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destruction tonight the fans charge him with bombing attacks in ocean count city north jersey and new york city and should know he was a threat and got a warning from his own father tuesday night jim is off i'm rick williams and the story on action news is untangingly a web of possible terror ties in the u.s., live in the satellite center right now is action news reporter dan with the latest development tonight, dan. rick listen to in the sounds of the bombs will be heard in the streets. that is what authorities say was written in tjournal found on th bombing aspect and the feds add charges against them using weapons of mass destruction. this chilling new surveillance video shows him with a suitcase on new york city streets minutes before he was allegedly about to plant the bombs. one urgent question remaining tonight did he have help? his wife left the u.s. three
months ago was stopped at the airport in dubai and questioned extensively by the f.b.i. >> if he had help in the endeavor and taken time to get the materials to put the bombs together >> warnings came from his father who told reporters he met with the f.b.i. with a dispute and called his own son a terrorist. he is a terrorist. >> why did you call him a terrorist because of what happened. >> he is doing bad. >> why is he doing bad? >> he hurt my son and hurt my wife and i put him to jail two years ago. >> f.b.i. says lather he recanted terrorist allegations and the case was closed after ahmad khan rahami was caught this a shoot out with police and found a journal with anti-american rants and for the cleric who inspired so many u.s.
terror plots and killed in 2011 by a u.s. drone strike and key to the investigation is the year long trip to pakistan and officials are reviewing photos from the trip pasted on facebook. his mother left the u.s. last month and not certain where he is and focusing on one other brother who they believe is in afghanistan and has substantial influence on the suspected bomber, i'm dan with channel six action news. >> dan thank you a north philadelphia mother admits she tried to join i.s.i.s. and plead guilty today to federal charges of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. 32-year-old thomas faces up to 15 years behind bars and quarter million fine when she is sentenced in january and only action news was there when the f.b.i. raided her home in march of last year prosecutors alleged that thomas brought tickets to plan to seek in syria marry a
jihadist and even volunteer for a suicide mission. a sergeant released from the hospital and home tonight after she was ambushed in her patrol care for days ago and a sea of blue grated sylvia young when she left the hospital in a wheelchair and emotion on her face to see a reception from her comrades and young survived 18 bullets fired at her in east philadelphia primarily thanks to her ballistic vest. >> she is here to receive the warm welcoming. >> officer jet jessie heart net was there to support her and knows what she is going through and survived one this past january and both wounded officers say they want to return to the force as soon as their physical and psychological scars heal. in northeast philadelphia it's a bizarre crash investigation by
city detectives where the man who was run down by a driver may turn out to be the agressor and we are joined by jeannette tonight, jeannette. >> rick it really is a strange story police say this is a robbery that quickly turned on the perpetrator after the victim ran him over with his car. we are told the suspect is now in the hospital fighting for his life. philadelphia police say the man they found badly injured outside of the wells fargo at busselton and bly avenue seem to be the victim of a hit-and-run and that theory quickly fell apart. >> doing their investigation found a knife on the scene. police called in northeast detectives to try and track down the suspect or rather the victim as they would later learned and lived a few blocks away. >> the operator came out to police and identified himself. >> the driver shared a bizarre tale that was almost hard to
believe and says he drove up to the wells fargo atm at 11:00 with his wife and small child in the car. as his money came out a 49-year-old armed with a gun jumped out and snatched the money. a couple hundred dollars. he drove off then remembered he left his card in the atm. he would return and encounter the man get, this time with a knife in hand. >> at that point the man was struck by the car, during the course of that being struck the male also stabbed the windshield with a large knife. >> driver tells police he fled because he i'm greated from portugal a month ago and not familiar with the country laws and feared he would be arrested and diana says she doesn't buy the story. >> i want the proof. i want the video and why was he hit so hard if she was robbing somebody i don't understand how he can get in front of the car, it doesn't make sense to me. >> and police say they do have plenty of proof, in fact, they
