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- i don't think i've ever heard you say that. - because i never have. whoever's sending you these texts has real resources, someone like nick vera. - are you saying nick is doing this or speculating as much? - he's poison. cut this guy loose, charlie. - i can't. - he's linked to those texts that you've been receiving, isn't he? that's the only reason you haven't blown this bastard out of the airlock by now. all right, all right, all right, all right. i'm not gonna let you implicate yourself out loud or lie to me, so let's just do this the old-fashioned way.
he was there with you when you met fatah, right? let three seconds pass if i'm right. - how? - look at the photo. a better question is, "why?" why would he send you a photo with him in it? he's playing you to some end. so watch out. he's a liar and a manipulator, and if you let him, he will take you down. - thanks, syd. - charlie, watch your back. you've wandered into a world i can't protect you from. - i know. [low chatter] - back already? - i didn't attend the announcement. - why not?
- the president asked me to do something. - we're not gonna save him, are we? - is he still talking? - they've almost cut in with the torches. - he was frantic a few minutes ago, but...he's gone quiet. - you guys read his file. i need something... something that i can key in on. how was he recruited? - it was a sense of self-worth. he told his handler, canfield, that he wanted to be essential, someone important. - he believed the world was on the verge of a nuclear war, and he realized while he was here in college that the u.s. might be the reasonable ones. - thank you. anatoly?
anatoly? anatoly? - i'm here. they're getting through. they'll soon open it. - sir, i have a mission for you. - a mission? - yes. directly from the president of the united states. - the president? she knows who i am? - absolutely. i just left her at the white house. it's a mission only you can do. - i-i don't understand. - there are two russian cruisers less than half an hour from your position. we have an icebreaker sailing in, but the russian ships are gonna beat us there. if we fire on the cruisers, your country will respond. soon there will be war. you and i have devoted our lives to avoiding a war between our nations. i couldn't tell you this before, but i do remember you from the day in the park. i-i remember playing with your daughter,
and when you left, i asked my father who you were, and he said, "honey, that man is a hero." he never explained, but i remember thinking as i watched you walk away with your little girl how lucky she was that my own father thought of hers as a hero. - what is it that the president wants? - anatoly, that sub can't be recovered, those men can't be rescued, and that intel cannot be turned over to the russian government. those secrets... your secret... must stay hidden for all time. - my daughter, sabina, is at university, a freshman, premed.
i will never meet my grandchildren, of which i wish you many. but i have spent these last hours imagining the long life that awaits you. and it was wonderful. i'm in the last moments of my life, but i'm not sad. i'm relieved. i've done things in my time, treacherous, unforgivable things. i've engaged in the most nefarious of professions out of a profound sense of duty. for the lies i told and the lives i've taken, i ask only forgiveness from you, my love.
no matter what is said about me after i'm gone, know that i always, always loved you, my darling. you were the only good, true thing in my life. i will miss you. - anatoly, is there anything you would like me to pass on to the president? - no. i said what i had to say. whatever last words i have i'll keep to myself. charlie, thank you. - thank you, sir. [melancholy music] ♪ - ♪ he used to call me dn
♪ that stood for "deadly nightshade" ♪ ♪ 'cause i was filled - you know you can't play her the content of that recording. - ♪ but blessed with beauty and rage ♪ ♪ jim told me that - i know. ♪ - ♪ he hit me, and it felt like a kiss ♪ ♪ jim brought me back - bury me under the sea. i'm burning. - ♪ reminded me of when we were kids ♪ ♪ with his ultraviolence - carry me off in my dreams. - ♪ ultraviolence ♪ ultraviolence - i am screaming. - ♪ ultraviolence ♪ ♪ i can hear sirens, sirens ♪ ♪ ♪ he hit me, and it felt like a kiss ♪ - bury me under the sea. - ♪ i can hear violins, violins ♪
- erase all that i see. - ♪ ultraviolence ♪ he used to call me poison - [yells indistinctly] [gunshots] [explosion booms] - ♪ i could have died right there ♪ ♪ 'cause he was right beside me ♪ - sabina, my angel, i've done things in my time, treacherous, unforgivable things. i've engaged in the most nefarious of professions out of a profound sense of duty. for the lies i told and the lives i've taken, i ask only forgiveness from you, my love. no matter what is said about me after i'm gone, know that i always, always loved you. ♪ - ♪ i can hear sirens, sirens ♪
[boom] ♪ give me all of that ultraviolence ♪ - i lied. - what? - i lied... to anatoly simonov, nightfall. i don't remember him from the park when i was a kid. - what do you mean, charlie? - i told him my father said he was a hero, that i remember them walking away that day. it's not true, mo. i have no memory of that moment at all. i lied. - well, he died a hero. - no, he didn't. he died a spy. - to anatoly. - to anatoly.
