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york. >> and i'm john berman live in baltimore this morning. it is friday may 1st. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. we are standing here in front of baltimore city hall which has been the site of so many peaceful demonstrations over the last several evenings and afternoons. the security prevention- presence behind me is reduced. not as many national guard troops here. overnight, protesters did clash with police. you see this right here cnn cameras at the scene when one man was arrested in the streets. we will have much more on the scene here in baltimore in just a moment. first, some important new information. new claims in the death of freddie gray and how he may have suffered that fatal spinal injury while he was? police custody.
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baltimore police handed their investigative files over to the state attorney's office on thursday one day ahead of schedule. a move that caught people off guard. those files contain new claims about freddie gray's death. among the claims gray was fatally injured in the van and not earlier during his arrest. law enforcement sources tell wjla that the medical examiner believes gray died when his head slammed into the back of the van. the claim is that there is an injury to gray's head that reportedly matches a bolt in the back of the van. now even if this is true and this still needs to be confirmed and investigated here if that is true it does not explain how and why gray's head did hit the back of the van. that is still unknown. it is also worth noting the
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driver of the police van has yet to give a statement to investigators. an official in the medical examiner's office says that their report could be delivered to prosecutors as soon as today but could slip into next week. another new detail we learned directly from police in a public statement. they say the van carrying freddie gray after he was picked up made an additional stop. one more stop they knew and certainly one more stop than they told us about. listen. >> the second stop has been revealed to us during the course of our investigation and was previously unknown to us. we discovered this new stop based on our thorough and comprehensive and ongoing review of all cctv cameras and privately owned cameras. this new stop was discovered from a privately owned camera. >> hear that? the new stop discovered from a
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privately owned camera. not the police involved in this. not from the driver of the van. not from radio traffic back and forth, but a private security camera. also, what happened during the newly discovered stop is still under investigation. something we just don't know. as we have been reporting, it was a third straight night of relative calm here during the curfew on the streets of baltimore. that is apart from the tense moments as the curfew went into effect. one protester who tried to confront the advancing line of police officers was swallowed up and arrested. >> okay. >> let's get more on the situation here in baltimore and what has been going right, frankly here in baltimore. rene marsh joins me. >> that was the exception to what we saw yesterday which was overwhelmingly peaceful
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protests. what we can count on every day at these protests is maryland representative elijah cummings. he is in the mix with the protesters and speaking with them one-on-one. he was arm in arm with a protesters leading them as the curfew approached. they were sing "this little light of mine." his objective was to lead the protesters up until that moment at 10:00 and make sure everyone disbursed and went home. the other message he had for the protesters is trust the process. take a listen. >> we must allow the process to go forward. all i can assure them and senators and others is we which still with this until the end. now we have a state's attorney whom we are impressed with and proud of. we trust her. we believe in her. i know she will and i want to
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get the facts right. she will apply the law and come to her own conclusions. that's her job. that's her job. i believe in her. >> the her that he is speaking about is this 35-year-old state prosecutor. if you didn't know her name before you will get familiar with the name. marilyn mosby. only about five months on the job. she has what is a collossal case on the job. now as she said in a statement yesterday, she will not only rely on that information, but look for additional evidence as they move forward to figure out is it possible and if they have enough to try or to charge i should say these officers criminally in the case. >> a lot of pressure on her. as you said she made clear it will not be the police report she relies on. fbi reports and other investigations as well. also you look at elijah
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cummings on the streets last night with other city leaders, the calm they achieved is because they achieved it. that goes for the protesters and the law enforcement as well. it will take this immense effort we have seen to keep things here going smoothly. more marches and protests. big demonstrations over the weekend. including another march on sunday. the curfew will remain in effect. >> absolutely. what we have seen representative cummings do is take the one-on-one time to connect with each person out there. it has been effective. as far as the protests go we expect here in baltimore to see four in baltimore. we will see major cities across the u.s. will be holding protests as well. we know this weekend, several are slated, including on sunday where they will have multiple religious leaders leading a
