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this evening. thank you for being with us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. tonight on the record. did she really say this? and who cape me up with this id. attorney general loretta lirngs made this statement. >> the phone contact between the killer and the orlando negotiators the newt of tight o attack. so it will be a partial transcript of those calls. it's our goal to be as transparent as possible in this investigation. >> transparent? well, today the doj holding back the tapes but releasing transcripts. one glaring omission in the
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released transcripts, the doj edited out information about isis. but hours later, a stunning reversal, forcing the transcripts without anything redacted. but then it's not the end of it. there are still missing transcripts. the killer spent nearly 30 minutes on the phone, but only a fraction of those transcripts have been released. so where are all the transcripts? and where's the audio, and for that matter, the promised transparency. laura ingraham goes on the record. what do you think about this? >> clearly a video caused mateen to go out to the club and carry out his dastardly deed of murder. this is something we've seen before. you've seen the movie, this narrative is an inconvenient narrative for the obama administration. a guy who is as jacked up as an islamic jihadi decides he's
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going to go to a place he knew well. he knew the layout, he knew the people, they knew him. all the people frequented the club. he knew it. whether he had a self-loathing thing going on, we don't know, but when he speaks to 911 and says i'm a soldier of islam and makes it obvious that his motivation was, unless he's pulling a big funny on everyone, his motivation was jihad. that's an inconvenient fact for a president who is now bringing thousands and thousands of people into the country who also happen to be the same faith. all of them aren't going to clubs, but it's an inconvenient story. the only bad people you can tag as hateful people are trump supporters. those are the worst of the worst. and all these other people you're bringing in the country, they're just good, regular old people the and i think it's an inconvenient truth. and we've seen it before. we've seen it with benghazi, with the james rosen transcript
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in the state department. the most transparent administration ever, that thing flopped a long time ago. that narrative collapsed a long time ago. >> i thought it was stunning that she said that. and number one, she's a lawyer. james comey is a lawyer. they know in the courtroom you can't issue misleading tapes, yet they feel free to do that to the american people, thinking we're too stupid to notice it. it's unbelievable that they would do that. >> she also said on the sunday show, she said we're also looking in to the fact that it was latin night at the club. so now, i mean, hinting of course very strongly that this was some anti-latino bias. he's an immigration guy? he listens to talk radio? the whole thing was just a big lie. i'm sorry. >> really, the fact that they tried to pull a fast one, and they did admit it was edited but they thought we would accept it.
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>> what else have they got? >> in the courtroom, transcripts are not enough without being authenticated. >> chain of custody. am i getting that right from law school? >> they won't give us the video. they have now told us we accept these transcripts as correct. we now know they edited parts out and tried to pull a fast one. for many people it's quite curious that they put god in there instead of allah. >> oh, jesus, god, allah. >> how can you trust other investigations, when you're watching this unfold in front of your eyes. >> dragging our feet on fast and furious, on the fbi investigation, the benghazi report, it all adds up to the same old thing, the server, well, i didn't delete any documents. none of the documents were classified. it's all part of the big charade. and this plays into everyone's hands. >> i'm insulted that they think
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that the american people are that stupid. >> journalists were demanding that the entire transcript be released, but it still hasn't been. we still need toe lea learn a l more here. >> let's bring the viewers in on this. this is your chance to vote on twitter. do you feel the obama administration is transparent? tweet yes or no using #greta. how terrible is this? >> greta, i think it goes to the question of credibility of this administration, to which hillary was tied, and it once again confirms why people think the government today, big government is like one of the biggest problems facing america. remember that last big poll that was done. a lot of people believe the government is no longer our ally. the government is working to keep information from the people that would upset them or that they can't handle. and that's going to drive, and i
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know trump's having this rough patch. but that drives the candidacy of people like donald trump. because he says this whole thing is corrupt. i might not be perfect and i might not know the answer to every question, but this city and the way it operates is more on few skating the truth. >> i think it's a distraction from terrorism, which we should be fighting. they send us down the silly trail trying to guess what's in the transcript. >> he never mentioned lgbt at all. and our borders are as porous as they've ever been. >> all they have to do is give us the truth, give us the facts, and that's not asking a lot. laura, thank you. so what do the full 911 transcripts say? and what was originally edited out, and why, and why when the killer said allah does the doj transcript say god?
