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NEWSONE EDITMASTER 06-41
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER 06-41 1:00 4/15/2006 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE 6:00 4/15/2006 GOVERNORS IN IRAQ 8:00 4/15/2006 GOVERNORS IN IRAQ 9:30 4/16/2006 GW BUSH & FAMILY WHITE HOUSE ARRIVAL 12:00 4/17/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL 13:00 4/18/2006 KULYCKY - DUKE TUESDAY AM PKG #3 14:30 4/18/2006 CANNING - RUMSFELD / RUMMY 430 16:30 4/19/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL WEDNESDAY AM 18:00 4/19/2006 CANNING - IMMIGRATION ARRESTS LATE 19:30 4/20/2006 KULYCKY - CHINA 1130 20:30 4/20/2006 GW BUSH - HU PHOTO OP 23:30 4/21/2006 WORL - NOON NEW ORLEANS ELECTIONS 26:00 4/21/2006 CANNING - GAS PRICES 28:00 4/23/2006 CANNING - OSAMA BIN LADEN 30:00 4/23/2006 GW BUSH - MARINES 34:00 4/24/2006 MOUSSAOUI MONDAY ARRIVAL 35:00 4/25/2006 KULYCKY - GAS PRICES AM PACKAGE 37:00 4/26/2006 GW BUSH - SNOW ANNOUNCEMENT 40:00 4/26/2006 GW BUSH - TEACHER OF THE YEAR 44:00 4/26/2006 ROVE / FITZGERALD DEPART COURT 46:00 4/26/2006 DUCKS AT COURT HOUSE / COURTHOUSE 48:00 4/29/2006 GW BUSH RADIO ADDRESS 52:00 4/29/2006 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE - STUPAK 58:00 5/1/2006 WHITE HOUSE BRIEFING SOT 1:00:30 5/2/2006 SPEAKER HASTERT SOT
COLLECTION PATRIMOINE
Title :NFB Pioneers 44-152 (SA00313.014) March 13th 2006 Interview Dorothy Todd Henaut part 4.
MEXICO B-ROLL PT. 4 (2006)
HIGH DEFINITION FOOTAGE TAKEN IN THE COUNTRY OF ARGENTINA IN NOVEMBER OF 2006. THIS FOOTAGE IS AVAILABLE IN HD QUICKTIME FILES AS WELL AS STANDARD DEFINITION IF NEEDED.
CNN FONTED AIRCHECK 00:00
00:05:27:15 Howard Dean there are still votes to be counted and votes to be cast still (0:30) / 00:07:49:15 Blitzer comments on the 4 states that will decide the Senate (1:13) / 00:09:51:15 Sen Harr ...
IOWA CITY TORNADO (4-13-2006)
AMAZING STORM CHASER VIDEO FROM THE DASH CAMERA OF TORNADO THAT HIT DOWNTOWN IOWA CITY, IOWA DURING THE EVENING AFTER SUNSET. VIDEO SHOWS A LARGE TORNADO SCENE WHEN THE LIGHTNING FLASHES.
NEWSONE EDITMASTER 06-41
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER 06-41 1:00 4/15/2006 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE 6:00 4/15/2006 GOVERNORS IN IRAQ 8:00 4/15/2006 GOVERNORS IN IRAQ 9:30 4/16/2006 GW BUSH & FAMILY WHITE HOUSE ARRIVAL 12:00 4/17/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL 13:00 4/18/2006 KULYCKY - DUKE TUESDAY AM PKG #3 14:30 4/18/2006 CANNING - RUMSFELD / RUMMY 430 16:30 4/19/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL WEDNESDAY AM 18:00 4/19/2006 CANNING - IMMIGRATION ARRESTS LATE 19:30 4/20/2006 KULYCKY - CHINA 1130 20:30 4/20/2006 GW BUSH - HU PHOTO OP 23:30 4/21/2006 WORL - NOON NEW ORLEANS ELECTIONS 26:00 4/21/2006 CANNING - GAS PRICES 28:00 4/23/2006 CANNING - OSAMA BIN LADEN 30:00 4/23/2006 GW BUSH - MARINES 34:00 4/24/2006 MOUSSAOUI MONDAY ARRIVAL 35:00 4/25/2006 KULYCKY - GAS PRICES AM PACKAGE 37:00 4/26/2006 GW BUSH - SNOW ANNOUNCEMENT 40:00 4/26/2006 GW BUSH - TEACHER OF THE YEAR 44:00 4/26/2006 ROVE / FITZGERALD DEPART COURT 46:00 4/26/2006 DUCKS AT COURT HOUSE / COURTHOUSE 48:00 4/29/2006 GW BUSH RADIO ADDRESS 52:00 4/29/2006 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE - STUPAK 58:00 5/1/2006 WHITE HOUSE BRIEFING SOT 1:00:30 5/2/2006 SPEAKER HASTERT SOT
VEHICLE CHASE AND CAPTURE SUSPECTS ON FLIR 2006
HIGH SPEED CHASE NETS 4 BAD GUYS AND IT'S ALL CAUGHT ON POLICE AERIAL CAMERA SYSTEM. ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP WAS CONDUCTED ON A STOLEN WHITE HYUNDAI WITH FOUR PEOPLE IN THE VEHICLE. HIGH SPEED CHASE ENSUES WHEN COPS PULL OVER A WHITE HYUNDAI ON A STOLEN VEHICLE REPORT. ONE OF THE MEN IN THE CAR WAS WANTED FOR QUESTIONING IN ANOTHER SHOOTING CASE. IMMEDIATELY, THE CAR TOOK OFF AND THE CHASE BEGAN. THE CAR CRASHED INTO A POLE AT THE CENTRAL FLORIDA FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER. A 13-YEAR OLD BOY WORKING FOR THE HEALTH CARE CENTER APPROACHED THE CAR TO SEE IF ANYONE NEEDED HELP. THE SUSPECTS THEN PRESUMABLY SHOW THE YOUNG BOY THEIR GUNS AND HE RUNS AWAY. POLICE LATER ARREST THE 4 SUSPECTS AFTER A FOOT CHASE ENSUES.
