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some of the conventional wisdom floating around washington, that somehow even though most people agree that i'm being reasonable, that most people agree i'm presenting a fair deal, the fact that they don't take it means that i should somehow, you know, do a jedi mind meld with these folks and convince them to do what's right. >> jedi mind meld. this is sacrilege. like luke, anakin, obi juan. spock, star trek, we know you're a star trek fan. here's your with the one and only lieutenant ohora. you even got the split finger thing right. and even though conan quickly pointed out your unforced error, your ewoks at the white house tweeted this, giving jedi mind
meld its own welcome back site. how can you mix oil and water like this, all great, but not great together. here's the thing, we know you're not the first to make a pop culture pit fall. there was this. >> i got a bum knee. the lasso again, then the horse back. horse, horse. ride the cowboys, ride the cowboys. >> and there was this. >> who let the dogs out? thanks, guys. >> it happens. but this was an aracus sized accident, and the truth is it's probably this man's fault. this is jj abrams, one of the best director/producers out there. he did the unthinkable. he agreed to direct the new star wars. that started a revolt, a mutiny.
listen to me. i certainly did not write this. will surratt is obsessed with star wars, star trek, and all things between. i had to practice it quite a few times because pop culture references aren't my forte, either. have a good weekend. anderson cooper 360 starts right now. >> erin, thanks. good evening, everyone. tonight, killer romance. how travis alexander met the woman who would one day stab, slash, and shoot him. were there warning signs? dr. drew pinsky and mark geragos to look at the surreal murder trial of jeodi arias. also, john mccain tell s me there's plenty of blame to go around for the cuts, and he said some of those cuts could put american lives at risk. >> we begin with a man who watched his brother swallowed up by the earth and the nightmare isn't over yet. the sinkhole that opened up late
last night inside this home in a tampa suburb. that's right, a sinkhole inside the home. at much as 30 feet across and it's getting deeper now. the frantic 911 call came in just after 11:00 last night. the anguish and fear is raw and captured on the tape. >> yes, we need an ambulance and he's stuck underneath the house. the house just fell through. >> okay, and what happened to the house? >> the bedroom floor just collapsed, and my brother-in-law is underneath the house. >> just one second. let me connect you with the ems. >> difficult to imagine what they were going through. underneath the house, jeff bush. jeff's brother jeremy, who narrowly escaped the sink hole himself, leapt into the hole, digging at the sand and wreckage. he kept digging. he said he heard his brother's voice calling out from
somewhere, buried in the sinkhole. he kept digging until police pulled him out because the floors are going to give out. jeff bush is presumed dead, but jeremy is not giving up hope. saying he wishes he was back in the hole digging for his brurt would be an understatement. we spoke to him earlier at the scene. i'm so sorry for what you're going through. i cannot imagine how difficult this must be for you, for your entire family. can you walk us through last night? you had just gotten home from work. what happened? >> i just got home from work. me and my wife, my father-in-law and my 2-year-old daughter went to somewhere to get something to eat. came back home. told my brother, knocked on my brother's door, told him we weren't working today. he told me okay. i walked, me and my wife, my 2-year-old daughter and my father-in-law walked into my
room. sitting there, two minutes went by. hears a loud noise. sounded like a train coming through the house. and then i ran toward my brother's bedroom because i heard my brother scream. so i ran to the bedroom. i went to go open the door and run in. my old lady turned the light on and i seen there was no floor there. everything was gone. my brother's bed, my brother's dresser. my brother's tv. and my brother was gone. and this big hole, all i could see was barely see his bed. and i jumped in the hole to try to dig him out. i got a shovel and just started trying to dig him out. i thought i heard him screaming for my help. i thought i heard him asking me for help. so i tried and tried. and tried digging him out.
