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FOX News
Apr 2, 2012 1:00am PDT
. the teenager shot and killed by george zimmerman, the 28-year-old neighborhood watch captain whose arrest now seems inevitable, if not imminent. >> trayvon martin was an american. trayvon martin was a person who all of the noble greatest ideas applies to. when he speak of the declaration of independents, liberty and justice for all in the pledge of allegiance, that applies to trayvon martin. >> the legal reasons zimmerman will likely be indicted soon is the claim by forensic experts hired that to a scientific certainty they believe the force screaming for help on the deadly encounter belongs to the dead teenager, not to the shooter. in other words it was trayvon screaming for help, not zimmerman as previously claimed. if that analysis is confirmed by prosecutors, it would be powerful evidence against zimmerman's claim of self-defense and an indictment for at least involuntary manslaughter would soon follow. a step that perhaps brings some mesh you shall of comfort to trayvon's grieving family, but let them speak for themselves. his mother and father join me live from miami. welcome
FOX News
Jul 13, 2013 7:00pm PDT
back to the jury room to be discharged. >> the verdict in the george zimmerman murder trial is not guilty. for all of our cable viewers on fox newschannel and our broad cast viewers on fox across the nation, this is the trial we have been watching now for weeks. mr. zimmerman. we were wondering which way this would go. 17-year-old trayvon martin killed february 26th, 2012. the man you see there, 29-year-old george zimmerman, said it was in self defense. he was a neighborhood watchman, and he felt threatened by a young man he had seen and followed. and now, he has been acquitted by this jury. i understand that we have greta van sustren by phone. are you with us? >> i am, harris. i've got you. >> your thoughts on this? >> well, it's extraordinary. i've been in that position where you're waiting for a verdict. i can tell you it's sort of a happy bittersweet night for the defendant because his wife and the parents, of course, the family of trayvon martin, they are deeply disstressed by this. you know, this is not a great night for anybody, but i can tell you having stood next to someon
FOX News
Jul 14, 2013 2:00am PDT
know how to respond. >> yes. >> you mentioned about george wantsing to get his life back, there's one person that is not going to. have you something to to the family? >> they have suffered a loss of trayvon martin. any time any life is lost, particularly a young life, it's a tragedy. we hear about it in car accidents and with cancer, i lost a 13-year-old niece to cancer. we hear about it constantly and it's a tragedy. i will not shy away from the fact that the evidence supported that george zimmerman did nothing wrong and that he was battered and beaten by a 17-year-old who for whatever reason, and we will not know, thought that he had to lash out and attack violently and it turned out that all of the forensic evidence supports that. none of it supports that george was the acongregregressoaggress not morally, could it have been avoided? 45 seconds before the gun shot, when george was getting battered, i still believe that that decision was in trayvon martin's hands more than my clients. as i mentioned they get my greatest sympathies for their tragics loss of their son, no one should
FOX News
Jun 3, 2012 7:00pm PDT
to remember trayvon martin and to praise the rerays of george zimmerman the man who killed the unarmed teen about three months ago. this is zimmerman's latest mug shot taken this afternoon after he heard from six weeks of hiding along the highway. >> approximately 1:25 today george zimmerman met members of the sheriff's office and at i 4. was placed into custody transported to the correctional facility is being booked and processed. i asked for judge lester's order. he will be held on a no bond status. >> zimmerman is back in jail on a no bond stant tus pending a bond hearing. the revcation of his fail if he takes the witness stand like he did last time he could be asked why he let his wife lie about their family finances telling the court they were flat broke at a time they collected at least 155,000 dollars in cash donations on their web site. the judge is angry. >> he let his wife testify falsely before the court in the answer to that hearing about money controversy. he allowed his attorney to stand up and make misrepresentations and also the court. it is the circumstances a
FOX News
Jul 16, 2011 7:00pm PDT
about george anthony, sexual abuse allegations and that smell of death. you will hear from the prosecution and casey's defense attorneys. what will happen when casey walks out of that jail? holly bristow is in orlando. >> at this point, we don't know specific details on how casey and the me will be released sunday. what we do know it can be any time after 12:01 a.m.. as we've seen in the past, she has walked right out this door. i'm told this time, that is likely not going to be the case. the only other time that happens in the case was when noelle bush was relaced if the orange county jail in 2002. at that time, her dad jeb was governor of florida and her uncle george w. bush was the president of the united states. secret service had concerns because of the war on terror and they thought she may be a target, since people knew where she was. jail offs are telling me this is likely going to -- jail officials are telling me this is likely going to be one of those situations. nobody is going to get a shot of casey anthony. they are going to try to get her out without anybody spott
