tv Action News at 4pm ABC September 30, 2014 4:00pm-5:01pm EDT
it happens inside of this townhouse, just north of wilmington. police say that a 2-year-old apparently shot himself in the head while playing with a gun. neighbors heard his mother screaming. >> when i was getting off work, she was screaming so i ran outside to see what was going on, i heard her crying on the phone over there. >> the police arrived and minutes later followed by an ambulance, the boy was rushed to the dupont hospital. neighbors were surprised to hear there was a gun in the house, he could be seen playing with his older brother. >> a bright little kid, always
speaks, i feel very sorry for him. >> police want to know where the gun came from, and where it was secured in the house. he lives her with his parent and an older brother. >> we don't know where it was but we do know that it was just the child and mother in the house. >> we are withholding the name of the boy and the names of his parents until other family is notified. >> there could be other charges but that is yet to be determined. david henry, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. an off-duty police officer shot a man outside of his home in burlington county today after he says he caught the man trying to steal his truck. the action cam was on the scene on stevenson avenue and edgewood park. the police officer, bosswell
warren just came home and when inside. he heard his truck door and he when outside and he shot and hit him twice. vernon odom is gathering details now and he'll have a live report at 5:00. police are searching the woods for suspected cop killer, eric frein, found two pipe bombs left behind. this is just some of the stuff they came across in the last 24 hours, these are among the supplies he seems to be using. this search is in the third week in the poconos. is he wanted for shooting two troopers and killing one three weeks ago. waltder perez will have more on that coming up in a live report at 5:00. a northeast philadelphia apartment building was badly damaged when a car when off the road and into that complex.
chopper 6 hd was over academy road at 11:30 this morning. as crews towed the car away, can you see the gaping hole left in the build tlg. specters are checking that building closely now to see if it's structurally sound. secret service director julia service is in the hot seat after admitting her agency failed to protect the white house for an intruder earlier this month. >> we are all out rained within the secret service how this incident came to pass. that is why i have asked for a full review. >> it happened on september 19th, when a u.s. army veteran through the white house and ran through half the ground floor before being subdued. it's obvious that mistakes were
made. >> angry lawmakers demanded answers. >> white house is suppose to be one of america's most secure facilities in fact one the world's most secure facilities, how did it happen? >> 32-year-old homeless iraq war veteran, omar gonzales ran through the door, and it was not locked as they ridgely said. he pushed pass the guard stationed immediately inside of the white house door. the alarm box near the door was on mute. he ran in and past the staircase, that led to the first family's living quarters, across the east room before he was taken down by an agent. >> this is unacceptable and i take full responsibility.
>> pierson is say that a review is underway and changes will be made and the big question remaining today, did the secret service fully form president obama and the white house how deep this security breach actually was. more and more these days we are reporting stories of data breaches that expose your credit card information, the latest company attacked is acme, as we told you last night customers of the supermarket chain could be at risk. nydia han is outside of the store on city avenue with more on what you can do to protect yourself. >> another day another data breach, we report one of these every week, instead it is critical you take action to protect yourself by doing what you need to do to stay safe. >> i'm afraid. be cautious what they use and where they use their card at.
