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UNITED STATES SENATE: PRESIDENT TRUMP IMPEACHMENT TRIAL DAY 12 1601- END
1550 SENATE FS102 90 Trump Impeachment Trial, Day 12: The Senate convenes and proceeds to a period of morning business, at 4:00 p.m. resuming its sitting as a Court of Impeachment for the impeachment trial of Donald John Trump, President of the United States, voting on the articles of impeachment. 160414 JUSTICE ROBERTS>> The Senate will convene as a court of impeachment [bangs gavel] If there's no objection,the journal of proceedings of the trial are approved to date. The deputy Sergeant at Arms will make the proclamation . 160430 SGT AT ARMS>> Hear ye, hear ye. All persons are commanded to keep silence on pain of imprisonment while the senate of the United States is sitting for the trial of the articles of impeachment exhibited by the house of representatives against Donald John trump, president of the united States. As a reminder to everyone in the chamber as well as those in the galleries, demonstrations of approval or disapproval are prohibited . 160455 ROBERTS>> The majority leader is recognized. 160458 MITCH MCCONNELL>> The senate is now ready to vote on the articles of impeachment and after that is done we will adjourn the court of impeachment . ROBERTS>> The clerk will read the first article of impeachment. 160510 CLERK>> Article 1, abuse of power. The constitution provides the house of representatives, quote, "shall have the power -- sole power of impeachment." And that the president, quote, "shall be removed from office on impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," closed quote. In his conduct of the office of president of the united States and in violation of his constitutional oath to faithfully execute the office of president of the united States and to the best of his ability preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed. 160552 Donald J. Trump has abused the powers of the president in that using the powers of high office, president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government, Ukraine, in the 2020 United States presidential election. He did so through a scheme or course of conduct that included soliciting the government of Ukraine to publicly announce investigations that would benefit his reelection. Harmed the election prospects of a political opponent and influence the 2020 United States presidential election to his advantage. 160626 President Trump also sought to pressure the government of Ukraine to take the steps by conditioning official United States government acts of significant value to Ukraine on its public announcement of the investigations. President Trump engaged in this scheme or course of conduct for corrupt purposes in pursuit of personal political benefit. In doing so president trump used the powers of the presidency in a manner that compromise the national security of the United States and undermined the integrity of the democratic process. He thus ignored and injured the interests of the nation. 160700 President Trump engaged in this scheme or course of conduct through the following means. 1, President Trump, acting both directly and through his agents within and outside the United States government, corruptly solicited the government of Ukraine to publicly announce investigations into A, a political opponent, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Junior and B, a discredited theory promoted by Russia, alleging that Ukraine rather than Russia interfered in the 2016 United States presidential election. 160732 2, with the same corrupt motives president trump acting both directly and through his agents within the outside of the United States government conditioned two official acts on the public announcements that he had requested. A: the release of $391 million dollars of the United States taxpayer funds that congress had appropriated on a bipartisan basis for the purpose of providing vital military and security assistance to Ukraine to oppose Russian aggression, and which president Trump had ordered suspended. 160802 And "B": a head of state meeting at the White House, which the president of Ukraine sought to demonstrate continued United States support for the government of Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression. 3, faced with a public revelation of his actions, President Trump ultimately released the military and security assistance to the government of Ukraine and has persisted in openly and corruptly urging and soliciting Ukraine to undertake investigations for his personal political benefit. 160829 These actions were consistent with President Trump's previous invitation of foreign interference in United States elections. In all of this, President Trump abused the powers of the presidency by ignoring and injuring national security and other vital national interests to obtain an improper personal political benefit. He has betrayed the nation by abusing his high office to enlist a foreign power in corrupting democratic elections. Wherefore president trump by such conduct has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to national security and the constitution if allowed to remain in office and has acted in a manner grossly incompatible with self-governance and the rule of law. 160908 President Trump thus warrants impeachment and trial, removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States. ROBERTS>> Each Senator when his or her name is called will stand in his or her place and vote guilty or not guilty, as required by rule 23 of the Senate rules on impeachment. Article 1 section 3 clause 6 of the constitution regarding the vote required for conviction on impeachment 160941 provides that no person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two thirds of the members present. The question is on the first article of impeachment, senators, how say you? Is the respondent Donald John Trump guilty or not guilty? A roll call vote is required. The court will call the roll. ROLL CALL CLERK>> Senator Alexander, Mister Alexander, not guilty. Mister Baldwin, Baldwin, guilty. Mister Barrasso. Not guilty. 