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catherine, allah is god in the muslim faith, but nonetheless, it's catching a lot of people off guard. >> the first transcript which had the edit in it used the word "god", when he was speaking arabic for allah. they say this was a simple translation, others say otherwise. the pledge of allegiance to isis and abu bakr al baghdadi was not a one-of. there's a steady drum beat. but the crisis team. he declares himself very effectively as a follower of the islamic state. >> are they embarrassed or ashamed? or what is it? because they quickly changed course. i know it makes it look very political that they were so vulnerable to community pressure. >> i can't get inside anyone's mind, but i did speak with a former fbi official before i came on the air tonight who said that just the fact that it changed so quickly tells you that it was politically
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motivated, because it was about the sanction at this time of the investigation they would have stuck to their guns. but it raises the question about the integrity of the evidence. this person said they've always known james comey to be someone who has been really solid on the importance of the integrity of the evidence. and this person said in their 20-plus years at the bureau, they had never seen this before and it raised a lot of questions as to the approach and attitude of the justice department and the fbi to other ongoing investigations. >> but if you can't do something so simple as to release the same. or if you can't do something so simple as to release the transcript that doesn't massage the facts, which would be inadmissible in court, how can we expect these people to fight terrorism, if you can't do something that's an administrative task, release the transcript. >> all i can say is this the most serious attack we've had the united states since 9/11
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inspired by a foreign terrorist organization. and when we have a move to make data available to the public so they can decide, i mean, this, this went really poorly today, to say the least. and really raises questions about the attitude of the sanctity of this evidence in the future prosecution. and the public understands what happened here. the fbi director told us over a week ago who he pledged allegiance to. so it was just not possible to put the toothpaste back in the tube on this. >> i don't know if they think the american people are so stupid they're not going to notice or if they have so inept at handling the investigation. >> the two big take aways is that he declares himself again and again and again. it was a steady drum beat. and also just the idea that the transcript really can speak for itself. >> and we didn't get the audiotapes, but i'm taking the last word on that. thank you.
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and you just heard loretta lynch say the doj wanted to be as transparent as possible. >> trying to get information out. it's our goal to be as transparent as possible in this investigation. >> i'll make our government open and transparent. one thing i want to do is open things up. i want transparency, accountability. the more transparency we can bring to washington the less likely it is that washington will be run by lobbyists and special interests. this is the most transparent administration in history. >> the on the record panel is here. jackie kucinich. they admitted the edits. but they weren't trying to tell us all. and they still haven't told us all, and we still don't have an underlying audio. we don't have all the transcripts. >> and it breeds suspicion of what else they're changing. it was also sort of strange the way that they were redacted. i pledge allegiance to blank, redacted. and james comey came out last
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week and said what the redacted portion was. so it just sort of further adds to suspicion about what they're doing and why they're not telling us. >> doesn't director comey, doesn't he talk to the attorney general? i mean, if he told us last week, and now she's cutting it out of a transcript, i mean, it's like, either they are inept or they think we're really stupid. >> it's a really bad game of telephone to say the least. you're so right. and this is why this is so perplexing when you saw that transcript redacted and the information was already out there, which is why i think you saw the backlash from republicans in particular. paul ryan was out with a statement right away saying this was essentially ludicrous. and that's with the fbi reacted so quickly. they realized they had waded into something they had absolutely nothing to do with. they backtracked really quickly. >> both of our lawyers know that a court won't let you put in a
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redacted transcript because you want to, because it mislead t le jury. but they were both happy to have a redacted transcript go out to the american people. >> we're also basing our conclusions off of this one person's motivation. to fully digest that, you need to know what some of the redacted portions were and why he did what he did. >> i just think the scary part is, if they can't handle the release of a transcript, how can they possibly investigate a terrorism attack, and how can they possibly stop terrorism if they can't to anything like releasing a transcript. >> and furthermore, to further politicize an event that, you know, has caused a lot of people a lot of pain and has caused a lot of fear. and you'd think that, you know, they'd want to try to put that to asuede that a little bit rather than build it up more. >> and i think it's shocking that 14% of the voters so far think this administration is transparent, even 14%.
