Police Chasing O.J. Simpson
Scenes of the LAPD following the white Bronco SUV driven by A.C. Cowlings in a low speed chase as O..J. Simpson attempts to evade the police when he becomes a suspect in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, followed by a report that Cowlings appeared in court during the Simpson trial. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
USA: O.J. SIMPSON ALLEGED ROAD RAGE INCIDENT
TAPE_NUMBER: EF01/0159 IN_TIME: 19:08:29 // 19:38:46 LENGTH: 02:42 SOURCES: Shots 1-5 = WSVN. 6-7 = US POOL, the rest = APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA O-J Simpson surrendered himself to police authorities in Miami on Friday on charges stemming from an alleged road rage incident in December. Simpson's lawyer decribed the incident as a misunderstanding. O-J Simpson walked into a Miami-Dade County jail at noon Friday, then was taken to an unmarked police car and driven to the back of the sprawling jail to be processed. A Florida motorist accuses Simpson of reaching into his car and pulling off his glasses. Outside the police station, Simpson's lawyer Yale Galanter read a statement to the press. He said Simpson had not been the aggressor in the road rage incident in question. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Mr. Simpson is thankful for the professionalism shown by the Metro Dade police department and the state attorney's office in allowing him to self surrender this morning. As you are aware, Mr Simpson was involved in a road rage misunderstanding on December 4, 2000. Mr. Simpson was not the aggressor in that incident. Mr. Simpson is prepared to allow his lawyers to guide him through the legal system of Dade County. Mr. Simpson wanted me to tell you that he wishes to be an important part of this community and wishes to assimilate well into it. As a single father raising two children here in Miami-Dade County, his only goal is to be a great father and good provider to his children. He looks forward to putting this unfortunate misunderstanding behind him." SUPER CAPTION: Yale Galanter, OJ Simpson's lawyer Galanter explained that Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office contacted Simpson and his attorney several days ago to negotiate his surrender. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Sometime two or three days ago, the state attorney's office made a decision to file these charges. We were contacted, negotiated the surrender, although there wasn't much of a negotiation. I mean, as you can see, we brought him here at the appointed time, at the appointed place. I'd just like to know how you guys found out about it." SUPER CAPTION: Yale Galanter, OJ Simpson's lawyer Motorist Jeffrey Pattinson says Simpson scratched him when he pulled off his glasses. Pattinson says Simpson confronted him after he honked his horn at Simpson for driving through a stop sign. Simpson has denied wrongdoing. SHOTLIST: Miami and Los Angeles - February 9, 2001 WSVN - Miami - February 9, 2001 1. OJ entering police station 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Yale Galanter, OJ's lawyer 3. OJ Simpson in Garage, waving to cameras 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Yale Galanter, OJ's lawyer 5. Simpson leaving US POOL - FILE - Los Angeles, California, USA - October 3, 1995 6. OJ Simpson receiving verdict at criminal trial 7. Cutaway of crowd in courtroom with Goldman's father Ted and sister Kim APTN File - 17, June, 1994 8. Aerial wide shot of Bronco chase on LA freeway APTN File - 13 June, 1994 9. Medium shot of crime scene APTN File - 17, June, 1994 10. Slow motion shot of car driving by with OJ Simpson in back seat in police custody ?
Police Chase; 3/26/1994
story of high-speed chase; culprit in back of police car
1990s NEWS
08/30/1994 PERP WALK OF FARRAKHAN FOLLOWERS NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE BARRACKS, NEWARK, NJ -NJ STATE POLICE OFFICERS AND CARS ESCORT HANDCUFFED BLACK MALE INTO BUILDING -PORT AUTHORITY POLICE SPOKESMAN MAKES STATEMENT TO PRESS ABOUT PERP'S, CARNELL CHASE, FORMER ASSAULT OF A COP, PUSHED INTO TRAFFIC -PERP WALKED TO STATE POLICE CAR
120 MPH CHASE
TWO SEPARATE, FAST-MOVING HIGH SPEED CAR CHASES HAVE RACED THROUGH SEVERAL METRO AREA COMMUNITIES WITHIN THE LAST TWO DAYS. THE MEN POLICE WERE CHASING ARE BEHIND BARS. THE LATEST CHASE HAPPENED ON THE EYE-75 FREEWAY IN MONROE EARLY THIS MORNING. IT ENDED IN A DANGEROUS COLLISION THAT LEFT BEHIND A HEAP OF TWISTED AND SMASHED METAL.
