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says he was kicked in the head by israeli police one day after his cousin was kidnapped and killed. >> number two, 11 people died and one survived when a small plane crashed in poland this weekend. that's according to state news who say the 40-year-old survivor is in serious but stable condition. the cause of the crash wasn't immediately known. number three, four people were killed and as many as 12 others injured after a boat crashed near miami. it happened on friday. the collision happened after a fourth of july fireworks show there over the bay and officials say three boats were involved and that boaters may have been rushing to get back to shore when the crash occurred. there were also several children among those injured. >> number four, the search is on in southern california for the wife of a u.s. marine. 19-year-old erin corwin has been missing for a week. her husband corporal jonathan corwin reported erin missing.
she was last seen headed from her home to the jash wau tree national park. authorities have raised the possibility of foul play. >> number five, a swimmer in california lucky to be alive. some might call it more than luck. after he was attacked by a great white shark on california's popular manhattan beach. so the attack happened yesterday after fishermen hooked the shark. a swimmer came by at the absolute wrong time. was bitten there on the torso, is now home after being treated at a hospital. now to iraq where new video purports to snow the elusive notorious leader of the islamic group isis. >> a witness recalled a terrifying scene when this man, abook backer al baghdadi burst into friday prayers at mosque with gun men. this is the person that people
believe is baghdadi f. this is authentic it would be one of the first known appearances of the militant leader who once was held by the u.s. >> joining us now is retired u.s. army lieutenant general mark hurtlink. he kmanted iron 2007-2009. good morning to you, general. what do you think it says to you at least about isis, its control of iraq, that baghdadi has been in hiding for so long, but may now be putting himself out there in the public spotlight? >> well, good morning. i think this is a very important step on his part because it shows that he understands the messaging campaign. he's trying to get the word out that they are consolidating in northern iraq. i think the impromptu approach of barging into a mosque at that -- is in fact what happened -- shows that he's willing to show the people of mosul and other places that he's in control. they are trying to be in control. i think it's messaging, it's
part of today's battlefield, you not only have to win the fights but you have to get the word out. >> does this speak at all is it any commentary on the u.s. control of the situation or knowledge of the situation in iraq? that he could go in mosul. >> i don't think so, victor. i don't think that's an implication in that regard. i mean, we've known for several weeks that he has expanded his control in the northern territories mosul, tikrit, some of the other big cities so i think this is more of him getting the message to his followers that his organization along with this sunni tribes that are supporting him, are gaining control. i think he may overstep his bounds, though, by doing some things like this. there have been reports of destruction of religious shrines and mosques, there was films of explosions of minerettes.
i have to reassert the fact that 90% of the iraqi people are really good people. and this guy is attempting to impose his will, which is somewhat evil, on people who just want to make a living and see their children grow up. i want to restate that, that this is an interesting approach by a man who has got a very evil ideology. >> let's shift to the u.s. mission in iraq. the white house announced this week that it's boosting the number of troops deployed to help secure the uss embassy in baghdad and the nearby airport. joint chiefs chairman martin dempsey insisted this is not an echo of street nam. list of vietnam. >> there is this mission creep. that's the wrong phrase. the issue is mission match. we'll match the resources we apply with the authorities and responsibilities that go with them based on the mission we undertake. that is to be determined.
>> what do you think about the increased troop level? do you think it suggest as deeper u.s. involvement than the administration is suggesting? >> i don't right now. i think general dempsey's statements are typically in line with what a military commander would be doing right now. we're holding all options open. that's what he has to do and he has to present options to the president. so hess main missions right now, i think the military main mission, is to protect american citizens in iraq, specifically in baghdad and in other places where they might be. and secondly, to gain assessment of what's going on. to find out more about the enemy. and then the third mission, really, is to give advice to the iraqi soldiers and leaders who are commanding the fight. these are the things that the u.s. mission is doing there. and when we talk about maybe increased levels, we're not talking about a significant increase, it sounds like a lot when there was the initial statement of hey, we're going to have 300 and now it look likes
600, perhaps a thousand. those soldiers and various forces are there to do specific things, and he's making an assessment continually in terms of how do we increase that to make sure we're protecting american citizens and how are we advising others. >> okay, mark hurtling, thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you, victor. >> you know the phrase, wwjd what would jesus do? >> i heard of it. >> it appears that tyler perry now has control of the trademark of wwjd. so maybe the better question is what will tyler perry do? plus this. >> has he been living under a rock that he doesn't know that thing you do on the internet by yourself unencumbered from your station are going to have a different repercussion. >> sirius radio fire as shock jock. is it all that shocking?
and prevents gum irritation. that's why i always choose the fastest intern.r slow. the fastest printer. the fastest lunch. turkey club. the fastest pencil sharpener. the fastest elevator. the fastest speed dial. the fastest office plant. so why wouldn't i choose the fastest wifi? i would. switch to comcast business internet and get the fastest wifi included. comcast business. built for business. >> i don't know. >> i don't know. maybe we should ask tyler perry.
