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then called 911 to identify himself to police. we are learning more about the victims in this shooting. a woman killed as she stepped in front of a wounded rabbi. a child hit by shrapnel. a few years after swastikas were painted on the family's home. >> another injured said if the shooter's gun had not jammed, more children would have been shot. let's go to nick watt there in woway, california. nick, i know the day is still young there on the west coast but what are you learning from poway? >> reporter: well, it is the stories of those victims and the heroism of lori kaye who lost her life, who was 60. we are told the gunman entered the synagogue and shot a rob buy who was injured in the hand and at that point lori kaye jumped in between the rabbi and the gunman and the rabbi is saying
she saved his life and she leaves behind a 22-year-old daughter and husband who were in the synagogue during that service. he is a doctor and we are told he saw someone was shot and ran to help them and administering cpr and not realizing it was his wife. when he did realize, he fainted. let's hear a little bit more from another member of the congregation about lori kaye. >> friendly. she was welcoming. she was one of those people that you knew more as a friend. she -- i can't say anything mean or bad about her. when i think of her, i can only smile. all i can say is the community lost a great soul. >> reporter: two other people were injured. one, a 9-year-old girl noya dahan whose family had moved from israeli a few years ago to foris a safer and quieter life. they moved to a town nearby and
swastikas were painted on their house and they moved to poway thinking it would be safe. her uncle was injured and he was visiting from israeli for passover. he says that he saw the gunman aiming at the children and if the gun had not jammed, children and many more people would have died. the uncle at that point threw open the doors of the synagogue' told the children to flee. he and the young girl were both hit by shrapnel. the father of that young girl, noya dahan, he is telling us his kids don't want to live here any more, saying it's not safe. back to you. >> nick watt for us in poway, thank you. this comes six months to the day after 11 people were murdered at the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh. adam hurtsman is with us now, a
help us understand what you and what the community is going through when you hear that this happened again to someone else? >> it's really quite traumatic and i know there definitely have been people in pittsburgh, both in the jewish and nonjewish community who have been retraumatized by this team. although that is the case and i think a sense here that we understand our city is very safe and the jewish community is very safe. there has been so much work done even before the october 27th attacks and so much done since then, so although people here are very sad and there was a vigil last night, i also think that there is a sense that the jewish community here can be safe. >> it is touching to see what pittsburgh did last night. i know looking "the post
gazette" people who gathered. several dozens people in the same spot gathered to remember and honor the people in san diego. the tree of life rabbi jeffrey myers told the crowd my words have never disappeared from my language. they have been replaced with "yet again." what are the conversations that you and that the congregation are having today about how to move forward? >> in circumstances like this, i think really the best thing that we can all do is to focus on the needs of the victims and the families. we are focused here on the families of victims from pittsburgh because we know they are hurting and they need healing. i think people think, too, about helping the families in poway who are really going to need support. there is plenty of psychological
services available. pittsburgh has the center for victims which is a weekend and 24-hour hotline so if people are feeling traumatized we are trying to hit the jewish federation of great pittsburgh and i sincerely hope other people know there are help resources available for them. >> you mentioned what has happened even since that six months ago in your community we have that the new zealand mosques and louisiana churches that have been burned, the churches in sri lanka just last weekend. do you have any idea or any sense as to why houses of worship are such targets right now? >> i really don't. the level anti-semitism in the united states, we know, unfortunately, has been increasing, as has the level of hatred and racism against many groups. i think that the best thing that we can do is to understand what
the resources are needed for security. the jewish federation, we have been working for the secure communities network, which is an effort of our umbrella organization, the jewish federations of north america and across the u.s. and canada to make sure jewish organizations have the security resources they need and it's the best thing we can do. the jewish federation is helping out with other houses of worship here in the pittsburgh area to make sure they are safe because the best thing we can do is have people feel safe at the place where they worship. >> adam, thank you for the time and lots of thoughts and prayers going to your community as well today. >> thanks. breaking news this sunday. attorney general william barr could be a no-show at the house judiciary committee hearing a capitol hill this week. we will tell you why in a moment.