NEWSONE EDITMASTER 06-41
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER 06-41 1:00 4/15/2006 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE 6:00 4/15/2006 GOVERNORS IN IRAQ 8:00 4/15/2006 GOVERNORS IN IRAQ 9:30 4/16/2006 GW BUSH & FAMILY WHITE HOUSE ARRIVAL 12:00 4/17/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL 13:00 4/18/2006 KULYCKY - DUKE TUESDAY AM PKG #3 14:30 4/18/2006 CANNING - RUMSFELD / RUMMY 430 16:30 4/19/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL WEDNESDAY AM 18:00 4/19/2006 CANNING - IMMIGRATION ARRESTS LATE 19:30 4/20/2006 KULYCKY - CHINA 1130 20:30 4/20/2006 GW BUSH - HU PHOTO OP 23:30 4/21/2006 WORL - NOON NEW ORLEANS ELECTIONS 26:00 4/21/2006 CANNING - GAS PRICES 28:00 4/23/2006 CANNING - OSAMA BIN LADEN 30:00 4/23/2006 GW BUSH - MARINES 34:00 4/24/2006 MOUSSAOUI MONDAY ARRIVAL 35:00 4/25/2006 KULYCKY - GAS PRICES AM PACKAGE 37:00 4/26/2006 GW BUSH - SNOW ANNOUNCEMENT 40:00 4/26/2006 GW BUSH - TEACHER OF THE YEAR 44:00 4/26/2006 ROVE / FITZGERALD DEPART COURT 46:00 4/26/2006 DUCKS AT COURT HOUSE / COURTHOUSE 48:00 4/29/2006 GW BUSH RADIO ADDRESS 52:00 4/29/2006 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE - STUPAK 58:00 5/1/2006 WHITE HOUSE BRIEFING SOT 1:00:30 5/2/2006 SPEAKER HASTERT SOT
NEWSONE EDITMASTER RC06-13
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER RC06-13 1:00 6/6/2006 COCHRAN - WEATHER SATELLITE 3:30 6/7/2006 TAPPER - CIVILITY 6:00 6/12/2006 THOMAS - US CRIME 8:00 6/13/2006 KERLEY - ROLLOVERS / ROLL-OVERS 10:00 6/13/2006 LEAMY - KFC / KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 12:00 6/14/2006 THOMAS - SECURITY RISK 14:00 6/21/2006 TAPPER - MY SPACE / MYSPACE 16:00 6/24/2006 MORRELL - SCHWARZENEGGER BORDER 18:00 6/27/2006 STEPHANOPOULOS - FLAG DEBATE 20:00 6/29/2006 MORAN - GUANTANAMO / GITMO 22:30 7/1/2006 STARK - SHUTTLE 23:20 7/1/2006 YANG 25:30 7/1/2006 MARLANTIS - MEDICARE 28:00 7/2/2006 STARK - SHUTTLE SCRUB 30:00 7/2/2006 COCHRAN - MOLLOHAN - YOUR MONEY 33:00 7/3/2006 COCHRAN - GETTYSBURG 36:00 7/3/2006 KERLEY - RAPE SUSPECT 37:00 7/3/2006 STARK - NASA 39:00 7/6/2006 RADDATZ - NORTH KOREA 41:00 7/7/2006 RADDATZ - US / KOREA 42:30 7/12/2006 REYNOLDS - TERROR TARGETS 45:00 7/15/2006 RADDATZ 47:00 7/15/2006 HARRIS - ISRAEL 49:00 7/15/2006 YANG 51:00 7/17/2006 KARL - EVACUATION 53:00 7/28/2006 THOMAS - CRIME IN THE USA 55:00 4/18/2006 OR 8/18/2006 KERLEY - IED CSI 57:30 8/19/2006 DINNICK - LEBANON 58:30 8/19/2006 TAPPER - BILL CLINTON 1:00:00 8/19/2006 HORNG - DIESEL
long sentence for fiery crash 2006
A MAN HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO 13-YEARS IN PRISON FOR CAUSING A MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH IN CLAYCOMO, MISSOURI IN 2006 THAT INJURED 4 PEOPLE. DANIEL l. JOHNSON PLEADED GUILTY TO THREE COUNTS OF SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT AND RESISTING ARREST FOR THE CRASH THAT HAPPENED AFTER A HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT LASTED ONLY ABOUT 30 SECONDS! COPS ATTEMPTED TO STOP JOHNSON WHO WAS SUSPECTED OF DRUNK DRIVING. JOHNSON REFUSED AND THE CHASE ENDED WHEN JOHNSON'S CAR HIT TWO OTHER VEHICLES., TWO OF THE VEHICLES WERE ENGULFED IN FLAMES AND A WOMAN WAS EJECTED FROM HER MINIVAN. JOHNSON’S BLOOD ALCOHOL CONTENT WAS REPORTED TO BE .193.