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protest. the message is we want to get this message out. we want answers and we want justice. >> that is the way it has been here the last few days. rene thank you. in addition to the parmarches, protests are planned in seattle and portland and oakland. protests in philadelphia where police and protesters clashed as protesters tried to block i-95. many of the demonstrators were holding their hands in the air chanting hands up. our poppy harlow was in the middle of it all. >> reporter: good morning, john. we are in philadelphia where there has been a huge march. it started with a protest at 4:30 this afternoon at city hall in downtown philadelphia. then it turned into a march on the streets of philadelphia that so far has lasted about three
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hours. largely the protest has been peaceful. i want to emphasize that. the chief of police inspector here telling me that these are people that need to have their voices heard. they deserve to protest and exercise their first amendment right as long as they do so lawfully. he expected it to be a loud and large and lawful protest. i will say there was a confrontation with police right at the entrance at i-95 where police lined up. protesters were not allowed to go on the highway. there was a clash with protesters and police there for about 20 minutes. it opened up and protesters were allowed to continue walking on the streets. what i'm hearing from people here from people of really all ages white citizens black citizens of philadelphia saying they want answers in the case of freddie gray but for them it is larger. for them it is about economic disparity and lack of
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opportunity for african-american youth. especially in this country. clearly one young african-american attorney telling me she wants to see change within the system. more opportunity and more room for economic growth for many people that she feels are not getting a fair shot. so they are protesting to have their voices heard on the streets of philadelphia. you see signs where they are aligning with baltimore and the name of the protest, guys, is philadelphia is baltimore. back to you. >> that's poppy harlow in philadelphia. cincinnati hundreds rallied in solidarity with what is going on in baltimore. they marched downtown together chanting slogans. police and rally organizers communicated ahead of time. officers escorted people along the planned route until the marchers disbursed. new york city mayor bill de
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blasio is defending officers on wednesday. the mayor dismissed dmon traitemonstrateors were mistreated at rallies at union square which ended in 143 arrests. >> we know certain individuals attacked police officers. unacceptable. we know certain individuals have attacked property. unacceptable. we are constantly working to get the balance right. >> now people wondering what will president obama do? washington, d.c. is a short drive from baltimore. the president has no plans to make an appearance here in baltimore, at least for now. the white house says he is monitoring the situation closely, but he wants the police to be able to focus on the protesters and on the streets and not him. the white house is also defending the president's use of the word thugs to describe those who rioted on monday.
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>> the president was trying to draw a very clear distinction between individuals who engaged in criminal acts like burning down a cvs or throwing a cinder block at a police officer from the vast majority of people in the city of baltimore who found a constructive and appropriate way to publicly raise their concerns about the treatment of freddie gray by the baltimore police department. >> the president spokesman said the visit to baltimore could be added to the president's schedule in the days and weeks ahead. christine, i can't emphasize enough. a great deal of anticipation and trepidation. kids won't be in school this weekend. the curfew at 10:00 on a friday night and saturday night is a lot different than a school night. it might be hard to keep people off the streets. it will take a lot of work over the next few days to keep the situation here as calm as it has
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been. >> the leaders in baltimore have been doing that work. there has been a lot of community mending that has been taking place. one thing i heard over and over again, john a lot of people don't want to go back to the pay baltimore was before. they want to talk about how baltimore will go forward. they want to use the events to change and improve their city. >> i think that is right. we say we're returning to normal normal. we throw that phrase around casually. normal hasn't been good or acceptable. they want more than normal. >> john that's for that. the cvs employees are still getting paid after the baltimore stores burned down. two locations sustained heavy damages during the riots. they remain closed. cvs is paying the 45 workers for the regularly scheduled hours. no word on how long cvs will keep paying them. they could transfer the workers to nearby stores and some have
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rescuers from different countries to save her. what happened? >> reporter: that's right, christine. we were actually there as she was pulled out of the rubble. this was a six-story hotel building. she was a cook. she was trapped on the second floor. the workers presumed she was trying to run away. they pulled her out. three different teams involved. norwegians and french and israelis. israelis had been digging in the building for two days. they knew there were people missing there. they found four bodies. they were looking for survivors. the french arrived with sound detection equipment and heard something. norwegians arrived with sniffer dogs and they hit on something. it took eight hours, but they were able to pull her out successfully. it was amazing to see just the