FOX News
Jul 17, 2011 5:00am EDT
jail in 2002. at that time, her dad jeb was governor of florida and her uncle george w. bush was the president of the united states. secret service had concerns because of the war on terror and they thought she may be a target, since people knew where she was. jail offs are telling me this is likely going to -- jail officials are telling me this is likely going to be one of those situations. nobody is going to get a shot of casey anthony. they are going to try to get her out without anybody spotting her. they are not just doing it for her safety. they are doing it for the safety of the media and whatever protesters have been out here. as we've seen in the past, emotions run high. in the past she has been bummed by people trying to get at her. the media -- bumped by people trying to get at her. the media has been pushed around. they've got at least three plans in place at this point in time they nor not sure which one of those plans they are going to be going with. sounds like it is going to be a game time decision. they want to see how this area is covered by the public and the media
FOX News
Jul 17, 2011 1:00am EDT
not hold back when talking about george anthony. and his many suspicions about him. stick around. >> the prosecution is hugely disappointed. does prosecutor jeff ashton have any regrets? what is the deal with the prosecutor's smirking situation? the new droid inedible 2. i could use a smartphone with social apps to stay up on what my friends are doing. and 's global, so i'll know what they're doing while they're doing it, even wn i travel. i'll have to act surprised when they tell me stuff. i don't have a good surprised face. maybe i can look up videos of surprised people on my new phone for reference. yep, i really want that phone. upgrade to the new droid incredible 2 by htc with global capabilities for only $149.99. now on america's largest, most reliable high-speed network. verizon. i can tell you that childhood is a magical time. but for children with diabetes, life is not quite so carefree. the barbara davis center for childhood diabetes is fighting hard to find a cure. know the signs: irritability, excessive urination, weight loss. if you have any of these signs, please ca
FOX News
Apr 22, 2012 7:00pm PDT
controversy. mark omar raw attorney for george zimmerman a man accused of murdering trayvon. he is getting kudos of his own for turning his client's bail hearing into something potentially much more significant. >> i wanted to say i am sorry for the loss of your son. i did not know how old he was. i thought he was a little bit younger than i am. i did not know if he was armed or not. >> after you committed this crime and you spoke to the police did you ever make that statement to the police? that you were sorry for what you had done or their loss? >> no, sir. >> you never stated that, did you? >> i don't remember what i said. i do believe that i said that. >> you told that to the police? >> in one of the statements i said that i felt sorry for the family. >> i am going to grant the motion that ponded him out of 150,000 dollars. >> they have to accept the court's decision. they pray that his freedom is only temporary because the pain that he has caused this family is going to be permanent. thinker -- they are never getting trayvon back. >> ben, welcome. do sabrina and tracy worry ab
FOX News
Jun 12, 2011 5:00am EDT
, george and cindy made a decision when the medical examiner took the stand to not be in the courtroom. i understand they were back in the courtroom again today. what was their reaction? >> they sat pretty much straight faced in the back row of the courtroom where they typically do sit. really emotionless. there was nothing that really producted them to have a strong emotion one way or the other. however, i will say that on the past two days when all of those skeletal remains photographs including the skull photographs of little caylee anthony were shown inside the courtroom not only was george and cindy not there, neither was her brother lee and it was just casey anthony, the only anthony there all alone. >> judge jeanine: finally, baez.what about jose bu buy is he still count confident? how did he appear today? >> he puts on a confident game face. the defense did have really excellent cross-examination by j. cheney mason on friday when the chief medical examiner was defending her conclusion of homicide of unknown origin. j. cheney mason made it clear that the absolute definitive way cay
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 10:00pm PDT
to give us ner refeeled personal insights. >> george jim american the tyler of trayvon martin is back out for lying about his finances. it is proof it was his hood de after all. >> we heard some break in's in my neighborhood there are suspicious people. >> did you see what he was wearing? >> yeah, dark hood de like a gray hood de and jeans or sweat pants or lighten nis shoes. >> he was bearing sweat pants hood de walking around running toward the back of the complex. >> i can't see him. i don't want to go out there. i don't know what's going on. >> they are sending them. >> >> his ex-girlfriend with whom he had to seek a restraining order against him said he is violent? racist, no. >> it says it wasn't based on skin color yet his attire played a major basis here. his attire was a hoodihoodie. if that's not racially based to go after a guy with a gun and shoot him, come on. >> trayvon martin was an innocent kid tragically gunned down but there is no evidence to support the claim that zimmerman was a racist. chris serrino tells the fbi gang bangers are known in the community as goons. d