NEWSONE EDITMASTER RC06-13
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER RC06-13 1:00 6/6/2006 COCHRAN - WEATHER SATELLITE 3:30 6/7/2006 TAPPER - CIVILITY 6:00 6/12/2006 THOMAS - US CRIME 8:00 6/13/2006 KERLEY - ROLLOVERS / ROLL-OVERS 10:00 6/13/2006 LEAMY - KFC / KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 12:00 6/14/2006 THOMAS - SECURITY RISK 14:00 6/21/2006 TAPPER - MY SPACE / MYSPACE 16:00 6/24/2006 MORRELL - SCHWARZENEGGER BORDER 18:00 6/27/2006 STEPHANOPOULOS - FLAG DEBATE 20:00 6/29/2006 MORAN - GUANTANAMO / GITMO 22:30 7/1/2006 STARK - SHUTTLE 23:20 7/1/2006 YANG 25:30 7/1/2006 MARLANTIS - MEDICARE 28:00 7/2/2006 STARK - SHUTTLE SCRUB 30:00 7/2/2006 COCHRAN - MOLLOHAN - YOUR MONEY 33:00 7/3/2006 COCHRAN - GETTYSBURG 36:00 7/3/2006 KERLEY - RAPE SUSPECT 37:00 7/3/2006 STARK - NASA 39:00 7/6/2006 RADDATZ - NORTH KOREA 41:00 7/7/2006 RADDATZ - US / KOREA 42:30 7/12/2006 REYNOLDS - TERROR TARGETS 45:00 7/15/2006 RADDATZ 47:00 7/15/2006 HARRIS - ISRAEL 49:00 7/15/2006 YANG 51:00 7/17/2006 KARL - EVACUATION 53:00 7/28/2006 THOMAS - CRIME IN THE USA 55:00 4/18/2006 OR 8/18/2006 KERLEY - IED CSI 57:30 8/19/2006 DINNICK - LEBANON 58:30 8/19/2006 TAPPER - BILL CLINTON 1:00:00 8/19/2006 HORNG - DIESEL
HYUNDAI PURSUIT AND CRASH (2006)
HIGH SPEED CHASE ENSUES WHEN COPS PULL OVER A WHITE HYUNDAI ON A STOLEN VEHICLE REPORT. ONE OF THE MEN IN THE CAR WAS WANTED FOR QUESTIONING IN ANOTHER SHOOTING CASE. IMMEDIATELY, THE CAR TOOK OFF AND THE CHASE BEGAN. THE CAR CRASHED INTO A POLE AT THE CENTRAL FLORIDA FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER. A 13-YEAR OLD BOY WORKING FOR THE HEALTH CARE CENTER APPROACHED THE CAR TO SEE IF ANYONE NEEDED HELP. THE SUSPECTS THEN PRESUMABLY SHOW THE YOUNG BOY THEIR GUNS AND HE RUNS AWAY. POLICE LATER ARREST THE 4 SUSPECTS AFTER A FOOT CHASE ENSUES.
