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now at eight ... cancer=causing chemicals in a best=selling baby powder ... and a half=trillion=dollar judgment. johnson and johnson is held responsible for contamination in one of its signature products . (whoosh)the undocumented immigrant charged with murdering a san jose woman makes a first court appearance... as prosecutors make this promise. he's going to spend the rest of his life in prison(whoosh) two dead whales wash up on the shores of the bay. why the marine mammal center says we may see more of them this year. (ken) that breaking news we're following is in the east bay where several homes are on fire tonight... and crews believe propane tanks may be (terisa) and im terisa estacio in for pam moore... the fire broke out just after
six this evening on taylor road on bethel island... that's just past antioch and near oakley... fire crews say at least three homes are on fire... and they believe propane tanks may be involved in the fires. firefighters are working to keep the fire from spreading to other homes. as of right now, there are no reports of any injuries. we'll continue to monitor this breaking news and bring you updates as soon as they come in to the newsroom. (terisa) we first told you about this with a push alert from our mobile app. stay connected on breaking news in your neighborhood by downloading it today. (ken) another rbreaking news story we are following tonight... a deadly mass shooting at a mosque in the new zealand city of christchurch. this is the second mosque shooting being reported in that city today... witnesses say they saw a ma mosque and then started shooting, and many people started running from the mosque in terror. police are searching for the gunman
who apparently took off before first responders arrived. arrived. (ken) another big story tonight... a dying bay area mother was awarded almost 30- million dollars after she took johnson & johnson to court claiming its talcum powder caused her cancer.(terisa) jurors in oakland found the healthcare company liable wednesday in a suit that claims asbestos in the powder gave the east bay mom mesothelioma -an aggressive cancer. kron 4's justine waldman is live in our newsroom with details on this case... (justine) the jury awarded 52-year old terry leavitt from san leandro $29.4 million dollars. and her attorney tells me -- she is pleased with the amount and relieved the trial is over. baby powder caused her cancer - that is what a bay area mother argued in court.and a jury agreed awarding terry leavitt of san leandro 29.4 - million dollars.sot they feel vindicatedher attorney tells kron 4 news...terry was
diagnosed in 2017 with mesothelioma - a non-curable cancer. and she used johnson and johnson baby power and shower to shower in the 60s and 70s which contributed to her deadly diagnoses.sot sot there needs to be the trial started in january and on wednesday a jury reached its verdict....deciding the defective baby pwoer was a "substainal contributing factor to her cancer.the lawsuit showed the the products were contaminated with asbestos and that johnson & johnson knew that its products were contaminated for decades. but covered-up the issue.in court, a confidencet document from 1974 showed the reaseache direcotr of the mining comany that jj owned warned the materials in the products were sever health hazardsot we are cofidence in evenicen jj in 70 80 90s the documents admit the product has asbestos and caused cancer johnson and johnson responded to kron 4 news with a statement that said... it plans to appeal.writing "decades of tests by independent, non-litigation driven experts and institutions repeatedly confirm that johnson's baby powder does not contain asbestos or cause cancer. " meanwhile, there are about 13-thousand similar lawsuits that allege the company hid the powder's health risks from the public for decades.sot my counsl and i are starting a trial in la next week. one in new york this is just the beginning.
