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attacked on national television, magic johnson is firing back at l.a. clippers owner, donald sterling. why he was dragged into the drama. what he knows about the woman accused of recording the raisist rants and how he was going help him save face. a new twist in a mass kidnapping. girls shown on camera held captive by terrorists, not all taken from a school. some of those girls may have been abducted years ago. we are live in nigeria as the mystery unfolds. tsa warning travelers of a
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dangerous virus threat. two cases confirmed in the u.s., more expected. where health care workers are on alert. that's coming up. welcome to "early start." good to be with you. i'm victor blackwell. >> i'm christine romans, it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. this morning, he says he feels disrespected and waiting for an apology. magic johnson spoke out with anderson cooper about donald sterling. sterling went after johnson during his sit-down with anderson saying the legend is a bad example for children and hasn't done enough for the black community. johnson saying sterling is living in the stone ages, calling the whole situation sad. >> it was disappointing, but i have to respond in terms of you don't want me to come to your game. i won't come to your games, you
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don't have to worry about that. i was upset because he threw minorities in, african-americans, latinos into the situation. i'm a leader in the black community, so i can't let anybody attack our people and not respond. that's why i responded. >> you said you were photographed with v. stiviano. you are photographed with -- >> millions of people. >> millions of people. you said you knew her well. >> these are the facts, anderson. i never met the young lady. i took a picture with her, looks like at a dodgers game. that's it. that's all i know of her. he said i'm trying to set him up. he asked me to go on the barbara walters show with him. >> a week or week and a half ago? because he met with barbara walters. >> it was before that. i told him i wouldn't do it. i said the number one thing he
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needs to do is apologize to everyone including myself. he said i'll get to that. >> he wanted you to go on barbara walters with him sitting next to him? >> i said no. i said donald you should consult with your attorneys. this is a big thing. talk to your attorneys and let them advise you what to do. you need to go public. >> i'll apologize later, but i want you to go on this show. he was adamant about me going on the show with him. i told him no, i wouldn't do that. when i saw the interview, it was sad. i'm going to pray for this young man. i hope donald is see the mistake he has made and the people he's hurt along the way. what's really sad, you know, it's not about me. this is about the woman you love outing you and taping you and
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putting your conversation out here for everybody to know. that wasn't me. i didn't do that. i don't know this young lady. this is between you two. >> donald sterling hearing more from his interview with anderson cooper where he apologized and lashed out at magic johnson. sterling is talking about his wife and his own behavior. >> i think we'll divorce. i think she's already filed. i guess i was bad committing all those terrible, i don't even want to say it, but, you know, people say how do you commit adultery. you just, you say, well, every man or parents or friends have a mistress. it may make you smile, but when you are so old, you don't think it's wrong anymore, if you have
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a little bit of fun. you don't have much time. if you have a little bit of fun, you can't do what you did before. nobody expects, but you want to be cared for. everybody wants to be cared for. i made such a mistake. i thought that woman really cared for me. >> well, you can see much more of anderson's interview on "ac 360" here on cnn. >> i asked mark cuban about sterling and whether he might be forced to sell. this is what he told me. >> i can't comment on mr. sterling. we are a franchise organization. it's not apples to apples and taking property. it's what i have learned since my comments. someone who is a mcdonald's franchisee spitting in the french fries, you would lose
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your franchise. >> he thinks the clippers will sell for more than $1 billion. well more than $1 billion. we'll have more including what he thinks of the tech bubble and his app cyber dust. he's worried about privacy and you have this footprint that lasts forever. at least 205 workers in a coal mine have been killed in an explosion trapped 500 yards down. 150 miles south of istanbul. authorities say nearly 800 people were in the mine when a transformer exploded. nearly half of those people have been rescued. we'll have a live report from turkey in the next half hour. new details in the search of
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hundreds of nigerian girls abducted and missing for weeks. they have identified 77 of them. this is put out by boko haram. some relatives say it's not their daughters in the video and some of the girls shown may have been abducted years earlier. we have live in nigeria this morning. if the families are right, does that make it harder to track the girls down? >> reporter: sadly, any miscommunication or confusion contributes to the loss of time. that's in addition to the setback of the four or five days head start they had why nigerian authorities scrambled to move. some glimmer of hope is the deployment of the u.s. spy planes. they are allowing the nigerian military to access information and to get a broader picture of
