife and slice your head off. that is nonsense, there are legally many wonderful people who are muslim. but what we have to understand is that the real threat we face happens to be a version of islam that is absolutely radical, out of control, and we are at war with them. we can't just go around and saying oh, it's just, you know, some little issue.
it's not -- it's huge. but we need to focus on what really we are afraid of. not just what we are mad at. >> if you were president of the united states, you had a marshall your secretary of defense and all of the members of your cabinet. you're dealing with the military and dealing with the crisis that is isis right now in the middle east, how would you approach this? because the secretary of defense hagel saying this is the fight against isis is just the beginning. and that air strikes alone are not going to stop this. what would you do? >> the first thing i think the president should do is to say everything is on the table. never tell your enemy what you are not going to do. because now he knows your limitations. clinton eastwood said it best. a man has got to know his limitations. you never tell somebody what your limitations are. you know what they're. you don't ever say by the way here are my limitations. you know what? then i'm going to exploit your limitations. if we say we are going to come after you but we are only going to come after new these ways. then i'm going to come after you in every way you are not
going to come after me. >> i'm confused what our objective is obviously we are want to kill them. even the gulf case. this is taking place in the middle of the syrian civil war. fighting the president of syria. we are saying we are against him but also against his enemies. what exactly do we expect is going to happen in syria and what should we want to happen in syria? >> the old phrase when your enemies are killing each other, never get in their way. let them go ahead and finish it off. there is a certain sense in which we need to make sure that we limit our concern to that which threatens measure security, american safety, american journalists being beheaded. but we do need to understand that the real threat of isis is not necessarily what's happening in the civil war in syria. it's what's coming across the southern border. it's what happened in moore, oklahoma yesterday. it's what could be happening in a community, in a town near you. that's what i think we need to be afraid of. >> that seems to be one of the biggest things that isis is working on right now is asking these lone wolfs in
america we. >> you better believe it is is they may be a lone wolf but they are connected to a much bigger pac. wolves are never alone. they don't run alone. they may do something alone, they are a pac type animals and they run in packs. >> who do you feel on the show tonight. >> nobody. >> i would watch that. >> we are going to have a really great show. a doctor will talk about one year into obamacare. how is that working out for us? we have christian adams who will be talking about the resignation of eric holder along with juan williams and what role has race played in the attorney general's office. our musical guest big and rich will be there with us. >> outstanding. 8:00 p.m. on fox. thanks, governor, other stories making headlines to tell you about on this saturday morning. pennsylvania state police saying accused cop killing suspect eric frein made a phone call to his family. the call was short but
investigators say they were able to track the signal to an area near the border of monroe and pike county cans in pocono mountains. >> eric, as i told you last week, you are a coward. we are not intimidated. we will not leave. he we will find you. and we will bring you to justice. >> police also looked through frein's computer hard drive and found internet searches on survival skills. police technology and how to avoid policeman hunt. the man accused of abducting college student hannah graham now jailed in virginia. jesse matthew was arrested in galveston, texas where he was arrested found on a jet. he was extradite on a private jet to charlottesville. matthew was the last person seen on surveillance video the night graham vanished two weeks ago. searchers now expanding to it heavily wooded areas in neighboring counties, searching for her. >> the nfl once again denies receiving a copy of the disturbing ray rice elevator
video the league denying a reports by the associated press that a law enforcement official said he sent the video to the league's head of security in april. in a letter to owners, the nfl says our office has found absolutely no evidence to support the claim of the anonymous law enforcement source. sent a video to the nfl office or that he received a telephone call to his, quote: disposable cell phone from an unidentified female using an nfl line. this as they there are new charges of domestic violence in the nba. charlotte hornet's player jeff taylor arrested in washington. releasing ago statement that taylor will not be involved in any activities during the investigation. >> chelsea clinton gave birth overnight to it a baby
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14 minutes after the hour. a comment that turned women across america against democrat debbie wasserman schultz. >> scott walker has given women the back of his hand. >> well, we just learned that wasn't the first time. wasserman schultz used the same phrase referring to florida governor rick scott just last month. [inaudible] here to weigh in is katrina. >> thank you for having me. >> when you hear that twice what do you think. >> congressman woman schultz isn't exactly known to be the intelligent one this her party but these particular comments truly take the cake considering domestic violence is a national discussion today. and she is comparing the
republican party and the tea party to abuses against women when she had done a little bit of her homework, she would have found out othe majority of tea party leaders in this country are, in fact, women. but, more importantly, these are men of the republican party, which is where i think the republican party fails to take her comments and educate the public considering when you look at women like susan b. anthony, who happens to be a champion for women's suffrage and women's right who went to jail for voting a straight republican ticket it is republicans who supported women's rights. it's free market principles that helped madam walker become the first female millionaire in the united states of america as a black woman during the time of slavery. >> katrina to show the other side of this though the liberals coming to the dnc chair woman's side saying this is a stretch that republican critics are saying that this is somehow comparing the back of the hand to domestic violence. if that is a stretch and
that's not at all what she meant. is this just something that happens to be in her vernacular and happened to say it or was this deliberate? >> this was absolutely deliberate. one of the things the democrat knows is to scare people, to make the republicans out to be demonized. this is exactly what she meant to say. and she said it during this time for a reason. but this is an indicator of where the democrat party stands nationally, going into the midterm elections. they are spiraling down the drain and they are on the losing end. >> when we are looking toward november. what is it the republicans need to do to combat this so-called war on women, that the democrats have successfully painted, and a lot of circles. so what do republicans need to do to get their real message out. >> well, the republican establishment, if they are smart, and i use that term loosely, would take these comments and run ads in all of those states where there are senate races to be won and tell the stories of the success is of women in this country because of the
