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professor of sociology. clear! where the hell are you, mr. gaines? dean, there's a guy here to see you. said he's got the information you wanted. says he's a friend. who is it? won't say. but he said that nicole sent him. (chuckles) yeah, send him in. well, that's interesting. what is? you see that-- usb drive sitting right there? i bet you cash money that's a kill drive, designed to wipe the entire hard drive if it's removed. so, what's the play? uh, don't remove it. just shut the whole system down. oh, damn it! what? what happened? it was set to wipe no matter what. we're losing everything. can you image it? i'll let you know
in about ten seconds. what are you doing here, bobby? i wanted to see you. figured five years was long enough. you're a bad liar. i was hoping with all that's going on, you were ready to make amends. amends for what? doing what's right? you hurt me, dean. doesn't that mean anything to you? isn't that worth an apology? you're right. i'm sorry. i'm sorry you're a fool and she's a whore. why, you ungrateful bastard! get off me! (both grunting) get him off! get off! you're gonna pay for this, dean! i swear to god, you're gonna pay! man: stop it! russell: what's the verdict? um, didn't get much. you should have it on screen now. a few files, some photos,
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so, all of us blue-eyed kids were seated at the back of the class. we were denied privileges, told that we were stupid, treated like second-class citizens. and all the brown-eyed kids were treated like little geniuses, little gods. the next day the teacher reversed the roles, and we were sat up front. and we were given all the privileges. and the brown-eyed kids, they were treated like less than. and they were discriminated against by all of us. that's fascinating. it was called "the blue eyes, brown eyes" experiment. separating third graders by eye color to teach them the tenets of racism. i mean, that's brilliant. and extremely controversial. but it was powerful. it changed me. okay, so you're thinking that gaines is conducting a racially based social experiment. is that right? it's the only theory that makes sense. gaines won critical acclaim for a book he wrote-- from negro to black: the forced assimilation of the african american. so, it's unlikely that gaines is a racist.
he claims that knowing the signs of racial discord will help defeat it. here. in his thesis, gaines hypothesizes that: "any city with a black populace of 20% to 50% and an unemployment of 16% or higher is a racial tinderbox." well, ashdale's a perfect fit. just look around. clearly racism is still rearing its ugly head. but here's the weird thing-- i don't think this is about race. it's about him-- gaines. he's socially engineering racism to prove his doctoral thesis. okay, well, if that's true, then he's been planning this for a long time. he might even know something about derek noels that we don't. might've even he killed him. it's possible. gaines knows this city. and he knows the people of ashdale cannot take another hit. which means that's exactly what's gonna happen. okay, so what's he planning? i don't know what, but i know where. every news outlet in the country is gonna be at derek noels' vigil tonight. that's where he'll strike. so he's ours.
we know who he is and where he'll be. all we need is enough eyes to find him. (crowd chanting) as emotions run high, people are now calling for an investigation into this incident. asking if the fbi went too far in striking a defenseless black protester. hey, avery thinks gaines is gonna be at the vigil. we're setting up surveillance to take him down. thanks. do we have a problem? nah. no problem. when two men have a problem, they talk about it. more often than not, that problem goes away. that would be a great approach if we had a problem. if this is about that takedown, it was a clean takedown. it had nothing to do with race. and there we go. every time someone says it's not about race, the one thing you can take to the bank is that it's definitely about race. well, not this time, nelson. come on, you were there. you saw it-- a guy came at my head with a baseball bat. it's not about that!
look! e-mails i accessed while looking for the intrusion. you see? oh, there's more. this is my favorite one right here. those words didn't come from the racists out there. those are words from them! yeah, some of the very cops you cozied up to after your greatest hits performance. listen, you got to know i would never stand for this. i'm not like that. and most of them aren't, either. they're good people. it only takes a few. this doesn't happen overnight. robert gaines might have lit the match, but the gas was poured years ago. nelson... i'm sorry.
but you can't make me accountable for some bigoted cops that i don't even know. look me in my eye, bro, and tell me you never said it before. in anger, in jest, singing the words to your favorite song, laughing at an inappropriate joke, failing to correct a friend or a family member when they crossed the line. tell me you're the one.
