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Aug 5, 2011 9:00pm PDT
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 there illegally. in 2001, they were 17 years old. it's pretty young to be able to get into a club. >> it was a college town. that's the way people live in college towns. that's the way everybody lives 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 deadl
Dec 2, 2013 3:20am EST
, both at 17, considerably underage, had gained entry to a college bar, a hangout during the by george. >> it's pretty young to be able to get into a collelub. >> it's a college town, university. that's the way everybody lives in college town. everybody wants to be in the mix, yeah. >> it was ryan's older sister kelly that helped sneak him? >> i remember seeing ryan and chuck one time in there. ryan was talking to a fa mink go dressed girl who was very tall. they seemed to be having lots of fun. >> outside rocket's music carried through empty streets until closing time, 1:30 a.m. four blocks away it was nearly quitting time at the local paper, the "columbia daily tribune." he headed to his car after a long day at work. it was just about 2:30 when two night janitors from the paper called 911. >> 911, what is your emergency? >> we need someone here at the "columbia daily tribune." >> the "columbia daily tribune" was suddenly at the deadly center of the biggest one in town. >> the sports editor laying on the ground in a pool of blood. >> it just rocks you back on your heels. >> manager ed
Dec 20, 2010 3:05am EST
shocking new information. >> the officer put s han arod my shoulderand said, george, i tell you, we have three people th saw ryan with -- and he motioned with t gun -- had the rfle up to the shoulder tang the shot. right there it was like somebody st hit me in the bck of the head with sothing. it was just a complete shck. you know. i knd broke down a little bit. he was very con soelsoling. he says, george, i understand why you're feeling this way but we just want jared tocome clean with this so we can tie this up >> then the gilkenson' say one of the detectives g a call on s cell phone. >> he hgs up the phone, lean over to his other detecte budy, and says ryan just confsed. we're headed down to the thompson house. i'm hit wth a ton of bricks. how did i miss th? how did this hpen without me seeing this? after that the gilkeons say they took over from t police. >> we came then e interrogators. >> yes. >> then the intensity cked up. i told jared, you' going to tell what went on. ias raising my voice ared was crying, breakingdown. >> jar's motr feared her boy would be chged as an accomp
Feb 11, 2013 3:10am EST
at 17, considerably underwage gained entry at a college bar. judge a hangout named -- >> by george. got in, started dancing. >> that's young to get into a club. >> college town, university. a way people live in college towns. everybody wants to be in the mix. >> it was ryan's older sister kelly helped sneak them in. >> i remember seeing ryan and chuck one time in there. ryan was talking to a flamingo-dressed girl who was very tall. they seemed to be having lots of fun. >> outside, raucous music carried through empty streets till 1:30 a.m. 2:00 a.m. was quitting time at the columbia daily tribune. the deadline for rookie sportswriter michael boyd. i encountered his boss. as they talked, boyd says they saw of all things a stray cat clawing at a car. >> the cat was clawing his tire. >> clawing is a tire? >> like a scratching post. they said good night. it was perhaps ten minutes later, 2:26 a.m. when two janitors called 911. >> we need someone here at the columbia daily tribune. >> it was suddenly the deadly center of the biggest story in town. >> the sports editor jim laying on the g
Dec 5, 2010 10:00pm PST
shoulder and said, george, i'll tell you, we have three people that saw ryan with -- and he motioned with the gun, had the rifle up to his shoulder, taking the shot. right there, it was just like somebody just hit me in the back of the head. it was just a complete shock, you know. i kind of broke down a little bit. he was very consoling. he really was. he said, george, i understand why you're feeling this way. but we just want jarrod to come clean with us. >> one of the detectives got a call on his cell phone. >> hangs up the phone, leans over to his other detective buddy and says ryan just confessed. we're headed down to the thompson's house. i'm hit with a ton of bricks. how did this happen without me seeing this? >> after that, gilkerson's say they took over from the police. >> we became then the interrogation. >> yes. >> then the intensity picked up. i told jared, you're going to tell me what's going on. i was raising my voice and jared was crying, breaking down. >> jared's mother feared her boy would be charged as an accomplice unless he came clean right away. she, too, went to
Nov 15, 2013 8:00pm PST
a llege bar, a hangout named e by george. that's pretty young to be able to get io a club. >> that's a coege town. you know, universi. just the way the people live in college towns. everybody wants to be in the mix,ang out, yeah. >> reporte it was ryan's older sister kelly that helpedneak th in. >> i remember seeing them one time in there and ry was talking to a flamingo dress girl who was ve tall. they seemed to be having lots of fun. >> reporter: outside, raucous music carried thugh empty stres until closing time1:30 a.m. ur blocks away it wanearly itting time at the lal paper, "the lumbia daily tribune." sports editokent heitholt heed to his car after long day at work. it was just about 2:30 when two night janitors from e paper called 911. >> 9 what's your emergency? >> what'going on. >> there's somebody outside. reporter: it was suddenly at the adly center of the biggest story in town. >> the sports editor kent is laying on the ground in pool of blood. it just rocks you bk on your heels. >> reporter: the managing editor jim robertson got the call. his friend heidi, the
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
Jun 12, 2013 10:00pm PDT
