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Feb 27, 2012 2:45am EST
that george and jennifer first met fellow passenger josh askin, a 20-year-old from laguna hills, california, cruising with his family. keith greer is josh askin's attorney. >> they hailed a cab together and headed off into florence. that's when they first talked and got to know each other. >> reporter: on day five of the cruise, the newlyweds planned a short excursion by themselves on the greek island. >> george loves greece and he just couldn't wait to get off the boat that day. so the two of us had, you know, walked around for a little bit, and it was just such a breathtaking place that we were saying, god, i can't wait to come back here. >> reporter: the cream on the top of a very cool day for george was a celebrity sighting of tara reid as she taped a tv show. >> so excited. apparently he was like a little boy getting to meet a movie star. >> reporter: who could have guessed that the last happy snaps of george smith were being taken that very day. final photos for a family album and a final shout-out e-mail. >> just said, i'm having the time of my life. he said, don't get in
NBC
Jan 25, 2013 9:00pm EST
medically in dire straits. >> the woman rushed into the emergency room was barbara george, she was an enthusiastic softball and volley ballplayer. they were pumping the woman's chest in rapid bursts. one e.r. nurse was kris kehoe. >> after 15 minutes it was all over. a doctor pronounced barb george, the mother of two dead. it was up to nurse kehoe to clean up the body for the pham willy to view. that's when she saw it. >> when we were straightening up her hair we noticed blood on the top of her head. i noticed there was a small hole. my first thought as a nurse was that it had to be a bullet hole there. >> imagine that, barbara george, the nice woman behind the counter, shot. >> shot in the head and it couldn't happen to such a good person. >> back at the comic bookshop, friends and family showed up for her united states had, the singing of happy birthday and all of the superheroes from his beloved marvel and action comics looking on. all those guests now stunned to find the party turned into a crime scene. and barb, the hostess, was dead. >> when we return, what could be two key c
NBC
Jan 6, 2012 10:00pm EST
in a haunting, headline-making case. it's been more than six years since george smith vanished from a honeymoon cruise in the mediterranean. no one has ever been arrested, and the investigation has at times seemed to grind to a halt. but now "dateline" has obtained exclusive access to never-before-seen documents, photos and depositions that may offer tantalizetion new clues to what really happened on that ship. here's dennis murphy. >> i happened to look at the cover of the lifeboats. it looked like red blood. >> a missing honeymooner george smith. >> that's when i heard a horrific thud. >> missing, presumed dead. >> she has no idea what happened. i'm not letting her go to jail. >> she's not! >> reporter: in a twitter fight, captivated cable-driven news cycle, events of even a month ago can seem like ancient history. so here's a memory jog from years back. the missing groom, a beautiful blonde bride, her good-looking bride. in mysterious fashion he went overboard on their honeymoon. remember them? george smith and jennifer hagel. his mother does and always will. >> he made our famil
NBC
Aug 28, 2009 9:00pm EDT
happy lives for themselves. jennifer, to no one's surprise, had married a jock, george allan smith iv, the son of a family that has run a very successful liquor store in wealthy greenwich, connecticut. george was a big guy, 6' 2" over 200-pounds. coach bob darula recalls a good linebacker and a nice kid at greenwich high. >> very likeable, quiet young man, coachable, ya know? very dry sense of humor. always had a nice smile, ya know? >> reporter: george had graduated from babson college in massachusetts with a business degree, a background he hoped to bring to the family store when his father retired. >> george did like to go out and have a good time. >> reporter: shawn keenan lived two doors down from george smith at babson. a friend he remembers as a well-buffed mass of muscles. they lifted weights together almost every day. >> in a group situation he had a tough exterior but he definitely liked being around people. he just was the kind of guy that liked to have a lot of fun, kind of a prankster. you know, not the class clown or anything but definitely, you know, liked to have fun w
NBC
Oct 5, 2009 2:30am EDT
until 4:10 or so is a primary piece of information in the on going investigation into george smith's disappearance. >> a little after 4:00 in the morning, we were awakened by what i would call a loud cheering. simply like a college drinking game. this happened two different times. >> reporter: the deputy chief was awakened by what he thought were six loud voices at the exact same time that is josh's lawyer told the story george and his drinking buddies had returned from a fruitless search for jennifer who had gone missing. the chief then a 31-year police veteran with a number of homicide investigations under i had belt reflexively noted the time, called the security office to complain about the noisy party and banged on the wall. all to no avail. >> after a couple minutes, we heard voices outside the door of the smith cabin. i don't recall pulling the door open. i assumed they were leaving the party. but that was just my impression at the time. >> reporter: for a few minutes, the next door cabin quieted down. male voices in normal conversation. the chief couldn't for the most part ma
NBC
Feb 27, 2011 7:00pm EST
