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>> good morning. i am heather cheryleds. >> i am patti ann browne. it is thursday may 9th. thanks for watching "fox & friends first". we begin with a fox news alert. we are following three big stories developing right now. first in cleveland. amanda berry and gina dejesus return to hugs and cheers. their captors are charged with kidnapping and rape. how they were able to keep the girls trapped so long. >> the benghazi whistleblowers
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finally get their say. >> as a dying declaration, what precisely did he say to you? >> he said it's greg, we are under attack. >> why did no one go to help? we are live in dc breaking down the exclusive testimony. >> the jody arias trial has spoken. >> count one first degree murder guilty. >> you heard it arias guilty of first degree murder. in an exclusive fox interview she says she wants to die. >> i said i would rather get life and it's true today. >> let's get right to the fox news alert out of cleveland. >> police finally charging the 52-year-old former school bus driver who kept three young women locked up in the house of horrors. ariel castro three counts of
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kidnapping three counts of rape. his brothers are not charged. there seems to be no evidence that pedro or onil castro had no part in the krooims. >> that came as a surprise to some folks. two of the three hostages were greeted with loud cheers as they arrived at their homes. (cheers) >> that is gina dejesus in a neon green hooded sweatshirt. check her out giving the crowd a thumbs up. in this mini van amanda berry she told cops she wanted to make a public statement but she later changed her mind. let's go to ainsley answer ai-- earhardt. she has information on how they were imprisoned inside castro's home. >> good morning, heather. these three women kept in separate rooms according to
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police. they were scared. police say they never ever over that 10 year period tried to escape together scared of what castro might do or day to them. we are talking to a lot of people in the community. it seemed odd three women against one man and they never tried to escape until amanda berry made that 911 call on monday. many people here wondering were they drugged. that was the first question we asked in the press conference yesterday. >> were there drugs involved? was ariel castro drugging these girls to prevent them from escaping? what window of opportunity allowed them to escape this time? >> number one, we are not positive about any type of drugs if they were drugged. that is yet to be determined. number two, the only opportunity after interviewing the young ladies to escape was the other day when amanda escaped. so they were in that home --
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they don't believe they have been outside of the home in the last 10 years respectively. >> he went on to say the only time they had gone outside was to go in the backyard that happened twice. they were disguised and led by castro into a back garage or a shed in the backyard. other than that they had never seen the light of day or been outside over the last ten years. >> this is so horrible. ainsley, police are also looking for another missing girl possibly linked to the case. what did they tell you about this ashley summer? >> all three of the ladies that were found inside castro's home they dispiered within a 5 block radius also ashley summers disappeared from that radius she was 14 years old vanished 6 years ago. we tracked down fbi who special agents in the press conference and got this exclusive
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interview. >> still have a young lady that was 14 when she went missing ashley summers. her picture has been out there. we are hoping the publicity will generate information. >> why ashley summers, why is her name popping up? >> she was from the same area and the last sighting of her was the lasame area where gina and amanda were. we always wondered if they were connected. now we have these girls back since the information is out there we would like to get her picture out. if any one has anything please call us. >> that family hoping for a miracle. the dejesus family their prayers were answered. they showed video of gina returning home. the family said they weren't ready to talk to journalists yet. they made one exception yesterday and we are going to show you that coming up at 5:30. back to you, heather. great work out there for us.
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thank you so much, ainsley. >> our other top story exclusive testimony from the three whistle blowers on the benghazi terror attack. one of the revelations members of the military were ready to rush in to try to help but they were ordered to stand down. >> were any of the u.s. military personnel not allowed to travel 1234 oo? >> they were not allowed to travel. >> what happened with them? >> they remained in tripoly with us. the medic went to the hospital for the treatment and care of our wounded. >> how did the personnel react to being told to stand down? >> they were furious. i can only say -- well, i will quote lieutenant colonel gibson.
