L.A. HIGH SPEED CHASE (5/7/2002)
POLICE CHASE A WOMAN IN A POSSIBLE STOLEN VEHICLE THROUGH THE STREETS OF LOS ANGELES. THEY WERE ABLE TO BOX THE CAR IN A CUL DE SAC AND PULL HER OUT OF HER CAR TO ARRESTED HER.
MEDIUM ANGLE FROM PEAK OF HILLY SUBURBAN STREET. SEE GRAY FORD TAURUS FOLLOWED BY BLACK CADILLAC ESCALADE TURN ONTO STREET FROM LEFT. COULD BE CAR CHASE. SEE CARS DRIVE TOWARDS AND PAST POV RIGHT. NEG CUT.
MEDIUM ANGLE FROM PEAK OF HILLY SUBURBAN STREET. SEE GRAY FORD TAURUS FOLLOWED BY BLACK CADILLAC ESCALADE TURN ONTO STREET FROM LEFT. COULD BE CAR CHASE. SEE CARS DRIVE TOWARDS AND PAST POV RIGHT. NEG CUT.
US Mexico Shooting - Eight illegal immigrants hurt in border shooting
TAPE: EF02/0513 IN_TIME: 03:11:10 DURATION: 2:11 SOURCES: Televisa RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: California - June 14-15, 2002 SHOTLIST: Imperial Desert, California - June 14 2002 1. Various of desert where illegal immigrants were found San Diego, California - June 15 2002 2. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Manuel Figueroa, Border Patrol spokesman: "In the morning, at 2:30am, some agents were patrolling west of Calexico, and they found a vehicle coming from the north of the US territory. The agents responded because the area's known as a place where people who bring illegal immigrants work. Many undocumented immigrants are brought in from there. We went to investigate and when we got there we found the vehicle, a Suburban." Imperial, California 3. Various exteriors of Regional Medical Centre 4. Close-up border patrol 5. Wide shot desert San Diego, California - June 15 2002 6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Manuel Figueroa, Border Patrol spokesman "At this point, we don't know who it was, why they were shot or what happened. We only know that the people who were injured were brought to the Centre and to Brawley and some were taken by helicopter to San Diego for their injuries. The Imperial County Sheriff's Department and the FBI are investigating. We're in contact with the Mexican consulate and the law enforcement agencies in Mexico so they are also investigating." Calexico, California 7. Pan down from Mexican consulate sign to street 8. Wide shot consulate STORYLINE: Confusion surrounds a shooting which left eight illegal immigrants wounded on the US-Mexico border on Saturday. The shooting reportedly occurred after U.S. Border Patrol officials chased two vehicles carrying illegals back into Mexico from California. As the vehicles crossed back over the border, the Mexican army reportedly ordered the vehicles to stop. Local newspapers say people smugglers in the vehicles then opened fire on the army unit, which returned fire. A Mexican defence spokeswoman said she had no information on the allegations. US Border Patrol officers later discovered the wounded immigrants in the abandoned vehicle, only yards north of the border near Calexico, California. Two of the eight injured are still listed in a serious condition in San Diego hospitals. The 23 people inside the vehicle included six women and one child. Seventeen were from El Salvador, one from Ecuador and five from Mexico. Thousands of illegal immigrants attempt to cross the border between Mexico and the United States every year.
MURDER PURSUIT (10/2/2002)
THREE MEN WANTED FOR QUESTIONING ABOUT A MURDER LEAD POLICE ON A FREEWAY CHASE IN LOS ANGELES. POLICE THERE ARRESTED THE MEN AFTER THEIR TRUCK WAS FORCED INTO A SPIN ON A RESIDENTIAL STREET.
MEDIUM ANGLE OF SMALL TOWN CITY STREET CORNER OR INTERSECTION. SEE FLAT STREET ON RIGHT AND HILLY STREET AT LEFT. SEE GRAY FORD TAURUS SPEED AROUND CORNER FOLLOWED BY BLACK CADILLAC ESCALADE. COULD BE CAR CHASE. SEE CARS DRIVE UP HILL. POV FROM GROUND. NE
MEDIUM ANGLE OF SMALL TOWN CITY STREET CORNER OR INTERSECTION. SEE FLAT STREET ON RIGHT AND HILLY STREET AT LEFT. SEE GRAY FORD TAURUS SPEED AROUND CORNER FOLLOWED BY BLACK CADILLAC ESCALADE. COULD BE CAR CHASE. SEE CARS DRIVE UP HILL. POV FROM GROUND. NEG CUT.