a walton and her just retired husband, george, keeping a long-ago promise to celebrate more than 30 years of happy marriage. >> he always said he's going to take me again on a boat trip. and we were looking forward to it. >> kareen wynter was excited too. she had been on a cruise when she'd been a little girl. married with two kids of her own, the chance for time away with her husband was too good to pass up. >> sometimes you have to escape with her children, right? >> absolutely. it's the clubs, get out the evening wear. >> you were thinking it would be just like the one you were on when you were a little girl? >> yes, i did. >> and at first, it feels. the sun, the teeming buffet, the nightly stage shows, comedy, music, magic. robin bulkman was one of the magicians onboard. so tell me about the kind of magic you do. >> i'll show you a little trick. >> hey, that's good. but suddenly the magic of the trip vanished. the weather returned. the oceanos turned out of cape town through an ugly sea. >> couldn't believe the size of the waves. it's very scary to watch. >> as it retraced the r
NBC
May 23, 2010 7:00pm EDT
, unafraid. there were, for example, gerta walton and her just retired husband george, keeping a long-ago promise to celebrate more than 30 years of happy marriage. >> he always said he would take me on a boat trip and we were looking forward to it. >> karen winter was excited, too. she'd been on a cruise when she was a little girl, now married with two kids of her own, the chance for some time away with her husband was too good to pass up. >> sometimes you have to escape from your children, right? >> absolutely. you know, your cruise is always the clothes and get out the eveningwear. >> and you were thinking it would be just like the one you were on when you were a little girl? >> yes, i did. >> and at first, it was. the sun, the teaming buffet and the nightly stage shows, comedy, music, magic. robin boltman was one of the magicians onboard. so tell me about the kind of magic you do. >> i'll show you one. i'll show you a little trick. to get a nut off anything. >> yes? hey, that's pretty good. but suddenly the magic of the trip vanished. it was the half way mark, the weather turned. a va
NBC
Jun 17, 2011 10:00pm EDT
who moved from ohio to florida when their two children were young. cindy worked as a nurse. george had been a sheriff's deputy who worked in security. they settled into an orlando subdivision where their home on hopespring drive was a model of manicured manicured suburbia. manicured suburbia. she was bringing up baby as her parents told "dateline" in 2008. >> she's a very strong mother. she's always took care of her daughter, made her very smart, i think very attentive for her age. >> the young mom got life line support from her parents. with no dad in the picture or on the birth records, she lived at home. when she'd gotten pregnant at 18, family friends would look back later and think it strange that no one in the anthony household would acknowledge, even seven months on, that casey was having a baby. correspondent and former prosecutor beth karas is covering the case for the trutv network. >> cindy's a nurse and denied it. she said, she's just bloated. >> true crime writer, host on investigation discovery, thinks that's the case. >> the fact that their daughter would be pregnant
NBC
Jul 8, 2011 9:00pm EDT
devastated, the defendant's parents, cindy and george anthony. >> i need to have something inside of me get through this. >> their daughter, charged with first-degree murder, had pleaded not guilty to suffocating caylee with duct tape in june of 2008. >> this is the ultimate american tragedy, the ultimate american nightmare. that's what this is. >> the child's skeletal remains were found near the home where she'd been raised and by all accounts loved, wrapped in plastic garbage bags, dumped in a wooded side of the road filled with trash and litter. >> please keep your voices down. let's try and keep it to a minimum. >> after six weeks of testimony, a case that ran to 25,000 pages, the jury of seven women and five men, after a little over ten hours of deliberations, announced it had reached a verdict in this death penalty case. >> and we have breaking news, the associated press is now reporting -- >> the crowd outside was electrified by the news, learning the verdict would be read in open court in 45 minutes. >> pick a side, pick a spot, pick somewhere else, but don't block the sidewa
NBC
Mar 25, 2012 7:00pm EDT
shot. >> in my heart i have no reason to believe george zimmerman is a racist. >> and hard questions about whether race did play a role. >> would this have happened if tray were not african-american? >> what happened to trayvon martin? >>> she's selling health insurance and it sounds great. >> no deductible. >> no deductibles and not much else either as she discovered at her doctor's office. >> she's like, do you have another form of health insurance. yours refuses to cover anything. >> it is health insurance that seems to offer real benefits, but -- >> in reality, it is almost worthless. >> tonight, it's all caught on "dateline's" hidden cameras, the hard sell that leads to heart break. >> you're taking my dignity from me. >>> plus, a "dateline" story ten years in the making. a soldier off to war. >> did you lose some friends? >> back home, we showed you his new battle to find work. they were watching. >> it was really our time to pay something back. >> they hired this veteran. >> my name is charles. >> then they hired two more. >> they embraced the task. we have been amazed. >> tom
NBC
Aug 5, 2011 9:00pm EDT