(justine) - last year, a los angeles jury awarded about $26 million dollars to a woman who blamed her cancer on the johnson and johnson's powder. -a jury in missouri last year also awarded $5- billion dollars to 22 women for the same reason. the attorney for the bay area mom who was just awarded 30-million ..tells me... they are confident the case will standup to any appeals and hope the courts move quickly
to award her the money she is owed. in the newsroom justine waldman. (terisa) the fallout from the university bribery scandal is growing tonight. there's now a 500-billion dollar lawsuit related to it. today two separate lawsuits were filed, one against the universities in question and the other from a bay area parent against the parents, coaches, administrators and admissions consultants tied to the case. kron 4's dan kerman has the details... the class action lawsuit filed wednesday in san francisco superior court is filed by a bay area woman and her son against 45 parents, coaches, administrators and admissions consultants.in the lawsuit jennifer kay toy says her son "graduated with a 4.2 grade point average" .... applied to some of the colleges where the cheating took place and did not get in.... i'm now outraged and hurt because i feel that my son... was denied
access to a college not because he failed to work and study hard enough but because wealthy individuals felt that it was ok to lie, cheat, steal and bribe their children's way into a good college." the lawsuit alleges negligent infliction of emotional distress, civil conspiracy and fraud. the lawsuit suggests over a thousand people participated in the cheating scandal and than 1-million people have been affected. as a result the suits seeks damages totaling no less than 500-billion dollars.in the meantime, a federal class action lawsuit filed wednesday and amended thursday is filed on behalf of a 4 college students and their parents against admissions consultant rick singer and 8 universities including stanford that federal officials have tied to the bribery scandal. this suit alleges when these students applied for admission to these universities they didn't receive what they paid for an "admissions process that was fair and free of fraud bribery, cheating and dishonesty."standup dan kerman/sf 1:28 the lawsuit says anyone who paid an application fee to any of the universities but was denied admission get their application fee returned. dan kerman kron 4 news,
(ken) the undocumented immigrant accused in the brutal murder of a san jose woman was in court today. carlos carranza - has been in and out of the system several times - despite repreated attempts by federal authorities to track him down. now prosecutors are saying he won't get out this time. kron4's rob fladoboe has the details. inside department 23 on thursday afternoon, in a proceeding that lasted less than a minute, with no cameras present, 24 year old carlos arevalo-carranza, was charged with first degree murder, burglary and special circumstances that would sent him to prison for life. carranza is accused in the murder of 59 year old bambi larson, of san jose. police say carranza stabbed larson to
death inside her knollfield way home. evidence includes surveillance video that shows him stalking his victim and her neighborhood. in a statement of facts, prosecutors say larson suffered deep stab wounds to her neck and torso. when arrested carranza had a 7-inch folding knife on him. carranza's dna matches blood evidence found at the crime scene and he was in possession of larson/s kindle and cell phone. outside the court, there was a brief statement from chief assistant district attorney jay boyarksy. jay boyarsky/chief assistant dist. attorney "....the whole community grieves with the larson family today, the second reason we are here is to let you now that mr carranza has been charged and it going to spend the rest of his life in prison so that he can never hurt anyone again, our office will hold him accountable for this brutal murder so he can die in prison..."carranza's arrest led to the revelation that he is an udocumented immigrant with a long criminal history and had been repeatedly released from jail despite nine different detainer requests by federal immigration authorities. (larson family statement)in a statement, the family of bambi larson thanked police for their persistence in gathering the evidence necessary to arrest the person responsible for bambi's death. it also thanked thecommunity for it's support and asked for privacy. in san jose rob fladeboe
kron4news aviation experts in france have just received the black boxes from that deadly plane crash in ethiopia.(ken) that tragedy foced the the u-s and other countires across the globe to ground boeing 7-3-7 max 8 and 9 planes... because those planes went down... killing everyone on board. our grant lodes is here now to explain where the investigation stands. (grant) ethiopian investigators
arrived in france today. early tomorrow morning those and other global aviation experts will start analyzing the data... hoping to determine what exactly what went wrong in ethopia. the black boxes are actually the flight data recorder...whic h records the last 25 hours of flight data on the plane. and there's also the cockpit voice recorder. both are crucial to determing what happened. the f-a-a's administrator says the u-s grounded the fleet yesterday after new evidence surfaced that showed some similarities between the crash in ethiopia and one off the indonesian coast five months ago.... which was also a 737 max 8. daniel elwell/ faa acting administrator: "when the faa makes a decision like grounding airplanes, any safety decision of that magnitude, we do it based on data. were a data-driven organization. its why u.s. aviation has been so incredibly safe. (grant)(grant) you'll see