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celebration and cheers there. this is what it is about for the rescue workers, christine. all of this work and effort to bring out one survivor one life. they said this is worth it for them. >> they are working so hard and using the technology they can. the sniffer dogs and different countries cooperating together. there is the picture of the woman. the picture of the 5-month-old baby pulled from the rubble earlier this week. these are the images we cling to because we want some good news. the important thing for everyone they still need resources. they still need resources. they still need help. they still need more coordination at kathmandu airport to get shipments in and out of the country. still so much work to be done still. >> reporter: that's right. we are just talking about the scenes in kathmandu where a lot of the relieve workers arrived. we were on the chopper erper surveying
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the area. there is so much of rural nepal where the army hasn't gotten there. they are still trying to figure out the magnitude of this. they are trying to figure out where to go to next. you know while we were at the army base we saw choppers coming in and out every five minutes, bringing in injured and taking in and sending out aid. still so much of nepal that they have not been able to get to. when you go up there, you see why it is difficult. the terrain is so inaccessible. houses are so spread out and high up. landslides and so much of that area. it has been very very difficult to get aid out there and the frustration is increasing because a lot of people understand and are hearing that aid is arriving. it is not getting to them. >> we know you will continue to follow it for us and bring us survival stories and challenges
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round one of the nfl draft is in the books. it was mostly uneventful. andy scholes in las vegas for
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the big fight this weekend. he has more on the bleacher report. >> good morning, christine. the nfl draft is great because we're all still optimistic about the chances for the upcoming nfl season. the buccaneers particularkicked things off by selecting jameis winston with the number one pick. despite the off the field issues with the sexual assault issues and crab legs. he was too good to pass up. winston did not attend the draft in chicago and watched it from home in alabama. as you can imagine, he was thrilled to be the number one pick. >> i'm blessed. i'm blessed with this whole opportunity. the chance to make something of myself and to be able to provide for my family. it's just the beginning. that's the great part of this. i thank god for everything that
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has happened. >> the question of the draft is what would happen with the number two pick. the titans did not surprise anyone with a big trade. roger goodell surprised everyone when he announced the pick. take a listen. >> the tennessee titans select marcus mariota. quarterback for oregon. >> mariota. he will be a tennessee titan. no surprises in the first round. three trades were made. roger goodell was booed every time he made a pick. the chicago bulls put an absolute beat on the milwaukee bucks. one of the biggest blowouts. bulls won by 54 points. 54! the bucks did not score more than 19 points in anyoneniany one quarter. the clippers were able to keep
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the season alive. they will play a winner take all game seven on saturday in what is one of the best sports days ever. the main event is floyd mayweather and taking on manny pacquiao. billed the fight of the century. later on the weigh-in. usually these are open to the public but due to high demand they sold $10 tickets. they are now going for $75 on stubhub. christine, i cannot say enough about tomorrow. we have stanley cup playoffs and nba playoffs and spurs and clippers game seven. yankees and red sox. the kentucky derby and of course the big fight with mayweather and pacquiao. you could sit on your couch all day and have an amazing sporting event to watch. >> what will i choose. i'll dvr all. thanks so much. 27 minutes past hour. new information in the death of freddie gray. what police are saying about
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thousands of demonstrators demanding answers in freddie gray's death. just how did he sever his spine in police custody? there is a new theory. new information about the
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investigation. good morning. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans in new york. >> and i'm john berman live in baltimore this morning. about 30 minutes after the hour in front of the baltimore city hall. this is the location where there is less security presence we have seen over the last few mornings. not as many national guard troops behind me. perhaps deployed elsewhere in the city. the city that is by and large calm again this morning and overnight. protesters faced off previously as the curfew went into effect at 10:00 p.m. cnn cameras saw police arresting one man in the crowd. this was over fast thanks to the work of community leaders. the streets cleared and traffic began moving through again. we will have much more on the atmosphere and what is happening on the streets in just a moment. first, some important new information, new claims and allegations in the death of freddie gray and how he suffered
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the spinal injury that ultimate ultimately led to his death in police custody. baltimore police handed their investigative files over to prosecutors on thursday. a day ahead of schedule. that caught people off guard. multiple law enforcement sources say those files contained new claims about freddie gray's death. the claims he was fatally injured in the police van and not early in his arrest. law enforcement sources tell our affiliate wjla that the medical examiner believes gray died from a broken neck sustained when he slammed his head or his head was slammed somehow in the back of the van. an injury to gray's head reportedly matches a bolt on the back of the van. the claims will need to be verified by the prosecutor's investigation. if they turn out to be true if