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this is the first time in my career a diplomat has more balls than somebody in the military. >> elizabeth pran is live in washington with more. >> good morning. the testimony like you saw there very powerful. in fact some tense moments during the hearing which lasted a better half of the day. the three men gregory hicks marc thompson and eric nordstrom the deputy chief of the mission when the attacks unfolded and through out the night evidences in communication with ambassador chris stevens. the last hours of his life he says watching the administration handles the days after the attack. >> ambassador susan rice blamed the attacks on the video, in fact she did it five different times. what was your reaction to that? >> i was stunned.
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my jaw dropped and i was embarrassed. >> did she talk to you before she went on the five sunday talk shows. >> you were the highest ranking officials. >> did she have a conversation with you before she went on national television? >> no, sir. >> he asked the state department for more resources and support from the past. nordstrom was a top security officer in the months leading up to the attacks. he reacted to the moment when then secretary hillary clinton testified about the assault. at one point she said it didn't make a difference how the americans died that night. >> it matters to me personally. it matters to my colleagues at
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the department of state. it matters to the american public for whom we serve. and most importantly -- excuse me -- it matters to the friends and family of ambassador stevens, shawn smith, glen daughterty and tyrone woods who were murdered on december 11th, 2012. >> very powerful testimony. we also showed e-mails showing information dushthly contradicting the talking points that u.n. ambassador presented on the sunday talk shows that revealed the froesiprotesting m never existed. >> time now the 5@5:00.
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the widow of the boston bomber had no involvement in the deadly attack that's according to her brother in law and suspect. tsarnaev told that to authorities. this comes as katherine russell hired a prominent lawyer one who defended terror suspects at guantanamo bay. they are determining whether russell knew anything about her husband tamerlan tsarnaev's intentions to set off bombs at the boston marathon. >> a teenager is charged in the death of a soccer referee. he is charged with homicide by assault after punching him in the head during an argument over a penalty call. he later went into a coma and died. the teen charged could face up to five years in prison if tried as an adult. >> he was ceo when fraud wiped out $2 billions in employee pensions in 60 billion of stocks
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became worthless. skilling had just cut a deal to get out of prison more than a decade early. skilling and the government agreed on this for good behavior. he could be out by 20146789 he would have to pay 40 million in restitution. he has always maintained his innocence. >> a scare in the air for 20 passengers on an american eagle flight out of detroit. they made an emergency landing after being zapped not once but twice by lightening. it made it safely to the airport. they are i be respecting the aircraft for any damage. >> i was on a plane hit by lightening once. made it back safely once. >> prince mary is comi-- prince harry is coming to america. he will kickoff his six city visit. he will spend two-days in our nation's capital before making his way to colorado for the
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wounded warriors game. he will tour the jersey shore town that were hit hardest by super storm sandy. >> that is your 5@5:00. patti ann? >> there is already video and internet access in many cars but now you may be seeing commercials on your dash board. lauren simonetti is here with more. >> good morning everybody. did you ever take a drive to just clear your head? long toward peace and quiet if general motors has their way. gmc is exploring ways to bring advertising to car's info tanment system. it may be replaced by the voice of a tv star. the oil change reminders sponsored by a gas station. video screen flashing a logo duri from an insurance company. >> it is a way of the future. >> more revenue for the car companies. >> small businesses that show up on these reality shows not only do they get paid for their
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>> good morning. it is 16 after the top of the hour. a helicopter comes crashing down in the middle of a busy honolulu street. police say the chopper lost power and forced to make an emergency landing. amazingly neither the pilot nor the passenger on board were hurt. urban outfitters is causing a stir over the prescription shot glasses. that's right. shot glasses. they look like prescription bottles. they want the bottles off the shelves saying they promote drug use. urban outfitters saying they don't respond. >> jody arias is facing the possible she will be put to death. >> we the jury dually i am panelled and sworn in the above
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action do find the defendant as to count one first degree murder guilty. >> je jodi arias showing little emotion as they found her guilty of the death . >> i think i went blank. i don't know. i feel overwhelmed. i think i just need to take it a day at a time. it was unexpected for me, yes, because there was no pre-meditation on my part. i could see how things look that way. >> are you focusing on the court or focusing on what could be the worst outcome for me. >> the worst outcome for me
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would be natural life. i would much rather die sooner than later. longevity runs in my family. i don't want to spend the rest of my natural life in one place. i am pretty healthy. i don't smoke and i would probably live a long time. so that's not something i am looking forward to. i said years ago that i would rather get death than life and that still is true today. >> after the interview arias was moved into the psych ward for 24-hour suicide watch. >> the time right now 19 after the hour still to come on the rundown trying to get fit for beach weather but you don't want to shell out a lot of money for a gym, why now might be the time to buy. >> chicago airport is getting a brand new grounds crew with four legs. we will explain. why are twice as many people choosing verizon over any other carrier?