from photos that were also tweeted that they looked fairly damaged. however, this is obviously fairly common. these boxes are designed to withstand huge amounts of pressure, fire, water. until they really start the technical investigation tomorrow experts won't know whether the data's been compromised. the u-s has also said it's dispatching three investigators to paris to help with the investigation. in terms of getting information and results from this, a preliminary report is usually expected in the first 30 days... sometimes it comes within a week. (terisa) president trump's national emergency declaration to fund a border from his own party today. lawmakers are now sending a bill to the president's desk that would terminate his current plan, setting the
stage for what would be trump's first veto as president... 12 republicans sided with democrats and voted against president trump... saying it's a matter of defending the constitution and the balance of powers. shortly after the vote count he tweeted simply..."veto!" followed up an hour later by "i look forward to vetoing the just passed democrat inspired resolution." coming up at eight... cellphone video of a rough arrest going viral on social media... and now the officer has been relieved of his duties... tonight we hear from the woman in the violent take-down... plus... disturbing instances of racial discrimination allegedly taking place at a popular facility... and workers say managers and supervisors were encouraging the behavior... and after the break... for the first time in nearly a decade california is officially drought-free... hear what the local water district is now advising people to do... i'm kron 4 meteorologist lawrence karnow coming up, i
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rainy weather it now appears that california is drought free. this new map released today about seven- pe state is abnormally dry but actual drought condition are completely gone. kron 4's charles clifford has details. every thursday, the us drought monitor, which is run by the federal government releases a map of the country that shows
drought conditions. that map includes california and right if you look at the map there is a little bit of yellow and the north and south ends of the state, but that is only what the consider abnormally dry. so, no drought. if you look at the drought map from a few months ago, back in december, you can see the most of the state was under some sort of drought conditions but the rainy winter has literally washed all that away.across the state the snow pack and reservoirs are in good shape. here in the south bay the santa clara valley water district says there will not be water use restrictions this summer but they are saying that this is a good opportunity to prepare for the next drought.sotin a year like this it's important to think about the long term. recognize that there will be more drought so if your thinking about making decisions about your yard. maybe think about a drought tolerant landscaping. so, that when that drought comes along your going to be sitting pretty with a landscape that's going to thrive in dry weather.and winter isn't over yet. the rainy season doesn't usually peak until april 1st and there isthe next few weeks. in the south bay, charles clifford kron4 news.
(ken) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero in san francisco... (terisa) it was a beautiful day it was a beautiful day across the bay as we saw sunshine and warm temperatures...joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: it was another gorgeous day with sunshine and warm temperatures. highs were mainly in the 60s. it is dry on the doppler radar across the state as high pressure will few passing clouds and cool temperatures with lows in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can seth it will strengthen through the weekend and bring many 70s to the bay area. tomorrow will hig mid to upper 60s. dry warm weather will last through
shooting, and many people started running from the mosque in terror. terror. (terisa) two gray whales were found dead in the san francisco bay this week -- and the cause of death for one of the mammals is believed to be severe malnutrition. one of the whales is a one- year-old, 23-foot female which the mammal center says had a significant lack of blubber and body fat. the whale had no signs of trauma or infectious disease. experts were unable to determine the cause of the death for the second whale which is also a one-year-old female. common causes of death for whales include blunt force trauma from ships,
malnutrition and entanglements. experts say the number of gray whales entering the san francisco bay this year has been abnormally high and they're staying much longer they're staying much longer than in years past. they believe a few factors keeping them around are food source availability and a relatively sheltered habitat for juvenile whales. (ken) new ahead at 8... fast food has become a major part of what americans eat on a regular basis, and the c-d-c shows us just how many people across the u-s need their fast food fix...