FOX News
Jul 16, 2012 1:00am EDT
a stranger in the neighborhood. at least to george zimmerman's eye wearing that hoodie. let's move on, ben. >> let's just say this -- let me just say this. there's a witness who is coming out that made a big issue about it. that should come out this week. she talks about george zimmerman being a racist. we need to hear everything. nobody in america can accept when i hooz to wear makes me a criminal. you can't do that because it opens a flood date and it's bad. what led up to the top not raying george zimmerman. i believe it will be a tremendous hurdle of the state if they try to convict george zimmerman of murder in the second degree. let me introduce our other guests here to help us analyze this and the other cases. there are the chief of the brooklyn da's homicide division the youngest person ever to hold so exalted a position. new york times best selling author and attorney jose bias. in terms of what led to this rays don't you have to divorce the civil rights aspect and profiling aspect? >> that's what they are doing they didn't charge him with a hate crime. when you look at a
FOX News
Jun 29, 2013 10:00pm PDT
president's between carter and obama have faired better in this circumstance? george w. bush, for example? what do you think? >> listen, i think george w. bush would have. george bush after 9/11 in particular made it clear that united states had certain priorities and policies and we're not going to back down. you're with us or against us. i think he would have been. i think reagan would been and i think bill clinton would have been more assertive. >> what do you do though? you don't want to risk war with these communist giants. what do you do? >> again, a lot depends on having a solid, consistent message. the president was back and force. one hand he is on an apology tour and then he's taking out bin laden. but the president is sending a mixed signal. it's not a clear signal. by doing that, he encourages the russians and the chinese, i believe, to take advantage. they knew they couldn't do it against reagan. i don't believe they could have done it against bush and quite frankly with bill clinton. clinton was very, you know, very tough on these issues. >> one of the most high profile sena
FOX News
May 20, 2012 10:00pm EDT
all george had to do is stay in the car and trayvon martin would be alive today. >> either mr. crump nor i are not allowed to do that under unethical rules he should not have been in the car. had he been doing the target had trayvon martin not been in the subdivision. the reality is we have to deal with what did happen not what might have happened and of course when all of the evidence comes out maybe connect as to why it would be more apparent. we have to wait until all of the evidence is there. >> we would say to ms. omira the biggest what if happens here is if george zimmerman doesn't disoy pobey police and neighborhood watch principal not to pursue but just neighborhood watch then trayvon is living. he could have called the police. the police would have handled this just fine. that is the problem here. he profiled him and acted on that profile. you can't do that. >> oo let me ask the question here rather than ask mark and go with zing and zaning heg here. are you troubled by the fact that several witnesses appeared to have backed george zimmerman's account that what he did was in
FOX News
Nov 14, 2010 4:00am EST
>>> as we continue my special interview with former president george w. bush about his brand new book, decision points from his crawford gloves some of the negotiations took place far from washington, d.c. an exclusive tour of one of the most isolated area of his ranch where world leaders could talk in private. >> you would try to get out here and clear the mind. >> what i would do is, of course, in the morning do my work. we had really good video equipment. >> right. >> i was able to have national security meetings or do domestic policy meetings. >> did you build this? >> yeah. >> so this was impassible. you couldn't get in here and so we kind of designed a way to get a path here. >> this is nice. look at that. up there. >> you haven't seen it yet. wait until you see up here. isn't this beautiful? >> this is spectacular. unbelievable. >> you can see why this would be a good spot to conduct diplomacy. we would come up here and visit. >> who was here? >> vladimir putin. you know, i think prime minister quasumi came here. i think tony blair came here 86 captain remember everybody that c
FOX News
Jun 24, 2012 10:00pm EDT