US Attack Drone - New unmanned X45 fighter aircraft is unveiled
TAPE: EF02/0590 IN_TIME: 03:38:29 DURATION: 2:14 SOURCES: APTN/US Air Force RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Edwards Air Force Base - July 11, 2002 SHOTLIST: APTN 11 July 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California 1. Mid shot of X-45 unmanned combat air vehicle test aircraft. 2. Close head-on shot of X-45. 3. Close side shot of X-45 4. Mid overhead shot of X-45. 5. Mid interior shot of operators monitoring X-45 flight simulation. 6. Close shot of man manipulating computer mouse. 7. Close shot of computer monitor with display of simulated X-45 flight path. US Air Force video 22 May 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California. 8. Wide shot of X-45 first flight test. APTN 11 July 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California 9. Close shot of X-45 controller. US Air Force video 22 May 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California 10. Wide shot of X-45 in flight with chase plane nearby. 11. Mid shot of X-45 in flight. APTN 11 July 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California 12. Close shot of X-45 display during press briefing. 13. Mid shot of Colonel Michael Leahy giving press briefing. 14. Close shot of display showing X-45 in flight. 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Colonel Michael Leahy, X-45 programme director, U.S. Air Force. "And one of the key features from that is that we have the warfighters involved from the beginning. Some of the folks you saw back over here are from Global Hawks. Some of our operators in that trailer over there actually deployed the Global Hawk to Afghanistan. So we've been trying to embed those lessons and get those people, we've got Predator operators and others coming in and trying to make sure that we don't miss something that they learned out there." 16. Close shot of X-45 operator looking at display of simulated flight." 17. Close shot of monitor. US Air Force video 22 May 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California 18. Mid shot of X-45 in flight. 11 July 2002, Edwards Air Force Base, California, APTN. 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Colonel Michael Leahy, X-45 program director, U.S. Air Force. "We always new that an unmanned system, by definition, doesn't put a pilot at risk. But that's not what we're about: taking people in and out of risk, it's accomplishing an effect on the battlefield. It's a nice ancillary benefit that the pilot is not at risk for that, and there may be missions to use it for. But these have to buy their way in by performing as well in those missions as a manned asset would." 20. Close shot of X-45. STORYLINE: The US Air Force is unveiling its latest robot plane, designed to survive the rigours of combat, unlike other pilot-less drones plagued by crashes on the front lines of the war on terrorism. At Edwards Air Force Base in California on Thursday, officials rolled out the new X-45. Developed by US defence researchers, the Air Force and Boeing, the sleek, tail-less jet is the first unpiloted plane to be developed specifically to carry weapons into combat. Boeing has built two X-45s so far, one trimmed in blue, the other in red. Only the blue plane has flown, on May 22 and June 13 above the Mojave Desert at the Edwards Flight Test Centre. The second aircraft will begin flight tests later this year. The two Y-shaped planes both sport a gaping air intake instead of a canopy where the pilot of a manned craft would sit. The planes have a 34-foot (10.3 metres) wingspan and are just 4 (1.2 metres) feet thick, giving them a slim, stealthy profile. Those working on the X-45 call it the "Stingray." US military officials said the slightly larger production model of the plane will be able to carry more than 3,000 pounds (1350 kilogramme) of bombs to drop on enemy radar and missile batteries, perhaps by 2010. Colonel Michael Leahy, who heads the X-45 programme, says the Air Force envisions later production models of the aircraft that could fly missions themselves, making decisions about which targets to attack. Leahy says X-45 programme engineers are learning from data gathered in America's latest war, from the use of pilotless aircraft like the Predator and Global Hawk flying over Afghanistan. Since September the 11th, at least eight robot planes used by the US military have crashed in and around Afghanistan, Iraq and the Philippines. The latest crash, of a Global Hawk reconnaissance plane, was on Wednesday in Pakistan. Despite the crashes, US military officials remain bullish on unmanned air vehicles, or UAVs. US defence researchers at the Pentagon have at least a half-dozen other UAVs and UCAVs - the "C" stands for combat - under development. Among them are jet- and rotor-driven craft, some no larger than a cake tin.