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his head slammed into the back of the van, we don't know how or why it slammed into the back of the van. it is worth noting the driver of the police van has yet to give a statement to investigators. an official in the medical examiner's office says the official report from them could be delivered as early as today to prosecutors, but could slip into next week. they will get it when it's done. there is another new important detail we have learned. police officials announced they discovered the fan carrying freddie gray made an additional stop. one more stop than they say they knew about and one more stop than they told us they knew about. listen. >> the second stop has been revealed to us during the course of the investigation and previously unknown to us. we discovered this new stop based on our thorough and comprehensive and ongoing review of all cctv cameras and privately owned cameras. in fact, this new stop was
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discovered from a privately owned camera. >> they learned about this new stop from a private security camera. why it took the private camera and not the police themselves telling them about the stop or no radio traffic alerting them to the extra stop remains unclear. obviously unclear is what happened during that stop. that is still under investigation. back to the situation here. the atmosphere on the ground, as we have been reporting, another night of relative calm and peace on the streets of baltimore. the curfew is still in effect. there were a few tense moments as the curfew began at 10:00 p.m. one protester who tried to confront an advancing line of police officers was swallowed up and arrested. listen. >> okay! whoa! >> i want to talk about more of what we are seeing on the streets and the good we are
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seeing on the streets. rene marsh. >> you did see good especially as the time progressed and we got closer and closer to the 10:00 curfew. we saw maryland representative elijah cummings. he has been pre-sent and in touch with protesters. that video is in the moments leading up to the 10:00 curfew where he was arm in arm with these protesters walking and singing. his objective out there was essentially to make sure once the clock struck 10:00 everyone disburse and go home. he also wanted protesters to understand the process as they waited and realizing everyone needs to be patient. take a listen to what he said about the process. >> we must allow the process to go forward. all i can assure them and senators and others is we will
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stick with this case until the end. the fact is now we have a state's attorney whom we are impressed with and proud of. we trust her and believe in her. i want her to get the facts right. she will apply the law and come to her own conclusions. i believe in her. that's her job. >> you just saw the video there of that woman who he is talking about. she is 35 years old. she is the one whose hands are all over this case. she will determine whether there will be criminal charges against these officers. you are looking at marilyn mosby. she is 35 years old. the youngest in this position in a major american city. she grew up in boston in the inner city. she lost her cousin to gun violence. her husband is a city council member here in baltimore and has been very vocal about this
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freddie gray case. so the nation is essentially watching this woman who has been on the job for five months. we know the police handed over their investigation. she will rely on that. most likely she will rely on other evidence. perhaps they will look for new witnesses. there is the m.e. report. she will look at that. she will have other own experts to interpret that and determine if they have enough to file charges. is it appropriate to file charges. >> we received one communication from her since the report was handed over. a press release stating they will look beyond just the police report whether or not to press charges or go forward. rene there is a certain amount of trepidation among law enforcement and community leaders about what will happen this weekend. the curfew is still in effect. coming home at 10:00 on a friday
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night is different than a school night. kids are not in school. a lot of demonstrations planned. >> there are. she stressed in speaking about the state attorney she wanted peace and patience. that is the message we go through today as we expect four protests in baltimore alone. we expect to see the protests across the country in other major cities. in baltimore, we will see protest on saturday and sunday. we know many religious leaders are all getting together. religious leaders of all faith. marching for justice. essentially getting the answers of what happened in the back of that police van. as we have been saying here they want to get the message out and that is fine. the key is to do it peacefully. >> there have been marching over the last few days. rene thanks. protests and marches planned in
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baltimore for here and this weekend. they are expected in seattle and portland and oakland, california for today. last night in philadelphia a protest and march. police and demonstrateors clashed when a group tried to block the entrance to i-95. officers pushing the demonstrators back. many holding their hands in the air and chanting hands up. poppy harlow has the latest. >> reporter: we are in philadelphia where there has been a huge march. it started with a protest at 4:30 this afternoon. congregated at city hall and turned into the march on the streets of philadelphia that lasted about three hours. largely the protest has been peaceful. i want to emphasize that. the chief of police inspector here telling me these are people that need to have their voices heard. they deserve to protest and exercise their first amendment