(ken) a group of 19 workers are suing u-p-s for racial discrimination-- saying multiple instances of discrimination allegedly took place at a facility in maumee, ohio. in one instance, a game of hang-man employees were allegedly playing-- depicted a black stick figure hanging from a tree. there was also a stuffed monkey wearing a u-p-s uniform that was allegedly placed near black workers. employees claim racial language was used frequently, including one white driver who said she refused to deliver a package to a n-word city. the lawsuit even says managers and supervisors enabled and even ááencouraged the behavior. surprisingly, u-p-s doesn't deny the claims -- saying they already fired two employees over the incidents and are working with the ohio civil rights commission to keep it from happening again. (terisa) coming up at eight.. .it's an already crowded field of democratic
presidential candidates... and it just got bigger... as beto o'rourke is now running... details on his candidacy-- and who he is joining in the race for the white house. (ken) and up next... we are learning more about the deadly officer involved shooting in the east bay... what investigators say the suspect used as a weapon... ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
in the east bay tonight... we are learning more about what led up to a deadly police shooting involving a shoplifting suspect in san leandro. (ken) investigators say the suspect was using his car as a weapon. kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. sotalameda county deputy sgt. jd nelson says ballard is a convicted felon with an extensive criminal historysot
pawlik did not respond to their verbal commands. a federal monitor criticized the department's response... saying the officers overracted to slight movements by pawlik. he also criticized the department's light punishment of the officers. the oakland police department did not specify why the four officers involved in the shooting were placed on leave today. "keokuk is our first stop in our campaign to be president!" (ken) the crowded field of 20-20 presidential candidates is a little more crowded ... former texas congressman beto o'rourke became the fifteenth democrat to jump into the race ... kicking off his campaign in iowa. o'rourke's challenge is to stand out from a crowd. as grant lodes reports, o'rourke says the current political climate is compelling him to run. there's no sitting on the sidelines, there's no hoping that somebody else can get tothis the national political spotlight by running a strong, populist campaign against incumbent senator ted cruz.this amazing campaign ...
of people. not a single dime from a pac. all people, all the time in every single part of texas.o'rourke's home distrct is the border town of el paso, and he has been an advocate of immigrant rights and strong supporter of effforts to mitigate climate change,house speaker nancy pelosi says will make br a great contender.i just know of his record here - when he came he came as a real champion for the environment.in iowa today, o'rourke focused on the big picture, avoiding specifics.we have the single greatest mechanism to call forth the genius of our fellow human beings ... this democracy.at the white house, president trump had a different focus."i think he's got a lot of hand movement. i've never seen so much hand movement. i said is he crazy or is that just the way he acts? so i've never seen a hand movement. " "so, president trump made fun of your hands today. did you see that?" "oh, did he? (laughs) i have nothing to say to that. i think people wt smallness
cycloneá bringing dangerous weather to the central u-s-- stranding over a áthousandá drivers throughout colorado --leading to a áone hundredá car pileup on a major higway.... authorities were in full saving mode as they scrambled to rescue drivers who were forced to wait who were rescue drivers who were forced to wait for áhoursá in the ábitterá cold. a colorado state patrol corporal was killed after being hit by a vehicle while helping a stranded driver. and tens of thousands of people without electricity. the state's governor declaring a state of emergency -- as some areas got áslammedá with as much as á45 inchesá of snow. (ken) now weather experts say the effects of this bomb cyclone are not over yet. the storm is expected to move east where it will continue delivering dangerous weather conditions.(terisa)ing us now i chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, larence? lawrence karnow: it was
another gorgeous day with sunshine and warm temperatures. highs were mainly in the 60s. it is dry on the doppler radar across the state as high pressure has taken over. tonight will see a few passing clouds and cool temperatures with lows in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure along the west coast. it will strengthen through the weekend and bring many 70s to the bay area. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s. dry warm weather will last through monday. on tuesday the clouds start to roll back in and then there's a chance of rain on wednesday.
(ken) we continue to update you on this breaking news story we first brought you at the top of the hour... a deadly mass shooting at a mosque in the new zealand city of christchurch. and police have one person in custody but the prime minister of new zealand says there is a possibilty of other suspects involved... police say there are multiple fatalities... this is the second mosque shooting being reported in that city today... witnesses say they saw a man dressed in black enter the started running from the mosque in terror. people in the area are on lockdown... and are being told to stay indoors... they believe many people affected may be
migrants or refugees. (ken) still ahead at 8... facebook and its various platforms experienced what they are calling it to be the social network's biggest-ever interruption.... details on what may have caused it.... (terisa) and up next... hundreds of bay area students join in the fight to end to gun violence... as they seek justice for stephon clark... the goal one assembly bill they say will help them accomplish just that.