(gasps) (chuckles) (laughs) you scared me. do you love me? forever. prove it. i thought i proved it when i married you, but... ...i'll happily do it again. krumitz: all right, raven, ready when you are. ramirez: give me a sec. i'm linking to the security cam footage outside the ashdale police station. we'll be able to find gaines if he's there. all right, facial recognition is up and running. we're also searching the crowd for any signs of gaines. but these are live feeds, so there's a time delay. ryan: copy that. mundo: all right, you guys are our eyes.
it's a mad house down here. (chanting): where is derek noels? justice knows no death! where is derek noels? justice knows no death! where is derek noels? justice knows no death! okay, i think we've got something. elijah, 20 yards north, across the street. blue shirt, black hat. i got him. ...justice knows no death. where is derek noels? justice knows no death! where is derek noels? justice knows no death! where is derek noels? he made me. i lost him. ryan: krummy, talk to me. uh, okay, okay. okay, okay, um... there he is, there he is, to your left, avery. he's right beside you. ramirez: elijah, 3:00. ...justice knows no death. where is derek noels? justice knows no death! where is derek noels? ryan: hands up, hands up, don't move. fbi, hands behind your back now! give me your other hand! ryan: he wiped his phone.
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he's a remarkable human being. nine months ago, i met derek on a bus bound for new york. he poured his heart out. he... he shared his pain. and he told me a story about how he was humiliated by a cop. beaten... but never arrested. derek was homeless and unable to find a job. he was so broken by the system that he just wanted to disappear. so that's what inspired you to find the video and post it online? that's not derek in that video. the irony is-- is my brother had several videos to choose from. destiny chose this one. so where's derek now? i don't know. then who's the man in that video? does it matter? they're all derek noels. you're not racist. you're a coward. this isn't about science. this is about vengeance, because you hate your brother. how do you think your wife, nicole, is gonna feel when she finds out her husband is responsible for all of this?
enjoy reading your thesis in prison. only after bloodshed is there healing. 9/11, sandy hook, the charleston church shooting. it's the only way. ryan: something is not right. he's extremely calm, much too confident in the face of defeat. he's got another play. did you get anything off his phone? no, it was wiped clean. (indistinct chatter about phones) chief richards, what's going on? i'm on with causley. the safe house has been compromised. his gps coordinates are being sent to every phone in the city. his detail is headed back to the precinct. ryan: this is his play. this is gaines. he wanted to make sure that his brother was slaughtered tonight. how's he doing this, nelson? nelson: has to be an auto-dialer. question is-- how'd he tag him? it's the gps in the car, it's got to be.
protocol is to sweep the car before it moves. and the gps is turned off... it's the phones, the phones. i need to talk to causley. ryan: officer causley, this is special agent ryan with the fbi. listen to me carefully, i need you and your detail to toss your phones now. you're being tracked. phones. it's done. nelson: didn't work. he's still tagged. the tracker has to be on him, hidden. you two, get a team, bring causley back. on it. ryan: officer causley, i believe your brother planted a tracker on you. it's small, it should be hidden on something he knows you would keep with you. causley: he hid the tracker in my badge? sneaky son of a... man: oh, my god! woman: what was that?! somebody call 911! hey, man. isn't that that cop?
call an ambulance, i've got causley! nelson: hello? yo, listen, listen. we need an emt over at avenue 24 and d street. hurry up! come quick! come on! that's the cop that killed derek noels! get back now! come on! mundo: get him back to the precinct, go! stay back! stay back! hurry, hurry, the tracker. it's my badge, my badge. get in. (tires screeching) (chanting): where is derek noels? justice knows no death!