A semi truck careens over the median as police cars slide into a roadblock.
A semi truck careens over the median as police cars slide into a roadblock.
ANTI - CHASE DEVICE (6/24/1994)
IT IS A FACT THAT MANY PEOPLE DIE OR ARE INJURED EACH YEAR DURING LAW ENFORCEMENT CHASES. SO LAW OFFICERS IN TULSA ARE BEING EQUIPPED WITH A NEW DEVICE TO CUT BACK ON THOSE LONG AND DANGEROUS PURSUITS. THEY WILL BE USING A PORTABLE DEVICE SIMILAR TO THE ONE-WAY METAL SPIKES THAT ARE USED TO CONTROL TRAFFIC AT PARKING LOTS. THE PLAN IS FOR THE OFFICERS TO GET AHEAD OF THE SUSPECT AND PUT THE DEVICES IN THE ROAD. THE TIRES OF THE FLEEING VEHICLES ARE PUNCTURED, BRINGING THEIR FLIGHT TO A HALT. THE SPIKES ARE MEANT TO STAY IN THE TIRE AFTER IT IS PIERCED. OFFICIALS SAY CONTROL IS MAINTAINED AND THE VEHICLES COME TO A SAFE STOP.
USA: O.J. SIMPSON ALLEGED ROAD RAGE INCIDENT (2)
TAPE_NUMBER: EF01/0160 IN_TIME: 20:34:14 - 22:00:44 LENGTH: 03:02 SOURCES: Shots 1-6 = WSVN. 7-8 = US POOL, the rest = APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA O-J Simpson surrendered himself to police authorities in Miami on Friday on charges stemming from an alleged road rage incident in December. Simpson's lawyer described the incident as a misunderstanding. O-J Simpson walked into a Miami-Dade County jail at noon Friday, then was taken to an unmarked police car and driven to the back of the sprawling jail to be processed. A Florida motorist accuses Simpson of reaching into his car and pulling off his glasses. Outside the police station, Simpson's lawyer Yale Galanter read a statement to the press. He said Simpson had not been the aggressor in the road rage incident in question. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Mr. Simpson is thankful for the professionalism shown by the Metro Dade police department and the state attorney's office in allowing him to self surrender this morning. As you are aware, Mr Simpson was involved in a road rage misunderstanding on December 4, 2000. Mr. Simpson was not the aggressor in that incident. Mr. Simpson is prepared to allow his lawyers to guide him through the legal system of Dade County. Mr. Simpson wanted me to tell you that he wishes to be an important part of this community and wishes to assimilate well into it. As a single father raising two children here in Miami-Dade County, his only goal is to be a great father and good provider to his children. He looks forward to putting this unfortunate misunderstanding behind him." SUPER CAPTION: Yale Galanter, OJ Simpson's lawyer Galanter explained that Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office contacted Simpson and his attorney several days ago to negotiate his surrender. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The state called Mr. Simpson and they gave him the option of turning himself in to the detention centre or they would issue a warrant for his arrest. It is my understanding that he consulted with his attorneys and he turned himself in today at the Turner Guilford Knight corrections facility. Currently he was charged with two charges, he was charged with burglary to an occupied conveyance which is a felony charge and also with simple