DASHCAM SHOOTING 2005
A DASHCAM CATCHES A DEADLY CONFRONTATION BETWEEN AND POLICE OFFICER AND A MAN WITH A RIFLE. DEPUTY JAMES COFFEL CHASED CHARLES LEE LAMB JR. FOR MILES AFTER ANOTHER DRIVER CALLED IN AND SAID HE HAD A GUN IN THE CAR WITH HIM. LAMB IGNORED SEVERAL WARNINGS TO DROP THE GUN AND HE POINTED IT AT THE OFFICER..THAT'S WHEN THE COP HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO SHOOT THE MAN. LAMB WAS SHOT THREE TIMES IN THE CHEST. HIS FAMILY DOESN'T KNOW WHY HE HAD THE GUN.
WIDE ANGLE OF CARS AND PICKUP TRUCKS AND MOTORCYCLES DRIVING ON CITY STREET THROUGH INTERSECTION IN THAILAND OR ASIA AT NIGHT. LIGHTS ARE STRUNG ABOVE SIDE OF STREET IN BACKGROUND. SEE LIGHT POLES AND RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL.
WIDE ANGLE OF CARS AND PICKUP TRUCKS AND MOTORCYCLES DRIVING ON CITY STREET THROUGH INTERSECTION IN THAILAND OR ASIA AT NIGHT. LIGHTS ARE STRUNG ABOVE SIDE OF STREET IN BACKGROUND. SEE LIGHT POLES AND RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL.
Mexico Grenade - Grenade thrown at cockfight, injuring spectators
NAME: MEX GRENADE 010805N TAPE: EF05/0680 IN_TIME: 10:10:32:02 DURATION: 00:02:00:00 SOURCES: Televisa DATELINE: Tonala, Jalisco - 1 Aug 2005 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Mexico/TV Azteca SHOTLIST 1. Red Cross personnel attending wounded persons after explosions 2. Damage caused by grenades 3. Red Cross personnel attending wounded man 4. Pieces of body 5. Emergency response units attending the wounded in the outside of the race track 6. Man being placed in an ambulance 7. Ambulance outside the race track 8. Firemen and Red Cross personnel transporting man on a stretcher 9. Note lying on the floor 10. Roulette 11. Wounded man being placed on the back of a pick-up truck 12. Exterior of the race track 13. Damage on race track 14. Man being attended by Red Cross personnel 15. Firemen and paramedic 16. Firemen and paramedics securing victim on a stretcher for transportation 17. Mid shot of wounded man in ambulance 18. Firemen and paramedics transporting man on a stretcher 19. Wounded man 20. Suspects leaving the site in a column 21. Suspects in the back of a pick-up truck 22. Bloody interior of a pick-up truck 23. Pick-up truck 24. Police and AK-47 machine gun left on a nearby road 25. Suspects being detained by federal police 26. Race track 27. Army personnel guarding race track after explosions 28. Paramedics transporting woman on stretcher 29. Paramedics attending wounded man 30. Man being transported on a stretcher 31. Ambulances STORYLINE Two explosions ripped through a racetrack in Mexico that was hosting an illegal cockfight before dawn on Monday, killing four people and injuring at least 30 others, authorities said. Witnesses told police the explosions came from grenades lobbed during a dispute between betters, prompting an unknown number of assailants to open fire. Two people were killed at the scene and two more died while receiving treatment. Thirty people were taken to hospital with an array of injuries, according to police in Tonala, 425 kilometres (265 miles) northwest of Mexico City. Hours after the incident state authorities refused to comment, saying they were waiting for more information. They were interviewing dozens of people early on Monday. Residents have long associated the racetrack with drug traffickers operating in western Mexico, and investigators wouldn't immediately rule out the possibility that the attack was drug related. Television reports said six people had been arrested, though local authorities put the number at five. The group was taken into custody while trying to rescue one of the wounded from the hospital, according to initial reports.
