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never seen anything like this. >> a would- be burglary gets stuck in chimney and the homeowner lights a fire. >> and what did you say to your family. >> an american jailed in cuba for years speaking out. what could the release for allen gross mean for other americans oversea. it is all "happening now". >> and we begin our second hour in paris. a city reeling still from terrorist attacks that left 130 dead and now hosting climate talks. there is public demonstrations in the wake of those attacks.
clashing with the police in an attempt to make their wishes known. this is new video outside of the concert hall batacian that is now opened. the latest on the manhunt for two suspects. greg is in paris and the security couldn't be tighter, greg? >> reporter: jenna, it is night time and the city went through the day without incident. for a good reason. it is on lock down most of the world's leaders here two weeks since the major terrorist attack. the city is guarded and secure, but the bigwigs have to come out of their hotels and embassy. 11 this happened police and soldiers spread out. and parissians are told to lay
low for the day. protestors clashing with the police yesterday. the over 300 people were arrested and what is galling people they took candles from a memorial to those who were killed and threw them at police. it was widely branded as desecration. and early hours of the morning. president obama paying respects in front of the theater where 90 people were killed and in the opening of the conference one minute of silence. the topic is climate change and the subtopic and an urgent one to boot is terror.
terror conversation point jenna, president obama and putin talking about syria and isis on the side-bar. 25 minutes a dinner between president hollande and obama. terrorism is certainly to be a topic. >> we'll stay in europe where there is new questions about the remaining suspects in the terrorist attack. neither has been scene in two weeks. benjamin is live in brussels with the latest. >> reporter: simply staggering they haven't been found already. they don't know which country they are in. we anyhow their names addresses and phone numbers. but they simply disappeared. here in belgium life is getting
back to normal all be it with military on the streets. it appears that one attacker who got away may have bought items that raises more serious questions of why there are not more watch list. they were known to authorities and still they bought detonators across the shelves. the prime minister of belgium called on europe to create what he called a european cia to combat radicalization. >> talk about the radical pockets that exist. we need to dismantle mosques that preach hatred. orter: th mohammed abrimdi was seen
driving the car. some of the items are from serbia. they are easily transported. how they can travel from east to west. border control in europe. where are the suspects? >> big question indeed, john? >> after days of protest, a crucial court hearing with a police officer that was charged in the murder of 15 year old mcdonald. it shows van dyke shooting mcdonald 16 times. steve nutley is the author of two books on community policing. in terms of that aspect of law enforcement, this set back
community policing a decade? >> it has across the country a decade. no justification for what the officer did. i have spoken to law enforcement neven though the kid had a combiechlt >> he had a knife and he was not threatening at all. he was walking away from the police. the other officers didn't shoot. you don't pump 15 other shots on a person on the ground. >> why does that happen? is that rage from the officer? >> it is it's good question and only answered if you find multiple complaints over the officer. what the police department is going to have to do is look at
his track record. >> most police never fire their weapon in a course of a career. >> they are well trained to defuse situations like this. if the kid was attacking the cop and felt threatened, they would use necessary force. you are trained to use necessary force but not kill. >> is more training the answer? >> training is always part of the answer. but if you have a officer and i believe in this case, there were issues regarding the officer going back over his career. the answer is regarding officers, psychological testing periodically if there is a troubling pattern. >> look at a story very much in the news over the weekend. the planned parenthood shootings in colorado springs. the suspect robert dear makes
first court appearance via video link and police are playing this one very close. we heard statements that the guy dear may have made but police are not releasing information about the murder weapon and sealing the warrants and not providing information on the weapon or a time line of events or the motive of the suspect. why such a tight lid on the security. >> they probably have information regarding the background on the individual that they are regular willing to give us. the investigation is ongoing. everyone has to stop finger pointing and start uniting it and not dividing it. no political people are bad but he is the bad guy. >> he was a loner and some what troubled, and yet there are people on both sides.
