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violence in washington. manhunt for a-out suspect in the paris attacks as the french launch airstrikes. hast written to attack washington, d.c., and law enforcement is on high alert. korff: we start with jay with how his security is being increased around the district. jay? jay: alison, we have confirmed local, regional, fedal, in transit law enforcement agencies have increased resources as be a result of the attacks in paris. this canine is checking for explosives to induce confidence in metro riders who may be worried about the -- after the attacks in paris. this video released from isis may be a reason for that worry. >> we will strike america in its
stronghold, washington. with god's will. think about it because there's nothing i can do to prevent anything. enjoy your life one day at a time. jay: metro officials believe that you can do something, by remaining vigilant through the "see something, say something" campaign. now the agency has boosted security three variety of seen and unseen measures. >> although there is no credible threat in the u.s., we operate a safe system. we are increasing patrol efforts. police know that d.c. have added new resources, with beefed up security at union station, the u.s. capitol officials confirming they have enhanced patrols as well. we should stress that the department of homeland security and the fbi continued to say at this time there is no specific
or direct threat against the united states. live in the district, jay korff, abc 7 news. alison: france is declaring an all-out war to destroy isis. andsands are in mourning hundreds are still being treated for injuries they suffered during the terror attack. tom roussey continues team coverage from the french embassy. tom? tom: alison, before we tell you the latest, let's show you what's going on in georgetown. the number of flowers and i'd was being left outside of the embassy is continuing to grow. there are memorials like this one in france as well, but there is also a hunt that has expanded well beyond the french borders. tonight, the eiffel tower was open, lit in the colors of the french flag. meanwhile, in international manhunt. of eight suspects in the attack, seven are dead. tonight, a massive effort to find the one still alive.
the authorities thought they had the french citizen cornered in belgium. [explosions' ] he was not there. one of his brothers died in the attacks. another was detained and released, and spoke to reporters nnocence.it' >> we do not think for a moment that one of our brothers was related to these attacks. won the loose, a man who is not believed to participate dissipated in the attacks but allegedly the mastermind, also planning a failed shooting on a french train in august. the french president told parliament the attacks were planned in syria, organized in belgium. he called on the world to put aside differences to destroy isis. of the suspects, most appear to have lived in france or belgium, but their victims were from at
least 19 countries. while many who died were french, those who died also included british, italian, chilean, and american people. there are still some victims we do not know anything about. theier tonight, in a tweet, french ambassador said there are still 50 victims who have not been identified in france. live near georgetown in northwest, tom roussey, abc 7 news. the number of flowers and other items being left outside the french embassy has grown so much, gotten so large that mounreers are running out of room. a local woman created space by rearranging things. .he is a better --veteran >> i can understand war. i don't understand terrorism. these people were doing things normal people do, and i can relate to that being at the pentagon on 911.
leon: since friday's attacks, the tributes have been pouring in. the debate is growing tonight over how to stop another attack. among the questions considered, or airstrikes enough, it should we continue to accept syrian refugees here? scott thuman is on the ground in paris. scott: much of the talk in paris is about what to do next, how aggressively to go after terror cells in the middle east. one thing we heard today, raising eyebrows, word from the pentagon saying its role in this will be increased, bolstering the intelligence sharing between france and america. leaders have given instructions that allow military personnel to share information. both france and the u.s. took part in a series of strikes on most immediately after isil took claim for the attack. 116 fuelem in syria,
trucks were destroyed by fighter jets. many people we spoke with in paris say they feel that is not enough. there has been intense dialogue regarding the refugee crisis, as one of the attackers was reportedly among the refugees. should there be a halt on stopping syrians, can the be something to better check them. there is a refugee camp known as the juggle -- jungle, which we visited. they are looking into the possibility of somebody posing as a refugee, entering the country with intent of committing a terror attack. we will have much more on that as we continue our coverage from paris. scott thuman, back to you. alison: the war on terror was the subject of a townhall on news channel eight tonight. >> if you can pressure them to have their clerk stop preaching hate and that it's ok to kill infidels, to enslave little
girls, we can have pressure, -- we can have progress, but it has to have pressure from the white house. isson: people warned that it difficult to track suspected terrorist in the u.s. because there may not be enough manpower to perform proper surveillance. is closely watching the war on terror at home and all over the world. stay with us for continuing coverage of the paris investigation, along with u.s. security and the refugee crisis. we will be posting updates around the clock at wjla.com. leon: new developments of a secret service sexting scandal, and officers solicited -- an officer who is charged with soliciting a teenager and face tenures in prison if convicted. his wife was there in court with their infant son. moore was arrested last week. the police say that he confessed to sending and receiving an explicit photo of himself. he said that he was sexually
interested in 14-year-old girls. alison: new crime statistics in the district, 70 hate crime incidents in 2014, 40 1% motivated by bias based on this, hate crime's to mdc are twice as likely to be motivated by sexual orientation than the national average, less likely to be motivated by race. about your money -- a skimming device found inside of an atm device at 711. the police are saying that if you use that you should retrace your steps. police want county to get the warning out because it's not clear how long the skimmer has been in place. the skimmer was on the citibank atm at the 7-eleven on north king highway. friday morning, an off-duty police officer put a card in the atm and the card slot fell off. the examine the machine closely,
found a small hole, a battery, cameras, and a data storage device. the police confiscated the skimmer and are asking customers if they use the machine recently. >> i will carefully look at my statements. police says with the you should do. they also remind you to take a good look at any atm before using it. often the skimmers are attached loosely, tape door glued on. if you suspect there is a kamar -- skimmer, don't use the machine, alert the store, the police, and your bank. leon: the countdown to the opening of the smithsonian museum of african american history and culture is underway and there was a kickoff tonight. images commemorating important events being projected onto the side of the building in 3d. that will be going on for the next two nights.