have several surveillance camera videos that support the victim's story and we are told the suspect is in pretty serious condition and massive head injuries and not known if he will pull there and police say when he does he will be charged with armed robbery jeannette with channel six action news rick. >> thank you from our new jersey newsroom tonight a story we broke exclusively this afternoon, investigation is looking into allegations that trenton police officers brought a prostitute into the k-9 unit's headquarters this is the building here on the 1200 of east state street surrounded by a chain link fence and an officer allegedly concealed the woman's identity from cameras mounted outside but was seen on surveillance inside. >> the fact of the matter is i will not tolerate any activities conducted in my office that you know my officers are involved in, that is going to reflect
poorly on this city or on this police department. >> authorities will not confirm whether the officers remain on active duty right now. cell phone video obtained by action news shows a purported fight between an english teacher and a student and the two punch and kick each other in the hallway of lincoln high school in northeast philadelphia and the teacher had to get stitches and police charged the student with assault, investigation will determine what if any discipline the teacher will face and law enforcement says it happened when the student was late to class and teacher confronted trying to call security. asian business owners in the philadelphia hope the police in the city will do more to keep them safe and there have been break-ins targeting arc sian business owners and today in center city the greater philadelphia chinese restaurant association hosted a meeting to address the issue.
district attorney seth williams talked with concerns citizens. >> today we are here to talk about something very serious. it's protecting you, your family, your coworkers, your friends. >> city leaders will present a resolution this week to hold a public safety hearing on the problem. the che rshg io police department wants to do more to improve their relationship with the community and tonight police officers residents and leaders all attended a meeting at the church and was a panel discussion where guests discussed different ways they can work to skrjustice and equay and showing compassion, coming together with prominent african men to discuss sacrifice and success from professional athletes to business men and authors and actors were part of a special program aimed at motivating young men to stay in school and christie has the
story. >> was your dad there for you. >> the questions were personal. >> watching the games and what happened. >> what it takes forum a youth event aimed to motivate boys to stay in school with professionals and proathletes like jenkins like gold. >> sending kids issues and really to give them the you know blue print of how we got to where we are at that is knowledge we want to pass to the next generation. >> 24 hours earlier eagles safety joined another conversation this time protesting police violence against minorities with fist raised during the national anthem. what message does that send to the younger generation that is watching those games? >> what i want to get across is people or minorities and especially african/americans in this country get destroyed when you talk about social justice and the criminal justice system
and but that is just the history of our country and so although we have come a long way there are some things that still need to be changed and so we need to be addressed. >> issues panelists say starts with keeping urban youth engaged and in school. >> i know one thing and put all your time and effort into it and i promise when you look back you will be glad you did it. >> i feel like i can take anybody's job after this family. >> i know this instead of hanging out with my friends. >> remarkably enough since 2009 urban youth reached about 3,000 students with this annual forum and as for jenkins he says he is prepared to continue this protest for the rest of the season. christie with channel six action news. and still to come on action news tonight an american spy plane goes down and learned what happened to the pilot and also donald trump's new comments on african/americans are raising eyebrows tonight and why he says people in afghanistan are better
off. and the cryptic reason angelina jolie says she can no longer stay married to brad pitt and what will happen to the kids? cecily. >> fall officially arrives thursday morning but this is the air mass that is heading in could it feel like summer and i'm tracking a dramatic cool down and let you know when in the accuweather forecast. health check fighting peanut allergies with peanuts and jamie has the latest on eagles player lane johnson and a substance abuse scandal when action news continues tonight.