LA Car Chase (5/28/2002)
FOUR YOUNG PEOPLE ARE IN CUSTODY AFTER LEADING POLICE IN LOS ANGELES ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT ENDED WITH A HEAD ON COLLISION WITH ANOTHER CAR.
PROCESS PLATE OF BURGUNDY FORD CROWN VICTORIA DRIVING THROUGH DEVELOPMENT AREA WITH SEVERAL HOUSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION. SEE CAR TURNING AND DRIVING AROUND SEVERAL HOUSES. COULD BE A CAR CHASE.
PROCESS PLATE OF BURGUNDY FORD CROWN VICTORIA DRIVING THROUGH DEVELOPMENT AREA WITH SEVERAL HOUSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION. SEE CAR TURNING AND DRIVING AROUND SEVERAL HOUSES. COULD BE A CAR CHASE.
Entertainment: Britney Spears FILE - Singer seeks restraining order against alleged stalker
TAPE: EF02/1040 IN_TIME: 21:37:46 DURATION: 1:06 SOURCES: APTN/Broadcasting Corp RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: File, Recent SHOTLIST: APTN US - Recent 1. Various of Britney Spears 2. Britney Spears and ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake Broadcasting Corporation - must courtesy Tokyo, Japan - April 2002 3. Various of Spears performing live BRITNEY CLAIMS SHE'S BEING STALKED Pop singer Britney Spears asked to have a restraining order imposed against a 41-year-old Japanese man she claims has been stalking her since September. According to a petition filed Monday in Superior Court, Masahiko Shizawa of Yokohama, Japan has "tracked and attempted to contact" Spears at her home in Los Angeles, as well as at her second residence and one of her parents' homes, both outside California. Those attempts have ranged from sending photos of himself along with notes reading, "I'm chasing you", to showing up at Spears' home and refusing to leave when he was ordered off the property, the complaint alleges. Spears' attorney, Joel Strote of Woodland Hills, asked to have Shizawa barred from coming within 1,000 feet (300 metres) of the 21-year-old singer and from contacting her in any way. Judges are typically willing to grant temporary restraining orders on the basis of such allegations, particularly when they involve celebrities. But it was unclear Monday whether Spears' request had been granted, and Strote could not be reached for comment. A hearing would need to be held to make the injunction permanent. Spears' publicist, Lisa Kasteler, said on Monday that she had not discussed the situation with her client.
Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard Trial (Day 2) - ISAAC BARUCH - JOHNNY DEPP'S FRIEND - DIRECT
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA - APRIL 13: 11:00:54 at some point in time stop working viper room moved away in 1998. moved back december 2002. what do work returned to la. two weeks worked art gallery than went back to viper room? another year and plce changed hands. i was sideways teaching myself art. what steps. books learning how to draw paint. pursue art full time scale? yeah. working at viper room taking classes, one point club changes hands completely, given choice keep working , or johnny going to give severence. took pay fnished commuity classes and transfer to cal state 11:02:48 (Footage by Law&Crime via Getty Images)
L.A. CAR CHASE (4/29/2002)
SOME CLOSE CALLS ON THE STREETS OF LOS ANGELES TODAY AS A SUSPECTED CAR THIEF ATTEMPTS TO AVOID POLICE.