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the terrain out there. it is difficult in some places. christine? >> unbelievable. so, in terms of the girls in this video, they think many of these were abducted prior to the girls in the school going missing. have they identified the girls? >> reporter: that stretches across much of the north of nigeria. to try to pinpoint specific families from a grainy video posted online, that's going to be tough. that's another issue that is slowing things down. i understand a lot of families that have lost girls in the last four or five years, they are coming forward, going themselves to the nigerian authorities trying to help and trying to find out if this is going to be the time they finally find out what happened to their children. >> thank you so much for that
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report. troubling. now to the new worries that a mysterious virus may be spreading. the tsa posted warnings in airports about mers. at least 20 health care workers in orlando are told to stay home after being exposed to a man with the illness. we have the latest. >> reporter: this is where the 44-year-old man, the second confirmed mers case in the u.s. is being treated this morning. doctors say he is in good condition and improving. this is where one employee is hospitalized after showing possible symptoms. that employee is one of 20 from two orlando hospitals evaluated for possible exposure to mers. they have all undergone testing and told to stay home for at least 14 days. take a listen to what an infectious disease specialist tells us about the situation.
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what special precautions is the hospital taking to prepare for this? >> interesting. we have been preparing for these virus. last year, about a year ago, we did an exercise to see how our system work and the example that was used was a fictitious patient with mers. i believe that we have been prepared well for these, but until it arrives. >> reporter: the initial testing results should be available this week, could be as early as today. doctors are waiting to learn the results before deciding what to do next. victor? christine? >> thank you. breaking news this morning. a wildfire is forcing thousands to leave their homes in california. what's already been destroyed, ahead? parents terrified when a bounce house soars 50 feet into the air
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firefighters in the san diego area are finally getting the upper hand of a wildfire that forced the evacuation of 5,000 homes. 800 acres have been burned. officials say schools in the fairbanks ranch neighborhood will be open this morning. the evacuation orders have been lifted. the kind of drama you usually see on television, not at the station. a driver ramming a dump truck into the studio. witnesses say he was screaming, ranting, talking incoherently, claiming he was god and he needed to get inside. all the employees got out
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safely. they found the suspect on the second floor where he was watching the whole thing play out on tv. he's at the hospital being evaluated for a suspected mental illness. details as police try to make sense of a deadly shooting in this explosion at a new hampshire home. there are no criminal records connected to michael nolan, the man accused of shooting and killing a police officer, then setting the house on fire. that happened after the officer arrived. two sets of remains were found at the house, nolan and the officer, steve arkell. clay aiken will soon be a democratic nominee for congress. results show aiken won the primary in the second congressional district. he won by just under 400 votes. the singer suspended his campaign following the death of his opponent, keith crisco.
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elmers is seeking a third term. idaho could be the next state to recognize same-sex marriage. a judge struck down the amendment defining marriage as between a man and woman. the judge said it violated the promise of equal protection but stated the ruling until friday or stated until friday when she could give a higher court a chance to intervene. an alleged terrorist expected back on the stands in new york after clashing with prosecutors during the first day of cross-examination saying he never called for innocent people to be killed. he's accused of inspiring terrorists, aiding kidnaps in yemen and found a terror training camp in oregon. he pleaded not guilty. the fbi says it has received hundreds of calls about william,
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a teacher suspected of drugging and molesting boys across four continents. the teacher killed himself after a made found evidence on a computer drive. he's one of the most prolific pedophiles in history and agents want to track down every possible victim. the family of kendrick johnson is suing the board of education on behalf of the 17-year-old's estate. the district did not do enough to protect their son from harassment and bullying. his body was found in a rolled gym mat last year. the sheriff called his death accidental. incredible pictures from northern new york state where two young children are in the hospital after a little tyke's bounce house caught in the wind and flew away. 5 and 6-year-old boys both suffered from injuries.