PICKUP CRASH FATAL 2006
The night she killed Steven Luebke in a violent traffic crash, Danielle Zdeb's life of cocaine and alcohol abuse literally came to a screeching halt. She spent more than two years in the Marathon County Jail, earned her high school equivalency diploma and became a published poet. And now, she is continuing her 15-year sentence in state prison, leaving behind her two children. In some ways, Zdeb's story is familiar to others who've battled substance abuse. She said she was raised in Florida and Chicago by an alcoholic mother and had no father figure in her life. Zdeb turned to alcohol, sex and marijuana by the time she was 13. Drugs, she says, were the price of acceptance in a rough Chicago neighborhood. Quickly, her life spiraled out of control. Abusive boyfriends led Zdeb to crisscross the country both in search of love and to escape it. She learned she could earn big money taking off her clothes in strip clubs -- far more than she made hustling for tips as a waitress. "The money just got better, the drinks got stronger, the drugs ... you know, it all came with the lifestyle," Zdeb, 29, said during an interview in the Marathon County Jail in Wausau, where she awaited her transfer to prison following her March 11 sentencing. But Zdeb's life grew less familiar to other substance abusers Dec. 18, 2006. That's the night she crashed a vehicle into a van while she was being chased by police through downtown Wausau. The collision killed Luebke, 34, of Minocqua and injured another man. The brief chase and horrific crash were captured on a squad car's video camera. Zdeb traces the events that led to the crash to Chicago eight years ago, when she met Joe Unger, the father of her two children, now ages 3 and 6. Zdeb said she and Unger used cocaine and began making good money selling it to others. Unger later was sent to prison in Illinois, and Zdeb moved in with Unger's mother in Wausau until he joined her after his release. Once again, the temptation of easy money led the two to deal drugs. Zdeb went back to the strip clubs, dancing just two weeks after giving birth to her second child. "It seems like all the alcohol I missed out on, drugs I missed out on, while I was pregnant, I just hit it twice as hard when I was able to again," Zdeb said. Zdeb and Unger had an on-again, off-again relationship and were together in the same vehicle the night of the crash. She doesn't recall much about the collision, and what she does know, she chooses not to tell. "If I had not gotten behind the wheel after I was drinking, the tragedy never would have occurred," said Zdeb, who originally argued that her passenger had grabbed the steering wheel of her vehicle, leading to the crash. She later changed her plea to guilty as part of a deal with prosecutors. Her time in the Marathon County Jail was the most structured life Zdeb said she has lived. No longer able to turn to cocaine as a way to connect with others, Zdeb kept a journal and wrote poetry to express herself. A poem about how she is trying to change her life won a contest among Wisconsin inmates. She also earned her diploma and began focusing on living clean and sober, while awaiting trial. Zdeb said group therapy is a critical part of her rehabilitation and she hopes prison will offer her greater treatment options. After prison, she hopes to work in a group home in which residents help each other with substance abuse issues. "I think that it shows that I am not the same person that I was," Zdeb said. But the day Zdeb was sentenced to prison was as difficult emotionally for the Luebke family as it was for Zdeb. Weeks later and more than two years after the crash, the family continues to struggle in coping with Steve's death. Luebke's older sister, Theresa Luebke, 43, of Minocqua said her ailing mother's strong religious beliefs allowed her to forgive Zdeb, but Theresa said she cannot. She called Zdeb selfish and said many people "change" when faced with prison time. "It's hard for me to forgive," Theresa Luebke said. "All she had to do is stop, and she didn't."
NEWSONE EDITMASTER RC06-13