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students from the bay area were at the state capitol today... calling for an end to gun violence. it's a cause dozens of community activists say should also extend to gun violence brought on by police officers. today both groups held a rally on the capitol's steps calling for change... and to support assembly bill 3-9-2... better known as the use of force law. reporter doug johnson is at the state capitol with their message. natsse'quette clark, stephon clark's mother"it's very important to me that all in wha most important. justice accountability."stephon clark's mother, se'quette clark was one of hundreds who came to support legislation which would change use of
deadly force laws for police in california.se'quette clark, stephon clark's mother"if we are to achieve justice for stephon clark, and the clark family we must stay focused on the relevant facts of the case. he was executed for an alleged misdemeanor charge." nats marchingoriginally marching the 7 or so blocks from crocker park to the state capitol building...nats marchinga couple dozen protesters began the rally by chanting for justice for stephon clark... a goal they say assembly bill 392 will help them accomplish.jamilia land, ca families united for justice"there are so many lives that have been taken senselessly and we in the state of california as touted as we are to be such a liberal and progressive state, we have some of the highest numbers of police murder in the country." nats marchingonce the group was at the capitol, around two hundred students with bay area student activists, or basa, joined them.basa members are meeting with lawmakers... lobbying for control laws... an issue they believe should include police officers.ivan garcia, head-royce school, oakland"i think that our police are not being accountable and are being held accountable for a lot of the actions they are taking like shooting teenagers and innocent people who shouldn't otherwise be killed or shot." jamilia land, ca families united for justice"often times police murder is not talked about as gun violence, which it should be."se'quette clark, stephon clark's mother irresponsible actions of the da and the doj we have chosen to take justice into our own hands!"
students say they met with lawmakers on both sides of the ailse today... their trip coincides with the first anniversary of the march for our lives student walk-outs which came in the wake of the parkland shooting in florida last year. it was quite the battle at oracle last night....the warriors able to avoid the season sweep to the rockets with a close win....that's next....
(ken) a police officer in florida-- has been relieved from duty -- after cellphone video of a rough arrest went viral on social media. it happened in miami-dade county on march fifth but the video has just been released... you can see officer alejandro geraldo cuffing and taking down a woman. police were responding to the call of a neighbor dispute.... 26-year-old dyma loving says a man called her a derogatory name and pointed a gun at her and her friend when she walked past his home. but during police questioning things quickly escalated... with the camera continuing to record as two other officers assist in the arrest. tonight the
woman in the video is speaking out about what was going through her mind during this incident...(ken) according to police action was taken before a complaint was even made. an official saying an immediate inquiry was initiated which resulted in the officer being relieved of duty and of his role as a field training officer. he says more discipline could be coming. ... (terisa) 4 your health tonight... fast food has become a major part of what americans eat on a regular basis, and a report from the c-d-c reveals just how much.
according to a new study nearly 85 million u-s adults consumed fast food on a regular basis. fast food has contributed to health risks like obesity, high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, and heart disease. the data showed people who ate a lot of junk food varied by age, income level, and sex... the highest seen between the ages of 20 to 39.... higher- income families ate more fast food... and a slightly higher percentage in men than woman. (ken) facebook and its various platforms experienced an outage yesterday... stretching beyond 14 hours. and it is believed to be the social network's áábiggest interruption ever. there were some signs of the issues being resvoled earlier today... and as reporter samuel burke explains... the lengthy disruption is likely to upset advertisers... samuel burke, cnn business correspondent: "this is believed to be the biggest outage ever suffered by the social network and keep in mind this didn't just affect facebook's more than 2 billion
users possibly. also, the other group of apps whatsapp and instagram -- those applications also seeing problems on their platforms. this went on for over 14 hours, though. by thursday morning it looked like facebook was getting back on its feet. there were rumors that this might have been a ddos attack. that's basically when hackers or other groups inundate a company like facebook, their servers. but the social network is saying that's not what happened here. though they're not sharing exactly what was the cause. it could not happen at a worse time for facebook. that's because federal prosecutors are now conducting a criminal investigation into the social network's data sharing deals with a number of large technology companies. that's according to a report from the new york times. as part of the investigation in new york grand jury has also subpoenaed two well-known smartphone makers for records related to the investigation. that's according to the new york times newspaper. now facebook for its part is saying that this is something that they have already addressed prior to this. facebook saying quote "as we've said before we are cooperating with investigators and take those probes seriously. we've provided public testimony, answered questions and pledged that we will continue to do so." this of on the heels of mark zuckerberg just last week announcing that the company would be pivoting to privacy, focusing more on its messaging platforms and enabling messages that disappear. looks like facebook may want some of