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lincoln akz luxury cars sold in north america. >> talk about a dad you wouldn't want to mess with. >> thinking about his 2-year-old daughter daddy dating former navy seal and lone survivor march klesla tremendously marcus lutttrell. >> i will make him contact every father of a daughter on here. ma, foxer, boxer, police officer, fighter and let's not forget the toughest of all prison guards to get their blessing in person. he will have to do the same thing with all my teammates while they show him the team armory, paint the house, mend some fences, paint the lawn, bottle up a hurricane. put out a forest fire with a skirt -- squirt gun. he gets that done. i will give number face time while i hold the phone. with us now is marcus
luttrell. as a father of three daughters, i'm so heartened to hear that. so, how did you wind up, your daughter addy, i think, is 2. how did you kind up writing this? what spurred this? >> it all started of a picture -- she had actually taken a whole bunch of markers and drawing over herself. i know i have to have the tattoo it talk kind of a deal. and then believe it or not, it all started when i was watching 22 jump street, not to name drop a movie. and i have never met ice cream, but i know he has to have daughters because of the way this whole monologue played out with him and jonah hill at the dinner table. i was laughing so hard. got me so spun up that i was right on ice cube. it kind of rolled from there if you will. >> you mentioned name dropping movies. i will do that with yours as the lone survivor and the character who played you, actor mark wahlberg actually had some thoughts about his
daughter dating as well. listen to this. >> the girls have turned to one direction and it's like they don't care about dad anymore. my 4-year-old is going daddy, i like harry. i'm like i'm going to punch harry in the nose when i see him. >> daddy, all of this is in guest. how strict do you think you are really going to be? >> i'm sorry, i didn't hear you. >> i said of course you are doing this it kind of joking around. no way anybody can bottle up a hurricane or rope a tornado. how strict are you going to be about dating? >> it's one of those deals. i'm a realist. good lord. i remember being 16 and 17 years old and what that felt like and getting out there and trying to figure out how to -- let me tell it you about the mind i'm in right now. i have a 16-year-old stepson who actually was at homecoming. has his homecoming dance tonight and he came up to me hey, i have got a date she is inñsk00n good job, buddy. that usually goes the other way around.
in that same breath i'm going you better treat her right because if you don't, just getting that daughter, now that i have a daughter, i'm getting hit from both ends. it's tough. basically i -- othe most important thing to me is the fact that i hope she finds somebody who loves her unconditionally and treats her as well and loves her as much as i love her mother. i try to emulate that and it's as far as wahlberg goes, i'm really good buddies with him. so i will tell this story. we were driving to the set for preproduction to train those guys up and i was -- my wife is going to kill me for saying this. it was just she and i in the truck. we were driving up and she said you know i used to have a crush on mark wahlberg growing up and i kind of -- what? i guess, i mean, everybody had a crush on mark growing up but i remember getting out of the truck the first time i saw him you are mark wahlberg, huh? yeah, i didn't i don't get
it set the tone. >> what did he say when you said i don't get it? >> he had no idea what i was talking about. she and i were having this conversation in the truck. >> it is ironic. yeah. like i get it, but mark and i talk about it all the time about having kids and daughters. and i'm on the same page and obviously we have a lot of fun with it i mean one of the most -- i'm not intimidated by anybody, but one of the most frustrating things and intimidating things i ever had to do was ask for my wife's hand in marriagement it's not because i was afraid. i just didn't want to disappoint him. i never wanted to let him down on how i treated his daughter. and i just want to kind of paint that picture and i hope that i raise -- i'm raising ax to be a man and i'm raising my daughter -- well, i don't really know how to do that. >> let's be honest, i'm the same way. do you think putting this message out there, i'm curious when she is 15, she is going to be like, daddy, you know, you are going to
wonder, honey, have you had a date yet? daddy, no, remember that thing you wrote? 13 years ago, i haven't been able to get a date because of it. too difficult. >> well, i'm kind of hoping that the fear will be out there right now because the older i get, the slower i move and i mean if any of these guys read up and know anything about me, know how engine i amment all it takes is probably a pretty good kick in my knee and i will be out of commission. >> but you are thinking ahead, which we appreciate all fathers and daughters are are on your side. marcus lutttrell, thanks for being on this morning. >> thanks for having me. god bless. >> we had a lot of viewers' response. >> we sure did. >> keep them coming. >> coming up on "fox & friends," one side is rod stuart. got to show you. this other side is imposter in new york city tricking into giving free stuff. would you be tricked too? >> what are we doing in midtown manhattan this morning? fly fishing. why it's more than a sport for these veterans. we will tell you coming up.
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it's your shot ever the morning. congratulations. tieing the knot in home teltown philly yesterday. fox 29 at philadelphia. both now work for networks here in new york city and she is as cool a person as she looks. >> this next picture is making my heart melt. check it out. kelli sharing her special day with her dad during the father/daughter dance. >> i want to say something to pat too, one of migrate friends and director at good day philadelphia. >> really? >> we had a blast doing good day philadelphia in the morning. and we just had so much fun. and. >> good call. he made a good choice. >> he nate made a great call. >> philadelphia, they had
their first cheesecake. >> that's one of the more wholesome connections i think we have seen in television. >> exactly. other stories making headlines we want to tell you about at this hour. four months since bowe bergdahl was released from the taliban. now another marine desertion charge fast tracked. he disappeared from his post in iraq 8 years ago. he wound up in lebanon just recently returning to the united states. prosecutors say he was unhappy with with his deployment and didn't want to shoot back at iraqis. we'll follow that a dangerous stunt caught on video. a teenager surfs on top of a speeding training in boston and narrowly misses hitting bridge. future your hands down. >> y'all got scared, bro. >> they now know that the teenager who he is, having issues with prompter.