battery." SUPER CAPTION: Vanessa Cook, Miami Dade Police Department Motorist Jeffrey Pattinson says Simpson, one of America's most popular football stars, scratched him when he pulled off his glasses. Pattinson says Simpson confronted him after he honked his horn at Simpson for driving through a stop sign. Simpson has denied wrongdoing. A jury acquitted Simpson of the June 1994 slayings of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. In a subsequent civil trial, Simpson was found liable for the killings in a suit filed by their families. He was ordered to pay 33.5 (m) million U-S dollars in damages. Simpson moved to the Miami area early last year. Since 1999, police have responded four times to reported disturbances between Simpson and his on-and-off girlfriend, Christie Prody. He was not charged in any of those incidents. SHOTLIST: Miami and Los Angeles - February 9, 2001 WSVN - Miami - February 9, 2001 1. OJ entering police station 2. Mugshot of O-J Simpson 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Yale Galanter, OJ's lawyer 4. OJ Simpson in Garage, waving to cameras 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vanessa Cook, Miami Dade Police Department 6. Simpson leaving US POOL - FILE - Los Angeles, California, USA - October 3, 1995 7. OJ Simpson receiving verdict at criminal trial 8. Cutaway of crowd in courtroom with Goldman's father Ted and sister Kim APTN File - 17, June, 1994 9. Aerial wide shot of Bronco chase on LA freeway APTN File - 13 June, 1994 10. Medium shot of crime scene APTN File - 17, June, 1994 11. Slow motion shot of car driving by with OJ Simpson in back seat in police custody ?
1990s NEWS
OCT 07, 1994 PD PURSUIT RESULTS IN 3 DOA, DEAD ON ARRIVAL LIE AT FRANCIS LEWIS BLVD, QUEENS -FDNY FIREFIGHTERS AND NYPD POLICE ON HIGHWAY ACCIDENT SCENE AT NIGHT, AMBULANCES WITH LIGHTS AN SIRENS, BIG EMERGENCY PERSONNEL RESPONSE -SMASHED JEEP, BYSTANDERS WATCH FROM OVERPASS, EMTS CARRY COVERED BODIES TO AMBULANCES, COP WITH "DETECTIVE TOOLKIT" JACKET -CLOTHES TAKEN OFF LIMP BODY OF DEAD WHITE MALE, TERRIBLE, EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHS WRAP UP BODY AND REMOVE TO AMBULANCE, THREE BODIES AS A RESULT OF POLICE DEPARTMENT CHASE, PARAMEDICS ON SCENE WITH ORANGE HELMETS -FLATTENED OVERTURNED CAR ON LONG ISLAND EXPRESSWAY -EMT OFFICIAL MAKES STATEMENT, LT JAMES SCULLY ABOUT FATALITES AND CHASE. TWO SEPARATE ACCIDENTS -SECOND ACCIDENT SCENE, DETECTIVES WRITE REPORT, POLE DOWN, MANGLED CAR AGAINST GUARD RAIL -SIGN FOR FRANCIS LEWIS BLVD
Police Car; 5/20/1994
Police car is Camarro, POV on road; cops chase dragsters
Two police cars block of a street after chasing a semi truck speeding down the street.
Two police cars block of a street after chasing a semi truck speeding down the street.
BROTHERS CHASE AND CRASH
TWO TEENAGE BROTHERS LEAD AUTHORITIES ON A 15-MILE CHASE IN A 1994 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS STOLEN FROM AN AUTO DEALER AND VEHICLE HAD NO LICENSE PLATES; 10 MINUTE CHASE REACHED SPEEDS OF 120 MPH; TEENAGE SUSPECTS WERE AGE 14 AND 15;
Several police cars speed along a rain-slicked street.
Several police cars speed along a rain-slicked street.