it could affect acme customers. albertson customers say that malicious software was put on cash registers at some of their cars. >> when it happened at target, my debit card was pro compre mazed and i am afraid it will happen again. they believe that the malware was only able to capture information from four stores in minnesota but customers should be vigilant all the time. call the number on your card and alert them immediately. >> they are working hard to notify the perpetrators. >> super value and albertsons
announced a data breach last month and said this one is unrelated. we'll talk about what is being done across the board to protect us long-term. live in bala cynwyd, nydia han, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. police are still trying to track down the man that tried to rob an apartment? chinatown this morning. he ended up gotting attacked by the homeowner as soon as he got inside. this happened at 1:00 a.m., a man tried to steal electronics from a first floor apartment. he tried to see through a window but got stuck and the owner stabbed himself times, the thief eventually got out and ran off. >> they broke ground in montgomery county within one local town got clean water. today state and local officials broke ground on a new project
that will put that community on public water, most private and public sectors are chipping in for that water. it's time now for a collect of the accuweather forecast. a nice one. >> we got rid of the clouds for the most part. meteorologist, adam joseph, is live now with the first word from accuweather. >> this last day of september, a beauty out here and lots of sunshine and clouds are bubbling up across the region and energy is pushing in from the another and west. let look at the numbers, 77 in philadelphia, above the normal at 73, 77 in washington and new york city, 67 and buffalo, a bit of a difference because of sun and clouds, the dry and warmer, 72. as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan there are a few thunderstorms developing in the central part of pennsylvania and
the new york border, upper level low in cleveland and pittsburgh is moving in from the west and drifting to the north and throughout the day on wednesday. that means a chance of spotty showers, it's not going to spin up heavy rain for us over the next 36 hours, temperatures are remaining in the 70s for the rest of the week, but we are tracking changes over the weekend that includes not only rain but also a cool down in the temperature department. brian and shirleen we'll talk about the changes coming up in the accuweather forecast. >> thanks very much. >> still ahead, a new airline is flying out of philadelphia international airport, it's promising to give an affordable alternative. what michael phelps accused of doing
injured. in kentucky someone fire aid gun on the campus of fern creek high school in louisville. one child was injured but police have not said if that victim was shot. the gunman is still on the loose. that just hours after a shooting at a north carolina high school. in albemarle near charlotte. the man put down the gun and waited in the principal's office for police to show up. the vick testimony was hit in the neck and stomach. and now outside of baghdad, an attack, iraqi officials have confirmed that the base was indeed overrun. isis fighters took weapons and tanks when iraqi soldiers had to retreat. isis is targeting bases in the recent week as they move close
toward baghdad. swimmer, michael phelp was arrested after police say he was speeding and drinking drunk on i-95 in baltimore. they clocked his land rover at 95 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone. this is phelp's second dui charge, a short time ago he tweeted an apology and understands the invest severity of his actions. the dow continues to fall back towards 17,000, down 28 points on the day and the nasdaq fell 12.5 and the s&p is down 5.5 points. paypal is break ago way from ebay, and will become its own publically traded company. and now they announced almost a year after billionaire posed the idea to the company. they bought back in 2002.
and it's the online joins fastest growing segment. and mobile payments will only continue to grow with more people dealing with credit card breaches. paypal is expected to start trading next year. frontier airlines is returning to philadelphia, the discount airline announced it is stopping non-stop flights to seven cities. in december they start flying to miami, orlando, tampa and cancun, and next spring atlanta, charlotte and chicago. that means more competition for the merged american and u.s. air that has hubs in four of those cities. flights as low as $14.99. >> it will be pretty popular. a look at the "action news" traffic report today. >> we like low travel times that you can fly home on a tuesday afternoon unfortunately, that is not what we are getting, we have major issues on the roadways,
one in christiana delaware, a crash blocking the northbound lanes of highway 1 by the christiana mall, if you are coming up from dover or bear, stay on 13 or 896, in newark. passing the christiana mall, you are not getting through in the moment. then in hockessin, a downed tree blocking 82, old creek road a possible alternate. and in claymont, another crash at 13th and manor avenue. in person you hit the breaks at highland avenue down to the blue route. one lane available on the ramp from 95 northbound to the northbound side of 476, they are doing this emergency construction they were doing yesterday afternoon as well. a broken expansion joint they are fixing here. this is on the top of the ramp from southbound 95 to northbound blue route, just one lane there as well. on the pennsylvania turnpike, traveling eastbound, you
normally stop at the valley vornlg service areas there is a power outage there. don't say i didn't warn you. lets go the computer report, a crash at white marsh at joshua road. >> you always warn us matt. thank you. we are learning more today about what appears to be a troubling side effect affects children across the country. rick williams is live now in the newsroom. >> hi brian, thank you, some children that have come down with the serious respiratory virus are apparently showing signs of partial paralysis according to doctors. they experience weakness in arms and legs shortly after developing the virus. coming up on "action news" at 5:00, ali gorman will explain what we know about the possible connection of the entero virus
68. and the practice of blocking out games when they don't sell out could change, this is good news for sunday couch potatoes like myself. that coming up at 5:00 and other things we are following for you. back to the studio. >> you sit on the couch all day? >> no, saturday and then i wait until 1:00. >> thank you rick. still ahead, we get the first look at pictures of george clooney's wedding. >> and what he is say being his latest public relations disaster at last night monday nitd football game. and take 6 abc with you anywhere you go, the new design fits any device, no matter how small or you go, the new design fits any device, no matter how small or large your screen. football fans like meat clearly, i am a football fan. up your game with the new ultimate meats pizza.