161022 ROBERTS>> Mister Bennett? Mister Bennett, guilty. Mrs. Blackburn? Mrs. Blackburn, not guilty. Mister Blumenthal? Mister Blumenthal, guily. Mister Blunt? Mister Blunt, not guilty. Mister Booker? Mister Booker, guilty. 161042 Mister Boozman. Mister Boozman, not guilty. Mister Braun? Mister Braun, not guilty. Mister Brown? Mister Brown, guilty. Mister Burr. Mister Burr, not guilty. Miss Cantwell? Miss Cantwell, guilty. Mrs Capito? Mrs. Capito, not guilty. 161117 Mister cardin? Mister cardin, guilty. Mister Carper? Mr Carper, guilty. Mister Casey? Mister Casey, guilty. Mister Cassidy? Mister Cassidy, not guilty. Miss COLLINS? Miss COLLINS, not guilty. Mister Coons? Mister Coons, guilty. 161146 Mister Cornyn? Mister Cornyn, not guilty. Miss Cortez-masto. Miss Cortez-masto, guilty. Mister cotton? Mr Cotton, not guilty. Mr Kramer? Mister Kramer, not guilty. Mister Crapo. Mister Crapo, not guilty. 161212 Mister Cruz? Mr Cruz, not guilty. Mr Danes? Mister Danes, not guilty. Miss Duckworth? Miss Duckworth, guilty. Mister Durbin? Mister Durbin, guilty. Mister Enzi? Mister Enzi, not guilty. 161236 Miss Ernst? Mister Ernst, not guilty. Miss Feinstein? Miss Feinstein, guilty. Miss Fischer? Miss Fischer, not guilty. Mister Gardner? Mister Gardner, not guilty. Mrs Gillibrand? Mrs Gillibrand, guilty. Mister Graham? Mister graham, not guilty. Mister grassley? Mr Grassley, not guilty. 161311 Miss Harris. Miss Harris, guilty. Miss hassan, Miss Hassan, guilty. Mister Hawley, Mister Hawley, not guilty. Mister Heinrich. Mister heinrich, guilty. Miss hirono, Miss hirono, guilty. Mister Hoeven, Mister Hoeven, not guilty. Mrs. Hyde Smith, Mrs. Hyde Smith, not guilty. 161346 Mister inhof, Mister inhof, not guilty. Mister Johnson, Mister Johnson, not guilty. Mister JOMES. Mister JONES, guilty. Mister kaine. Mr. kaine, guilty. Mister Kennedy, not guilty. Mister king. Mister king, guilty. 161421 Miss Klobuchar. Miss Klobuchar, guilty. Mister lankford. Mister Lankford, not guilty. Mister Leahy. Mister Leahy, guilty. mister Lee. Mister Lee, not guilty. Mrs. Loeffler. Mrs. Loeffler, not guilty. Mister Manchin, Mister Manchin, guilty. Mister Markey. Mister Markey, guilty. 161453 Mister Mcconnell. Mister Mcconnell, not guilty. Miss McSally. Miss McSally, not guilty. Mister Menendez. Mister Menendez, guilty. mister Merkley Mister Merkley, guilty. Mister moran. Mister Moran, not guilty. Miss Murkowski. Miss Murkowski, not guilty. 161525 Miss Murphy, mister Murphy, guilty. Mrs. Murray. Mrs. Murray, guilty. Mister Paul. Mister Paul, not guilty. Mister perdue. Mister perdue, not guilty. Mister Peters. Mister Peters, guilty. mister portman. Mister portman, not guilty. Mister Reid. Mister Reid, guilty. Mister Risch, Mister Risch, not guilty. 161600 Mister Roberts. Mister Roberts, not guilty. 161605 MISTER ROMNEY, MISTER ROMNEY, guilty. Miss Rosen. Ms. Rosen, guilty. Mister rounds. Mister rounds, not guilty. Mister Rubio, Mister Rubio, not guilty. Mister Sanders. Mister sanders, guilty. Mister sasse. Mister sasse, not guilty. 161634 Mister Schatz. Mister Schatz, guilty. Mister Schumer. Mister Schumer, guilty. Mister Scott of Florida. Mister Scott of Florida, not guilty. Mister Scott of South Carolina. Mister Scott of South Carolina, not guilty. 161657 Mrs. Shaheen? Mrs. Shaheen, guilty. Mister Shelby? Mr Shelby, not guilty. Miss Sinema? Miss Sinema, guilty. Ms. Smith? Ms Smith, guilty. Miss stabenow? Miss stabenow, guilty. 161718 Mister sullivan? Mister sullivan, not guilty. Mister Tester? Mister Tester, guilty. Mister Thune? Mister Thune, not guilty. Mister Tillis? Mr Tillis, not guilty. Mir Toomey? Mister Toomey, not guilty. 161742 Mister Udall? Mister Udall, guilty. Mister Van Hollen? Mister van Hollen, guilty. Mister Warner? Mister Warner, guilty. Miss Warren? Miss Warren, guilty. Mister Whitehouse? Mr. Whitehouse, guilty. 161804 Mister wicker? Mister Wicker, not guilty. Mister Wyden? Mister wyden, guilty. Mister Young? Mister young, not guilty. 161929 ROBERTS >> This article of impeachment, 48 senators have pronounced Donald John Trump, President of the United States guilty as charged. 52 senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged. Two thirds of the senators present not having pronounced him guilty, the senate adjudges that the respondent Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the first article of impeachment. 