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announcer: you're watching kcci 8 news. todd: right now on kcci, sex offender arrested again. a mother caught in the middle of a sex abuse case. >> i first was in shock. todd: her father the alleged attacker into her daughter the victim. the punishment she feels is just. hit by a train and now expected to be ok. doctors think 9-year-old iowa girl will make a full recovery. marathon madness. thousands of runners taking over downtown des moines. the winners of today's imt marathon. thank you for staying up late. right now, several businesses in
the fire started around 6:00 in the kitchen of panda garden. customers and employees were able to make it outside. the newton fire captain says the fire started on a stove and then spread up into the ceiling. that caused smoke and water damage to many apartments above. at least six other businesses suffered smoke damage, including a mortgage company, dress shop and county building. , no one was injured and the extent of the damage isn't known yet tonight. also in newton, a registered sex offender is charged in a child sex abuse case. 46-year-old berlou barnard is accused of sexually assaulting his own granddaughter. kcci's jason rantala spoke with the victim's mother in newton . he's live with what she wants to see happen. jason r: ashley durant is both the mother of the victim and daughter of the suspect. what really bothers her is that her father's girlfriend, 38-year-old michelle wortman, knew about the alleged abuse and didn't tell anyone. >> i never would have thought in a million years he would have
done something like this to her . jason r: mom ashley durant says she's heartbroken and angry after the jasper county sheriff's office charged her father, berlou barnard, with sexually abusing her daughter. >> to be let down like that and to be hurt and for my daugther to be hurt like that just, it's very hard. jason r: the jasper county sheriff says durant's daughter told her about the assault august 13. they say it happened at barnard's home near the 3000 block of highway f48 west. >> she said mommy i need to tell you something. jason r: it was there barnard allegedly touched the girl. >> i was just really in shock. jason r: barnard's girlfriend, michelle wortman, saw barnard and confronted him. but the report says wortman never told durant. while wortman allegedly never did anything to protect the girl. >> she got child endangerment and was released on her own recognance the next day. jason r: no one answered when we tried knocking on barnard's door sunday. barnard had been previously convicted in a sex abuse case back in 1997 and has been on the sex offender registry ever since. because of this, durant says her daughter would visit her dad,
would supervise. >> i have a lot of hatred towards her, and in my opinion, i think she should be in just as much trouble as he is, for allowing it to happen and not saying anything. received criticism for even allowing her daughter to be with her dad in the first place. her response -- >> they don't understand what it's like. i mean, he's my dad, i forgave him for what he had done in the past. i thought he'd changed, and it turns out that he didn't. jason r: the criminal complaint says durant's daughter talked about several instances of abuse. durant says the abuse is something that will be burned into her daughter for the rest of her life. live in the studio, jason rantala, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. todd: also tonight a fort dodge , man is in the webster county jail charged with sex abuse and child endangerment. 23-year-old benjamin vazquez was arrested just before 9 this -- just before 9:00 this morning.
