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Jul 13, 2013 10:00pm PDT
"20/20," the george zimmerman trial verdict. we're live inside the courthouse and outside as a small florida town erupts in the national spotlight. those six women on the jury and what they didn't get to hear, would it have changed the outcome? >> what's the most important piece of evidence you think they didn't hear. >> announcer: tonight your most complete look yet at how it all came together. >> every child's worst nightmare, to be followed on the way home in the dark. >> this is the path where the lives of trayvon martin and george zimmerman collided that night. >> announcer: the neighborhood watch dog on a collision course with a kid in a hoodie, trayvon martin. >> he said you're going to die tonight [ bleep ]. >> announcer: with today's verdict is a racial powder keg about to explode? here's david muir. >> good evening and welcome to "20/20." tonight the breaking news here, not guilty more than 15 hours after they got the case, six women just came out of that jury room and handed in their verdict. in essence delivering the future of george zimmerman. moments ago, trayvon
ABC
Jul 12, 2013 10:00pm PDT
. as six women huddle in a jury room, deciding the fate of george sympatzimmerman. >> every child's worst nightm e nightmare, to be followed on the way home in the dark. >> this is the path where they collided that night. >> the neighborhood watchdog on a collision course with a kid in a hoodie. trayvon martin. >> he said, you're going to die tonight, [ bleep ]. >> today, what got said in court? what everybody's thinking about. >> this case is not about race. it's about right and wrong. >> some say it's black and white. >> if he wasn't black, he wouldn't have followed him. >> is a racial powder keg about to explode? >> we are not racist! we are not! >> countdown to a verdict. >>> plus -- a wife who understands all too well, because her husband was gunned down, too. >> i said, stop right now, or i will shoot you. >> you believe he could have urn theed around and walked right back down that street. >> why didn't he go home? >> the so-called neighborhood bully, over a 3-year-old's birthday party. taking aim with a video camera and a gun. >> somebody messes with you, all you have to say
ABC
Nov 23, 2016 10:00pm EST
attacks were come, and where. gale norton, george w. bush's secretary of the interior, was one of a handful of high ranking officials sent to secret locations. >> we went to a secure, sc but can you sort of describe what the conditions were? >> the shampoo had curdled, the deodorant smelled bad, because it was all so old. >> reporter: it was clear when you got there that it hadn't been used in awhile. >> it had not been used. >> reporter: four months later, she was pressed into duty, as the first state of the union designated survivor after 9/11. in recession and the civilized world faces unprecedented dangers. >> because we had seen what happened with 9/11, it was much more a real concern than it had ever been before. >> reporter: people took it more seriously. >> there's always that nagging doubt in the back of your mind saying, "gosh, maybe something could happen." >> reporter: norton even prepared her possible speech to the american people. >> i didn't write anything on paper, but i certainly thought abit >> reporter: at least along with the stress apparently there are some perk
ABC
Jan 19, 2017 10:00pm PST
move that last time it happened eight years ago when president george w. bush's family moved out and newly-elected president barack obama's moved in. >> it is very intense to execute both those moves. most of the time you don't find the new family moving in in five hours. >> reporter: the staff can attend to the smallest detail, rochon says because they've done their homework. >> i sent out a questionnaire to the advance team right after the election and it's a huge list. what brand of shampoo? what brand of soap? uh, what type of carpets? bedding? do you want foam pillows or feather pillows? mattresses. all of those things are laid out to the finest detail of knowing what they want. >> reporter: for security reasons no outside movers are allowed, so the entire staff must pitch in. >> all 95 staff members.no leav at about 4:00 in the morning. we may not leave till well after midnight, after the inaugural parties, after the balls. ♪ >> reporter: moving trucks for both families occupy the sweeping driveway. >> you have one truck on the south lawn facing south and the other truck on t