and i was screaming and screaming for him. and i couldn't get him out. i tried so hard. i tried everything i could. >> were you able to see him at all? did you see him at all in the hole? >> no, i could not see him at all. all i seen was his corner of his bed, corner of his box spring, and a corner of his bed frame. and the cord going from his tv to the cable wire. that was all i seen. >> and how long did you hear him for? >> maybe i heard -- i thought i heard him two orthree times yelling for help. yelling for help. and i just started -- i asked my father-in-law to grab me a shovel. and i jumped in the hole and started digging for him, and digging for him. and then the cop -- a cop came
and snatched me out of the hole because he said it was unstable. the ground was still falling. the rocks -- the concrete was still falling. and i think that cop saved my life. but no one's doing nothing to save my brother's life. >> how deep was the hole when you were in it? >> it was over my head. it was about up to my chin. >> and i know police obviously and firefighters on the scene. is anybody in the hole now? is anybody digging? >> nobody has been in the house at all. the last night, they came and used some special equipment. and from what i heard, they lost some of the equipment in the hole. and that was it. they have never been inside the house yet, and he's been in there since 10:00 last night,
and nobody's been in there to get him out. nobody. >> are you -- are you holding on to hope at all? >> i'm praying that there's an air pocket in there, that he can survive in. but i can't see anybody surviving that long in a hole like that. there was too much dirt, too much stuff. >> have they given you any updates or anything? >> no, nothing at all. nothing at all. i'm still sitting here in the dark. don't know what's going on. haven't seen nobody go inside the house. like i said, i work two jobs. trying to support my family. and now i have nothing. my 2-year-old daughter has nothing. my wife has nothing. and i have nothing now. and i don't know what to do. and i lost my brother.
>> your brother jeff, what's he like? >> he was a great person, man. he was a little weird. he had his little moments, but he was my brother, man, i loved him. i did everything i could for him. i gave him a place to live. i got him a job. i did everything i could for him. and then i tried digging him out of the hole and i guess i couldn't do enough to get him out. i feel so bad because i couldn't get him out. and nobody else is doing nothing to help him. >> jeremy, i'm so sorry for what you're going through, and i -- what happens now? i mean, where are you? >> there's a picture of my brother right there. there's a picture of my brother right there. the man i love. the guy i always -- he's my brother, man. he was everything to me.
that's him. >> how is the rest of your family? >> distraught, my mom's in bad health as it is. it's really hard on her. she's got really bad health, and this is not helping at all. >> are you able to talk to authorities to ask them about what's going on? about why they're not in the house? >> they won't tell me nothing. they won't tell me nothing. all i know is they said they're drilling right now to see if the ground is stable enough for them to go inside the house. if it's not stable enough for them, i don't know. i think they're going to tear the house down and try to get him out that way. >> do you have any indication about why this happened? was the house built on a sinkhole? do you know anything about how this occurred? >> i have no idea. we had two -- i think it was in
september or august, something like that, we had somebody come out for insurance, and they were checking for sinkholes and checking for damage and stuff like that, checked all the walls and made sure there was no cracks or anything in the wall. he said everything was fine. and now all of a sudden, my brother's dead because he fell in a sinkhole. the sinkhole swallowed him up as he was sleeping in bed. >> but you're pretty sure that you heard him calling? you heard him calling out? >> i -- i could swear i heard him calling out. >> jeremy, i'm so sorry for what you're going through. and our thoughts and our prayers are with you and the rest of your family and with your brother. thank you for talking to us. >> all right, thank you. >> stay strong. thank you, jeremy. >> thank you. >> just unbelievable. john is also on the scene.
the earth itself continues to be a threat to human life as it continues to give ground. john joins us now. what's going on right now, this moment, john? what's the latest? >> anderson, we just got word that the drilling operations have stopped for the evening. they'll resume those at first light. by the drilling operations, i mean they have been using ground penetrating radar, electronic probes, a ground-drilling cone they had out here earlier tonight where they're drilling holes, taking core samples, trying to get a handle on the dimensions of this sinkhole. and what they told us was it is unstable around the house. and that they don't know when or if they will be able to get back inside that house. bottom line, they do not want to risk anybody else's life. this is a recovery operation now. it's not a rescue operation. and they're not going to go back in there until they are certain that it is safe for people to go in to that house. so again, tonight, anderson, all the work is shut down. they'll pick it up tomorrow, but
again, as you mentioned at the tom, the sinkhole is at least 30 feet deep. it's continuing to get deeper and it's continuing to widen, and the slopes are very, very steep, according to engineers, which means it has to continue in that soft sand. it's going to continue to widen. >> we don't have a picture of the sinkhole, but i want to show people pictures of other sinkholes to get a sense of what kind of size we're often talking about, the power of them. you see a fire truck collapsed into a sinkhole. that's obviously not the same sinkhole, but these are different ones just to give you a sense. j john, at this point, is there any indication jeremy's brother may still be alive. you say they're looking at it as a recovery operation. have they confirmed that he's dead? >> they haven't flat out confirmed it, but they're not treating it with any sense of urgency, and the way they put it during a news conference at 6:00 this evening is they did not want to risk anyone else's life going in there, so they're presuming at this point that he
is deceased, that there's no way he could have survived being literally covered alive in all of the dirt and debris as the hole began to collapse around him. anderson. >> the other sinkholes that we're showing pictures of, what causes a sinkhole? >> you know, florida is built on literally about 3,000 feet of limestone. several thousand feet of limestone, all of the state of florida. up in this part, more of it, and what happens is when the limestone gets porous, you get ground water rushing through. a lot of times you get caverns that open up, and over time, as the water then gets drained out, you end up with these giant literally caverns and then it begins to collapse. again, soft sand all around. very porous, and that's what's happened here. and exactly why it opened up where it did, you know, that's just mother nature doing what mother nature tragically did in this case. it's really the geology of florida. that why there's so many here.
