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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"To be at hatch park within less than a minute of each other, John, he owns this house, five miles from the park. Police searched it Wednesday night, carrying out bags of evidence and digging in the backyard making a gruesome discovery where neighbors say he'd recently set a fire charred, material was located which has now been determined to be female human tissue Janis. Online profiles claim he works in IT was a contractor for Goldman Sachs and spent six months in the army national guard. Police are not talking about a motive or exactly how he and the Twenty-three-year-old Luek knew each other investigators now following a digital trail of text messages, social media and dating apps for clues. This is one of the most difficult phone calls I've ever made. As both Greg and his wife, Diana. Were devastated heartbroken by this news and Clayton Sandell joins us live Clayton. Just a horrific discovery. We saw the police chief fair of motion during that press conference. And he revealed at this point, they're not certain the suspect acted alone. That's right, Tom. They police chief said that this investigation is not over. And they want to know if that's us Specht, acted alone or with somebody else's help. He also said the suspect claims, he didn't know MacKenzie Luek, but had several photos of her on his phone. Tom Clayton's dealt with those new developments Clayton. Thank you. We turned to politics now in the shakeup and the democratic race for twenty twenty some big moments and big clashes from that debate early front runner. Joe Biden, taking hits onstage from Senator, Kamala Harris confronting him over civil rights issues less than twenty four hours later. The former vice president fiercely defending his record early will meant him in the race seem to shift. Here's ABC's Mary, Bruce, Joe Biden came to Jesse Jackson's rainbow push coalition. Today looking for a do over before I start I like to say something about the debate we had last night. He's talking about that defining moment from last night's debate Senator Kamala Harris confronting the. Vice president for touting his ability to work with anyone even segregationist senators I do not believe you are a racist. And I agree with you. When you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground, but I also believe and is personal and I was actually very it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and career.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And at least five climbers, dying this week alone, including one American new concerns about too many climbers. Here's ABC's Clinton Sandell tonight. More tragedy at the top of the world in the last forty eight hours. Five more climbers have died in the extremes of Mount Everest Wednesday, Utah climber. Don cash had just finished his quest to climb the highest peaks on all seven continents when he collapsed from high altitude sickness. He died despite CPR in a desperate effort to move him to a lower altitude and sad to think that, you know, we won't be able to see him again, Everest one of the hardest places on our to reach is ironically, one of the most crowded climbers are forced to wait for narrow windows of good weather, when it clears there locked in a rush hour like traffic jam longer. Waits mean climbers are spending more time in the so-called death zone above Twenty-eight thousand feet where the lack of oxygen can be lethal. Caches family says tonight they are focusing on. How happy he must have been to finally reached the top of Everest as his last memory. Tom Clayton Sandell for us Clayton. Thank you index, and we start with disgraced movie mogul, Harvey Weinstein's forty four million dollars settlement Weinstein settling lawsuits from dozens of women accusing him of sexual misconduct. At least one alleged victim rejecting the offer the money would come from his former studios insurance company, not from Weinstein. The deal still needs to be finalized, Weinstein still faces sex assault charges here in New York. He has pleaded not guilty and celebrity chef Mario batali in court in Boston today, but tally, looking visibly different pleading not guilty to indecent assault and battery, he's accused of groping a woman at a restaurant in 2017 batali facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct to the air, and new troubles for Boeing's grounded fleet of max jets United Airlines extending.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Live with little story of each of them. We built a nice little anthology over the years of doing this this week. The book is called wild Bill. The true story of the American frontiers. First gunfighter. Tom Clayton is the author book just came out last week. Is that right, Tom? It just came out in February. Yes. Wow. Congratulations. Yeah. Because. Well, this is this a person we should emulate or should we or does he have characteristics that we should be doing? Well, I think so because you know, one of the pleasant discoveries working on this book is that, you know, while Bill Hitchcock model people will say, okay, he's a gunfighter and he probably killed people. And and maybe a hired gun. He may have been an outlawed at some of the things I have wild Bill hickok, but the true stories that he's somebody who really live with a code of honor. He he was a fierce abolitionist anti-slavery person. He was very much. He took on bullies bullied heated unfair fights, he hit injustice, and he did have participated in gun gun fights. But it was only when there was absolutely no resort. And somebody challenged him would let him just slide. So he he really tried to treat people as he wanted to be treated. And I think that's something that emulate we could jump on on each of those. But can we go back to the beginning? Can you give us a quick little? Bio of wild Bill will abilities, actually, born James Butler, Hitchcock in Illinois in eighteen thirty seven and he his father operated, a farm, and Illinois that was a station on the underground railroad. So when he was when he was a kid his family actually was would load up runaway escaped slaves and their wagon and that takes them during the night to the next stop on the underground railroad. So he grew up with with that kind of family environment during the civil war. He joined the union army, but became a spy, and I spent a couple of years behind enemy lines in confederate uniforms and spy getting the information secretly back to the union lines that would have an impact on the subsequent battle because you know, the union army would know what the confederate on was about to do. Thanks to their spy on the other side. He was a plane's, man. He was an army scout after the war. He did become was known as a gunfighter. But at the same time, he also wore bad. She was the Marshall of of Abilene Kansas, for example, and cleaned. Up that town. So he he picked he packed a lot of lives at the end to one relatively brief life. What were the reasons for his dad's or mom's I suppose his parents abolitionist views at that time. Well, they were originally from New England the Hickox when they emigrated over from England Ireland. They became farmers in Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and a couple of decades before the civil war, you know, most of your abolitionist fervor was in was in New England. So the Hickox father was the very first one to break away from the family and decide to head west and establish a farming, Illinois. He brought with him along with their possessions. He brought with him that that abolitionist fever very much anti-slavery and his his sons including Jimmy grew up feeling the same way. What did that you mentioned there like smuggling slaves inside of what