Germany Zundel - Man deported from Canada to face charges of denying Holocaust
NAME: GER ZUNDEL 020305Nx TAPE: EF05/0194 IN_TIME: 10:13:33:21 DURATION: 00:02:25:07 SOURCES: ARD DATELINE: Mannheim, 2 Mar 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Prison van carrying Ernst Zundel arrives at Mannheim Courthouse, drives into courtyard 2. Guard locking the gate to courtyard 3. Zundel (with plastic bag) guarded by police entering court building 4. Various of exteriors Mannheim Courthouse 5. Various of prison van arriving at courthouse 6. Prison van parked in courthouse courtyard 7. Zundel guarded by police entering prison car 8. Prison car drive out of courtyard and down street, media chase van STORYLINE: A German judge ordered white supremacist Ernst Zundel to be held in jail after arraigning him on Wednesday on charges of denying the Holocaust and inciting hatred. A day after being deported from Canada, Zundel made no statement at the closed arraignment hearing in the southwestern city of Mannheim, court spokesman Ulrich Krehbiel said. The judge remanded Zundel into a Mannheim jail. German prosecutors had a 2003 arrest warrant against Zundel for decades of anti-Semitic activities, including repeated denials of the Holocaust - a crime in Germany. Because Zundel''s Holocaust-denying Web site is available in Germany, he is considered to be spreading his message to Germans. Canadian authorities deported Zundel, 65, after a federal judge ruled that his activities were not only a threat to national and international security. Born in Germany in 1939, Zundel emigrated to Canada in 1958 and lived in Toronto and Montreal until 2001. Canadian officials rejected his attempts to obtain citizenship in 1966 and 1994. Zundel has operated Samisdat Publishing, a leading distributor of Nazi propaganda, since the 1970s. Over the past decade, he has been a key content provider for a website dedicated to Holocaust denial. Zundel has claimed he is a peaceful man with no criminal record against him in Canada.
1990s NEWS
09/08/1994 OPERATION CLEAN HOUSE PROSTITUTION RAID VARIOUS LOCATION IN QUEENS -POLICE OFFICERS IN HOUSE WITH SCREAMING WOMAN -136-11 HOUSE NUMBER, COP WITH PUBLIC MORALS JACKET, ASIAN WOMEN, PROSTITUTES, SEX WORKERS, ASIAN JOHN WALKS OUT OF BROTHEL AND WAVES GOODBYE, LAUGHING -ASIAN FAMILY WATCHES, PROSTITUTES HANDCUFFED ARE LED OUT OF HOUSE, PERP WALK -FEMALE COP FRISKS ASIAN MALE IN BRICK HOUSE, "JOHN" -COPS CHASING PROSTITUTES AS THEY TRY TO FLEE -LOOKS LIKE FLUSHING, ASIAN PROSTITUTES, SEX WORKERS HIDE IN BACK OF CAR -SIGN FOR QUEENS KOREAN AMERICAN SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER -STREET SIGN: BROADWAY AND 74 ST
Police Chase; 3/11/1994
EXT deli (night); cop flatbed tows bashed up car away
US Bar Attack - Off duty police officer attacks a female bar tender in Chicago
NAME: US BAR FIGHT 20070322I TAPE: EF07/0346 IN_TIME: 11:01:53:24 DURATION: 00:02:15:02 SOURCES: ABC/CCTV DATELINE: Chicago, 21 March 2007/File RESTRICTIONS: see script SHOTLIST: Handout Video CCTV Chicago, Illinois - 19 February 2007 1. Surveillance video showing attack ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet Chicago, Illinois - 21 March 2007 2. Wide of victim 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Karolina (no last name given), Victim: "I remember that I was laying down and he tried to kick me. And then most of the time, I just didn't know what was going on, I just want to get out from there. I just wanted this to be done. At one moment, I just started to realise that if I'm hitting him more then he's