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just a second. i don't want to miss a spot right here. and i will see you tomorrow! for the fourth straight night, protesters hit the streets of charlotte, ignoring mandatory curfew. new details on the dashcam video of the police shooting that sparked it all. >> a female police officer has beenke degree manslaughter in tulsa. >> michelle obama's passport and other documents revealed by white house hackers. >> plus, the candidates get in last mbt jabs before squaring off this monday. "early today" starts right now. good morning, i'm dara brown. >> i'm frances rivera. overnight protesters marched for a third straight evening. this time, it was more tame and
from enforcing it. throughout the city, you would see armored trucks, national guardsman and officers dressed in riot gear. protesters remained vigilant and calm, sometimes chanting, sometimes silently walking the streets vowing to stand their ground. >> don't brush it off as we want to riot. kids are out here, mothers, fathers. they're not out here because there's something going on. stop killing my people. >> that's not how the area congressman saw it when he made these controversial remarks. >> the anger, they hate white people because white peek are successful and they are not. yes, it is. it's a welfare state. >> he has since apologized saying, quote, i apologize to those i offended and hope we can bring peace and calm to charlotte.
demanding change while calling for the release of keith lamont scott's video. >> i have seen the video, and i agree with the assessment both by our chief as well as the family, the family has seen the video also, and it is ambiguous. there's not a clear picture. the body camera, of course, is moving, and the view is obscured at certain points. the dash camera is only a partial view. it is ambiguous. and this is one reason why we want to have time for the investigation to continue to gather all the piece of the puzzle. >> charlotte's police chief said the video did not provide absolute video evidence prior to shutting stop shooting. scott's family lawyer wants the video made public. >> what i see in that video is an individual sitting in a car, who gets out in a calm, peaceful manner, he never appears to be
it seems like he's a tad confused. i don't know if he's yetting yelled at from too many directions. his hands are down. there appears to be an object in his hands, at the moment he is shot. he is actually stepping backwards. the family wants the police department to release both of the videos that we saw today and we want the public to see it, let them draw their own conclusions. joining us from charlotte is sarah rosario. good morning, sarah. are morero today? >> as of right now, we haven't been told about any more protests expected today, but we can expect them to be peaceful, or we're hoping they will be peaceful as they were last night. a stark contrast to how they were just two nights ago with police having to come out in riot gear, having to use the tear gas and rubber bullets to try to disperse the crowd and calmthem down. there were some tense moments last night, but police officers tell us people inside the crowd,
other people who were remaining calm were able to calm down other people who were getting tense during parts of the protest last night. officers were paying attention to people out there. we are seeing they were able to enforce -- they didn't enforce the curfew because of the peaceful protest. what people were most upset about is what you guys really touched on the most, the release of that video of the shooting we're hoping to get more information about that today. and if any more protests come out. we'll be sure to keep you updated. reporting live in charlotte, sarah rosario. >> thank you very much. >> the oklahoma police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man is facing charges. betty shelby has been charged with first degree manslaughter in the death of terence crutcher. in the last few hours, shelby was booked and released on $50
by crutcher's twin sister tiffany. >> while we're pleased to learn that the officer who senselessly killed my beloved twin brother will face criminal charges for her reckless act, we understand nothing will bring him back. our goal now as a family is to insure that this never happened to another innocent citizen. we're demanding full prosecution. we want a conviction, and when that happens, this is a small victory, but we know we have to get r >> nbc's blake mccoy has more. >> video from a police helicopter shows terence crutcher with his hands up, just moments before being shot and killed by tulsa police last friday. >> shots fired. >> the officer who fired, betty shelby, is being charged. >> i determined that the filing of the felony crime of manslaughter in the first degree against tulsa police officer betty shelby is warranted.
officer shelby suspected crutcher to be high on pcp. she said he wouldn't follow commands and seemed to be reaching into the car. >> i've got a subject. >> but the video seems to tell a different story. while the lead investigator in the case told the tulsa world that a vial of pcp was in the car, no gun was found. legal observers say charges against officers, especially this quickly, are unusual. >> we're seeing public pressure. we're seeingor in rare cases we're seeing faster movement towards prosecuting officers. >> the first step in the long road to justice for terence crutcher and his family began today. >> crutcher's family is mourning the father of four. blake mccoy, nbc news. >> the events in charlotte and tulsa continue to serve as a backdrop for tumultuous presidential race and with the first presidential debate just three days away, donald trump
their outrage and protests are threatening the country and their own communities. >> the rioting in our streets is a threat to all peaceful citizens, and it must be ended and ended now. the main victims of these violent demonstrations are law abiding african-americans who live in these communities and only want to raise >> that came after trump seemed to suggest drugs are influencing the nightly protests out of charlotte. >> i will stop the drugs from flowing into our country and poisoning our youth and many other people. and if you're not aware, drugs are a very, very big factor in what you're watching on television at night. >> a trump spokesman rejected the assertion he was speaking of
when trump is working to build his support among african-american voters, a group that is resoundingly supporting clinton by large margins. that was clear when the trump campaign quickly distanced itself from its ohio county chair cathy miller who said this to the guardian. >> i don't think there was any racism until obama got elected. we never had problems like this. i'm in the real estate industry. there's none. now, with the people with the guns and responsible citizens. that's a big change. i think that's a philosophy that obama has perpetuated on america. and if you're black and you haven't been successful in the last 50 years, it's your own fault. >> miller has since told a local ohio publication, i am apologizing that it's causing all the problems for mr. trump, not for the statements.