Guests set: Marnaises homosexuals, about homosexual marriage
Grand Est
COP SHOOTOUT ON TAPE 2005
OFFICER TRIES TO STOP A DRIVER WHO WAS REPORTEDLY BRANDISHING A WEAPON WHILE DRIVING. THE DRIVER REFUSED TO STOP AND CONTINUED DRIVING A FEW MILES BEFORE PULLING OVER. HE THEN ADVANCED ON THE OFFICER WITH A LOADED WEAPON. THE DRIVER WAS GUNNED DOWN BY THE OFFICER AND LATER PRONOUNCED DEAD.
TF1 13 hours: [program of October 6, 2005]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
HIGH ANGLE DOWN PAN UP OF URBAN AREA MARKETPLACE, MEN AND WOMEN WALKING AROUND TABLES OF GOODS, HUGE ROW OF MOTORCYCLES. GRAY PICKUP TRUCK DRIVING THROUGH.
HIGH ANGLE DOWN PAN UP OF URBAN AREA MARKETPLACE, MEN AND WOMEN WALKING AROUND TABLES OF GOODS, HUGE ROW OF MOTORCYCLES. GRAY PICKUP TRUCK DRIVING THROUGH. AWNINGS, ASIAN LANGUAGE SIGNS ON STORES AND MULTI-STORY BUILDINGS IN BACKGROUND. RED UMBRELLAS. VENDORS. CROWDS.
Lebanon Hariri - Video allegedly shot just before Hariri's death
NAME: LEB HARIRI 270305N TAPE: EF05/0272 IN_TIME: 10:54:22:04 DURATION: 00:02:08:06 SOURCES: Al ARABIYA DATELINE: Beirut - 14 Feb 2005 RESTRICTIONS: Must Show Al Arabiya Logo SHOTLIST 1. White pickup truck (in red ring) entering the area of the explosion 2. Enlarged view of the same STORYLINE: Al-Arabiya satellite channel aired on Sunday a videotape it said was taken seconds before a massive bombing killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in Lebanon last month. The tape showed a white pickup truck entering the area of the explosion shortly before Hariri's motorcade arrived near the seafront Saint Georges Hotel in central Beirut on Feb. 14. The Dubai-based television said the controversial truck, which was mentioned in a report of a UN fact-finding mission that investigated Hariri's assassination, drove slowly when it reached the Saint Georges Hotel. Hariri and 17 others were killed in the bombing which has since plunged Lebanon in its worst political crisis since the end of the 1975-90 civil war.
Italy Aid - Italy sends emergency supplies to New Orleans
NAME: ITA AID 040905N TAPE: EF05/0789 IN_TIME: 10:53:41:02 DURATION: 00:02:40:01 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Rome, 4 Sep 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Various of C-130 Italian air force plane at Ciampino Airport 2. Italian Red Cross and Civil Protection truck, ambulances and pick-up approaching the plane 3. Agostino Miozzo, Civil Protection team leader for US mission, monitoring loading operation 4. Italian Red Cross truck 5. SOUNDBITE: (English): Agostino Miozzo, Civil Protection team leader for US mission: "The goods that we are loading are substantially food items, water pumps, tends and beds." 6. Various of Italian Air Force and Civil protection personnel loading medical kits on military plane 7. SOUNDBITE: (English): Agostino Miozzo, Civil Protection team leader for US mission: "We are answering to the request of a friend country, who are the American authorities. It is quite normal that such a catastrophe makes problems, like the problems the Americans are facing right now. There are hundred thousand displaced persons, there is an entire country, towns devastated. Nobody can face such a catastrophe." 8. Various of Italian Air Force and Civil protection personnel loading medical kits and food on to military plane STORYLINE Italy''s Civil Protection Department sent 15,000 first aid medical kits, food aid, inflatable dinghies, camp beds, blankets, water pumps and water purifiers to New Orleans on a military C-130 airplane on Sunday. The aircraft took off after an official request for aid from the US Government to Italy and other European nations, according to Agostino Miozzo, the Civil Protection team leader for the US mission. The operation will be coordinated by the Italian Civil Defence, while the relief goods and equipment have been provided by Italian Red Cross and Marche Region local administration.
