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now. "world news tonight with david muir" is next. >> for all of us, we appreciate your time. tonight, breaking news. the female officer just charged with first degree manslaughter, after a father walking toward his suv, his hands up, is later shot and killed by police. the state of emergency at this hour in charlotte. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> after protests turn violent. the national guard just arriving, and word one protester has now died. we're on the scene. also breaking tonight, the shooting, as we come on the air. authorities on the scene right now. a workplace in tennessee, the images coming in. donald trump's outreach to black voters, and his controversial words about stop and frisk. and tonight, robin roberts with president obama. the exclusive right here, on policing. and what he would tell hillary clinton as she walks on that debate stage monday night. and new video just in after bombs are placed in and around new york city.
and what we've now learned about the suspect and his wife. good evening. and we begin tonight with two breaking headlines. a state of emergency in charlotte at this hour, amid protests after a deadly police shooting. and at the same time, in tulsa tonight, just a short time ago, a female police officer charged with first degree manslaughter. amid growing outrage in that community. the dash cam video making national headlines. showing that father walking toward his suv, his hands up, a short time later, shot and killed. abc's clayton sandell, leading us off. >> reporter: it took less than a week for prosecutors to decide that the officer who killed terence crutcher on this tusla street -- >> shots fired! >> reporter: -- allegedly committed a crime. >> i determined that the filing of the felony crime of manslaughter in the first degree against tulsa police officer betty shelby is warranted. >> reporter: officer shelby encountered crutcher friday night, his suv abandoned in the
street. shelby's version is that she feared crutcher was armed and high on pcp. >> hold traffic. i've got a subject that won't show me his hands. >> reporter: despite the fact crutcher had his hands up and was walking away -- >> he's got his hands up there for her now. >> reporter: -- shelby fired that fatal shot when she says he reached inside his car. attorneys for crutcher's family say that would have been impossible. >> the window was up, so, how can he be reaching into the car if the window is up and there is blood on the glass? >> reporter: prosecutors say shelby acted unreasonably by escalating the situation. >> officer shelby, although now charged, is presumed to be innocent until a judge or a jury determines otherwise. >> reporter: tonight, crutcher's family, who believes his death was racially motivated, said this. >> while we are pleased to learn that the officer who senselessly killed my beloved twin brother will face criminal charges for her reckless act, we understand
that nothing will bring him back. >> and clayton sandell is with us tonight. clayton, what next now for the officer? >> reporter: hey, david, good evening. yeah, tulsa police tell us that they are going to wait until after officer shelby's trial to determine whether or not she's going to be fired. but there is one important distinction tonight. officer shelby is now on leave, without pay. david? >> clayton sandell leading us off tonight. clayton, thank you. and as i mentioned at the top, the state of emergency in charlotte at this hour. more of the national guard moving in late today. protests there turning violent, after a deadly police shooting there. riot police moving in through the streets, lobbing tear gas to dispel the crowds. tonight, we have learned the police have now shared the video of the deadly shooting with the family. and abc's eva pilgrim is in charlotte. >> we need revolution. >> reporter: a state of emergency as a third night of protests gets under way in charlotte. the national guard now in place, ready after the violent scenes over the past two nights.
the scene turned violent for a second night wednesday evening. late this afternoon, lawyers for the family of the man who was fatally shot by police tuesday, 43-year-old keith lamont scott, calling for peace. >> this family does not agree with rioting or innocent individuals being injured or killed. >> reporter: the scotts grieving family still has questions about what led to this moment. >> my daddy ain't do nothing. >> reporter: his family maintaining that he did not own a gun, while police say, he had a gun and they felt threatened. this was the volatile scene wednesday night, as protesters flooded downtown. at 8:30, gunfire erupts in the heart of the city. a protester is critically shot and killed. authorities say they are investigating that shooting. today, charlotte's police chief confirming to abc news, this was the gun keith lamont scott had when he was shot.