george bar in ryan's car at closing time, 1:30, just as ryan had always claimed. >> after they said good-bye, they walked straight to the car and got in it and drove away. >> zellner called that club reporter, boyd. she didn't accuse boyd of anything but wanted to get on the record two things, that police failed to investigate him and that his own story put him with kent heitholt at or very near the time of the murder. >> and at no point do you submit dna? >> no, ma'am. >> okay. and no one checks either of your cars, is that right? >> that's right. nobody. >> boyd never was and is not now a suspect and told "dateline" he did not commit the crime but boyd wasn't the centerpiece of the hearing. this man was. chuck erickson, who here in this room for the first time since the trial, came face-to-face with the man he put in prison. >> his testimony that he made up during the trial took my life. and, you know, it's crazy to believe that his testimony now could give my life back. >> he did not want a part in it. >> chuck took responsibility for the murder but still said ryan had been there
Nov 30, 2012 10:00pm PST
gained entry to a college bar, a hangout named -- >> by george. >> reporter: by george. >> we showed up at the club, got in, started dancing, having a good time. >> reporter: that's pretty young to be able to get into a club. >> ts a college town, a university. it's the way people live in college towns. everybody wants to be in the mix, hang out. >> reporter: it was ryan's older sister, kelly, who helped sneak them in. >> i remember seeing ryan and chuck one time in there. and ryan was talking to a flamingo-dressed girl who was very tall. they seemed to be having lots of fun. >> reporter: outside raucous music carried through empty streets till closing time, 1:30 a.m. 2:00 a.m., four blocks away, it was quitting time at the local paper, "the columbia daily tribune." and the deadline for rookie sports writer michael boyd. that's your deadline. >> that's the deadline tgo. >> reporter: boyd walked in the parking lot, encountered his boss, the revered sports editor, kent. as they talked, boyd says, they both saw, of all things on halloween night, a stray cat. >> the cat was clawing his t
Oct 26, 2015 12:40am CDT
pleasure. - finch, can you do a search for susan mcnally at st. george's hospital? - i'm on it. everything all right? - killers just tried to take out wendy and paula. - please tell me they failed. - for now. girls took off. they're sisters, finch. foster sisters. if their mom's still at st. george's, that's where i think they'll go. that why the girls took the money? - had a fall, broke her hip. not sick exactly. her home is the problem. mortgage is worth more than the house. bank's foreclosing on her. - at least they took the money for a reason. you know whose it is yet? - i'm digging. keep those girls safe. - fusco, carter. just left the 82nd. there is no detective foster. somebody used a fake detective shield to get eyes on the crash footage. [car horns honking] remember how claire was beaten up? i think the killer tracked her through her license plates, then tortured her to get the other names. call me. what's wrong with you, following a cop? trying to get yourself shot? - i'm just worried about you, detective. - don't. just back off, okay? you and your preppy friend over
Jun 19, 2013 10:00pm PDT
cities. george joins us from saratoga, where neighbors had a spirited debate over a new restaurant that wanted to open up. >> reporter: it has been a spirited debate. you see the flyers and the public notice, showing that they have applied for
Nov 28, 2016 2:02am EST
getting older, and i'd rather just be me. you know what i mean? i got the george clooney hair going. >> there you go. ? >> jon's 54 and just released bon jovi's new album, this house is not for sale. it's the first without long time lead guitarist richie sambora, who left the band in 2013. ? jon admits he was so shell shocked by the band's shake-up that he took a two-year break. what was that time like for you, to take a step away from this? >> in truth, it wasn't good. it was scarring, you know. we didn't anticipate richie, you know, never showing up again. '14 was not a fun year, and '15 i started to write. you know, so it took all of '15 to start that process. ? >> i mean you've been doing this for over three decades. i wonder do you feel that way when you're getting onstage. you're like, okay, here we go. >> you know, to be brutally honest, the truth is yeah. you know, i consider myself more like a tired athlete coming back one more time, you know. it's peyton after the next surgery, you know. it's tha super bowl. >> how many more days until that single drops? >> are you kidding
May 12, 2017 9:00pm EDT
tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at >>> ms. ryan you're charged with murder in the 2nd degree. >> reporter: second degree murder, cara ryan was facing up to life in prison for shooting her ex husband jj rush. but even after hearing the charge, cara was convinced it would all go away. >> i thought it was ridiculous. i was waiting any day for them to realize they had no case. >> reporter: her attorney roger futerman said he too was surprised that cara was charged. >> i knew from minute one there was no motive. and there was no -- >> reporter: what do you mean there's no motive? >> i saw no motive in this case. >> reporter: come on. it's a breakup of marriage. that's when murders occur. >> i know. >> reporter: you know, the guy is taking his incomey. >> reporter: you know, he's seeing another woman. >> but when i looked at everythin
Sep 10, 2012 3:05am EDT
