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inflict pain. why your online life isn't as private as you think. and what you can do to protect it. right now at 11. a plea for justice. tonight this widow wants her husband's killer off the street. i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. brad hay was the victim of a violent beating. a retired postal worker and great grandfather. >> denise nakano is live with new details on the investigation. you also spoke to his widow. >> i did. she says she can't imagine anyone wanting to hurt her husband. who she describes as a family man who retired and was living the good life. now police are looking for his killer and a personal of interest caught on video with him. >> reporter: heartbroken and filled with grief. she spoke with us inside her home. devastated by her husband's murder.
>> we're distraught. >> reporter: police found brad hays beaten in the backseat of his car. outside pen wood middle school. it happened in the early morning hours of october 24. >> he didn't pick up strangers. i think whoever it this knew him. >> reporter: police have surveillance video showing a man beating him outside the car. picking him up and beating imhim in the backseat. surveillance from behind the school on seventh street showed another man they want to talk to. >> next time we see the two subjects, they're both together coming out of the alley behind the school. that puts the second guy as a very strong personal of interest. >> reporter: hays recently retired from the u.s. postal service where he met his wife. and together they bought their dream home four months ago. now the house feels empty without the father of five. as she pleads for someone to come forward with information. >> we need closure. we need to find out who did
this. and bring them to justice. >> police say the motive is unclear. they're looking to enhance video images taken from several cameras in the area. now to an nbc10 exclusive. we are heard of victims fighting back against attackers. >> how about one that bites back. live in north philadelphia with that story. >> right now we're near 17th and page. this is where the robber attacked that victim. a few weeking a. he tried forcing him into the alley. that's where the victim decided to fight back. >> 5:19 will be a time i always remember. >> reporter: 5:19. a time etched in the mind of jason. the 34 year-old tell ts nbc10 he hesitates any time he sees the numbers on a clock. it's about the time he ended upshot. after fighting for his life.
>> i said i don't know. he said one, dock. and it's at my face now. i'm in the barrel of gun. >> reporter: three weeks ago, he was walking in the area of 17th and page. in north philadelphia. headed to a bus for work. a robber tried to steal his phone. he soon realized his life was on the line. >> after he smacked me with the gun twice. i said i don't know my code. he said put the password in or i'll kill you. >> reporter: he distracted the guy. punched him and wrestled the gun and screwdriver away. the gun went off and a bullet went through his side. >> i started biting him. and got a hold of his mouth and shook it like a pit bull. >> reporter: it was now the robber begging for his life. a gift he tells us he would
never take away. >> he's like please don't kill me. said i'm not that type. but you tried to kill me. >> a wild story right there. the robber would run away. he walked down the street with a gun in one hand and screw droifr in the other. looking for help. a delaware county man who worked as a children's birthday party performer is facing rape charges. michael krip taken out of the courthouse in handcuffs earlier today. he is charged with sexual abuse skb raping five children. two brothers claim he abused them. the district attorney described how the suspect targeted his alleged victims. >> he befriends women. he then establishes some type of relationship with the women. and these women are all women who have young boys in their custody. >> he was investigated for
similar allegations back in 2013. but was never charged. investigators believe there could be more victims. also tonight three people who worked on president trumps campaign are charged in federal investigation. two of them pleaded not guilty. including the trump campaign former chairman. a secret guilty plea from the third man is sparking a lot of buzz in washington. nbc10 brandon hudson is live. >> president trump and administration want to be clear. paul manafort ties have no direct tie to president trumps campaign. however investigators may use this as an end for any leads on any suspected russian collusion. >> reporter: sidestepping cameras and questions. former trump campaign manager left court in washington dc after pleading not guilty to 12 counts of money laundering and tax fraud. manafort didn't talk, his attorney did. >> you all saw today that
president donald trump was correct. there is no evidence that mr. manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. >> reporter: the president echoed that in a tweet today. according to to a 31 page document. manafort and the business associate rick gates earned millions of dollars lobbying for the russian government. and put the money in offshore accounts to avoid paying taxes. manafort spent big money on home improvements, real estate, art and antique and clothes. >> these defendants are looking at decades in prison. there's a tremendous incentive for them to come to prosecutors and say we'd like to cooperate. >> reporter: we're learning former trump campaign advisor secretly pleaded guilty earlier this month. to lying to the fbi. a plea agreement shows he was communicating with the kremlin connected russian. who promised dirt on clinton. and lied about it.
