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it was plan. he said he was planning it for six months. >> dylann roof goes before a judge today while the city of charleston mourns the loss of nine members of their group because of their race. >> she loved her family she loved her community, she loved her god. fierce weather from coast to coast. heavy rains and the threat of flooding from the remnants of tropical storm bill heads east while more than a dozen wildfires are scorching the west. and you can own a piece of the sports scandal. one of the balls allegedly deflated during the new england championship game goes up for auction. captioning funded by cbs
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this is the "cbs morning news" for friday june 19th 2015. good morning. i'm alison harmelin in for anne-marie green. a bond is scheduled today for 21-year-old dylann roof. he was captured yesterday and waived his rights to skra dix. they say it was motivated by racial hatred. this morning there is disbelief but also anger. craig boswell is in charleston. good morning, craig. >> reporter: alison good morning. absolute disbee left anger, shock. meantime a chilling portrait of an accused shooter is coming to life. dylann roof will be in court today to be arained for the mass shooting inside the ee
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emanuel church after being captured. debbie dills who spotted his vehicle on the way to work alerted authorities when she recognized the car and the driver. i got up a little closer and i seen the haircut they were talking about, kind of the bowl looking cut. >> reporter: this image apparently shows roof at the bible study before the shooting. as the memorial continues to fro outside the historic church a portrait of accused shooter dylann roof begins to ee meshlg. his childhood friend joey meek said he reconnected with him a few weeks ago. he said roof told him he wanted to hurt a whole bunch of people and he had a plan. >> he told me the black people
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were taking over the world. >> reporter: roof used his birthday money from his parents to buy a gun. investigators found shell casings of the same caliber at the shooting scene. i spoke to the former pastor of the emanuel ame church here. he personally knew of seven of the nine victims. he spoke about their dedication and commitment and the church that was formed to make a statement. he said people here have proved themselves over and over again and they will do so once again. alison, back to you. the men and women of emanuel ame church were open to all in their bible study group. six women and three men ranked in age from 23to 87. marlie hall has more from charleston on the lives that were lost that i hold on knowing
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that my mother took her last breath in a place that she loved. >> reporter: the daughter of ethyl lee lance taking solace in the fact that her mother died. helping to keep the historic church clean. lance's cousin sueziesie jackson was the oldest member and sang in the choir. the baseball team at charleston southern coming together in support of their teammate chris singleton. his mother sharonda singleton was a popular speech pa thogt gist and track coach. >> reporter: a tribute to coleman singleton on facebook. singleton. depayne middle on the doctor was making strides to becoming a
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minister. the mother of four worked with some of charleston's poorest residents. tywanza sanders was the youngest victim. the 26-year-old earned a business degree last year. on his instagram page he described himself as an artist, poet poet, and businessman. sanders posted a snapchat photo. a black shroud draped over the desk of clementa pinckney. he was emanuel's pastor leading the prayer group that night. all branchs of the library were closed in honor of cynthia hurd. she worked for the library for three decades. why would she have been there on
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wednesday night? >> because she was a christian. my mother and father attended that church and we were baptized in that church. it didn't surprise me that on a wednesday night she would be there. >> i'm sorry about this terrible loss. >> reporter: the 200-year-old church's leaders are committed to rebuilding. the family cries and the family moves on. marlie hall charleston south carolina. jeb bush and donald trump canceled campaign visits on thursday out of respect for the victims but the issue of gun control was raised again at the attack attack. presidential candidate ted cruz asked for a moment of silence for the victims but did not raise gun rights. >> there's a sickness in our country.
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there's something terribly wrong but it's not going to be fixed. >> reporter: marco rubio did not mention it specifically. >> if i'm president of the united states, we will appoint judges and we will have an attorney general who will have our second amendment right and protect every living american who live out their faith at home, at work or in their business. >> reporter: democrat hillary clinton campaigned in nevada said the country has to face hard truths about guns and race. >> how many people do we need to see cut down before we act. >> two of clinton's democratic
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opponents weighed in on the attack. vermont's bernie sanders called it another sign of racism. governor o'malley said he was keeping the victims in his prayers. >> coming up on "cbs this morning," more on the shooting and we'll speak with governor nikki haley. david sweat and richard matt have been missing since june 6 sparking a mass ichb manhunt involved hundreds of law enforcement officers. it's reserved for the worst of the worst. yesterday's search was expanded but officials say they have no solid leads. the prosecution in the colorado shooting trial is expected to wrap up today. james holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. yesterday jurors got to see the picture of the youngest victim a 6-year-old.
