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"Saying about the fire that tore through Notre Dame. In Paris, France is still reeling from that fire that nearly destroyed the Notre Dame cathedral in a speech to his people prisoner Macron vowing to rebuild. We must change this catastrophe into unity as her through an interpreter. CBS's Elaine Cobb has more from Paris to say exactly what happened. But the prosecutor's office has opened an investigation for involuntary destruction. They do not believe there was any to liberate attempt to destroy the church. CDS is Teri Okita says rebuilding. We'll take a major effort many years and a lot of money that fund raising has already begun to rebuild to French billionaires have pledged three hundred forty million dollars, the French Heritage Society in New York is appealing to donors and dozens of go fund me crowd sourcing campaigns have started President Trump offered his condolences and US assistance to French. President Macron Jim Chenevey CBS news. It's nine thirty five. The man charged with the murders of three people on a rural bucks county farm in two thousand seventeen wants to keep confession. He gave from ever being played in front of a jury. Haywire w suburb bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports. He was back in court today. Sean crutches. Current defense attorney argues Kratz was misled by prior council when he gave a full confession as part of a proposed guilty plea. Prosecutors in an effort to show Kratz was well aware of what was at stake before we sat down with detectives called his mother to the stand. She testified the day before her son gave the confession. She sat in on a meeting with his lawyers, and she says well several potential sentences were tossed around. There was no specific number crops backed out of a guilty plea with fifty nine to one hundred eighteen years in prison at the last minute. His mother says her son didn't realize fifty nine years was the best. He could get in that agreement until another member of his defense team met with them just days before the police was to be made final the confessions. One of several issues that still need to be ironed out before trial crisis. Cousin and co-defendant. Cosmo. Denardo pleaded guilty last year and to serving four consecutive life sentences into town, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio defense team representing a former Philly cop wants an out of town jury for his upcoming trial. He's charged with third degree murder in the shooting death of a man during a traffic stop in two thousand seventeen more from KYW Steve tower during pretrial, motions attorney, Charles Gibbs argued because of intense media coverage prejudicial to his client. It may be difficult to empanel an impartial jury from the city a private investigator. The defense hired found over one hundred news articles on ex cop Ryan penelas encounter with thirty year old David Jones, he stopped Jones for rod in a dirt bike on Judy out of section street. And while frisking the suspect he felt a gun and Jones waistband, and then there was a struggle assistant DA, Tracy trip argued all of the media coverage. Her office looked at appeared, fair and balanced. A grand jury presentiment found personnel shot Jones twice in the back while he was unarmed and running away defense lawyer Fortunato Perri junior. Argues panel was justified in his actions after Jones pulled a pistol from his waist. The defense suggests picking a jury from elsewhere like Pittsburgh and bringing them to Philadelphia to hear testimony and weigh evidence. Judge Barbara mcdermot told both sides that she would look at the briefs that they file on the matter. But she noted she was reluctant to impose any type of gag order. To hamper news coverage of the trial, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. And researchers at Penn have found a way to freeze out some of the painful side effects of chemotherapy,."