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with the committee chairman over the format. mono is joining us. good morning. to you what are you hearing about this actually happening this week? >> pretty dramatic here. a fight between bill barr, the attorney general, and the house judiciary committee about exactly how thursday's hearing will take place. what he wants to do is have a hearing take that will allow for all members of his committee engage in five-minute questioning each and then afterwards, to allow for 30-minute each for each side to continue to question and specifically allowing the counsel, the committee staff counsel to question afterwards. after that, he is also proposing to go into a closed session to discuss the unredacted report, sections of the report that were released, the mueller report that were redacted. he wants to have a closed
session to skdiscuss what is behind those black lines. we have been told barr has rejected the proposal for additional round of questioning and threatening not to show up at thursday's hearing in nadler goes through with this. this is between the trump administration and house administration over the mueller report and democrats have subpoenaed for the full mueller report and the underlying evidence bill barr has resisted this and has only allowed redacted version of the report to be viewed by a small members but democrats want the hearing to allow for the members to talk about what is behind the black lines and allow the staff attorney to question, perhaps drill down a little further and members would be able to. bill barr is saying no, which is
why thursday's hearing suddenly is in doubt and that will occur after the republican-led senate judiciary committee is scheduled to go on wednesday but thursday, uncertain at the moment as talks continue between bill barr and democrats how this will take shape. >> you are right to characterize it as a dramatic move here. their. >> thank you. with me is april ryan cnn political analyst and white house correspondent for american urban radio networks. let's start here. disagreements over format are not new but the white house has been stonewalling democrats in congress over requests for documents, for testimony, stonewalling the subpoenas. do you see this barr wavering in that context or is that something else? >> you know, victor, this is a lot to unpack. his report was amazing. this is about transparency but
it seems in the midst of all the questions that still linger after the mueller report and after that press conference before the mueller report by the attorney general, there is still so many questions. democrats and republicans have those questions on the hill. you you have the republicans on wednesday and thursday, you're supposed to have the democrats. this now seems very partisan, unfortunately, for the democratic head of the judiciary committee and the house, and the attorney general of the united states who happens to be defending republican president or whether you say defending or not, he is the trump administration's attorney general for this to be at this moment and this point, there is a problem. the american people want to know. there are too many questions that still linger on this. >> the attorney general does have, he is scheduled to appear for testimony before the senate judiciary which is chaired by republican lindsey graham on wednesday. thursday, the house committee.
now, speaking of this five minutes for each member and 30 minutes for the counsel, i mean, members often use those five minutes to make a make or grandstanding some might say. if the goal is to be transparent and to give people information about the report and how they came to those conclusions, what would be wrong with the 30 minutes of questioning from counsel that could be focused by someone who is a subject expert? >> there is nothing wrong with it. but there is political posturing that this whils it concerned but also democrats want answers. you know, you have to go beyond party lines at some point. when the american public has questions over something of this significance, you have to figure out a way to give the american public the information, especially so much was redacted. then just on the point of obstruction of justice. you know, yesterday, i asked rudy giuliani, you know, during
the white house correspondents weekend events, i said what about obstruction of justice? what do we say? do you think there could be impeachment? he said to me, he said, you know, basically he said the president didn't obstruct. he said he was defending himself and he was intending to push forward issues that would actually be antirule of law and was not obstruction of justice and rudy giuliani said there was no obstruction of justice. if this kind of thing happens and william barr does not before the house you never know what it will lead for. some democrats want to push for impeachment and they need to straighten this out so they can air it out if they give unredacted issues or unredact reports to the house they need to see is. >> let's talk about the reda redacti redactions. barr will be asked about his statement with the principle conclusions he released once he