recorded this stunt. both are are facing criminal trespassing charges. and welfare fraud is on the rise much the latest case out of massachusetts where gary bonds, who won a million dollars on a scratch off ticket was found to be living in a government subsidized home. and are still using his welfare card. how much does this happen and how much is welfare fraud costing taxpayers. earlier sean o'connell weighed? >> $77 billion just on the food stamp program last year. this last caused states unable and unwilling. states are having a hard time keeping up with the fraud. >> o'connell has been fighting ebt fraud for several years demanding welfare refraud. >> rod stuart, an imposter.
phony duping star struck fans for free food and drinks. stewart's manager says it's a fake. rod does seem to think all the photos are pretty funny. those are your headlines. >> can't tell which one is the real one. >> get outside to rick reichmuth. he is is the real deal. standing by. hey, rick. >> nice crowd out here. fly fishing coming up in a second. nice reflection in the sunrise coming off of the building here in manhattan. nice days here as well. take a look at these pictures coming in out of northeast, pennsylvania. clayton's area. a beautiful fall colors already happening there seems a little bit early for. this but it's looking great. what we're going to be dealing with the next couple weeks. keep sending pictures. rick reichmuth on twitter. put them on facebook page. auto degrees as you are waking up in northeastern pennsylvania right now. 81 degrees today. spectacular one. out across the west though. where there are some troubles. we already have a severe thunderstorm watch box in effect until 11:00 a.m. local time across parts of
northwestern arizona and southeastern parts of nevada. so las vegas, over towards kingman, right along that i-40 area. take a look at that very heavy rain falling this morning there. that's going to cause some localized flooding today. some areas may two to three inches. we have seen a lot of rain there. flash flooding going on there. we will continue to watch that all morning long. holy smokes. >> well, for most, fly fishing is a relaxing past time. but for some it's also medicine. now, there are a lot of groups that help veterans. but this is my personal favorite. a group that uses fly fishing to help veterans after they return from war. >> such a great story. joining us now is retired u.s. army captain andy robert. a program leader for new york city project healing waters. andy, thanks so much for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> this is a great story. tell me how you personally got involved in this and what exactly you guys do. >> i served in iraq in 2003 to 2004. i actually struggled with some of the symptoms post-traumatic stress when i
came back it was very challenging for me especially because i didn't understand that i was going through anything at that time. >> yes. >> but i came back. i went through some challenges. but one of the things that helped me scom back fly fishing waters. they wrapped their arms around me and started to teach me how it to fly fish. >> i have talked to so system veterans helped by project healing waters. tell our viewers how fly fishing acts as rehabilitation or medicine for veterans. >> >> yes. i think that there is like a combination of things that happen, right? so, when a veteran comes back, they may be physically or emotionally wounded. >> yes. there is also sort of a transition that happens where it's just that change from this military culture to coming back in to the civilian world. you are not wearing a uniform anymore. you might feel isolated. so fly fishing gets you out into the environment.
it gets you out doing physical activity it. we think it kind of transcends fly fishing too because there is this spiritual healing that takes place. i think that anybody that has fly fished kind of understands. >> you don't have to be an ailing veteran to reap the benefits of fly fishing. it does make everything better. >> i think so. >> one of the great features for people all around. this gets people out into that -- >> -- there is is the shared experience that takes place with the veterans where they are sort of maybe feeling a little isolated out in the world. and now you are with a bunch of other veterans. a bunch of other people that may be going through some of the things that you have gone through and now you can communicate with them and feel like you are part of something again. >> fly cast. one of the most beautiful moments that it a human is capable of. watch this. >> all right. >> you are keeping that fly line in the air. no weight. you are using the weight of the line to move. >> you know i fish, but you are always dealing with the fishing line. this fishing line doesn't get tangled like regular line. >> no.
it's totally different. >> that is amazing. project healing waters. how can our viewers who are interested in supporting project healing waters. >> check out our web site project healing waters.org. so many ways to be involved. >> thank you so much. >> appreciate it thanks. >> heartland. rampage beheading a coworker. will the administration calling it what it is, an act of terror or will they continue to call it work place violence? terrorism expert collin clark weighs in next. >> hundreds of students protesting changes to history curriculum. political pawns for teacher union? the school board member whose policy sparked it all is here live ahead. but, first, a look what's coming up on america's news headquarters. >> with new fears of terror threats happening here in the u.s., we'll take a close look how isis recruits and where it gets its pony money to keep its terror campaign alive. you will hear from former cia head james wolfy.