going to hit me more and more and more. Then, I actually stopped fighting." Handout Video CCTV Chicago, Illinois - 19 February 2007 4. Surveillance video showing attack STORYLINE: An off-duty police officer caught on video by a bar surveillance camera beating up a female bartender in Chicago, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with aggravated battery. Anthony Abbate, a 12-year veteran of the Chicago force, was charged with aggravated battery and placed on leave pending an internal investigation in the attack 19 February as several bystanders watched, a department spokeswoman said on Wednesday. She said Abbate is expected to be fired. The video from Jessie's Short Stop Inn Tavern, aired around the United States, shows the 115 kilograms Abbate shouting at the 55 kilograms bartender, then walking behind the bar and punching, kicking and throwing her to the ground. The woman, whose full name hasn't been released, suffered bruises to her head, neck, back and lower body. Her attorney, Terry Ekl, did not immediately return a call on Wednesday. The woman, known only as, Karolina (no last name given), told an interviewer for ABC News, "I remember that I was laying down and he tried to kick me. And then most of the time, I just didn't know what was going on, I just want to get out from there. I just wanted this to be done. At one moment, I just started to realise that if I'm hitting him more then he's going to hit me more and more and more. Then, I actually stopped fighting." Prosecutors say the bartender tried to stop him from attacking another patron. Abbate chased the patron behind the bar, at one point wielding a chair, according to a spokeswoman for the Cook County state's attorney's office. Abbate, 38, was arrested Tuesday night at his home. Bond said authorities were notified of the incident on 21 February but were unable to locate Abbate until mid-March. He was held on 70-thousand US dollars bond on Wednesday. Abbate's lawyer, William Fahey, did not return calls seeking comment. He told the Chicago Tribune that his client had completed a substance abuse treatment program and had never been disciplined since joining the police department in 1994.
A semi truck speeds down a rain-slicked street as a police car pulls off to the side of the street.
A semi truck speeds down a rain-slicked street as a police car pulls off to the side of the street.
O J Folo; 6/18/1994
OJ leaves police HQ, OJ mug shot, Bronco chase; Williams, DA speak
1990s NEWS
EVENTS IN AND AROUND NYC FEB 5-6 1994 2-4-94 ONE HOUR OLD INFANT DOA IN BACKYARD BAG 206-55 46 AV, QN 2-4-94 PRESSER & WALk PUSH-IN ROBBERIES (48 PCT BX) 2-4-94 ONE HOUR OLD CHIKLD’S MOTHER ARRESTED 11TH PRECINCT 45-06 215TH STREET (QUEENS) 2-4-94 JEWELRY STORE HEIST TURNS SOUR 8422 5TH AVENUE (BKLYN) 2-5-94 CON EDISON TRUCK ABLAZE 32 PLACE & QUEENS BLVD. (QNS) 2-5-94 POLICE CHASE FROM S.I. TO BROOKLYN SUNSET PARK AREA (NR. 39 ST. & GOWANUS) (BKLYN) 2-5-94 ANOTHER GOTTI FAMILY MEMBER ARRESTED 103RD PRECINCT QNS 2-5-94 SHOOTOUT IN THE BEAUTY PARLOR 469 FULTON STREET BKLYN 2-5-94 4-ALARM FIRE RAGES OUT OF CONTROL W187TH STREET AND FORT WASHINGTON (MN) 2-6-94 NY HOSPITAL BEGINS CONSTRUCTION OF NEW BUILDING E 70TH AND FDR 2-6-94 PERPS WHO ATTACKED WOMAN ARRESTED 50TH PCT
POLICE CHASE/ CATCH DAD IN MURDER OF KIDS (10/28/1994)