than the democratic party as a hole. george w. bush's are not remembered fondly. he has not figured out how to separate himself from that. it was bill clinton's great challenge in '92. he had to separate himself from the old orthodoxies of the democratic party. he figured out ways to do it. that's why he won. romney has yet to figure out how to do it. >> mayor castro, seems to me it comes down to one question, do americans blame this president for the job situation or do they listen to president clinton who said nobody could have fixed it faster, not even me? i mean that seems to be -- if americans believe that, then maybe they give him a chance. >> i think president clinton did a stellar job, as usual, making the case that we see now 30 straight months of private sector job growth, 4.6 million jobs created. and i believe that the folks see that kind of progress around the country. and so for mitt romney to say, well, there's been no progress whatsoever, folks can tell the difference between what they see out there, and what he's saying. >> peggy noonan, where is this race right now
Feb 21, 2016 8:00pm PST
intriguing film. >> thank you, john. las vegas august the 17th? >> august. >> august, and george, uh, working on the picture. [ applause ] and charles, it-it was a great pleasure meeting you and having you on the show tonight. >> oh, thank you. >> no-no, i'm talking to charles finley. thanks for having you too. >> it was a pleasure. >> and-and i hope you come back and let us know how things turn out. >> i hope to, thank you. >> good night, thank you. i'm humbled by that applause. good evening, i'm jennifer burton. thank you for joining us tonight. we begin with breaking news tonight... nevada senator debbie smith has passed away after a long fight with brain cancer. debbie smith was born in tuscon arizona, and her family came to nevada when she was an elementary school student. she was first elected to a rural school board at age 22, and she became a lifelong advocate for nevada's public education system. she served as president of the nevada p-t-a, and was a the national p-t-a board. debbie was elected to the nevada assembly in 2000, and the nevada senate in 2012. people who knew her said sh
Aug 12, 2013 3:05am EDT
surveillance programs. in an exclusive interview with abc's george stephanopoulos yesterday, lon snowden wants his son edward to come home but is unsure edward could get a fair trial in the u.s. courts because he said politicians have poisoned the well of perspective jurors. >> where my son chooses to live the rest of his life is going to be his decision. what i would like at some point in time for him to be able to come back to the u.s. whether he will live the rest of his life here or not. face this. and i believe the truth will shine through. >> snowden and attorneys have secured visas to travel to russia to meet with edward snowden. they didn't say exactly when for security reasons. neither has spoken directly to edward snowden since he fled the u.s. >> it is back to business this morning morning for many of the two dozen u.s. embassies and consulates shuttered by tear railroad alert last week. mostly across the middle east. but the doors to the embassy remain locked in yemen where the threat originated. more from abc's mohamed lila in cairo. >> reporter: several embassies that were
Oct 29, 2012 3:05am EDT
president george w. bush who let it happen with actions he took, were against the auto rescue. so i don't understand, well i do understand, but people just don't want to take responsibility for where they stood on that issue. >> this was a question, carly about the auto bailout b. what role government direct government money would play in restructuring these companies. >> that's right. and who stands first in line to be repaid? is it the unions? or is it debtors and creditors? that was the fundamental question. and the truth is, it is disingenuous and factually inaccurate to say that republicans weren't for the rescue of the auto industry. the question was how. and what. and who would be repaid. but let me go back to your original question. of course it's about the economy. and in ohio, both governor kasich and mitt romney are right. governor kasich is right that his policies fundamentally different than obama's, lower taxes, close the budget deficit. make, create a regulatory environment that encourages investment and certainty. that those are improving the situation. governor romney is
Oct 10, 2016 2:30am PDT
director during george w. bush's administration. i want to start with what mike lee is pleading to do. he said there's still time. you both dealt with ballot deadlines, is there time? >> there functionally isn't it. people have been voting in florida and north carolina. 18 states will have started early voting so you can do it symbolically. it may be useful for the senate candidates to have a different face of thelogistically. >> what happens tonight? >> well, you will see someone who is manifestly unprepared for the duties of the office of the president of the united states who has no idea what he's talking about what a policy perspective. who lacks the requisite dignity required of someone who wishes to be the head of state of the government of the united states. and someone who lacks the capacity to be the commander in chief of the most powerful military and the world's most potent nuclear arsenal. >> i would suggest there's another way, in which that donald trump will come in sounding contrite. we will is or not, he will do his best to exhibit contrition, but it will only last for so
Aug 31, 2012 10:00pm EDT
new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. >>> under a setting sun on a sweltering summer night two years after her death teresa mayfield's friends and family gathered to remember. >> i talked to her almost every day. i miss those talks. >> they took turns talking about the softball mom, the sweet woman gunned down on a lonely country road. a murder that was a mystery. >> my family will not stop searching or doing whatever it takes to find out who took teresa's life. >> when scott got up to speak you can bet people were paying special close attention. >> yes, she was a loving wife, loving mother, and a loving friend to the community. yes, she would do anything for anybody at any time. >> having discovered he w
Feb 11, 2017 8:00pm EST
? pat buchanan! >> well, george bush is playing hardball here, and i think we can possibly see -- >> wrong! eleanor clift! [ laughter ]
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