US Mexico Eclipse - People from Los Angeles down to Mexico admire eclipse
TAPE: EF02/0497 IN_TIME: 07:24:12 DURATION: 2:33 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: LA/San Jose de Cabo, Mexico, 10 June 2002 SHOTLIST: Los Angeles, California 1. Man holding boy up to look through telescope 2. Wide of children and telescope 3. Child looking through telescope 4. Safety sign 5. JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) staff member looking 6. Sun as the partial eclipse begins. 7. JPL scientist Gilbert Clark adjusting telescope. 8. JPL logo 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gilbert Clark, Program Manager, JPL. "I like both annular eclipses and total eclipses. Some people will only go out and chase down if it's a total eclipse but I actually enjoy both. You get to experience the strange sensations. The birds stop singing. The temperature drops and it tells you just how insignificant the earth is when it comes to the needs of the earth for sunlight." 10. Close-up of partial solar eclipse at height 11. People looking through telescope 12. Close up of man looking San Jose de Cabo, Mexico 13. Two women standing on beach watching eclipse start 14. Wide shot beach 15. Close up partial solar eclipse near height 16. People on beach 17. Mid shot people on beach 18. Man wearing glasses looking at eclipse 19. Partial solar eclipse at height 20. Wide shot panorama of horizon, eclipse casting shadow over land 21. Sun during eclipse STORYLINE: A partial solar eclipse was visible at sunset from most of North America and Mexico. The early evening event is called an annular, or ring-shaped, eclipse. Because the moon was closer to the Earth than during total eclipses, it only partially covered the distant sun. There won't be another eclipse visible from the United States until 2005. From some locations, more than 99 percent of the sun's disk was obscured by the moon. In Southern California, about 77 percent of the sun was covered during the height of the eclipse. The viewers were reminded never to watch an eclipse with the naked eye as severe eye damage and blindness can result. An astronomer from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, was on hand to help the neighborhood children to view the eclipse. JPL's Gil Clark is the president and director of the Telescopes in Education project. The moon's shadow will follow an 8,700-mile path, racing eastward from Asia across the Pacific Ocean at 1,000 mph. In Asia, across the International Date Line, the eclipse actually occurs Tuesday. Because it is a partial eclipse, the sun's light will be only dimmed.
Mexico US - US congressional leaders meet Mexican counterparts
TAPE: EF02/0420 IN_TIME: 22:12:44 DURATION: 2:30 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: 17 May 2002 SHOTLIST: Recent 1. Wide of Guanajuato 2. Wide University of Guanajuato May 17, 2002 3. US Ambassador to Mexico Jeffrey Davidow (in white shirt) and Mexico's Ambassador to US Juan Jose Bremen 4. Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, head of Mexico's Congressional delegation, talking to other delegates 5. Mexican and US flags 6. Representative Jim Kolbe, head of US delegation 7. Inauguration ceremony 8. Legislators listening 9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, PAN, head of Mexican delegation: "Let's examine together how to preserve our resources, and what our resources are, before we start fighting about a water that does not exist. No one should be forced to deliver the impossible." File 10. Zoom back Rio Bravo 11. Close up pipe pouring water May 16, 2002 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Representative Charles Stenholm (Democrat, Texas): "I can't stand here and tell you who's got water and who doesn't. But I can tell you that our two countries are working together to determine a middle ground approach to it and if we don't do it it will spill over into other issues that will not be helpful to the spirit of this conference that we have here and the spirit that President Bush and President Fox are attempting to get our two countries on that kind of solid friendship". File 13. Wide of man attempting to cross border and then running away chased by US border patrol 14. Mexicans sitting on border 15. Wide of man being arrested by Rio Bravo May 17, 2002 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rep. Howard Berman, Democrat California: "There are many of us in Congress who are working hard to make some progress on that . And the fact that very little has happened so far should not be a cause for despair. I still have hopes that we can accomplish more even in this session of congress." Recent 17. Wide tractor of field 18. Mexican agricultural workers May 17, 2002 19. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Gustavo Carvajal, PRI, Congressman: "Next year there will be a total opening of our borders and at the same time the US is going to subsidise its farmers while asking us not to do it. That will finish Mexico's agriculture. So we need to reach some agreements to guarantee our products in the US. I think it is better to export products than people." 20. Representatives entering working session 20 Representatives during working session 21. Wide of working session Recent 22. Aerial shot of Guanajuato's church STORYLINE: Mexican and US congressmen started a two-day meeting in Guanajuato, Mexico, on Friday to discuss a wide range of common issues such as water sharing programmes, migration and free trade. This meeting takes place every year, but this time the stakes are higher: the migration deal promised by President George W. Bush was put on hold after the September 11 attacks and Mexico is struggling lo live up to its commitments regarding a 1944 water sharing agreement. The Mexican delegation expects to put some pressure on their counterparts to finalise a deal on the delicate issue of regularising at least three million Mexicans living illegally in the US. In Mexico there is a feeling that after the September 11 attacks the migration deal has been displaced by safety issues in the US. Some US representatives here acknowledged the need to tackle the problem and expect to reach an agreement before the end of the year. On their part, the US representatives, above all those from border states like Texas or Arizona, want to analyse how Mexico is going to pay their water debt, established in a 1994 water sharing accord. The agreement says Mexico will give the US water from the Rio Bravo in exchange for water from the Rio Colorado, but it has been unable to do so in the last few years. Both sides of the border are suffering from a drought that is threatening the delivery of water for agriculture and even for human consumption in some communities.
