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in fact frankly what do i want to do is go home and spend some time with my family. >> i didn't hear him asking for his weapon back. i was just -- what a i did hear was alexander telling him to stop fighting. and until we got him to quiet down, we got him on the floor and i tied him up while al leksz and alexander went to look for other terrorists. i tied him up with a tie. [ inaudible question ] >> translator: no, but apparently he will contact us and i've not spoken to the french prime minister. i think that he will come out this evening. he was operated on his hand. yes, we had him on the phone
yesterday. it was mainly his friends. i was there. i don't know the three others, but obviously since we met in this context -- >> i was born in uganda. grew p south of france. i was at a business meeting in holland. actually my job is to help african entrepreneurs look for financing in europe and in the world finance. and so what i was doing in holland is i was looking for export credits for one of my clients. >> translator: i did not wake up this morning because -- i did not wake up this morning because i haven't been to sleep yet. what it is is that i think that it was good to save lives.
i'm very happy and on top of that, i'm very happy that the person who was wounded is going -- is okay. he's going to -- well, i don't know how well he is, but he is not in a critical condition. for if me, how could i say what i'm feeling. i'm beginning now to realize what we've done, with you ibut happy for everybody who was in the train and that we managed to overcome this person without loss of life. and excuse me, i think i'm going to go now. [ inaudible question ] >> i to hav do have family in b. i spent four years in england. i went to university in reading. i have two children, one is in
the french navy. [ inaudible question ] >> not really. i feel like anybody else who faced with the same thing i think might actually act in the same way. and i think if you'll excuse me, i think i'd like to leave it at that. okay. thanks very much. >> well, extraordinary detail there. i'm fredricka whitfield. you were just listening to chris norman, he was describing the account of what happened on this high speed train going from am t amsterdam to paris and how three americans. all three really good friends back to middle school. but they along with chris norman ended up tackling and taking down a suspected terrorist. someone who had a kalashnikov,
and a box cutter, someone likely to cause great harm and he talked about how in a coordinated effort taking down this gunman and then tying him, chris norman you actually used a tie in which to do that, and he helped hold down this suspect so that everyone on board that train could still be safe until this train could be encountered by law enforcement. anyone who could come to their aid. incredible story. we're also expecting to hear there those three young men spencer stone, anthony sadler and alex skarlatos at some point they will be emerging, as well, and giving us their live accounts of all that took place. it's been an incredible morning of tee tdetail. you've heard from one of the young men's dad earlier on our air talking to victor and
christi paul. and you're seeing a picture of two of them there. it's expected that also they will be meeting up with french prime minister later on today. nick valencia has been following this for us. it's an incredible display of events that have taken place. we're getting a little bit of detail from here and there. >> extraordinary of an achievement this was to stop this suspected gunman. they were incredibly casual about it. they had a press conference earlier this morning after being hailed as heros. let's take you back to friday when this incident happened. these three americans were sitting on a train when they noticed a conductor run fran lick i threw the carriage of the train, emerging behind that conductor, a shirtless man with a rifle hanging over his shoulder. that's when the three americans say their instincts kicked into gear. >> i came to see my friends on
my first trip in europe and we stopped a terrorist. kind of crazy. >> reporter: crazy is one word. heroic seems to be a bit more fitting. american anthony sadler sitting next to his friend and another witness describe what happened during their trip on a high speed train in france on friday. >> i looked up, i saw a guy carrying an ak-47, or at least i assumed it was some kind of machine gun. i ducked down in my seat. alex looked at what was happening, spencer looked at what was happening. alex said to spencer go get him. are. >> reporter: french authorities say the suspect had fired several gunshots as a french passenger tried to tackle him. the americans sprung into action. the struggle was brief, bloody and chaotic. >> the guy pulled out a cutter and started cutting spencer. he cut spencer behind the neck, nearly cut his thumb off. >> reporter: american spencer
stone seen here in the middle would eventually subdue the suspected islamic with help from his friends. stone, a member of the u.s. air force, was hospitalized and is recovering. >> we called him, he's doing great. >> he's in good spirits. >> reporter: his friend alex, a national guards man, said few words speaking to reporter, but seemed to say it all. >> relief. relief that nobody got killed. it could have been a real carnage. no question about that. >> reporter: the three americans hailed as international heros. but they know it easily could have ended much differently. >> really proud of my friend that he just reacted so quickly and so bravely. he was really the first one over there. even after being injured himself, he went to go help the other man who was bleeding also. without his help, he would have died.