and those officers saw that gun in his hand? >> yes. >> reporter: police say they will not release their video of the shooting until the investigation is over. but the family of scott is reviewing it tonight. >> the video does not give me absolutete definitive visual evidence that -- that would confirm that a person is pointing a gun. when taken into totality of all the other evidence, it supports what we've heard and the version of the truth that we gave about the circumstances that happened. >> reporter: david, those protests under way tonight. some 400 national guardsmen in charlotte tonight. hoping to keep this city safe. david? >> all right, eva, thank you so much. and just moments ago here, an abc news exclusive. president obama, one-on-one with our robin roberts. she asked the president what he makes of the violent protests, the growing tension, and how to bridge the divide with police. >> reporter: what we have seen
recently in charlotte, north carolina, young people rising up and showing their frustration in a different way. when you and the rest of the world sees that, what goes through your mind? >> well, i think it's important to separate out the pervasive sense of frustration among a lot of african-americans about shootings of people and the sense that justice is not always, you know, color blind. the way we change the system requires us to be able to reach out and engage the broader american community. and that requires being peaceful. that requires being thoughtful about, what are the specific reforms you're looking for?
the overwhelming majority of people who have been concerned about police/community relations doing it the right way. every once in awhile, you see folks doing it the wrong way. >> much more with president obama on "good morning america." and in a moment, right here, what he said when robin asked what hillary clinton should do on that debate stage with donald trump monday night. what the president said, in a moment. that is where we turn next tonight, to the race for president. four days until that debate. and tonight, right here, four key states, two very different stories. hillary clinton ahead in colorado, 44 to trump's 42, within the margin of error. clinton leading in virginia, 45 to 39. but it is trump who is ahead in georgia, 47 to clinton's 40, and in iowa tonight, trump is ahead, 44 to clinton's 37. a very tight race in key battlegrounds. and donald trump tonight trying to reach out to african-american voters. and this evening, now clarifying what he said about stop and frisk. here's abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: tonight, with the
issue of race red-hot, donald trump heaping praise on police, but also, offered this -- >> we must do everything we can to ensure that they are properly trained, that they respect all members of the public, and that any wrongdoing is always and it will be, by them, vigorously addressed. >> reporter: but then, while speaking about the protesters in charlotte, this off-prompter ad lib. >> and if you're not aware, drugs are a very, very big factor in what you're watching on television at night. >> reporter: trump is trying to expand his base. right now, 91% of his supporters are white. >> it's very divided, our country. it just seems that there's a lack of spirit between the white and the black. there's a lack of spirit. there's a lack of something. something's going on that's bad, and what's going on between police and others is getting worse. >> reporter: however, trump is now promoting a policy that's highly unpopular in the black
community. >> there's been a lot of violence in the black community. i want to know what would you do to help stop that violence, you know, black-on-black crime. >> right. well, one of the things i'd do, ricardo, is, i would do stop and frisk. i see what's going on here, i see what's going on in chicago, i think stop and frisk -- in new york city, it was so incredible, the way it worked. >> reporter: stop and frisk is a controversial policing method that many say encourages racial profiling of pedestrians. in new york last year alone, 83% of people stopped by police were black or latino. the nypd largely abandoned the tactic, and a federal judge in new york ruled it unconstitutional. just hours after trump made his comments, his campaign tried to clarify, insisting he was only talking about implementing stop and frisk in chicago, not nationwide. >> i was really referring to chicago with stop and frisk, they asked me about chicago. >> reporter: as trump tries to build bridges to the black
community, hillary clinton also working on her outreach to young voters. apeerg on the popular web series, "between two ferns" with actor zach galifianakis. >> when he's elected president and kid rock becomes secretary of state, are you going to move to canada? or one of the arctics? >> i would stay in the united states. >> what would you try -- >> try to prevent him from destroying the united states. >> tom llamas joins us live tonight from pennsylvania. tom, tomorrow, both hillary clinton and donald trump both off the trail, and we gather, both preparing for monday night's big debate? >> reporter: that's right, david. trump considered campaigning tomorrow in ohio, but that event is now off. we understand he's going to be in new york, possibly prepping for the debate. and david, tonight, a little bit of inspiration, we are just outside of philadelphia. that's a statue of rocky balboa. tonight, wearing a trump/pence t-shirt. david? >> all right, tom llamas, our thanks to you, as always. by the way, that third debate, as i mentioned, four days away now, right here on