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER RC06-13 1:00 6/6/2006 COCHRAN - WEATHER SATELLITE 3:30 6/7/2006 TAPPER - CIVILITY 6:00 6/12/2006 THOMAS - US CRIME 8:00 6/13/2006 KERLEY - ROLLOVERS / ROLL-OVERS 10:00 6/13/2006 LEAMY - KFC / KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 12:00 6/14/2006 THOMAS - SECURITY RISK 14:00 6/21/2006 TAPPER - MY SPACE / MYSPACE 16:00 6/24/2006 MORRELL - SCHWARZENEGGER BORDER 18:00 6/27/2006 STEPHANOPOULOS - FLAG DEBATE 20:00 6/29/2006 MORAN - GUANTANAMO / GITMO 22:30 7/1/2006 STARK - SHUTTLE 23:20 7/1/2006 YANG 25:30 7/1/2006 MARLANTIS - MEDICARE 28:00 7/2/2006 STARK - SHUTTLE SCRUB 30:00 7/2/2006 COCHRAN - MOLLOHAN - YOUR MONEY 33:00 7/3/2006 COCHRAN - GETTYSBURG 36:00 7/3/2006 KERLEY - RAPE SUSPECT 37:00 7/3/2006 STARK - NASA 39:00 7/6/2006 RADDATZ - NORTH KOREA 41:00 7/7/2006 RADDATZ - US / KOREA 42:30 7/12/2006 REYNOLDS - TERROR TARGETS 45:00 7/15/2006 RADDATZ 47:00 7/15/2006 HARRIS - ISRAEL 49:00 7/15/2006 YANG 51:00 7/17/2006 KARL - EVACUATION 53:00 7/28/2006 THOMAS - CRIME IN THE USA 55:00 4/18/2006 OR 8/18/2006 KERLEY - IED CSI 57:30 8/19/2006 DINNICK - LEBANON 58:30 8/19/2006 TAPPER - BILL CLINTON 1:00:00 8/19/2006 HORNG - DIESEL
NEWSONE EDITMASTER 06-50
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER 06-50 00:30 4/20/2006 COCHRAN - DRIVERS 430 2:30 4/20/2006 WHITE HOUSE HU ARRIVAL 6:00 4/25/2006 GW BUSH US NAVAL ACADEMY FOOTBALL 9:00 4/26/2006 KULYCKY - CHERNOBYL ANNIVERSARY PKG / PACKAGE 11:00 4/27/2006 SENATOR SPECTER NSA / NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY SOT 13:00 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - IRAN 14:30 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - NATIONAL ANTHEM 15:00 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - ECONOMY 16:30 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - GAS PRICES 18:00 4/28/2006 RIVIERA - IRAN 20:30 4/30/2006 TALK SHOWS SECRETARY BODMAN RED CAVANEY SENATOR DURBIN MURKOWSKI CANTWELL SECRETARY CONDI RICE SENATOR SCHUMER JOHNSTON CLOONEY 31:00 4/30/2006 FIELD - DARFUR 33:00 5/1/2006 SENATOR ALEXANDER ENGLISH 34:00 5/1/2006 GW BUSH MISSION ACCOMPLISHED - REED SOT 39:00 5/1/2006 CANNING - SOCIAL SECURITY 430 40:30 5/2/2006 CANNING - IMMIGRATION 1130 42:30 5/3/2006 GW BUSH - TAXES SOTS 45:00 5/3/2006 GW BUSH PHOTO OP - GAS PRICES 48:00 5/3/2006 9/11 / 9-11 / 911 FAMILIES ON MOUSSAOUI VERDICT 52:00 5/4/2006 KULYCKY - MOUSSAOUI 1130 54:00 5/4/2006 HURRICANE KATRINA HEARING 57:00 5/5/2006 KENNEDY JOGS 58:00 5/5/2006 CANNING - GOSS 430 1:00:00 5/5/2006 HAWK & DOVE BROLL
SHORT chase equals long sentence
A MAN HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO 13-YEARS IN PRISON FOR CAUSING A MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH IN CLAYCOMO, MISSOURI IN 2006 THAT INJURED 4 PEOPLE. DANIEL l. JOHNSON PLEADED GUILTY TO THREE COUNTS OF SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT AND RESISTING ARREST FOR THE CRASH THAT HAPPENED AFTER A HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT LASTED ONLY ABOUR 30 SECONDS! COPS ATTEMPTED TO STOP JOHNSON WHO WAS SUSPECTED OF DRUNK DRIVING. JOHNSON REFUSED AND THE CHASE ENDED WHEN JOHNSON'S CAR HIT TWO OTHER VEHICLES., TWO OF THE VEHICLES WERE ENGULFED IN FLAMES AND A WOMAN WAS EJECTED FROM HER MINIVAN. JOHNSON’S BLOOD ALCOHOL CONTENT WAS REPORTED TO BE .193.
ROADSIDE TROOPER A MIRACLE SURVIVOR 2006
A 20-year-old Mandeville man has pleaded guilty to causing a wreck that nearly killed a Louisiana State Trooper. The trooper's dashboard camera captured the April 4, 2006, collision on tape, showing Belock's car slam into the trooper at nearly 70 miles-an-hour. Trooper Robert Harrison had just stopped a motorist for a traffic violation along Interstate 10 near Siegen Lane. The trooper was standing outside the vehicle he'd just stopped when Belock's vehicle slammed into him. Andrew D. Belock was sentenced to five years probation after entering guilty pleas on November 13th to first-degree vehicular negligent injury and possession with intent to distribute drugs, prosecutors said. Prosecutors say Trooper Harrison agreed to the sentence of probation so that Belock could remain employed and pay an undisclosed monthly restitution to the trooper. If Belock fails to make those payments, he could then be ordered to prison. In the videotape, Belock is eventually placed in the back of Trooper Harrison's patrol car. At that point, he uses his cell phone to call his girlfriend. Audio equipment within the trooper's patrol car captured what Belock told his girlfriend that night. "I feel asleep," Belock is heard saying. "I was going 70 miles-an-hour and got in a head-on collision, baby. This person might be dead." Trooper Harrison declined our request for an on-camera interview. However, he said he approved of WAFB 9NEWS airing the videotape of his accident in hopes it would remind motorists of the importance of slowing down and pulling into the opposite lane when approaching emergency vehicles.