a call for domestic violence. a 25-year-old female victim was found in the 1400 block of 2nd avenue. so far, no more information about the investigation into vazquez. a close call for a kid in council bluffs hit by a train near her house. police say 9-yer-old hannah dreher walked in front of a train around 12:30 this afternoon. witnesses say she crossed the tracks after one train passed, but she didn't see a second train. doctors told the family she fractured her skull, but should make a full recovery. the national weather service is warning about an elevated fire danger tomorrow because of strong winds and low humidity . fire could start easily during harvest areas. this was the scene early today in sweetland township, muscatine county. a member of the iowa storm chasers recorded this video. he said a combine caught fire, wind quickly spread it, fully engulfing 100 plus acres. it took about 2 hours to bring the fire under control. jason sydejko is in with a look
jason s: is going to be summer-like. upper 70's to low wages across the board. winds up to even 35 miles per hour. because of that the dry conditions, we do have a red flag warning 40 -- flag warning for a good portion of the state. right now, not seeing a whole lot. there are a few clouds out there but not much to speak of. as far as temperatures go, sitting in the low to mid 50's. we still have that wind cranked up a notch. this will continue to increase. as we head into the day tomorrow, some spots still sitting in the upper teens. he will be seeing that help to drive in the warmth. 73 by noon along windows mostly sunny skies. we will see how long this warm
up six around coming up shortly. todd: despite a chilly morning, thousands took to the streets for the imt des moines marathon and half marathon. the race started and finished on the locust street bridge downtown. kcci's marcus mcintosh was there. marcus: this was the scene at 8:00 this morning on the locust street bridge downtown. thousands of runners and walkers started the imt des moines marathon and half marathon. about 90 minutes earlier, the scene was much different, much darker and much quieter. one of the first people we saw was dr. richard deming who has about 30 people running the marathon with him as part of above and beyond cancer. dr. deming takes cancer survivors on incredible journeys. >> the only way to live one's life is to celebrate each and every day and running is a way to do it. marcus: the celebration on the bridge continued to grow as the dark faded and the crowd on the locust bridge swelled. runners and walkers started warming up and getting ready for the miles that lay ahead of them . we found two grinnell college students and a cross country and track coach from eagle grove
run. >> this the third or fourth year i have been out here running. if years ago, i decided to start running to get into shape and lose some weight, i just kept going. >> i've always wanted to do longer distances. i ran cross country in high school and hannah texted me out of the blue over the summer and was like, let's do a race. >> iran the l.a. marathon before and it was a lot of fun and i wanted to do more long distance running. marcus: but some treat the imt des moines marathon as a race. because for some this is serious business. >> we are indeed a qualifying race for the boston marathon. that is very important to a lot of people on here. that is a major life goal for a serious runner. marcus: the imt des moines marathon has room for everyone. in des moines, marcus mcintosh, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. todd: this is the 14th year of the imt des moines marathon. some 9000 people registered to participate in either the 5k, kids runs, marathon or half
marathon. philip lagat of kenya held on to his title as men's champion of the imt des moines marathon. he finished in just 2 hours, 21 minutes and 2 seconds. in the women's race, brooke degefa of ethiopia won in 2-hours 33 minutes. in the half marathon, mason frank of minnesota took first in 1-hour 7 minutes. the woman's champion erin fiedler of omaha finishing at 1-hour 19 minutes. looking ahead, the jury resumes deliberations in the trial of alleged pleasant hill shooter pete polson on monday. polson's defense attorney told jurors on friday the methamphetamine polson injected hours before the shooting made it impossible for him to form the intent to kill. polson faces drug charges and 3 counts of attempted murder. the jury will have to decide whether polson was too intoxicated to have the intent to kill. also on the federal trial of two monday, former ron paul 2012 campaign aides continues. jesse benton and dmitri kesari are accused of making secret payments to sorenson, who
bachmann campaign to ron paul's just before the 2012 iowa caucuses. on friday, former state senator kent sorenson testified that kesari gave his wife a check for $25,000. but then, he told sorenson not to cash it. instead, kesari told him to bill a company called ict for payment which would then pay sorenson's company grassroots strategy. this system kept sorenson's name off the campaign books. bank statements show sorenson received $73,000 through wire transfers. the future of the aib college of business campus in des moines will be decided next week by the iowa board of regents. the regents will vote on final approval of aib's gift of its southside des moines campus the 21st and 22nd of next week. the proposal calls for the campus to be turned into a regional regents center. on tuesday, kum and go is breaking ground on its new $92 million downtown headquarters.