received the report. now mueller included two executive summaries and let's show them. because in the report, i mean, they were redacted. this is the executive summary for volume one and let's go to volume two that deals with obstruction. far fewer redactions there. let me say nope of the redactions for either summary were for classified action or grand jury information. he could have released those and answer march f answered those. >> you would think that lindsey graham may ask that on wednesday to get that out of the way. but, again, you still have the house that wants to get this done. victor, we go back to the point there is still too many questions as to why. why you redacted this or you didn't redact that? for this administration to talk about transparency and this administration for this
president to say he has been vindicated, still too many unanswered question. >> for the american people we hope the attorney general shows up on wednesday and thursday to answer as many questions as they can fit in. april ryan, thanks so much for waking up for us and being with us this morning. >> thank you, my friend. any time. >> all right. a crane in seattle fell from a building and crashed on to cars below. this was serious. four people were killed here. local leaders are reacting as the investigation is begin now. we will give the details coming up. plus, president trump is taking full credit for the idea to send undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities. what else the president said and what immigration officials feel about the president's message. ea packed with pure soy evens tone and texture. so skin looks like this. and you feel like this. aveeno® positively radiant
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four people were killed after a crane fell from the roof of a building in seattle. it fell on to vehicles their in the street. washington governor and democratic presidential candidate jay inslee called it traditionally accident. pictures show part of the crane that collapsed and crushing several cars on the street below. >> there were cranes on both sides of the building but the crane that came down on mercer came down on six cars. >> reporter: four people were killed when that huge structure fell.
two of those people were crane operators, two others were in cars. four other people were evacuated by medics including a 4-month-old baby and the city's mayor said they are just lucky to be alive. >> we also saw some miracles. a mother with her young child who was in car that you can see was horrifically hurt and injured but she was able to get out. >> reporter: authorities said crews were starting to dismantle the crane when the accident happened and it was apparently being used to build part of a new google seattle campus. the cause of that crash? that's under investigation but several witnesses reported wind gusts at the time of the collapse. >> that was about a block away because i live in this neighborhood. and i was near a window and the window was just slightly cracked, so a gust of wind came up and it literally blew with the window open so it was really strong gusts of wind happening at that moment and we have had problems with cranes in the past with windy weather. >> the city's mayor also said it
was a tragic day in seattle. president trump added a little confusion to his already controversial immigration policy which he calls his sick idea. this was at a rally in wisconsin. the president said he is now sending undocumented migrants to sanctuary cities. boris sanchez is at the white house. up to this point, boris, it was discussed as a plan. now the president says it's happening. is that true? do we know? >> reporter: well, victor, this morning we don't have confirmation from the white house just yet. let's go back to how this idea first emerged. initially in november, white house officials are reached out to officials at the department of homeland security to ask about this idea whether it's feasible or not. then they did the same thing again in february and from what we understand, sources at dhs told the white house this idea
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of just shoots from the hip and says what he feels and not really relying on facts or what his administration is actually doing. we have seen it before and we should point out the president also went after some of his potential rivals in 2020, using pet names to talk about bernie sanders and joe biden and elizabeth warren. overall pretty much what you would expect from a trump rally going into the 2020 election. >> he is just rifting and not relying on facts or actual policy. hopefully, we will get a response from the response if this is actually happening. boris sanchez there at the white house, thanks very much. >> thanks. we have learned the last hour the alleged synagogue shooter has been booked into jail on several charges now. what with know about those charges and about that suspect. stay close. this is your wake-up. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, month after month, the clock is ticking on irreversible joint damage. ongoing pain and stiffness are signs of joint erosion.