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calling it work place violence is counter productive. how would it be productive to call it terrorism? >> well, i think if we called it terrorism, which is what it is, we would be more willing to commit the necessary resources. so one of the things that we are very good at is kind of the hard power or kinetic aspect of counter terrorism. what we are not as good at is the soft air approach which is countering tharyive. i think in large part that's due to the fact that we don't commit the necessary resources to countering the narrative in the way that we need to. >> then are you disheartened by the report out overnight about what the department of justice plans to do in the wake of eric holder's resignation, these new regulations and coming down, basically saying that we can't have racial profiling. we can't be looking at ethnicity. we want our federal law enforcement officials to sort of put that out. you know, if he is studying islam and he is worrying about radicalizing his colleagues, separate that
out from who he is as a person when we actually go about defending our citizens in this country. were you upset by that report? >> yes. slightly. because i think the social geography of intelligence collection is driven by the threat, right? until we can come to terms with that you know, we are not going to be able to deal with it in the way that we need to. >> what do you think the fbi needs to do next to stop the threat of homegrown terrorism in this country? we have seen a number of these lone wolfs pop up across the country now. are these isolated incidents? should they be handled as isolated incident or is there part of a l narrative we are seeing unfolding in this country? >> we need to take preventative measures. i think a significant part of, this one of the key or critical aspects to preventative measures are fbi or law enforcement sting operations. they have been largely successful in the past. now, of course there are are concerns about entrapment. but i think the more we focus on this and the more resources we dedicate to things like sting operations, we can really
get to these people before they go forth and commit these acts we can probe just how serious their intent is and stop them before it actually gets to this point. >> do you see a pattern among these guys? you are an expert in this. how does someone become radicalized? what sort of profile does this guy fit. >> there is no single demographic profile of radicalized terrorists which makes it so difficult. one of the things i think about quite frequently is are converts more susceptible to striking out and taking these extreme behaviors. perhaps sometimes they feel that they have more to prove. >> collin clark with some ominous words this morning. we appreciate you joining us this morning from pittsburgh. >> thanks. >> hundreds of students protesting changes to history curriculum. but are they really just political pawns for teachers' unions. the school board member whose policy sparked it all is live next. the clinton clan getting
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we need to learn what pe we did wrong. >> is the censorship of american history is wrong and i think pretty communist. >> should jefferson county be allowed to omit parts of american history? one of the board members who introduced the proposal. >> one of the members who backed these changes, julie, thanks for coming on this morning. so i want to cut through the noise and the propaganda, i know it's hard, but what exactly would these new changes do and why do you support them? >> what these new changes will do, it will emphasize the negative aspects of america and it will minimize the exceptionalism, the great parts of american history. >> hmm. >> okay. so part of the proposal, this is a pull-out from that material, should promote citizenship, patriotism, essentials and benefits of the free enterprise system, respect for authority and respect for individual rights. materials should not encourage
civil disorder, social stripe or disregard of the law. that sounds good, but the students seem to have an issue. they're outside, protesting, and it doesn't appear that they're just protesting patriotism. what is it that they have a problem with that would come under your changes? >> i'm not propoeing for any changes. all i am asking for is for a citizen group to review curriculums, to give the board a broader perspective, a broader understanding of what is appropriate for our children to be learning and what's not. we're not talking about censorship in anyny way. >> looking at my own kids' curriculum -- and i believe that you should teach history as it happened, the good and the bad, that's what history is, not what you want to know or hear about but what actually occurred. but there's a lock of balance where there's an emphasis on the 1960s and the civil rights movement but almost nothing about the civil war or the
founding of the country. is that a common lack of balance, do you think, have you seen that in schools in colorado? >> in the new framework, this is brand-new framework for the a.p. american history, yes, it's part of that curriculum. i would say as far as the other american history, you'd have to look at the common court standards and see if that is a consistent theme. >> okay. you say that you think the national education association is playing politics here and organizers on social mia rallying these kids, how do you think politics plays into this? >> we absolutely have proof that the nea pretty much from the day after we were elected has been working against us. they are upset that they don't have control of the teacher compensation plan that we just implemented and since july they've brought out 48 folks to do training of activists and
teachers to try and take down our board. so they were looking for anything possible. >> if only they spent as much time teaching kids, but they don't, because that doesn't have anything to do with them. julie williams, thanks for joining us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. coming up, our top story this morning, a man goes on a rampage in oklahoma. he beheaded a former co-worker, his facebook page riddled with islamic terrorism, yet authorities are calling it an act of workplace violence. and do you have to bribe your kids to get them to do what you want? there's a right and a wrong way to do it. our panel of parents weighs in. if you suffer from constipation, you will likely also suffer from gas. introducing new dulcogas, which starts working to eliminate
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good morning, everyone. today is saturday, the 27th of september, 2014. i'm anna koiman and a fox news alert. terror in the heartland. a recent convert to islam goes on a rampage beheading a former co-worker. will the administration call this what it is, an act of terror? and he made one huge mistake -- he called his parents. now state troopers are zeroing in on that cop killer hiding in the pennsylvania wilderness. how close are they to catching him snl. >> from street performer to the top of the charts, andy grammar is here. i wonder if he can say that quickly. hit singer-songwriter. send us your photos at home with friend this morning because mornings are better with friends. >> they were covered with spray paint. >> all the audience members were
colorful, like they'd been on a color run. >> when you go to an andy grammar concert, you get spray paint? >> we're about to find out. first we start off our hour with a "fox news alert," terror in the heartland, a woman behead by a co-worker in oklahoma. at this hour the suspect is recovering from a gunshot wound after an employee carrying a gun took matters into his own hands and stopped him with a gunshot. >> elizabeth, what's the latest? >> good morning, guys. fbi says investigators have been called in by local authorities to look into 30-year-old alton nolen's background after witnesses say he had been trying to convert several employees at the food processing plant to islam. nolen had gotten fired from his job before the rampage occurred so authorities say it's way too early to tell if self-radicalization or mental illness played a role in the attack. the police department is releasing the 911 calls.