NEWSONE EDITMASTER 06-50
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER 06-50 00:30 4/20/2006 COCHRAN - DRIVERS 430 2:30 4/20/2006 WHITE HOUSE HU ARRIVAL 6:00 4/25/2006 GW BUSH US NAVAL ACADEMY FOOTBALL 9:00 4/26/2006 KULYCKY - CHERNOBYL ANNIVERSARY PKG / PACKAGE 11:00 4/27/2006 SENATOR SPECTER NSA / NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY SOT 13:00 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - IRAN 14:30 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - NATIONAL ANTHEM 15:00 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - ECONOMY 16:30 4/28/2006 GW BUSH - GAS PRICES 18:00 4/28/2006 RIVIERA - IRAN 20:30 4/30/2006 TALK SHOWS SECRETARY BODMAN RED CAVANEY SENATOR DURBIN MURKOWSKI CANTWELL SECRETARY CONDI RICE SENATOR SCHUMER JOHNSTON CLOONEY 31:00 4/30/2006 FIELD - DARFUR 33:00 5/1/2006 SENATOR ALEXANDER ENGLISH 34:00 5/1/2006 GW BUSH MISSION ACCOMPLISHED - REED SOT 39:00 5/1/2006 CANNING - SOCIAL SECURITY 430 40:30 5/2/2006 CANNING - IMMIGRATION 1130 42:30 5/3/2006 GW BUSH - TAXES SOTS 45:00 5/3/2006 GW BUSH PHOTO OP - GAS PRICES 48:00 5/3/2006 9/11 / 9-11 / 911 FAMILIES ON MOUSSAOUI VERDICT 52:00 5/4/2006 KULYCKY - MOUSSAOUI 1130 54:00 5/4/2006 HURRICANE KATRINA HEARING 57:00 5/5/2006 KENNEDY JOGS 58:00 5/5/2006 CANNING - GOSS 430 1:00:00 5/5/2006 HAWK & DOVE BROLL
NEWSONE EDITMASTER 06-49
NEWS ONE / NEWSONE EDIT MASTER 06-49 00:30 4/26/2006 MOUSSAOUI ARRIVAL WEDNESDAY 1:00 4/26/2006 MEDRANO - LETHAL INJECTION 3:00 4/27/2006 KULYCKY - FEMA / FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 5:00 4/27/2006 CANNING - FEMA STUDY PACKAGE / PKG #2 7:00 4/28/2006 TERROR NEWS CONFERENCE 9:00 4/28/2006 CANNING - TERRORISM REPORT 11:00 4/28/2006 BISHOPS FRIST 13:00 5/1/2006 GW BUSH - SOCIAL SECURITY 15:00 5/2/2006 DEMOCRATS ON GAS PRICES 18:30 5/3/2006 KULYCKY 20:00 5/3/2006 CAFE HEARING / CORPORATE AVERAGE FUEL ECONOMY 24:00 5/3/2006 CANNING - BIRD FLU 430 25:30 5/3/2006 ATTORNIES ON VERDICT ( PROSECUTORS ) 27:30 5/3/2006 GW BUSH SOT ON MOUSSAOUI VERDICT 29:00 5/4/2006 9/11 / 9-11 / 911 FAMILES SOTS TO MOUSSAOUI 32:00 5/4/2006 GW BUSH - NATIONAL PRAYER BREAKFAST 35:30 5/4/2006 GW BUSH PHOTO OP WITH URUGUAY PRESIDENT 36:30 5/4/2006 WHITE HOUSE BRIEFING - MOUSSAOUI VERDICT 38:00 5/4/2006 MOUSSAOUI SKETCHES TODAY 42:00 5/5/2006 KULYCKY - KENNEDY FRIDAY AM PKG 44:00 5/9/2006 HAYDEN FEINSTEIN 45:00 5/9/2006 CANNING - MEDICARE 430 47:00 5/12/2006 GW BUSH PHOTO OP 51:00 5/12/2006 HAYDEN - SENATOR HAGEL PHOTO OP 52:30 5/16/2006 GW BUSH AUSTRALIA PRIME MINISTER HOWARD 55:30 5/16/2006 CANNING - IMMIGRATION 430 57:30 5/17/2006 GW BUSH - OLYMPIC TEAMS 59:30 5/17/2006 JEREMY BLOOM SOTS / OLYMPIAN VO 1:01:30 5/17/2006 TANNING BEDS SOTS
BEACH RESTORATION (5-13-2006)
FOOTAGE OF BEACH RENOURISHMENT OR RESTORATION AT THE NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY IN FLORIDA. THIS 21 MILLION DOLLAR PROJECT STARTED IN MAY OF 2005, WAS DELAYED BY NUMEROUS HURRICANES AND IS TO BE COMPLETED IN MID-JUNE 2006 BEFORE THE PEAK OF HURRICANE SEASON. CREWS WORK 24/7 ON THE PROJECT. SAND IS SUCKED OFF THE GULF OF MEXICO FLOOR 3 TO 4 MILES OFF SHORE BY A SHIP CALLED A HOPPER DREDGE AND STORED ONBOARD. THE SHIP THEN MOVES IN AS CLOSE AS 3000 FT FROM SHORE AND PUMPS THE SAND MIXED WITH WATER (CALLED SLURRY) THROUGH A 24 INCH MOBILE PIPELINE TO THE BEACH WHERE BULLDOZERS PUSH THE WET SAND AROUND TO EXTEND THE BEACH. BARRING ANY MAJOR HURRICANE STRIKES, THE SAND IS EXPECTED TO LAST 8 YEARS.