it's very, very porous limestone in many places and a lot of aqua furs in florida that are fed from groundwater, that are in cased in the limestone. when the water disappears, sometimes you end up with a cavern and ultimately sometimes it collapsed. >> any indication, is there generally any warning? jeremy said it sounded like a freight train hitting their house, and his brother was gone. is there cracks in walls if it's happening underneath the house, or has anything like this happened in that neighborhood before? >> yeah, in fact, all around here. not right here in this neighborhood, but not too far off from here, they had a rash of sinkholes a couple years ago. you know, they believe it was from water being pulled out for farmland around here that actually opened up a cavern. but yeah, you can notice cracks in the walls and you can have inspectors come out and look at your house for signs that perhaps you have settling issues which could be indicative of a sinkhole, but in many, many
cases, we have seen it over the years, anderson, where suddenly, someone will wake up and part of their bedroom is gone, part of their living room is gone, but tragically, in this particular case, this sinkhole just opened up right underneath where this man was lying in bed, and with no warning at all. and he was gone in a matter of instances. >> when you see the other sinkholes, the fire truck inside the hole, how -- ultimately, how do they get dealt with? do they just get filled up? >> ultimately, in many cases, they don't. they end up with a giant hole in the ground, and that's the way it stays. a lot of times they'll fill back up with water and you can end up with a lake. there have been instances where sinkholes have appeared underneath and very close to lakes and before you know it, all the water is gone and you end up with an empty hole. but some of them are just too massive and too deep that there's no way to fill them all and they're left as open gaping holes in the earth. >> a horrible thing that
jeremy's brother may still have been alive. jeremy is convinced he heard him calling out and he got yanked out of the hole because it wasn't safe. a horrible situation for that family wrnch john, appreciate the reporting on that. we'll continue to update you through the hour. let us know what you think. follow me on twitter? have you ever seen anything like this in person. >> coming up next, critics say he's the president. shouldn't he do something? $85 billion in spending pain about to take effect, what president obama and leader lawmakers did today and didn't do to stop it. also, i'll talk to senator john mccain on america's fighting men and women who he says will get hit the hardest and maybe be put in risk here. and everyone trying to faollow the example of benedict and call it quits? we'll show you the less traditional ways of heading out the door or being pushed. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work.