the world watched the decision. tonight, a grand jury decided not to indict the white ferguson police officer in the shooting death of the black unarmed teenager michael brown. we have live team coverage of protesters through the streets of ferguson and in philadelphia. >> nbc's jay gray is joining us now live from ferguson with the latest from there. jay? >> reporter: good evening. protesters pouring into the streets here in ferguson. take a look. after the decision not to indict officer darren wilson in the shooting death of michael brown. a building down the street burning at this point. across the street, as you see the protesters, another building that's already been looted and the crowd is growing here. >> good evening. >> reporter: after three months of anticipation and anxiety here, a decision this evening from the grand jury. >> they determined that no probable cause exists to file any charge against officer wilson and returned a no true bill on each of the five
indictments. >> reporter: police officer darren wilson will not face charges in the shooting death of unarmed teenager michael brown. >> they met on 25 separate days in the last 3 months, heard more than 70 hours of testimony from about 60 witness. >> reporter: the seven men and five women of the grand jury met again this morning. nine white, three black, mirroring st. louis county's demographics. >> they are the only people, the only people who have heard and examined every witness and every piece of evidence. >> reporter: president obama spoke from the white house after the announcement. >> to those in ferguson, there are ways of channeling your concerns constructively and there are ways of channeling your concerns destructively. michael brown's parents understand what it means to be constructive. the vast majority of peaceful protesters, they understand it as well. >> not going to be business as
usual. >> reporter: as many as 500 protesters gathered to await the decision early. a community bracing for what has already been an emotional response here. jay gray, nbc news, ferguson. and take a look at this. a car burning out of control on a ferguson street. in the moments after the announcements of the grand jury's decision. we are seeing images of protests in cities across the country tonight. >> want to show you some additional live pictures now from ferguson, moi moissourmiss been watching images of a building on fire, a couple cars we've seen on fire. we've also seen police trying to disperse crowds using smoke, they say, not using tear gas. again, live images right now in reaction to the decision tonight from the grand jury not to indict the police officer. several hundred people listened to the decision in front of philadelphia's city hall. here's the view from skyforce
10. >> nbc 10's george spencer is at city hall right now. witnessed the emotion as the prosecutor made announce about 9:20 tonight. george, what have you seen where you are? >> reporter: jim, there was actually an audible gasp when that announcement of no indictment came across the megaphone here at dillworth park tonight. immediately thereafter, 700 people took to the streets taking out their emotion by marching. as you can see, big portions of center city remain closed. this is a live look at market street right now. we can tell you 15th street where we're standing has only re-opened within the past couple of minutes. and for the crowd that was out here tonight, the emotion was clearly running high. >> after the tragic story of what happened. >> reporter: listening via live stream outside city hall, for a crowd of several hundred, this months-long saga came to a noisy end. >> this is not a white issue. this is not a black issue. >> reporter: and the pain of
ferguson arrived quickly in philadelphia. what went through your mind, through your heart? >> i was hurt. >> basically what went through my mind is they can do anything to us now. >> i believe they didn't do what they were supposed to do. >> reporter: half a block away at arch street methodist church, clergy probed the deeper issues highlighted the death of a young man by the hands of a police officer. education underfunding and excessive incarceration, they say. >> we're looking big picture because we want to create longlasting change over time. >> reporter: do you see piece of this in our city? >> i see pieces of it in the city. >> reporter: for this temple junior the no indictment outcome late tonight felt almost preordained. many in this crowd representing all races say they feel defeated but also angry. >> hey, hey. has got to go. >> reporter: concerned that a basic dignity may not be what they thought. >> realizing that personally people like me that our lives