did that whole process? Teach Bill when he was a boy that he brought with him. Well. I taught him two things one was that he just to have caring and compassion for those who have been brutalized, you know, people who have who who need do need help. He was always on the side of people needed help it taught him, or at least he came to believe was that the bullet hadn't been made that would kill him because I'll brief explanation for that. Is what his father used to do as he put the slaves in the back of a wagon throw some hay on them or blanket. And you always get a couple of his sons to sit up front with him to make it look at. It was kind of innocent thing they were doing is know strolling along lane. Well, every so often about hunter or a law man would realize what was going on and give chase. And there would be bullets flying all around. None of them would hit hit the Hickox. He would later in his life. He did say that to somebody who said they asked him. How come you could be cool and calm in the middle of a gunfight? He said the bullet hasn't been made that could kill me. I'm sure you've thought about that too. And he was spying other competitors. Did he have a deep reason for that as well? Or was that just because he lived in the north on the union side. Well, he joined a union side because of his anti-slavery feelings, but initially saw his first battles. He was as a scout as a guide as a messenger a sharpshooter with the union army, but his superiors notice this the guy who really is cool and calm under pressure. And let's give them a try. And so he went behind enemy lines. And he always kept emerging and coming back with good intelligence information. There were a couple of ties is one time in the book. I talk about he was discovered, and he was placed into a shack that he was going to be executed in the morning. He managed to escape and make his way back to union lines by think it was that that fearlessness that common to pressure him to disguise himself as other people that made him a very good Spicer's literally wearing a confederate uniform during these. Yes. Yeah. There's even one time when. He was he he managed to wangle himself a job as a staff assistant to the general commanding the confederate army. So he's actually sitting there next to the general where they're discussing this strategy in the next couple of days that ninety slipped out and made his way to union lines. And gave it all away. How long did it take for him to get that position? Like, how long did you have to gain the trust of the confederates? You know, he came up with these schemes that make things pretty easy. He actually joined one unit of the confederate army pretending to be the brother of he found a found grave of a confederate soldier who had died. So he showed up a few days later with this unit because they put out seven th regiment or something like that saying, I'm Joe's brother from Alabama. And they said, oh, you're one of us was so good to see you. Your brother was a fine guy. Come on come on. Leo, join us. So he he was very bright guy. And he would come up with these schemes obviously was successful because he was still still on the side of the growl and the civil war ended. So this is already we haven't even gotten to the characteristics. I didn't know anything really about wild Bill, but the nickname and with the gunslinger and stuff I thought he was a bad, dude. Right. And I'm getting no, no he was not. I mean, I'm not saying that he never fired his pistol. But he always it was always like I said last resort. He he wanted to avoid confrontations. And the reason why sometimes he was able to avoid confrontations is if he was slow to anger, but when he gonna angry got had this look on his face, these steely blue eyes and people who were trying to confronted with see that. And they would they would think to themselves light bulb. Go off and say this is a dangerous, man. This is not gonna come out. Well for me. They would just turn and walk away or. Oh, sorry Bill. I was mistaken. So every so often he was a confrontation. But it was as a last resort. He he really, you know, he wasn't like John Wesley hard was an outlaw. And he's a character in the book. His motto was I never killed a man who didn't need killing. Yeah. That's kind of an extreme view to justify yourself. Haycock didn't have that. He really really did not like to shoot people. But sometimes there's a law man, especially he had no choice. Well, you've touched on a few already. But should we just maybe your first official characteristic of of wild Bill honesty. He was very honest, man. He didn't want to miss this leave people she later in his life. He started to repeat some of the tall tales. That was being spoken about him. I think probably because he probably could no longer separate fact from fiction anymore. You know, there's a John Ford movie. The man who shot. Liberty Valance is a great Lyons says when legend becomes the fact print the legend, I think later in his life. He was living bore the legend than the fact, but but for up until that point he honesty was definitely characteristic of his what's what was that. What was the legend? Did you ever example of maybe there was one example story where here's what actually happened? But here's the story told well again going back to when I was a civil war spy, there's at least five different lease five different stories of him being discovered a companion of his jumping on their horses racing across this river to get to the union lines and escape and its companion. You know gets gets gets shot, and he can believe that story one time, but it was five times. In fact, my research, and I found out that that one of his dead companions found out. He had died by reading the story that is big. The second characteristic of wild Bill. I think the second characteristic was compassion. He started when he grew up in a household and helps his father gets slaves to escape, but he was always help trying to help people. He didn't like unfair fight isn't like injustice. He he really likes people and people mostly liked him as long as you weren't trying to do anything dangerous. They they let me lay like people, and they they liked him. You know, there's a story in the book about he's he's passing by a saloon. There's a commotion inside. He finds out that the bartender had expressed some sympathy for the southern cause in the civil war and six guys jumped him to beat him up. The teaching the hair of his ways Bill went in there with his fists flying to help the bartender. Now, this is a guy who was anti-slavery. But he he had he said there's no way that this poor guy should be getting beaten up by six bully. So he came in on the side of the of the poor bartender story is that. After the war that was actually right at the beginning of the war when it was even more dangerous to take the side of a southerner. Wow. That's that is a wonderful sorry in our in our free slack of free speech country that we're moving towards that's that's a great story. It is characteristic of wild Bill. I think a sense of humor wild Bill was a funny guy. He loved telling stories it was a really good storyteller. And at people like being around him in the saloons are sitting around the campfire. He he had a good storytelling ability. He liked to laugh other people tell stories he liked to laugh one of his favorite stories that he would always, you know, catch people on with. He'll be talking about being chased by Indians. He get some Roxy steak is way between the rocks. Indies? We've come through with them until he ran out of bullets. They come to try and fight them off with his knife. And then he would pause, and then they'd say, well, what happened Bill and Bill would say, well, they killed me boys. And it'll be. But we start laughing