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>> good morning. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. thank you for joining us. it is thursday may 9th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". we begin this morning with a fox news alert. we have three big stories that are developing right now. up first the latest from cleveland. this man ariel castro now charged with kidnapping and rape. police say he kept three women captive in his basement for three years after luring them into his car.
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meantime as amanda berry gina dejesus returned home to hugs and cheers. we are live inside the dejesus home moments after her return. >> we should say they were held for at least 10 years. >> also an emotional day on capitol hill as the benghazi whistleblowers finally get their say. >> as a dying declaration what precisely did he say to you? >> he said, greg, we are under attack. >> why did no one go to help? >> we are live in dv breaking down the breaking testimony. >> the jury in the jodi arias trial has spoken. >> count one first degree murder, guilty. >> arias guilty of first degree murder now in an exclusive fox interview right after she was convicted she said she wants to die. >> i said years ago i would rather get death than life and that still is true today.
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>> we will have more from arias at this hour. >> right to the fox news alert out of leave land police finally charging the 52-year-old former business driver who kept three women locked up in his house of horrors. he faces three counts of kidnapping three counts of rape but his brothers got nothing. right now there appears to be no evidence that pedro or onil castro had any part in the crime but they still remain in custody. two of the three former hostages were greeted with loud cheers as they arrived at their homes today. >> that is gina dejesus. she gives the cloud a thumbs up. >> amanda berry told cops she wanted to make a public statement but she later changed her mind.
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let's go live to ainsley she is in cleveland with an exclusive interview with someone in the house when gina first arrived. >> good morning heather and to you at home. the dejesus family there was ones of journalists outside of the girl's homes as they were arrivi arriving. every journalist in the crowd trying to get a first glimpse of one of the women trying to get inside to get that exclusive interview. the dejesus family said all they wanted was mrooprivacy. then they opened the door and let one local news reporter to come inside no camera no notebook just to come inside to talk to gina. we got a chance to talk to her as well. here is lydia. >> you have been looking for gina just like the family and community for so long. you got to see her. >> it was awesome. it was awesome.
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i finally put a face to the missing poster. her hair was short because the pictures all have her with long hair. she was thinner than when she left. of course when she left she was 14. she is a woman now. >> she said to mom i don't understand spanish any more. before she was kidnapped she was bilingual. i i am braced her he embraced me back. i said you look nothing like your composite. she just chuckled she just laughed. she looks healthy and happy to be home. she is very close to her family. you can see that connection, the bond is there it never left. i have been working for nine years with this family. my colleague has been working with amanda berry. they are so inspiring amazing people good christian people. really a model for other people who lost their kids. i think what's really important that nancy keeps stressing this, she never gave up hope. she tells people all of the time
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you shouldn't. i think we need to be like nancy and not give up hope. if you think it's true. go for it ignore everybody. do what united you have to do. >> they are all there. >> yes. i said your mom and dad have been looking for you since the day you left. she miled and nodded her head. >> it is easy to understand why that family has fallen so in love with that reporter. she is a special individual. she worked for a local station here and she got laid off because of some cuts. another station here hired her and now she is the weekend anchor and a reporter and stayed very close with that family. it's interesting this is all just come together and there's a happy ending to this story. back to you patti ann and heather. >> all right ainsley, thank you. mow to our other top story exclusive testimony from the three whistleblowers on the
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benghazi terror ai -- terror attack. the last words was our consulate is under attack. >> did he ever mention a spontaneous protest related to a video? >> no, sir. >> when ambassador stevens talked to you perhaps minutes before he died as a dying declaration what precisely did he say to you? >> he said greg, we are under attack. >> would a highly decorated career diplomat told you or washington had there been a demonstration outside his facility that day. >> yes, sir, he would have. >> did he mention one word about a protest? >> no, he did not. >> emotional testimony at times. doug luzader live for us from washington with the details. good morning, doug. >> this much anticipated hearing is now over but the political