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neighbors say after everything they saw, the toy was put together property and stakes down. >> anything that could have been done wrong wasn't. everything was done properly. that's the only thing i can say positively is nothing was done wrong. >> a 10-year-old girl playing inside suffered minor injuries. one witness called it a horror movie. i reported this before, the bouncy houses that get pulled up in the wind, the kids inside thrown out, on to the ground. you can see how high it was. >> i can't imagine being a parent and watching your kids lifted into the air here. >> one little boy's fell on to a street, the other in the back of a car. >> wow. this morning, there are a threat of severe weather. it continues, affecting millions of people, strong winds and maybe hail. >> that's right. 40 miles north of chicago, look
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at this, downpours, flooding roads in lake county. upwards of four inches of rain in two years. >> we have more. jennifer? >> reporter: we are going to see severe storms possible in the mississippi river valley, including portions of kentucky. the opposite side of things we have the fire threat remaining in southern california. very, very hot and dry conditions will stay in place in that part of the country. warm across the east coast. 82 in d.c. 69 in dallas and a cool 59 degrees in denver. we will see showers across much of the country as we go through tomorrow. anywhere from texas all the way up to the great lakes, we are going to see scattered storms across the east coast. a rainy day tomorrow. meanwhile, hot and dry in southern california with temperatures reaching 94 degrees
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in los angeles. we'll keep temperatures mild across the midsection. 79 degrees in dallas, 69 in atlanta. a bit cooler. 83 in d.c. christine and victor. >> jennifer gray, thank you for that. ukrainian crisis, on the brink of being split in pieces. could a peace deal be on the way? we are live with the latest, next. listen up, thunder dragons, it's time to get a hotel. hey, razor. check this out. we can save big on killer hotels with priceline express deals. somewhere with a fitness center? hey you know what man, these guys aint no dragons. they're cool. these deals are legit. yeah, we're cool. she's cool. we're cool. i'm cool. hey, isn't that razor's old lady? not anymore. priceline savings without the bidding.
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breaking news in south africa, the oscar pistorius trial is on hold. the judge rules he will have to face a 30-day psychiatric evaluation. this, after a psychiatrist testifying for the defense said the sprinter was suffering from an anxiety disorder. much more coming up in a few minutes lon "early start." this would be a huge delay in the trial that seems like it was wrapping up. again, defense introduced the general anxiety. prosecution said we need to have a mental health evaluation to determine that. now has to be scheduled, 30 days of obsization, a big delay. >> then you have to release it to the prosecution. this could go on for months. >> anyway, a big, big, big development in that case. talks in ukraine are set to happen between batlers and
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separatists. after they say two eastern providences voted for succession. six of the soldiers were ambushed. we have the latest in kiev. are these talks likely to achieve anything? >> reporter: hi, christine. i just got off the phone with a western diplomat who says today's talk demonstrate effort on the part of the ukrainian government. that said, separatist leaders have not been invited to participate in today's talks. the ukrainian government saying they do not negotiate with leaders saying they do not negotiate with an occupying force. the talks could take place amist that violence yesterday. 50 ukrainian soldiers were killed when their convoy was ambushed by separatists, a fire
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fight resulted in the deaths. the officials say it represents a big blow to the ukrainian military, which is already in a poor state and also perhaps represent growing capabilities of these separatists in eastern ukraine. officials telling me they noticed in the past few weeks up ticks in heavy weaponry, rpgs and ak-47s. so, while these european officials are telling me it's not clear the point of origin for the weapons, he did say it's not something you find in your normal hardware store. officials say they long believe russia is having a direct impact or direct influence in eastern ukraine. something the russian government denied. >> certainly a security situation that is deteriorating for the ukrainian people.
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thank you so much for that. >> this morning magic johnson on the record about the bizarre insults by embattled l.a. clippers owner, donald sterling. we have more, next.