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right as long as they do so lawfully. he expected it to be a loud and large and lawful protest. it has in large part been that. there was a confrontation with police right at the entrance at i-95 where police lined up on their horses and bicycles. protesters were not allowed to go on the highway. there was a clash with police and protesters there for about 20 minutes. it opened up and protesters were allowed to continue walking on the streets. what i hear from people here from people of all ages white citizens and black citizens of philadelphia saying they want answers in the case of freddie gray but it is larger than that. it is also about economic disparity and a lack of opportunity for african-american youth. especially in this country. clearly one young african-american attorney telling me she wants to see change within the system and more opportunity and more room for economic growth for many people that she feels are not
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getting a fair shot. so they are protesting to have their voices heard on the streets of philadelphia. you see signs where they are aligning with baltimore and the name of protest by the group that organized it guys is philadelphia is baltimore. i'll send it back to you. >> here in baltimore, christine, with the leaders here preaching and clergy here preaching patience. patience to let the investigation take course. i was in neighborhoods yesterday. people are willing to be patient for now. they want to see this investigation produce some results and get concrete answers over the coming days. >> the wheels of justice can move slowly. there will be -- you want to make sure there is an exhaustive investigation. you want to make sure there is
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president obama has no plans to make an appearance in baltimore. at least for now. we are told he is monitoring the situation closely, but wants the police to focus on the protesters not him. his spokeman talked about his use of the word thugs. >> he is trying to distinguish between the individuals engaged in criminal acts like burning down a cvs or throwing a cinder block at a police officer from the vast majority of people in the city of baltimore who found a constructive and appropriate
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welcome back. i'm christine romans. it's friday. let's get an early start on your money. u.s. stock futures are higher. a good start to may, but what a terrible end to april. dow fell almost 200 points. wiped out all of the gains for the year. the s&p and nasdaq fell 1%.
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stocks hit across the board. apple and google down 2%. the problem renewed fears america's economy may be slowing down. top democrats pushing a higher minimum wage. this could increase the federal minimum to $12 by 2020. this would give 38 million americans a raise. many states cities and companies have taken up the issue. raising wages because they frankly want to keep their best talent. tesla says it will cut your electricity bill by 25%. the company unveiled a wall-mounted home battery. the powerwall. it connects to the local power grid and charges overnight. that's when electricity costs less. customers can turn it on during the day to power their homes. it starts at $3,000. utility companies may offer rebates.
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elon musk says other home batteries currently on the market suck. 57 minutes after the hour. new information from the death of freddie gray. "new day" has that now. anger spikes after documents are leaked in the investigation into freddie gray's death. >> why was he a suspect? why was he chase snd. >> freddie gray did not sever his own spinal cord. >> new claims in the death of freddie gray. >> somebody in the police department knew about this stop. >> we must allow the process to go forward. >> america's failing america. >> we will get justice for freddie gray. believe you me we will get justice. >> we are misfits in the city of baltimore that we call home. welcome to your "new day." it is friday may 1st 6:00 in the east. mic is in new york alisyn is off and i'm live in baltimore where there are two big developments that have spiked anger in the streets about what
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may have happened while freddie gray was in police custody resulting in his death a week later from a severed spine. police admitting the van transporting gray made a previously unknown second stop while taking him to the police station last month. the report's being kept under wraps, but leaked details suggests freddie gray suffered a massive head injury after hitting his head in the back of that van. an autopsy report is expected to reach the state attorney's office as early as today. a lot of questions and a lot of anger as a result of this. cnn covering this story the way only we can. especially as angry people were sent once again into the streets of baltimore and we were there. >> all night! >> all day we will fight for freddie gray! >> anger spikes after doxcuments are leaked into the death of freddie gray. the passion in the streets
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spilling onto intersections across the country. despite a few tense moments in philadelphia when protesters try entering a highway, voices rage but protests are mostly peaceful. the police are sitting here and watching this. so it's about a balance. officers understanding the outrage in baltimore saying they'll only interfere if public safety really becomes an issue. once again the 10:00 curfew nears. >> we are getting ready to leave this area. >> once again congressman elijah cummings on the streets telling protesters to go home. ♪ i'm going to let it shine ♪ >> and once again people for the most part respond. they're going to ask people to go home. as the police line closes in on the few deciding to stay one manage agitating the line e

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