>> reporter: and most certainly many others on that train would have too. >> when asked how it felt to know that their son was an international hero, the parents of one of americans said he just knew what he had do. >> incredible story and we can't wait to hear also more of the firsthand accounts from those young men. that was press conference earlier and now we're expecting at any moment now they, too, will be going live and we'll of course take that. >> can't wait to listen. >> nick, thanks so much. you referred to the parents talking about these young men. earlier we heard from the father of one of the incredible heros, tony sadler. father of anthony sadler. listen. >> he called me very early on either from the site, the train site or from the police station. and the initial response was surprise and shock.
and after that, disbelief and gratitude that our son was okay, that he wasn't killed or hurt. >> in terms of the conversation that you had with him last night, is he doing okay? what did he tell you about the incident itself and how he's feeling now? >> it was still settling in with him as far as the reality. he shared it didn't seem real. it was totally unexpected. it wasn't on any of their radar. they were just out touring europe and having a great time together for the past week and a half. the armed gunman came out of the bathroom to the rear of the car that he and his friends were in, and garnishing the automatic weapon. and as the one i believe conductor engaged him, he was not able to subdue him and that's when spencer first went into action and charged the assailant.
and alex and anthony came behind him. and between the three of them, they were able to disarm him, get him to the ground and with the help of a fourth man get him tied up. the assailant was yielding similar to a box cutter the whole time. that made it a little difficult for the three young men to get control of him. and spencer did wind up getting cut a few times by this man, but thank god they were able to get control over him before he was able to seriously hurt anyone else. >> you were listening to the father of one of those three americans that helped take down that suspect and that was anthony sadler talking about his son and the relationship between those three young men.
so the suspect on this train, the one that you saw in that video being held down, according to european officials, was linked to belgium investigations into radical islamist networks. we'll talk with our terror analyst to make sense of all of this. dso at gnc, why do we do it?st quality nutrition isn't easy, why do we work to deliver clinically studied products to fill the world's nutrition gaps? why do we insist on the most stringent quality checks, period?
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kalashnikov, pistol and both cutter. and one of the americans was seriously injured while trying to hold down that suspect and really everyone on that train, very crowded crane witrain with 500 on it, many tried to hold down the suspect, physically tie him up with a neck tie until they could get assistance and law enforcement. so let's talk more about the continuing threat not just in europe, but worldwide. let's zero in on what is happening there between amsterdam and paris, the route of this high speed train. let's bring in our cnn terrorist analyst. this suspect linked to belgium investigations into radical islamist networks. but talk to me about the continuing threat. many european nations really have their radar up and they're seeing regular activity if not
attempts and they're seeing many -- a lot of activity in to the planning stages of terror attacks. >> this is a time of unprecedented threat in europe. i speak to european security officials on a regular basis. they have never been more worried and much of this is due to the conflict in syria and iraq. the rise of isis, the fact that up to 6,000 european extremists have traveled to syria and iraq, the fact that hundred hs and hundreds have returned to europe. the fact that it's impossible to monitor 24/7 all but a small fraction of these returnees. they are overwhelmed right now, worried that this is the new normal this kind of attack that we saw on the train yesterday. there have been a string of attacks in recent months of course in paris in january, but
also in belgium may 2014, the attack on the jewish museum by a french fighter who had connected with isis. and come back. there had been other -- president hollande saying french authorities are learning of terror plots every week. very, very worried in france by the level of terrorist activity right now. a lot of concern that isis itself, the terror organization, the leadership, pivoting towards telling recruits to come back to europe to launch attacks. >> and this happening not many months after the "charlie hebdo" attack in paris. so in this case we still have not heard from counter terrorism or law enforcement officials there in france as it pertains to what happened last night. and what they have since learned. but that there is this one suspect that we have seen this video being taken down. is there a feeling given the kind of armor that he had that this is typical of what has become kind of that lone wolf
attack, or if there is a resumption or feeling that there may have been others on the train but because this was thwarted, they just didn't carry it out? >> i don't think there is any indication there were any other terrorists on the train itself. but they're still looking into whether this was a lone wolf attack, somebody inspired by the al qaeda or isis i'd i don't mean ideology, or whether this was somebody who traveled to syria or iraq and managed to connect with the organization over there.somebody who travele or iraq and managed to connect with the organization over there. >> how difficult or easy is that to establish? >> it's sometimes quite difficult because some of the extremists, they travel to turkey and then the trail goes cold and it's difficult to know whether they actually managed to cross the border into syria or not. so they will be scrambling on