TRACKING SHOT HAND HELD OF FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND POLICE CAR WITH FLASHING LIGHTS OR BIZBAR, SWERVING THROUGH TRAFFIC ON SUNSET BOULEVARD AND CHASING SPEEDING 2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE SUV WITH CALIFORNIA LICENSE PLATES. POLICE CHASES. HOLLYWOOD.
TRACKING SHOT HAND HELD OF FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND POLICE CAR WITH FLASHING LIGHTS OR BIZBAR, SWERVING THROUGH TRAFFIC ON SUNSET BOULEVARD AND CHASING SPEEDING 2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE SUV WITH CALIFORNIA LICENSE PLATES. POLICE CHASES. HOLLYWOOD.
MAN HITS, KILLS CHILD WHILE FLEEING POLICE (4/17/2002)
POLICE HAVE ARRESTED A MAN FOR ALLEGEDLY STRIKING AND KILLING A 10-YEAR OLD BOY WHILE THE MAN ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE FROM A POLICE PURSUIT.
HAND HELD OF FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND POLICE CAR WITH FLASHING LIGHTS OR BIZBAR, SWERVING THROUGH TRAFFIC ON SUNSET BOULEVARD AND CHASING SPEEDING 2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE SUV WITH CALIFORNIA LICENSE PLATES. POLICE CHASES. HOLLYWOOD.
HAND HELD OF FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND POLICE CAR WITH FLASHING LIGHTS OR BIZBAR, SWERVING THROUGH TRAFFIC ON SUNSET BOULEVARD AND CHASING SPEEDING 2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE SUV WITH CALIFORNIA LICENSE PLATES. POLICE CHASES. HOLLYWOOD.
BEST POLICE SQUAD CARS (10/16/2002)
A STUDY AND TEST OF VARIOUS VEHICLES TO DETERMINE THE BEST VEHICLE TO BE USED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.
World Polanski 3 - WRAP Polanski begins 4th day in detention ADDS headlines, voxpops
NAME: WOR POLA 3 20090929I TAPE: EF09/0923 IN_TIME: 10:58:49:18 DURATION: 00:02:24:16 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Various - 29 Sept 2009/FILE RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION Zurich - 29 September 2009 1. Wide view of Zurich with cyclists crossing bridge 2. Mid of Swiss flag 3. Swiss newspapers with photos of imprisoned film director Roman Polanski 4. Blick newspaper showing chalet in Gstaad owned by Polanski with headline reading (German) "Gstaad loves his money - He has been living in this luxury chalet without any problems for years" 5. Close up of photo of Polanski on the Tages Anzeiger newspaper 6. Wide of exterior of Zurich courthouse 7. Close up of bas-relief on courthouse building 8. SOUNDBITE (German) Vox pop, Local resident, no name given: "The man did something wrong. He was chased, finally he was arrested. That's the way things should be." 9. Exterior of courthouse AP TELEVISION FILE: San Sebastian, Spain - 25 August 1999 10. Mid of Roman Polanski and his wife Emmanuelle Seigner on escalator 11. Cameramen filming 12. Various of Polanski and others posing for cameras then leaving AP TELEVISION FILE: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 8 October 2002 13. Wide of Polanski with the cousin of the pianist Waldemar Szpilman 14. Audience applauding when Polanski stands in spotlight AP TELEVISION FILE: Paris, France - 26 April 2004 15. Various of Polanski posing for photographs with Barney Clark, who starred in "Oliver" AP TELEVISION FILE: Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic - 11 July 2004 16. Polanski arriving for awards ceremony 17. Polanski receiving award STORYLINE: Film director Roman Polanski, a dual Polish and French citizen, was in his fourth day of detention on Tuesday after Swiss police arrested him on Saturday on an international warrant as he arrived in Zurich to receive a lifetime achievement award from a film festival. A lawyer representing him said his legal team would file a motion on Tuesday seeking his release from the Swiss prison. Whilst Polanski's Swiss lawyer Lorenz