equation that are using as a political issue, i guess to make a point. >> they are. a police officer was killed and two other civilians were killed. this is not a political problem but an american problem. we'll find in the course of this investigation there was red flags. somebody sees or hears something and they don't say anything. it is high time we speak out. >> that is a point and bearing reminding when something like this comes up. they will step forward and i knew he was kind of odd and he threatened to do this in the past. these things can be prevented. >> they can be. it goes back to community policing. >> you have them walking the neighborhoods and interaccounting with people. they would know this guy and
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travellers. and dhs will ask congress for increase of fines for air carriers. >> they serve on the homeland security and intelligence committee and we were lucky enough to have them on the program while this is breaking. nbecause p of your knowledge of current state of affairs, what did you know about this proposal from the white house. >> i will go through all of the details in the next 24 hours and give information about it. it is reasonable to do when we have movement in europe. they freely move for accident and vacation time. if they are flowing from iraq and syria and tu nissia and libya and then getting in europe and we need to know that and obviously identify them and not
allow them to free flow in the country. n? paris, there was a lot of things in the refugee programs. and if you are a french national, you can come in fairly easily. and does it seem from what you are hearing, and coming toward us, this will impact to make be america more safe? >> many of these individuals from paris travelled to syria and come back to france and were trying to get to other places. yes, it would catch that situation. but youxd will not get all of them. and you need to know how to catch them. we've encouraged the administration especially for the refugees to not accept them because we don't have negative information. and see far the administration has not agreed to that. >> there was a 60 day review for
congress. and perhaps an agreement between the white house and congress. >> and i want ask you about the book. our nation's security and you are releasing a book entitled federal fumble ands outof control government spending. 545000 on truth testing consultants and 1.2 million for robotic dresser and 1.67 on manage government properties. it is funny and then not funny. it is our taxpayer money. it is examples that are insane and why does it continue? >> it is painful and incompetence.
the affect that lights have on rural bug in rural areas. i think anyone in a rural will area will tell you what would happen. it is money just thrown away. we know we work hard for the tax dollars. and some of them are more frustrated. when the irs doesn't resolve the issue of tax fraud. can that is very difficult for the individual to file their own tax rourn're return and billions lost. it is important we get this right. and it is needing to be done. >> we have the book that was published. take a red pen and draw a line and eliminate. why can't we just get rid of them. >> we identified. that i don't want to lead
a belief they are unachievable. whether it is administration or new legislation. and identify some areas where there is a progress. the department of justice reducing the spending two-thirds. and there is tremendous amount of waste in the system. and identified regulations where the government is beyond the bounds. >> i like to talk to you, senator, you served as the lead of the largest youth camp. i think there are interesting p parallels. >> a lot of juveniles in both. >> and see the timing is important. we have a show down happening as far as keeping the government open and funded. how do you see the next several
weeks playingçó out and filing t in your report to make sure the american people get a better deal? >> key thing is oversight from congress and identify where is wasteful spending and get rid of it. you are taking last year's waste and jumping it in the next year. you are findingia areas. and government will not be efficient as a business and make it more transparent and outside groups and every american and media can see how the money is spent. and make sure that government works best when it's local. get things out of the federal government and get it back to the states. and see get it back to the states and get it more transparent. >> we'll continue to look through the book. it is it on line for the viewers
as well. >> lafrngford.senate.goff. >> thank you very much. >> and first of six police officer charged in the death of freddie gray goes on trial in baltimore. the beginning of healing or next chapter of ongoing unrest. >> allen rose breaks his silence on the five years in cuba. saying he expected to be freed for the first few weeks. what our next guest says about his release. brain food, hmmm. ensure has b vitamins that help support brain health - now that's smart nutrition. ensure's complete balanced nutrition has 26 vitamins and minerals and 9 grams of protein. ensure. take life in.