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tonight with the senate and house with a long weekend. a last-minute meeting between president obama and congressional leaders got nowhere. a congressional aide calling the tone subdued. afterwards, president obama blamed republicans for not accepting taxes to head off the forced cuts. also mixing his star wars and star trek metaphors, he lashed out at critics who expecting him to solve the problem by exercising stronger leadership. >> i know this has been some of the conventional wisdom floating around washington that somehow, even though most people agree that i'm being reasonable, that most people agree i'm presenting a fair deal, the fact that they don't take it means that i should somehow, you know, do a jedi mind meld with these folks and convince them to do what's right. >> in the meantime, house speaker john boehner not budging, calling the revenue
discussion in his words over. also lately, a war of words fought over just how bad the $85 billion in cuts are going to be, everything from end of the world to no big deal. >> he's the commander in chief. on his watch, we're going to begin to unravel the finest military in the history of the world at a time we need it most. >> there are no cuts here. he's trying to set the stij to suggest that this small cut in spending will have any kind of effect related or similar to what his tax increases have done. >> spending cuts that will cause unemployment, instability, and uncertainty in our economy takes place. it is a day when soon people will be getting a pink slip. >> those cuts, those things people are going to face is nothing compared to what this nation is going to face if we continue to spend a trillion a year more than we're taking in. >> they're cutting the seniors their deliver meal to back by one meal a day because of the sequester cuts. >> it's a pittance. it's a slowdown in the rate of
growth. there are no real cuts happening over ten years. >> they will hurt our economy. they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to the unemployment rolls. people will lose their jobs. >> the fact is thousands of federal workers will be furloughed and everything from air travel to hiv prevention programs could get hit. as you heard lindsey graham there say how the cuts affect defense is now a big concern to him and especially to senator john mccain who joined me earlier. >> as you know, meetings at the white house today on the sequester, met for an hour and a half. i mean, do you get the sense -- the sense i get is the american people are fed up, sick of hearing about this, sick of this kind of finger pointing. who do you blame? >> i think everybody can share some of the blame. and i will admit to being a partisan republican. but i believe it is the job of the president of the united states, particularly as commander in chief, when we're talking about the effects on
defense here. i believed a year ago that the president should call people into the office and start negotiating. but having said that, i will accept blame, and i think republicans voted for it. but again, i think the president should be leading. and we should be sitting down and really ready to do whatever is necessary to prevent, in my view, a blow to national defense. >> you have been in washington for a long time, and you know, we had jordan mitchell on the program, trent lott on the program, who pointed back to days when they were in office. there was a lot of partisanship, a lot of finger pointing, but when push came to shove, people could get things done. it doesn't seem like that's the case anymore. >> in a lot of ways you're correct. there are a few exceptions. last year, we did pass a few bills, although it was the least productive congress since 1947. that's just a fact.
>> the least productive since 1947? >> since 1947, the least productive congress. this year, we have worked on an agreement we made. it was hard-fought, but to avoid a 51-vote senate, i can assure you we're making progress on immigration reform. republicans and democrats, eight of us are working together. there are some areas that i think we are working together, but this one, obviously, is not the transcendent issue. >> rand paul was on cnn the other day saying it's nibbling around the edges. it's a pittance. can you come up with a solution if there's people in your own party who are saying this isn't such a big deal? it's not such a bad thing? >> in all due respect to my colleagues in the congress, i think you can believe them or those men and women who are serving in the military. and one other aspect of this, this disresult rupts the lives
all volunteer force. we're so proud that we have the finest of america that are serving in our military. they don't know what they're going to be doing tomorrow. are we going to be able to supply them with the equipment they really need? we're still in a war. and so what we're doing to them is a great disservice, in my view, and in my view, it should be enough to force us to stop this if you believe our military leaders. >> is it more depressing to work in washington now? >> yes. >> was it more -- as a public figure, as a public servant, did cow have a better sense of accomplishment in the past? >> i had a much better sense of accomplishment in the past. there's still areas where i work together with my democrat colleagues all the time. i mean, in the defense committee, we work together all the time. but there are other areas, and in all due respect to some of my newer colleagues, that may not
be the case, 42% of the senators in the united states senate have now been there six years or less. >> what does that tell you? >> it tells me that i think it's very helpful and healthy to have been in minority and majority. that way i think you understand the problems and challenges of being on both ends of the spectrum. >> do you think some people are too, too idealogical and that compromise is a dirty word to some people? >> i think that you can stick to your principles and still make compromises. i think there's no reason why we shouldn't be proud of the fact that back in 1983, our icon, our hero, ronald reagan, and tip o'neal, when social security was about to go broke, walked out of the white house on the rose garden and said we're fixing social security. they raised taxes. they raised retirement age.