>> hey, your hair is so pretty. who doing your hair? lord have mercy. how you doing? >> you come before me more than you go to the doctor for a check-up. >> you ain't got to say nothing. i'm living for the lord. i am living for the lord. i am living for the lord. >> medea may be living for the lord but her creator tyler perry owns a little bit of it. trademarking the phrase what would jesus do. >> you know the phrase, it's popular on bracelet and t-shirts but should any one own it? to discuss we're joined by a branding expert and criminal defense attorney. >> good morning. >> let's start with you. janet, why register this, it's a common phrase now inside and outside the church. why feel a need to protect it? >> because you're a genius and you're tyler perry, that's why he is tyler perry and we're not. this is an expression that's been around since the 1900s.
but what trademark does is you can use it in a title, in a movie, in a tv show. look at kellogg's. they trademarked it's great or they're great. they also have a trademark on mothers. that doesn't mean i can't say mother but if i try to sell a product by using that expression or that word, then i'm in trouble. and that's what he's doing. he's going to sell a tv show, promote something that has that title in it. >> michael, does this give him the right to go after people who are wearing the bracelets or creating the bracelets. not individuals but if he wants to start this new franchise wwjd, go after people who aren't using it the way he approves of? >> i suppose he could 2 after them. why would he. he is a brilliant marketer, he understands perfectly what he's doing right now. witness we're here today. the first kickoff move is a public relations coo. so i think the question is as
we've said. what is he going to do that where will he own it and how tightly is he going to control it is going to depend on where it's going to reside in the broader picture of what his empire looks like right now. >> janet, with this there's bound to be some confusion here. what does it mean for the average person who wants to wear a what would jesus do bracelet or t-shirt like we've seen? >> it means nothing. he said in his filing he's not trying to trademark the word jesus which thanks, tyler, that's big of you. but you know, it really doesn't mean anything. if i launch a tv show and i call it wwjd then tyler perry is going after me. if i'm wearing a t-shirt, i don't think he could do it. the important thing is that he does nothing with it, then it doesn't matter. then you know, he can't actually go after anybody because he has to use it in a project. >> are the rules governing -- i don't know if these are written but the rules governing
monetizing faith and religion and jesus especially, are they different as they be compared to anything else? is there a thin line of taste in this arena? >> well, you hit upon it. whether the rules are written or not is a question of how far do you want to push it and what's appropriate usage of it. there are certainly guidelines and laws and i defer to my colleague on the legal aspects of that. but there's the due main, the public due main usage of this and how much he wants to push the boundaries. i don't think we're going to see inappropriate use. i think probably if he follows character we'll see brilliant use. this is a man who gets marketing and branding probably better than many in his field. >> all right. michael and janet, wwjd, we'll see what tyler perry does with it. >> thanks, guys. are you a fan of the show scandal? >> you know i am. >> it turns out one of the show's stars ran into a bit of scandal himself.
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challenge he faced on the field. susan candiotti has more. >> reporter: alison and victor, good morning. accused murderer aaron hernandez is expected in court twice in the coming days, to challenge prosecutors and the new england patriots. aaron hernandez flashes occasional smile while his lawyers fight tooth and nail to drop a first-degree murder charge in the execution style murder of odin lloyd. hernandez has pleaded not guilty. >> think that the grand jury could find based on drawing all the infrernlss as they must be drawn in a light most favorable to the common twhaelt mr. hernandez was present when mr. lloyd was killed. yes, i think they have enough to say that. but that is just not enough to make him a voluntary, deliberate participant in that killing. >> reporter: the defense also
wants a judge to throw out evidence seized from hernandez' home arguing the search warrant was not properly served. that could include hernandez's own home security video which shows hernandez holding what prosecutors believe is the murder weapon. it's never been found. on monday, the trial judge is also expected to rule on a defense request to move hernandez to a different jail so he can be closer to his lawyers. hernandez has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a fellow prisoner where he is now. on wednesday, the defense is taking aim at the new england patriots. hernandez wants a court subpoena to force his old team to turn over any medical and psychological information that, quote, may bear upon his physical and mental state prior to lloyd's murder. legal experts say this indicates his lawyers might be considering a diminished capacity defense. meaning he didn't know right
from wrong. alison and victor. >> susan, thank you. >> it may be time for former scandal star columbus short to call in olivia pope. the actor was arrested for public intoxication. this isn't his first run-in with the law. he was arrested for punching a patron. and in april short's wife accused him of threatening to kill her. short's publicist declined to comment on the latest incident, short has already announced he won't be returning for season four. >> a veteran police officer shot in a gun battle last night passed away at an indiana hospital. the a patrol man exchanged gun fire but emergency crews were not able to save him. according to wxin the suspect is in critical condition and has been preliminarily charged with murder. >> anthony cumia, part of a
siriusxm show was fire forward a racially charged rant on twitter. >> after allegedly being attacked by an african-american woman in times square, the often controversial radio host sent a series of profanity laced tweets. calling the woman among other things, an animal. >> they have taken down but cumia promised to address the story online in the coming days. cnn's alexandra field is following this story. >> what anthony cumia says on the air may sometimes surprise you. this time he wasn't on the job but his former employer, sirius xm, still says it was enough to cross the line. they are the shock jocks fans love to hate. >> you're checking out the opi and anthony show. >> thanks for being there, people. our first day on xm satellite radio. >> but after 20 years together on the air, opi and anthony are no more. >> once it's over, it's over.