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>> there's been a series of things over the past eight years that makes it not the most transparent administration as obama set out to be. >> this isn't national security. this was not to protect us from another attack. that's what's so bad about this one. they just decided for themselves. >> when you have to assume and hope maybe that the investigation is being led by somebody different than is handling the decisions of -- >> that would be the attorney gem of the united states and director general of the fbi. you better hope it's their juniors doing it and not them. congratulations on the cavaliers, jackie. >> thank you. >> a few hours ago, a major shakeup at the donald trump campaign. corey lewandowski fired and paul manafort boots up to the all powerful campaign manager. so what does this mean?
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why did corey lewandowski get the boot? >> the main reason is we're moving into a new phase of the campaign. and we're moving to a focus on the general election. and as we do that, we're changing direction a little bit by who's at the helm, and donald trump thought that this was a good opportunity to do that and to set his sights on hillary clinton and to focus on that and be building and preparing more as we grow day after day after day and prepare for that general election, and that's what this is about, it's moving into a new phase of the campaign and preparing for that general election battle that he's fought so hard to get to. >> i guess the problem is the new direction is code in the corporate world. that means that you're fired. we don't think you're doing a good job. and i did hear him say, you know, say good things about donald trump today, so he doesn't seem bitter, but it does seem curious the way it happened. would you agree to that? >> i think, again, corey has
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brought mr. trump and the entire campaign through a year-long process. he's fought out 16 other candidates to help donald trump become the noll knee. donald trump will forever be grateful for that as will the rest of the campaign team. i think there's a very deep mutual respect and sense of loyalty because of that, but at the same time we're moving into a completely different campaign. it's no longer a primary, a different battle ahead. hillary clinton is a different candidate than the 16 people that mr. trump has faced over the past year. and for that reason alone he's changing direction. i think that one -- >> is there no other, i mean, it's going to be a big organization, on both sides of the aisle. was there no other place for him in the campaign? >> i don't know about the details of that. but what i do know is there will be always a place for that relationship. he's guided him and remained loyal to him. back when this campaign started and everybody said donald trump
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didn't have a chance, would never get in the race, would never make it through the summer, would never become the nominee, would never be the person to take on hillary clinton, would never get to 1237. corey was the person that helped him through that process. there will always be that mutual respect because of it. one thing that continues to be lost in this process is everybody is clamoring, who's in control. the same person is in control today as the day that the campaign started, and that's donald trump. and that's why his campaign has been so successful. >> we only have 30 seconds left. why do you get rid of cory louen downski if he's not in charge. >> donald trump has been the king of the campaign for lack of a better term and kind of the person in charge. corey obviously ran the day to day operations. and as we change to a new phase and focus on the general, i think he felt like a shakeup may have been needed. but at the end of the day, donald trump is in charge of
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this campaign, has been and will continue to be until he becomes president and is in charge of the white house and this country. and that's why he's done so well is because he hasn't had a heavy campaign. >> thank you. i got to go. >> thank you, greta. this is a fox news alert. the u.s. senate moments ago rejecting four gun control measures. the four separate bills address changes to the background check system as well as restrictions to gun sales to people on watch lists. it comes one week after the orlando massacre. omar mateen bought weapons despite previously being on the terror watch list. and what does trump say about corey lewandowski's firing? you will hear from trump next. and reince priebus is here. also incredible video showing devastating wildfires burning across the west. that's coming up.