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magic johnson playing defense. on the record about the bizarre personal attack launched at him by donald sterling. how did johnson get caught in the middle of sterling's drama and how well does he know the woman accused of leaking the
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racist rant? our cnn exclusive is next. hundreds killed in a mining explosion. a live report just ahead. the tsa warning travelers about a new virus threat. two confirmed cases already in the u.s. and there could be more. we are going to have the latest on this health alert. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm victor blackwell. we are hearing magic johnson's side of the story now, the nba legend and business philanthropist. he is responding to donald sterling. he said during his sit-down that johnson should be ashamed of himself for his hiv diagnosis and he doesn't do enough for the black community. johnson is firing back, calling the situation bad and wondering why sterling is going after him. listen. >> he's a man who you would
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think would be educated and a man who would -- is smart enough to build this type of wealth and own a team and have an incredible platform to change the world, but he's doing it in a negative way. 22 years ago, i announced i did have hiv. i came out like a man. i talked to a lot of young people who just got hiv and was thinking about, you know, committing suicide, you see? i tried to talk them out of that. then, we gave away over $15 million, my foundation. magic johnson shouldn't have been included in your conversation. i have nothing to do with this, since you put me in it again and then you want to try to disrespect me, of the work i have done in the minority community, that really makes me upset. then my fear comes out because i have done all this great work. all the kids we have sent to
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college. i have 150 kids on scholarship right now. the problem is, he's living in the stone ages. he can't make those comments about african-americans and latinos. he just can't do it. >> donald sterling talked about more than just magic johnson and the nba when he sat down with anderson cooper. he's talking about his future with his wife and the behavior that could lead to his divorce. listen to this. >> i think we'll divorce. i think she's already filed. i guess i was bad committing all those terrible, i don't even want to say it, but, you know, people say how do you commit adultery? you justify things. you say, well, every man's parents or friends have a mistress. it may make you smile, but when
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you are so old, you don't think it's wrong anymore, if you have a little bit of fun. you don't have much time. if you have a little bit of fun, you can't do what you did before. nobody expects that you want to be cared for. everybody wants to be cared for. i made such a mistake. i thought that woman really cared for me. >> you can see much more of anderson's exclusive interview with donald sterling on "ac 360" here on cnn. yesterday, i sat down with dallas mavericks owner, mark cuban and asked him about a privacy app he has, sterling and what the nba could do. he said he couldn't talk specifically about sterling, he could compare it to fast food. he said the nba is a franchise
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operation. because he spit in the fries, he would lose his franchise and the price for the clippers would be very high. >> the one thing this sale will change dramatically, it happens to l.a. franchises. frank mccourt ran them into the ground, took it to bankruptcy and made a billion plus dollar, if not more, when it was sold for $2.1 billion. the l.a. clippers is going to sell far north -- >> you think so? >> not even close. >> 575 million, so that's interesting. cuban talked about an app he's backing to make your texts disappear. i's about privacy, right? we'll have that interview including what he thinks of a tech bubble. is there a tech bubble right now? go to to see what he said about the team and
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texts. now to turkey where a coal mine explosion killed 200 workers and hundreds more are trapped 500 yards under ground. we have the latest from istanbul. andrew, how are the rescue efforts going now? >> the rescue operation continues, it's been nearly 20 hours since the fire erupted in the mine in turkey, trapping a huge number of workers underground. a number of them have been rescued. 205 people we know lost their lives. the fear is this figure will rise dramatically. the fire continues to blaze. correspond bonn monoxide poisoning is a great danger that those trapped face. the authorities are really bracing us for much, much worse news ahead, victor?
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>> for obvious reasons, a lot of rescues happened early on after the explosion. in the last few hours have there been rescues early this morning at this hour? >> reporter: well, there were some people who were rescued, i believe five were rescued two hours ago brought out of the mines. hundreds of workers are trying to find those still trapped. it's very, very difficult. it's a very large mine. it's a deep mine. fires are still blazing. it was a difficult thing for the workers to get down and rescue those still believed trapped under the ground. >> paint a picture for us there. we are seeing the moments after the explosion and the melee around this mine. at this hour, where are the families? what is their interaction? >> well, these mining communities are small communities. everyone really is gathered around the entrance to the mine waiting for news.