OPERATION COMMUNITY SHIELD FILE VIDEO
B-ROLL FROM THE U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. THIS TAPE DEALS WITH OPERATION COMMUNITY SHIELD. INFO AS FOLLOWS: In February 2005, ICE began Operation Community Shield, a national law enforcement initiative that targets violent transnational street gangs through the use of ICE's broad law enforcement powers, including the unique and powerful authority to remove (deport) criminal aliens, including illegal aliens and legal permanent resident aliens. Under Operation Community Shield, ICE: Partners with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, in the United States and abroad, to develop a comprehensive and integrated approach in conducting criminal investigations and other law enforcement operations against violent street gangs and others who pose a threat to public safety. Identifies violent street gangs and develops intelligence on their membership, associates, criminal activities and international movements. Deters, disrupts and dismantles gang operations by tracing and seizing cash, weapons and other assets derived from criminal activities. Seeks prosecution and/or removal of alien gang members from the United States . Works closely with our attaché offices throughout Latin America and foreign law enforcement counterparts in gathering intelligence, sharing information and conducting coordinated enforcement operations. Conducts outreach efforts to increase public awareness about the fight against violent street gangs. Initially, the focus of ICE's efforts were directed toward the Mara Salvatrucha organization, commonly referred to as MS-13, one of the most violent and rapidly growing transnational street gangs. In May 2005, ICE expanded Operation Community Shield to include all transnational criminal street gangs and prison gangs. Results: Since inception, ICE agents across 100 field offices, working in conjunction with hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies nationwide, have arrested a total of 7,655 street gang members and associates, representing over 700 different gangs. These apprehensions include 2,444 criminal arrests and 5,211 administrative immigration arrests. One hundred-seven of those arrested were gang leaders. More than 2,555 of the arrested suspects had violent criminal histories. Through this initiative, ICE has also seized and removed from the streets 287 firearms. In all, Operation Community Shield arrests are up 533 percent since fiscal year 2005 and 134 percent over fiscal year 2006. Major Enforcement Actions: September 24, 2007 (Twin Cities metropolitan area and Albany , Willmar and Worthington , Minn. ): 34 aliens with ties to violent street gangs were arrested during a weeklong operation. All those arrested were targeted for their affiliations with violent street gangs such as Sureño-13, Vatos Locos, Rough Tough Somali Crips, and the Mexican Mafia, among others. Five of those apprehended were arrested on state criminal charges. Thirty of those arrested are illegal aliens and four are U.S. permanent residents whose previous criminal convictions render them eligible for deportation. Nine of the illegal aliens have been presented to the U.S. Attorney's Office for federal prosecution for re-entering the United States after having already been deported, which is a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison. ICE will process the remainder for deportation. Those arrested during this operation are from Mexico , Nicaragua , El Salvador and Somalia . September 2, 2007 ( Oklahoma City ): 65 people were arrested during a seven-day local enforcement action targeting violent street gang members. Those arrested include members of the following Oklahoma City street gangs: Barrio Gran Mexicanos, Gran Barrio Central, Juarito Sureno 14, LA 36, Los Centrales, Murdertown, South Side Locos and Sureno 13. Those arrested originate from the following countries: Costa Rica , El Salvador , Honduras , Iraq and Mexico . Three U.S. citizens were also arrested during this operation by local law enforcement agencies. Forty-two of those arrested are known members of local street gangs; 15 had active warrants for their arrest, or were arrested on state charges. Three aliens who did not have previous criminal convictions have already been voluntarily returned to Mexico . Some of the crimes associated with those arrested during this local operation include: 1st degree rape, burglary, drug trafficking and various drug-related convictions, sexual battery, lewd acts with a child, assaulting a police office, harboring a fugitive, intentionally discharging a firearm, and illegally possessing a firearm. August 30, 2007 ( Chelsea , East Boston, Everett , Lynn , Revere and Somerville , Mass. ): 36 violent street gang members and associates were arrested during a three-day long operation. Those arrested are members and associates of the violent street gang Mara-Salvatrucha (MS-13). They come from El Salvador , Colombia , Guatemala , Honduras and Nicaragua . Of the 36 arrested, 27 entered the United States without inspection, 4 are Lawful Permanent Residents with criminal convictions that make them subject to removal from the U.S, 2 have re-entered the United States after having been deported, 2 individuals have final orders of removal from an immigration judge, and one individual was arrested on a state warrant. In addition to the arrests, the action has resulted in the seizure of a variety of machetes, knives, switchblades and a small quantity of cocaine. The criminal records of those arrested include murder, assault and battery with a deadly weapon and assault and battery – domestic, assault and battery on a police officer, possession of a firearm, armed robbery, armed assault, possession of cocaine and marijuana, breaking and entering at night with intent to commit a felony, larceny and possession burglary tools and malicious destruction of property. August 21, 2007 (northern and northwest Chicago suburbs, including