ABC
Feb 28, 2016 4:00pm EST
of these before?" and she said, "only one with george clooney." didn't help. special edition of "20/20." let's continue now with an actor whose journey to his first nomination has taken him decades. bryan cranston. but he'd be the first one to tell you it has been more than worth the wait. >> hello. >> reporter: hello. >> i didn't know you dine here. how are you? >> reporter: good to see you. >> good to see you too. >> reporter: congratulations. >> thank you. >> reporter: please sit. this is your hood. >> it is. i know. i lived right around the corner. >> reporter: it has to be humbling to come back here. you're back here as oscar-nominated bryan cranston. >> that life is as about as far away from the boy who was raised in this area as you can get. i was not raised with the idea that you could achieve that. >> reporter: he grew up here, in canoga park. the town's blue-collar work ethic would inform his own. >> there was a duality to my childhood. when i was raised in canoga park up until the age of 10, life seemed pretty normal. it was kind of a typical suburban life. my dad was an
ABC
Jun 27, 2014 10:00pm PDT
, george chen. they had been brutally stabbed to death in elliot's beachside apartment. hours later at 9:17 p.m. elliot e-mailed his manifesto to friends, his therapist and his parents. >> i will specifically target the good-looking people, and all of the couples. >> reporter: now, he was a predator in search of the rest of his prey. >> i'll be a god, exacting my retribution. just for the crime of living a better life than me. >> reporter: his black bmw slowed down by a sorority, alpha pfee. elliot knocked at the door. no answer. then got back in his car and opened fire on girls in front of alpha phee. >> two of the women were dead on arrival of the deputies. one of them was very seriously injured with multiple gunshots. >> reporter: at the sheriff's dispatch center, the calls poured in like rain. >> we have three down on the corner of segovia. it's a black bmw. three ambulances here. >> almost simultaneously, we received notification that another individual had been shot. >> response for multiple gunshot victims in front of the iv deli. >> at the isla vista deli, just up the street
ABC
Nov 29, 2013 10:00pm PST
holidays. particularly, if this is home. all presidents have the power. and the problems. >> maybe george washington might be the exception. >> i remember i interviewed him. >> announcer: barbara walters has talked to every president since richard nixon. all eight of them asking the questions we all were wondering. >> are you sorry? >> how important is it for the president to be a role model. >> there were no weapons of mass destruction? >> first person, from first ladies, lady bird johnson. betty ford. nancy reagan. hillary clinton. >> do you have a terrible temper? >> no. but i get angry about things. >> it isn't easy living at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. >> i did promise her an interesting life. >> announcer: a white house with two teenagers, who don't necessarily want to hang with mom and dad any more. >> i love you so much. but i'm leaving. >> announcer: tonight, a president looking toward his future. and reviewing his past. >> you have said that you would rather be a good one term president than a mediocre two term president. which are you? >> announcer: within last visit to the white
ABC
Aug 25, 2017 10:00pm EDT
not going well. >> reporter: he stumbles out of the convention hall and into a cab, to george washington university hospital. >> there's no doubt that he looked like a sickly patient, he looked very ill. >> reporter: doctor lynn abell says jonathan walked into the er feverish, his heart racing, his blood pressure low. >> it was the end of january, the flu, viral illnesses were the common things that we're seeing in the emergency room. >> reporter: er doctors begin standard care. blood tests, urine cultures. they give him i.v. fluids and antibiotics. even hooked up to all those lines, jonathan keeps his sense of humor, sending this selfie to colleagues with the caption "conference not going great." when did you first get word that things were going south? >> we're texting and he -- you know, he's sending me photos or whatever of himself and he's starting to look a little bloated in the face. he was saying i'll be fine. i just have pneumonia. i'll be fine. it's fine. >> reporter: but suddenly, doctors aren't so sure. >> he did not progress in the way everyone thought. what they