don't mean as much as we were raised to believe that they mean. >> reporter: as for the crowd tonight, it has really done a big loop. several loops, in fact, this point around center city. right now you're looking at live pictures from skyforce 10 in the area of tenth street and south street. that is just one of the places they've made their way. earlier tonight as they left dilworth park here, they headed west on market, came back on chestnut, passed by the police department headquarters earlier. clearly it's a tremendous outpouring of emotion tonight, but we can tell you on the ground, everything we have seen, this has been nonviolent and peaceful, though clearly emotional. live tonight in center city, george spencer, nbc 10 news. and count on nbc 10 and nbc10.com to bring you continuous updates on tonight's grand jury decision and the ripple effects here at home. we'll be staying on top of the protests around city hall overnight and bring you live reports on "nbc 10 news today"
beginning at 4:00 a.m. and now to a first alert. a storm that could make for a holiday travel nightmare. we're keeping a close eye on the weather for wednesday. first alert meteorologist sheena parveen is tracking this system for us. sheena? >> yes, we are watching a developing nor'easter that will be giving parts of the area rain and snow on wednesday so that is a first alert weather day. it's the day before thanksgiving. the timing does not look good for this thing. so we'll start with wednesday morning. 4:00 to 8:00 in the morning, rain will start and mainly see a fast changeover to snow. areas north and west, lehigh valley and the poconos. from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on wednesday, we expect more of a changeover. the peak of the storm at this hour, possibly the heaviest rain changing over to the heaviest snow, especially north and west. and we will see the changeover along the i-95 corridor. 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. wednesday afternoon, snow continuing north and west, accumulating. rain to snow moving into south
jersey and parts of delaware. from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., this will taper off. the snow will lighten up. closer to the shore we could see more of a changeover to just snow. again, this will be on wednesday. not a good day to travel. coming up, i'll show you the best times to travel and also what you can expect locally as far as those snow totals. that's coming up. thanksgiving travelers may want to think twice about when they should head out of town. nbc 10's denise nakano joins us live from norristown. penndot has its work cut out. denise? >> reporter: jacqueline, the countdown is on. penndot's operation will be moving from patching the roadways to possibly having to plow the snow for the next couple of days. and we'll be watching and tracking those changes with stormforce 10. penndot workers are putting in extra hours ahead of the storm so you have one less thing to worry about. >> i am thankful i don't have to go very far but i still have to deal with my family. >> t >>. >> reporter: workers are tweaking, adjusting and equipping trucks with the latest snow-fighting tools.
>> we have to be out there and ready. >> reporter: this new ten wheeler arrived today with an additional spinner that can spread more salt than any other truck in penndot's maintenance yard in norristown. >> in terms of the plow's ability, it can cover more ground and giving us an extra truck and a half in terms of plow width. >> reporter: all eyes are on the radar, weather reports and on the roads at penndot's traffic management center in king of prussia. they monitor 11,000 miles of state highway from here and if need be will dispatch all of its 450 snow plow trucks. >> certainly one we're watching, monitoring very closely and penndot will be ready for. >> reporter: now, penndot has 100,000 tons of salt ready to go and crews ready to work in 12-hour shifts and we'll use stormforce 10 to monitor the changing conditions. live in norristown, denise naka nakano, nbc 10 news. right now americanairlines is accommodating passengers scheduled to fly to the northeast on wednesday. those passengers can move their flights to either tuesday or
thursday for free. no charge. the deal applies to nearly 20 cities including philadelphia. and delta has announced a similar waiver for wednesday flights to the area but it's letting passengers only rescheduled for flights on thursday and friday. again, philadelphia is among the airports included in the offer. get important information on the holiday storm delivered right to your smartphone or your tablet with the nbc 10 weather app. a free download you can get right now on our website at nbc10.com. tonight, we trace the steps of a local mother missing for more than 72 hours. the district attorney says it's now a criminal case. 33-year-old jess to padgett left her job at the duck duck goose daycare friday afternoon in northampton borough. she went on break but didn't come back. police found her car with the keys and cell phone about a mile away. nbc 10's nefertiti jaquez joins us live from northampton bureau. why are prosecutors calling this a criminal case tonight? >> reporter: jacqueline, the district attorney says at this