Erni declined to comment on the case in the early hours of Tuesday, his French lawyer Herve Temime, said Polanski's legal team would try to prove that the US request was illegal and that the Oscar-winning director should be released from Swiss custody. Herve Temime told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Polanski's representatives had hoped to hand in all necessary documents to Swiss authorities on Monday. They were unable to do so, but he said that would happen on Tuesday. The United States has been seeking his extradition to California to face justice for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Authorities in Los Angeles consider Polanski a "convicted felon and fugitive." But in Paris, Polanski is a revered artist and public figure who has never had much reason to hide. Polanski's arrest in Switzerland on Saturday sparked an international outcry from prominent European supporters and drew questions about why American authorities chose to act now, even though Polanski has been living and working openly in Europe for decades. But a resident in Zurich said on Tuesday that because Polanski "did something wrong", it was fair that he would be facing justice. "The man did something wrong. He was chased, finally he was arrested. That's the way things should be," the man said. Prosecutors said on Monday that they made contact multiple times with several countries in their efforts to arrest Polanski since he fled overseas in 1978, disputing claims by the director's attorneys that they never pursued extradition because it would expose misconduct by the court that handled his sex case. Now a complicated legal process awaits all sides. While France expressed hope that Polanski would be freed shortly, Swiss officials said there would be no rash decision. The Swiss Justice Ministry on Monday did not rule out the possibility that Polanski, director of such classic films as "Chinatown" and "Rosemary's Baby," could be released on bail under very strict conditions that he did not flee Switzerland. For now, though, Polanski is living in a Zurich cell where he receives three meals a day and is allowed outside for one hour of daily exercise. Polanski has asked a US appeals court in California to overturn a judge's refusal to throw out his case. He claims misconduct by the now-deceased judge who had arranged a plea bargain and then reneged on it. A native of France who was taken to Poland by his parents and escaped Krakow's Jewish ghetto as a child during World War II, Polanski has lived for the past three decades in France, where his career has continued to flourish; he received a directing Oscar in absentia for the 2002 movie "The Pianist." He is married to French actress Emanuelle Seigner, with whom he has two children. He has avoided travelling to countries likely to extradite him. Polanski's victim, Samantha Geimer, who identified herself publicly years ago, has joined in Polanski's bid for dismissal, saying she wants the case to be over. She sued Polanski and reached an undisclosed settlement.
CHASE ENDS IN COLLISION (5/22/2002)
A CHASE INVOLVING AN ARMED ROBBER ENDS IN A HEAD ON COLLISION IN LOS ANGELES TODAY.
TRACKING SHOT HAND HELD OF FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND POLICE CAR WITH FLASHING LIGHTS OR BIZBAR, SWERVING THROUGH TRAFFIC ON SUNSET BOULEVARD AND CHASING SPEEDING 2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE SUV WITH CALIFORNIA LICENSE PLATES. POLICE CHASES. HOLLYWOOD.
TRACKING SHOT HAND HELD OF FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND POLICE CAR WITH FLASHING LIGHTS OR BIZBAR, SWERVING THROUGH TRAFFIC ON SUNSET BOULEVARD AND CHASING SPEEDING 2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE SUV WITH CALIFORNIA LICENSE PLATES. POLICE CHASES. HOLLYWOOD.
