. >> warmer, for sure. >> coming up next from venezuela, illiana lopez tries to set the records straight. >> you'll hear part of the interview with sheriff ross mirkarimi's wifr, stay with us. >>> a key figure in the domestic violence case against ross mirkarimi is speaking for the first time about what happened. >> it's his wife, illiana lopez. dan noyes traveled to venezuela to get the interview and dan is here now. she says she wants to set the record straight. >> when we met this weekend lopez never dodged a question. she introduced me to her family and talked about the impact the case had on her 3-year-old son. >> thank you for being here and coming to venezuela and welcome. i hope you enjoy this beautiful city. >> i met lopez in her hometown over the weekend. she's gone there to be comforted by her family. she walked me through the controversy and including what she believes was her biggest mistake, confiding in a neighbor. >> i was shocked of course. and. >>... were you angry? >> in that moment so confused like she didn't have my permission. >> from that point your life changed?.
, illiana lopez is speaking out. during the domestic violence case against ross mirkarimi the district attorney released stills from the video showing a bruise on lopez's arm. and if i were a woman in domestic violence situation, if i were really a woman who is terrified how this can help me? this could destroy me completely. if i am in san francisco with theo how you can deal with that? if i were a victim? >> and this interview airs tonight at 11:00. >> a female partner of one of skal -- silicon valley's prominent venture capital firms is suing for discrimination. she's been a partner since 2005. her lawsuit claims she's faced six years of problems since rejecting the sexual advances of a male colleague. she issued a statement saying it regrets the situation sk litigated and believes a suit is without merit. >> and let's move to consumer news, soon it will be easy for cable tv customers to get free access to wi-fi. >> there is information about who gets free access. >> yes. >> and there is customers that will have free access traveling outside of their home network. companies will ope
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