>> in the background. >> is that him? he's back? >> yeah. it sound like he's running around out here. >> okay. >> and that's a gunshot. >> got a gunshot. >> the police sergeant says nolen severed a 54-year-old woman's head before stabbing another co-worker a number of times. he only stopped after being shot by another employee who potentially saved countless lives. mark vaughan is not only the c.o.o. but a reserve sheriff's deputy. >> he's obviously a hero in this situation. it's very tragic that someone did lose their life, but it could have gotten a lot worse. this guy definitely was not going to stop. he didn't stop until he was shot. >> the local tv station kwtv reports nolen was shouting islamic phrases. there's no independent confirmation of that frame at this time. back to you guys. >> thanks, elizabeth. >> we're able to look at his facebook page and see what he
was celebrating and proselytizing and trying to get other people to come along with on his view points of radicalization. this is his facebook page. of course he changed his name. and he had all sorts of horrible things on the page including comments like this -- i just want to say as a muslim -- let me read it in the way he wrote it and not clean up the english. i just want to say as animus limb we don't celebrate amerikas holidays. not only an extremist but also a moron. despite the fact he had pictures of the twin towers on fire, of a beheading, of osama bin laden, all this on facebook, despite the fact he had an islamic phrase tattooed on his abdomen and apparently shouted islamic slogans as he beheaded this woman, despite the fact he tried to convert his co-workers and supported stoning of warkers at the workplace, federal authorities are saying we're not
sure this has anything to do with religion. the president's in habit of telling people who claim to be muslims they are not muslims. he is not only a note economist and constitutional scholar but the president is a theologian as well. he's going to explain, not really a muslim. >> one of the federal officials called it provocative, saying it included a photo of osama bin laden, the facebook page includes a wide range of photos including one depicting a beheading. but the fbi has so far found no link to terrorism. also no indication nolen was copying the beheadings of journalists in syria, adding this they are treating this as workplace violence, coming to us from "the washington post." >> provocative. yeah, isis is provocative. >> workplace violence. let's ask the potential of hundreds of employees there whether they think this is workplace violence, just like a fistfight, something hr needs to be called in on. i don't think so. someone was just beheaded by an isis sympathizer it appears.
i mean, he's doing everything that they love. showed pictures of beheadings, shows osama bin laden, the statue of liberty on fire. >> not like janice left food in the microfwhaef the break room and we're sick and tired of it. >> stole my chicken salad. >> jonathan gillian says this is not workplace violence and whoever said it should be fired. >> complacency in the united states is our number-one enemy. doesn't matter if it's workplace violence, which this was clearly not in my mind, and i think the individual that posted that response by the fbi should be fired because that's absolutely ridiculous. we're at war with islamic caliphate fundamentalist movements. it's one great big oesn't matte operative here who grew up here, was radicalized in prison or a mosque. >> what we know. over the past six years i've learned two things from the obama administration, one,
nobody who commits an act of violence is actually a muslim and two, guns are bad, you should never have a gun, whether you're a law-abiding citizen, should not have a gun. >> true. and the idea that this c.o.o. of vaughan foods actually had a gun in his office, had he not had this gun he wouldn't have been able to stop this guy. he's being hailed a hero this morning. a former fbi assistant director had this to say about him having a gun during this massacre. >> thank god someone in that place had a gun, you know, a good american citizen had a gun. and i think we're going to find in the future that more and more people that are just whimsally against guns are hope that real good people have guns too and can protect them. imagine if he didn't have a gun how many more bodies we'd see in here. >> surely there would have been if you listen to the 911 tape. you can clearly hear the panic and the fear, hundreds of people watching this unfold.
he would have killed more people had he not walked in with a gun at that time. for sure. more on this around our show this morning. >> and don't listen to the 911 tape. it's so awful. >> yeah. save yourself that too. >> some other stories making headlines this saturday morning now. he slipped up. saying accused cop killing suspect eric frein made a phone call to his family. it was short but investigators were able to track the signal to an area near the border of monroe and pike county in the pocono mountains. >> eric, as i told you last week, you are a coward. we are not intimidated. we will not leave. we will find you and we will bring you to justice. >> police also looked through frein's computer hard drive and found internet searches on survival skills, technology, and how to avoid police manhunts. the man accused of abducting college student hannah graham jailed in virginia. jesse matthew extdieted from
galveston, texas, found camping on a beach. he'll be in court for a bond hearing thursday. investigators say matthew was the last person seen on surveillance video the night graham vanished two weeks ago. searchers now expanding to more heavily wooded areas in neighboring towns. the nfl once again denies receiving a copy of the disturbing ray rice elevator vid video. the league refuting a story by the associated press that a law enforcement official said he sent the video to the league's head of security back in april. this as there are new charges of domestic violence in the nba. charlotte hornets' jeff taylor arrested in michigan for allegedly hitting his girlfriend and a hotel employee. the hornets putting taylor on leave during the investigation. jool and chelsea clinton giving birth to a baby girl late friday night. clintons taking to twitter to announce the good news. mark and i are full of love, awe, and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our daughter, charlotte clinton
mezvinsky. clinton and her husband have been married for four years. congratulations. let's get outside to rick reichmuth where he notified us earlier this morning that despite all of the pumpkins and the pumpkin spiced lattes out there that fall has gone away and summer is back. >> and despite the calendar. >> are you on the surface of the sun right now? why is it so bright? >> you know what, if you ever come to manhattan there are certain time where is the sun comes right down through the buildings and we near that weird time now where you get these crazy shadows on your face or light on one half and not on the other. anyway, too much information. take a look at the weather map, show you what's going on. we've got some big temperatures, high temperatures as clayton was talking about. right now we're already into the 60s all across the plains, pretty spectacular one, and then take a look at what temperatures do today, 86 degrees in fargo. we're almost in october, first week of fall, and some of these temperatures will be breaking
records. tomorrow same story, we remain warm, cool down a little bit in fargo but still at 71. can't complain about that. all the cold air is out across the west. i'll show you that in a second. not only is it warm across much of the east, it's also very clear and very dry. we have some pretty big showers across parts of south texas. we'll see that around florida today, but that's the only problem in the east. out across the west, incredibly heavy rain, though, and some big thunderstorms going on along with it. we've been talking act is the drought that's out there. we'll look are where the rain is going. not exactly where the drought is unfortunately. but we do get some rain, we'll take it, and some snow, guys. snow. >> say it ain't snow. >> can't thank you for that, rick. i'm sorry. bearer of bad news. >> thanks, rick. coming up, he's not only accused of beheading a co-worker, he's a recent muslim convert who wrote violent rants against america. where is the president on this? and a teenage daredevil
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"fox news alert" continuing our coverage of the shocking rampage in oklahoma where alton nolen beheaded a co-worker and stabbed another. >> his facebook page is littered with islamic extremist sentiments. why won't the government call this what it is, an act of terror? >> joining us now is congressman eric shock. >> good morning, guys. >> is that a mistake? do we need to have a category label on this right now? >> i think it's -- i don't know all the facts, i don't think any of us do, as the investigation
continues, but it's obvious he convert to islam, obvious he was attempting to convert people in his workplace. i think it's emblematic of the administration, who continues to refuse to call this terrorism what it is, which is islamic extremist terrorists. the 9/11 commission was very clear. it said america would make a mistake if it does not call it what it is, which is islamic extremism jihadists that attacked our country and we must destroy them. we now have a president who came to power in an attempt to try to dismanhattan it will bush doctrine to only realize that the bush doctrine is the only way to defeat these people, to take the fight to them, to infiltrate them, and to destroy them where they exist before they come into our homeland. and so you can see it at all levels of government, the administration when they send their folks in, the first thing they want to do is to try and appease everyone and say, well, this isn't -- this isn't a terrorism.