time, there is no evidence of foul play. however, they are treating this case as a criminal matter. mainly because she hasn't reached out to anyone. not her husband, not her friends or her parents since she went missing. jessica padgett vanished three days ago. now authorities are treating her disappearance as a criminal investigation. this latest development pains jessica's sister who we spoke to over the phone tonight. >> i just pray that somebody has her and she's okay, she's not hurt. >> reporter: christy davis says in her mind there is no question her older sister was taken against her will. >> yeah, i'm just anxious for wanting to hear any kind of updates and it's hard -- >> reporter: adding to her frustration, christy lives in maryland and cannot fly here because she's nine months pregnant. she feels helpless. >> i feel like i'm not doing enough. i feel like i can do more. >> reporter: earlier today concerned family members and friends scoured areas of
northampton looking for clues. loved ones passed out fliers spreading the news about the disappearance. >> i'm going to do everything i can to find her. >> reporter: jessica left this daycare job at lunchtime to run errands. police found her car at a dollar general parking lot a mile away from the daycare center. the newlywed and mother of three was last seen wearing a black hoodie with the daycare's logo and is the last time anyone has seen jessica padgett. now, tonight the district attorney stresses that all of her family members have been cooperative with police. meantime, investigators tell us that they're using surveillance videos from various businesses to try to figure out what happened to jessica. it's a story we will stay on top of. for now, live in northampton, nbc 10 news. protests continue in the streets of ferguson, missouri, and around the country. you are looking at a live
picture of a building that was set on fire just within the last few minutes in ferguson, missouri. tonight, we will go back live as a grand jury found no probable cause to indict a ferguson police officer. and the type of unrest that is causing in ferguson and all over the country. we're back in 60 seconds.
we continue to watch protests and riots and fires right here live in the streets of ferguson, missouri, tonight after the announcement that officer darren wilson will not be indicted in the shooting death of the unarmed teenager, michael brown. again, these are live pictures from the scene, from the ground. now from the air. this building has gone up in flames. one of the buildings we saw on fire earlier was one of the public storage buildings. don't know right now if that's the same building we're looking at right here. at least one building on fire. protesters have also smashed windows of police cars and they've thrown rocks at
authorities and police using smoke and pepper spray, i should say, to try to disperse crowds. again, as we watch these live pictures, the family of michael brown also issued a statement tonight expressing disappointment. it reads in part, "while we understand that many others share our pain, we ask that you channel your frustration in ways that will make a positive change. we need to work together to fix the system that allowed this to happen," they said. it goes on to read, "let's not just make noise, let's make a difference." we'll continue to stay on top of this story and bring you any late developments as they happen. in other news now, from philadelphia, child could not make it out alive from a fire in the hunting park section of the city. from skyforce 10, see the smoke and flames pouring from the building on west wyoming avenue. we also got this video from a witness at the scene. eight people made it out safely. no word yet on the name of the young boy who firefighters found inside. the cause is still unknown. lying to someone in hopes of
having sex with them is no doubt dishonest. if a south jersey lawmaker gets his way it could be criminal. troy singleton introduced the bill earlier this month. if would create the crime of sexual assault by fraud. if a man or woman lies about who they are, how much money they make, or anything else to get their date to have sex with them, they would then face up to 20 years in jail. tonight, a first alert from the nbc 10 weather team. rain and snow headed our way and it's a classic case of really bad timing. >> the storm is expected to hit the day before thanksgiving. for people staying in town that could make it more difficult to get to the grocery store. nbc 10's keith jones is live at wegman's in cherry hill. you spoke to shoppers who refuse to wait until the last minute to tackle those shopping lists. >> reporter: well, jim and jackie, they're not taking chances. there was a huge rush here today at the wegman's in cherry hill. matter of fact, they're picking up items like this in my cart. a fresh turkey here. at the bottom, this is a big
