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>> good morning. it is friday march the 13th. we start out with a fox news alert. a massive manhunt right now for the person who shot two police officers in ferguson missouri. what we have learned about who is being questioned as the protests continue in the streets tonight. >> obama's response on late night tv. >> you can't generalize about protestors it turns out had some very legitimate grievances. >> what else he had to say in his first comments about the shooting. >> new clues 8 years after a teenaged girl vanished without a
trace. the new pictures the fbi wants you to see first. "fox & friends first" starts right now. >> good morning to you. right to the fox news alert. a massive manhunt underway for a person who shot two officers in ferguson, missouri. police and swat teams scouring the area for evidence. >> this is fresh protest filling the streets overnight. police and missouri highway patrol are in charge of security in ferguson. we are live in the midwest bureau. he has the latest. garrett good morning. >> good morning heather. police say they have several leads that they are following in this case but no arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified. yesterday detectives spent hours
canvassing the police department. they zeroed in on one specific home. two men we are told from neighbors before brought out in handcuffs and one woman. they were brought out for question questioning on why it is they were focusing on this specific home. they gathered the scene of the shooting for the candlelight vigil. a small peaceful group of protestors carried on shortly before midnight as well. as for the police officers shot incredibly 12-hours after being shot in the face and shoulder both of the officers have been released from the hospital. the 32-year-old who was shot in the face you can see the helmet here the bullet is lodged in his head behind his ear. doctors say it is not really bothering anything he said. crime stoppers is now offering a
10,000 dollar reward for any information lead to go the arrest. two u.s. congressmen in missouri are offering 3,000 dollars as well. heather? >> we heard about a lot of protestors being from out sited of ferguson outside of the state. police are not saying who it is they are looking at right now who any of the suspects they are following. it is from the area in ferguson. the first night most of those individuals that were arrested from the st. louis county proper. with regard to hate crime charges that is not something police on a local level has been mentioned at all. they have apps and hate crime
charges to be brought and locally for prosecutors and police it is not something discussed at this time. heather. >> the froess continuing through the night. the protestors outside of the police station last night seeming to blame the entire situation at least some of them did on our own officers. our own steve harrigan talked to the protestors. >> what's your reaction to the fact that the police officers were shot there? >> you have to expect it to come back towards you none of that happened. those two officers are alive. mike brown is dead. you can't expect them to punch you in the case and not punch them back. if wilson was sent to prison none of this would be happening right now. >> i think it was a setup by members of the police fraternity. they operate like the kkk. they did it to make themselves out as victims. the victims are black people.
>> we are out here for not only our black lives. our black lives matter mike brown's life matters. if we can't have a community at the end of the day that includes our police what are we out here for? we shouldn't be shooting in i one. >> president obama sparking criticism over his response to the shooting of the police officers in ferguson. >> first the police officer turned out on twitter and later last night on jimmy kimmel live. we are live in washington with the latest. mike we image there will be a lot of talk about the appearance last night and also the twitter postings. >> heather good morning. president obama said his thoughts and prayers are with the officers and families and stuck um for both protestors and
police. >> the justice department shows they were being stopped. >> before that interview the president sent this out kwie lens against police is unacceptable unacceptable. our prayers are with the officers in missouri. he signed it bo. attorney general eric holder called it a pure ambush. >> this was not someone trying to bring healing to ferguson. this was a punk. punk who was trying to show discord in an area trying to get its act together and trying to bring together a community that haefrn fractured for a too long. >> one said holder has been part of the problem. >> the people in missouri are looking for law and order and
looking for a governor who will lead i say and they have had it with this tending toward violence protest in the street. they have had it with the holder justice department. oo will oo the head of the largest police organization calls the ferguson attack a hate crime. >> police officers are targeted all over the country. enough is enough. we have called on the administration and congress to declare these style of attacks as hate crimes. these guys were shot because they were police officers. >> they called the attack on the officers repugnant. the critics say holder has been jabbing at police when a punk went too far. >> a lot of concern about the tone of this and the tone of the president and eric holder. what are you hearing from elected officials?