ABC
Oct 24, 2014 10:01pm EDT
this prosperous corner of prince georges county, maryland. on the day laverne green walked up to her townhouse mailbox. you came over here to check your mail, to put your key in, and what happened? >> right, it didn't work. >> reporter: laverne had enough trouble already. divorcing and downsizing, she and her husband had abandoned their townhouse and faced losing it to the bank. one day she stopped by to check on things, and walked into an unwelcome surprise. the locks are changed? >> this lady comes to the door, and she said that she was renting the property. i'm like, "how can you rent this property? this is my house." >> reporter: here's how. the mysterious renters said they got the place through shannon lee, apparently a legit real estate broker. they got her on the phone and minutes later, shannon zoomed up. >> this lady pulls up in this black bmw, she jumps out of the car, and she said, "well, i bought this property through a tax sale." i asked her did she have the deeds and everything to the house, she said, "oh yeah i've got everything." >> reporter: shannon had actually take
ABC
Sep 15, 2013 8:00pm PDT
peaches and cream, because it's not. >> miss america 1971, filly george, is one of 86 women who know this job is less about the year spent as miss america and more what it brings after. >> we're a sisterhood, we've all been through the same thing. we've all been there and we've all done our own thing. we're back! atlantic city, here we are! >> after her reign as miss america, george became a well-known tv personality. >> thank you, thank you. feels so good to be home. >> if i vote for you, are you going to have a commitment to my community. >> miss america 2003, erika harold, is a lawyer running for congress in illinois. >> it's a really hard job. the hardest job i'll ever have. >> miss america 1989, gretchen karlson, is now a fox news anchor. and she has this to say to mallory and future miss americas. >> you have to strike when the iron's hot. somebody else now is miss america, so, you're old news. >> my goal would be in for five to ten years for people to say, oh, and by the way, she was miss america. can i have a hug before you go? when you're miss america, there's no turnin
ABC
Jan 20, 2017 10:01pm PST
dignitaries arriving, jimmy and roslyn carter and george and laura bush and the president and president-elect share their ride to the capital ahead hillary clinton and hill clinton arriving at the capital. tweeting i'm here today to honor our democracy and its enduring values. and then the president-elect arri arrives, the camera, looking right into it and smiles. and the crowd, the 35 word oath of office. using two bibles, lincoln's a one his mother game him and then, the new president declares an ind of business as usual in washington. >> from this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. from this day forward, it's going to be only america first. america first. >> and then, that familiar rallying cry. >> together, we will make america great again. >> as millions watch the departing president boarding a waiting helicopter and a final wave from the new president before the obamas take off. 1:10 a.m. and now president trump signing his first official documents surrounded by his family. so his son caught playing peekaboo and president trump greeting democrats and republicans and among t
ABC
Oct 17, 2014 10:01pm EDT
was no victimizer. he was the victim. detectives george harrigan and shannon andrews began connecting the dots. >> she had manipulated law enforcement for so long, it was time that we get to the bottom of this, and we get the real story. >> reporter: and quickly, because now, tawny was turning her venom on more children. joe good's new girlfriend mariella reported an anonymous letter, threatening her then 17-year-old daughter, erin. >> it said, "this is what erin will look like the next time mariella sees her, if she sees or even talks to joe good one more time." and attached was a picture of a mutilated body. >> reporter: what a horrific thing to send. >> this is a death threat. >> reporter: she's taken it a step too far. >> she was the stalker at one point. but when this happened, she became the stalked. >> reporter: stalked by investigators and soon enough, unable to hide behind her lies. then a breakthrough in the case -- finding out the anonymous reports sent to law enforcement hotlines originated from tawny's computer. >> you leave an electronic trail. that all came b