well, it's not oklahoma city bombing. it's not ruby ridge. this is not just some man who flew off the handle. clearly we don't see beheadings as a normal type of workplace violence in this country. >> we don't. this guy was american, apparently converted in prison, but a lot of the homegrown action terror acts have been committed by imgrants to this country. is anybody saying, hold on, maybe we should limit immigration from countries with a lot of islamic extremism, like somalia? why wouldn't we be doing that right now? >> part of it is is immigration and naturalization services background that they do when you apply. and we call on the administration to heighten that and to improve that process. obviously there's things we could do legislatively that, given what's going on we should. but the big frustration i think for all of us in congress has been the administration's refusal just to stop those americans that we know have gone overseas to join the fight who have proclaimed their
association with isis. the fact that we haven't revoked their passports, there would be something as simple to say to those 300 people that the administration says we know they are known fighter, we know they are joan jihadists. why would we allow them to keep their u.s. passport is unreal. >> are you disheartened by the new guidelines from the department of justice. we've been reporting all morning long about them. cannot racially profile, can not look at your ethnicity, can't look at your background, your religious background any longer so, if the fbi is going to try to identify lone wovms we have to remove those monikers before we can investigate you. >> it's in sharp contrast to the oversight and surveillance authority they've asked from congress. the argument that they've made to be able to watch who you call, which phone numbers you call on your cell phone, is the argument that we want to be able to know about who you associate with, perhaps you could be a target. well, if who you associate with
suggests based on whether or not you could be a target as a potential terrorist, then why are not all these other factors they're now precluding equally as important as something as simple as which phone numbers you're dialling? so it's inconsistent, and, again, it's an administration who thinks about the mill ramifications before they think about the security ramifications. it's clear in the foreign policy, this kind of -- this very limited scope that we're involved with right now over there. it's clear that air strikes alone is not meant to destroy isis. and it's a from the president who doesn't want to fight terrorism in the same way the bush administration has and is making america less safe as a result. >> aaron shock of illinois, thanks for joining us. >> good to be with you. thanks, guys. >> crisp summations. we appreciate it. >> good to be with you. coming up on the program, dads, what's the best way to scare your daughters' dates? hear words of warning.
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22 minutes after the hour. time for your "news by the numbers." first, 15,000 troops. that's how many forces genmar tin dempsey says are needed to push back the islamic militants. right now the plan calls for 5,000 to be trained. 2024, that's the next year the u.s. could host the olympic games. the committee saying their bidding process is gaining steam. p finalists for the 2024 summer games, boston, los angeles, san francisco, and washington, d.c. and finally, $300,000, that's how much the government spent to study something most of us learned in preschool -- how to ride bikes. the project looks at humans interact with bicycle in an effort to get people to reduce their carbon footprint. for every hour you spend together without fighting you each earn a mom buck, which then you can trade in for one real dollar. >> a mom buck. a familiar scenario for many
parents. 55% admit to bribing th in a new survey out this week. does it really work? here to tackle the age-old question, heather mcdonald, a mom of three and a comedian with a new showtime special, "i don't mean to brag." nice to see you. >> thank you. >> duane richard, father of two and author of "daddy doing work: empowering mothers to evolve fatherhood." and liz sturm, ceo of divamoms.com. nice to see you all. heather, i understand you bribe. do you have any problem bribing your kids? >> it really helps. my daughter is 14 and gets very good grades and she wanted to -- we live in l.a., when are we going to disney world versus disneyland because they have harry potter and we don't? i said if you get a 4.0 -- she's pretty close already -- if you get a 4.0 we'll go, and i think she's going to get it. and i want to go anyway. with my other son, he was like more like a 3.3 student and found this electric car he
wanted and i said if you get perfect grades this semester -- and he's getting it. he was not living up to his potential. my other son, if he doesn't write in the bad-boy book that day, then he gets a frozen yogurt. every child's different. >> i think fathers sometimes we think maybe the ease your route is going to bribe. you know what, we'll have a little ipad time if you clean your room or do this one thing. >> yeah. i'm in the 45%. i don't bribe. >> you don't bribe. >> i do not bribe. look at it like this. how many times you see kids thinking the ordinary is extraordinary? hey, i cleaned up my room! i knocked out those dishes! where's my 20 bucks? ges what i knocked out? nour mortgage, switching you to private school. >> bingo. >> i believe in bribery but to a certain extent. i don't think you get $20 because you cleaned your room. i find for me a 10-year-old, 7-year-old, and bibby, not would you describe bribing yet, but the older ones, the 10-year-old,
we have a puppy, so for the week if he fills up the -- sorry the puppy's bowl with food and water for the week, he will get a dollar every sing dale. by the end of the week, by friday, he gets $5. he's saving up for a bat. he wants this amazing bat for baseball. at the end of the day, what he saves up, and we told him we'll match it, help him buy that bat. it's not like we're just giving him this money. it's an incentive. >> one of the things i remember someone said to me who had older children several years ago, they offered their money to do the chores and the kid was, like, i don't need the money so it's like -- sorry, that makes me nervous in that -- we make the kids do the chores and then the goal is towards something else. whatever works for you. >> i agree with thissed idea that we're all family so, yeah, do the dishes because you're part of the family. >> i think chris rock had a comedy routine once saying, you know what, i've never been to jail. you're not supposed to go to jail. you're supposed to clean up your