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charged with involuntarily manslaughter. and 25-year-old gray suffered a spinal injury. his death sparked riots across baltimore that we all remember. a lot of interesting pieces to this. the first big one is about the venue and whether or not the officer can get a fair trial. what do you think about that? >> remember, the test is not whether they have heard or formed an opinion. it is whether they can set it all aside and base a fair can impartial decision on what they hear inside of the courtroom. >> o.j. simpson said i was acquitted and we kept the venue in los angeles. the reverse with the rodney king defendants. they were acquitted. and they were convicted kwh the
venue was returned to los angeles. it cuts both ways. >> it is set up for an appeal. >> it is always in an appeal. >> this officer, when we learned that the officers were to be charged separately and not as a group how was he getting chosen to go first? >> it is a mystery and to me as a mistake. he had nothing to do with the arrest or putting freddie gray in the hand. there is considerable evidence that hey helped freddie gray. of all of the people to go first, it doesn't make a lot of sense. marry lanmosley whoxd is the prosecutor mishandled. claiming murder before she knew the facts. and for this porter gets charged
with a bunch of crimes. a lot of them. and what hurts mosley's case. the fatal spinal injury happen when gray stop up despite the leg restraints. that undermines mosby's case. >> i want to ask you about the officer. how in the trial impact what happens to the other officers? , does this set the precedent. if he is found not getting. would the others be found not guilty. >> it depends on what he said. who else is going to defend the officer than the officer himself?
but he may impliicate. >> would you want to be the first to tell your story. >> if i am william porter i would want to go first. i would say i didn't nothing wrong. my guess he is not going to point the finger of blame. my guess he will go with the medical examiner. but for the actions of freddie gray, he would will be alive today. >> what about the time line of all of this? and as far as finding justice and what does a resolution look like for this case and others charged? >> it is hard to say. it is such a powder key in this city. and anything can happen. a lot will depend on what will happen to william porter and the first trial. there will be six different
trials and they are some what different and it is really hard to say. >> it starts today. jon. >> american contractor allen gross speaking out after five long years in cuba prisan. our guest said it is a terrible precedent. and unlooking a mystery. and why there may be a hidden burial chamber of egyptian queen neph atiti. this is claira.
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nev >> american allen gross speaking out for the first time about his imprisonment in cub a. he set up internet connections when he was arrested for allegedly spying in 2009. we followed his plight. this is what his wife told me about the prison conditions. >> i know his cell is tiny and he shares with two other. the lights are on 24 hours a day and a lot of times no water. things crawl nothing his food and it was difficult for him. >> it was a full year before his release. and gross said he first thought he would be freed in a matter of
a week or see. >> did you think in the early days, boy, the u.s. government will get me out of here in a week or see? >> i did after the two weeks. and then i said to myself. where are they? i figured. i didn't have any idea i would be there five years. i knew i was in trouble. >> and he has a great sense of humor. you saw that with the sprue with scott pelly. he was released and then shortly after that diplomatic relations were established between our two countries. and see rick, we are learning about the circumstances of allen gross's imprisonment and what took him out. what is notable to you about the process?
>> these are the types of things that happen and we don't want to appear and sound too callous. when you work overseas this is what happens. we want to be empathetic to families who haveñi family membs kept against their will. with the alep grossuation and bergdahl, we have seen the obama administration formalize the discussion about host amg. there is a presidential envoy for hostage affairs. this is an appointment at the state department and they have a full bureau of host amg affairs where they work on hostage affairs. this is dangerous. congress should step in and
crush this. >> why rick? >> there doesn't need to be i[pit says to syria and to cubad iran and hesbollah and isis. grab an american and negotiate with the state department. and tell them what you want and what promise to be changed. it is it a dangerous slippery slope that the administration doesn't seem to find a problem. >> allen gross and bergdahl are different situations. but to get the americans back home, a prisoner swap was used. we are hearing that from the iranians. if you want jason, we want x number of iranians back.
what will it take to get americans who are in prison back home? >> it means that the u.s. government is open for business when it comes to hostage swaps and deal making and having the special envoy for hostage affairs with a formal office in the state department is a dangerous idea. you are right. jason's case and allen's casexd and bergdahl case are all different. i worked on several. grace and mat whang they got in trouble with the qa ta ri government. they should hire ñinonu.s. government officials. there are expert organizations that know how to deal with this.