ABC
Jun 4, 2016 8:00pm EDT
. and he returned with a venn gang, taking on the seemingly invincible george foreman in the rumble in the jungle. won the hearts of the african crowd, in the biggest match in his career. >> too late! it's over! muhammad ali with an eighth-round knockout, recaptured the heavyweight championship of the world. >> so many people doubted him and thought that this bigger, tougher, strong man was going to beat him and then, you know, he won the fight with his smarts. >> reporter: and with his razor sharp wit outside the ring, ali met his match in abc sports caster howard cosell. their verbal sparring, born out of mutual respect and affection, turned them into an irresistible comedy team on wide world of sports. >> i'm not sure there's anybody left for you, really, for you to fight. >> you. >> that may come about some day. thank you for coming on. >> just stay in shape. >> reporter: ali's triumphs made for some of boxing's greatest fights. and made ali one of the most popular figures of his time. >> muhammad ali enjoyed the pressure of being a role model. he enjoyed the fact that he could say
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 9:00pm EDT
reasonable doubt, defense attorneys say it is this man, another client, george coralluzzo. a painter with a colorful past. theft, burglary, dui and kidnapping. phone records show in the hours before paige goes missing, coralluzzo is robo-dialing her, something like 20 times trying to set up a massage date. >> it boiled down to lester jones or coralluzzo and i was the stick in the mud, frankly saying, "yeah, i think we have a case against lester jones. but i'm not convinced that we can prove it beyond a reasonable doubt until coralluzzo has been effectively eliminated. >> reporter: two days after paige disappears, an acquaintance of george coralluzzo, to leave town in a hurry because his family had been killed in a car crash, which was a lie. was he acting like someone who did something very bad and was trying to get away? >> he was emotional. he was sad. he was frantic. he was just like, you know, "i gotta do things. i gotta go. i gotta go. i can't be here. >> do you think he killed paige birgfeld? >> i do think he killed paige birgfeld. and i have stuck with that since day one. >> r
ABC
Jun 16, 2017 9:01pm PDT
." >> democratic front runner george mcgovern. >> operation jump stone was a plan of dirty tricks and political tactics leading up to the election year of 1972. nixon would call it hard ball. it wasn't just tough politics. it was criminal behavior. >> i said if you're talking about an all out full out offensive and defensive political intelligence operation you're talking about one hell of a lot of money. >> g. gordon liddy put together a mad cap of crimes. >> each different operation was given a name of a precious gel. we quickly ran out of precious jewels. by the time we were finished we were down to coal and brick. >> liddy was a cowboy, a hot shot. he could do it. >> when you hire liddy you're hiring a guy that's going to do what he's told to do. we later learned gordon liddy plotted to kill jack anderson the columnist. >> he brushed by me and said jeb just told me to take care of jack anderson. >> i said i'm i don't know my way to kill jack anderson. >> i went into mcgruder's office and said jeb did you tell him to rub out jack anderson. i said to gordon i was talking off the cuff. i wasn'
ABC
Apr 19, 2013 10:00pm PDT
area hospitals where doctors like george velmahos spring into action. >> we had to do four amputations. quite frankly, they were -- they were almost completely amputated by the bomb blast. >> reporter: at 4:12 p.m., reports of another blast, near jfk library in dorchester. later revealed to be an electrical fire. then it spreads. cities in the northeast catch the same case of the jitters. new york city and the capital go on high alert. 6:10 p.m., with pennsylvania avenue closed to pedestrians, president obama offers condolences to victims in boston. >> we'll find out who did this. we'll find out why they did this. any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: tuesday begins with more heartache. 176 confirmed injured and the death toll now at 3. including 8-year-old martin richard. turns out, he's the older brother of jane, seen carried from the scene by michael chase. 9:30 a.m., deval patrick and fbi officials appeal to the public for any videos they have of the marathon. no detail is consider to do small. >> we will
ABC