this,b bringing in u.s. capabilities to try to figure out if he did connect in some way with a terrorist group in syria and iraq. but there is also a middle road where isis is sort of instigating directly these kind of attacks over social media, fighters in syria and iraq, operatives there connecting with radicals in europe. but also in the united states. and encouraging them to launch attacks. we saw that with the attempted attack in garland, texas in may against a meeting there. and that is becoming increasingly prevalent for isis to be instigating this kind of stuff over social media. they're using encrypted communications online messaging. just in the last six month, there have been 16 months involved in isis inspired properti proper plots in the united states. so this kind of thing can happen in the united states, as well. >> okay. i know we'll talk with you again
because at any moment we expect to hear from those americans. there were three young american men right there who were all involved. they spotted something wrong on this high speed train from amsterdam to paris and they took action taking down this suspect. and it was quite the heroic act. we heard from british national chris norman earlier. we hope it hear from these young men at any hospital. across america, people like basketball hall of famer dominique wilkins... ...are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes... ...with non-insulin victoza®. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar. but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza®. he said victoza® works differently than pills. and comes in a pen. victoza® is proven to lower blood sugar and a1c. it's taken once a day, any time. victoza® is not for weight loss, but it may help you lose some weight. victoza® is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise.
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. a real act of heroism, three americans helped take down a suspected gunman on a high speed train from amsterdam to paris. you're be looking at the three americans right there. we heard from a british national who also helped hold down this success pictuspect until they w get help. we expect to hear from the americans live and of course when that happen, we'll take their story. meantime, concerns over an all-out war between north and south korea. maybe easing. north korea had given the south an ultimatum to stop its propaganda broadcast by today. now both sides are holding talks. but north korean dictator kim jong-un still have front line troops in what is being called a are war time state. earlier in the week there was an
exchange of arrest it witillery. bruce clinger joins me, a former cia deputy. good to see you. >> thanks. >> so threats and brinkmanship are nothing new, but in seems initially tense. is north korea trying to position itself for new demands or is something else going on? >> we woke up this morning expecting to see the results of the ultimatum north korea had given, but instead we had a surprise meeting. so it appears north korea may have stepped back at least a little from the edge of a crisis. that said, there is still elements in place that could lead to increasing potential for another tactical clash. north korea tips s tocontinues threaten, they have increased their military training. south korea has vowed a stern response and they vowed to expand the propaganda broadcast which triggered the most recent
provocation. >> and you were planning to head to south korea tomorrow i understand. so what is your expect takes of what you'll learn on the ground there? >> well, with north korea, we never know if we're on the on ramp or off-ramp to tension. so it's still a high level military exercise that goes on which in the past north korea has said was a prelude to an invasion, declaration of war and would justify any kind of north korea attack. so we could have an increase in tensions and other confrontation along the dmz. or conversely, this unexpected senior level talks could lead toto to todydy fusion of the tension. >> these military exercises ham at least once a year. so what's different? >> north korea sometimes will ratchet up tensions. the last time in march and april of 2013, it was threatening nuclear war against the u.s.,
was threatening tactical attacks along disputed islands. site of two attacks in 2010. so sometimes they raise the tension during these military exercises. other times they don't. this sometime more like that april of 2013 when there was growing concern. >> all right. bruce, thank you so much from washington. appreciate it. the americans involved in thwarting that terror attack in france are expected to speak at any moment now. and when they do, we'll take it live. toenail fungus? seriously? smash it with jublia! jublia is a prescription medicine proven to treat toenail fungus. use jublia as instructed by your doctor. look at the footwork! most common side effects include ingrown toenail, application site redness, itching, swelling, burning or stinging, blisters, and pain. smash it! make the call and ask your doctor if jublia is right for you. new larger size now available.
i heard some glass breaking. and then i saw somebody running down the aisle to the front of the train. i was facing towards the back. i then stood up to see what was happening. i saw a man with what i think was an ak-47. anyway, it was some kind of a machine gun or submachine gun. my first reaction was to sit down and hide. then i heard one guy, an american, say go get him. and i heard another american say don't you do that buddy. or i think that was it. so then i decided that perhaps it was really the only time or only chance was to act as a team and try to take over the terrorist, i suppose he's a terrorist.