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the donald trump campaign hit with its first major firing. a couple manager corey lewandowski is now out. what does trump have to say about the change in leadership? well, just a short time ago, trump sat down with bill o'reilly. >> with corey, i'm really proud of him. he did a great job. but we're going to go a little bit of a different route. >> all right. so different style. it's a different style and bringing in some -- >> -- it's a different style, yeah. little different style. >> now that interview airs right after "on the record" and the "on the record" political panel is back from the daily beast jackie kucinich and from the "boston globe" matt viser. you think people would learn by now and trump campaign
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official no sooner did corey lewandowski got the heave who he, he tweets dingdong the witch is dead and has the picture of the witch underneath the house and now he is out. what in the world is going on over there? >> never tweet. if you look at it and you think you might get in trouble, just delete it. but, the karma was swift for michael today. >> quickly, i have got to give him credit. he quickly resigned. he is out. good for him. >> very true. but, i do think was indicative how you have a lot of staff corey lewandowski and how he treated people. it goes back further than that if someone is not very fight, that's fine when the campaign is going great. but once campaign is not going so great -- >> so, matt, he was very nice today to dana bash over at cnn gracious. nice to danna, of course. do you think he saw it coming? he was on the 8:30 phone
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call this morning, apparently. >> by all indications, this happened very swiftedly for cory. he himself was shocked by this. and i think for, you know, trump's campaign lost two people today for a campaign that republicans want to see grow and sort of add staff to compete with hillary clinton's ma'am mouth staff they are going opposite direction. >> all of this is interesting. only thing that's going to determine this election are the debates in october. i think the stuff seems so important today but not as important as those did he baits. paul paul manafort takes the job as campaign manager. can he beat hillary clinton? >> he certainly has a different way that he going to beat hillary clinton. he is the reason trump was on teleprompter. set reason that trump sounded a little bit more disciplined. that sort of trump could be able to attract some the republicans that are currently kind of repulsed by him. he might be a way that they can unify in a way they haven't been able to under the steady hand of corey lewandowski.
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>> cory always had this mantra of let trump be trump. now we are going to find out how much of trump's shortcomings, perceived shortcomings were trump's false and how much was cory's fault and how much paul manafort can reign trump n some of his instincts that may be i will advised. >> who is paul manafort? >> he has a long history and well known in washington a lot more. he has been a consultant. he has advised a lot -- including overseas some questionable dictators. >> dictators? >> they all do that managing trump and his sort of style might be interesting for paul in that respect. >> well, we're going to be watching. it's never dull and the republican convention coming up july 18th when we will hear who the vice presidential picks for the two sides, too. anyway, jackie and matt, thank you both. >> thanks, greta. >> bill asked trump about his proposed temporary muslim ban. >> you kind of are dodging my question and you don't usually do that do you believe there is a personal component inside the
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president's personality that sympathizes with the muslim world and doesn't want to taint the muslim world with terrorism is that what it is about? >> iran deal not wanting to mention the words ladd islam or radical islamic terrorism or other things, bill. you look at what's going on, i mean, it's not a question of what i think. but you look at facts. >> you can watch it all 8:00 p.m. eastern right after "on the record" on "the o'reilly factor." and how is the rnc gearing up to help trump take down secretary hillary clinton. rnc reince priebus is next. coming up, you will rather from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he is going to talk to you off the record. yes. off the record. let's feed him to the sharks!
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developing right now, the trump campaign shakeup. this might be the sign of a new direction for the general election. so what is the rnc doing to help donald trump defeat secretary hillary clinton. ribs priebus goes "on the record." nice to see you, mr. chairman. >> hey, greta. >> how did you hear the news about corey lewandowski. >> i mean, look, i talk to the campaign over the weekend and talked to them on monday, today. but this is a new direction for the campaign. i think, you know, when you look at the shift from a
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primary election over to the general election, this is sort of the professionalization that continues, the pivot to the presidential. i think it's a good sign, i think, for the campaign. paul man for is a pro. by building the apparatus around someone who has been through a presidential campaign is a good thing. and people should look at it as a good thing. >> corey lewandowski brought him here. >> sure. >> he brought him this far.