adam said change is coming. let get the latest from accuweather. live at big board. hey adam. >> also changes to our leaves. starting to pop around the region. on our facebook page, peter sent this in from sewell, new jersey, starting to get the behinds of oranges and yellows and the the tops of the trees turn first. as we look at the temperatures, 77 in philadelphia, and 76 in wilmington and 75 in millville and the sea breeze at the shore, kicking the temperatures into the upper 60s to low 70s from long beach island to sea isle city and cape may. we say good-bye to september. the last day of the month of the it's a 180 compared to the rest of the year, temperatures
running a degree and a half above normal. the same thing for rainfall, kind of the opposite, we had a deficit of 2 inches in philadelphia, but the year so far, if you look at the total, we are not in a drought. we are running 6 inches of above it's the topsoil where we need a drink, we have high pressure wedging away from not only the low to the east but the low to the west. the cloud cover and scattered showers are working in tonight and tomorrow. the clouds start to tunnel in from both directions from the east and west. and lancaster county, a few showers late tonight and early tomorrow morning, clouds in play with a couple of scattered showers and the same thing for the afternoon wa with a chance
of a scattered shower. millville 56, lancaster 57, mostly cloudy and again there could be an isolated shower in the western suburbs. your four day at 4:00, mostly cloudy tomorrow and 75 and above normal with a scattered shower in the afternoon. a few breaks of sun on thursday, temperatures hover at 74 degrees and partly sunny and 75 on friday. and friday night into the first half of saturday, a half inch of rain is likely to pull through with the cold front and returning sun and 70 degrees, we'll talk about a brighter and cooler second half of the weekend in the next half hour. >> thank you adam. we are learning more about breaking news, matt pellman mentioned route 1 in delaware, a
serious accident, about one hour ago here, this just south of the christiana mall, and there is word of an injury. >> it's just a mess out there, mangled cars and one person is injured and they were taken to christiana hospital with serious injuries. state route 1, northbound to i-95 northbound is closed right now, commuters are being asked to find alternate
george wore a custom armani tux, a gift from his wife. and a group sang irving berlin, stand by your wife. there is a new mythic mike in town. he landed a role in magic mike, he said i'm getting ready to do something that is making me nervous, will he wear very little and is taking on this role because channing tatum asked him too. >> she has more than 200,000 friends on social media and virtually none in real life. it's the new hit show selfie, and it premiers tonight. that is on tonight at 8:00 and then at 8:30, it's manhattan
love, a romantic couple that meet in the heart of new york city to find out they are complete opposites. then agents of shield. >> my dvr is blowing up with all of these new shows. thank you alicia. a man exercising in broad daylight. what the suspect did when he found out she had no money. >> and a bumbling burglar takes an atm, why it came to a band end. theredelaware just like us. fire companies in the state of something went wrong with the new health care law that threatened to shut us all down,
and then chris coons got involved. chris did one heck of a job. he got senators in both parties to see that there was a problem. they fixed it, so now volunteer fire companies can stay in service. most guys in washington just want to argue.
but our chris coons got results. i'm chris coons and i approve
this message. it's not easy to get things done in washington, but i'm working hard to find common ground. come on! let's hide in the attic. no. in the basement. why can't we just get in the running car? are you crazy? let's hide behind the chainsaws. smart. yeah. ok. if you're in a horror movie,
you make poor decisions. it's what you do. this was a good idea. shhhh. be quiet. i'm being quiet. you're breathing on me! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. head for the cemetery! "action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, alicia vitarelli, shirleen allicot, and brian taff. >> hello again, "action news" continues again with a company that says they are capturing creepers checking out a woman's cleavage for a good cause, we'll explain. >> plus, having trouble get ougt of bed in the morning, grab your tools and set your dvr's, the new invention giving meaning to the term up and adam. and praying in the nfl comes with a 15 yrd penalty. many say yes following penalty
by the nfl. >> we begin tonight in berks county with a pair of thieves that had big plans to steal big money. >> why settle for small change when you can take the whole atm. so how did these thieves drag the dispenser home. it wane your typical withdrawal. big heavy money machine, big blue dumpster, that was this man's plan to haul it away. unknown to him cameras were rolling the whole time. >> he broke the door -- >> andre said a brick was used to smash the door early sunday morning. the atm was stolen. i think anyone would go into the store and steal an atm.