ferguson was misbehaving in a local college hangout named -- >> by george. >> by george? >> yeah. >> it sounds like a bar in a college town, doesn't it? >> it does. >> misbehaving. ryan was there with a high school classmate, chuck erickson. they were 17 years old. >> it's pretty young to get into a bar. >> it was a college town. that's the way people live in college towns. everybody wanted to be in the mix, hang out. >> ryan and chuck had an in with the college crowd. ryan's sister kelly was a senior at the university of missouri. it was she who invited him. >> by george was known for the costume parties. it was pretty much the biggest party in town. >> she would come to regret this, of course. >> if it wasn't for me, he wouldn't have been downtown. >> but at the time, it was so much fun. >> got in, started dancing, having a good time. >> outside, the music carried through empty streets. to the city room of the "columbia daily tribune" where a very green reporter, michael boyd, was on deadline. >> deadline, got to meet the deadline. halloween night. >> boyd's assignment was to write ab
NBC
Aug 31, 2009 10:00pm EDT
tried to confirm the tip word was spreading. eddie george is a friend and former teammate. >> i want to you take me back to july 4th. >> it was an eerie day. i got a phone call from friends saying, have you heard that steve was shot at a party last night? i said, come on man, that doesn't sound right. >> joseph walker is the mcnair family minister and friend. >> the news was scattered and it was involved. text messages coming back and forth about what might have happened. maybe steve had been shot, but, you know, maybe some fight had taken place. maybe he'd be shot in the arm. nobody thought the worst. >> but back at the apartment, medical examiner lee knew at that worst had happened. >> i responded to the scene and i saw two victims, one male and one female. the male victim was obviously mr. mcnair. i recognized him right away. >> mcnair's wife mechelle was at home. pastor watkins arrived just minutes later when police notified her of mcnair's death. >> i think there was a sense of denial. and it became very, very real. all i got to do is embrace mechelle and embrace the boy. a
NBC
Aug 17, 2012 10:00pm EDT
named george solomon in moon lake about an hour to the north. >> he did go up to where he was staying. this is confirmed through interviews with george as well as george's girlfriend. >> george gave us a timeline that was consistent with what permentor gave us. >> tim's story checked out and he came clean on something right from the start. he had a record. he had done time. >> early on in your life, you get involved in trouble. what was going on? >> i was running an escort service. got stupid. started it up small basically running an ad out of a newspaper. getting a small office and it just expanded from there. >> what kind of money? >> i was grossing about sto$6,0 to $7,000 a day. >> that was the trap. >> why am i going to school making this kind of money. >> for ended up in a gun fight? >> yes, sir. >> tim was worried he would be painted as a bad guy right away because of his sorted past. he promised to cooperate in every way possible. but cops took him up on it. >> i allowed them to photograph me and removed all my clothing and allowed them to go to my home and take anything they w
NBC
Jul 18, 2011 2:30am EDT
george for america's comfort heating and cooling do the same? he quickly finds the loose fuses, pushes them back in and does his inspection. but instead saying the job's done, he has some bad news. >> you have a leak somewhere. >> her system, he says, is leaking freon. the coolant inside the system. but how would he know? testing a leak is a long and complicated process, something george didn't do. >> there's a leak? >> 100% there's a leak. >> george says dealing with a leak could get expensive. especially if it's in the snaking coil where it circulates. >> you're looking at $1500 to fix the coil. either we can look for it, if it's no the coil it's not worth it. just getting the whole thing. >> then there's the cost of adding freon. >> you're looking at probably about $1900. >> and how about the cost of repair compare to getting a new unit? >> that's $3,826. >> what do we need to do? >> i would replace. >> okay. we're talking the whole thing. all right. stay here and i'll be right back. >> okay. >> it's time for me to have a chat with george. >> george, chris. what exactly is wrong wit
NBC
Sep 5, 2011 2:30am EDT
former boss. president george w. bush. here's nbc correspondent jamie gangel. >> this is going to make a lot of people angry. >> there are going to be heads exploding all over washington. >> he may be laughing but he's not kidding. if you're looking for dick cheney to back down, apologize, pull punches, you've come to the wrong place. >> you don't give an inch. correct? >> basically correct, yes. >> whatever you think of him, here's earned these superlatives. the most powerful vice president in history. one of the most experienced. probably the most controversial. in your view, we should still be using enhanced interrogation? >> yes. >> should we still be waterboarding terror suspects? >> i would strongly support using it again if we had a high-value detainee and that was the only way we could get limb to talk. >> people call it torture. you think it should still be a tool? >> yes. >> secret prisons. >> yes. >> wiretapping. >> well, with the right approval. >> you say it is one of the things are you proudest of and you would do it again in a heartbeat. >> it was controversial at t
NBC
Jan 2, 2012 2:50am EST