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presidential campaign with competing factions and competing understandings of what the right approach is going to be and leave someone in the backseat and put someone in the front seat and a person in the backseat saying one thing. the person in the front seat saying another. it just doesn't work. there is four to five months left. i think from the outside looking in, as i'm watching this, just like you are and everyone else out there, to me when i see something like, this i see a pivot to the general. a seriousness to the general that looks good good for getting this campaign in a place that is going to be competitive against hillary clinton. >> well, corey lewandowski to his credit, he did not seem bitter told dana bash
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at cnn he still supports donald trump. >> so i thought it was very classy the way he handled today. that's a good sign. >> what are you doing as chairman of the rnc to help donald trump at this point because he has now got his eyes on beating secretary clinton? >> well, the job of the rnc is to build up the infrastructure the ground game the data operation for both our senate candidates, congressional candidates and our nominee. i would say four years ago, i don't think the rnc was as prepared as we are today because largely we were building an rnc from scratch. i think if mitt romney had the rnc of today he would have won. in the same sense our nominee is going to be inheriting not just a few people on the ground but hundreds of people on the ground. 500 people as of today. today we put over $100 million. >> biggest ground game as the democrats have. >> if you compare the rnc to the dnc no comparison. the problem is dnc is not our competition hillary clinton is our competition. the dnc doesn't have
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infrastructure and ground game. it's hillary clinton that has the freezing rain structure and ground game. when you compare the operations, we will be very competitive, and i have got to tell you, we have done, i think, a great job, in getting our operation to a place that it hasn't been in decades. and i think people when it connells to ground game data and i understand this is boring stuff. >>, no, no. is. >> these are the things that allow us to win close elections. if you don't have mechanics straight you can't win. >> former senator russ feingold against republican senator ron johnson. where is that race stand. >> i think it's great that russ feingold is running again. is he a failed candidate. >> people like him in wisconsin. is he well-liked. >> wisconsin doesn't let people that -- they don't normally allow people to come back after they lost. it just hasn't worked. retreads haven't worked in wisconsin. as far as the fundamentals go. the thing with the ron johnson brings to the table
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is being in business. being a guy from the outside. being a guy that says, you know, what he means and means what he says. and look at the polling. the polling is really close right now in wisconsin. that's a good sign for the general election for ron johnson. >> we'll be watching it, you and i particularly pay attention. also speaker of the house is from our state. >> you bet. is he my congressman. >> he is your congressman. he is not mine. i'm farther north. anyway, mr. chairman, thank you. >> you bet. >> and cleveland is getting ready for the republican national convention. the rnc posting this time laps video showing the quicken loans arena it is now being transformed from the home of the very new nba champion cleveland cavaliers. there are still four weeks until the rnc quection convention kicks off july 18th. video showing the first 24 hours of the rnc setup. typically the rnc spends 8 weeks getting ready. this year the rnc was busy. the rnc can thank lebron james for that massive
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fire erupting just northeast of los angeles. but that is not all. in santa barbara, another wildfire is burning. and the catalyst for these fires? extreme temperatures well into the triple digits. >> there is more. at least four people are dead from extreme heat for more on record heat wave we go to meteorologist janice dean. >> hi, greta. unfortunately, we are dealing with heat already. it's the first day of summer and we are already breaking records across the southwest. we broke a record today in phoenix. we broke a record yesterday. it was 118 days and they have only got therein five times in the history of phoenix, arizona. there are your current temperatures. i mean, you cannot be outside at all in this heat. da, potentially deadly heat. 116 still in phoenix. 123 needles. 115 in las vegas. to see this heat so early on in the season is quite rare. heat advisories in effect until at least wednesday evening where temperatures
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are going to feel anywhere from 110 to 120 degrees in all of these neighborhoods. and then, of course, the active large wildfires that you mentioned. over 17 of them and every single one of those is at least 100 acres. already into the wildfire season. and it's just going to potentially get worse as we are not getting a lot of rainfall. a little bit of moisture across the southwest but not enough to really help firefighters that are dealing with the extreme heat and the dry conditions. and the heat is going to continue. the high pressure across the southwest breaking down a little bit. but it's going to move eastward. we're going to potentially see record highs across the south and central u.s. temperatures well above 100 degrees. with the humidity, it's going to feel even worse than that dangerous heat. other big story we are watching. tropical storm danielle. fourth named storm and it's unprecedent to do see this amount of named storms so early on in the season. we are beginning beginning this tropical season early with winds of 40 miles per hour making landfall right now across the east coast of
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mexico it will be a flooder. it will be potentially flooding problems as well as mud slides and we wish we could get some of that moisture into the southwest, greta. but it's not going to happen mexico. we can't get it into the southwest where they desperately midwest and ohio valley. the potential for isolated winds and tornadoes. severe thunderstorm warnings in effect here. north and east of kansas city as well as in towards indiana and ohio. so, this is another big story we are going to be monitoring the heat will be ongoing for at least the next five to seven days, greta, hearts and prayers out to firefighters who are fighting wildfires tonight. >> check on the elderly in this horrible heat if you happen to know somebody in these areas. janice, thank you. >> of course. >> the baltimore police officer facing the most severe charge in the freddie gray case just was told when the judge will issue the verdict. that's next. don't forget to watch hannity tonight 10:00 p.m.