not surprisingly it wasn't a perfect fit and he appears to give up at one point. but comes back and gives it another go, finally succeeding. his lookout, 48-year-old cathy shadleer helped him brag it away. >> i think it's really strange but being on this block it doesn't surprise me at all. >> why? >> we see random stuff going on every time. >> a police officer that was responding to a call saw the activity and cops knocked on the door and shandleer answered they found the machine inside. >> i'm happy they caught the guy. he face a long list of charges but it took only moments for these two to get busted. >> philadelphia police are
trying to get to the bottom of a morbid mystery now as they foub a body in the delaware river by the walt whitman bridge, the body was recovered and brought to the marine unit headquarters, police have k not determine anything not even the sex. now they are asking people to come forward and help themselves the excuse of a mother. barry was gunned down as she walked along the 3200 block of moore street with her 13-year-old daughter and dog nearby. "action news" has confirmed that the mother plead guilty to federal drug charges, they are not yet sure if that played a role in her killing. this is the frightening scene captured on a camera at an overbrook 7-eleven, the masked
men burst into the store on lebanon avenue, guns drawn, one man drawing an a.k. 47 style rifrle. they got away with an unknown amount of cash, don't approach them, just call southwest detectives. officials in north jersey are hope that autopsy results will shed light on the president of cooper health and his wife. john and joyce sheridan were founded in their burned out home sun morning. the former ceo was pronounced dead at the scene and his 69-year-old wife died at the hospital sometime later. an arson task force is assigned. two more local iron workers have pleaded guilty to union violence at a quaker meeting house near philadelphia.
edward sweeney admitted to a role in two fires and extortion attempts. he plead guilty to the extogs -- extortion of a none union character. the king of prussia mall was evacuate after fire broke out there just after 3:00 this afternoon. that is where a construction crew accidentally sparked a small fire on the upper level, the king of prussia fire department quickly put it out. sears and five other stores were evacuated and mall officials say they are expecting to reopen very soon. here is meteorologist, adam joseph, not a day to be in the mall. >> with that sunshine as we take a look now on sky 6 live overlooking the walt whitman bridge, and the cumulous clouds
upstairs, 77, and dew point 55 and winds south at 5 miles per hour and the pressure 29.88. as we head to cape may, the sun is shining and 78 degrees, the dew point is hovering around the 60s so it's comfortable and the ocean is still warm, if you want to head to the shore the first week of october, it's 71 degrees. as we look at the numbers, we see cooler air entering chicago and bismark, only in the 50s with summer taking control from the ohio valley and tennessee valley all the way to the south where dallas is 98 degrees, we'll let you know if summer or fall wins out. they are both in the seven-day forecast. blue was a theme of a big celebration of norwood academy in chestnut hill. the oldest independent elementary school was chosen as a 2014 national blue ribbon
school. the coveted award own goes to schools with high performance in the classroom. blue carnations filled the room today and students got a chance to enjoy a frozen blue treat, outside after the event. >> very good. still ahead, remember the kid that fought to have his cats in his senior photo, he didn't win that battle but his photo got 1,000% more epic. plus penalized for praying and it has the internet buzzing and have the nfl explaining once again. and get out of bed or else, how one clever father would not let his sleepy head have the option of ignoring him in the morning. and adam joseph has the full accuweather forecast when "action news" at 4:00 continues
a man accused of beheading his co-worker in oklahoma could now face the death penalty. alton nolan was charged with first degree murder in last week's savage attack, police say he carried out the beheading at a food processing plan last thursday. after a co-worker complained about him and that worker was stabbed in the attack but he survived. a brazilian hotel employee is recovering after being held hostage for hours on live television. a man forced the victim into the room and handcuffed the worker and made him put on an explosive vestd and paraded him on to the balcony there. he then came handcuffed to the hostage to surrender.