african/american neighbors were never worse off than today. >> we are going to rebuild our inner cities because our african/american communities are absolutely in the worst shape that they have ever been in before, ever, ever, ever and you take a look at the inner cities you get no education, you get no jobs, you get shot walking down the street, they are worse, i mean honestly places like afghanistan are safer than some of our inner cities. >> meanwhile trump's charity under scrutiny the washington post is reporting that trump used more than $250,000 from his charities to settle personal lawsuits which could be a legal violation and hillary clinton is off as she prepared for monday's presidential debate and may have picked up a remarkable endorsement, abc news and cnn
says the former president george h.w. bush intends to vote for clinton and michelle obama will stump for clinton here in philadelphia next wednesday. the ceo of wells fargo apologized to customers after the bank allegedly opened millions of unauthorized accounts to meet sales targets and john stump appeared before the banking committee this morning more than 5,000 employees have been feared over the scandal but none were senior executives. during the hearing senator elizabeth warren slammed stump saying he should have resigned. >> but you squeezed your employees to the breaking point so they would cheat customers and you could drive up the value of your stock and put hundreds of millions of dollars in your own pocket. >> the bank was fined $185 million earlier this month. wells fargo says it will contact customers so they can review
their accounts with a personal banker. american pilot killed and another injured after they ejected from the spy plane and crashed in a northern california mountain rains and were on a training mission this morning and did not say whether the ejector seat parachute deployed properly or if they hit debris on their way down. one of hollywood's most famous couples is splitting up actress angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt, an attorney said the decision was made for quote the health of the family. the couple's relationship started during the filming of the 2005 movie mr. and mrs. smith. they finally wed in france back in 2014 and jolie filed for physical custody of their six children and requesting pitt get visitation and health check at 11:00 mounting evidence that exposing kids to peanut butter and eggs as babies can prevent food allergies in the future and used to be doctors urged parents
to hold off but that thinking has changed apparently a new large scale review said introducing eggs at 4-6 and peanuts 4-11 months old sharply cut allergy risk and peanuts should not be whole but in a food formulated for babies and of course best to address this plan with a pediatrician first. 10 million certainly is not peanuts and that is how much a delaware high school will receive as winners of a national contest. design lab high school in newark is one of the most unique charter schools and one of item ten schools chosen for a 10 million grant and come from the xq institute chaired by the widow of steve jobs who of course founded apple and the money will help continue their innovative educational programs. very nice. all right nice day today and still on the warm side. >> yes, it's hard to believe
that fall officially arrives in less than 36 hours but the summer weather is holding on a few days longer than that and storm tracker six live double scan showing rain free conditions out there so the action cam along the avenue this evening nice night for a stroll, don't need a jacket and really don't need a jacket at all. a bit on the muggy side and temperatures still warm and 75 in philadelphia down from our high of 82 which is five degrees above normal despite all the clouds, millville and wilmington 72 degrees allentown a little cooler and 67 and reddening 68 degrees and dew points show you it's still very muggy especially along i-95 and areas south and east and philadelphia dew point 68 degrees very humid and millville and dover and cape may humid and allentown humid and 63 satellite six with action ra radar if you look at the spin
this is the remnants of tropical storm julia and what it's doing it's throwing some debris clouds our way and pushing in the moisture in the form of the highest humidity and that higher humidity tonight will be lasting into the morning hours so the bus stop forecast showing warm and muggy with some areas of patchy fog and 69 and what happens as we head through the day high pressure kind of flexing its muscles and that means the humidity levels will be dropping through the day and be brighter than today and sunny north and west of philadelphia and with that sunshine it's going to be warmer 86 degrees that is about 10 degrees above average and thursday as tall arrives this high pressure actually ex anding mostly sunny skies again 86 degrees likely even a couple degrees warmer on friday, if you want that fall feeling it will be arriving on sunday, the high pressure near the hudson bay will bring us