the new krause gateway center will be a five-story glass building. it will be just north of the pappajohn sculpture park downtown next to the wellmark building. the 5 story building will be built for leed certification. kum & go officials say it will feature a green roof to lessen the impact of energy use and water run-off. construction is scheduled to be complete by 2018. in commitment 2016 news. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is scheduled to testify before a congressional committee this week about benghazi attack. and a war of words between two republican presidential candidates is ratcheting up. julianna goldman reports from washington. julianna: hillary clinton is dismissing her upcoming appearance, saying to previous testimonies and other congressional inquiries into the 2012 attacks, refuted conspiracy theories and is now an attempt to derail her presidential
ms. clinton: whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee. julianna: chairman trey gowdy insisted he wants to focus on the events surrounding the attacks. >> i have told my own republican colleagues and friends, shut up talking about things that you don't know anything about. julianna: but it will be impossible to take politics out of the equation on thursday. ms. fiorina: i wish, for once, mrs. clinton would be prepared to stand and be held accountable for the murder of four americans in benghazi, libya. julianna: meanwhile this weekend, donald trump and jeb bush continued to spar over the september 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and the gop frontrunner's suggestion that former president george w. bush was responsible. mr. bush: mr. trump talks about things as though he's still on "the apprentice." julianna: bush has been under pressure from donors to take a harder line against trump. and increasingly, he's making the case that the republican frontrunner isn't fit to be president.
todd: it is still unclear if vice president joe biden will enter the race for the white house. one of his advisers said that he will make a decision in the near future. gunman on the run. one person dead and at least five others injured in a shooting at zombie-con. where police are searching for the killer. plus, a car crashes into a lake. first responders act quickly pulling the family from the , submerged car. the question remains, how the car got in the lake in the first place. and later, double trouble. the hawkeyes have a couple of players that are tough to tell apart.>> a central iowa family talks about why it's important to test early for down syndrome. plus, 3 foods to eat for whiter
announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: one person was killed and 5 others injured when a shooting broke out at the annual zombicon festival in fort myers, florida. the gunman has not been caught. wendy gillette reports from new york. wendy hundreds dressed as
someone opened fire at the crowded zombicon street festival in fort myers, just before midnight and the official end of the festivities. >> about four or five shots. wendy one man died at the scene. : he was identified as 20-year-old expavious tyrell taylor, a football player at a local junior college. >> devastating for the family. is hard, but with us being family were gonna get through it. it may not be today it may not be tomorrow, but we are going to get through it. wendy four others were taken to : the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. one person refused treatment. >> there was people taking cover. officers were running towards the shots. and that's when we located the victims. police searched the area for a wendy: -- wendy police searched : the area for a suspect but did not arrest anyone. the event has been running for 8 years and attracts more than
20,000 people to the city. but not everyone likes it. the festival has been the subject of protests and some community complaints. police are asking for help from the public, who may have cell phone pictures or videos to share. wendy gillette for cbs news. todd: the organizers of the event posted a message on the festival's facebook page that says they are, "deeply saddened by the news of what happened within the footprint of our event. we take the safety of our patrons very seriously and take precautions in hiring security and police officers for our annual event." just in now, a heartbreaking update. a family of five whose suv went over an embankment and landed upside down in a lake early sunday morning all died. three children and their parents in arizona are dead. officials jumped in and pulled out the 27-year-old father 25-year-old mother, a , 6-month-old girl and a 2-year-old boy. they later went back and than
a chicago family is mourning the death of a three-year-old boy after he was accidentally shot by his six-year-old brother last night. the father of the two boys has been charged with child endangerment in connection with the shooting. he is accused of knowingly storing a loaded firearm on top of his refrigerator. a fire that tore through a church in st. louis yesterday is now under investigation. officials say they believe it was arson. the new life missionary baptist church is now the 5th house of worship burned in less than two weeks. investigators are searching for clues that could link these fires. church members are holding service on the lawn today. astronauts scott kelly has now spent more time in space than any other american. today marks 385 days, setting a new record for his stay aboard the international space station. nasa says he is scheduled to complete his mission on by then, march 3. he would have logged 522 days in space.