Michael Jackson trial: No verdict/protests
Michael Jackson trial: No verdict/protests; USA California Santa Maria EXT MS Female supporter of singer, Michael Jackson, singing 'We Shall Overcome' outside court GV Jackson supporters holding up 'innocent' posters PAN CMS Poster with slogan 'Bashir is the root of all this evil' MS Female supporter GV Line of technicians working at equipment in media tent GV LIne of satellite dishes on OB trucks GV Media about MS Reporter doing ptc CMS Female reporter preparing to do ptc PULL OUT MS Jackson supporters chanting ZOOM IN one Fariva Garmani (Michael Jackson fan) interview SOT - media are negative, lying to the public/ that's when I hate them MS Two people - pro and anti Jackson - arguing LA Placard with slogan 'America Execute all homosexual pedophiles right now' MS Religious man arguing with woman Jackson fan SOT as police move in and break them up TRACK along road towards Jackson's Neverland ranch MS Line of placards at side of road as car passes MS Police officer removing signs from back of pick-up truck (there are allegations by Jackson supporters that the signs have been stolen) MS Police officer along with driver and questioning him (2 shots) Driver in driving seat of pick-up truck as questioned by Rugman SOT - allegations are circumstantial and I'm going home/ (says he doesn't like Jackson music - his friend says he likes his dancing)/ think he's guilty Santa Barbara: GV Closed gates of Neverland ranch bedecked with red and white ribbons and hearts BV Female fan looking through gate MS Iranian fan holding up placard TRACK past messages in hearts pinned on fence LGV TV OB trucks parked at side of road GV Gates of Neverland ranch closing PULL OUT to i/c MS Signs of support at side of road MS One sign 'You are Special' -------------------------------- Clean Feed Tape = D0600545 OR D0600546 00:22:30:06 - 00:25:23:15 FX/Mix Order Ref: T10060564
TF1 20 hours: [show of 21 May 2005]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
METRO LIGHT RAIL CRASH ON TAPE 2009
Metro light rail says a sensor controlling gates at one of its crossings in Tempe stopped working briefly just before a train and a pickup truck collided Monday, and police cited the truck's driver for two traffic violations. A crossing arm where the light-rail line intersects with a Tempe road malfunctioned seconds before the recent collision of a train and a pickup truck, transit of More..ficials said Friday. However, the pickup's driver was cited by police for driving through the crossing while the arm was in motion. According to an investigating board convened by Metro, the crossing arm signal on University Drive west of Rural Road briefly lost electrical contact with an oncoming train last Monday afternoon. Video from a Metro camera showed the arm was down for the passage of an eastbound train, but then rose as the westbound train approached University. The white 2005 Chevrolet pickup driven by Brandon Stovall, 28, then drove west, toward the tracks. Seconds later, the train struck the truck behind the passenger cab. No injuries were reported, Tempe police said, although Stovall disputes that. Travel along the rail line was briefly interrupted. Metro's board said computerized data recorders indicate the oncoming train and the crossing arm were out of contact for seven seconds. Once the train reestablished contact, the arms returned to the down position. The red flashing lights and bells warning drivers of a train continued to operate throughout the event, the investigation found. "We are always concentrating on safety," said Metro spokeswoman Hillary Foose. "That is why we take this investigation so seriously, why we convened a board to look into it.... "It also serves as a reminder for the public to also be safe and use their traffic signals and obey signals at railroad crossings." A Tempe police report pins the blame on Stovall's failure to yield. But Stovall, who was moving from Mesa to Tempe on the day of the crash, called the reports' conclusions "ridiculous." "That's how you go through the intersection: When (the arms) raise up, you go forward," Stovall said. In addition, he took issue with the police saying no one was injured. "I thought I got hit in the side of the face with a baseball bat," Stovall said. "If it had been somebody on a motorcycle, it would've been a different story." Police also cited Stovall for driving with a suspended license. Since the collision, Metro has instituted a "slow order" at the University crossing, requiring trains to slow to no more than 15 mph when approaching and through this crossing to assure that arms are down and pathway clear. The slow order will continue until any technical issues are resolved, Metro said. Also Metro is examining crossings at four other locations, three in Tempe, along on the 20-mile line. This was the second crash between a train and a car since Metro opened to passengers on Dec. 27. On the third day of service, a Honda crossed the tracks at a downtown Phoenix intersection and hit a train.