privilege for the first time now? also the lawyer for trayvon martin scrutinizes the george zimmerman case. and the sheriff joins me life to explain his department's recent arrest for a 6-year-old immigrant. [ morgan ] lopez lomong started running when he was six and he didn't stop for three days and nights as he escaped life as a child soldier. twenty years later, he was still running, he just had a different thing driving him. every step of the way. ♪ visa. supporting athletes and the olympic games for 25 years. join our global cheer. visa. supporting athletes and the olympic games for 25 years. to get people to try on these new depend silhouette briefs, and today we are rocking the red carpet. look it's lisa rinna! lisa hiii,i know you don't need one but will you try on these new depend silhouette briefs for charity and prove just how great the fit is even under a fantastic dress? are you serious? i am serious... sure why not! she's doing it! the best protection now looks, fits and feels just like underwear. hey lisa, who ya wearing? she's wearing the new depend silhouette. (growl) we
FOX News
Aug 24, 2013 7:00pm PDT
george, the royal family accuser joins us live from england. and -- >> my heart goes out to the lloyd family. >> as the nfl season apartments an all pro thug stands accused of murder. >> there has been an incredible rush to judgment. >> tonight we ask a former star if coaches still do a better job taking players out of the hood than taking the hood out of players. plus -- >> 50 years later mass incarceration. 50 years later we can't get a jobs bill through congress. people are asking me why are we marching? the issue is why did we wait until now to come and march in washington? >> as tens of thousands commemorate the 50th anniversary of dr. king's historic march, most stress the undeniable, persistent social and economic inequality. >> in new york there are black jobless above 50%. it should be stop and employ and not stop and frisk. >> the crippling of new york's stop and frisk today celebrated as a civil rights victor. >> when they say no you can't, pass a real racial profiling bill. we say yes we can. because yes we did two days ago in new york city. >> but as p coulds announce the
FOX News
Apr 29, 2012 10:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jun 11, 2012 1:00am PDT
. >> coming up the bush we don't hear too much about george h. w. 41. the subject of a fine new >> he won one golf war he kept us out of the war in iraq. approval rates of 60 percent. he lost in 92 because of the economy, stupid. perhaps because of the press as he said. >> can you describe what this year means to you? >> defeat to bill clinton. >> clinton did a great job of campaigning on that i didn't get it, i was out of touch and all of that. i don't want to sound like i am bashing the press but there was almost un nimity in the press corps. they are for him. that makes a huge difference. >> can you talk a little bit about ross perot? >> no, can't talk about him. i think he cost me the election and i don't like him. other than that i have nothing to say. >> rejected by the voters he had the satisfaction of seeing his son elected the 43rd president of the united states. we are talking about bush 41. a documentary on president george h.w. bush has been completed for hbo produced for our mentor friend and hollywood legend. >> making a documentary about the former president>> great friend of m
FOX News
Sep 16, 2012 10:00pm PDT
the script which never talks about mohammed. >> we were in reference to a man mast tore george my husband was going to give our daughter in marriage to this man called mast sore george which was going to raise him up to be give my husband higher rank so i was fighting in my husband over that. >> what word was replaced by them? >> mohammed. that's what it said. those were not my words. >> frightened herself an ordained minister confronted sam after seeing the violent reaction to the racist movie trailer posted on youtube. >> i called sam, i thought how dare you do this to us, to the world. >> what did he say? >> he said you tell them that you are innocent, cindy. it was the one who wrote the script who is guilty. tell them that he was the one that did it because he was tired of the radical muslims killing his people. he said that's what you need to tell them. >> did he talk about religion with you at all? >> never. >> his spouse's religion. did he say where he was where he was from? >> he never said anything about his religion or his belief system. he made me believe he was from eg
FOX News
Apr 29, 2012 7:00pm PDT
verdict and the george zimmerman trial has been there. let's understand the relative strength or wreakness of the government's case against the alleged murder. >> florida prosecutors stacy honowitz. isn't the professor right? unless you have a secret videotape somewhere or a surprise witness there's no way a government can prove the murder case, is there? >> i think those are really very strong words. i think it is difficult for us to sit here monday morning quarterback. i don't have all of the facts. professor derowitz doesn't have all of the facts in the case. the prosecutor is the only one in her team that knows what the evidence does and does not show. certainly at the bond hearing you had to prove proof of guilt with evidence presumption was great. the judge never made a ruling on that instead he set a bond. we have to wait and see just like everybody else. they were peaceful gatherings when this came about. i am hoping everybody sticks to that motto if there is a dismissal in this case. >> let's stick to the evidence. the evidence is in the affidavit. if there were more the
FOX News
May 9, 2010 1:00am EDT