>> i am curious about the other option. we have talked to their wives on the show. she just wanted her loved one home. if that was my husband, i would give anything. and so if that is what it takes or a ransome. that's what you would like to do. if you are not the u.s. government you can't release the prisoners. what are the options? >> families having the flexibility may pay cansome. i think it is a bad idea. you can't prejudge what a family will do. they are not thinking of about what means for others. we get that. let's give them the flexibility to do what they do. hire the
proper experts free and clear of the policy that the u.s. government would make about a hostage ransom or prisoner swap. let individuals do what they want to do. by the way, they may pressure the government to make statements and to do certain things. it shouldn't be that the government is in charge. >> it doesn't feel like the family has a leverage. what do politics have to play in all of this? we have seen it involved in with the taliban. and releasing bergdahl and we wanted diplomatic relations and the u.s. government or this administration opened diplomatic relations from cuba. that's what they want in iran. we have seen the nuclear deal and department of reaches.
and see what do politics play in all of this? what does it mean for the families with loved ones overseas in prison? >> it is it less political and more policy changes. but the other governments want a change in the u.s. policy. and the u.s. will be pressured to do it. the media has a big role to plai here. certain individuals on the today show or fox the public gets out raged and politicians are moved by media or public outrage. the u.s. needs to resist the idea of formalizing and taking control. let the families and help the families. work with the fbi to do secret help. >> you think it is too late?
is it already too late at this point under this administration. >> such a good question and it is the first day in office for the new president. they should announce the hostage envoy, we are getting rid of the whole bureau in the state department and no longer formalize or negotiate to do prisoner swaps and stick to it. >> appreciate your expertise on this. >> thanks, jenna. >> it could solve a big mystery of the ancient world. researcherses in egypt on the verge of finding the tomb of nefertiti. they have scanned the walls of the tomb of king tut. but they came across a secret wall.
>> it is in this instance. behind the painted chamber west and north walls. it looks as if one of these may lead to a burial. in the painted decorations, and remains undisturbed. >> another clue to believe that nefertiti's tom might be be in the wall. that gold mask might have been originally made for a woman. fire in a homeowner's fireplace might have prevented a burglar. and amazon and the website. how to make faster deliveries
>> fox news alert in the university of illinois in chicago. connected to threats gaents university of chicago. today the university cancelled all classes after on on line threats of a shooting with a specific time and ñrplace. apparently itxd mentioned a popular gathering place for students on monday morning and apparently a shooting was going to take place. the campus was shut down and now we have an arrest. >> this is of course, the monday after thanksgiving and mean its is it cyber monday. and they are avoiding the crazy black friday crowds.