london. people were alarmed by the size of him. there weren't many options. ♪ ♪ >> and then we met george adamson, his wife joy adamson had written the book "born free" and it was a film that was hugely popular and he was that man who knew more about lions than anyone else in the world offering to rehabilitate christian. >> he believed you could have an extraordinary emotional attachment to lions. >> before we could get him to africa there was a lot of legalese, that would have to go on in kenya because the concept of bringing a lion to africa was rather alien. surely, we have enough lions in africa. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> for the first few days christian did spend a lot of time on the camp bed and we were quite worried that we had totally spoiled him. it took quite a while for him to assimilate. first of all, he had too much coat. he would fit, but not fighting fit, not african fit. >> it was so beautiful to be in africa where we could just walk down to the river with him in the evenings, and him just lolling and hanging out with him. we could see george was enjoying him and beginning to appreci
NBC
Feb 26, 2012 7:00pm EST
. people were alarmed by the size of him. >> there weren't many options. >> and then we met george adamson. his wife, joy adamson had written the book "born free," which was made into a movie wildly popular. here was a man who knew more about lions than anybody else in the world and offered to rehabilitate christian. >> he believed you could have an extraordinary emotional attachment to lions. >> before we could even get him to africa, there was a lot of legalese that had to go on. the concept of bringing a lion to africa was rather alien. surely, we have enough lions in africa. africa. >> for the first few days, christian did spend a lot of time on the camp beds and we were worried we had spoiled him. >> first of all, he had too much coat. he was fit, but not fighting fit. not african fit. >> it was so beautiful to be in africa, where we could just walk down to the river with him in the evening, him just lulling, just hanging out with him. we could see that george was enjoying him, was beginning to appreciate him. >> we were out there for several months and, after a while, george
NBC
May 13, 2012 7:00pm EDT
case, the defendant george zimmerman may testify there. as for jorge, he softly told the judge about how badly he claims dylan treated him. >> prepared to say that every time dylan would ask you, he would call you a name? yes? like that? >> jorge demonstrated for the judge how he stabbed dylan with a backwards thrust, suggesting he was standing while trying to get away. >> stabbing dylan under your left arm, behind you, correct? >> yes. >> all right. how many times did you stab him? a couple. >> just a couple. >> jorge's attorney thought his client held up well. was he his own best witness? >> no the facts were his best witness. that's really what this case was about, the facts. >> but there were more facts to come. prosecutors would argue that jorge saavedra was hardly the fearful victim he made himself out to be. and that dylan nuno wasn't the bully he had been portrayed as either. either. [ morgan ] when you cheer they fly just a liiiiittle bit higher... [ man ] he hits it! [ morgan ] ...go just a liiiiittle bit further... [ woman ] a perfect 10! [ morgan ] they can even be perfec
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Mar 20, 2011 7:00pm EDT
the century. >> i, charles phillip arthur george -- >> after all this time new behind-the-scenes details from the people who made the fapt si a reality, including the designer of the dress with the 25-foot train. >> it was a simple phone call literally do the honor of making her wedding gown. can you imagine? and, yes. >> the little bridesmaid who stole everyone's heart. >> i just remember staring at my feet trying not to trip on her train. >> and one of diana's specially invited guests. >> i still get chills thinking about it now and nobody knew it more than diana. >> this summer marked the 30th anniversary of the day charles married diana and this is your invitation to relive the grandest, most glorious royal wedding of them. it is an intimate look back at that extraordinary moment when a young bride went from shy di to proud princess and as we glance back, maybe we'll glean some clues about the royal wedding to come. once upon a time not so long ago, there lived a prince, son of queen elizabeth ii and heir to the british throne. for a decade he had been the most eligible bache
NBC
Apr 4, 2011 2:30am EDT
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Jun 25, 2010 9:00pm EDT
was spreading among those closest to mcnair. eddie george was a former friend and teammate. >> i got a phone call from a friend saying, have you heard that steve was shot at a party last night? i said, come on, man. that doesn't even sound right. >> reporter: joseph walker was the mcnair family minister and friend. >> text messages coming back and forth about what might have happened, maybe steve had been shot. but, you know, maybe some fight had taken place and maybe he had been shot in the arm. >> reporter: but back at the apartment, medical examiner knew instantly that the worst had happened. >> the male victim was obviously mr. mcnair. i recognized him right away. >> reporter: mcnair's wife michelle was at home with the couple's two sons, five and ten. pastor walker arrived shortly after she was notified of steve's death. >> all i could do was embrace michelle, embrace the boys. and that's a moment i will never forget the rest of my life. >> reporter: the family's grief didn't stay private for long. >> this is channel 4 news. >> steve mcnair has been shot and killed. we are s
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Oct 4, 2013 9:00pm EDT