abc. as i mentioned, robin did ask the president, any advice for hillary clinton, with up to 100 million people expected to watch? >> reporter: it's monday night. it's game time. secretary clinton's about to take the stage with the debate. what would you want to say to her before walking out for that first debate? >> be yourself and explain what motivates you. because i will tell you, i've gotten to know hillary, and seen her work and seen her in tough times and in good times. she's in this for the right reasons. i think there's a reason why we haven't had a woman president before, and, so, she's having to break down some barriers. there's a level of mistrust and a caricature of her that just doesn't jibe with who i know. this person that cares deeply about kids. >> robin's entire interview with president obama, tomorrow morning right here on "good morning america." the news continues here tonight, and to the other
developing story as we're on the air. word of a workplace shooting. reports of several deaths. police responding in athens, tennessee, and david kerley has late details coming in. david? >> reporter: david, police have just confirmed that there are a total of three dead, that's two victims and the shooter, who died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. this happened at a factory in athens tennessee, between chattanooga and knoxville. police got the call of an active shooter. workers were streaming out when they got to thecene and what they found were the two people, two victims inside, and the shooter. they will not confirm whether or not the shooter was an employee. another case of workplace violence. and once again, david, as we reported, three people are dead. >> david kerley on this into the evening. david, thank you. next tonight, to new developments in the investigation of those bombings in new york city and new jersey, and what we're now learning about the suspect and his wife. we have new images tonight of the blast on new york's 23rd
street, where dozens were hurt. it sure faces as the suspect's wife returns from the middle east. police eager to question her now. and here tonight, abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: tonight, as authorities hunt for possible accomplices, new footage of the moment that bomb blast rocked manhattan's chelsea neighborhood. but authorities are still unable to question the key suspect. sources tell abc news, ahmad rahami is unconscious and intubated at the hospital, after he was shot seven times in that shootout with police. and that he may not survive. late wednesday, rahami's wife, asia bibi rahami, returning from dubai, where she was questioned by the fbi. an official says she has been cooperative, quote, to a certain degree. the suspect's father, late today, speaking about his daughter-in-law. >> asia bibi, is she coming back to the home today? >> no. >> reporter: and as authorities continue to retrace rahami's
steps, abc news has learned that he visited this gun shop in july, and that he visited this hair salon the day before the bombings, giving someone a high five. david, we're told, investigators are now honing in on the three-hour gap between when rahami was spotted on surveillance video here in chelsea, and when his car was seen leaving manhattan. david? >> linzie janis on the case again tonight. linzie, thank you. and next this evening, the severe weather watch at this hour. heavy rain in parts of the midwest. up to ten inches of rain in some places. flash flooding undermining this county road in minnesota, washing part of it away. boats ripped from their moorings in wisconsin lake, sending this one right over the dam there. and tonight, flash flood watches and warnings remain in place, those rivers are still rising. we'll track through this "gma." there is still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this thursday. the massive hack, and your personal e-mail. 500 million users and their e-mail accounts targeted tonight. also breaking, sources telling abc news, los angeles authorities are investigating a
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>> reporter: tonight, sources telling abc news, the los angeles department of children and family services is ininvestigating a child abuse claim involving brad pitt. the news coming on the heels of the bombshell divorce filing from pitt's wife, angelina jolie, who, in an 11-page filing, requested sole physical custody of their children. sources say the investigation allegedly focuses on his behavior as the family flew back to the u.s. from france aboard a chartered plane last week. the hollywood couple traveled with their children around the world, making their six kids their priority. >> i'd say kids first. kids, a woman to brad. and then my work internationally. >> reporter: all the while raising awareness of children in need around the world. tonight, they're gearing up for what could be a bitter custody battle over their six children. david, sources close to pitt tell us, he is taking these allegations very seriously, and is cooperating with authorities.
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>>. demonstrators take to the streets in charlotte, protesting a deadly police shooting. >> collin kaepernick's protest makes the front cover of "time" magazine. fight over an eviction spilled on to a san francisco roof top and that is just the beginning. the first day of fall, but winter is coming, tonight, in the in charlotte, north carolina, demonstrators are taking to the streets to protest a deadly police shooting there earlier this week. good evening, and thanks for joining us, i'm ama daetz. >> i'm dan ashley. >> so far, a more peaceful night tonight. >> civic leaders are trying to avoid a repeat of last night. we've learned a man shot last night has died. police have not made arrests in
his death. all of the protests follow tuesday's shooting death of an african american man by police officers. >> police say keith lamont scott refused orders to drop a gun. and scott families pleaded for the protests to remain peaceful. scrutiny of police brutality has been at a all time tie. collin kaepernick retweeted several accounts of protests. americans have seen the protests during the national anthem, soon, they'll see him on the cover of "time" magazine. it titled "the peril