cop's hunch pays off 2005
OFFICER STOPS TWO GUYS FOR ERRATIC DRIVING, BUT ON INSTINCT HE SUSPECTS THERE'S SOMETHING MORE GOING ON. WHEN HE DOES A VEHICLE SEARCH HIS INTUITION PAYS OFF AS HE FINDS A BUNCH OF DRUGS! BUSTED.
MEDIUM ANGLE OF CITY STREET IN THAILAND OR ASIA. SEE MEN ON MOTORCYCLES DRIVING TOWARD CAMERA RIGHT TO LEFT. CARS AND PICKUP TRUCKS DRIVE BY. SEE TUK TUK OR SMALL TAXI CART DRIVING.
MEDIUM ANGLE OF CITY STREET IN THAILAND OR ASIA. SEE MEN ON MOTORCYCLES DRIVING TOWARD CAMERA RIGHT TO LEFT. CARS AND PICKUP TRUCKS DRIVE BY. SEE TUK TUK OR SMALL TAXI CART DRIVING. PAN LEFT WITH TRAFFIC AND PAN RIGHT WITH MAN ON SMALL RED MOTORCYCLE ON ROAD.
US New Orleans Rescue - Aerials of people waiting for relief in flooded areas, rescue operations
NAME: US RESCUE 310805N TAPE: EF05/0777 IN_TIME: 10:50:29:17 DURATION: 00:04:30:09 SOURCES: Pool DATELINE: New Orleans - 31 Aug 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Aerial of three people walking through waist deep water carrying belongings 2. Wide of flooded street with people in water 3. People waving from the back of a submerged truck 4. Close up of people in water holding a tyre and belongings 5. Various of people in water surrounded by submerged cars 6. Various of people stranded in buildings 7. Aerials of apartment buildings underwater 8. People on building waving red flag and "Help us" sign. 9. Stranded family waving brightly coloured umbrella 10. Various of houses underwater 11. Rescue helicopter above people stranded on roof 12. Rescuer attaching harness around two people 13. Shingles flying off nearby roof 14. Man and woman being lifted into helicopter 15. Various of people being put into helicopter 16. Helicopter flying above flooded area STORYLINE: The Mayor of New Orleans Ray Nagin has estimated that Hurricane Katrina has probably killed thousands of people in the United States. If accurate, the estimate makes the storm the nation''s deadliest natural disaster since the San Francisco earthquake in 1906. Army engineers have struggled to plug New Orleans'' breached levees with giant sandbags and concrete barriers. Authorities have drawn up plans to clear out the tens of thousands of people who remain in the flooded city. The latest video from New Orleans shows apartment buildings with people crowded on balconies and roofs. Two children standing on one roof held up a sign reading: "Help us". A Blackhawk helicopter crew rescued at least eight people from a roof, where those stranded had had written in red spray paint, "Diabetic, Heart Transplant, Need transportation." The chopper hoisted the people off the roof as the wash from its rotors blew shingles off another section of the building. People stood at windows and on balconies waving white towels to attract the attention of rescuers. The flood waters cover everything as far as the eye can see. In the bright sunlight, there''s a sheen caused by gasoline seeping from the underground tanks of a gas station. Three people who were standing in a flooded pickup truck later swam through flood waters, trying to reach safety. KEYWORD - HURRICANE KATRINA
TF1 13 hours: [broadcast of May 21, 2005]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
MEDIUM ANGLE OF RED PICKUP TRUCK DRIVING BY RIGHT TO LEFT WITH SEVERAL BOYS PILED IN BACK IN THAILAND OR ASIA. SEE SIDEWALK AND STREET IN BACKGROUND.