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. 19-year-old who authorities say is responsible for the synagogue shooting in california has been booked into jail on a first-degree murder charge and three first-degree attempted murder charges and this is is after the shooting of the congregation in poway, california. authorities have search warrants. one person was killed and three others were wounded, including a 9-year-old girl. >> we are learning more about those victims. one was killed after she stepped in front of a wounded rabbi, lori kaye, you see her there. >> in the past few weeks a
religiously motivated hate has hit the u.s. and countries around the world. three incidents in california alone. yesterday the should go oting a gog in poway and here are the other areas. >> and in sri lanka 250 were killed and new zealand, 350 died there at a mosque. reverend rafael warnell is with us now. thank you for being here with us today. i know you mentioned after this appearance with us, you have two sermons to give. what do you say to your congregation today? >> we can't give in to hate. this is a difficult moment and you have to say here we are again. this is an attack, when you think about an attack on worshipers at easter in sri lanka and on a mosque in new zealand while people are engaged
in prayer, black churches in louisiana, this is not just an attack on the people, as tragic as it is, but it's an attack on their story. the story of passover, the story of people of faith and engaged in the underground railroad marching out of the churches and civil rights movement. i think we need to see more praying together and working together. when abraham joshua marked without the king he said, i felt like my legs were marching. there is a proper that says when you pray, move your feet. i am sick and tired of us going through this and hearing members of congress sending their thoughts and prayers. prayers need a whole lot more than thoughts. >> you brought up congress here. how much what we have seen in louisiana and california and i'm speaking to domestically here, can be legislated away?
>> look what happened in new zealand of. right after that shooting, the prime minister of new zealand acted immediately, along with the members of their government. that's what leadership looks like. so government can't solve everything but that doesn't mean we shouldn't do anything. and i think that it is a trivial tribute to the members of government saying we are sending forth our thoughts and our prayers. we need to put our prayers into the action and pass the assault weapons ban. if you're on a no fly list you ought to be on a in no by list. the reason we are not doing things is because we have the best politicians that money can buy so it's time for people to
say enough is enough. >> addressing the gun issue and weapons is one thing. but addressing the hate is another. how do we do that really at the end of the day? >> dr. king used to say hate can't drive out hate, only love can do that. darkness can't drive out darkness. only light can do that. >> how do you drive that out? let me ask you that. how do you drive that out when you're angry and when you're scared? because so many communities watching this who have been through it, who are seeing it again. and may be feel helpless. >> we know what that feels like. we experienced violence in the ebenezer sanctuary long before i was pastor. martin luther king jr.'s own darling mother was shot and killed in our sanctuary while playing the lord's prayer on a sunday morning but we have never given into that fear and we won't give in to hate. the light shines in the darkness. there is darkness in our world but the light has to shine through the darkness.
people of faith and moral courage have to resist hate wherever it shows up and say no to the kind of course rhetoric we are seeing in a public square. words have power and we are seeing hate go viral. but i still believe that love is more powerful than hate and last sunday we celebrated easter which means that evil does rise up but evil does not have the last word and it's up to people of faith to insist that those who want to create death and destruction in a sanctuary will not win. >> are you taking security precautions based on what we are seeing across the country? >> sure, we have security at our church and sanctuary and it's necessary in a time like this. but, you know, i've been engaged in this for a while now. we are here in the state of georgia. the guns everywhere, ground zero
for guns everywhere. every year our state legislate finds a way to create an environment that guns are the answer to everything. so now we have guns allowed in churches and sanctuaries and guns allowed in bars and restaurants. guns at the airport. and i don't know of any faith gathering where that is on the agenda. so we have got to stand up and we got to fight. it's a bad idea for everybody in a congregation to be armed. that creates a dangerous situation. >> adoes that mean no one in th building should be armed? >> no. we have security. >> you have security? >> we do have armed security in our church. we live in an evil world and so their protection is necessary but this idea that everybody is carrying a gun. imagine with the tragedy that happened yesterday and the tragedy we have seen in so many places, if everybody is armed,