diego county's curiously named george bailey detention facility. >> merry christmas. >> merry christmas, george! >> reporter: a different george bailey, you may recall, was jimmy stewart's character in "it's a wonderful life." which actually described larry hoagland's life at one point. good friends, a loving family, the respect of his community. by the time i sat down across from larry, much of that had evaporated. he stood accused of trying to kill his wife with a pipe bomb. and his first words to me was that police had the wrong man. >> i did not try to kill my wife. i'm adamant about this. >> reporter: the only thing larry said was true was that he did have an affair. >> i was cheating on my wife. i was cheating on my family. >> reporter: you were in love with somebody else? >> yeah, i was. yes, i was. >> reporter: and you were what, going to ask your wife for a divorce? >> yes. >> reporter: and walk out? >> that was pretty much it, yes. i let a lot of people down, i deceived a lot of people. i forsook a lot of people, i did. >> reporter: is that the worst thing you committed? >> ye
NBC
Apr 1, 2011 9:00pm EDT
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May 22, 2011 7:00pm EDT
might do it? >> you can try bikes by george. >> it's only a few blocks away. >> you guys buy bikes? >> buy bikes? >> yeah. >> you have one? >> yeah, man, i just got this one off the street. >> off the street, the bike is stolen, man. >> what will you give me for it? >> the man whose name is dominick makes it clear he won't buy a stolen bike. >> come on, man. look at this, it's brand new. >> no thank you. the bike is stolen. >> i know, i did. >> you stole the bike? >> yeah. >> no, i don't want to buy a bike. >> dominick turns us down several more times. >> you don't buy stolen bikes? >> are you crazy, no way. >> when we start asking him about other bike shops that might buy it. >> do you know another shop i can go to? >> he gets a closer look at our bike. >> let me see it. >> his resolve seems to weaken. >> do you have i.d.? >> like my own i.d.? >> yeah. i i. >> i ai have driver's license. >> driver's license? hold on. can i help you, sir? >> our actor waits while he helps a customer and as we watch from a van across the street, dominick makes an offer. >> 25? >> 25? can you do 50,
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Sep 13, 2013 9:00pm EDT
. now we know. >> yeah. [beep] me.was thanks, robin, your song is less thought.n we >> george, what are you up to today? were on the tmz tour in new duce.nd spotted george he was headed to the theater. >> i'm going to the theater. are you seeing? >> oh, my goodness, i hope it's good. heard the craziest thing about him. remember how we thought liberace thethe bottom and he did poppers all the time. reason they did hoppers is because it loosens sphincter. >> you didn't know that? >> no. >> hoppers were extremely popular among the gay people for that reason. this was common knowledge. >> the entire tour section doesn't know what you're talking about. >> we know exactly what you're talking about. good show. now, tmz employment presents, you're fired for talking smack about me so get by the way wend were about to fire you anyway so starring selmas, blair and charlie sheen. >> the battle with charlie sheen make "angerle who management." >> selma claims her complaints about charlie's work ethic led confrontation.c >> you are terminated. >> probably wasn't that dramatic. ax.got the >> they're a
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Jun 12, 2011 7:00pm EDT
next group of bystanders do the right thing? their parents certainly hope so. >> hi, i'm george. >> i'm sawyer. i'm 15 years old. >> i'm isaiah, 15 and i love to run track. >> reporter: isaiah describes him as shy but doesn't think that will stop him. >> not something he'll tolerate. to see someone else get bullied or to feel uncomfortable. >> reporter: the coach has set the rules. >> do i make myself clear? you guys understand that? >> yes, coach. >> reporter: no bullying. let's see what happens when the boys sit at the table. >> you're not even trying, acting like a fagot. >> look, george nodded no. >> he didn't like that, looking away. >> reporter: isaiah quickly tries to change the subject. >> i'm surprised they gave us a snack. >> reporter: but it doesn't work. the actor bullies keep at it. >> will this get your attention if i just throw grapes at you? ♪ cinderella, cinderella ♪ that's you, cinderella. >> reporter: and a good fight erupts. >> you're acting like a [ bleep ] loser. >> wow. >> reporter: isaiah and the other real boys all speak up, trying to ease the tensio
NBC
Jul 23, 2010 9:00pm EDT
officer put his hand around my shoulder and said, george, i tell you, we have three people that saw ryan, and he motioned with a gun, had the rifle up to his shoulder taking the shot. right there it was like somebody just hit me in the back of the head with something. it was just a complete shock, you know. i kind of broke down a little bit. and he was very con soelg. he really was. he said, george, i understand that you're -- wh you're feeling this way but we just want jared to come clean with us so we can tie this up. >> reporter: then the gilkensons say one of the detectives got a call on his cell phone. >> he hangs up the phone, leans over to his detective buddy and says, ryan just confessed. we're headed down to the thompson house. i'm like hit with a ton of bricks. how did i miss this? how did this happen without me seeing this? >> reporter: after that the gilkensons say they took over from the police. >> we became then the interrogation. then the intensity picked up. i told jared, you're going to tell me what went on and i was raising my voice and jared was crying, breaking down.