, connections, good looks, athletic ability. and yet george wesley hilgley v now sits in jail for an act of violence his attorney wants us to believe was accidental. as they bury yardley today, many ask why no one intervened. team fox coverage beginning with nicole collins at yardley's funeral. >> at least 500 mourners came here this morning to pay their last respects to 22-year-old yardley love who was found beaten to death inside her off campus apartment near the university of virginia. the traditional catholic funeral mass lasted an hour and a half. family members spoke as did love's lacrosse coach. as love's coffin was brought outside her la crass teammates were visibly upset, embracing each other as they left the church. here is the program in the funeral service today. i want to share with your an excerpt from the inside from what she wrote in high school. after college i hope to attend virginia law school for three years and after that i wish to have a family and become a lawyer. if i had to wish for three things go to university of virginia for college, have a healthy and hap
FOX News
Nov 23, 2013 10:00pm PST
to george jones, where rabid fans filled every seat, they paid tribute to the country music legend for the no show up concert. his followers d. greatest artist on the planet took to the stage and in four unbroken hours played the songs of the man who was the echos of the ups and downs of american population. people might think country music is the muc of the rural world. but it is simply the music of our country. it is the story telling of our lives, the good and the bad and the broken. but country is the music of real people who face the tough moments of life and fight with all they have and still survive. back stage at the event was a family reunion of country stars and producers and musicians. as i observed the approval of those who made sacrifices who paid for the tickets in the seats. it occurred to me fixing washington will not happen. they live apart from us. and exempting themselves from the rules that crush us. their economy never stutters because they print more money for themselves and choke it out of us. and so the solution is not to reform washington but to abandon. it
FOX News
Jun 10, 2012 7:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Nov 16, 2013 8:00pm PST
named george hickey. where was george hickey riding and what weapon did he wield? >> he was a brand new agent. he had only been with the secret agency for four months. he was riding in the back of the limousine, the follow up car behind jfk only meters away from jfk. on the second shot you can see there's photographic evidence, it's overwhelming evidence, they all say that hickey turned at that second shot and reached for his weapon, the ar-15 from his position on the backseat. when he went to stand up the brakes were applied to the secret service vehicle and he accidental stumbled, fell forward and backwards and at that point the third shot rang out and that third shot was consistent in every way to be the work of this round that exploded upon impact. as you remember you could see jfk's head was blown and it was all over from that point forward. s >> you're making the stunning charge that a well meaning but inexperienced secret service agent picked up his weapon as he went to wield that weapon the car jerked to a halt and he fired and killed the president of the united states by ac
FOX News
Feb 10, 2013 1:00am EST
over the board. he likes hangover and this and likes george bush and likes this. he is so all over the board. a demeanted person who is so depressed. he was up there. he was a cop. he was this guy in the service. it was all taken away and now he is a nobody. they wouldn't promote him because he found hot that he got thrown off of the police department. all pumped up. depression. desperate people do desperate things. depression will cause almost anything. >> geraldo: we mentioned the fact that he is not just an ex-cop. also a military veteran. have to ask the question did he come home damaged in some way? we will certainly ponder that. the texas man who killed the american sniper that guy certainly came home damaged. that's next. my mother made the best toffee in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 1:00am EST
quake. mrs. clinton now on her way back to the u.s. former presidents george w. bush and clinton asking for american's support as well. president obama enlisting their help in the big fund raising effort. president obama planning to campaign for martha coakley sunday in her tight race in massachusetts. republican scot brown pulling slightly ahead of coakley in many poll is. a brown victory to change the democratic majority and break the healthcare legislation. i'm uma pemmaraju. for more headlines log on to fox news.com. >> glenn: we're coming to you today live from lower manhattan. we're a couple of blocks away from the world trade center site, which is still empty. i mean every time i pass it -- i don't come down to this part of manhattan for a reason. every time i pass it, it makes me this i to myself who are we, that we can't get this done. behind me is the statue of leb liberty and ellis island. i have want to talk to governor palin about ellilis island in a minute. first, i want to have a conversation you about things that i think about 3% of this nation is afraid of. and the rest
FOX News
Mar 28, 2011 5:00am EDT