MEDIUM ANGLE OF RED PICKUP TRUCK DRIVING BY RIGHT TO LEFT WITH SEVERAL BOYS PILED IN BACK IN THAILAND OR ASIA. SEE SIDEWALK AND STREET IN BACKGROUND.
US Beaujolais - New campaign launched to attract hipper young clientele
NAME: NYC BEAUJOLAIS 171105N TAPE: EF05/1023 IN_TIME: 10:11:00:14 DURATION: 00:02:22:01 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: New York, 17 Nov 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot Duboeuf and can-can dancers arrive Nice Matin restaurant on Manhattan's Upper West Side in a vintage red pickup truck 2. Cutaway photographer 3. Wide shot can-can dancers perform on sidewalk 4. Medium shot applause 5. Close up Duboeuf, zoom out to show him posing with case of Beaujolais and can-can dancers 6. Close up bottle uncorked, zoom out to Duboeuf pouring glass, hands to Guy Goldstein, Sommelier for Tour de France Restaurant Group 7. Close up Duboeuf drinks 8. Close up Goldstein drinks 9. SOUNDBITE: (French) Franck Duboeuf, Les Vins Georges Duboeuf: (NOTE - translation not verbatim) "Price is a very important point in the success of Beaujolais Nouveau campaign. And this year we faced because of the increased fuel price we face a problem so we decided to keep the same (retail) price, so we ask through the distribution and even at our level we reduced slightly our margin. But it's a very important point that Beaujolais Nouveau remain under ten dollars a bottle." 10. Close up bartender pouring cocktail made from Beaujolais Nouveau wine 11. SOUNDBITE: (French) Franck Duboeuf, Les Vins Georges Duboeuf: "But definitely Beaujolais Nouveau is fun, it is designed for a party, so it's I think a perfect basis for a cocktail success." 12. Medium shot can-can dancers clink glasses and drink wine STORYLINE: The wine Beaujolais Nouveau and its marketing machine arrived in New York on Thursday. Winemaker Franck Duboeuf climbed out of a red pickup truck to issue forth the annual cry as can-can dancers looked on. Duboeuf said skyrocketing fuel costs have cut into their margins this year. Beaujolais Nouveau is heavily dependent on export sales and all of the first batch is delivered by expensive air freight rather than by ship. New this year at the Manhattan debut was the mixing of a cocktail made from Beaujolais Nouveau combined with other ingredients including grape jelly. Duboeuf said that far from turning up his nose at the concept of diluting his wine in a mixed drink, he hoped the idea would boost sales, especially in the US where cocktail consumption has grown faster than wine or beer sales. Pushing wine cocktails isn't the only thing new this year. Beaujolais Nouveau is also getting an English makeover. The slogan "It's Beaujolais Nouveau time" will now get heavy use along with the time-honoured cry of "Le Beaujolais Nouveau est arrive!" ("Beaujolais Nouveau has arrived!"). The new slogan is part of a $1.17 million campaign by winegrowers to attract a hipper young clientele for their product amid slumping wine sales in France. The campaign includes radio spots in France - in French - and an online campaign, with Internet movie clips and a slick new Web site in French and English aimed at the under-35 crowd. Producers hope the annual Beaujolais coming-out party, traditionally on the third Thursday of November, also will help propel sales in emerging markets like China. Though experts have declared this year's vintage one of the best in decades, wine buffs traditionally sniff that Beaujolais Nouveau is too light and fruity to register as a "grand vin." Still, fans love it simply as a party wine that provides a good excuse for merrymaking. Duboeuf said the United States is the second largest export market for Beaujolais Nouveau, after Japan.
