the bullet holes were kind of close there's no way he could have just pulled it out in shot like that because that's what they said they pull it out of his waistband kept it there and shot him from that point. on this side of the head was he an expert shooter no he was eighteen now ok there's no way he could a shot like that in hit the person twice made it because you have to be an expert you have to do a lot of training and in eighteen years out there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way. because bullets do not shoot around a corner. where you cited clearly you know you don't want to go on with it goes with the road you go through we were left. we. were good. when. the door to door was.
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person would have said i would call the police you know but i don't have a normal life you know i mean i mean i'm not i really blame it on my life so much as but the conditions are certain things you know as the way you respond to critical situations. i just want to go to sleep as that's all i want to do that's why did i want to sleep. i just got a gas. station. i could have a guest in a parking lot this wasn't always car right and i was over and i got out when a cyber stars and i got. this fright the sunflower seeds and the buy one get one free pack of more belmont cigarettes are come out and that's when page was already in the truck. and its truck with a tree yes and so when i seen
a situation i recognized it was something that was what was the situation he was what he was and i thought he was. he said there is also my right and was there ever actually was another passenger seat. and so i looked over at my man i was up and he said when he said when he had no vehicle and so i was like man come on i hopped in a car took off right. out
of time to the second murder i went to sleep and the gunshots will be up. down the trunk and i say no i want persons down there are very brave why i asked him why he sued them and he said he knew my name in or just. one same a petri. dish. that took a toll on me because i'm like and this dude i don't want to have a family i mean this is a type of man and i was raised to respect. it's now i said there a shot i can't already marco to finish who was that they would page. it was i guess who was not supposed to that ok he's not somebody that they named thing or harmed anybody in any kind of way. and so on like and then reality said man. everything is all come back on me too so self-preservation with
their self-preservation kicks in i mean people say why do you call the police what it was an option i mean i mean that was what i considered option. i said look i don't know what to do when to get away from me yeah and to get out the truck and did he tell you i'm going to turn myself in and he has that yeah he did but i wouldn't i mean i want to thank him my they look like they're going to get out of me right now and then so i was like ok i don't care what you do is get away from me. and i was wondering what are the odds that that they've it page will tell what happened i don't. they. i don't know i mean i guess s. between him and whatever god he's to use in a war ship right now you know. the
marines are after him how are you i mean any sissy can get to see and to see. so he dropped you off for a draw. but how much sense does that make if he if he helps you had a gun point or he didn't he hold your gun point right he just felt afraid because he was carrying a gun around the senator really like anything you try to do try to get away with it away from like so if i had a gun and i'm holding you. or even if i'm not holding your drive along with me and you know i've done killed two people you're going to try to talk your way and get away from me. whether or not work we're cool or not you're going to try to get away some so way form or fashion and it took me that long to figure out ok cool that's
the way i'm going to be able to do this and be able to manipulate him letting me go by telling him to get out get away from here you know martin him in my opinion yes . one person who works with the police chase they say why do you run a different car if you're i could see but i did not know i was wanted for murder alone for world there's a gun and a drug or made the deal i'm outside of the city limits or i'm supposed to be i'm going back to do. refuse the charge of police about you know i refuse when i was first refuse talk to police period. i mean because i know how it is a serious charge and i've been involved because i know how they do things so i'm not talking we all do without an attorney. but why didn't he when he don't hate us because. you know i said. i was caught up in history cultural my ass
it we don't talk to the police you don't form one of the people right but if you know that it came to me and i mean i'm not saying it's right or wrong you know sam i mean if it was. some i heard a child then as different you know i mean this is i'm thirty one years old now so i see the nonsense and these quote unquote rules all these drug dealers and stuff and gamer stuff. and i'll say this right but it's what i'm here to at the time and at the time it was to me a motto of police nothing and so i didn't know that they would put it on me and i will get these people in trouble to get myself out of trouble it was my whole business and writes i'm not going to say now had i known that they were going to give the state was against me already that oh it's a total love you know but at the same time i'm doing as a mom to let my mom go find darnell so he can tell me. about that he's the one who first told the police i was like what and i read a statement. although i don't know where it came from or why it happened that way
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heads to vienna on his first official trip since beginning his fourth term in office ahead of the visit he had a pretty animated interview with austrian t.v. channel two. this is just as casual but. it's this way if you don't see this because of. the things you could live with i think it will serve as a. come up as well as germany's chancellor is accused of turning a blind eye to corruption in the country's refugee agency. america's former top spy justifies u.s. intervention in foreign elections saying it's being done for the good of the people the fact that statement. no mission to the international space station prepares for
launch the baikonur cosmodrome in kazakhstan ahead of lift off. kevin oh in this is our international it's just day this tuesday here in moscow and in this half hour update we start with news that president putin is to make his first international trip after reelection is expected in austria a couple of hours' time where he's due to meet with chancellor sebastian kurtz senior correspondent explains the importance of this meeting. there is a wind of change blowing through europe or perhaps just the breeze but on the eve of vladimir putin's visit here to vienna the austrian vice chancellor comes out and calls for and then the sanctions the sanctions have damaged our austrian
economy above all else and i've always warned against pushing russia into the arms of china is high time to end these painful sanctions and normalize political and economic relations with russia not exactly shocking a lot these days a lot of the austrian chancellor himself came out and called the u.s. and reliable in that regard making up with russia might counterbalance things such as friends allies washington imposing tariffs on european goods a move that essentially began a trade war. so now we will also impose import tariffs this is basically stupid process the fact that we have to do this but we have to do it we will now impose tariffs on harley davidson motorcycles on levis blue jeans and we can also do stupid we also have to be this stupid the logic here is that by normalizing relations with russia europe would be better able to deal with washington the idea
is that the united states would behave itself properly we also need russia to solve problems i mean we exclude russia from the g eight now the problem is that the u.s. is following a policy the other six do not want perhaps russia's return to the g. eight would be a counterbalance and allow for counter policy but politician say whatever suits them doesn't always translate into action it seldom does if anything and it's difficult to imagine that gargantuan and ponderous european machine changing tracks overnight or if you. be difficult to imagine we have to reconnect if i'm not very happy about the state of all relations look at the. differences on the streets. but does. seem. to be brought to an.