Nov 25, 2016 10:01pm PST
, the george washington of his country among those who remain in cuba, he was also a very divisive figure. and he has recently sort of faded into the woodwork, raul castro has taken over, and he really is, raul castro really has been running the day-to-day government. fidel has not. writing, trying to be the conscience of cuba more than the ruler of cuba. but he remains, to his death, a very important figure. while he was -- because of his nationalism, because of what he meant to the people, he meant that cuba would not be dominated by the united states even though the united states is so big and so close. >> so jim, looking at this, we're looking at the historic footage of fidel castro. you can't help but think about his legacy after all these years. what do you think will be the word of historians when they look back at the life of fidel castro? >> well, i think he'll be the most prominent figure in cuba. perhaps only overshadowed a little bit by jose marti, the author who in the 1900s wrote but fidel castro changed the course of cuba. he changed the way cuba was. in 1959, 1958,
ABC
Nov 18, 2016 9:01pm CST
ailes while working in a low-level job on george h.w. bush's first presidential campaign. >> i wanted to meet him. i wanted to work for him. i was so excited. i introduced myself to him on the elevator. and then i think later on he ran into me in the hall, was super friendly and had acted like he'd remembered me. and i was flattered. >> reporter: after the campaign ended, laurie says she was financially strapped and desperate for a job when ailes asked her questions that felt more personal than professional. >> i think that he wanted to gauge what kind of a person i was. if i was insecure. if i was looking for a daddy figure. >> reporter: he was sussing out your vulnerabilities? >> absolutely. and i was real insecure. and i was in need of a job, which is why i was there. >> reporter: laurie says ailes offered her work doing research. but it soon became clear that he was interested in more than just her work. one night ailes was in washington, d.c., working with president bush on a primetime speech he was delivering that night. laurie says ailes asked her to watch it on television and
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 10:00pm EDT
with our colleague george stepanopolos but says she's terrified. not ready. >> you're an alcoholic. >> i am. >> reporter: then, just a few days after that interview her husband marc says their marriage is over. there's a lyric in that song "medicine man," which he wrote long before they met. but it says, "he can't save her from herself. who's going to help the medicine man?" ? he can't save her from herself no more ? how he felt. because he couldn't save me. i could only save me. >> reporter: her favorite song, now the soundtrack of so much regret. >> and it's about him not being able to help her. bear to listen to until the day of this interview. and for everyone who hits rock bottom, the promise you can turn towards hope. y we own it. lose all that negativity. just let it go. it's just bad energy. oh, and lose those terrible black balloons they give you on your 50th. what's up with that? hey we hear you. that's why our members love aarp the magazine. it celebrates you. with fun and provocative content, from lifestyle and entertainment and it's just one of the great benefits of me
ABC
Aug 10, 2013 9:00pm PDT
listen to george michael, period, attend concert. >> i have been to a george michael concert since we've been married, yes. >> you, you're aware that we're rolling on this, right? >> yes. >> likes cities, hates suburbs? >> yep, check. >> be very, very, very good in bed? >> oh, definitely. >> reporter: amy's mathematical odyssey has a story book ending. her lessons for finding love are in her new book, "data, a love story." a year after they met, brian proposed. today they have a 2 year old daughter and enough cuddles and make-out sessions to last a life time. given the stakes, the love of your life, going overboard is okay? >> if you are talking about finding a partner that you're going to spend the rest of your life with, you should, you should do everything that you need to do to make sure that that happens. >> can a list lead to love? what qualities would be on your list? tweet us using #abc2020. we'll be right back. >> announcer: next -- forget kiss and it will. this is kiss and smell. sniffing your way to a love match. used t-shirt by t-shirt. >> really? >> really. >> really?