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get ready to speed read the news. he did it. lebron james ending a 52-year-old championship drought the cleveland cavaliers beating the golden warriors to win the title. lebron james named mvp broke down in tears of joys. the party is just getting started. cavs returned home this morning and victory parade which will be a big one is on wednesday. and this is absolutely horrible a freak accident killing "star trek" actor anton. the 27-year-old was found
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crushed between jeep grand cherokee and bring mailbox it happened in the driveway at his california home. when he was found his jeep was in neutral with the engine running. thousands of cherokees were called earlier this year over a gear shift defect it made it difficult for drivers to tell if the car was in neutral instead of park. clinton family growing over the weekend. chelsea clinton giving birth to a baby boy. born in new york city. this is chelsea and husband mark second child. charlotte was born in september of 2014. secretary hillary clinton and president bill clinton saying they are overjoyed to be grabbed parents again. and that's tonight's speed read. baltimore police officer goodson's fate now in the hands of the judge. closing arguments in the judge. officer goodson was the driver of the police van when gray suffered a fatal final injury. charged with depraved heart murder. the judge saying he will
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announce his verdict on thursday morning. "on the record" ted williams and griff jenkins inside the courthouse. first what happened griff today? >> this case began with the prosecution alleging that goodson gave gray a rough ride and this trial ended today closing argue. wells a frustrated williams asking the prosecution for evidence that goodson indeed gave an intentional rough ride to gray. it's bizarre in the prosecution has -- closing arguments on the fact that goodson was criminally negligent to seat belt and call for medicine. >> ted, you and i are both lawyers and we discussed before that we thought it was senator to go bench trial on last one. this one the judge decides and not a jury. this time, since it's the one who has the more serious charges. but i guess i'm surprise they'd did a bench trial and not a jury trial. >> i'm absolutely surprised that he did a bench trial. i thought that if you are going to do anything with goodson that you would at least put this in the hands
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of a jury. >> you have 12 people to decide the case not just one. >> absolutely. this is the thing, judge williams, i think was brilliant. i think he is going to be fair. but, boy, i still would have, no matter what the verdict is in this case, i would have put it certainly in the hands of 12 people and possibly even gotten a mistrial if anything. >> mosby show up, the prosecutor at any point? >> she was. >> today? >> she was in court as was officer edward near row sitting in the front row. >> i suppose she didn't say hi to either one of you? >> she did. she said hello to us. >> no kidding. >> we have a very cordle relationship. i'm still troubled by these charges. i thought judge williams asked some question good questions concerning the rough ride. second degree murder, depraved murder. where was the intent? where was the malice? >> what was the prosecutor's answer. >> the prosecution simply argued it wasn't one specific event but rather the culmination of all of
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the parts. and what was. >> depraved. >> depraved with the high degree of risk, which is the definition of depraved heart it has to be a high degree of risk. it has to be intentional. >> was in there any evidence that officer goodson could hear him being bounced around in the back of the truck. none whatsoever that he could actually hear him. although he did at one time to get out to check on him. >> where was he checked when he checked on him? >> well, he was in the back. >> weighs lying on the floor. >> yeah. >> what was significant, greta, was that judge williams pressed very visibly frustrated as i said the prosecution saying if the intent was to harm him with the ride, what sense does it make, this is according to the judge, that he would get out midway through the ride and check on him? >> see what i would argue as a prosecutor if he went back and checked on him and saw him on the floor he would have knew he had gone from the seat to the. >> the prosecution said they had harmed him beyond what they anticipated. goodson harmed him more than
