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this is your last chance to get super fast 100meg internet, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. hurry, our best offer ever ends soon. only from fios. >> what you got? this is a great spot for selfie. >> you guys are completely insane, love it. >> we please rise and remove your hats as we honor america and the freedom that will always be ours with the singing of our national anthem. ♪ oh say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light
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>> s ceremony said in military high school honoring law-enforcement, and first responders has sparked controversy and that declared there is an underlying frightening message. it stems from an interview before the event with middletown police a definite bd chief and the asbury park press. i do not reach i did reach out but he was on the unavailable. the event was want to thank the men and women in uniform while also a response to those who followed in this footsteps of colin cap nick and neil during the national anthem. he was quoted saying it is okay to stand up for justice, equality and reform it's another thing to not stand up for the national anthem.
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aclu wrote the district saying that according to press reports, however the event is being used to intimidate and ostracize people who express their views about systematic racism and social just. i spoke with the district superintendent who did not want to going camera but he says they fully support people who exercise their first amendment rights. he says that the event there was a designated area for protesters and a prominent position near the stadium. he wants to be clear that no student chose to protest. >> the idea i took away from this is everybody has their weight right to free speech until the cops stand up for their wounded fellow officer in linden, and beaches beaches to point out that if someone wants to neil for the national anthem
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they have a right to stand up for. this shouldn't be an issue. >> i happen to agree with the aclu. it's not the right of police to say whether they should kneel or stand. people can have their own sense of pride and choose to stand. it is our right to neil if you want to neil during the national anthem. it's disturbing when a police it's disturbing when a police officer who has a right to arrest you if you decide you're doing wrong to say you're not allowed to neil. it's a disturbing message. >> nobody said that. they showed up. >> i'm going to read you a quote. >> i just heard it. >> you tend to forget. >> go ahead. >> the quote is, it is is okay to stand up for social justice, inequality and reform. it is another thing to not stand up for the national anthem. it is not his right to tell students at a school whether they should kneel or stand. >> he said it is another thing. >> that's a criticism of it. >> so cops can criticize. >> it's not the place. >> right now think of people have an opinion anybody should be able to share. we should not pick and choose who is allowed to say what. >> there's a commonplace for things like this. i think prior to a giant game,
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rivalry rivalry game where the kids are pumped up, they should be the focus on what's going on a game that, not protesting, not kneeling for the national anthem and i think this is the wrong time, i don't think the message is wrong but i don't think it -- it's -- thanks ashley. >> high-speed chase. >> check out the video of students getting rowdy and writing on the streets after penn state 24 - 21 win over ohio state. >> they did a great job. [inaudible] i don't know, it was a big win i think think they deserve to let it out a little bit. [applause] >> when a naked trump statue was placed in times square in august
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to get national attention. it was confiscated by the new york city parks and recreation department. i tried to track it down but i couldn't pry couldn't pry it away from the nypd custody. nla a similar naked trump statute just so that action for $22000. that statue had been placed on hollywood boulevard. >> so this was the brentwood a long island hound now living in fear. >> now just seems to be the worst of times because it has just gotten out of control. >> a game that hails from el salvador known as ms 13 has taken over leaving us during of bodies on the street. >> it's crazy to think that you cannot have a certain color on because he could potentially be in danger. >> on friday police arrested 35 members of the gang believed to be responsible for the six
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killings in just one month. but it's far beyond just the last month. they brought them to at least 16 other murders. only now it has reached an all-time high as the victims are not just gang members, they are as young as 15 years old. >> murdering them and then dumping them on the street like that, this was crazy. for them to do something like that it means they have experience of killing people. who does that. >> there referring to the two best friends, both were found dead 50 feet from each other. she was born and raised in this town and now shock for what has become her hometown. >> they are just targeting normal people. last week they targeted someone at 5:00 a.m. in the morning. she was shot. >> aside from the rest they're putting cameras around town to read the license plates on cards. it said to to be the first time an entire community. >> it's an amazing, shocking