they made tip o'neal made compromises. i still respect ronald reagan and admire his principles, but he was ready to make compromises in order to save social security. so i don't think that compromise is necessarily a betrayal of principles. >> thank you very much. >> thanks for having me on. very interesting time. >> interesting times indeed. for more on the story, go to cnn.com. >> ahead, a new angle to the arias case. the jodi arias case. how travis alexander met jodi arias. were there any signs as the relationship developed that he was dealing with a dangerous woman. dr. drew pinsky joins us and mark geragos. >> the new developments in the aurora theater shooter. new documents have been released and they could shed light on a plea. e fine, ok? girl: ok. dad: you look so pretty. ♪
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you can always bear your chest in the company newsroom. >> i'm here to tell you i'm quitting. >> or simply march out with a bandic like joey defrancesco. dab raw ferric, cnn, new york. >> that's one way to go, i suppose. let's get caught up on some of the other stories we're following. >> lawyers for the theater shooter filed court documents today. he's accused of killing eight people and wonunding 58. >> bruce davis, a former follower of manson is not getting parole. they said the 70-year-old still poses a threat to society. he's serving two life sentences for killing two men back in 1969. >> and a dog owner believes her prized pooch was poisoned at the famous westminster dog show in
new york city. he died last month, four days after competing in that show, anderson. >> so bizarre. appreciate that. thanks very much. we got word that president obama has signed the sequestration order that goes into effect at the end of the evening tonight, i think around midnight time. coming up inside the jodi arias and travis alexander, inside their relationship. she admit she killed them. we'll take a look at how they met and i'll speak to dr. drew pinsky about whether there were any warning signs that arias was capable of shooting him 29 times, cutting his throat from ear to ear. >> also, when stuff started disappearing from lockers, two sophomores put together a sting operation. you won't believe who turned out to be stealing. we'll be right back. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix.
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we're going to have an ac 360 special report all about the case, including a look at how joedi and travis met and what their relationship was like before the deadly day back in 2008. randi kaye reports. ♪ i knew one glorious morn ♪ fall on your knees >> jodi arias has sung a lot of different tunes since this picture of bliss turned into a blood bath. ♪ night divine >> it's a grisly tail of passion gone wrong. of sex, lies -- >> i'm not guilty. >> and a life brutally cut short. >> this is a case, this is a story, this is a criminal defendant unlike any other we have met before. jodi arias, beautiful young woman, accused of brutally murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. as a matter of fact, the day she admittedly killed him, they had
sex. they took pictures. but then she stabs him 29 times. almost decapitates him, shoots him in the head, and she says it's self defense, but the prosecutor has a whole different theory here. that it was premeditated, cold-blooded murder because she was obsessed with travis alexander. >> the end for jodi and travis was foul and heinous, but their courtship actually began quite innocently, in of all place said, sin city. >> we were there for a convention. our company had a big event there. i was there in las vegas with him. >> travis alexander was a motivational speaker and close friend and coworker of david hughes in the fall of 2006. >> and i knew that he was single and he was always looking for ms. alexander. >> enter saleswoman and aspiring photographer jodi arias. >> i told travis, hey, there's
this cute girl i work with. you should meet her. he said introduce me. i introduced them and they developed a relationship from there. >> they met in vegas. the night they met, it seemed things heated up quickly. jodi arias said within a week or so, they're having sex in the car. >> jodi and travis had an instant physical attraction, a whirlwind romance, but a long distance one with her in palm desert, california, and him five hours away in mesa, arizona. still, that wouldn't slow them down. shana hogan is the author of "picture perfect" about the jodi arias case. >> from the very beginning, travis and jodi were in almost constant communication. they talked every day, they exchanged thousands of e-mails and text messages. >> jodi was so attracted to travis that she converted to the
church of latter day saints because travis was a mormon. >> she started to inquire more about the lds faith and ended up joining the church, which i'm sure brought their relationship -- made it even stronger. >> to outsiders, jodi and traves appeared devout, a pure mormon couple, but appearances as was often the case with these two, would appear deceivindeceiving. >> behind the scenes, it was not pure, it wasn't chaste. they had this intense sexual relationship that they kept hidden from everyone. >> joining me now live is dr. drew pinsky, host of dr. drew on call on hln, and also mark geragos, coauthor of "mistrial, how the criminal justice system works and sometimes doesn't." from what we know from the past, are there signs? is it sociit sociopathic? psychopathic?