the gun turned out to be a fake but the explosives were real. an unexpected guest on the football field at a college game. a streaker ran across the field and spiked the football at the old dominion game in norfolk, virginia, friday night. he evaded police at first but then they caught up with him. 21-year-old kevin tartiff was arrested and charged with public intoxication and indecent exposure. one companies bid to raise breast cancer awareness is raising eyebrows as well. nestle fitness attached a fitness device to her bra and it calculated how many times men
and women glanced at her breasts. critics say it's a great message but they don't know if that video really worked. here at the big board, with the big talkers and big controversy over the fact that a player was penalized after a prayer pose. we have seen tim t bow do it many times but he got in trouble. >> husain abdullah all the way home! kansas city touch down! >> he is a devout muslim and was slapped with a 15 yard penalty for excessive celebration. andy reid had this to say. >> within grew to mecca you should be able to slide in i where you want to slide. >> the nfl has since backtracked saying that abdullah should not have been penalized.
a national muslim group now offering the nfl sensitivity traini training. remember the high school student that wanted to use this picture of him and his cat as his yearbook photo. rodriguez and his side kick got his wish, it will make the yearbook not as the other photo but it will be in there and so will this. a second shot with his principal and her dog vivian. she loved the photo so much she had to join in. celebrities were tweeting out his picture and the blog site tumbler, wanted to sponsor his personal page. >> how about that. and is this a saving graze for all the snoozeaholics out there. do you have trouble getting out of bed? here is a way to get kicked out.
jaily dixon could never get his kid out of bed, he added a remote control device to his bed, it tilts the mattress until the person slides off or is booted off. it's based on a hospital bed that dixon found on craigslist, he made a new switch and controller, watch it, the instructions are on microsoft's award blog. >> time for school! you could set two alarms or get more sleep. >> have you to put a second mattress on the floor -- >> so you don't have a black eye on the way to school. matt pellman is in the traffic center with an update for us. >> put one next to my bathtub. and get me going the right way. are you being kicked out here,
the ramp from 95 northbound that is not open at this point because of crash we showed you a bit ago by the christiana mall, that ramp is shut down and normally it's a very busy ramp, if you are coming north from dover and odessa and bear, i'd bail out and work your way to 896 and head to newark that way. the ramp from highway 1 northbound at the christiana mall, the flyover ramp is shut down because of that nasty accident this afternoon. in hoe kes enwe have the tree blocking the road and one possibility around that, and claymont around the wilmington trust bank, watch for a crash at manor avenue. and 95 in delco headed towards the blue route, they are continuing to do the money construction. this is the southbound ramp to the northbound side of 476.
this will be out here until tomorrow morning. slow speeds elsewhere on 95 and the schuylkill and watch for a crash at montgomery avenue at wynnewood avenue by the main wood reform temple. >> thank you matt. we want to remind you now about our new tool at "action news," we call it chopper 6-360, it gives you control over the video you see from chopper 6, you can use your tablet or smart phone or computer to take in any direction you so choose. we have an app for your phone or tablet to make it work. head to 6abc.com/chopper 6 for instructions and links. that is a live look from chopper 6, you can head there and download it now and pla
romantic moment. attaching locks to the bridge's railing. they captured her shock but as she retrieved the ring she fell, landing on a platform below the bridge. luckily two nypd officers were nearby, one stopped traffic while the other retrieved the ring. one they had it back hairs proposed again and saider yesterday yes. >> that is why they are new york's finest. >> now to the accuweather forecast, kind of a good one. >> it's beautiful out there, we had the sunshine today and temperatures one again above normal. we will switch gears as we switch to october. as we look to the action cam in fairmont park, we have some of the summer flowers in bloom with that fall sunshine going to work
and trying harder and harder as we go into the month of october to keep warm. the accuweather live lineup. and double scan live entering the western suburbs, and the warm temperatures this last day of september, most of us dry mixing with cloud cover, but the far western reaches of you viewing area, a couple of sprinkles entering lancaster county as it bumps away from york pennsylvania, it's very light and could -- 77 in allentown and reading and 76 in wilmington, cooler at the shore with a wind coming out of the northeast, we carve the temperatures back to beach haven and trenton a big difference, sfeshlly just over buck county, it's 5 to 7 degrees above trenton. as we look at satellite and radar, a wedge of dry air with