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fall out from this could continue tore years. what really happened before during and after the benghazi attack left four dead. we have learned from three high ranking state department officials one of whom gregory hicks in the middle was the number two in libya at the time. during the attack he had a quick phone conversation with u.s. ambassador chris stevens before the line went dead. hours later his phone would ring again. >> about 3:00 a.m. i received a call from prime minister of libya. i think it was the saddest phone call i have ever had in my life. he told me that ambassador stevens had passed away. >> hicks said he tried in vain to sum monday military help and there was no question on the ground this was a terrorist
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attack, not a protest over an anti islamist video as susan rice maintained as she repeated white house talking points on one sunday news show after another. >> what was your reaction to thi this? >> i was stunned. my jaw dropped i was embarrassed. also questions about the role of then secretary of state hillary clinton who defended her actions before congress earlier this year questioning the distinction between a terrorist attack and a protest. >> what difference at this point does it make? >> the committee labors to uncover what happened prior, during and after the attack matter. it matters to me personally, it matters to my colleagues at the department of state. >> the white house says the
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administration cooperated with investigations into this matter and white house spokesman jay carney refuse republicans of trying to politicize a tragedy. >> other difference he said that was a matter of 17 to 18 days after our response to it that libya did not allow our fbi to get in there and investigate the scene. thank you so much, doug. >> thanks. >> now some of our headlines. new developments in the search for a michigan mom abducted from a gas station last month. police confirm jessica heeringa's blood was found at the scene of her disappearance. last week they released this surveillance video showing a van believed to be connected to her disappearance. investigators say they are rushing for more information about this case. >> there's wrought within the ranks, that tire warning from an air force commander leading his 17 officers losing their authority to control and launch nuclear missiles.
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jay folds calls the situation a crisis. the tip-off was an inspection at the air force base in march. he scored a d on mastery and missile launch. they called it a success. the 17 stripped officers are junior in rank. >> the cheerleaders in texas just scored a big victory. they can wave their bible verse banners after football games this after a judge ruled the signs don't violate the constitution. >> i am proud of my friends and my community for saying what we believe in. >> it was overwhelming feeling to win something we have been in prayer about for a long time. >> the controversy began back in september. they banned the banners claiming they violated the first amendment. >> chicago o'hare airport hired
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severe thunderstorms in parts of the midwest and parts of texas and oklahoma. otherwise temperature wise warming up across the area. 40 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up she was convicted of killing her husband and now faces death, but moments after jodi arias learned her faith she sat down with fox for an exclusive interview. you will hear from her next. >> have you ever wanted to ride in couldn't get over the fear of flying? now you can without leaving the ground. ibouti, africa. 2004. vietnam in 1972. [ all ] fort benning, georgia in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve military members,
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>> 15 until the top of the hour. more trouble for carnaval cruises. two images are missing off the ship off the coast of australia. reports say a man and woman may have fallen over board. this comes as the carnival triumph sets sail for the bahamas. it has been under going repairs stranding passengers for days. >> hug gees created an app that will help make new parent's lives easier. it will send mom and dad a tweet eerie time they go in the dierp.
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it sends an alert, a tweet. >> finally justice for the family of trav sis alexander. after 15 hours of deliberations the jury found jodi arias guilty of murdering her ex-boyfriend. he arias shows little emotion as she faces the possibility of death. in an exclusive interview she says that's what she wants. >> i believe death is freedom. i would rather have my freedom as soon as i can get it. >> you prooe prefer getting the death penalty than being in prison for life. >> say you do get a long sentence how are you going to spend your life? >> i haven't decided yet.