so what i then did, i jumped up and i was actually the fourth person to begin working on the terrorist. the other person who was there before me was anthony sadler, who is the student. i clarified alexander skarlatos is from the national guard in the united states and spencer stone is from the u.s. air force. [ inaudible question ] >> no, no, no, not at all. >> you saw people running the other way. what made you decide to take on the gunman? >> i think it was actually very rapid reasoning. he had a came latch because he had a magazine full. i don't know how many magazines he had. my thought was, okay, i'm probably going to die anyway. so let's go.
i'd rather be active than simply sit in the corner and be shot. [ inaudible question ] speaking in [ speaking in foreign language ] ] >> you're listening to chris norman there describe how he says he was the fourth person to help hold down this suspect on that high speed train. the three americans that he overheard saying go get him. don't do that buddy, talking to
the gunman once they spotted the cakalashnikov and ultimately a x cutter, too. one of the americans has been hospitalized because he did get severely cut up. you saw some of the video on the train earlier. you saw there was one person laying down who was kind of bloodied up. that was one of americans after helping to it tai take dounlg w suspect. and then you see right there hog tied apparently chris nor are man described earlier you how he used his neck tie are or someone's neck tie to actually tie up the suspect. there is one of the other americans bloodied up. we're waiting right now outside of the hospital in france for any one of the three americans who helped take down this suspect to emerge and of course
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take a look since 2009. you can barely see last week's blip. you can barely see it. that shows you a market that has gone straight up with hardly any corrections. so it looks like now we're getting that correction. >> in other ways how might people be impacted by this, not just the investor, but is it by way of the gas prices, oil impact? >> that's a good question. i think ulg s i think you will see $2 gas by halloween. so the crash in the commodities market and oil prices is good for consumers, but it's unsettling for investors. so sad for your 401(k), but very good for your monthly budget. the federal reserve will raise interest rates eventually. we don't know when exactly. we think september, maybe december. that will affect every single person because it means your variable interest rate, credit cards will go up, any car loans
you have, a new car loan will cost more. a mortgage will go up. so if you have to refinance a mortgage or you're getting a mortgage, t do it right now. so there is a lot in flux with your money. >> and as it pertains to the 401(k)s, just hold tight and hope that it will get better. >> close your eyes, make sure you're balanced properly. on your birthday look at your allocations and make sure they're appropriate and that should be good enough. >> okay. and then breathe. thanks, appreciate it. raging wildfires have prompted an emergency declaration by president obama. we'll go live right after this. across america, people like basketball hall of famer
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massacre on a high speed train in belgium are expected to talk very soon. we look at this video, however, they tackled the gunman, even hogtying him in this dramatic takedown. you can see as it's moving around, you eventually see one person laying -- that's the suspect that apparently one of the british nationals who also helped the americans take the suspect down said he used a neck tie to help hog tie him and the other person without the shirt is one of the americans, one of the three americans who helped take down the suspect. he got injured and he remains hospitalized. thi nick robert is where the hospital is located where the one american is still being treated and we hope at any moment now right, nic, to hear from one if not two, maybe three of the americans?
not a good sign. you're not able to hear nicp we need to get a better signal and when we do, we will redirect with nic robertson to give us more. meantime, let's talk about out west, hundreds of wildfires burning throughout the damaging flames so severe that president obama has signed an emergency declaration to send aid to places like washington state. and that's where we find stephanie elam. she's following the latest developments. so what is happening there? >> reporter: you're talking about a great swathe of the western region burning and you have 17 states that have fires burning and some of them are categorized as large. about 66 as large. and because of that, resources are being depleted throughout the area and including here in washington state as they battle these blazes.
more than 250 wildfires are burning in 17 states. >> they're all extreme. they're all big, really bad and all at the same time. >> reporter: in hard hit washington state, 390,000 acres are on fire, more than 3,000 firefighters and 26 planes are battling the flames. >> it's all hands on deck. and as you can imagine with so many fires, it's tough. >> reporter: on friday, president obama signed an emergency declaration allowing federal resources to move in. as firefighters work to save homes and evacuate residents from harm's way. >> they're committed. they're tired, working long hours. they're not getting sleep. they're getting chased from one house to another. but they're giving it their best. doing a great job. >> reporter: and what was once a three story home is left smoldering and reduced to ashes. >> i don't ever remember seeing anything like this.