NBC
Dec 20, 2010 2:50am EST
made a startling claim. do you think he got manipulated, george? >> i know i got manipulated. we got used by the state police. >> the parents say by telling them that three witnesses had seen ryan fire a shot then saying ryan had confessed, police convinced them to put pressure on jared to come clean and protect himself. >> i coerced my own son. it's the biggest regret of my life. >> jared says under pressure from mom and dad he signed a statement that was suggested by police. >> they told me the story and i just kind of filled in the blanks. i had seccumbed. i had given up. they could have told me the sky was pink and i'd have been like yeah the sky was pink. >> what about dave stebbins the other friend who implicated ryan? he also wanted to retract his statement, claiming that police had applied pressure by saying ryan had fingered him. >> they're like almost screaming at me. they're saying, your buddy just f' ed you. you're going down for 25 years. >> what did you tell them? >> that ryan did it and i basically went along with their whole story. >> here are some major points. i
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Aug 1, 2011 2:30am EDT
dennis had made reservation at georges at the cove. a nice restaurant in la jolla. she arranged for a babysitter she was going to drop dean off to. there was an exchange of calls and messaging that went on. >> all along dennis maintained he and tori never saw each other that night and never intended to. >> so you guys didn't have any plans per se? >> oh, no. nothing set in stone. absolutely not. >> their texts told a different story. a little before noon on the day she died, tori texted dennis okay i'll see you at 5:00. are you bringi ining my surpris? what is it? his response isn't known. at 1:47 she wrote can i be casual in jeans? at 4:3 2 she said you still coming? he wrote back i'll be there at 5:15 you home alone? >> she seemed giddy like she was excited for going out to dinner and he said he had a present for her. and it was in the car. and then asked are you alone. in retrospect, it just seems so out of left field and inappropriate to care whether she's alone at her apartment. >> the homicide team also learned a little more about where dennis was. again from his cell phone reco
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Aug 23, 2013 10:00pm EDT
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Feb 12, 2012 7:00pm EST
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Aug 12, 2011 9:00pm EDT
. >> it's sort of framed by trees but you could look down to the right and see the view of the george washington bridge. >> what they couldn't see from here, of course, was the future. had they caught even a glimpse of what was to come, surely they would have abandoned this place forever. steven and jodi met in the late '70s in georgia. he was in the army, a bookworm who loved the civil war. she taught history. theirs was a meeting first of minds, then hearts. how would you sort of describe those early years? were they loving? were they exciting? >> yes, they were. we were in love. it was ecstatic. >> from there, marriage, a house, a son jonathan in 1983. how would you describe jodi as a mom? >> she was really devoted. >> life was good. and even as the years went by, even with the demand it's of work and family, steven says he and jodi still made time for each other. like that last summer sunday in september of 1992. steven says it was supposed to be a date night. >> it wasn't -- no idea that that would be the most critical day in our life, in our marriage. >> what was the day like, a
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Oct 30, 2009 9:00pm EDT
high rock ridge overlooking flaming george reservoir way down there. the rock surface is shale. eric was playing near the edge throwing rocks off, chaising lizards. bob says he went to the jeep to get a soda and he heard liana scream his name. he turned around. they were gone. roger's mother called him with the news. >> she told me something terrible had happened. i said what's happened. he said bob's wife and kid have fallen off a cliff and died. >> by then a sheriff's department lieutenant named kevin alvesteffer had arrived at the top of the cliff. he had talked to bob. >> i couldn't tell you that it was an accident. i couldn't tell you it was a homicide. it's just that it would be a good way to commit a homicide and getting away with it. >> idle speculation, really. but roger felt guilty and somehow terrified. why terrified? he was afraid his childhood friend was about to reveal who he was and what he might be capable of. >> it was emotionally brutal. >> when the mystery of lost dog road continues. and with new lower prices all through the store. so you can do more fixing,
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Sep 23, 2011 9:00pm EDT
. >> quinn gray was a different person when she met with detective george harrigan. >> from the beginning our goal was let's let her tell her story. >> it's just been the most incredible ordeal to go through something like this and then in a 24 hour period to be brainwashed so significantly that you actually believe your husband is trying to kill you. >> she said the kidnappers had in essence brainwashed her into believing her husband wanted her dead and she wasn't cooperative with investigators earlier because the kidnappers told her if she gave away any information about them they would find her and kill her. but after some restful sleep, quinn said she now believes her husband was trying to save her life. >> i just all of a sudden coming back into reality, what was really going on. >> quinn was finally ready to tell her story of what had really happened during her 72-hour nightmare. >>> just how much of a nightmare was it? quinn's bizarre description of a sexual encounter with her abductor. >> i acted like i enjoyed it. >> when "ransom" continues. [ male announcer ] applebee'
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Jul 31, 2011 7:00pm EDT
picture. chuck schumer of new york and george miller of california are roomies, sharing a home as a lot of people here do to save on the rent. >> did you close up the cereal before you left? ♪ >> reporter: their other housemate, dick durbin of illinois, got up early to talk to matt to throw cold water on speaker boehner's revised debt limit bill. >> we've got to be careful that we don't fall into the fold. >> reporter: it's clear americans are disgusted with both sides. >> don't the american people deserve better than this? >> absolutely, matt. >> reporter: the debt limit has been raised or modified routinely over the years. the difference this time, a soaring deficit and a deeply divided congress. republicans control the house. democrats control the senate, and nothing gets done until both chambers agree on what to do. in the speaker's office spokesman michael steel makes the first of many pots of coffee. >> this is the best coffee in the capitol. the speaker is very, very particular about it. >> reporter: they need the jet fuel just to deal with the phones. they've been lighting up
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Jan 9, 2011 8:00pm EST