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her mother was paralyzed and miscarried. a new jersey man is has been charged with conspiring to help isis. according to court documents he wants to travel abroad and work with isis in exchange for four wives. another was arrested saturday. he allegedly corresponded for months about joining isis. coming up on the "morning news," extreme weather. slow tropical weather brings relentless rain and causes deadly flooding in the south while wildfires burn across the west. this is the "cbs morning news." listen up team i brought in some protein
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whipped trees from side to side. hail pelted the windshields of cars. the hail can be seen pilling up on the ground near a tree. parts of the midwest are bracing for heavy downpours for the weekend. some places could get up to 12 inches of rain as the storm tracks to the east coast. in oklahoma a 2-year-old boy died after being swept from his father's arms in the flooding. an elderly woman drowned in her car. downpours flooded streets south of oklahoma city. more than 5,000 children at a church camp were evacuated and sent home as a precaution. camp leaders say water piked up a bus. >> it got swept into the water way and carried into the water. but there were never any people in the bus. >> school buses could be seen parked in several feet of water. cars in low lying areas were also flooded. dry conditions are fueling
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wildfires rages across the west. fires are burning across arizona and california. in alaska people left their homes outside of anchorage. themountains were on fire. helicopters dropped water on rugged terrain. heavy black smoke poured from one house as it burned. crews outside modesto battled the claims. the pope's teaching letter on the environment is sparking strong reaction. francis is calling for diseasive action for environmental degragation and global warming. the problem is real and mostly manmade. many catholics and environmentalistenvironment environmentistenvironmental
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the "cbs moneywatch," bailout talks for greece hit a roadblock and a personal robot that can recognize your emotion goes on sale. pjill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, alison. this morning the greek prime minister said he expects a solution to the debt crisis but following yesterday's meeting the greek finance minister acknowledged relations between greece and its creditors has reached a low point. greece has agreed to two weeks
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to deal with is lenders or face default on its loans. the fed indicated it was in no rush to raise interest rates. the dow gained 180 points. the s&p finished 20 pointss higher. the nasdaq added 68. shares of martha stewart soared even though she's talking of selling. "the wall street journal" reports she's close to selling. wikileaks released more than 200,000 documents. in november controversial sony data was released including sensitive information about sony employees, e-mails, salaries and copies of unreleased meefbs. google launched a new service to verify eyewitness news videos. it's called youtube news wire.
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it's changed news organizations like cbs. newswire will gather those individual yoes and make sure they're trustworthy. and alison, if you're interested in a personal robot, here's your chance. pepper goes on sale tomorrow. pepper talks and they say it has a heart, can recognize human emotions and react with stimulations of anger, joy, and irritation. it sells in japan for $1,600. overseas sales are expected next year. alison? >> how do you think pepper feels about cleaning my house? >> hopefully good. >> there you go. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. jill, thanks. when we return taking the air out of deflate gate. a football from the championship game can beyours, ahead in sports. could be bad. could be a blast. can't find a single thing to wear.
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here's a looked a today's forecast in some cities around the country. caught on camera. three construction workers are hurt when part of a century-old bridge gives way in western pennsylvania. the injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. it's not clear what caused the collapse. both shot 5 under par 65. but it was tiger woods making headlines for all the wrong reasons. woods shot an 80 making both guy after bogey. he finished tied third out of 156 golfers. even hammers beat woods by three
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shots. the yankee slugger is now one hit away from 3,000. he collected two hits against miami last night as yankees won. sandoval went online wednesday night. he used instagram. he checked his phone during a visit to the clubhouse. the manager said the team will not suspend or fine sandoval. they prohibit players from using electronic equipment 30 minutes prior to the game until it's over. and the nfl history is going on the auction block. a deflategate football. it's one of the balls used in the afc title win over the colts in january. a fan got it after the patriots' touchdown. it's believed to be the only ball available to the game available to the public. bidding starts at $25,000. coming up after your local
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here's another look at this morning's top story. dylann roof who allegedly opened fire at black south carolina church is scheduled to appear before a judge today. roof was captured yesterday in north carolina.phe faces nine counts of murder. a friend says he had been planning the massacre for some time and the race was the motive. the victims were part of a study group at the emanuel ame church. there were six women and three men including three pastors, a high school track coach, a librarian, and a recent college graduate. the shooting at ame isn't the first against the church or congregants. craig boswell has more from charleston. mother e man yell since 1818
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has stood for freedom and worship for african-americans in south carolina. >> that is the voice of pastor clementa pinckney. he led the congregation until he was shot down there tuesday night. president obama and michelle obama got to know him during the 2008 campaign. >> to say our thoughts and prayers are with him doesn't con say enough to convey the heartache, sadness, and anger that we feel. emanuel ame is the oldest church in the u.s. >> it's a political site and a social site. >> reporter: the pews were filled when jesse jackson spoke there in 1984 as a hopeful democratic candidate. >> hands who used to pick kohn
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can suddenly pick a president. >> reporter: including the reverend drfrmt martin luther king jr. the physical building has been burned to the ground and destroyed in an earthquake and each time restore edd. >> it was literally formed to make a statement. a majestic sanctuary was built to prove people of color could do great things. >> reporter: singleton said it not only survived tough times but thrived and will do so again. craig boswell, cbs news charleston, south carolina. and coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more into the investigation of the deadly shooting at emanuel ame church. we'll take you to nikki haley. and in california where the water may soon run dry and the
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importance of wearing seatbelts this the back seat of car. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. i'm alison harmelin. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". suspect in the south carolina church massacre is scheduled to appear in a courtroom this morning to be formally arraigned. friends and family speak out about the victims killed in wednesday night's attack. >> crews on the scene of water main break that flooded nicetown shopping center yesterday. more on the damage it caused and what may have been the cause. >> nixed bag when it comes to your forecast, some folks can expect showers throughout the morning, how is the rest of the weekend shaping up? how is fathers day looking? katie has your forecast and the weekend forecast coming up. >> i'm nicole brewer in for ukee this morning we start off first on the church massacre. dyla

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