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he anticipated to. >> why -- if he was so sure that the guy was safe in driving so safely, why we think to check on him? i mean, that's odd. >> well, it is odd to check on him. but, remember, the government had the burden of proving the case. they said that this rough ride took place when he jerked the van one way or another when he went around the corner. the judge even challenged that i thought the judge put on a better closing argument than even the defense attorney in this case. >> all right. 10 seconds left. thursday at what time is the verdict. >> thursday, 10:00 a.m. we can expect it to be very methodical and laid out as the judge has done in the past two trial. >> very tough for the judge. >> very tough. >> it's not easy. it's pad position for a judge to have to decide any of these cases. it's tough. >> absolutely. >> ted and griff, thank you both. 12-year-old rescued by police from a house of horrors. one of the girls' parents is facing charges. girls ranging from 6 month
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to 18 years old found in a southeast pennsylvania home of a 51-year-old lee kaplan. kaplan is accused of sexually assaulting the 18-year-old girl. in a disgusting twist police say the girl was given to kaplan years ago by her own parents. kaplan and the girl's parents are each being held on $1 million bail. and coming up, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has a special job tonight right here "on the record." what is it? find out next.
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let's all go off-the-record. i'm giving my off-the-record segment tonight to prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he said these words about orlando and i thought you would want to hear them. >> this week's shooting wasn't merely an attack on the lbgt community, it was an attack on all of us. on our common values of
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freedom and diversity and choice. radical islam terror makes no distinction between shades of infidel. this week it was gays in orlando a few days before that it was justs in tel aviv. before that it was music fans in paris. veaferls in brussels. you seeds in iraq. community workers in san bernardino. christians and journalists in syria. all of us are targets. we will not be terrified into submission. we will fight back. and we will triumph. today i ask you to reach out to friends and the lbgt community. comfort them. tell them you stand together. we stand together as one. and that you will always remember the victims. tell them they will never be alone. that we're all one family deserving of dignity, deserving of life. i have no doubt that those who seek to spread hate and fear will be defeated.working tl
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defeat them even faster why need to stand united, resolute in the belief that all people, regardless of their sexual orientation, regardless of their race, regardless of their ethnicity, all people deserve respect, deserve dignity. >> is he right. we all have to work together to stamp out terrorism. so, for starters, president obama as the leader of the last world super power, he needs to lead. he needs to convene world leaders now. mr. president, how about it? that's my off-the-record comment tonight. and to watch prime minister netanyahu's complete remarks on the orlando shooting. head over to my facebook page. and live twitter voting results on my screen right now. do you feel the obama administration is transparent and the numbers are 14% yes and 86% no. don't forget to vote on twitter every night. if you don't have twitter. sign up and make sure you follow at greta. that's all for now. see you again tomorrow night
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right here at 7:00 p.m. eastern. up next "the o'reilly factor." tonight donald trump is on with bill. good night from washington, d.c. see you tomorrow night 7:00 p.m. go to my facebook page. welcome to "red eye." hello, everyone. i'm tom shillue. let's check in with tv's andy levey at the "red eye" tease deck. coming up, the doj retacted information from the orlando shooter's 9-1-1 calls. if only getting the files on chem trails was this easy. and are they going to buy donald trump out of the apartmental race? everyone knows you can't buy a politician. and the latest barbie doll is -- developer is working as a gamer. back to you. >> thanks, andy. let's wit


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