>> you see professional advocate tore tate tors -- agitate tors. the there's concern about pouring gasoline on the situation. bottom line there's concern about being careful with language because you see an explosive situation and you don't want to make it rs would. >> words certainly matter. mike emanuel. have a great day. the white house is only respectful of police when it is politically convenient one said. >> some people thought i was engaging in hyperbole. the assault on the american officer continues. it is unfathomable we have gotten to this point in the united states. it was my biggest fear when president obama and eric holder
said these things. on one hand they say these things and then they say things like when the president says our police are poorly trained and they have a fear of people who do not look like him. when they make those sorts of statements they are fanning the flames of racial discourse. >> the only way to stop the deadly violence is to stop fighting police and trying to disarm them. >> the risk of icesis spreading again this morning. islamic state terrorists express the terror group boko haram in a message called kill or be killed. they urge fighters around the world to join boko haram. the reach has expanded from iraq and syria to africa. they have killed an estimated 10000 people last year alone. those hundreds of young school
girls are still missing. >> a big concern there. two pakistani born brothers living in south florida confessing to plotting terror attacks at new york city landmarks landmarks. they are pleading guilty to charges and assaulting two marshals while in custody. both arrested in 2012. one admitted to biking around manhattan scoping out targets at times square and wall street. they plan to use bombs made from chemicals and christmas tree lights. >> hillary clinton's personal e-mail server may not be as secure as she claims it is. hack kerrs and it bloggers said they have serious problems with security. >> chief correspondent has the latest. >> former secretary of state
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the private server. i am aware of the classification requirements. >> that left the door open to receiving classified e-mail. >> it is almost a certainty that her aids are sending her messages and referring to classified materials. she is the architect of american foreign policy. that's classified. that's not unclassified. it defies logic. >> the time now 12 minutes after the top of the hour. brave escape. the never before seen video at the boston marathon bombing trial. the daring dash. >> forget about the executive principal's office how about cleaning the bathrooms heather? we will tell you about the school whose punishment is raising some eyebrows. >> it has been hours and it won't stop crying.
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car and stealing $800 from his bank account. the jury saw this grand new video of him bolting out of his suv and running into a gas station across the street and that's where police are able to call for help. they used the gps tracking device to hunt down those brothers. it left tamerlan tsarnaev dead dzhokhar was arrested the very next day. >> new allegations against the two secret service agents accused of driving drunk. turns out they also drove right through a crime scene near the white house where there was a suspicious package. moments later they crashed into a security barrier. sources telling fox news the two senior agents nearly ran over the package being investigated which ended up being a book wrapped in a t-shirt. one is mark connelly second in command for president obama's security detail. both agents have been reassign
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>> 23 minutes after the hour. a fox news alert to bring you right now in the case of a missing girl in cleveland. ashley summers vanished 8 years ago when she was 14 years old and now a possible break in the case. >> patricia stark is here with the brand new clues and images the fbi wants you to see. >> patricia tell us about this.
>> ashley's family has been desperate for answers. ashley was 14 when she fan nished back in 2007 after getting in a fight with her mom. she was supposed to be staying with her great uncle but disappeared. they have been holding out hope all this time. now they have a p brand new lead to find her. pictures of a woman wanted for identity theft in rhode island closely resemble ashley. that woman was captured on atm surveillance surveillance. now the fbi wants to talk to her and find out if there is a connection. >> during one of the times they are using the atm cards there was a great photo taken. there's a striking resemblance to the atm photo. >> it is the closest picture we have seen that resembles her. is it her? i don't know. it's the closest picture we have seen. it is worth looking into. >> the fbi is launching a campaign to find the woman in that picture. putting up billboards up and
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it remains the number one priority for the police department. yesterday detectives spent hours canvassing the neighborhood surrounding the ferguson police department. at one point they brought two men and one women out in handcuffs. it was just for questioning and no arrests were made. several dozen people in the company were gathered for the shooting with a candlelight vigil. more city officials it was a much less heated environment than wednesday night when the shootings occurred. less than 12-hours after being shot in the face and shoulder both officers han very leased from the hospital. the 32-year-old shot in the face he still had the bullet lodged behind his ear and in his head.