accomplishments, mothers, grandmothers, one a great grandmother. there was dorthy morris, there was george, her husband of 50 years ago. and phyllis schneck, 79, doing like the others her bit for the political process. phyllis, by the way, a life-long republican, but i like this lady, she said about giffords, to her family. and now a small army of offspring is beginning a cycle of grief. and, of course, there was her, christina taylor green, born, as about everyone knows now, on september 11, 2001. there was that book a
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Oct 26, 2009 2:40am EDT
. >> reporter: the masons have also lost some clout since george washington's day. the last master mason to serve as president was gerald ford. brown says whether they know it or not, the free masons' secret rituals still connect them to a rich, powerful, mystical tradition. >> i intended this book as a rev republicantial look at their philosophy. >> reporter: isn't there another side of the coin? in the day when it is more hum drum with the bake sales and charitable drives, you've created a little more mystery. you've given some of their mystery back to them. and they might like that. >> i hope so. as with any organization, there is some who understand the core and some who are on the periphery. i'm hoping it starts to pull people in this direction. >> reporter: the ancient mysteries, they're the key to the plot of the lost symbol. but are they the key to much more? >> all of these texts from all of the different authors tend in the same direction, this idea of the power of the human mind. and the ability of far to actually transform the world in which we live. >> reporter: can the human m
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Sep 7, 2012 10:00pm EDT
taste of our cranberries. i cannot tell a lie -- 'tis tasty. okay, george washington, did you take my truck out last night? 'tis tasty. >>> when his third wife, kathy's death was ruled an accident, the case could have remained closed forever. but the bizarre twists and turns of marriage number four would change all of that and finally put drew peterson on the road to a murder conviction. when we first spoke about his fourth wife, stacy, he told me their may-december romance had begin well enough. what was the thing, you had to put your finger on the thing you loved the most about her? >> she had a warm, giving demeanor about her all the time. all the time. >> at the time he also had a peculiar way of talking about his missing wife. for the man who seemed like he was always in control it seemed like a telling misstep. >> when you talk about her you talk about her in the past tense. she loved this. she was like that. i am just hearing it. >> that's just because she is not with me anymore. and this, past tense what she did. >> after they married in 2004, drew and stasy had tcy had two an
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Aug 3, 2009 10:00pm EDT
, choking wire, a leather mask, a hood. >> reporter: local detective george tyros could not believe all of the weapons they pulled off of the stranger. >> trying to figure out, what is he doing in there, why is he doing this? what was he trying to do? >> reporter: who was he? the answer came soon enough. adam leroy lane, a trucker from north carolina with no criminal history. at first, police were convinced lane had tried to sexual assault shea mcdonough. they were about to search the chucker's rig parked near the house. that's when they would find it. the one thing that told them what adam leroy lane was planning to do that last sunday in july just off highway 495. coming up -- >> it sounds like something when you're watching a "c.s.i." or something, you go, wow, i can't believe that. >> reporter: the needle in the hay stack. something was about to break this case wide open. been there. oooh, that's a new one! did you just... what? oh... yeah, you did. yeah. check this out. (female narrator) panties that won't ride up. that's the hanes comfort fit promise. thanks. oh no, no that, t
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Aug 13, 2010 9:00pm EDT
, a leather mask, a hood. >> local detective george titir not believe all the weapons they pulled off the stranger. and who was he? the answer came soon enough, adam leroy lang, a trucker from north carolina with no criminal history. at first police were convinced lane had been trying to sexually assault shay mcdonough. but they were about to search the trucker's rig parked near the mcdonough house. that's when they would find it. the one thing that told them what adam leroy lane was really planning to do that last sunday in july just off highway 495. coming up -- >> it sounds like something when you're watching "csi" or something, wow, i can't believe that. the needle in the haystack. something was about to break this case wide open. vegetables are naturally low in calories. v8 juice gives you 3 of your 5 daily servings. it's a tasty, nutritious way to make this number go up... and help this one go down. v8. what's your number? but look below the surface. your mouth is no different. just brushing leaves germs behind. adding listerine® antiseptic cleans deeper. [ boom! ] to penetrate
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Jun 24, 2011 10:00pm EDT
george bush and air force one were in palm beach county that day. >> at that particular time there was a no-fly zone called. >>> with hours lost waiting, roger immediately got a plane in the air but returned shortly after as darkness turned blue seas to black. the coast guard also launch ad falcon jet with infrared night vision cameras. around midnight it spotted something about 40 miles off the coast of florida. >> got him. he's at 10:00. >> got it. okay. >> we get a call from the coast guard that they had identified the boat and they were sending a marine boat, or a cruiser, to intercept it. >> and you're thinking at that point, that's good news. >> i'm thinking, great. >> news. if they foun" the boat, my thought is they found my brother. >> do you see any people? >> then another call. more good news. >> we got a call later in the mo)ning that the infrared showed that perhaps someone was on the deck. but not moving around. so we're thinking, maybe he's sleeping on the deck. >> programs it would turn out to be just another sailor story to laugh about over beer. then at 5:00 a.m., the ph
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Jan 23, 2011 7:00pm EST
of iraq's is a dsaddam hussein. brian williams sat down with george bush and the operations of a team. >> reporter: the first gulf war was the defining moment of his presidency. you chose to personalize the war. and the media, of course, picked right up on that. bush versus saddam. he's dead now. been executed. how often do you think about him? >> not so much anymore. i mean, he's a bad guy. and we've seen that in a lot of other ways since then. but it was -- it wasn't as personal with me as it was just the whole idea that they went in there and took over this whole other country. >> reporter: the former president commemorated the 20th anniversary of the first gulf war by gathering together the men who were his closest advisers at his presidential library in texas. there was vice president, dan kw quail. secretary of state james baker. secretary of defense dick cheney. national security adviser brent scowcroft. collin powell. looking around, what do these men mean to you? >> a supreme team. the whole country should be grateful for that historic period. >> reporter: looking back.