because he he liked it. He liked to play the joke on people practical jokes verbal jokes. He was a funny guy. How would he have defined injustice? And are you give a good story there? But do you have any near the definition of injustice in his eyes? Well, I think he felt injustice was when whether in a court system, whether it was just two people where it was a group of people that somebody didn't get a fair shake. And and and so he that sometimes happen that, you know, a lot of times we see the movie westerns the guys out for revenge because the the court was crooked or corrupt, and they let the guy off we should or something like that that happened. You know, he was a law man in hey city in an Abilene other places, you know, it was a rough and tumble Justice system back then so for him. Injustice was when somebody was not treated fairly by by the court or by by community. And he he almost always took the side of the person who got the short end of the stick diva quote to wrap us up with Tom. I wanted to read something very very quickly. He was friends with George Armstrong Custer, and when he finished scouted for the seventy Calvary while Bill did. And when he first met libbie Custer, George Custer's wife, she fell in love with him. And I'm just gonna read a couple of quick censor what she wrote down tall lice and free and every motion. He wrote walkers if every muscle was perfection, and the careless swing of his body as he moved seem perfectly in keeping with the man the country the time in which Stevens lived, I do not recall anything finer the way of physical perfection than wild Bill. When producer Eric wrote that to me, I thought you wrote that. Eric. Some help. I understand at least you did that right there description until after. That's probably right there. That's awesome. Hey, tom. Thanks for coming on tells us about wild Bill. My perception has changed. I look forward to read the whole book..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Emergency custody. Hearing was scheduled shortly after frac- was arrested for barris murder. He'll be back in court on those charges Monday, Tom Clayton. Thank you news tonight in the sex assault case against Kevin Spacey. ABC news of -taining audio of his lawyer in court taking aim at Spacey's then eighteen year old accuser Spacey. Breaking his silence this week with a bizarre video portraying his character on the TV show house of cards a warning some of the language is graphic and sneck story. Here's ABC's chief national correspondent MAC upman tonight. We learned that days before Kevin Spacey ended his year of silence with this cryptic video, and my confidence grows each day that soon enough, you will know the full troop. He's attorneys argued in a Massachusetts court that there wasn't enough evidence for the former house of cards star to be charged with indecent assault on an eighteen year old man ABC news has obtained a recording of that hearing Spacey's attorney, Alan Jackson. Questioning the officer who took the testimony of the accuser who claims that Spacey groped him in a bar in two thousand sixteen. Encountering you reach as readily long time to have a strange dance hands. I would have the attorney questioning why the accuser didn't walk away. And instead was texting and even snap chatted video of the alleged incident. Shows is a person's hand made contact with shirts crack, yes, not any cruelty firearms. The defense attorney pointing out that the accuser told Spacey he was twenty three when he says Spacey bought him multiple drinks about Tom that accuser did not immediately report the alleged incident. But according to that police report, he did tell family and friends right away. Now Spacey denies the allegations. But if convicted he faces up to five years in prison, Tom Mack up with those new developments, and I met thank you. We turn onto the death of a second child in US custody along the Mexican border. The mother of eight-year-old Philippa Alonzo Gomez from Wata Malla, urging authorities to return his body after he died of an apparent illness on Christmas Eve facing heavy backlash. Homeland security secretary Cureton Nielsen traveling to the border tomorrow DHS now, promising more thorough medical screens for all migrant. Held by the US, and there is still much more head on world news tonight this Thursday. The chaotic confrontation a New York City police officer fending off several attackers inside the subway. One of them falling onto the tracks. What that officer said today about ending the standoff, plus the tragedy at a major tourist destination of thorns investigating after a teen. False seven hundred feet to her death at a famous overlook and the dangerous Malcolm can take a look at this drivers with no warning as a train blows through. How did this happen? Stay with us. So you just woke up your phone is lighting up with headlines and push notifications. And a text from your mom saying, how do I click this? Okay. Maybe that's just me. But if you wanna get up to speed, check out the new podcast from ABC news start here. Literally the ground was shaking. I'm Brad milkey. And every morning, we're going to take you to the stories that matter with fast, fresh, insight, low, Robert Muller. Michael Cohen calling all in twenty minutes start here. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Was censored to a local hospital, but unfortunately, succumb to his injuries from from the incident as my understanding dog was not injured police now searching for this suspect. They believe may be driving. This gray dodge pickup sing was an immigrant from Fiji married with a young son a seven year department veteran, it definitely makes a toll impact on buddies is is you know, die doing his job. So far this year. Fifty two officers have died in gun related incidents. A thirteen percent jump over twenty seventeen. Investigators say they do not know the suspect's name. But they do know he is armed and extremely dangerous. They're hoping someone recognizes him and calls police, Tom Clayton, standout with that urgent manhunt. Tonight clayton. Thank you. We head overseas now to Russia where President Vladimir Putin is celebrating tonight. After overseeing what he's calling a successful test of a new. Hypersonic missile declaring it impossible to intercept American military experts say travels at mach five and that the US currently has no defense against it who didn't telling Russia's top brass. The launch is quote, an excellent New Year's gift to his nation next to that deadly NAMI, the search for survivors intensifying as time runs out for those caught in the destruction from that massive wave and the urgent police from thirties tonight about what might come next ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian panel in this zone. Taking us inside the moment of impact. Tonight, the final hours to find any less survivors of the massive sue NAMI that swept through here, but four days since the waves crashed ashore, there are unlikely to be many left alive and today the government won't people not to come back because they could be another sue NAMI. This was the moments. Visit NAMI struck washing oversee from Cosette. It was triggered by a landslide from volcano this being erupting every day since June this year, wet came told me there with three separate ways. The last one was a fifteen foot high monster Cousteau's me the rice fields where he his child and his wife ran for their lives. Moving full hundred were killed and tonight sixteen thousand people are now without a place to call home, Tom despite the warnings to stay away many residents still returning to this dangerous area. And that's because they have nowhere else to go to or they on their livelihood from the say and willing to brave those risks, Tom, Ian, thank you. And they're still much more world news tonight this Wednesday the deadly plane crash in the heartland going down slamming into several homes back yard, debris, stretching for blocks. And what I witnesses say they saw fos we're learning more in the case against Kevin Spacey, the sexual assault charges. He's facing and video saved on social media that could now. Now become evidence and that high school wrestler forced to either cut his hair or forfeit the match that moment and with the school board just said about that referee. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What you need to know..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tom. All right. Rob Marciano for us tonight. Rob thank you. We do move on now to a major development in the case of that missing. Colorado mother last year on Thanksgiving Day, her fiance who was the father of her child was the last two year. Investigators searching his ranch over the weekend and this morning, take a look they arrested him in connection with her murder. ABC's Clayton Sandell was there he witnessed that arrest and has the exclusive video you see him. He's in cuffs four weeks after his fiancee. Vanished. The clock ran out today for Patrick phrasing. Police in FBI agents swarming is home early this morning coming face to face with Frasier and his mother as they tried to leave arresting him at gunpoint and ordered him out of the car put him into handcuffs. And he is now in custody. Phrasing who had day earlier refused to speak to us. Why are you smoking out about Kelsey Patrick now under arrest for allegedly murdering Kelsey Barrett? The twenty nine year old mother of his child last seen Thanksgiving Day. Sadly, who do not believe Kelsey you still alive? Police also charging phrasing with solicitation hinting. He did not act alone. It is a crime to solicit somebody to commit other climate. Is it fair to say then that Patrick had somebody working with them again? We'll be filing formal charges. Investigators believe Gareth was killed in her town home, they returned again overnight carrying out bags of evidence three days after she vanished. Her cell phone was detected in Idaho, seven hundred miles away. Her phone did end up in Idaho. And we working to try to recover that phrasing was in court this afternoon. He's now being represented by a public defender who did not return our calls as for the couple's one year old daughter officials say she is safe and with Kelsey family tonight. Tom Clayton Sandell with that exclusive. Video tonight Clayton. Thank you next to a store that's getting tension from all over the country tonight, a referee at a high school wrestling match in New Jersey told the wrestler he had cut his dreadlocks or forfeit the match. So with the clock ticking that wrestler, a teenager chose to let the team trainer cut his hair that video is now sparking outrage and questions about that decision. Here's ABC's Linsey Davis disgust tonight over this video now, circulating the internet of this moment of humiliation. Jersey high school wrestler. Andrew Johnson having his dreadlocks cut by a trainer before match. He was forced to have his haircut by a referee in order to compete or forfeit the match. It's standard for wrestlers with long hair to have the option to cover their heads. But the referee. Alan Moloney would not allow his hairs always been like that. So for them to now bring it up is out of line. The Boyne of superintendent of schools releasing this statement today, the referee will no longer be permitted to officiate any contests that include any Wayne a regional school district student athletes. Johnson's win propelling his team to victory. But with a split lip and reluctant rays of his hand, he walks off the mat looking as if he just been defeated demands are growing Maloney to be fired or punish. Neither Maloney, nor Johnson responded to our requests for comment. Tom lives. Davis.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"He couldn't believe what was happening. He frankly didn't know what to do ABC could not reach guessing or for comment state record show that she's had her teaching credential suspended twice in the past though. The reasons why are not clear if she's convicted she could face three and a half years in jail, Tom Clayton. Thank you time. Now for index and the urgent manhunt in Madison County, Mississippi an inmate on the loose for more than twenty four hours. Timothy Clinton Mountie jumping into a prison van the motor running as he was being brought back from court driving off in handcuffs strapped with shackles ramming a police car and getting away residents on edge tonight as he remains at large officials say there was a firearm in that van he took and that he's armed and dangerous. Better the high speed chase through south Oklahoma City. Take a look at this that driver barely down the road going more than one hundred miles per hour. Police closing in behind her their pit maneuver sending that sedan spinning through the air and slamming into a telephone pole. The driver had at least two outstanding felony warrants and was taken into custody in Minnesota to grinches caught on camera stealing the seasons. Goodwill thieves outside grocery store, using bull cutters swipe the Salvation Army red kettle running off with those donations. Police say they don't know how much they got away with they could be facing felony charges and some nice holiday news out of south Florida. An emotional reunion for one military, dad and his son in Miami Beach this army ranger surprising. His boy at school after six months being deployed that look on his face disbelief. Very his head in his father father's arms that heartwarming hug making up for so long apart. Finally tonight America, strong, a special kind of Santa showing up for the ones that need him. The most. Reindeer for low riders and Santa's outfit for Zoot suit and fedora. And you have the legend of punch, though clause started thank Nadine wanted to children. If you convert in the night before Christmas, but after that play Richard Ray is started hearing stories of kids in his community who were to said to be happy about Christmas. My community started believing. I was real punch applause and telling me these. Sad stories about families in need. So raise decided to turn fiction into reality. Making sure kids who need in Christmas. The most had something to celebrate to some of them in my be the difference between getting president Christmas. And not recently punch woke laws who's been helping children for nearly forty years. Hit some setbacks he says, he suffered two heart attacks and that corporate donations fizzled after hurricane Harvey. Thank you for that. But he's not letting that slowing down. He set up a gofundme page and making a public appeal really defending people bring for two WR efforts. Bucks to give her occasion to see what happened to gray sky. So spread the word the legend of Pancho clause is real he'll tell you himself. Warmed up and say tonight smiling. Have one. All right punch clause. Thanks so much for watching. I'm Tom yomas in your GM and this week in the morning. I'll see you right back here. Tomorrow night have a good evening. Good night. These days news comes out of Washington so fast. It can be hard to keep up. I just don't think this is going to play out the way everybody thinks it's going to play out. We're getting Giancarlo prediction. I mean, look we need special for this. I'm ABC news political director Rick Klein, join me along with ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Every week as we break down the facts and turn to Washington insiders with tough questions on the powerhouse politics podcasts. Are you going to talk to moan I'm looking forward to listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app?.