us the relations of taken some pretty major blows recently it was trumps decision to ditch the iran nuclear deal that was slammed by european signatories and of course the relocation of the us embassy in israel to jerusalem also caused consternation austrian freedom party m.p. your highness hope told us that russia and europe on the other hand have got some common interests these days. as well as for exactly what the game is the american game in europe and what is in the advantage of austria and what is against austrian interests they know this and in though we have no conflict of interest at all with russia europe has no conflict of interest at all is russia the only conflict is an american russian conflict and this is leverage through europe so everyone knows to steer clear from being used by non european power against russia is against their interest so that's what you know the only question is now.
how far they will dare to go what allies they will find in europe. ahead of his visit to vienna president putin spoke to an austrian t.v. channel they did he was so animated at some points putin even had to switch to german to get a word in. this is the written the very stiff when you go through three three you have to move may to motorscooter your first tricia cornish we're going to get little scope of the boom that a little bit. me to give you were cricket it seems like quite explicitly if you don't win this causes cancer from things a bit of the president a loss as a. result of his not so yes he's just a scoundrel but vocal i'm sitting. here just going to. school being so very tired of the thoughts of you and i learned i mean how do you know. you just live on the road somewhere to the things of the age of a person or despite the tone of the interview putin did manage to touch on some pretty important topics like the north korea crisis he also gave
a detailed reply to accusations of russian meddling in the us presidential elections back in twenty six states. we should because you just said that mr proposing is referred to as putin's chef and indeed that is his job he is a restaurant owner in st petersburg because what do you really think that a person who is in the restaurant business even if this person has some hacking opportunities and owns a private firm in this field could use it to sway elections in the united states or european country could it be that the media and political standards in western countries have reached such a low level that a russian restaurant owner can sway voters in the european country or the united states isn't that ridiculous. that he is stuck where there is such a person in the united states mr soros who interferes in affairs all over the world and i often hear from my american friends that america as
a state has nothing to do with his activities i mean there are rumors circulating now that mr soros is planning to make the euro highly volatile but experts are already discussing this ask the state department why he is doing this the state department will say that it has nothing to do with these activities rather it is mr soros private affair with us it is mr precocious private affair with this is my answer are you satisfied with it was that. there's a limit on it i do not even want to think about it it is a dreadful thought i think this road the road towards the denuclearization of north korea should be a two way road if the north korean leader is backing up his intentions with practical actions for example giving up new tests of ballistic missiles new nuclear tests then the other side should reciprocate in a tangible manner and in this connection i consider it counterproductive to
continue military activities military exercises and everything that is related to this i very much hope that the situation will move forward in a positive way. and you think you've seen it it is not our aim to divide anything or anybody in europe on the contrary we want to see the knighted and prosperous european union because the european union is our biggest trade and economic partner the more problems there are within the european union the greater the risks and uncertainties for us the mere fact that our trade with the european union countries has dropped by half from over four hundred billion to two hundred fifty billion speaks for itself why do we need to see a further drop why rock the european union in order to suffer further losses and incur costs or miss possible benefits from cooperation with the european union on the contrary we need to increase cooperation with the european union if we work at
all or work more intensively with some than with others we proceed from purely pragmatic considerations. if you just said that there is proof accepted by everyone that assad used chemical weapons well not by everyone our experts think differently for example let's look at the alleged chemical attack in the city of door models the reason given for missile strikes against syria look the syrian troops liberated that area but we immediately suggested to our partners that the o.p.c. w commission go there it is a un unit the organization for prohibition of chemical weapons but instead of waiting one or two days and allowing the commission to work on the site a missile attack was launched on syria tell me please is this the best way to ensure the objective of t. of what happened there i do not think so i think it was an attempt to create
conditions that would make it impossible to investigate thoroughly that is what it was what we just said that there is proof that militants used chemical substances who punished them have they received any punishment did the coalition and attack them immediately i did not see anything like that because. germany's refugee agency is being investigated for corruption it's accused of offering asylum for bribes chancellor merkel's now also being dragged into the scandal too with claims that she was aware of the problems but did nothing to reform the organization our europe correspondent peter all of a picks up the story for you as the cash for asylum investigation into the german federal office for migration and the refugees all bumped up is speed public focus has turned to the german chancellor angela merkel and what she knew about the agency's problems its former head frankie couldn't face gave an interview to a.