people out ands she was tough as nails. one report in the "l.a. times" today that george will said something about her and that she demanded the that he apologize. he didn't apologize on air like she asked, but that he sent her a dozen roses with a note. this is 1984-'85 with a note that read did anyone ever tell you you are cute when you are angry? boy, if a guy sent that today, you know, we would be all over that. i don't know if people were all over george will then couldn't imagine how things have changed a little bit. maybe not gotten nicer but at least people hold their fire a little bit in some ways. >> perhaps so. but, again, very classy lady and able to bust through the door of the good old boys club and pave the way. she was truly a pioneer. by definition, pioneer means somebody who has paveed the way, broken new ground, allowed others to follow. that was geraldine ferraro. >> greta: her life wasn't without hardship. in the last year or two years, i talked to her here at fox, she had just been called a racist and was extremely painful for a woman who had devoted her life
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 10:00pm PDT
>>> this is a fox news alert. i'm her rail dough rivera reporting that the george zimmerman trial is over even before it begin. judge deborah nelson today ruling that prosecutors cannot use professed experts to identify who screams in the seconds before the neighborhood vigilante shoots young trayvon martin dead. >> do you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> all right. what is your phone number again? >> later tonight, aisle explain why the defense should now prevail. >>> and we'll probe the stunning evidence some say suggests strongly that it was foul play, not a fuel tank explosion, that brought down twa flight 800. >>> but up front, worries the chinese are going to keep whistle blower edward snowden, draining him of everything he knows. president obama is warning them today not to drag their feet when it comes to extraditing the connell putder expert to leaked the fact. the nsa has been see crestly harvesting billions of our tell phone and internet records. >> over time that awareness of wrongdoing builds up and you feel compelled to talk about. >> one of the most shocking elem
FOX News
Apr 11, 2010 1:00am EDT
his life. >> this is a picture. you and george clooney and he writes from here on i'm going to model my life after yours, you are the best and i'm proud to call you my grandpa, love george. you always said that relationships are the only thing that matter in life and in business. is that how you built an incredible franchise, getting george clooney and brad pitt and matt damon to star in your movies, is it because of a relationship? >> first of all, i'm older than all those stars you are talking about and so i learned a lot from the people who were older than me when i was a kid and then i learned try to teach the people with me and have a relationship with the people with me, the actors that george clooney and brad pitt and matt damon, et cetera. it as trusting relationship because i don't treat them like children. >> geraldo: how do you convince them, julia roberts to work in one of your movies for far below what they usually command. >> julia roberts was interesting. we con vined her simply, even soderbergh and clooney and i wrote her a note and put a $20 bill in it and sent it to
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Jul 20, 2013 7:00pm PDT
. exactly one week after a florida jury found george zimmerman not guilty of killing the unarmed teenager. >> we cannot have a society where any one of our children can be taken down. they have the right to stand their ground. what about trayvon's rights to stand his ground? what about our rights to stand our ground? >> the new york rally was attended by scores of politicians and celebrities including jay-z and beyonce. it is clear that to these protesters, the real star of the show is in the white house. >> you don't know about being guilty until proven innocent. you don't know the humiliation about how people judge you based on what your skin color is rather than your character, and nobody said it better than the president of the united states, barack obama. >> when trayvon martin was first shot, i said that this could have been my son. another way of saying that is trayvon martin could have been me 35 years ago. >> after more than four years during which the nation's first black president largely avoided the issue of race, his extraordinary speech friday is not without controversy. >>
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Nov 21, 2011 5:00am EST
george for some involvement in the death and disappearance of caylee. it was absolutely false. 100 percent false. to me that was not only a huge lie but was just cruel. >> is it a cruel lie jose bias. i didn't welcome you. thank you for coming on. >> i don't know how it could be a cruel lie when it was absolutely true. law enforcement asked her to wear a wire on two different occasions and have conversations with george about the duct tape. they had on several occasions done search warrants in the home and exceeded the scope. there was you a time when they left one of the cell phones in his car. any one looking at the case can see this. that came out in a pretrial hearing during -- actually during the trial outside of the jury's presence. >> i was shocked the psychiatrist reports, what casey told the psychiatrist is in this book. for instance casey telling the shrink she had been molested by george. casey telling the shrink her baby died on the 16th. >> those are sealed. i can't go there and i won't. i have a professional obligation to follow the rules. >> you are saying he did not
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