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04:32 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on 20/20

"He didn't even give me money up front. I mean, he was going to do this on the promise from top Clayton, and he'd be paid ten thousand dollars in a transcript of his confession viewed with deals. Details of the plan saying he wanted to go to the house kill Kelly. Then light the house on fire. He said the kids would be at her sister's house there was also gas in the garage. He wanted the cars to burn also. So that he could collect insurance money when asked why veered said I needed the money. He was supposed to set the house on fire. Why didn't he do that? I think the the self was more brutal than hidden -ticipant did. And he said in his words, he got scared stunningly, it appears to police that Clayton had a secret plan. He didn't reveal to beard. He was going. Set the house on fire with Kelly and the children the house. This was a cold blooded attempt to remove your own wife and children from the earth. Degrees to show police where he got rid of the murder weapon is driving to twenty five south as he's driving rolls down the window and throws it out the driver's window. Daybreak search teams combed through this wooded area, eventually finding this what appears to be a yellow stick. It's actually the handle of a sledge hammer was a piece in the house that matched them all handle. It was found the side of the road here. So you knew that was your murder weapon. Correct. That was found. It seems Michael beard left. A lot of breadcrumbs around town. Police are also able to locate keys to the Clayton home tossed into this creek, and they recover Michael beards closed from the night of the murder dumped in this land. Letty close. Her. It was her blowing beard was arrested for murder and now the focus shifted from Thomas Clayton doing the crime himself. Now, it became a murder for hire. Veered confesses to the murder tells them where the murder weapon is tells them where the bloody closer buried but adds the critical detail the reason he did it was because Tom Clayton offered him ten thousand dollars to kill his life. It was shocking to hear that there's another person involved in the murder of Kelly Clayton. We weren't expecting it at all. So your sister has been brutally murdered in. Now. You're brother-in-law is being charged. How did you even begin to fathom this? You can't. So this person who you stood up for to marry your sister is now you find out a monster a sociopath. The fact that he planned and calculated this entire plot to have my sister killed made it a hundred times worse. There's a new color taking center stage in Kelly Clayton's hometown, purple ribbons. Now dotting the community pointed reminder of the young woman's murder over been represents domestic violence awareness. So the more and more we saw that around town, the more and more. We thought that this was a case of domestic violence. They will see purple ribbons and the sow purple purple for mama everywhere For for my mom, my mom. but no ribbon more prominent than this one on the arena. Marquee Thomas, Clayton's former hockey team only one man in town seems upset at the outpouring of support. Thomas Clayton now out on bail calls me. He did not mention losing his wife and the situation with his children. What he mentioned to me was that jail sucks. And how can we put that ribbon up on our building? At no point. Then he seemed like a grieving husband -specially since he continues his now all too familiar trips to area casinos. That's where he's the entire time us out. I'm bales going from Sinoe to casino. And who does he run into his former poker friends? Greg unlucky Miller leaves like screaming at lucky. Attend around us like arms out. What did you do unlike high? He's like lucky. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. He goes, I didn't do it..

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05:19 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on 20/20

"There's blood all over. It's a grisly scene. Deputy dean swan is the first to arrive on wall. Wall into the wall when it comes to Taliban ranks number one for me. There's pitchers had been knocked off the walls appeared it started in the bedroom came a hallway down the stairs. And enters where the victim was kitchen. I believe it was an extreme struggle. She fought to end we're going to need all investigators. I'm awaiting backup. He's got a hunch. This was no robbery wanna make sure is no portion on three anywhere else. I didn't see any juicy any. I didn't see anyone in there. No primaries at all on the door door was in pristine condition. There was no robber. Everything was in place. It was a typical home in all there was nothing out of place. There's nothing rummaged through even in the office. All the stuff typical desk with paperwork on nothing thrown on floor drawers open and gone through on the floor. Nothing like that. There's nothing. The deputies gut instinct tells him this is a domestic incident going bad. I'm wondering he had. Faced by that. But bone then put your kitchen interface our face it beat it. But. That was the only one that could be a suspect. I felt he's lying to us. I was not buying historian. All he quickly begins questioning the Clayton's neighbor. Dare call. Maybe you don't know of any trouble between anybody here and the her or somebody else in them or anything. Really? No, okay. Nor domestic you know of it and passed that. He was really upset all my guide. He was all in driveway. But Derek it's gruesome. Did he have any that you saw when you push them over that changes close when you hear what they here. Yeah. No, no, okay. Oh me doesn't know it yet. But deputy swan is taking a hard look at his neighbor. Tom Clayton fidgeting anxious and muttering after the discovery of his wife's body Kirker. Well, sit down come on over here down shaping. Well, that's one plan. No, you wanna sit down sit down. Okay. Keep doing getting up. Okay. More here in my white. Okay. Clayton has also called his sister-in-law Kim to break the news. My phone rang at twelve forty nine Kim, Ken Kelly's debt what? Kelly's dead, then I just remember pacing back and forth pacing like what I just couldn't make sense of it. And I remember getting close on. And I remember it was raining, and it was cold. Sue relatives? And friends are all it to the tragedy. I get up to our straight on a road. And I don't see any. It's pitch. Black hunter black lights over hill. Still black over another hill. And it's lit up. Christmas. This tons of lights family common here. They're gonna have to stop them. I remember hearing Kim screaming. I remember running to the ambulance expecting to find them working on my sister. And I'm like my sister and their wish my sister. My sister. Was Tom distraught. When you saw him what did what how did he appear? All. I remember is that his head was down in his hands. I couldn't hear him. I also couldn't get near him. That's because Thomas gluten the ones minor league hockey player who was used to instigate fights on the ice is no headed to a different kind of penalty box a police interrogation room. Something that I'll never forget. I'm backing out the driveway trying to avoid all the vehicles Platon just kind of out of the blue says will you'll know where I was because my truck has GPS which obviously kind of threw a flag. I didn't ask you were this yet. But he made sure he threw that out there statement declaring I did not hurt or kill killing then request. An attorney says investigator Brian ZIM co was he wondering who could do this? Why somebody would do this? No, he wasn't. That was another thing that struck me. As is that he wasn't really concerned. He couldn't mention not one suspect or possible suspect of who might want to harm his wife or his family, not one person. He could think of it would want to do harm to them. Leaned mile into all out investigation is underway. You can see a very heavy list. Was there earlier in the day? The lease on the hunt for clues tire trains footprints anything that might lead to the killer in new someone had went out the back of the house towards the pine..