and today will be the biggest shopping day ever. experts predicting 3 million worth of web sales. i must be missing a couple of hundreds in there. >> reporter: jon, we are inside of amazon and it is it loud in here. it is busy. we are on track for 3 billion in sales. and see far, 490 million have been spent by americans and a lot of that spent here in ama bezon. they have passed the record 500 orders more second and what you are seeing is the packages that are sorted by robots and humans. and some of it is same day
delivery. we do see a slow down in the brick and mortar stores. >> it looks like it. i guess there is a new hybrid drone that amazon unveiled but has hurdles to get cross? >> that's right. a new prototype was unveiled and could pick up the package and drop it in your backyard. the issue is faa and federal government not allowing use just yet. we have seen progress for individual drone user. but it is it still several years away. they are pushing ahead to bring in the drones in your neighborhood. >> as a pilot not crazy about it
but consumer it is okay. >> and 3 billion on the web just today. >> that's right. 3 billion. >> all right. get earplugses in and we'll talk to you, soon. thank you. >> chimney is not usually the entrance to a house except for santa. once a burglary to took that way it did not end well. and why people who are fighting for right to drive. i tried depend last weekend. it really made the difference between a morning around the house and getting a little exercise. only depend underwear has new confidence core technology for fast absorption
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also unveil a plan. we'll bring you all the details. plus, major newspaper endorsement for one of the gop candidates. will it help his campaign? and what's the correlation between endorsements and who actually becomes the nominee? don't miss my take on that. in addition to saving money with cyber monday deals today, want to know how to actually make money? we're going to tell you about that on "the real story" at 2:00. a burglary suspect is killed while trying to break into a home through the chimney. police say he got stuck and died when the homeowner unknowingly lit a fire in the fireplace. the owner says when he heard screams he put out the fire and called for help, but it was too late. first responders then removed the body. >> they tied a rope to the very top of the chimney to stabilize it. then they used drills and chisels to take apart the chimney to get the person out. it's generally quiet out here, but we do see spikes in crime
from time to time. nothing like this. >> police say the 19-year-old man died of smoke inhalation and burns. well, immigrants are in this country illegally, should they be allowed to drive legally? a group of oregon thinks so and they're suing to overthrow a law that outlaws licenses for illegal immigrants. their main argument is that it hurts immigrants' chances of finding jobs. dan springer is live in portland with the latest. >> legal experts say this lawsuit is a long shot. two-thirds of oregon voters rejected the law giving licenses to illegal immigrants. it was a referendum on a law passed by the state legislature. the campaign against the driver's licenses they say was racist and aimed at hurting a powerless minority group, specifically illegals from mexico and central america. the other argument they're using is the state doesn't have hey legitimate reason for denying illegal immigrants to the ability to drive in oregon.
we spoke with an immigrant who's been driving in the u.s. without a license for 27 years. >> if it's i wi ae's legal to g driver's license, there's more opportunities to find a job as a driver. you know, to move around the city with confidence. >> but a vast majority of the country disagrees. 40 states require legal proof of residency before issuing a driver's license. in oregon, a blue state, 35 of 36 counties voted to prevent 9ñ oregonians for immigration reform led the effort. leaders say it wasn't about race but, rather, jobs, national security and m4oáwhat's right. >> there is no inherent right for somebody that's here illegally to be able to get a driver's license. that isn't a constitutional right. they don't deserve it because they made it here illegally. >> a recent study concluded illegal immigration costs
oregonians $1 billion a year, before having to defend the voters' decision that driving is a privilege and should be reserved for those in the country legally. jenna? >> dan, thank you. well, the gift of giving. an update to a story we brought you last week on a charity that keeps the memory of our fallen troops alive during the holiday season. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24.
an update on a story we brought you last week. wreaths across america still need your help, a charity that helps lay wreaths on the tombstones of fallen soldiers at arlington and elsewhere. they needed 30,000 wreaths as of last week. we made progress. now they only need 10,000. but that's still quite a few.
it's cyber monday, jon. that means everyone is online shopping anyway. so $15 for one wreath for one fallen soldier doesn't sound like a bad idea. >> wreaths across america.org. great cause. >> get on that shopping. we appreciate you joining us today. >> have a great day. "the real story" with gretchen carlson starts now. fox news alert. paris terror attacks sparking a closer look at foreigners trying to travel here to the u.s. without a visa. hi, everyone. "the real story."on. congress looking for ways to 9p,áp waiver program covering 38 countries where you don't need a visa to enter the u.s. rich edison is live on capitol hill today. rich, what are the changes coming to this particular visa program. >> the administration is looking at changing the pilot programs involved here, from folks traveling from about 40 countries who don't need a visa because they come to theóná