unseasonably cool weather and fall weather arriving just about three days behind schedule and the tropical storm carl maximum winds 40 miles per hour and about a thousand miles southeast of bermuda and looks like this will come close on the weekend as a strong category one hurricane or category two hurricane the latest track does shift it a little bit east of bermuda but could bring high winds and heavy rain to bermuda so the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast back at home partly sunny and warm and humidity dropping through the day tomorrow and 86 fall arrives on thursday no sign of it 86 and friday the first full day of fall definitely summer like. 88 degrees but heading through the weekend we do have some changes a cold front will roll through on saturday, this will drop the high to about 80 degrees, could have an isolated shower i think most aers will be dry and sunday you like that crisp football weather for the eagles game we have it and
breezy and cooler and 72. monday seasonable and loads of sunshine and 74 degrees and tuesday clouds with some sun warming up a little with a high of 76 that is the accuweather seven day forecast but rick we have something very exciting and we have been talking about it and we will take viewers in the forecast showing how data is gathered and vital for the forecast you see everyday and adam and i today were inflating our very own weather balloon and around the world twice a day at the exact same moment 80 ocan you imagine 800 weather balloons like this one are launched in the air and balloons fill with helium and climb 100,000 to the strastiphere and measuring conditions as it extends and this is a weather beak and temperature pressure and wind speed. >> why adam likes it. >> i like it too and record it with a flight computer and gps
which helps us retrieve everything when the balloon pops and par shoots back to earth and also have a go procamera and record the whole thing and will take you in the forecast live tomorrow morning starting at action news at 4:30 and karen rogers is launching the weather balloon and a lot of teachers will record it and show it to their students, a teachable moment it's like christmas for our weather department. >> christmas okay cecily thank you very much and breaking news and take you to charlotte, north carolina where protests and demonstrations are ignited following the shooting, a police shooting of a man here again charlotte north carolina apparently police were looking for a suspect and at an apartment complex where they encountered a man with a gun and opened fire and the man was shot and killed, this happened about 4:00 this afternoon and since then again there have been demonstrations and police protests massive police protests and not sure if there has been
any violence and not even sure of the race of the man who was killed but again apparently quite a bit of community unrest, this is one of the television choppers over the scene right now as we are trying to monitor the situation but again protests and demonstrations have ignited in charlotte, north carolina following the police shooting of a man. we will continue to monitor the situation and bring you more information as it becomes available to us. we will be right back. ♪ katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy,
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time for sports and jamie in for ducis rodgers and we should talk about the eagles undefeated record but it's johnson. >> we finally have a quarterback to build around and have to protect him and sure enough today comes word on the right tackle and lane johnson is in appeals protestify for violating the substance abuse process for the second time and hearing set for october 4 and he will be able to play against the steelers sunday and a bye after that and should he lose the appeal his suspension starts the
ninth and barber move to right tackle likely and john said on national t.v. philadelphia has themselves a quarterback and kwar son wentz 21 and 34 for 190 yards and touchdown in the third quarter and ryan matthews scored twice for the eagles and the running game was not on par with the 29-14 win wentz is the first quarterback in history to win the first two games with zero turn overs in the process. >> we pride ourselves on just controlling the ball and making smart decisions and being aggressive and being calculated with that and thoughing when to take your chances. >> with monday night football and thursday practice is the same thing we will come out and be poisoned and make his reasons and make great decisions and glad everyone got to see it on the national stage. >> hope the mojo were with the phillies with a two game series and proof we are the city of
brotherly love and first inning herrara two run home run and 3-4 and phillies look to brake it open in the sixth and roman quinn knocked to two and put phillies 7-3 and things got dicy in the ninth inning and go ahead run and michael marriott and gomez gets the ground to end it and phillies beat ,$8drw
temple owls preparing for a home coming match up with charlotte and business through a tough practice and owls town 1-2 with the loss to penn state over the weekend and a game they could have or should have won and 13 penalties and 118 yards and why they didn't and coach admits it's a case where they beat themselves. >> self inflicting wounds and we will be fine and have a good football team and the approach is like everyone settle down and play and do your job and relax. >> don't forget to catch temple play book on saturday morning and had a chance to sit down with the coach saturday 9:45 a.m. here on channel six. >> jimmy kimmel is next and the guests are washington and mini driver and music from usher and we can't at 4:30 with edwards and metrologist murphy and of course they will launch that big
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