Waukegan , Mundelein and Round Lake ): 58 Mexican nationals with ties to violent street gangs were arrested. They are affiliated with violent street gangs such as the Latin Kings, Sureno-13s, and the Latin Lovers. Of those arrested, 37 are illegal aliens and 21 are U.S. permanent residents whose previous criminal convictions render them eligible for deportation. Some of the crimes associated with the gang members arrested include aggravated battery, possessing a controlled substance, armed violence, possessing a firearm, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, drunken driving, mob action and burglary. August 22, 2007 ( San Diego north county communities of Vista, Oceanside , Escondido and San Marcos ): 60 foreign nationals from Mexico with ties to violent street gangs were arrested during a two week operation. July 22, 2007 ( Arlington , Dallas , Farmers Branch, Fort Worth , Irving and Wichita Falls , Texas ): 121 violent street gang members were arrested during a seven-day enforcement action. Included were members of 27 local street gangs: 18th St., 28th St., Asian Boyz, Brown Pride, Diamond Hill, Eastside Homeboys, Eastside Locos, FTH, Fort Worth 28 Pride, How High Crew, Junior Homeboyz, Latin Kings, Love Field Players, Mexican Klan Locos, Mexican Mafia, MS-13, Neighborhood Crips, Northside Friends, Northside Locos, Puro Loco Mexicanos, Puro Tango Blast, Riverside 13, Sureno 13, True Bud Smokers, Valgos 18, Varrio Northside and Westside 12. Some of the crimes associated with the gang members arrested include; murder, sexually assaulting a child, robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated robbery, possessing a controlled substance, manufacturing a controlled substance, unlawfully carrying a weapon, engaging in organized criminal activity, burglary of a building, evading arrest, and resisting arrest. June 6, 2007 ( Anaheim , Long Beach , Los Angeles , Palmdale, Pasadena , San Fernando , Santa Ana , Signal Hill and Ventura , Calif. ): Six foreign nationals with ties to violent street gangs in the Southland were arrested during the week in an operation that resulted in the arrest of 124 gang members over a three month period. 36 were arrested on criminal charges and 88 on administrative immigration violations. Some of the gangs involved included; MS-13, White Fence, the 18th Street Gang, the Black P-Stones, the Eastside Longos, the Villa Boys, and Los Primos. May 24, 2007 (Guttenberg, Paterson , Union City and West New York, N. J.): An enforcement operation shut down a criminal enterprise run by members of the Latin Kings international gang in northern Hudson County . Tito Lopez, a.k.a. "King Chino," an allegedly high-ranking Latin Kings gang member and leader of the drug distribution organization was arrested. He is allegedly responsible for leading fellow gang members to a host of criminal actions including drug distribution, burglaries, witness intimidation, assaults and weapon sales. In all, the operation netted five federal, 12 state and two ICE administrative arrests. Additionally, 340 grams of cocaine and over one pound of marijuana were seized. March 27, 2007 (Guayama, Puerto Rico ): 36 suspected members of a major violent street gang were arrested, stemming from a long-term federal investigation that targeted a Guayama-based street gang known as the Killer Bees. The investigation revealed that the Killer Bees controlled the drug and gun trafficking operations within several public housing projects and other low-income areas. The Killer Bees were also allegedly responsible for the distribution of narcotics and illegal weapons within the public housing projects as well as for laundering the proceeds generated from the illicit activity. March 9, 2006 (23 states): During a two-week enforcement action, ICE arrested 375 gang members and associates in 23 states in a joint effort with law enforcement agencies nationwide. Large numbers of gang members were arrested in Dallas (44), San Diego (41), Washington , D.C. (22), Miami (22), and Raleigh , N.C. (19). Those arrested included members of MS-13, Surenos, 18th Street Gang, Latin Kings, Bloods, Crips, Armenian Power, Street Thug Criminals, Brown Pride, Asian Dragon Family, Avenue Assassins, Spanish Gangster Disciples, Big Time Killers and Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos. More than 260 of the 375 individuals arrested have past criminal records, most of them violent. July 28, 2005 (nationwide): ICE arrested 582 street gang members and associates during a two-week, nationwide enforcement action. More than 54 violent street gangs were targeted, including Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), Sureños, 18th Street Gang, Latin Kings, Vatos Locos, Mexican Mafia, La Raza gang, Border Brothers, Brown Pride, Norteno, Florencia 13, Tiny Rascal, Asian Boyz and Jamaican Posse. March 14, 2005 ( Baltimore , Dallas , Los Angeles , Miami , Newark , New York and Washington , D.C. ): ICE arrested 103 members of the violent street gang Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS-13) in seven cities as part of the new anti-gang initiative called “Operation Community Shield.” Intelligence Gathering and Sharing: Under Operation Community Shield, ICE has received thousands of names of known and suspected gang members from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, as well as from foreign governments. This information is routinely compared with ICE's immigration and customs databases to identify and prioritize gang suspects who may be subject to ICE's legal jurisdiction. ICE's Law Enforcement Support Center (LESC) in Vermont plays a central role in this effort by running data on gang suspects provided by other law enforcement agencies against its immigration databases to determine whether these individuals are subject to ICE's federal immigration authorities. This data is then shared with ICE field offices and law enforcement
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