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tonight at a kern county hospital. a look back on the life of a murders master mind. >> reporter: before 1969 few people heard of charles manson. then came the two day rampage in southern california. charles manson convicted of using his cult to turn followers into killers and ordering the murders of 7 people. one was actress sharon tate and 8 months pregnant at the time of the murder. >> what is the hearing? >> reporter: charles manson was born to a 16-year-old mother in cincinnati. he grew up in foster homes and by the time of the murders had been in and out of prison for most of his life.
in 1986 charlie rose interviewed charles manson. >> i never made a bad move in my whole life. >> reporter: even when it came to the murders. >> there is no murder in the holy war. >> was it a holy war? >> the whole thing is a holy war. >> charles manson's cult spoke about a holy war against had rich and powerful. four of his followers were convicted in the murders. all of their death sentences were commuted to life in prison. charles manson was up for parole 12 times and always denied. his name marked the end of the peace movement which promised love over war. cbs news. tonight three people are in the hospital after a plane crashed into a home in san
jose. it took off from the airport around 3:00 p.m. this afternoon and slammed into a home minutes later. kpix 5's joe vazquez is at the scene. >> reporter: an incredible sight. workers trying to tow this plane away. it crash landed on this san jose street at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. mechanical problems problems after it took off officials say so it turned around but didn't make it back. >> falling down. boom. >> boom. >> reporter: instead it barely missed rooftops rooftops and power lines and landed nose first into the garage of this home. >> we have three patients. >> the people inside the plane got out. the people inside the house were not hurt. nobody was in the front of the house when it happened and now
everyone who lives here will have to spend the night in the hotel. >> thankful it hit where it did insped of people -- instead of people on the road. as bazaar as it was the outcome is as good as he could we could expect. >> the owner of the plane said two of the three people on board were pilots. the plane was rented from a flight school a quarter mile away from the crash scene. this is the third plane crash at or near the airport in the last 15 months. this plane crashed in august 2016 and this plane crashed on take off in july of 2017. as they work to lift the remains of the crashed plane on to a truck, federal investigators are here on the scene trying to find out what caused the crash. nachos, joe vazquez -- in san jose, joe vazquez, kpix 5.
one person dead, another missing after a abandon boat was found off the san mateo county coast. chopper 5 spotted it south of half moon bay. the man who was driving the boat is missing. his passenger's body was found floating in the water. it is not clear if he fell off the pote or jumped. two men are behind bars and a police officer is in the hospital after a high-speed chase through san francisco. it started in dally set and moved up highway 280 and included crashes and then a search through a neighborhood. kpix 5's katie nielson shows us how it all unfolded. >> reporter: this started around 11:45 a.m. this morning when police got a call that two men were trying to break into cars at the mall parking lot. when cops showed up they jumped into a waiting car and took
off. the pursuit made its way on to 280. north of the ocean avenue exit. a motorcycle officer chasing the suspects lost control of his bike and went down. his only injuries were scrapes and bruises. >> -- scrapes and bruises. the suspects kept going but less than a mile later the chase ended when a suspect's car crashed into a police suv. the suspect jumped out of the car and ran into the neighborhood. >> there was a lot of police activity outside and the dog was barking. so happened the dog sniffed the guys out. >> reporter: two of the suspects were arrested hiding in the backyard shed of a neighbor. >> one of the brothers is a sheriff. he knew how to handle the situation. they threat police into the house and they were able to
arrest the two men in the backyard. >> reporter: the systems were arrested and police say the case is very unusual. >> the whole brazenness of breaking into a vehicle in a parking lot filled with people and leading police on a pursuit through 280 in to san francisco. >> reporter: police will not release the names of the two men involved in the chase till tomorrow but both men are facing felony charges. katie nielson, kpix 5. east bay residents got a chance to hear directly from their police chiefs. they attended a town hall where they talked about concerns. kpix 5's betty yu was there. >> filter out the weapons. and give separation, then you will be more successful. >> reporter: three east bay police chiefs with the aclu
spoke before concerned community members this afternoon. the berkeley, richman and el cerrito police chief touchdown on racial profiling, sanctuary city politics and handling protests. >> what i heard were questions about the use of force and how can we reduce the use of force and make sure there is investigations and accountict. >> they took question -- accountability. >> reporter: they took investigations. >> questions related to hate crimes. >> people want to feel safe. feel like they are respectred being respected. they want a police force that will keep them safe. >> reporter: burgly has seen violence throughout the summer and fall between forcers fighting in the street. >> we can be put in a position
where we have to protect freedom of speech. >> reporter: burgly police department said it is not cooperating with i.c.e. on immigration rates. betty yu, kpix 5. new tonight president trump was back on the defensive. this time he laid into senator jeff flake from arizona who made comment ons president trump. >> -- comments on president trump. >> party of roy moore and donald trump. >> he claims he was caught on an open mike. president trump tweeted senator jeff flaky who is unelectable in the great state of arizona was caught on mic saying bad things about your favorite president. flake's office responded and
said flake is reviewing the tax bill and his vote will have nothing to do with the president. while president trump is turning up the heat in another war of wards on twitter. this involving the father of ucla basketball star who was arrested in china for shoplifting. president trump helped him get release from a chinese jail. >> reporter: days after the ucla basketball three were freed from china and allowed to come home, a brawl is on. and it is a top trender on twitter today. quick history. three ucla players caught shoplifting in china and the president helped spring them. >> i would like to thank president trump and the united states government for the help they provided. >> reporter: ball and his teammates thanked the president. but when espn asked his dad about it he replied, why?
everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out. president trump tweeted now that they are out of china and saved from years in jail the father is unaccepting of what i did for his son and shat shoplifting is no big deal. i should have left him in jail. nobody answered when i rang the door bell, knocked knocked knocked and tried the box out front. no response. >> should ball have expressed gratitude the president? >> i think so. as a father. >> absolutely. omg. >> he has to respect it is an international situation. you get help. way i look at it, they are both stupid. >> reporter: that was round
one. round two tonight when the president called him out on twitter calling him ungrateful and reminding him his son could have served 5 to 10 years in prison. still to come, on whether president trump will allow elephant hunting trophies to be brought into the u.s. and how president trump is responding to allegations against roy moore. why the president said the time line is fishy. >> and san francisco's crypto castle. how one house is using digital currency to start businesses. and here comes another one. rain on the way for the bay area. we look live towards the city of san francisco. the bay bridge and the forecast coming up. decision soon... o
trophies into the u-s. . another tweet tonight president trump promised a decision soon on importing elephant hunting trophies into the u.s. he tweeted big game trophy decision will be announced next week. this horror show in any way helped conversation of elephants or any other animals. on friday the president trump stopped short on lifting the ban effecting two countries in africa. earlier fish and wildlife said because of new conversation efforts it would reverse the
ban. it is unclear which day the decision will come down. tonight alabama senate candidate roy moore accused of sexual misconduct is facing new opposition. a company that owns alabama's three largest newspapers is urging readers to reject roy moore and vote for his democratic opponent doug jones. said the allegations show a pattern -- "every day new allegations arise that illustrate a pattern of a man in his 30s strutting through town like the of the walk, courting and preying on young women and girls." today the white house aid said president trump is following had situation. >> he has concerns about the accusations and he is concerned the accusations are 38-years- old. roy moore has been in public service for decades and the accusations didn't appear till a month before the election. >> the election is december 12. digital currency, crypto castle cursancy is building a name for itself in the bay
area. some monitor thes are building -- the entrepreneurs are building companies in the bitcoin space. >> the future of crypto castle -- cursancy is the focus of -- currency is the focus of entrepreneurs. it is known as the crypto castle. >> four beds here. >> reporter: views of the city sky line and in silicon valley fashion, a garage with work places and couches to crash on. >> almost a by-product of the movement. i mean, that is what happens when you put brilliant people in a room. >> reporter: he first got into the home because he was looking for a place to run his start up. the crypto castle has turned
into what he calls ground zero for building start ups in san francisco. the value of the market rose to a record $200 billion this month. up from 17 billion at the beginning of the year. bitcoin is the most valuable type. it is diggal. digital. this is where people come to get inspired. >> remarkable from the world's top ventual capitalists capitalists and security scientists to a self-driving car service. >> reporter: the community is what brought him to the crypto castle which has visitors and tenants at any time. >> some of the people, you know, completely unreal. people come in and out of the house. >> lately it has been getting this, you know, legacy of the
crypto castle -- [ indiscernible talking ] >> two years ago there wasn't this kind of excitement around the house. >> reporter: investnertrust has never been higher. the value has been extremely volatile. this month it hit a high of $8,000. at one point three months ago a single bitcoin was worth half that amount. >> so that level of change and that quickness of changing is dramatic. >> reporter: he runs a hedge fund in san francisco. >> i think that any new technology is scary. i think there is a possibility the whole things will fail but as far as i can tell right now there are a bunch of things bitcoin does that are superior
to the trudential markets. >> reporter: they are not buying into the space to get rich quick. >> i saw a way you could give an immigrant from kenya, to send money back to the family without giving 10% of their pay check. >> reporter: in san francisco, betty yu, kpix 5. all right. we have different kinds of numbers tonight. reflecting the fact that rain is coming down in northern california. not much. latest on on the doppler, crescent city. scattered over the north bay and east bay shoreline as well. most will be focused in the north bay and light through tomorrow afternoon. future cast shows that as well.
tomorrow morning 7 a.m. rain through north bay. it doesn't penetration south of the golden gate bridge but here and there we will get light sprinkles bay wide with the exception of the south bay. further south you go the less you will get. tomorrow mid-day drying out. numbers are in the mid-50s. cloud cover keeps us mild tonight. and satellite and radar shows us we have high pressure that is deflecting most of the moisture into northern california. tomorrow north of the golden gate bridge it will get wet but not very wet. south of the golden gate bridge a chance but not much. mostly north bay showers tomorrow. and tonight. partly cloudy skies and mostly dry week. after that, the next chance of rain is after thanksgiving. mountains, a touch of snow. rain for the most part. over night lows tonight in the 50s. in the south bay this will come
as news to you because you will have sunshine tomorrow and warm temperatures. readings in the low 70s tomorrow. east bay stands the chance of light showers. middle 60s. north of the golden gate bridge a better chance. some falling tonight and more coming in early tomorrow morning. and in the extended forecast, drying out on tuesday and partly cloudy skies through thanksgiving. next suggesting of something coming in saturday and sunday. that is weather. up next, why tomorrow is a huge day in a high profile murder trial in san francisco. the factors that could lead to a not guilty verdict. an update on breaking news tonight. cult leader and mass killer charles manson is dead. what officials are now doing hours later. coming up next on game day, i have the nfl story including an interview with golf analyst who was in san francisco this
causes at hospital in bakersfield at 8:00 p.m. tonight and officials at the prison are right now in the process of contacting the families of charles manson's victims. we are told one person who fought every chance he had at parole was one of the first to hear the news. the center of murdered actress sharon tate. they killed tate and six others in los angeles in august of 1969. he was 83-years-old. the murder trial moves to the final phase tomorrow. crows closer arguments. the judge ruled there could be no political arguments about immigration or gun control. so during tomorrow's closing arguments the focus has to stay on the murder. the question, was her shooting death accidental or intentional. >> the fact the gun was left loaded in a car.
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