US Citigroup - Financial group agrees to settlement in Enron lawsuit
NAME: US CITY GROUP 100605N TAPE: EF05/0512 IN_TIME: 10:40:27:05 DURATION: 00:02:08:01 SOURCES: APTN/Citigroup VNR/JP Morgan VNR DATELINE: New York - 10 June 2005/FILE RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST APTN New York, FILE 1. Entrance Citigroup Centre Citigroup VNR New York, FILE 2. Aerial of Citigroup headquarters in Manhattan 3. Various shots Citibank branches APTN New York, June 10, 2005 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bob Lenzner, National Editor of Forbes Magazine: "Well, this is not the first suit that they've (Citigroup) settled. They settled Worldcom for three billion, several weeks ago. They're settling all of the lawsuits against them for their involvement in financing these companies that went under, to get it behind them while they're making such huge profits. You know I can't remember exactly how many billions of dollars they've reserved for these lawsuits, but I think it's up towards 10 billion by now if you add everything together. This is simply, they don't want to go to court and have a jury slap them with something a lot more than two billion. That's the reason for settling.'' APTN Houston, Texas, FILE 5. Various shots Enron headquarters 6. Wide tilt-up exterior of Enron building APTN New York, June 10, 2005 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bob Lenzner, National Editor of Forbes Magazine: "And by the way, this sticks it to all of the other banks. This sticks it to JP Morgan Chase, to Goldman Sachs, to a bunch of Canadian banks, to all the people that finabced Enron. They will not be able to go to court now. They will have to settle". JP Morgan VNR New York, FILE 8. Exterior JPMorgan headquarters 9. Pan interior JPMorgan APTN New York, June 10, 2005 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bob Lenzner, National Editor of Forbes Magazine: "We need to understand one thing. No matter how many billions of dollars it is, it's not going to make up for the huge losses that were suffered by unsophisticated Enron shareholders, and employees who owned a lot of stock". APTN New York, FILE 11. Aerial Citigroup Centre in Midtown Manhattan STORYLINE Citigroup - the largest financial services company in the United States - said on Friday it would pay two (b) billion US dollars to settle a class-action lawsuit over its role in helping Enron Corporation orchestrate a massive accounting fraud that led to the energy trader's collapse. The settlement marks the largest payout so far pledged to Enron investors, who claim they were cheated out of billions of dollars when the energy company went bankrupt in 2001. It also becomes one of the largest corporate settlements in history, but still below the 2.58 (b) billion dollars Citigroup agreed to pay WorldCom Inc. investors last year. Some 50,000 stock and bondholders that filed claims as part of the lawsuit - led by the University of California's board of regents - alleges some banks helped Enron defraud investors, continue operations and raise money even as the company was imploding. It is the fifth settlement in the long-running Enron debacle, and has been seen as a catalyst for future deals with eight other banks targeted in similar lawsuits - including JPMorgan Chase & Co. In addition to JPMorgan Chase, class-action suits are pending against Barclays PLC, Credit Suisse First Boston, Merrill Lynch & Co., Toronto Dominion Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, Deutsche Bank AG and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Citigroup's payment is more than four times the total of 491.5 (m) million dollars already received from settlements with Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., Bank of America Corp., Andersen Worldwide, Enron's outside directors and Ken Harrison, Enron's former vice chairman. Citigroup has denied committing any violation of law, saying it settled "solely to eliminate the uncertainties, burden and expense of further protracted litigation." It was the third major settlement by Citigroup of class-action litigation in little more than a year. In May 2004, Citigroup agreed to pay nearly 2.6 (b) billion as its part of the record 6.13 (b) billion settlement by investment banks, auditors and former board members to settled class action claims stemming from the 2002 collapse of WorldCom Inc. The settlement must be approved by US Federal Court, Citigroup's directors and the board of regents at the University of California.
HOLLYWOOD CHASE (1/3/2002)
A WOMAN LED L-A POLICE ON A DANGEROUS CHASE INCLUDING SEVERAL ACCIDENTS DURING THE PURSUIT.
Entertainment Asia: Dudley Moore Dies 2 - Actor Dudley Moore dies at home in New Jersey