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>> seemed like some of those jurors did believe your story. your thoughts on that? >> i can understand that because of the lie that i told in the begin to go try to cover up this, cover up that, hide things that i didn't want to be known made public. >> if you had to do this all over again, you are there you notice you got glad on your hands how do you handle it? >> i would turn around and drive to the police department. >> what do you think would happen to you then? >> i don't know but it would have been the right thing. >> if you could say something to them what would you have to say to them? >> i hope that now that the verdict has been rendered they are able to find peace. >> after the interview she was moved to the psych ward for
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24-hour suicide watch. >> the time now is almost 10 minutes until the top of the hour. it is the same procedure, but it costs 5,000 dollars in one state and over 200 grand in another. now new room also allow you to compare prices. what does that mean for the quality of your healthcare? the doctor is up next. >> a poi loot forc-- pilot forco use the highway as a runway. steve doocy coming up on "fox & friends." >> our team coverage of the rescued women continues live from cleveland. ainsley earhardt right there right now. >> then we are talking to marco rubio about immigration and congressman dave camp. her work is more than 9-5. dolly parton joins us live from tennessee. you know him as bobby from the sopranos. the actor is here with big
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>> it's the same procedure it costs $500 in one state over 200 grand in another. new rules might allow you to compare prices what does that mean for the quality of your home care? dr. david sim mootti is here wi more. this is what hospitals are charging but it may not be what you get at the end of the day. >> a lot of the numbers we are looking at is what they charge but they may not collect this number. some of the data has to do with cost of living.
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in florida it may be more expensive than oklahoma. they may be charged more because it is more complicated. this was over the secret now it is out there in anticipation of obama care to start. you have to be careful not just look at the numbers. it is great everybody is going to shop around but quality of care what is the infection rate of that place all of that is a big role in what prices we are talking about. i think it's good for people to know what the charges and numbers are. this is not the big picture. >> a respiratory condition costs 90,000 in change another 46,000 and another 28,000. what would be the reason for that differential other than what you just mentioned one of
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them might be a quality of the hospital itself. but it is not always that. >> that is true when you look at it in the same area some has to do with the negotiation of the hospitals. they are trying to do the best they can to get the most amount of money for their hospital. depending on the kind of coatdi they use they may get paid more. this is complex for a lot of people who had the insurance like you and i this is not going to effect them. this is mostly for people uninsured they have to pay a lot of money out of pocket to see where they can get the lowest number and cost. what i would caution is hopefully the quality every surgeon every hospital every doctor should have some sort of a code of how great they are what kind of result and outcome they have. the one with better outcome should get paid as a reward than someone who has a lot of
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>> welcome back. two minutes till the top of the hour. before you leave the house here's what's happening today. ariel castro will make his first court appearance. police charged the former
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school bus driver with kidnapping and raping three women that he held captive inside his cleveland house. >> today a jury will be back in court to decide if jodi arias murdered her boyfriend with cruel intent. >> prince harry is coming to america. he starts his six-city tour in washington, d.c. this afternoon. his first stop, capitol hill. >> let's look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. ever wonder what it's like flying an f-16. check out this video created by the u.s. air force. you feel like you're in the cockpit, see everything from takeoff to bombing drills. now the bad, a small plane held up traffic on florida's i-75 after making an emergency landingtwo people . no one was hurt. the ugly, he used to be a beat -l but the paul
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mccartney concert was all about grasshoppers. a swarm invaded the stage as he was performing but mccartney kept on going like a pro. >> we hope you have a great day. see you back here at 9:00 with bill hemmer. >> have a great day, folks. >>gretchen: good morning everybody. it's thursday, may 9. i hope you're going to have a fantastic day. thanks for choosing "fox & friends" today. i'm gretchen carlson. disturbing new details from that cleveland house of horrors. fed through holes and forced to give birth in a kitty pool. plus why they never tried to escape before. live at the scene with exclusive new information. >>steve: the benghazi bombshells. what happened on the ground when nearby rescue teams were told to stand down and not save their fellow americans? >> it's the first time in my career


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