>> sanders says his time with the campaign was limited. his involvement was limited. meanwhile a spokesman saez he looks forward to confronting the charges in court. four people charged with election fraud after a special election in philadelphia earlier this year. pennsylvania attorney general says the election workers enter feared with votes and intimidated voters. they are charged with tampering with public records. this all allegedly happened during the march election for a seat in the state house of representatives. democrat won that race. the attorney general says there's no evidence that the out come of the election was impacted. and unexpected apology today at the sentencing hearing for u.s. army sergeant. the 31 year-old soldier took the stand and apologized to those who were wounded while searching for him. after he abandoned post in afghanistan in 2009. he spoke for two hours
describing his years in captivity. after he was captured by the taliban. he pleaded guilty last week to desertion. and misbehavior he faces max sentence of life in prison. we have this just in. sky force 10 over the scene of a deadly stabbing in south jersey minutes ago. officers were called to the apartments on meadow road. just before 10:00. after the man was stabbed there. police have one man in custody. no word on any motive. we're getting information tonight after a driver hit a man in the middle of a port richmond street. and left him to die. these are newly released surveillance pictures of the white chevy express involved. police say the driver hit eric back on october 14. neighbors found him in the middle of the street. he died at the scene. arson investigation is under way. after a home to stray cats was found burned to the ground over
the weekend. volunteers foupd the charred remains. early saturday. it's the third arson at the pier in the past two weeks. none of the cats were killed. a go fund me has been set up to rebuild the colony. >> right now part of the neighborhood needs your help for chance to win money and renovate two historic buildings. this stretch of german town avenue is a finalist for a grant to fwif officials $150,000. the money would go to preserving parker hall and the building. the buildings are in serious need of repair. tomorrow is the last day to vote. we have posted a link on nbc10.com. and will have more on the contest tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. we share so much about ourselves online. but what about the stuff you want to stay private? >> hackers and stalkers are constantly trying to uncover that information. you probably aren't doing enough to stop them. coming up next the experts show
us how to digitally disappear. >> allegations of sexual misconduct against a child. and then sparks a whole new controversy. and a new clue. how it could help find the driver bho put this chester county teenager in the hospital. >> trick or treat. i have your halloween forecast. will it be naughty or nice? coming up. plus we continue the series on women health. tomorrow morning at 5:45. why ovarian cancer is such a deadly diagnosis. and the difficult decision one woman made that may have saved her life.
easy it is to find and how you can get off the grid. >> reporter: it's piz si in the heart of philadelphia. people young and old looking down at phones and computers. but watch as they get protective when with get close enough to see what they're doing. >> i feel like in this day and age everyone knows everything about you. it's uncomfortable. >> reporter: people want privacy. but put so much of their lives out for public consumption. >> i have been stalked. i have been found in a location. they're like you posted where you were. >> reporter: we went to mat barnett. to ask if it's possible to digitally disappear. >> you can minimize the amount of information that you put out there. >> reporter: you can opt out of services like white pages and max out privacy control on social media. you need know more.
>> what your risk level and what information to target you for attack. >> reporter: to see how much of my information is out there. we'll use just my phone number and take fife minutes to see what we can find. >> is that your facebook display name? >> yes. >> it found a profile for you. >> reporter: i've never added a phone number to facebook. it still tracked me down. a few more clicks reveal my age and all the places i lived. >> it suggests people you can be related to. >> reporter: here's a major way it's getting out anyway. through places like pin tres. dating apps and travel sites. when you click continue with facebook and google instead of creating a new log in. >> they peek into the profile. and additional things you may not want to disclose. >> reporter: the fine print explains what they'll do next. >> save it, store it.
sell it. >> reporter: file data exposes location, even which way camera was pointing. good nouz is most social platforms scrub that information. or you can find a site to do it on your own. at least some form of online invisibility can be achieved. >> as long as we're careful about it. i think we can be better. and there's hope. >> reporter: the hope rests with you. and your control of what goes online. >> and right now on nbc10.com. we have posted these five tips to help you digitally disappear. and specific web sites and instructions to protect your identity online. another hollywood scandal swirling tonight. around actor kevin spacey. accused of sexual misconduct by another actor. and spacey's response is creating a controversy of its
own. broad way star forced himself on the actor 32 years ago when he was 14 years old. spacey apologized for the incident. even though he says he was drunk and doesn't remember. he revealed for the first time publicly he's guy and had relationships with men and women. and that prompted immediate backlash. >> the fact he responded the way he did and also con flating it with him coming out as guy. has really only made this scandal worse. >> netflix which airs his hit house of cards, announced today the show will end after its sixth season. company officials said they are deeply troubled by the allegation. former vice president biden was back in his alma mater to speak about violence against women. the tenth annual vision coalition conference was held at the university of delaware. the vice president also talked about gun violence saying it needs to be treated as a public
health crisis. update now in the search for hit and run driver bho seriously injured a chester county teenager. police release this picture of the white truck. in the upper right of the screen. 16 year-old andy and her mother were hit as they were walking their dog on art school road this month. if you have seen that truck, call police. we have new information tonight about skeletal remains unearthed at a construction site. officials discovered the remains of 328 people. crews first uncovered coffins more than a year ago. when they were working on an apartment building. the bodies were buried back in the 17 hundreds. in the first baptist church cemetery. annual blue night. this is one of the nine locations across the city where police and members of the community gather to take back their streets from violence. it's the fourth year they held
the event. kids who stopped by were given the title of honorary knight for the neighborhood. we'll see even more kids out tomorrow. will the costumes be enough to keep them warm. >> will they need to layer up? >> every year without fail. cutest costumes and you have to cover up. tomorrow night probably no exception. beautiful night tonight. a gorgeous fall night. it's crisp and cool. here's where we were today. 57 degrees. that's about 5 degrees below average. we saw four tenths of an inch of rainfall this mork morning and very windy. 41 miles per hour. that was earlier today. now we're looking at cold air that will spill in here. it's been chilly. we'll get an extra push. rapid city at 27. omaha 32. in cincinnati 39. pittsburg 39. we're hanging on to the 40s and 50s in philadelphia. that's about to change. 52 philadelphia.