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03:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on 20/20

"To rally around on those winner Friday nights and Saturday night's suddenly had four thousand people kinda going downtown. A lot of them maybe grab a drink afterwards forward. Tom clayton. Does how to get under his opponent? One of the big stars. Number eighteen Thomas cleaton looking to take his game to the next level at one of their top guys off the for two minutes. Five minutes sale. It's it's the job done. Tom was jiffy aggressive. His job was to go out there and instigate trouble. He would slash other players. He would just try to get them agitated to the point where they would draw penalty. He was an instigator on the ice behind the play looking at start fights. He is wrapping up with a rival player. Platon coming back at him. You want to fight some of this lake when you're kidding. You get so mad. You just wanna fight, you know, animated and intimidating Clayton helps to keep things in perspective. The hockey sensation would soon meet his match in Kelly stage. Kelly was definitely outgoing spontaneous. She cared about. Everybody fashionable crazy at times loyals acid. Definitely sassy didn't put up with anything local girl, she spotted Tom from the stances sister Kim bourgeois at a game is when she first saw Thomas Clinton. She thought he was cute and she went out that night to a bar after the game with her best friend, Andy he was sitting at the bar, and I asked him do you have a girlfriend, and he said were you asking for? Not me. He said the blonde. She's unbelievable where they smitten with each other. Yes, very very he was known as a bad boy, he would have a harem of girls following him. What was it about him that attracted such attention? Tom was very good looking. He was smoothed try to make you feel like you're the most beautiful girl in the room, the relationship grow serious quickly and they marry in two thousand six the following year. Tom's hockey career crashes when he injures his leg he was looking to really try to put that behind a move on start a family in the area. I with baby girl, Charlie. We're gonna get. And three years later, son. Colin follows. Were they happy. She was very happy. As far as I knew he was happy to she loved him. I know that my sister truly truly loved him and Kelly as a mom she having a great time as young mom. She was a great mom very involved in both of their lives. Tom's a successful businessman owning rental properties and heading up local serve. Pro franchise. The clean up in homes and businesses after fires floods fairly high ranking operation manager doing well financially as a family, and they started doing extremely well during that time we'd like to show you how much money he had. He was absolutely obsessed with money gambling. They had purchased a home that Kelly absolutely loved. She was so excited. Life appeared to be wonderful for Kelly, Tom, Charlie and Cullen. That is until one autumn night after a game of poker, Tom Clayton. Find something sinister as happened in his home. I don't on helping. Three. On the line with me down. At home you need to count down..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Say multiple people have died and many are injured. You can see large chunks of both vehicles. Littering the highway. Greyhound says the bus was heading from Albuquerque to Phoenix with forty seven passengers on board. ABC's Clayton Sandell leads us off tonight, a horrific accident triggering a desperate race against time on a New Mexico highway to save the injured officials. Fear multiple fatalities after a greyhound bus with forty, seven passengers on board and a tractor trailer appear to have collided along interstate forty the front of that bus completely sheared off parts of it in pieces next to it, the tractor trailer also torn apart. It's cab ups. Side down a former volunteer firefighter driving past the scene and ahead of first responders jumping into action. I saw people laying on the ground and so how crushed the bus wise and then I saw the tractor laying upside down. So the tractor trailer driver sitting on the shoulder and just so a lot of chaos and devastation. Rescue workers using ladders to get inside the bus looking for any injured passengers, some rushed to nearby hospitals. The bus was on its way from Albuquerque to Phoenix the interstate shutdown causing massive delays. Traffic backed up. As far as the I can see debris from the collision strewn everywhere right now, Tom, it is unclear what caused this crash, but greyhound says they are cooperating with local authorities, Tom Clayton send with those devastating images tonight. A right Clayton. Thank you also developing tonight, the explosion and the desperate rescue effort and Chicago workers Trump by suspected methane blast. At a water plant at least ten people hurt firefighters, climbing through debris searching for victims, buried deep when the roof collapsed on top of them ABC's Alex Perez is at the scene tonight just before eleven AM and explosion reported at this water purification plant in Chicago, a huge portion of the roof. Collapsing, ten employees buried in the rubble. We got it total. Here we have multiple veterans draft. The collapse authorities suspect a triggered by a buildup of methane gas, a massive response from emergency teams working to free those inside their area right now. Factor structure teams, quickly able to rescue eight, employee's twenty minutes after arriving crews. Rescue another employee on a stretcher. He's rushed to medics, but one man remains trapped. His leg fractured dangerously pinned underneath all of that heavy debris, unable to move to concrete building concrete walls, concrete roof concrete. I beams on of the gentleman that was pinned severely was trapped by the concrete trust, straight down and kick some seventy firefighters and rescuers working to burrow through the concrete on their hands and knees others with their ears, pressed against the rubble until finally, they are able to reach the remaining employees. We come in about forty feet six feet below the collapse. We use the equipment that we have. We had removed concrete cups with concrete. We sent to paramedics down at one point first responders fearing. They may have to amputate his leg, but after too stressful hours that man finally brought out alive. We see him there on the stretcher. Alex press joins us now live outside that plant, Alex. You just mentioned at one point. Paramedics had a very tough decision to make with one of those trap workers, but they were able to pull off that remarkable rescue. Tom, that trying to thirties initially thought they would have to amputate that employees leg. But luckily that was not the case. They were actually able to get medics inside that space where he was trapped, got him an IV able to prevent him from going into shock, Tom, Alex, Perez reporting live from Chicago tonight, Alex, thank you. We turn onto the tributes tune American patriot the nation, honoring the late Senator, John.