TF1 13 hours: [broadcast of May 9, 2005]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
MS POV AERIAL TS ZO ZI View of red pick-up truck moving through flooded water / United States
MS POV AERIAL TS ZO ZI View of red pick-up truck moving through flooded water / United States
US Hurricane 3 - Rain, prayers, evacuation centres, NOAA graphic
NAME: US HURRICANE 3 231005N TAPE: EF05/0945 IN_TIME: 10:17:07:13 DURATION: 00:03:52:14 SOURCES: APTN/NOAA/POOL DATELINE: Various - 23 Oct 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: APTN Fort Myers, Florida 23 October, 2005 1. Exterior of Germain Arena, where people are sheltering 2. Main door, with people entering 3. Various interior shots showing people getting identity bracelets 4. Wide of arena floor 5. Various of families and children camping out at the shelter 6. Various of people sitting on makeshift beds 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Maria Quellar, Fort Myers Resident: "The first thing we think, they say the first thing to worry about is your own safety and then you worry about your other personal belongings, but, for that same reason we are here today. Just to make sure that we're safe. That both kids are safe, you know in a safe place. Better to be safe than sorry." 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean Moore, Fort Myers Resident: "I'm hoping not long, but, you know, it depends on what the storm is going to do. And if it's rough out there, I'll stay here, till I feel like it's safe to go back home." 9. Interior of shelter showing people around television monitor POOL Tallahassee, Florida 10. Wide of Florida Governor, Jeb Bush at news conference 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jeb Bush, Florida Governor: "If you don't have to evacuate, now's your last chance to stock up on supplies and prepare to shelter in place. We anticipate heavy power outages and flooding and make sure you have enough food and water and medication for three days." APTN Florida City, Florida 12. Plywood sheet being loaded into pickup truck 13. Pan of stack of plywood 14. Plywood being loaded onto truck 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eduardo Morino, Florida City Resident: "It's a big storm and, you know, whatever, we're going to get a lot of rain and wind and I just want to make sure, that, you know, we're prepared, have everything and, you know, the family's okay." 16. Man walks into hardware store APTN Miami, Florida 17. Disaster Shelter sign 18. People sleeping on floor in shelter 19. Pan from "family" sign to hallway 20. Close up of child and father in shelter 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Erica Mora, Red Cross Shelter Aide: "We have approximately over 350 evacuees from the Florida Keys. They've all come here because they obviously feel that the situation in the Keys is going to worsen and they come here because they know they have a safer place, they have three hot meals, snacks and drinks throughout the day. Obviously, it's not the most comfortable situation but it is the best place to be." 22. Wide of hallway with people on floor APTN Key Largo, Florida 23. Wide of waterway leaving Key Largo 24. Pickup truck leaving with boat in tow 25. Boats on water 26. Boat passing underneath bridge (First Run 1530 News Update, 23 October 2005) National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) 27. Satellite graphics showing the eye of the Wilma storm (left) and Alpha storm (right) STORYLINE: About 3,500 people moved into shelters across the US state of Florida on Sunday to take refuge from the approaching Hurricane Wilma. Around 850 people had registered in Germain Arena in Fort Myers, with some pitching tents and setting out mats on the ice where the Florida Everblades minor league hockey team plays. About 160-thousand people in the state were under mandatory evacuation orders, including the entire population of the Florida Keys island chain, according to officials Evacuation orders also covered barrier islands and coastal areas in Collier and Lee counties, such as Fort Myers Beach, Marco Island, Sanibel and parts of Naples. Florida Governor Jeb Bush warned those who didn't need to evacuate to prepare themselves for the days ahead. "We anticipate heavy power outages and flooding and make sure you have enough food and water and medication for three days," he said. In Florida City, residents were busy buying plywood to try and secure their homes. At Florida International University, Erica Mora of the Red Cross said hundreds of Florida Keys evacuees had arrived seeking shelter at a temporary residence. Tropical storm-force winds of at least 39 miles per hour are expected in the Florida Keys island chain and the southwestern part of the state by Sunday evening, and in Miami and other Atlantic coast cities around midnight. Those winds should strengthen as Wilma nears its expected landfall on Florida's southwest coast around sunrise Monday. By then, it's expected to be a Category 1 or 2 hurricane.