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story but it speaks to what people have talked about, the fbi a particular with them saying it's almost like them and underreporting of the gang violence. 80% of the was related to gang activity. the communinities are being affected. >> gang violence is terrifying. you think it's drug-related. they kill someone first street -- that something you cannot even fight. i agree with you, there's something about local law enforcement -- even homeland security or something needs to commit. >> you cannot underestimate, they're internationally known as being one of the fiercest gangs out there. to think that you can solve it quickly with a couple of cameras you have to be kidding me. >> i would've been talked about the next level. you have local police forces that are constrained by small-town budgets and they don't necessarily have the manpower to deal with this. i think it's time to explore the
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national guard and make sure stores can open and kids can get to school. >> it's incredible coming in and seeing all of these cards that you received from so many people, like this girl has the power of everyone behind her. >> less sematech sure she was still at the children's hospital of philadelphia, following a biopsy that reed feel that she had stage iv glioblastoma. a very aggressive form of brain cancer. i talked to gina and she shared one wish and that's prayers. >> what can i do and i always say i just want prayers. have those prayers been loud and powerful. powerful. i have i am happy to report that he is back home and getting stronger. he has one week left
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of radiation and dr. say that progress is amazing and she is exactly where she should be at this point. >> based on how well she's doing the tumor is shrinking. she's she's getting in the chair and bed. at one point we don't how she opened the door. >> they said that their daughters in the best hand but they also know that god is the ultimate healer and his work has been nothing short of amazing. >> he came who and has been credited -- with americo and i'm hoping that's the reason. >> i've a feeling she will. listen to the story. >> phil was not doing well at all. father came in for the first time and talk to her and blessed her. and he blessed me and every day
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she's gotten better. >> it doesn't stop there. it sound turns out phil has the biggest prayer warrior of them all on her side. >> we get something in the mail from the pope. the pope pope sent a letter showing his support and prayers and how incredible is that. just this past weekend over 40 little kids gathered in the backyard to pray the rosary for phil. the stories stories not just about herds bigger,'s people to have faith and pray. so so keep praying. this little girl needs your prayers. >> it's a great story of faith, hope, struggle, and fighting. >> it gives everybody a reason to fight so much right now especially when you talk about assisted suicide. anything that is is an illness is your ultimate doomsday. we used to think that you can beat it tumor.
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this gives faith that there are a higher workings out there and you can get through it. >> take a look at the photo of a state trooper who saves the deer from drowning. he was dispatched when a worker discovered a deer was drowning in a swimming pool. so what did he do to save it? he grabbed the book by its rack and pulled him from the water to safety. the buck eventually recovered and ran off. >> remember the center for great expectations. i took you there last week. it is a residential treatment center in new jersey which helps homeless drug addicted pregnant women. the had a benefit upright in it were spady and myself got to go. we also got to meet the
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president of the new jersey devils, hugh weber and three times daily cup champion can do and a co. they talked about the success and a lot of jersey pride that night. >> coming to more rural areas where people leave their items for sale with a sign in the little moneybox. >> i actually have people take them, come back and then put mone
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>> you say what you do and nobody's watching is one that finds you. as the honor system alive and well in the state of new jersey. i was driving last week and i notice the little farm stands, personal farms with items for sale. some had pumpkins, hay, fire would somehow produce but what they did not have was a person they're selling the, or a camera or anything else. >> i actually have people take them, come back and put money in. we didn't have it on him at the time. >> it's been a tradition of people with personal farms leave their extras out front with items for sale and a moneybox. >> this is $5 for a bill heyer pumpkin leave them on here. a lot of trust going on there.