>> reporter: some of the evacuees camped in a home depot parking lot. >> it's so sad because i love where we live. i love the grandeur, the beauty, the wildlife. >> reporter: with resources stretched thin, about 200 active duty sources are joining the fight against the fires. the situation is so desperate the state is now asking volunteers to help dig fire lines. and these residents helped knock down flare ups close to their hopes with boots and shovels. >> everybody is so stretched thin around here right now. it's just what we do, we go out there and protect our own, our friends, everything. >> we all come together when we have to. >> reporter: the state is also mourning the deaths of three firefighters who died in twisp when flame overtook their vehicle after it crashed. four others were also hurt, one critically. >> we know the danger is always there.
you hope it never happens and when it does, it's tough. >> reporter: and part of what is the problem here besides the fact that there have been stiff winds in the area, there is also pact that washington state has also been plagued with a drought much like california which make which makes it easy for the wild fires to spread and so much that they're asking civilians to help out and fight the fires fred. >> stephanie, what about the residence that say that they have been there all of their lives and nothing like this has happened. when will they get a chance to access the damage of their homes? >> reporter: it depends. it's case by case. every two hours they're letting residence come in and see their house to a point. if you're past the other point, you don't get to go and see your house. they line up, and this is where the road is closed and they have to be escorted up there and make sure that everything is safe. they have to burn down any
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all right. two people are in jail after a peaceful protest turned vie lebt. protest ers were outraged that a jury could not reach a verdict on charges against officer randall. he was on trial after shooting for value ten times. the officer said that he feared for his life and had no choice but to fire when he ran towards him. they saw the dash cam video, but the shooting occurred off camera. police are investigating a deadly shooting at a federal building in lower manhattan. 68-year-old kevin dawning walked up and shot a guard with a handgun. he then turned the gun on himself. there's no indication that the incident was linked to terrorism. now winning in court too. the former nba mega star being awarded $8.9 million. this after a grocery store chain
used his name without asking back in 2009. here is the add that started it all. this was featured in sport's illustrated and congratulating him and then offering a $2 off coupon for steak. he says that he is going to donate that money to a charity of his choice. head to head with ted cruz at the iowa state fwar the candidate discriminates and cruz says that christians are being persecuted. well, during the exchange cruz is seen. >> what she could not be doing is persecuting people who follow their faith. one of the couples that's going
to be featured tonight. >> what about the -- >> well, what we're saying right now is actually we're saying that bible believing christians. for example. >> and no -- >> i am happy to answer the question but not to have a back and forth debate. >> okay. that exchange went on for five minutes and cruz kuth off the dialogue and simply walking away. baylor university has ordered an investigation of the assault case of an ex football player. 22-year-old sam the one time all american was sentenced on friday to 180 days in jail and ten years probation for sexually assaulting a former baylor soccer player.
>> he sat quietly as a jury convicted him of a sexual assault. the scandal lies partly in his part. early 2013 he a freshman all american is dismiss from the boise football team after a confrontation with a girlfriend. in may of that year he transfers to baylor university nearly 1,700 miles away in his home state of texas. his head coach says that he knew nothing of the problems of his past. an issue that would surface less than five months after the transfer when he is accused of an on campus sexual assault against a soccer player. >> he never played a down for us. it's an unfortunate situation for all involved. that's all that we have to say about it. >> baylor is accused of miss
handling the rape investigation. they did investigate it, but suspended the case without looking at the medical evidence and the victims rape kit. in a statement to the media baylor university said a decision was rendered to move to a full investigation hearing. in the investigation the waco police detectives said that there was not enough evidence to make an arrest. they sent it to the prosecutors that brought it to the grand jury. he was finally indicted in late june of 2014 eight months after the incident. speaking to reporters before friday's practice, baylor's coach said that he followed protocol. >> nobody is going do that with a prior conviction or a really an allegation. like i said we made our decision
on the knowledge that we had two years ago. >> nick with cnn atlanta. >> all right. we have so much more straight ahead in the news room, and it all starts right now. hello and thanks for joining us. we're waiting to hear from the heros who helped with the train. that was making the way from amsterdam to paris. what we understand is that according to a british national earli earlier, he explained how he tried to help out and how he had to be the fourth person to help out. >> i am relieved that no one got killed. it could have been a real problem. there's no question about that. >> i am really proud of my friend that he just reacted so