you don't know who the bad guy is and you create chaos and increase destruction and death. >> you believe there is a place for guns in a house of worship? >> i believe that in a broken world, there is a place for justice to be enforced which is the reason why we have police and the reason we have security. you add security on outside the studio on my way in. but this idea that everybody ought to be armed. it's interesting. the georgia legislate passed these guns everywhere laws and when i went down to the state capital, along with rabbis and imans saying we don't want our people coming to church into the mosque and temple armed. in order to for me to make that argument in the cap taital i hao go through a metal detector and i had to ensure that i was not armed. legislators don't feel it's a good idea for everybody to be armed in their place of work,
why do they think it's a good idea in our places of worship? >> strong point. i don't know if you notice the defendant as well. we had rabbi nuan on earlier and he was giving us the exact same insight you are, talking about the light in the darkness, talking about the love overcoming hate. one of the things -- one of the elements of the poway shooting i think that is very stark and very troubling is there was a man who was getting all of the children out at the time and for 45 minutes there were two children who were missing. they did find them, they were fine but they were in hiding for 45 minutes. how do you specifically have these conversations with children as opposed to adults? is there a different way? to try to give them some peace and some strength and some courage through all of it? >> i think those children are traumatized by this and no easy answer to this kind of thing. i think we ought to think about our children as we consider the kind of world that we want to create as we think about the
kind of legislation that we want to see passed in our state houses and at the highest levels of government. i think it causes us to hold all of our children a little bit closer and to see the face of god in the children of people who worship in a different space and call god by a different name than we do. god is known by many names, worshipped in many houses and every weekend, people of faith have to lift up that name but we have to get up from our knees and put our prayers into action. >> reverend warnock, a pleasure to have you here. >> thank you. good to be with you. mourners are holding vigils outside of st. anthony's shrine. scores were killed there in sri lanka and many are there praying today. 253 lives claimed, more than 500 injured. we are getting a new look at
one of the terrorist responsible for one of those bombings. look at this. >> we want to show you the moment one of those suicide bombers detonated his bomb outside of the restaurant of kingsbury hotel. the video goes on you see the man checking into the hotel the day before the bombings carrying two backpacks as he walks to his room. still to come, a crime victim and an offender decide to talk to one another. cnn's van jones brings us a new series redemption process between the healing of a mother and her son's killer. we will take a look at that in a moment. ♪ unstopables in-wash scent booster ♪ downy unstopables
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one another. cnn's ryan young has this remarkable story of the healing process between a mother and her son's killer. >> i am his spiritual mom and he is my spiritual son. >> reporter: mary johnson says some people think she is crazy. her spiritual son is also the man who killed her biological son during a party in minneapolis over 25 years ago. >> i am just grateful. you know? i don't know what would have happened if we weren't able to meet. i guess i would still just be full of anger and hatred for him. >> reporter: johnson says eventually she sought a meeting with her son's killer through restorative process a that brings victims of a crime and she looks back on the day she met her son's killer. >> i'm waiting for them to bring in this man who has taken my
son's life and he came in and we shook hands. and we talked. we talked for a couple of hours and at the end of that meeting, he asked me if he could hug me and i said "yes." >> reporter: after several mere meetings, when israeli was released from prison, johnson helped throw a homecoming party for the man she once called an animal who needed to be caged. >> to be able to look in the face of someone who caused so much pain and grief and to be able to pinpoint and identify and communicate with the pain that i caused, i think that made a great difference in helping me become more compassionate. >> reporter: supporters of restorative justice across the united states justice for many crimes should not be measured only by prison terms. >> the idea is for the
perpetrator to see what the harm has been on the community, and for those who were the victims of the perpetrator's act to have an opportunity to participate in the solution to the problem.. >> people say i'm crazy, but i don't think so. i'm grateful to be in the place that i'm in. >> such a strong, strong woman. >> remarkable story from both perspectives. be sure to join in and watch all new, cnn original series "the redemption project" with van jones premiers tonight at 9:00 p.m. it was a very different white house correspondents dinner this year. we're going to show you. >> my main theme here tonight is relations between presidents and the press are inevitably tough, almost always adversarial, but they don't need to be steeped in
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