A YOUNG BROTHER AND SISTER ARE DEAD AND A THIRD CHILD IS MISSING AND THE CHILDREN'S FATHER IS BEING HELD FOR QUESTIONING. 37 YEAR OLD ALEJANDRO BUENROSTRO IS IN CUSTODY, FOLLOWING A MORNING LONG SEARCH FOR HIM. BUENROSTRO HAD BEEN DRIVING A YELLOW MUSTANG AND POLICE SPOTTED THE CAR ON THE FREEWAYS. THEY FOLLOWED FOR SEVERAL MILES AND THEN STOPPED BUENROSTRO IN THE SILVER LAKE DISTRICT NEAR DOWNTOWN L.A. POLICE HAD HOPED TO FIND BUENROSTRO'S 4 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER IN THE CAR WITH HIM, BUT SHE WASN'T THERE. THE STORY UNRAVELED WHEN THE CHILDREN'S MOTHER RAN INTO A POLICE STATION ABOUT 6:30 THIS MORNING AND SAID THE ESTRANGED FATHER HAD APPEARED AT HER APARTMENT AND SHE WAS AFRAID OF HIM. POLICE RESPONDED AND FOUND TWO CHILDREN, AGEST 8 AND 10, DEAD AS A RESULT OF KNIFE WOUNDS. AUTHORITIES FROM LOS ANGELES TO SAN DIEGO WERE NOTIFIED IN CASE BUENROSTRO FLED FOR THE BORDER.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: SLICK RICK
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9925A IN_TIME: 10:34:22 LENGTH: 04:23 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance, music/ performance rights must be cleared FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: xfa SLICK RICK LEAVES PRISON BEHIND Story: Slick Rick Location: U.S.A Date: 19th June 1999 English-born, Bronx-raised rapper SLICK RICK, who as MC RICKY D, made one of hip-hop's breakthrough records, 1985's "THE SHOW"/"LA-DI-DA-DI" with DOUG E. FRESH and the GET FRESH CREW, is back on the music scene again with a new album, THE ART OF STORYTELLING. APTN caught up with him on the set of his latest video . The jewelry-laden, eyepatch-wearing Ricky D had a novel rapping style--sing-song with an arch English accent--and prodigious lyrical skills. His 1988 solo debut THE GREAT ADVENTURES OF SLICK RICK, which came across as a wit-filled narrative cross between Bob Dylan (the storytelling) and Richard Pryor (the motormouth delivery), was a platinum hit, but Rick's life was changed by an incident that closely mirrored the plot of his track "CHILDREN'S STORY": He shot his cousin on a Bronx street corner on July 3, 1990, and crashed his car after a police chase. Rick was sentenced to three-and-a-half to ten years for attempted murder in the second degree. While out on three weeks' bail he hastily chopped out two albums worth of material and several promo videos. The records, 1991's THE RULER'S BACK and 1994's BEHIND BARS, sold moderately well but were disappointing after the pioneering Great Adventures. There was more trouble in 1995 when the INS threatened the imprisoned Rick with deportation upon his release, and he was removed from a prison work-release program, to which he was later restored. Summer 1996, the date of his release, brought the rapper a hit single, "I Like," recorded with R&B star Montell Jordan for the soundtrack of Eddie Murphy's THE NUTTY PROFESSOR. (Jordan's breakthrough hit "This Is How We Do It" sampled "Children's Story.") And so to the Art of Storytelling. Collaborations on the album highlight Slick Rick's obvious influences on the new crop of emcees currently on top. Included on the album are NAS, RAEKWON of Wu-Tang and BIG BOI of Outkast. SHOTLIST: GVS FEMALE DANCERS PRACTISE STEPS : PAN TO SLICK RICKY ARRIVING AND WALKING ONTO STAGE ; SOT RICKY (ON PRISON EXPERIENCE) ; WS RICKY PERFORMANCE FOR VIDEO ; SOT RICKY (ON BAD ALBUMS HE RECORDED WHILE OUT ON BAIL AND ON HIS NEW ALBUM) ; AERIAL SHOT RICKY AND DANCERS PERFORMANCE ; SIDESHOT SAME ; SOT RICKY ; RICKY PERFORMANCE ; MONITOR SHOT OF SAME ; SOT RICKY (ON NEW SINGLE) ; PAN AUDIENCE TO RICKY AND DANCERS ?
SIMPSON MURDER SITE FLOWERS (06/12/1996)
Lawyer Gloria Allred leaves flowers at the site of the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman on the second anniversary of their deaths.