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there's terrible anxiety of families, brothers, sisters, daughters waiting to see if their loved ones are going to be the lucky ones to emerge from the mine alive. there's scenes in front of the hospital in the neighborhood. there's not enough room to store the bodies. they are in cold storage. the people are having to go there and identify their loved ones. it's a terrible picture. >> it is, indeed. andrew finkel report thg morning, thank you. there are concerns about a mysterious virus spreading in this country. tsa is posting warning signs about mers, middle east respiratory syndrome. officials in orlando say some health workers may have been exposed after coming into contact with a patient with a confirmed illness.
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health officials say the risk to the public for mers remains low. happening right now, hundreds of acres torched. good news this hour on the fire lines in california. the latest on that ahead. radio legend casey kasem is missing. his children pleading for his return. we'll explain next. and cried out for help. from the surprised designers. who came to the rescue with a brilliant fix male designer: i love it narrator: which created thousands of new customers for the tennis shoes that got torture tested by teenagers. the internet of everything is changing manufacturing. is your network ready? i dbefore i dosearch any projects on my home. i love my contractor, and i am so thankful to angie's list for bringing us together. find out why more than two million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust.
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evacuation orders lifted near san diego as firefighters move toward control of a fire that threatened thousands of homes. 800 acres burned. schools will be open this morning. residents are told they can now go home. a baltimore area man is in the hospital being evaluated after police say he was respondable for this. look, ramming a dump truck, repeatedly into a tv station outside baltimore. he demanded he be let inside, he was screaming and ranting,
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calling himself god. he drove the dump truck in the building. everyone got out safely. the suspect was eventually arrested inside the building where he was watching tv. >> they couldn't cover their own story. >> they had to get out of the building. >> very strange twist. police are trying to piece together what led to a deadly shooting, fire and explosion at a home in nn new hampshire. he's accused of shooting and killing police officer. police say it's not clear what led nolan to pull a gun. he had no criminal history. the fire and explosion was likely not an accident. two sets of remains were found at the house, believed to be nolan and that of the officer, the responding police officer, steve arkell. the trial of abu hamza. he lashed out at prosecutors
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denying he advocated the killing of the innocent. he's accused of aiding kidnappers trying to set up a terror training camp in oregon and inspiring a host of terrorists in 9/11. he's pleaded not guilty. new developments in the fbi investigation into the man they call one of the most prolific pedophiles in history. a teacher suspected of drugging and molesting boys across four continents. the fbi says they received hundreds of calls about him. he killed himself in march. he worked in international schools teaching children of the rich and powerful. this morning, two young children are in the hospital after a horrific accident. the inflatable little tykes bounce house they were playing in broke loose from the ground. look at the picture there. it flew away with the boys inside. the boys age 5 and 6 suffered serious injuries.
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they fell 15 feet in the air. neighbors say from everything they saw, the family put the toy together properly and staked it down. >> anything that could have been done wrong doesn't. everything was done properly. that's the only thing i can say positively, nothing was done wrong. >> one witness called what happened like a horror movie. the wind was so strong, it pulled the stakes right out of the ground. one boy was thrown on a road, the other into a car. terrifying, 5 and 6 years old. alec baldwin says new york city is a mismanaged carnival of stupidity. that's his response after biking the wrong way on fifth avenue. he was handcuffed and issued two summons, one for disorderly conduct and the other for hurling profanity. it's clear now. he's due in court on july 24th.
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more trouble for justin bieber. allegations the pop star stole a cell phone of a woman at a batting cage in sherman oaks. she claims bieber demanded she delete pictures she may have taken of him. when she refused, he grabbed the phone from her purse. police are not confirming this. casey kasem's daughter says they want him back. the daughters blame the stepmother and she is not saying anything. we have the latest from los angeles. >> christine and victor, casey kasem's daughters say their biggest concern is their father's help. he suffered from dementia and needs 24 hour care.