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>> there's trust that the buyers will leave the correct amount of money and take the correct amount of goods. i wanted to find out if it was true because i've been living here all my life and it would not fly in a lot of areas in our state of jersey. it wasn't hard to find. i saw home with a sign with with firewood for sale. i knocked on the door and tony answered and he was happy to chat. he's been doing it for ten years and asked if he does a for income or service to his neighbors. his kids made a sign out front that said sales work off trust please be honest. >> so he says part of my farm assessment is eger culture and i have to sell so much core would to keep my taxes down. >> it's been pretty good, very good actually. maybe in ten years maybe years maybe three or four stacks have disappeared. so i ran into an interesting man. he's 87 years young and he owns 90 acres in the state of new jersey. it's unbelievable. he's still working hard every day and in front of his selling bales of hay and pumpkins $5
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each. i asked over the years if anything was stolen. >> it may have happened but if they need it worse than i do they can have it. he doesn't check his money every day. look at that. you have money. that's great. >> he said the extra cash helps he and his wife out for things they need. but all of this from the surrounding areas but with the honor farm stands work in your towns. >> i thought the honor system worked in my neighborhood near belmar. as as i drive to work there is one house that always, they have a garden in the back and when they have access they have a rack, they put the vegetables and they say take some and leave some. seem like it was working very
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well at a lot of know where there is nothing on the front lawn. the next day and there's a picket sign that says please bring back my stand. >> that's pretty funny. >> i like your story because i did know there's the side of jersey. i've covered stories around christmas time where there's donation boxes to help people disabilities and the cash get stolen. this this is a beautiful side of new jersey. >> the constituency of one, that was atmosphere that was set. it set. it was set right from the governor's desk. and this is the result. >> brigid and kelly's testimony has real-world consequence for former compatriot at the governor's office. after she spent the second day in the witness stand telling jurors how many people inside the governor's office knew about the link closures before they happen, while there happening, or afterwards. the state senator loretta weinberg was the duo that headed
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up the joint bridge get committee said she is going to start looking through the testimony that these people gave to the committee to see discrepancies there. i said does this mean perjury charges? >> it depends on what we find. people who have appeared before the joint committee were under oath. and sworn to tell the truth. >> who complete talking about? we put together graphic for you based on who brigid and kelly name to during her testimony. remember this statement from governor christie in december 2013. >> i've 13. >> i've made it very clear to everybody on my senior staff that if anybody had knowledge about this they needed to come forward and tell me about it. they have all assured me they don't. >> brigid and kelly said she told the chief of staff what happened and she named the following people who knew by that point, including michael, kristi's press secretary, jean
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nash four, the government herself and christina renner and aid in front of me they also confirmed they have known about this too. so what happens next? loretta says she will take a look into it. the bridgegate committee has not been reformed but it could be. i had to ask her herself, she's been to a lot of these hearings but it doesn't seem like she's having fun. there's tears in her eyes when she talks about the misuse of government. >> it's depressing, it's sad to see what is happened to state government. under this kind of environment. >> brigid and kelly is being cross-examined by the government. that will continue on tuesday. the revelations of the trial will keep spilling out into new jersey for a long time time to come. >> following his next weekend it's time to get people a scare.
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>> we psychologically damaged? going through this?
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played original music off their album, part-time local. they even had trespassers on stage it was fun to go back to an old favorite surf you want to go check out for yourself visit their website. >> jillian, it is hollowing. everybody can appreciate a good scare. >> you stole my opening line. hollowing is next week, it is time to get people a scare. this year i went bigger and went to the island. it takes place in the industrial complex which used to house the mentally unstable and psychologically damaged individuals back in the 1940s.
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>> one of these warehouses was turned into the ultimate fright. i brought a friend along. >> and i'm not going to go through this by myself. we got the ultimate privilege of going first it was also contact night which meant if you were close dick necklace around her and you are fair game for the actors to touch you. for example, just when you thought you were safe and could take a breath somebody would come up behind you and whisper in your ear, or grab your arm.
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>> where you psychologically damaged? going through this? >> we finally escaped. >> we got out in 13 minutes and 25 seconds. >> running and screaming the entire time. >> they were moving pretty quick
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i can see the water we were officially the fastest people we have ever seen so there's only a few nights left so get your tickets. >> i love haunted houses, there's the point that they start touching you that i don't like. >> that was the point that made it so scary. >> nobody -- >> just another day chasing news. thanks for watching. we'll see you tomorrow
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♪ the simpsons today's safety film don't wear jewelry during sports has been cancelled. instead we'll watch a movie that made me fall in love with showing movies i've watched to other people. (kids booing) (exclaiming) that's right, the 1967 classic doctor dolittle, which answers the question: what if an elderly unmarried doctor decided to focus his practice on animals? the running time is 152 minutes! the running time is now! (grunts) (horse neighing) (neighing) (neighing continues) (groans)


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