2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 4/18-20/06 HISTORICAL, CRIME SCENES, PRESIDENT HU VISIT, QUEEN ELIZABETH BIRTHDAY, TROUBLE IN MIDDLE EAST 4/19/1993 WACO BURNS actually, this is the Davidian compound burning. Waco burning down would be a much bigger fire; 4/19/1995 OKC BOMBING Aerial smoke rising from federal bldg, ground scenes. 4/18/2005 NEW POPE ELECTED Vatican activity MA HWY STANDOFF ARRAIGNMENT prisoner, emergency vehicles blocking hwy. MI RAPPER KILLED NX crime scene sidewalk cordoned off TX CENTERPOINT ENERGY traffic signal flashing red, electric generator, power lines. WI THOUSANDS MARCH Aerial protest march; IN CHILD LEFT IN CAR Kroger PARKING lot, woman arrested. ATV ACCIDENT court scenes. TX FOUR TEENS SHOT school bus ;NX numbered evidence on street, crime scene. RUMSFELD ON RESIGNING press conf. CHINA WA PRES HU ARRIVAL Chinese welcome at airport; WA HU SUPPORTERS/PROTESTERS Aerial motorcade on hwy, protesters with banners along road. MO WORKPLACE SHOOTING Aerial onlookers ;Aerial ambulance. CHENEY VISITS 24TH INFANTRY speech. MI GOV TO SELL E-85 FUEL publicity stunt; MI RAPPER KILLED vigil. 4/22/1954 MCCARTHY HEARINGS Capitol, hearings. NO TITLE Aerial smoggy cityscape, pov from plane...more ;4/22/1994 NIXON DIES Clinton announces death. 4/22/1993 HOLOCAUST MUSEUM speech, Clinton helps light eternal flame ;CHINA YALE PROTEST HU VISIT Falun Gong members, Chinese counter-protest. MA GAS PRICES gas station, traffic, website ;PRINCE CHARLES TRIBUTE Prince CHARLES wishes Queen Elizabeth II happy birthday, young Charles & Anne, Elizabeth's coronation, Queen touring ;TX STORM DAMAGE NX commuters struggle thru heavy rainfall, city street, DX fallen tree, jack-knifed truck, broken window ;UKRAINE AFTER CHERNOBYL Danger sign, checkpoint, neat old Soviet sign, Lenin statue, nuclear power plant; MIDDLE EAST PROTEST NX crowd gathered, firing guns in air, vigilante group, armed men & reporters rush into courthouse ;MIDDLE EAST CLASHES WITH POLICE Israeli police carry away protester, arresting man, soldiers tussle, ambulance in city ;ITALY CARDINALS STANCE ON CONDOMS cardinal, Vatican. TX GAS EXPLOSION. NEPAL PROTEST CLASH riot police chase protesters, injured ;TURKEY BRITISH HOSTAGE FEARED DEAD. UK QUEEN BIRTHDAY DINNER Dusk kids sing & wave flags, guests arriving- Charles & Camilla etc ;NX Palace lit by laser beams, fireworks, Queen steps forth. IRAQ PARLIAMENT SENIOR SPOT hey! There's an ex-Saddam double!; MIDDLE EAST ORTHODOX EASTER CELEBRATIONS NX procession, candle-lit vigil, DX procession. NEW ORLEANS POLLS polling place ;LA CANDIDATES VOTING Ray Nagin. MIDDLE EAST DEMONSTRATE GAZA protest march. STRANGE FOOT BATH fish nibble on patients feet ;MIDDLE EAST VIOLENCE blast in street, ambulance, bullet holes in windscreen, blood on sidewalk. BELGIUM PROTEST march ;NEPAL CURFEW IGNORED men throw rocks at riot police. BUSH GOES TO CHURCH MARINE BASE Marine I lands, GW Bush walks to chapel