colder night -- a much cal mer night outside. jason s: we have a very nice 8 day forecast. sunshine and even a little bit of rain in the forecast. temperatures we haven't seen about three weeks time. temperatures have dropped to the brisk level we have come to know over the past few mornings, sitting in the mid-50's across the course of the state. a couple of colder spots out there. the wind has kicked up considerably. some spots, 20 miles an hour. that is sustained over two minutes. gusts, we could see tomorrow up to 35 or 40 miles per hour potentially. we'll keep sunshine in the mix for a while. i think largely, we keep our skies clear tonight and into tomorrow.
building and that comfort. starting off at 52 degrees. we show you that sunshine all throughout the day. climbing up to 80 degrees. very strong breeze out of the southwest. that will eventually cause rise for concern. for now, sunshine for our day tomorrow. we have an area of low pressure off to the west. strong contrast has been driving those winds and will continue to do so, even after these systems ship their way to the east. you can see this slowly meanders its way eastward. those lines of constant pressure that help to drive that wind are staying fairly tight, and that helps to drive the strongest of the wind.
little bit through the morning hours. not wilson -- we're going to staying relatively clear through monday. will bring in some rain chances on tuesday, but if you enjoy the summerlike weather, i would get out tomorrow. you can see the showers start to roll and as we head into the afternoon on tuesday. the wind etc. we have having drug today, very strong. sustained in the mid to upper 20's, and you could even see some low 30 sustained as you head throughout the day. i wouldn't be considering a bonfire tomorrow or anything of that nature just because of the high fire risk will be having. enjoy the night tonight. it will be nice. 52 is what we will be dropping to. we will climb on the way back up to 80 with plenty of sunshine. with out of the southwest at
20-35 miles per hour. that will be enough to blow those two pays off your head. we take this down a notch in the next few days. rain chances tuesday. 73 on wednesday. we are back into the 60's as we head into the end of next week. todd: if you're a hawkeye fan, you have a very good saturday. scott: sunday, the news caps on comi who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced. and tax cuts every single year. right to rise usa
jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: the cubs had like their chances with jake area on the hill -- with jake arrieta on the hill. but facing new york on the road was just not as nice. daniel murphy knocks one out, his fourth straight game with a homer. the cubs finally look like they have got a run. chris coglan. no within to guard -- the best
game three in chicago on tuesday. game three of the alcs. kc leads the blue jays in that series 2-0. the hawkeyes are soaring higher and higher in the polls. they are up from number 17 to number 12 in the new ap top 25. tcu slipped from 3 to 4 after its 45-21 win at iowa state last night. to the nfl, where the perfect packers tried to stay undefeated. facing san diego. 1st quarter, 7-3 green bay. james stark. 65 yard touchdown run. seconds left fourth and goal. , phillip rivers's pass is batted away by damarious randall. green bay with a 27-20 win. they move to 6-0. no charles for the chiefs. jamaal charles out for the year with a torn acl.
but against the vikings albert , wilson gave them a lift. 42 yards for the touchdown. first touchdown of the game for kansas city coming in the fourth quarter. nursing that lead on 3rd and 15. teddy bridgewater dancing and firing one to stefo diggs. coming up on sunday sports extra, more nfl including a wild finish between the lions and the bears. plus, hawkeyes soaring. what's been key to the 7-0 start. we'll breakdown just how crazy this part of the schedule if for -- schedule has been for iowa state. double trouble for fran mccaffery. how the hawkeye coach tells two of his players apart. identical twins. we're going to give everyone at home a quiz. todd: tension escalating as attacks continue. the latest on the unrest in the middle east.
this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00. todd: more than 16,000 people forced to evacuate due to super typhoon koppu. the storm made landfall early this morning, uprooting trees, knocking out power, and destroying homes. officials say flooding and landslides are possible over the next several days. jason s: we have a beautiful forecast on our hands. if you don't like the last couple cold mornings we had, we have some change in our weather, at least for a day here. this will be driving the heat factor for us tomorrow. we will see temperatures climbing into the upper 70's to low 80's across the board. should be a fairly comfortable upper 70's to low 80's. through the next week, that temperature goes on the decline.