room. >> but kids don't understand that. and a lot of times kids have a hard time realizer og recognizing that i have to make the bed, do the dishes. sometimes a little insensitive can go a long way. one other thing quickly. yesterday i was in the park with my son watching him play ball and he started to teach other younger boys how to play basketball. so i pulled him aside after he was done playing and i said let's get ices, just the two of us. and he's like -- a little something. i want to say i'm proud of you, i watched you do something really sweet to help others and here's just a little something sweet for you. >> i'm in favor of that. >> i'm also in favor of fact you were out and they were playing the ball in the park away from technology. i cover technology for fox. i'm the tech guy at fox. however, we learned last week that steve jobs apparently didn't allow his kids to use any technology at home. >> brilliant man. >> when he was asked by a reporter i think walter isaacson whether or not he lets his kids use the ipad, they must love it, he said we don't let them use the ipad. >> in my school it's all ipads,
had it for two year, the first catholic school in the l.a. area to implement the ipad system. they just got a new ipad. so the ipad is part of their life. and that's part of the way they learn. and -- >> it's a great tool. >> but athai only have the educational games on it and we do still limit it. and i never let them bring it to a restaurant. i never brought my kids to nice restaurants. i didn't understand that they didn't go on vacation with us either. i don't put them in places where they're going to fail. now that they're older we can go to restaurants but the point is we're sitting and talking. i see these people and i understand but i think that's a bad habit to get in every time you're at kind of a nice restaurant your kid is there -- >> unacceptable. >> with the ipad. >> there was something on facebook the other day, what it used to be like in the 1970s when you were at a dinner table. right? everyone is talking to each other. now 2014, everybody's looking down. what are we doing? >> first off i'm not surprised about steve jobs not letting his kids use the ipad. if he's in with technology all
day, would you want to bring that home? if i work at a pizza place, i'm not eating pizza at home. i'm in favor of using the ipads because technology is what we're moving towards. >> yeah. >> be a parent. >> but these kids cannot be on it 24/7. they need to be outside doing activities. they need to be children. >> electronics outside. no-no. >> i just got a text. >> being rude. >> thank you, guys. >> thank you. >> great to see you this morning. what do you think about this? coming up on the show, the video is real and it's terrifying. teen daredevils surfing on the top of a moving commuter train, even ducking on an overpass. not for long. police are on his track. would you bribe him to get down? >> his parents took away his xbox and this is what happened. >> that's not parenting. and dogs are taking over the plaza this morning. they're learning how to strut
>> you are listening to andy grammar's latest single "back home." he'll be performing it live in just a little bit so stay tuned. >> send us your back-home pictures this morning, where you're watching the show from. you can e-mail us. frien email@example.com. where your home is, where you are now, as you're watch us. keep it clean. >> the kids or the puppies. >> the coffee, the pajamas. send them all in. >> we don't mind the bed head. the british are coming. british warplanes have taken off for their first combat mission over iraq to help take out the isis militants. denmark and belgiu also joining the fight, the european countries committing only to military operations in iraq while attacks in syria continue with the u.s. and arab allies. in total, 40 countries joining the coalition.
and caught on video, a teenager surfing on top of a speeding train in boston and narrowly misses hitting a bridge. >> put your hands down! [ bleep [ bleep ] >> police say they now know who the teenager is and they are working with his school to bring him and the friends who recorded the stunt into custody. both are facing criminal trespassing charges. and talk about a dad that you don't want to mess with. former navy s.e.a.l. and lone survivor author marcus luttrell setting requirements for future suitors for daughter abby. he said on facebook, "they will have to paint the house, mend the fence, cut the lawn, rope a tornado, battle up a hurricane, and put out a forest fire with a squirt gun. if they get that done, they can
have my cell phone number so they can face time while i hold the phone." he is joking. he talks about how it is in reality. >> the most important thing to me is the fact that i hope she finds somebody who loves her unconditionally and treats her as well and loves her as much as i love her mother. >> marcus also implies he won't let her date until she's 18 years old. those are your news headlines. >> good luck with that. let's check in with rick reichmuth on the plaza with a look at the forecast. hey, rick. >> hey, take a look at the weather maps. we've got a spectacular day across much of the eastern two-thirds of the country and a beautiful picture coming in from lake eden, vermont. take a look at this. i guess we've got some pretty nice fall colors coming in. that is a spectacular one, 52 degrees as you're waking up there, 76 will be your high today. can't have a better day than this for much of the northeast. if you're head ought to look at some of those leave, lit feel like summer, no clouds across
the area at all. down to the southeast, the only real problem we have is parts of south texas and florida, but aside from that a pretty nice day as well. out west is where we have all the problems. we'll continue to watch some flooding rains. >> we love dogs on this show, as you may have noticed. the best friends animal society is helping homeless dogs. >> with their strut your mutt event, last year they raised over $1.7 million for cats and dogs around the country. here to tell us more is the co-founder of best friends animal society. frances, thank you. you brought some. who is this? >> this is archie. >> hey, archie. hard to believe people give up these dogs. >> isn't that amazing? shelter dog from the pcc. >> a lot of pets are put down every year. >> about 9,000 a day amaze lig or about 4 million a year. >> in this country. shocking. >> like a hurricane katrina a week. >> that's disgusting. >> today is the day, there's
events going on around the country an you're raising money to help prevent that. tell me about that. >> strut your mutt is a dog walk essentially that allows local organizations to raise funds to support their rescue programs. and we have it in 12 cities around the country, staggered in different weeks. we raised $600,000 in los angeles a couple weeks back and we're shooting for $300,000 here today. >> you've got some great dogs. there's a border collie right there having more complicated thoughts than i am. there's no doubt about it. >> that's right. >> those are just very deep dogs. >> that's right. she's considering world events. >> that's right. >> so how hard is it to adopt a dog? >> well, it's not hard at all. i mean, you know, we want to make it as easy as possible. obviously there's a little screening, but we don't want to put a lot of hurdles in the way of a dog. there are a lot of animals in need. really the public is the solution to homeless pelts. >> i want to adopt this dog but i've got too many dogs already.