moisture moving away into southern new england and the spin north of pittsburgh west of buffalo, that is low pressure that will work it's way over new york city throughout the day tomorrow. and the surface low is down to the south in baltimore and washington, so 75 tomorrow and the low is nearby we'll see a lot of cloud cover and limited sunshine and a spotty shower, and that low continues to pull to the east and what that will do is wedge a northeasterly wind on thursday, 74 degrees and we'll have a lot of low clouds to start your thursday, going to look ominous, and really no rain and afternoon sunshine trying to pop out. as we look at the forecast tonight, temperature wise, 58 to 61, mostly cloudy and again an isolated shower in the isolated showers. tomorrow we start off mild for october. we should start in the 50s and close to 70 by 11:00 in the morning despite the heavy cloud
cover, and more clouds in the afternoon with a spotty shower and temperatures around 72. your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 75 tomorrow afternoon and some breaks of sun on thursday. especially in the afternoon of 74 degrees, a decent day friday of 75 and staying above normal for the first days of october. but then that comes to a screeching halt and then returning sun saturday afternoon a cool breeze on sunday, good day for football 65 degrees, we stay above normal monday into tuesday. seasonable with a degree or two off. >> looking good. >> we are helping you decode the 411 on your car, what are you
theredelaware just like us. fire companies in the state of something went wrong with the new health care law that threatened to shut us all down, and then chris coons got involved. chris did one
heck of a job. he got senators in both parties to see that there was a problem. they fixed it, so now volunteer fire companies can stay in service. most guys in washington just want to argue. but our chris coons got results. i'm chris coons and i approve this message. it's not easy to get things done in washington, but i'm working hard to find common ground.
time to save with 6 abc and nothing is more frustrating to a car owner that discovering peeling paint or a leaking sun roof or a car that isn't very old. here is nydia han with the 911 on hid and warranties. getting your car repainted could cost thousands of dollars but if -- could be painted for free even if the car is not under warranty. but taking advantage of untised programs. they cause kaul them service actions but consumers think of them as secret or hidden warranties and lots of cars have them. 2006 honda civics, if the paint is cracking they extended it to seven years with no mileage
limit and general motors suv, the faulty sensor could mean that the fuel gauge is inaccurate. >> they will replace it for free or reimburse you if have you already paid for the repair. >> some notice prematt your wear you should get a letter from the manufacturer with these offers but if you bought the car used that might not happen. >> call the dealership with the year, make and model, and ask for potential service campaigns to address your problem. i'm nydia han, channel 6 "action news." an iowa couple is getting a whole lot of attention today for leaving their server a massive tip. mackenzie and steven shultz left
a $100 tip on a 60 dollar check they waited over an hour for their food. they said it was not the poor waiter's fault, he was managing 10 tables at once and bartending, another server called out sick and they said we have both been in your shoes before, so pay it forward. you have to hear the whole story and it makes a lot of sense. >> for brian taff, alicia vitarelli, and adam joseph, i'm shirleen allicot, brian and i along with ducis rogers, will be back tonight for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17. now here is rick williams and monica malpass with a look ahead. >> new clues in the search for a wanted gunman, "action news" is live with the details. >> and an off-duty police
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. and we are beginning with d breaking news tonight, the first case of ebola virus confirmed in the united states, officials said that a patient in a dallas, texas, hospital has the virus. >> he is in isolation at a health presbyterian hospital after being admitted with symptoms of disease. they are not releasing details about the patient or where the ebola virus may have been contracted. meantime, we have other breaking news. >> from conshohocken montgomery county tonight, chopper 6 is over the scene where an accidentsal shooting of some sort has occurred at the
montgomery county public safety training center, this is conshohocken, montgomery county, details are still coming in but apparently a person was shot and has been air lifted to a nearby hospital, the details we are trying to determine for you. but apparently someone accidentally shot here at this safety training center, we are trying to get the condition of the victim. you can see medical units at the scene and an ambulance there as well. the investigation is underway and as to what unfolded here we'll try to get more information for you and get it to you. new clues tonight in the manhunt for eric frein, is he wanted for allegedly shooting two pennsylvania state troopers, killing one of them. authorities have fresh evidence and they believe she are zeroing