ABC
Mar 15, 2014 10:00pm PDT
a career as an actor. his resemblance to george clooney got him work as a stand-in in ocean's eleven movies. ready, go. today, paul works for a college in nevada where he lives with his wife michelle and their daughter, emma. >> good job. >> again, daddy. >> do you remember how you felt when paul said i'm not really sure who i am? >> the first time he told me i thought he was joking. i thought he was just kidding around. but then, once i realized it was true and i saw the newspaper clippings i felt very sad for his parents and sad for him. >> how do you think it has shaped him? >> i think as a 10-year-old boy, when he first saw those newspaper clippings, not realizing who he was, i'm sure that that has somehow shaped him and that's done something to him over the years. it's just sad. >> was it sort of there in the back of your mind, this peculiar thing? >> it was really a big part of me through my whole life, and it's just gotten bigger and bigger and bigger. >> who am i? who am i? >> yeah. >> reporter: then, last year paul happened to see a dna test kit for sale at a local dr
ABC
Dec 9, 2016 10:01pm EST
. good night. jonathan: the head of the prince george's county liquor board jonathan: first, the coldest air of the season is here. we are talking wind chill's in the teens in some places. what will it feel like when we wake up? we go to meteorologist brian van de graaff with a look. brian: across the area right now, feels like the 20's. even downtown feeling like the
ABC
Nov 14, 2014 10:01pm PST
, favorite food, whether you like george michael or not, i mean, that doesn't mter? >> it matters in the long run maybe. but when it comes to developing that initial impression, we don't believe that that is necessarily the most important factor. >> reporter: we hate to admit it as a species, but looks probably matter most. you look at one photo. >> sure, sure. >> which is kind of caveman? >> it's efficient. somebody told me the other day that he's been exposed to more women in the last year than probably his ancestors have in a lifetime. >> reporter: rad boasts he met his own girlfriend on tinder. he swiped right, and he matched heiress alexa dell, daughter of billionaire computer magnate michael dell. he was lucky. it's a very simple idea? >> simplicity is sometimes very complicated. >> reporter: if the balcony scene from "romeo and juliet" was the old sex -- >> see how she leans her cheek upon her hand. >> reporter: then, tinder is the new sex -- half of its users are between the ages of 18 and 24. >> i know when i don't like someone. i can tell immediately. >> reporter: it's just
ABC
Mar 25, 2017 10:00pm PDT
high. >> reporter: joan meier is a law professor at george washington university who studies family courts. her research has turned up some surprising, and in her mind troubling results. >> if you raise abuse, especially child abuse, you've got to make a very strong case. if you can't nail it, not only will you lose custody, you may lose all access because the assumption will be that you have poisoned your child's brain with these ideas. >> reporter: sandra says this is exactly what happened to her. so did her daughters run away to protest a family court ruling, like damon dumas? that's what brandon stahl, a reporter at the "minneapolis star tribune" wanted to find out. on the two-year anniversary of the girls' disappearance, he decides to write a story. >> i wanted to know if the girls are okay and if i could find them. >> reporter: he didn't find the girls but he did find this man. dale nathan, a diminutive 81-year-old who has spent years working as an attorney in custody cases. dale had his legal license suspended after he refused to reveal where one of his clients was in hiding
ABC
Jul 17, 2015 10:00pm EDT
? >> why not do it? >> you know what, tell that to a jury. it's not like ocean's 11. he's not george clooney. >> they describe themselves as this motley crew who started with car break-ins and home break-ins and elevated themselves to kidnappings and burglaries. >> reporter: the kidnapping of denise huskins, the note explains, was simply a "test of methods to be used later on a higher net worth target." but "the operation went terribly wrong," as the kidnappers apparently developed a soft spot for their victim. "we were very impressed with the strength she showed and who she was as we passed the time talking to her." >> what was stunning was that they actually felt guilty for kidnapping denise. >> they want to create a world where they are in charge, but very professional, articulate, which this person is. >> reporter: abc news consultant and former fbi profiler brad garrett has analyzed the e-mails. >> but they also don't want to harm anybody. they want a world where they can play at being a bad guy but not in reality be a bad guy. >> reporter: the note even includes an apology to d
ABC
Aug 2, 2014 9:00pm EDT
? >> partially. >> reporter: then there's this guy. the hotel night manager, george perez. >> the very first time i met george perez was, he looked at me and he said, "oh, my god, i hate cops." >> reporter: pretty blunt, pretty honest. >> oh, yeah. i'm used to it. >> was i nervous? absolutely, i would have every right to be. >> reporter: along with that instant hostility, perez attracts police attention because he's seen with inna in the lob biaft after she returns from her night out with peter. you can see the sleeve of her red jacket on the front desk security camera here. >> at some point in time, i do see inna coming and going from the hotel. i see her talking to the desk clerk. >> reporter: then, at 2:16 a.m., an odd encounter. >> he left the front desk unattended and went into the elevator with the victim and was gone for approximately 15 minutes and then came back down alone. >> reporter: perez initially said he helped inna to her room because she'd had too much to drink. >> so i escorted her, made sure she got into the room safely, came back down to my post. >> reporter: d
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