steve hartman with up-and-coming filmmakers >> i just care about mattie. >> to me he's like a brother. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: today, the f.b.i. unexpectedly reopened its criminal investigation of hillary clinton's private e-mail servers. back in july, the justice department closed that investigation into whether classified information was passed on that unauthorized system while she was secretary of state. the f.b.i. found a few classified e-mails at that time, and it called secretary clinton extremely careless, but the bureau concluded that she had no criminal intent. now today, we have learned that thousands of additional e-mails have been discovered on another electronic device. it is likely to be after the election before we know what, if anything is in them. nancy cordes begins our coverage. >> any reaction to the f.b.i. a >> reporter: the october surprise came in the form of a three-paragraph letter to congress from f.b.i. director james comey who wrote that agents on an unrelated case had learned of the exeftance of e- mails that ap
care about mattie. >> to me he's like a brother. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: this is our western edition. late today, hillary clinton spoke to reporters trying to put out a political fire. the f.b.i., unexpectedly, reopened its criminal investigation of her private email servers. it was back in jat justice department closed that investigation into whether classified information was passed on the unauthorized system while secretary clinton was secretary of state. the f.b.i. found a few classified e-mails at the time, and it called secretary clinton extremely careless, but it concluded that she had no criminal intent. now, today, we have learned of thousands of additional e-mails which have been discovered on a abedin and her now estranged husband disgraced former new york congressman anthony weiner. nancy cordes begins our coverage. >> so we don't know the facts, which is why we are calling on the f.b.i. to release all the information that it has. >> reporter: the october surprise came in the form of a three-paragraph letter to congress from f.b.i.
: if you want to know how it to be a great skateboarder, mattie zufelt is not your man. >> dude, the point is to cruise on the board. >> reporter: sam suchmann won't get you into the x games, either. but if you want to know how to form a perfect friendship, these two young men from rhode island, both with down syndrome, can tell you all you need to know. >> i just care about mattie. mattie is basically everything i wish i was. >> to me, he's like a brother. >> reporter: sam and mattie met about ten years ago. >> i get teary eyed. i don't know why. >> reporter: they were in special olympics together and have been like two peas in a tub ever since. for the past few years one of their favorite activities has been to pretend they're making a movie, a zombie movie, which their families, at first, didn't give a second thought. >> it seemed like another phase, like another phase. >> reporter: sam's brother, jesse, also noticed they wereors doing the same scenes over and over, so he did some prying and that's when he found this notebook where sam had storyboarded an entire feature-m length f
mattie zufelt two years ago-- when all they had was a big idea and a kickstarter-- to make an epic zombie movie. >> it's going to be like between horror and comedy, drama, same kind of thing. >> we have every average, everyday teen drama, like love triangles, or like heartbreaks or betrayals, or people living like... >> or it could be like teenagers' secret life. >> what i do to mattie is, i leave him behind. >> yes. >> and that is not cool. >> no. you can't leave a friend behind. >> reporter: the best friends-- both with down syndrome-- first met at the special olympics in grade school. from his living room in rhode island, sam told us a very personal reason for wanting to make the movie. >> "my whole life, i feel like i never fit in anywhere or had a voice, but some day that will change, i will be somebody. and that day is today." >> reporter: in many ways, sam was right-- their lives were about to change in dramatic ways. their kickstarter raised nearly $70,000. they gathered together family, friends, along with film industry and special effects professionals. it was all happeni
mattie. to me he's like a brother,. >> sam and mattie met about ten years ago. >> they were in special olympics together have been like two peas in a tub ever since. for the past few years one of their favorite activities has been to pretend they're making a movie. a zombie movie which their families at first didn't give a second thought. >> it seemed like another phase like any other phase. >> like a fantasy. >> it kept coming up. >> sam's brother, jessie also noticed they were doing the same scenes over and over. did he some prying. that's when he found notebook where sam had storyboarded an entire feature length film. what were you thinking? >> i can't believe how good this is. i think that was when i realized that they had put so much work and heart into this that it had to happen. >> this was the new york premiere. after raising $0,000 on kickstarter, sam and mattie's movie came to life. or death as the case may be. it's called "spring break zombie massacre. and sam and mattie wrote ever word of the dialogue. >> you're lying now! >> i must warn you it's really gross in par
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