Haiti Rally - Massive rally ahead of presidential election
NAME: HAI RALLY 051105N TAPE: EF05/0981 IN_TIME: 10:00:09:00 DURATION: 00:02:00:18 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Port-au-Prince - 3 Nov 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. March, man with rattles in foreground, loudspeaker truck in the background 2. Rally grand marshal shouts into microphone from top of truck 3. Man waving flag on top of loudspeaker truck to crowd on street below 4. Preval supporters dancing 5. Rally leader on top of loudspeaker truck 6. Smoke coming out of a tin drum 7. Marchers file by 8. Preval supporters on pick up truck in rally. 9. SOUNDBITE (Haitian Creole) Rigaud Cadet, demonstrator: "We are going to vote for work, security. We have somebody to vote for: Preval. Again we, the people of 'Red Bridge' (neighborhood in Port au Prince) say 'one man, one vote' and we are going to vote for the number one on the ballot Preval. Everybody." 10. Haitian police in back of pickup truck pass march 11. Police watching marchers flows by 12. Youth with his face covered, suspected gang member, with marchers 13. Police officer observing march 14. Police escorting handcuffed man, suspected gang leader, while angry crowd demands his release 15. Angry crowd with hands waving taunt police after they were forced to release the arrested man. 16. Angry crowd taunts police officer 17. SOUNDBITE (Haitian Creole) John Joseph Noel, Lavalas Party leader: "We are going to vote in a new Haitian president. He is going to bring peace and rebuild the country and reconcile the elements that are eating away at Haitian unity, the elements that are destroying Haiti. " 18. Loudspeaker truck parked for rally 19.SOUNDBITE (Haitian Creole) Speaker, no name supplied: "We are also fighting for the liberation of Father Gerard Jean Juste. We love him so much we are willing to die for him, but it is through Preval that he will be released from jail." 20. Rally supporters cheer STORYLINE: In the biggest political rally to date for Haiti's upcoming presidential election, thousands of people filed out of two sprawling slums and marched through the capital, Port au Prince, on Thursday. They took to the street in support of former President Rene Preval's bid to regain the presidency. The elections are scheduled for December. Marchers, who chanted Preval's name, also called for the release of political prisoners and the return from exile of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was forced out of the country in February 2004 following a violent rebellion. U.N. peacekeepers and Haitian police monitored the marchers as they made their way to the headquarters of Haiti's electoral commission. Permits for the demonstration had been issued, There were no reports of significant violence although police attempted to arrest a number of suspected gang members interspersed with the crowd. Preval, who was president from 1995 to 2000 and a one-time ally of Aristide, is running as an independent and doesn't have the official backing of Lavalas, the ousted president's party. But the large turnout of marchers from the slums of Cite Soleil and Bel Air, where Aristide has long had strong support, suggests many Lavalas loyalists have decided to back Preval. The elections, which have been postponed twice as Haiti struggles to organise the balloting. Haiti, one of the poorest country's in the world, will choose a new president and legislators to replace the interim government imposed following Aristide's ouster.
MS POV AERIAL TS ZI View of red pick-up truck moving through mudded area / United States
MS POV AERIAL TS ZI View of red pick-up truck moving through mudded area / United States
MS POV AERIAL TS ZO ZI View of red pick-up truck moving through flooded water / United States
MS POV AERIAL TS ZO ZI View of red pick-up truck moving through flooded water / United States