those messages to disappear right now. i'm samuel burke. it's been an emotional roller coaster for golden state fans...they're still the top team in the west, but the warriors haven't won back-to-back games in over a month. so it felt like an important test last night in houston. after going oh-and-three against the rockets to start the season, the dubs avoided
atement making fashion.even without kevin durant, who was resting the ankle he tweaked on suay state at oracle last came back a 14 point 4th quarter deficit to come within one in the final seconds....but the warriors got the 106-104 win...rockets' m-v-p candidate james harden put up 29 points, but it was klay thompson leading the way with a game-high 30...and demarcus cousins had the best game of his warriors career...27 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, and 2 steals...here's head coach steve kerr. "we got to remind ourselves that he's still pretty early in the process. i don't know how many games he's played for us....20? we're all learning. me too. i got to learn how to use him better. i thought we used him better tonight. i thought he did a phenomenal job of just getting down on the block and controlling the game down there. it's a good win for us and we've got 15 games left now to continue to figure out how to use everybody. the combinations, all that stuff. this was a good night."
a pair of players are saying so long to the silver and black...after a few days full of acquisitions, the raiders announced today that they are releasing wide receiver jordy nelson and backup quarterback aj mccarron. nelson...who won a super bowl with the green bay packers...spent one season in oakland, starting 15 contests and finishing with 739 yards and three touchdowns. mccarron also did a one-season stint...backing up derek carr all of 2018, appearing in two contests and completing one of three passes. the 49ers were busy today as well...the newest member of the team is receiver jordan matthews, who comes to san francisco after stints in philadelphia and buffalo. injuries have slowed matthews in recent years, but in his first three nfl seasons as an
eagle, he put up more than 800 receiving yards each season. he injured his knee in 2017 while with the buffalo bills, then returned to philly last season, where he caught 20 passes for three hundred yards and two touchdowns. san francisco fans might find this of interest...jordan matthews also a cousin of jerry rice. he also tweeted a photo of himself with jerry rice, saying "some things are just meant to be." [music playing] (sashimi) psst. hey, you!
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a 9-1-1 call from a woman who saw a man frantically running around through the street screaming....(ken) it happened as the woman just got home... she thought something was wrong, so she put her children back in the car and called the police. (ken) but as it turned out, the 17-year-old was the woman's old was the woman's neighbor and he was running around the street just celebrating the news of the cleveland browns' trade with th beckham jr.
like, oh my god.">(ken) however stewart's celebration was cut short when officers arrived. when he told them why.... the officers just laughed, fist bumped and went about their day... (terisa) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. (grant) ken, theresa, thanks. next at nine. a horrific mass shooting in new zealand tonight with several fatalities... the target... mosques in the city of crist-church. the sickening details are just emerging... as we're learning one shooter live streamed the attack. a suspect is in custody, and we'll have the latest... a search for potentially more shooters. (vicki) and... a san francisco church
is hit by thieves... their safe robbed, not only of gift cards for the needy, but valuable sacred books that can never be replaced. plus - lawrence is here with your four zone forecast. don't go away, kron 4 news at 9 in primetime is next.primetime is even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter
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big breaking stories this hour...i'm grant lodes. ((vicki))and i'm vicki liviakis.the first is overseas where multiple fatalities are reported following a shooting at two mosques in new zealand. tonight the prime minister calling it one of that country's darkest days. ((map/vo))the shootings happened in central christchurch at about 1:45 new zealand time.we're told the city is currently on lockdown. witnesses say there were upwards of 200 people in one mosque when the gunman opened fire with a semi-automatic weapon.(grant)this is video sce a man dressed in black entered the mosque and opened fire. authorities confirm the shooting was live streamed on social media.the footage that's making the rounds on social media