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04:45 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The cargo plane missing the runway touching the grass, coming within reach of several passenger jets. Here's ABC's Clayton Sandell. This is what a split second from disaster looks like. A China Air cargo, seven, forty, seven landing in Chicago, but the plane misses the runway briefly touching down on the grass, the pilot quickly, pulling the jumbo jet back up. Taiwan, and we all calling all wrong due to lots of eighties TV on the runway. This tower. Cam video. I uncovered by ABC's Chicago station. WLS picture show the planes tire tracks in the muddy grass, but the June incident could have been much worse. This radar tracked shows the cargo plane, veering close to a taxiway occupied by five passenger planes. The severity of what could happen is catastrophic. Uh, Chicago police report says the pilot was sober. During the landing the pilot realized he was off the centerline of the runway forcing him to abort the landing China. Air cargo has not responded to any request for comment. The NTSB is investigating Tom Clayton's handout with that close call tonight, Clayton. Thank you Tom now for index in a road rage brawl in New York City cabdriver Elissa mallet seen in the white shirt charged with assault tonight flooding a couple in another car. Allegedly punchy of woman in the face forty, say Malik, got back into her cat and repeal. Rand, their car. A young girl and baby were inside. They were not hurt. Police are now reviewing this video and at ten standoff in Beller takes us take a look, a gunman barricaded inside a house holding swat at bay for almost four hours. Neighbors told the stay inside police say it began with a traffic stop at a gas station. The suspect firing at police rolling into a home officers, helping people escape to safety, the gunman arrested. No one was hurt and the concert scare in Noblesville, Indiana security abruptly, pulling the plug on a rascal Flatts performance. The ban rushing off the stage concert promoter live nation says there was a safety concern. Thousands of fans told to leave the venue reportedly because of a bomb threat and law enforcement is now investigating and get the MARTINI ready in new JAMES BOND may be ready to suit up. A new report suggests actor eaters Elba may be next in line to play the iconic super spy. The producers saying she is open to diversifying the role Daniel Craig currently playing. Double o seven about to star in his fifth, JAMES BOND movie. We look forward to it all. Finally tonight hidden America, Diane Sawyer, special report following young lives in Camden, New Jersey for more than a decade. And with your help battling the odds overcoming setbacks and always holding on to hope. Corrine council a brand new high school graduate beams, and this was that graduate more than a decade ago telling us what he feared about making it today. What do you worry about growing up and And the winner. the winner cheat nature and what is happy future? Why not go for the full out fairytale the The house. house, you would paint your house, go. My brother. We watched as he and his classmate thought to hold onto their confidence as they grew up in a neighborhood, struggling with homelessness hunger violence Kareem would go on to become the student council president keeping up his grades, even while he worked up to forty hours a week at a sneaker store, how you doing. And what about the leash luminous and working so hard at school while taking care of her diabetic grandmother. Okay, there's little light. I'm. Shine. Oh, this little. Today. This is a leash o- still a caregiver for her grandmother. She started college but had to drop out after she got pregnant and now expecting her second child. She's working to pay for online college at it necessarily finish college. Coat on them. Sorry. Everyone gets that bad and stuff happens. Life happens and it doesn't matter as long as you get back on the right track. So does she remember that song this little ladder? I'm gonna let is shine. All the kids fighting their way through a decade of hope and reality, and then fighting for hope again, which takes us back to that graduation ceremony. Wean council graduating

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"As you see here, it's clear that twenty five year old. Daniel Hamburg is running away from officer, Andrew del key who's also twenty-five. There's distance between the two and you see the officer shoot at Hamburg's back as Hamrick was dying. Police recovered. What they say was his handgun. The chief speaking WPRO channel to a Nashville says, there's more to the story. There's a lot of activity that's not failed. This all started with a traffic stop where police were searching for a stolen vehicle. Now, thinking that the police is the enemy, the family of the shooting victim says the officer should be charged. If there's ever a case of premeditated for free meditative first-degree murder, this is it, this is it. He stops and takes his time and make sure he gets good shot. All right, Steve Olson. Saami joins us now live and Steve while prosecutors decide whether or not to press charges. The police chief tonight is saying he will take a look at how officers are trained. That's right. Tom, the police chief says he's already sent a note to the police academy telling them that they'll soon discuss whether they need new instructions for officers as to what they should do during a foot chase. This officer remains on administrative leave while the investigation continues Tom Stevenson, Saami live press tonight, Steve. Thank you. Another big story. We're following tonight. The new details about that remote compound in the New Mexico desert and what would have thirties to make the grim discovery of children and adults living in horrific conditions. Tonight investigators are looking closely at the claim that the children were being trained to commit school shootings, ABC's Clayton sales at that compound tonight tonight a look inside the filthy and remote New Mexico compound where thirty say, eleven children lived in horrific conditions and where one probably died. The smell is just overpowering thirty nine year old Sarraj and four other adults. Now in custody, we're living here with. The children. But police say, there was no food electrically or clean water in this is like a fortress. The local sheriff and FBI began surveillance here in may looking for a Hodge and his three-year-old son, Abdul, who was reported missing last December. But the sheriff says there wasn't enough evidence for a search until last week. Last Thursday, somebody great knowledge of the compound of Santa message saying, basically that we're starving. Children are starving. That is when thirties made a grisly discovery, we didn't find remains of a young boy. We discovered the remains yesterday on medical fourth birthday. The compound was illegally built on Jason badgers, land. He says, thorns did not act fast enough. There's no excuse if something could have been done to save that child. And you know, it should have been done. This affected to police say, they discovered an arsenal of weapons, including an AR fifteen rifle and handguns. The foster parent of one child telling thirties, while Hosh had trained the. Child in the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school shootings and attorney for Hodge denies that he was training school shooters here. He and the other adults are now facing multiple charges, including child abuse. He has not entered a plea, Tom, Clayton Sandell tonight without alarming discovering the desert..