let's say i lost control and wanted to adopt the dog, how would i do that? >> well, you would go -- if you wanted either adopt or foster, you'd go to bestfriends/ny.org. >> bestfriends/ny.org. our viewers love dogs. i bet you some of them will do that this morning. >> and fostering is great too. if you can't take aing to in perm negligently, a temporary foster enables us to get more animals out of the shelter and screen them for new homes. >> we'll put this on our website as well. if you want more information on these dogs and what you guys do. good luck with your event. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thanks, guys. coming up, it happened again. more celebrity nude photos leaked on the internet. when will it end? and from street performer to top of the charts. hit singer-songwriter andy grammar is here. but first let's check in with
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we all remember those three minnesota men month who died in somalia fighting for isis in 2009. and just this past august. americans radicalizing is rearing its head again as an oklahoma man behead his co-worker after reportedly frying to convert others to islam, cho to which he recently converted. what is causing this radical conversion in america and should the muslim community be doing something to stop it?
should they? joining us, a physician and author of "in the land of invisible women." thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you so much. >> so why is this happening? i think it's multifactorial, and certainly we're very concerned with the atrocity this sum we are the activities of isis, but we also have a problem with radicalization through social media consumption and also in america's prisons they have been studying radicalization for prison islam. who know what is motivated this individual, but the key thing to say is believing in islam is by no means something done under compulsion or under threat of violence. this is absolutely not a valid and must be completely put to rest that that cannot be true practice of islam. >> but isis has sent out video, three so far, of their opera tifs beheading people. what kind of person would look at that video and say, you know what, i want to be part of that? >> a great question and very, very alarming. we know from our british
counterparts that many of these people consuming information are middle-class british often women and people who are privileged with access to this information because they have a computer, they have wi-fi. but they have an appetite for what seems alien, what seems foreign, and they may be naive that going into a blank canvas they may not be aware of this society they're in. it also i think, because i have seen decapitations myself in films with counterterrorism experts, there is a lurid fascination, and i think once somebody can see that without any context it's easy to pursue it just like people pursue pornography or other ways of titillation. it's deeply troubling. >> it is a species of pornography as far as i'm concerned, a back level of violence. what should mosques do? how should they respond? >> i think we have all the roles to play, first reassure people that these beliefs are
absolutely alien to the practice of mainstream islam, which is heterogeneous, 1.65 billion followers over 70 different sects, most of him will denounce this. the only people that have embraced this are radical islamists and they have to be exposed. we are in the best position to expoetz that. great example is the parents of a female who reported her to the british police when she was missing concerned that she had become radicalized by watching internet material in her bedroom and she had every privilege afforded. her parents were the someoones y this was criminal and were concerned and warned other muslim parents. >> you said twice it's clearly true that people from middle class, upper middle class, educated backgrounds are paradoxically more likely will be toy act to this kind of extremism. the 9/11 hijackers weren't from impoverished backgrounds. why is that? >> in this era information is so wide hi available, the children
that i met in pakistan who were being deradicalized by the pakistani military and muslims did not have access to this technology so, one is we have a very free movement of information, and two is they think there is a cultivated sense of alienation. at least let's talk about europe and britain, where i'm from or in the united states where people have an artificial sense of isolation and being somehow dig disenfranchised from the united states in particular. in terms of the prison islam situation, people are often looking for separatists, anti-american ideology. these things are appealing. i don't think there's any one reason, but i would say no individual -- you cannot make a generalization. there are so many factors that are involved. >> right. >> muslims have a role by collaborating with authorities, by reassuring their neighbor, by being good community citizens so that there is confidence restored that the vast majority of muslims reject this totally
and will participate in safeguarding our whole community. >> doctor, thanks for coming on this morning. >> thank you. coming up, it happened again, more celebrity picture, naked one, leaked to the internet. how did it happen? when will it end? and what it means to go back home. a live performance in our studio coming up next. you're here to buy a car. what would help is simply being able to recognize a fair price. truecar has pricing data on every make and model, so all you have to do is search for the car you want, there it is. now you're an expert in less than a minute. this is truecar.
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i want to say, i love you. big fan. you are my favorite. thanks for having me on. you're amazing. >> have a great day. go to foxandfriends.com. a beheading in america, shocking americans. the fbi is investigating the suspect's recent conversion to islam. meanwhile, our attacks isis over there continuing. throughout all of this, the costs are escalating. the tab on air strikes alone, climbing up to $10 million a day. some here say that's why we need to declare a war on our crushing debt. so we have enough money to win this fight. are they right? hi, everyone, i'm brenda. this is bulls and bears. here they are. the bulls and bears this week. gary, tracy, jonas,