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Dec 10, 2010 9:00pm EST
... i'm george lettis... baltimore's infamous block is back in >>> from the moment the west mesa murder case landed in their laps, detectives knew they would be chasing a phantom and grasping at smoke. the killer, whoever he was, and police naturally assumed the killer was male, had a five-year headstart. you think we're dealing with one guy here? >> yeah, i think there's no doubt you're dealing with one guy. >> based on our experience with crimes of this nature, homicide crimes, when you have multiple offenders, more than one of them -- someone is going to talk. >> this killer had seemingly left nothing behind but a pile of dry bones and a few old hazy satellite images of tire tracks on the desert sand. >> you believe that's him? >> it's almost frustrating because you look at this picture and you see the disturbed earth which later we learn are grave sites and you see the tire tracks, but you can't get your hands on anything else. >> no witnesses. no fingerprints. no dna. >> we went back starting in 2002 and we got the records from our local jail. anybody arrested for prostituti
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Sep 3, 2010 9:00pm EDT
gun was spotted in a book-bag. we'll have the details... george??? the early voting era in maryland has begun...we've got the turnout numbers... tom??? the latest on earl .. as the weakening storm barrels >>> he had to keep on a coming. there were years of frustration but detective mclaughlin had finally taken down cindy zarzycki's killer. how did he take the verdict? >> i was real happy. >> reporter: is that a high five moment? >> more than high five. >> mac and i gave each other a big hug after that. >> reporter: but to jen and mac, this odd couple interrogation team, the conviction was only half the battle. >> the second we're done with all the official proceedings, i mean, mac just took off. and he wanted to go talk to art because i think the same thing was in both our minds. now it's time to find the body. >> he says, ed, don't have a memorial service. i'm going to find cindy. >> reporter: it was a promise mac had made to cindy's father and the rest of the family. cindy's case would stay open on his desk until her body was found. so i went and talked to art. >> reporter: art ha
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Jan 8, 2012 7:00pm EST
acting, effie. i'm jennifer over here. >> jennifer hudson. >> in 2007, her good luck charm, george clooney announced her wins at the golden globes and academy award for best supporting actress. vindication for doing it her way. a star was born. >> after "dream girls" there were other opportunities including "precious." >> precious the critically acclaimed film about an ill literal young woman facing poverty and abuse. >> i did not accept the role. i would have to be the big girl again. >> was there part of you that said i didn't want to become that character in hollywood. >> i don't like the idea of being boxed into anything. no. and in my world there is no limits. that would say okay this is who you are. this is what you are going to be. nobody gets to determine that but me. awe bought they certainly would try. ♪ are you a man who loves ♪ >> in 2008, jennifer's first album came out. what should have been a perfect time in the young singer's career, brought back the same weight issues that always seem to haunt her. >> i was surprised to read you hadn't seen the album cover. >>
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May 14, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. they raised four children while alan ran the local savings and loan. >> i think of the george bailey character, it's a wonderful life. >> what if i hadn't lived. >> except my dad would have got a second job to make up the money he lost. >> reporter: on new year's eve 2003, his lifetime companion, sharon, died of a sudden heart attack. >> i think he died that day, a pig part of him. he lost my mother who he had been with since he was 14. the love of his life. i'm sure everything he thought was real was ripped out from under him. >> reporter: months passed before alan could pick himself up and rejoin the world. ♪ his ticket back under the out the be some unused credit at ballroom dance studio. >> he felt ix maybe sit is something i should do. he's trying to break out of the slump. he goes back to class. >> reporter: that's where he meet his dance instructor, miriam. she lived in florida, recently moved to colorado to start a new life of her own. like alan, she was still raw from back-to-back losses. her daughter, amy passed way in 2000 from a drug overdose. and her husband committed
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