the museum opens up next month. also goodod news, it news from maryland governor larry hogan who says he is cancer free. cancer ised that his in remission following 18 weeks of chemotherapy. hogan was diagnosed with stage three non-hodgkin's lymphoma in june. he will be monitored for any signs of recurrence. leon: wish him the best. still ahead -- libido letdown. we traveled hundreds of miles to investigate an erectile dysfunction clinic. patients say the treatment and at work and they are out of a lot of cash. >> a little over a thousand dollars. alison: and shocking allegations against one of the doctors. a cool start tomorrow morning, with wake up temperatures in the 40's. we will have heavy rain in the 70 outlook. ♪
do not like talking about, which may be why those were afflicted with it may be vulnerable to pitches to treat erectile dysfunction. thousands of men have paid top dollar and clinics in maryland and across the country. joce sterman exposes the problems of the clinics using tactics that clients a do not work. joce: the promises are appealing. >> you hear it, so you try it. do you feel taken advantage of? >> yes. before you have a positive reaction, you get the bill for the goods. joce: how much money are we talking about? >> over $8,000. >> this is a sensitive subject. we may only be scratching the surface. joce: the better business bureau in florida has heard from men nationwide talking about men's medical clinic, which claims they can treat almost any man
with unique formulas. >> it's the same medications we use. they don't have a magic bullet. joce: in reality, retorts -- reports to the better business bureau said the injectable medicine did not work and they cannot get refund for the thousands they have spent. and the i-team wanted to know why. using public records, we went to getting into their troubled past, piecing together information about men's medical clinic, its owners, and physicians. five of the doctors have serious disciplinary sections in their past, including matthew loughlin, who was given a letter of concerned and fined after a teenager in his care died following 18 is injection. -- following a penis injection. we called the headquarters, wanting to talk with matthew laughlin. we are trying to reach the
rom men's medical clinic, not returning our calls, so we are going to let them know we are here they want to talk. we tried the home of dr. kevin warns be. eventually getting a phone call. the company's private investigator with stunning information. they are going out of business the day after tomorrow. the website is still up, although a legal case split off the business into new owners. >> i want him to be happy with the medicine. joce: florida officials restricted his medical license, banning him from prescribing certain medications after failing to do appropriate testing for an erectile dysfunction patient and failing to refer into a very meteorologist -- refer him to a urologist. the i-team found only one physician with that specialty in the entire chain. three are actually ob/gyn's,
including this man from the men's medical clinic in silver offng, which recently split from the chain. the state board suspended him in 2011, calling them professionally incompetent after investing in a in -- after investigating his role and a cash for pills clinic. but now he is back in business. was offered medicine before ever being seen by the doctor. high pressure sales tactics are a common complaint among consumers. >> you get a lifetime supply of syringes. joce: that is what you have to show for your $8,000. >> i have these souvenirs. leon: the massachusetts attorney general filed suit against the company, claiming deceptive marketing with at least 4000 clients shelling out more than $5 million for the treatments.
the i-team is following up on that case and we will keep you posted. alison: it started with back to the future, and it looks like the future is now here. people are calling at the hover board. companies have come up with all kinds of clever names for this self balancing skateboard. it may become the biggest holiday gift this year, but is it safe for kids? >> i did not realize there was ice been a bomb i went over it and fell face first. shooty have a tendency to out from you if you are not totally balanced. that can be dangerous because they are self powered. not expecting it to be quite as powerful as it is. alison: 7 on your side went shopping undercover to find out what you are and are not able to , as theese hoverboards kids are calling them. kimberly suiters reports on hover board hazards thursday night at 11:00.
leon: so even the little bit of exercise that you get from the one leg while pushing it, you do not even do that. steve: they go pretty fast. i've seen them at the mall. alison: the weather was nice today. steve: 60's in november, here we are. have of the last 16 days been below average. all the areas in yellow are above yellow, so we are doing ok. if only the rest of winter could be like this, i would take it. the high today at reagan national, 70 degrees, another above average day. the average this time of year is 58. clouds, 3750, a few frederick, 43 leesburg, 39 culpeper. the satellite and radar, the rain is on the way, but still well to the west. this slowly moves our way. thursday, heavier rain. tonight, no problems.
some added clouds in the morning, skies partly cloudy, 38 to thewarmer closer district, the cooler temperatures off to the north and west. 43 waldorf in the morning. clouds will keep the temperatures down tomorrow. wednesday night, just a few scattered showers, well to the west of the district. the big story is thursday with heavier rain across the area, upwards of an inch or more. 46 degrees tomorrow morning, 53 noontime. clouds through the afternoon. they time high, upper 50's, near 60. the next seven days, 66 thursday. friday weekly wrap, middle to upper 50's. we have the montgomery county parade this week with brian van de graaff and julie wright. only lower 50's. the turkey trot, it will be cool.
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prominent teams are playing a home and home series for the first time since the 1970's, and i will be live tomorrow in college park. if you have been doubting kirk cousins and company, it's time to take them seriously. cousins had a perfect passer rating as the redskins crush the saints. of redskins have won two their past three games and are gaining confidence and could run away with the division. now, the giants lost last night. now it's even more on us now. we control our own destiny. we have a good stretch with carolina coming up. we just have to go out there and play. we have a chance. erin: and the george mason lost to mercer 69-60. gw that is a big, one. leon: coming up, if you have
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