TAPE: EF02/0257 IN_TIME: 07:04:00 DURATION: 5:17 SOURCES: APTN/ABC RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles 27 March 2002/ file SHOTLIST APTN File Moore's friends gather to wish him happy birthday - New York, USA 16 April 2001 - 1. Tilt down ext Carnegie Hall 2. CU sign Carnegie Hall (marquee) 3. WS Dudley Moore and friends 4. CU Dudley Moore 5. CU birthday cake 6. B-roll Bo Derek and Chevy Chase 7. SOT BO DEREK (on being close to Dudley) - "Well you know we went through an incredible life changing experience together, that rarely happens in this business and we've been really close for 22 years now." 8. B-roll Chevy Chase 9. SOT CHEVY CHASE (on Dudley being all rounder) - "It's hard to describe what it's like when someone like Dudley Moore or Ernie Kovacs... there are so few who are physically so good and men for all seasons who can do so much and there are so few that can make me laugh, actually belly laugh, without canned laughter in the background, he's one of those." 10. B-roll Mary Tyler Moore 11. B-roll Lauren Bacall & Barbara Walters 12. SOT MARY TYLER MOORE (on having fun making 'Six Weeks' with Dudley) - "I don't remember any specific moment but they were all wonderful times and we loved each other. He and Tony, Bill the director and I and whoever else was available would go out to dinner every night after we finished... we didn't really want to say good bye." 13. Group sing 'Happy Birthday' to Dudley ABC Footage 14. Clip - "Arthur" (courtesy: Warner Home Video) 15. Clip - "Not only but also" (courtesy: "Not only but also") 16. Clip - "Ten" (courtesy: Warner Home Video) 17. SOT (English) Blake Edwards, Director of "Ten": "He lives in a state of constant humour." 18. Cutaway people watching Moore play piano in movie "Ten" 19. Mid shot Moore on stage playing piano in Australia, 1996 20. Wide shot from above, Moore on stage in Australia 21. Mid shot Moore on stage playing piano in Australia APTN 27th March 2002 22 SOT BO DEREK on how Dudley would have liked to be remembered:"Although music was the most important thing to him and he was so generous with arts education and trying to pass along his passion for music to children and to other people. So I would suspect that what would make him the happiest is that we remember his music. He was a brilliant pianist, he was an amazing composer and I think that was his real passion and that was the real tragedy about his disease. Supranuclear palsy is degenerative. There is no cure, he knew that, yet he was still so brave, so courageous, so focussed on finding a cure, still sharing his passion for music. He was a very brave man to the end." ABC 1999 23. Close up Moore's face as he walks 24. Doctor looking at images of Moore's brain 25. Close up one image of Moore's brain 26. SOUNDBITE (English) Dudley Moore, Actor Comedian: "I am trapped in this body and there's nothing I can do about it." 27. Mid shot Moore, zoom in to close up of face APTN 27th March 2002 28 SOT BO DEREK on having films to remember Dudley by: "You know, sometimes you don't know the real person watching them in films, but from what I know of Dudley, you did see Dudley in his work and in his films and I think that's why people loved him from the minute they saw him on the screen. He was a loveable person, he was so dear, he was so sweet. The most incredible expressions came out of his eyes and you did see them in his films. That's nice for us - for anyone who loved him I think it's great we have his films so we can watch him and get a sense of him." 29. Clip - "Arthur" DUDLEY MOORE DIES AT SIXTY-SIX British born actor Dudley Moore, who became an unlikely Hollywood heart-throb portraying a cuddly pipsqueak whose charm melted hearts in '10' and 'Arthur,' died Wednesday (27MAR02) at his home in New Jersey, a spokeswoman said. He was 66. His publicist said that he died at 11 a.m. EST (1600 GMT) at his home in New Jersey in the US. Publicist Michelle Bega said Moore died of pneumonia as a complication of progressive supranuclear palsy. The star had been suffering from the degenerative brain condition for a number of years. Speaking late on Wednesday after hearing the news of his death, Moore's close friend and former co-star BO DEREK paid tribute to the actor, calling him a 'very brave man', whom she believes he would most like to be remembered for his talent and passion for music. Derek went on to say that unlike some actors, Moore always seemed true to his real self on screen, offering a 'great sense of him' through his various movie roles. There was more than a touch of autobiography in the film Moore and Derek made together, '10', possibly Moore's best known movie. The 1979 film saw Moore play a musician determined to marry a perfect woman. But the happy ending eluded him in real life with four marriages ending in divorce. He confessed to being driven by feelings of inferiority about his working-class origins in Dagenham, East London, and because of his short height of five feet, 2 1/2 inches (156 centimeters). Music was Moore's entree into public performance, first as a chorister and organist in his parish church in Dagenham and then in 1960 as a young Oxford graduate recruited for the hit four-man comedy review "Beyond the Fringe." Through this work, Moore formed a firm friendship with comic Peter Cook and later teamed on television as Dud and Pete on "Not Only ... but Also," a sketch comedy series. After a number of other successes on stage and screen, Cook returned to England but Moore settled in Southern California, where he met the director Blake Edwards in a therapy group. It was Edwards who directed '10' the film that established Moore as a Hollywood star. Two years later, he had another hit role: 'Arthur,' playing a rich drunk who falls for Liza Minnelli. That marked the peak of Moore's film career, though he made several more films including a sequel to 'Arthur' in 1988. Throughout his life, music was to feature as an important aspect of Moore's abilities, both as a jazz pianist and as a parodist.
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