doctors said it is not bothering anything for now they are going to leave it. crime stoppers a offering a 10,000 dollar reward for information leading to an arrest two senators are offering information to an arrest as well. i want to ask you about this. this is something we have been following closely. protestors any evidence of regret on their part? >> last night is any indication the largest protest that we have seen in the last several weeks. there was little over 200 people that were there and very loud and very passionate. if you talk to them they are not going anywhere until the changes they want are made. exactly what the changes are isn't clear. they are calling for the resignati officials. there's a lot of groups that are
protesting each with their own specific agenda the things they are hoping to accomplish. were the end is it is not quite clear. >> meantime president obama is sparking criticism over his response of the shooting of two police officers in ferguson first on twitter and then on jimmy kimmel live last night. mike emanuel is live for us in dc with the latest. >> president obama warned against generalizing about police and protestors in a late night comedy show interview. >> i think what is happening in ferguson was oppressive and objectionable and was worthy of protests. there was no excuse for criminal acts. whoever fired those shots they
are criminals and need to be raised. >> before the interview they sent out this tweet quote violence against police is unacceptable. prayers are with the officers in missouri. it is one all of us must travel together and signed it bo. a tweet was a pathetic response. earlier in the day they called the shooter who held two police officers a punk responsible for a cowardly attack. >> i want to condemn these repugnant attacks. for all of us in the law enforcement family and all americans across the country are praying for safe recovery of the two officers. >> the fbi are solving this crime. >> attorney general holder has been anti police. >> they have had it with the
holder justice department that wants to come in and put the full weight of their power on the side of the mob and against the forces of peaceable law and order in our community. we have had enough of this. >> lawmakers say the shootings of the police officers undermine and darntarnish the image of the protestors and note that all lives matter. heather? >> i would say they are not just punks they are also criminals who attempted to shoot two police officers. should we expect hearings on capitol hill following this latest incident in ferguson? >> heather, i have covered the united states congress for four years now and one of the key roles is over site. one would expect after they make an arrest and find out who is responsible that lawmakers will call hearings to basically get at root causes here and try to figure out what went wrong in ferguson and try to make sure it never happens again.
>> the shooting of two police officers is the latest violence between protestors and police. some critics say based on a false narrative believe they were advanceed by the white house. >> let's not forget or lose sight of the historical facts here. the police were not saying hands up don't write me a ticket. they were saying hands up don't shoot. that narrative has been rejected by the evidence that came before the grand jury and the evidence that came before the justice department. you know eric holder wanted to find wrong doing on the part of darren wilson with every fiber in his body. he was unable to do so. let's not pretend either that this is an isolated incident. for months there have been orchestrated attempts to kill and injure police officers. if they did officers so-called militarized equipment that saved police lives.
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welcome back. right now the grip of isis spreading as islamic state militants accept a pledge of allegiance from boko haram. live in washington with the latest. >> reporter: and of course one of the big concerns has been the growth of isis or at the very least the spread of isis kind of thoughts. that's what we may be seeing here. isis has released an audio tape accepting a pledge of allegiance from boko haram.
this is a real concern for u.s. officials as they try to tap down the spread and influence of the islamic state. >> this p enormous challenge to us to find the people who are responding to that siren song, to track those who are traveling and find those who might be motivated to radicalize and stay in place but engage in behavior. >> while isis may be relatively successful in spreading their message they are also suffering some setbacks. we saw in recent days from saddam hussein's home hometown that they did suffer some losses there as iraqi military forces backed by iranian backed militias were able to win back some ground from isis fighters there. >> thank you, doug. he ambushed two police
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