>> it's over. >> sirius xm pulling the plug on anthony cumia this week for his seemingly hate-filled remarks on twitter after he claimed an african-american woman punched him in new york's times square. if you're out here in times square it's impossible to take a picture without someone getting in the frame. cumia says that's what he did wednesday night when a woman who didn't want to be photographed got in the picture. after that, he says she assaulted him. that's when cumia took to social media. now his actions and subsequent firing have some brand experts shaking their heads. >> it is amazing, has he been living under a rock for ten years he doesn't know that things you do on the internet by yourself unincumbered from your station have a much different repercussion than those do you on the air. >> reporter: media much with aers say there's risk involved when a company puts a personality like cumia on the payroll. >> sirius knew exactly what they were getting, what they were behind when they hired the guys
years ago. >> cops make sure nobody's shooting or stabbing someone. >> reporter: ironically the day before that incident and the twitter rant, cumia was talking about crime in new york city on his radio show. >> but for the most part it's like anything goes, thunder dome out there. >> reporter: cumia's immediate firing generating a few mixed reviews. >> he knew what he was doing in a public forum and that's the reality today with social media and such, so i'm not surprised he ended up fired. >> she attacked him first, so i mean, he didn't do anything to her but hurting her by words but she was wrong. >> reporter: in a statement to cnn, sirius xm says about cumia's firing in part, "after careful consideration of his racially charged and hate-filled remarks on social media, those remarks and postings are abhorrent to sirius xm and his behavior is wholly inconsistent with what sirius examine, m represents." cnn has tried to reach out to
cumia, our calls have not been returned. he did tweet friday pointing out the fact he was fired for something he didn't say on air and it wasn't illegal. those posts have now been taken down. alison, victor? >> alexandra field, thanks. so many different opinions on this story. >> yes and it's happening a lot more often because people have twitter and social media. >> i've had my issues with twitter. >> we were talking about twitter in the break. sometimes i just say, it's twitter. it's just twitter. >> people hide behind it and sometimes say what they want to say. >> anonymously. it's one of the most difficult races in the world and one man's triumph means, well, he's got more than he expected. >> perseverance, just to finish what i couldn't start that day. >> hear his amazing story and how no one thought he'd even be here today.
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out there and there is some. >> out in california a grandmother out of an intensive care unihit it morning thanks to the quick thinking of her heroic granddaughter. kendall stillwell was spending the night in the home of her grandmother rita lovao when the 72-year-old stopped breathing and that's when kendall took action. >> i was in bed and i heard weird noises and i turned my head and nana was drenched in sweat. i turned her over and ran to her side and started to do cpr. i was doing chest compressions. i was counting like one, two, three, four. >> she's pretty awesome. >> good job. >> kendall says her nana taught her cpr just in case anything ever happened to her or her grandfather. doctors say the cpr that she did saved the woman's life. let's talk about this triumphant return.
>> two years ago matt kenney almost died when he was competing in mount marathon in sue wa seward, alaska. >> perseverance, just, just to finish what i couldn't start that day. >> so this is one of the most difficult races in the world, runners go up and down 3,000 feet on the mountain. >> but kenney never made it to the finish line back on july 4th, 2012. he slipped and fell more than 30 feet, suffered a traumatic brain injury. after months of gruelling rehabilitation, we know that comes with tbi, he came back to mt. marathon this july 4th this weekend and his wife cheered him to victory. >> so proud of him. [ cheers and applause ] >> and kenney finished the race in 2 hours, 21 minutes, 26 seconds that, beat the time limit by more than eight minutes. >> amazing.
pit bulls earned a reputation as mean dogs but these two lit up the web with their friendship. >> i happened to have a couple friends here and we were talk walking by a kennel and we just saw them just laying together and hugging each other, and it was just a perfect photo o-opho. they like to play ball, cuddle together, sleep together. we have been getting many phone calls, many e-mails and we would hope we could get more people to come in and see them. >> oh. >> they're delaware and kyra. the two are at the fulton county shelter here in georgia. amazingly, they had never met before they came to the shelter but now inspacial. >> want too adopt them? reach out to the shelter online. thanks for starting your morning with us. >> next hour of your "new day" continues right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> goompg, i'malson kosik c goo
morning, i'm alison kosik in this morning for christi paul. >> and i'm victor blackwell. new images of the florida teenager allegedly beaten up by israeli police forces in jerusalem. >> 15-year-old ta rick khadair is released. his face is still bruised and two masked men wearing the uniforms of israeli security forces beat and kicked him last week. >> cnn's ben wedeman joins us now live from jerusalem. ben, you spoke with this teenager, tell me about that exchange. >> well, we were just outside the courtroom when he was released. now he's been released on 3,000 scheckle bail, almost $900. he will be under house arrest but not i