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And yellow county's new evacuations forcing people from their homes we can see these water dropping helicopters are very busy here to people have now been charged with arson this fire right now at this hour it is zero percent contained tom clayton are thanks to you i want to bring abc's chief meteorologist ginger zee at the george washington bridge tonight and ginger this heat is not going away and now there's a tropical system brewing in the atlantic and tom we are still talking intense heat and humidity caribou maine for example ninety four today they broke a record and it's the hottest they've been in five years does heated visory stretch all the way back to arkansas but it is the southwest where the heat is going to just be explosive for the wildfires one hundred eighteen palm springs yuma one sixteen that's the hottest of the entire season and then we go to the atlantic tropical storm beryl has four moving west at sixteen miles per hour it'll briefly become a hurricane over the weekend and then reach the lesser antilles by sunday night tom or we'll stay on top of that storm ginger thank you next turned to the migrant families separated at the southern border the government still facing a court order of deadline to reunite all the children with their parents but with that deadline approaching we are now learning there may be even more family separated abc's marcus morris in fort worth texas tonight as cameras captured those rare migrant family reunions hhs is now saying there are even more children separated than first reported the hhs secretary is revealing under three thousand separated children remained in the government's care that number considerably higher than the roughly two thousand previously reported by hhs secretary alex as our revealing the new numbers today during a call with reporters describing the situation as quote unprecedented and promising the resulting reunifications will be as compassionate a process as it possibly can be the administration grappling with the court mandated deadline requiring families to be reunited by july twenty six but tonight there are questions about how exactly it will be done meantime president trump steadfast with his stance on combating illegal border crossings in a series of tweets this morning writing when people with or without children in our country they must be told to leave till the people out and they must leave just as they would if they were standing on your front lawn and tonight there are eleven unaccompanied migrant children being cared for at this church the some of the here and fort worth texas the hhs secretary says they will use dna screening to determine family relationships and reunite all of those separated families tom dna screening all right marcus thank you next to another deadline at midnight tonight the us will impose tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese imports and china will do the same that means.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Awesome someone's pocket we're now was obsessed with the firearms police took the fbi agent in for questioning early saturday morning later turning him over to a supervisor neil matter who you work for local city county state federal police all the rules apply to you on our off duty anybody that sworn pulls out a gun in a social setting in harm somebody else is in big trouble the man who was shot in the leg went to a hospital but is expected to be okay tonight the f b i hasn't said whether that agent will face any discipline or if he was drinking at the time denver police say the district attorney will now decide if that agent will face any charges tom clayton sandell froze clayton thank you next to that major medical headline a new medical study funding that tens of thousands of women with the most common type of early stage breast cancer may not need chemotherapy abc's chief medical editor dr john nash explains tonight new hope for the thousands of women like katrina floyd who face the brutal effects of chemotherapy while fighting breast cancer i had nausea is also then lost by dear to felt like the worst flu i've ever had times ten and you have absolutely no energy but a new landmark study finds that at least seventy percent of early stage breast cancer patients may not need chemotherapy the trial designed to answer the question of whether or not chemotherapy reduces cancer recurrence and saves lives in women with the most common type of early stage breast cancer the trial used a gene tests done on tumors to help decide whether women would benefit from chemo or if they could receive hormone therapy using this test researchers found that chemotherapy did not add any benefit in survival rates or recurrence for most women but researchers say some women fifty and younger and those in high risk groups might still need chemotherapy dr.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Early this morning deputies arrived at this apartment complex in highland's ranch colorado a denver suburb for dispute between a man and his male roommate at five fifty five am the suspect armed with a rifle suddenly opens fire four deputies and one police officer are shot was like an exchange of gunfire and pop up and then pop up in and near returned fire two neighbours are also hit all of the officers managed to retreat outside except for one twenty nine year old douglas county deputy zachary perish i we have have one one guy guy aren't i'm not getting anything from all of us don't have been hit at least one all of them were sean very very quickly um um and they all went down almost within seconds of each other so would say to resume more of a an ambush type of attack on our officers over the next hour and a half the suspect fires more than a hundred times gunfire even heard over the radio said several rounds firing do it again at around seven thirty officers entered the apartment confronting and killing the suspect in a final shootout deputy perished does not survive he was married the father of two children we are deeply said by the loss of zachary when i sat with his wife and held her hand i could see in her eyes her life is over the other wounded officers all now in stable condition okay we just heard it right there those other officers in stable condition claimed sand l joins us from the scene and douglas county colorado and clayton would have learned about the suspect tonight hey tom they have not released the suspects name yet but they say he was known to officers they had been to his apartment complex dealing with him in the past but they say he did not have a criminal record tom clayton send out leading a soft tonight now major cities on high alert from coast to coast as the country counts down to the new year unprecedented security surrounding new york's times square they call it the ring of steel more than one million people expected many of them have already been there for hours heavily armed police snipers and specially trained dogs on the scene the intense show of force follows the deadly terror attack here on halloween and the shooting massacre in las vegas.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Bernice could kona was supposed to take a flight home but instead takes this nasty fall the seventyfouryearold tumbling down 21 steps at the portland airport her heavy wheelchair landing on top of her as bystanders scramble to help you could be his grandma mom's sister that this could happen to cut kono was connecting in portland last june on our way from mali home to spokane her family says they arranged with alaska airlines for an escort between gates but they claim alaska's gate to gate service contractor hotly usa abandoned her they walked away and bernice became confused in and she pulls up to the escalator thinking that she's getting on the elevator at that point alaska says we're heartbroken by this tragic and disturbing incident but says it appears that ms could kona declined ongoing assistance in the terminal and decided to proceed on her own to her connecting flight cocoon his family says the fault left her bedridden in constant pain for the next three months she died in september they are now suing hotly usa and alaska airlines is not going to bring your back obviously is someone needs to own up someone needs to take responsibility as for that contractor hotly usa they have it said much but the ceo did tell me that they are reviewing the facts of the case tom clayton sendoff for us clayton thank you for the index the deadly police shooting in wichita an unarmed man killed in the door of his home authorities believe a prank called known as swatting led police to the house swallowing is when so we foresee reports a shooting and hostage situation in this case police an officer opened fire when demand reach for his waist no arrests have been made next that train collision in boston more than a dozen passengers hurt when two trolleys collided this afternoon at least sixteen people taken to the hospital most with minor injuries remaining passengers walked along the tracks to board shuttle buses the crash is now under investigation the nfl changing the rules the league says.

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