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kasem's daughters say they have no doubt jean kasem is behind the disappearance. now, they just want to find their father. casey kasem was last seen at this hospital in santa monica tuesday, may 6th. his daughters say he was in great spirits and uttered the words, i love you. when their lawyer called to check in on him the next day, he says he was told by the hospital, casey had been removed overnight. >> it is our belief my stepmother took him out of the facili facility. took him somewhere to an unknown destination. >> at this point, jean's lawyer says he has no idea where his client is. he told the judge he believes he's out of the country now. that and the concern for her health granted kerry kasem conservatorship of her father. she prevented friends and family
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from visiting and calling for years. she tried to hire a security guard when the daughters came to the hospital. >> there's no regard for his safety or health. that is what's so upsetting. that was so, so upsetting. >> it's her stepchildren making the false claims. the courts and family are all looking for casey kasem now. his daughters pleading with the public for help saying they just want their dad to come home soon. christine and victor? >> thank you. breaking news in the oscar pistorius trial. a judge, just moments ago, putting the trial on hold. sending pistorius for a 30-day psychiatric evaluation. we are live with what the developments mean for the case and pistorius, next.
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breaking news from the oscar pistorius trial where the judge has now put the case on hold. rulings that the olympic sprinter will have to undergo a 30-day psychiatric evaluation. a psychiatrist testifying for the defense said pistorius had an anxiety disorder and could be a danger to society. kelly is live at the courthouse in pretoria. it appears this defense strategy of putting the psychiatrist on the stand has backfired. what do you think? >> reporter: not necessarily. what was particularly interesting about the wording of the judges decision was the fact on one hand, he won the application. on the other hand, she confirmed the importance of the testimony
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saying it is in line with pistorius' testimony. perhaps that is not something the state was expecting and should it result in a report that is substantially in line with foster's report, that will have backfired for the state. it will further strengthen foster's evidence and mean that it remains an essential part of the court record when the judge retires to make the final vekt. >> the defense's strategy has been a moving target. was this diagnosis of general anxiety part of the initial defense? >> reporter: well, it was part of the initial defense in the sense that it is very common where the defendant raises the mistaken belief of defense like
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pistorius has always done. you need a source of surrounding psychological evidence to support the claim and also to provide something for the judge to compare and contrast what the accused says he was thinking at the time. it always would have been from that. they wouldn't have perceived a state prosecutor would jump on that as an opportunity to try to force them into arguing a defense they were, in fact, trying not to argue and been part of the strategy. >> thank you. >> really stunning development. that's going to be important to follow. we're going to be right back. ♪
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it's a psychological level for a lot of people in the market. one sector that is lagging, tech. tech heavy nasdaq is down a little bit for the year. many investors, people like hedge fund heavyweight david is valuations for new companies are too high based on little more than buzz. i asked mark cuban about that. mark cuban is the owner of the dallas mavericks. he's one of the first dot com billionaires. i asked him, is there a tech bubble? >> no. not even close. >> no bubble? >> you wouldn't know who i was without a tech bubble, right? >> right. >> why are stocks continuing to go up? there's half as many public companies today as 15-20 years ago. there's more money chasing fewer companies, stock prices are going to go up. >> cuban says you will know a
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bubble when people walk down the street talking. it's not happening yet. cuban is excited about tech. he launched cyber dust. it's like snap chat, but incorporates text and doesn't save data on servers. cuban says it's a way to adapt to technology in a world where we have no privacy. we should be terrified by that. >> you have been covering stories of laptops and cell phones. >> yep. "early start" continues right now. attacked on national television. magic johnson firing back at l.a. clippers owner, donald sterling. why he was dragged into the billionaires nba drama. what he knows about the woman accused of recording sterling's racist rants and how sterling expected johnson to help save him from all this. a new twist in a tragic mass


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