nominee himself. >> have you met donald trump? >> no. >> what do you think of him? >> i don't know. sometimes you see the outrageous hair, something like that and his mouth so. but i don't know. >> oh, the hair is always what comes to mind. both presidential candidates are expected to spend their weekend in debate prep before monday's square off. michelle obama's personal documents. >> bill karins with flash flooding in parts of the country. >> it's not just flash flooding. that's horrible, but you also had a tornado yesterday in ogden, utah, of all places. storm system moved through. you can see it behind that building. the winds at the center of the tornado looked like this, ferocious stuff. and flooding in iowa. wisconsin, iowa, southern minnesota, and this is one town,
evacuations because of the river that was raging. unbelievable, heavy rain through the heart of northern iowa. we still have flash flood watches and warnings. rivers will remain high and be cresting in the upcoming weekend. the cedar river should be the second all-time highest crest. that goes back over 50 or 60 years. that's a look at the big weather story. now here's a closer look at your day ahead. well, that storm system went through utah that sparked severe behind it, cool weather to the south. some of the coolest air of the season. that moves into california. mt. shasta with a high in the mid 60s. >> i'll have the complete weekend forecast coming up. "early today" back in two. human papillomavirus. who knew hpv could lead to certain cancers and diseases? who knew my risk for hpv would increase as i got older? who knew that there was a vaccine that could have helped protect me from hpv
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house intelligence committee ranking member adam schiff who were briefed on nearly all the nation's intel secrets. this comes as another hack exposed sensitive white house information, including the first lady's passport. nbc's pete williams has details. >> reporter: to prepare michelle obama's visit to the middle east last year, a contract employee working for the white house got an image of her passport, including personal data, which were obscuring and sent it his own non-secured gmail account. e-mails from his account including the passport have now been posted on the website of a hacker group called dc leaks which u.s. officials suspect is run by russian intelligence. the site says if such sensitive information can be hacked, quote, we will see the fall of our country. the same site last week posted campaign related e-mails hacked from colin powell. part of a string of cyberattacks
influence volters. >> we're deeply concerned the russians are meddling, and from what we know of the russian system, instructions we believe would only come from the highest levels. >> the latest hacked e-mails include briefing materials for visits, such as a trip in june by vice president biden, and an april event with michelle obama in georgia including an appearance with al roker on "today." nearly 13,000 e-mails hacked, manual. now, the government is investigating why it happened and how so much sensitive information ended up on an unsecured account in the first place. pete williams, nbc news. >> anthony weiner is being investigated by federal prosecutors for allegedly sexting a 15-year-old girl. the subpoena has been filed for his cell phone records. it's in light of allegations that he traded sexually explicit
nbc news has not verified the texts are real, but it's the latest in a scandal since 2012. last month, wiener's wife announced she was separating from him. when nbc news asked him about the daily mail report, he admits he has repeatedly shown terrible judgment but claims he is likely the subject of a hoax. >> fast forwng house for the opening of the smithsonian's museum of african-american history and culture. it opens to the public tomorrow. >> tune in to msnbc for coverage of the global citizen festival. that's tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. eastern live from new york city's central park. with performances by rihanna, kendrick lamar, demi lovato, and metallica. you're watching "early today."
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checking your hot headlines.. police in glendale and peoria are searching for suspects in two shootings late last night. the first one happened at 95th and peoria avenues. one man was shot -- but there's still no word on his current condition. meanwhile.. a second man was shot less than two miles away at 95th avenue and bethany home road. so far.. police don't know if the two shootings are connected. a former m-m-a fighter is behind bars -- accused of sexually assaulting an scottsdale. police say rodolfo ramirez was caught on surveillance video carrying the woman to a parking garage where the alleged assault happened. investigators say he took the woman to his home.. and assaulted her two more times before dropping her off at an intersection in tempe. a tucson man accused of preying on young girls via facebook -- has pleaded not guilty. police say anthony dallman made crude comments on the social networking site -- about having sex with 13-year-
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