48 coats ville. it will be cooler by wednesday morning. when you wake up. the really cold air spills in. here's what to know. dry with a few high thin clouds moving through. we'll get a warm up. more 70s are possible this week. more 50s are ahead as well. and more rain. we'll see scattered showers midweek. and more rain for the eagles. we call it wentz weather. so outside doppler radar is quiet. you can see the clouds from the storm system to the west. trying to form. we have dry air in place. no luck there. and as far as the precipitation no look at the rain is just evaporating towards us. we have the big area of low pressure. this front will come through. it will cloud us up on wednesday. and make us cooler. wake up tomorrow morning in the low to mid-40s across the area. with a west wind. sunshine tomorrow. make it into the mid-50s again below average. and then wednesday morning look at all the 30s across the area.
coldest morning yet with a wind out of the north. scattered showers. wednesday night. these will continue on and off throughout the day on thursday. thursday we make it to nearly 70 degrees out there. and then there's the next storm system. headed our way for the weekend chl halloween planner in philadelphia at 5:00. 55 degrees. 9:0048 degrees. suburbs 52 at 5:00. 43 by 9:00. 5:00 in the lee high valley. 51 degrees 42 by 9:00. delaware. 57 at the jersey shore. just as trick treaters head out for the evening. i'll have the ten day on ten. a 100 year-old mystery has unfolding right here in delaware county. >> did the serial killer hh holmes fake his own death? the investigators were there as crews dug up his grave. and what they found inside led to more questions. tomorrow night inside the
fresh off the sixth straight win. eagles players had fun tonight in the name of cancer awareness. mccloud hosted ping-pong tonight. fellow teammates dress ds up in halloween best to support the cause. proceeds go to the american association for cancer research. >> looking bet in costumes. look even better in their uniforms winning. >> doug pederson will talk about possible trades for the eagles before the deadline. a sixer rookie with a career high. fliers. and the new phillies manager arrives this evening. that's all next.
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i'm john clark. the phillies making it official. the new phillies manager. 42. youngest since 20 years ago. >> welcome to the philadelphia. >> we're the only station as he arrived at 5:00. the phils will spro deuce him after the worl series ends. he's honored to work in a city with so much tradition. he's a first time manager. and progressive thinker. >> sixers let the lead slip away last week against the rockets. rematch in houston tonight. sixers don't let this get away. joel embiid whipping it to mcconnell.
three for three from three. we're up ten. sixers up three now. two minutes left. embiid. 22 points. breathing room. watch james harden here. going to give it up. ben simmons heads the other way. career high 24 pointds for ben. nine assists. he's been unbelievable. sixers beat the rockets 115-107. they have won three of four on the road. can you believe the fliers got down 3-0 in the third period. they come back. two goals in the final minutes. his second of the night. we are tied up at three. they score twice in 37 seconds. to send to over time. coyotes on the move. tick tack toe passing. the goal. alex the game winner. arizona gets their first win of the year. for fliers lose 4-3. eeg lts have the best record in the nfl.
reports say vp is being very aggressive before tomorrow's deadline. doug pederson likes the chemistry the eagles have. >> from my standpoint you don't want to disrupt the chemistry. they're playing with confidence and rallying around each other. it would have to be a special fit to make it work. >> in tonight cowboys running back el wliot suspended again. he'll miss the eagles game in three weeks. maybe.
what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil. with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 the future is in your hands. america runs on dunkin'. nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me.
she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
here is our pumpkin picture of the evening. this is ryely and carved this u.s. air force pumpkin because it's for her father in the u.s. air force. is she cute or what? adorable. your ten day on ten. it's cooler than normal tomorrow. 58 degrees and going to see drop down to 39 tomorrow night. it should be clear. you'll need to bundle up. 56 wednesday. could see a smooufring in. 71 thursday. could see an isolated shower. it look like the weekend maybe more rain for carson. >> good night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- blake shelton, andrea martin, featuring the legendary roots