>> there are signs it's one. people describe her at empty, chameleon like, but it's the alchemy of the time-out of them together. his friends describe him as addicted to her. it was all underground. he couldn't go to anybody. he felt out of control because he was hiding it from the church. it was unlike anything he had done. she was luring him in and reeling him in all the time. together, this thing was an obsessional relationship on both sides. she's the one who killed the guy. >> how psycho is she? >> completely. thank you for that clinical term. >> i was going to say -- go to drew for the analysis. this woman is every guy's nightmare. >> i think that's what's interesting and so compelling about watching this testimony, because it's rare unless you're a doctor that you actually have the opportunity to see someone's sociopathic behavior or psychopathic behavior playing out in front of you. >> all the lies and the tears that seem empty, and the tears are really that she's been caught. >> i used to say a couple days
ago, i used to want to take this tape and play it for new lawyers on how not to do cross-examination or how to dial it back, but now, after you have seen whatever, you take an hour a day, she is just a nut. i mean, completely a diabolical nut. you don't need much more than that. the interesting thing about it, though, is i'm not so sure that doesn't help her in front of that jury. >> because? >> because? they feel sympathy for that? >> you have 12 people there, and ultimately, she could resonate with somebody who says she's a brother, sister, daughter. >> however, when you see -- a lot of people haven't seen the pictures of the brutality of the slaughter. when you see that, you say, oh, my god. too much. >> i said this the other night to drew. i thought it was so effective. if you're the prosecutor on this, instead of spending all your time screaming at her and yelling at her and doing whatever, you take up those pictures. and i don't care what she does or how she acts or anything
else. that is what would convict her. that's where you should have focused. you could have gotten in in two hours, talked about the pictures. >> these pictures are nothing like the jury is seeing. there's a brutality. it's butchering. >> which is why day two of the cross-examination by this guy was infinitely better when he started to play around with the pictures. because if you look at the pictures, she can't -- she can't deal with them. >> there's no way to deal with them. >> it's interesting how also everybody is watching the trial. everybody has different things they have sort of pointed out as being the things that really resonated with them. with me, there's two things. one, the fact that she filled up all her gas in california, drove to arizona. to me, screams out premeditation. also, the photographs that she took of travis alexander, time stamped two to three minutes before she killed him. >> stunning. >> we're showing. this is a photo, travis alexander staring directly into her eyes. travis alexander in the shower
two to three minutes before she starts to kill him. seemingly premeditatedly. so even when she's taking the photo said, she know ezshe's going to kill him. >> isn't amazing to you all the time she's been on the stand, those two points, i agree with you, if that's my client, that's what i'm dreading for the entire time, completely lost. why is it completely lost? because you spent so much time dealing with trying to be the kind of over the top in terms of your performance. >> and testimony begins again monday. she's back on the stand, day, i guess, 14 of her testimony. >> men react differently to her than women. the women are the ones who are going to sympathize with her. men are freaked out like you are. >> thank you very much. have a good weekend. be sure to tune in tonight to an ac 360 special report, sex, lies, and audiotape, the jodi arias trial. 1:10 from now. everything about the case, all the ins and outs and details on
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no one knew who was behind it. when students started pointing fingers at each other, students started to do their own sleuthing. hot they uncovered shocked the whole community. >> except for the cell phone surveillance video, it's a story that could have been lifted strad out of a nancy drewmistery. this young detective is justine betty, a sophomore at linden high school in central california. >> i was holding my breath so i wouldn't breathe heavy and she wouldn't hear me. i was shaking so bad. >> call it the case of the locker room pick pocket. justine, her friend marissa, and another girl were goofing around in p.e., hiding in lockers, first for fun and then to see if they could catch a thief. >> i had things stolen from my p.e. class multiple times. >> we watched to see what was going on in there after everybody left. >> they suspected a fellow student was taking money and valuables, but they were wrong. it wasn't a student stealing. it was a teacher. >> the teacher took some jeans
out of a gym bag and she took money out of there. >> but the girls needed proof, so two days later, they set up makeshift cell phone surveillance cameras. one with justine in a locker. marissa's tapes in a second locker, and waited. >> the camera was through a hole in the locker. >> sure enough, along came the thief. this time, the camera captured it all. there it was, a 30-year veteran teacher going through student clothing and backbacks. >> i needed to get evidence and a video to show people if they didn't believe it. >> when they took the video to the principle -- >> we were nuvs we were going to get in trouble, but we knew it was worth it was things like that shouldn't be happening at the school. >> the teacher has been placed on administrative leave while an investigation is under way. >> it's not okay for a teacher that all of the students trust and a teacher that was so nice and made you feel comfortable to be stealing things like that. >> the san juan keen county sheriff's department told cnn it
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