item today, also tomorrow, produce like carrots, onions, potatoes, celery, the stuffing we all love. if you haven't went out and bought these things, you better not wait. on the move. bagging yams. picking the perfect turkey. buying thanksgiving. for area grocery stores, this is the calm before the nor'easter. >> that's why we came out tonight. >> reporter: armed with her 1-year-old nephew, rita tackled her thanksgiving list early. >> we thought with the weather we're not sure, and we figured tonight is better than tomorrow night. i think everybody will be here tomorrow night. >> deep down i didn't think about it, but i'm going to hope it doesn't happen were. >> reporter: we taught up with jennifer in the turkey aisle preparing a day early in advance of inches of snow. >> i have to do my shopping now. a lot of work will happen between now and wednesday, so everything going home. >> reporter: i talked to store managers. they're fully stocked and don't an this pat shipping shortages but expect it to get busier tomorrow. >> i'm hoping it's not going to
be that bad. >> reporter: he told us he's crossing his fingers avoiding frozen turkeys hoping to avoid inches of snow. >> if it does, i have a truck, four-wheel drive. >> reporter: regardless of the snow on wednesday, wegman's in our area are opening at 6:00 a.m. they're closing at midnight. about a half hour left until this store closes in cherry hill. they're going to close at 4:00 p.m. on thanksgiving. make sure in advance of the snow that's expected on wednesday that you get in here and make the purchases you need before thursday. reporting live at the wegman's in cherry hill, keith jones, nbc 10 news. with the forecast we're about to hear from sheena, that store is going to be crowded tomorrow. ahead of wednesday i'm guessing. >> trying to beat that snowfall. sheena? >> yeah. you know, that's really a good idea. the last thing you want to do wednesday is get stuck on the road somewhere when it starts snowing. that's one thing you want to avoid. we have a first alert weather day out for wednesday. pretty much throughout the day wednesday we'll see heavy rain which in some areas we could see heavy, wet snow. highest amounts of the snow
should be areas north and west, although almost the entire area should be seeing a changeover to snow and then rain moving over to snow even for south jersey and delaware. we could see it along the shore. we have a winter storm watch along the northeast up into the new england area. this shows you the extent of the hazardous conditions we expect. accumulating snow here. this is areas around philadelphia, north and west of that, lehigh valley and the poconos. we expect dangerous travel for wednesday. you don't really want to be on the road s on wednesday. if you have to, travel tuesday night or early thursday morning. the moisture is to our south right now. this will become our developing nor'easter. as we go into wednesday. future weather. we start tomorrow morning. rain is pretty much to our south. tomorrow we stay on the drier side. until wednesday morning, the area of low pressure gets closer early in the morning. temperatures will be warm enough, actually, to be supports rainfall. take a look at how quick the changeover is north and west. we quickly see rain. by the middle of the day wednesday, a good portion of the
area, especially philadelphia, north and west, should start to see the snow accumulating already. even through wednesday night. and take a look, that extends all the way up to maine. if you have travel plans along the northeast wednesday, you might want to rethink those, maybe again late tuesday or early thursday. here's a look at the snow forecast as of now. we could see up to a foot in the poconos. lehigh valley, 5 to 8 inches. northwest, 3 to 5 possibly. as question go into south jersey and delaware, northern delaware, 1 to 3 inches closer to the shore. with the later changeover we could see around an inch of snow falling there. for the timing north and west, 4:00 to 8:00 in the morning is how early we'll see rain changes over to snow. areas north and west, lehigh valley and poconos. 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., heaviest snow accumulating there. through the peak afternoon hours, the snow will be continuing to accumulate. 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. a lot of that snow ending. philadelphia and the i-95 corridor, wednesday 6:00 to 9:00 a.m., mostly rainy and cold. quickly after that we see a changeover to snow with the noon
hour as well. noon to 5:00 p.m., mainly snow accumulating. from 5:00 to 10:00, we see the snow starting to end, although we could see a few snow showers lingering. so, again, wednesday, not a good travel day. for tonight, though, we stay partly cloudy. mild. mid 50s in philadelphia. upper 40s north and west. tomorrow, mix of sun and clouds. we do stay dry tomorrow. not as warm as today. still around 60 degrees. and then wednesday, that is our first alert weather day. that is when we watch that nor'easter moving in. temperatures will be dropping to freezing as the snow moves through. again, the high accumulations north and west of philadelphia. the good news is we do dry out for thanksgiving. so if you have to travel on thanksgiving, looks pretty good. all the way through the weekend. you're looking at live pictures of protests taking place in ferguson, missouri. as the grand jury decided not to indict officer darren wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager michael brown. shots have been fired outside a police station. you can see multiple fires have