161959 The clerk will read the second article of impeachment. CLERK >> ARTICLE TWO / Article 2, obstruction of congress. The constitution provides the house of representatives shall have the full power of impeachment and that the president shall be removed office on impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors in his constitutional oath faithfully execute the office of president of the united States 162038 and to the best of his ability preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, Donald J trump has directed the unprecedented, categorical and indiscriminate defiance of subpoenas issued by the House of Representatives pursuant to its full power of impeachment, president trump has abused the powers of the presidency in a manner offensive to and subversive of the constitution 162112 in that the House of representatives has engaged in an impeachment inquiry focused on president trump's corrupt solicitation of the government of the Ukraine to interfere in the 2020 United States presidential election. As part of this impeachment inquiry, the committee's undertaking the investigation, serve subpoenas, seeking documents and testimony deemed vital to the inquiry from various executive branch agencies and offices and current and former officials. 162142 In response without lawful cause or excuse president trump directed executive branch agencies, offices and individuals not to comply with those subpoenas. President Trump thus interposed the powers of the presidency against the lawful subpoenas of the house of representatives, and assumed to himself functions and judgments necessary to the exercise of the sole power of impeachment vested by the constitution in the house of representatives. 162211 President Trump abused the powers of his high office through the following means. One: Directing the white house to defy a lawful subpoena by withholding the production of documents sought therein by the committees. Two: directing other executive branch agencies and offices to defy lawful subpoenas and withhold the production of documents and records from the committees in response to which the department of state, office of management and budget, department of energy and department of defense refused to produce a single document or Record. 162243 Three: directing current and former executive branch officials not to cooperate with the committees, in response to which nine administration officials defied subpoenas for testimony, namely John Michael "Mick" Mulvaney, Robert B. Blair, John A. Eisenbg , Michael Ellis, Kristin Wells -Griffith, Russell T. Vott, Michael Duffey, Brian Mccormick and T. Ulrich Brechbuhl 162309 These actions were consistent with President Trump's previous efforts to undermine United States investigations into foreign interference in the United States election. Through these actions, President Trump sought to arrogate to himself the right to determine the propriety, scope and nature of an impeachment inquiry into his own conduct as well as the unilateral prerogative to deny any and all information to the house representatives in the exercise of its sole power of impeachment. 162340 In the history of the republic president has ever ordered the complete defiance of an impeachment inquiry or sought to obstruct and impede so comprehensively the ability of the house of representatives to investigate high crimes and misdemeanors. This abuse of office served to cover up the president's own repeated misconduct and defuse and control the power of impeachment and thus to nullify a vital constitutional safeguard vested solely in the house of representatives. 162409 In all of this President Trump has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as president and subversive of the constitutional government to the great prejudice of the cause of law and justice and to the manifest injury of the people of the United States. Wherefore president trump by such conduct has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to the constitution if allowed to remain in office and has acted in a manner grossly incompatible with self-governance and the rule of law. President Trump thus warrants impeachment and trial, removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States. 162453 ROBERTS>> The question is on the second article of impeachment. Senators, how say you, is the respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty? The clerk will call the roll. CLERK>> Mister Alexander, not guilty. Miss Baldwin. Guilty. Mister Barrasso. Not guilty. Mister Bennett. Guilty. 162522 Mrs. Blackburn? Not guilty. Mister Blumenthal? Guilty. Mister Blunt? Not guilty. Mister Booker? Guilty. Mister Boozeman? Not guilty. 162544 Mister Braun? Not guilty. Mister Brown? Guilty. Mister Burr? Not guilty. Miss Cantwell? Guilty. Mister Capito? Not guilty. 162606 Mister Cardin. Guilty. Mister Carper? Guilty. Mister Casey? Guilty. Mister Cassidy? Not guilty. Miss Collins? Not guilty. 162629 Mister Coons? Guilty. Mister Cornyn? Not guilty. Miss Cortez masto? Guilty. 162644 Mister Cotton, not guilty. Mister Cramer. Not guilty. mister Crapo, not guilty. Mister Cruz. Not guilty. Mister Daines. Not guilty. Miss Duckworth. Guilty. Mister Durbin. Guilty. Mister enzi, not guilty. Miss ernst. Not guilty. 162720 Mrs Feinstein. Guilty. Mrs. Fischer. Not guilty. Mister Gardner. Not guilty. Mrs. Gillibrand. Guilty. Mister graham. Not guilty. Mister grassley. Not guilty. Miss Harris. Guilty. Miss Hassan. Guilty. 162755 Mister Hawley? Not guilty. Mister Heinrich? Guilty. Miss Hirono? Guilty. Mister Hoeven? Not guilty. Mrs. Hyde Smith? Not guilty. 162811 Mister Inhofe? Not guilty. Mister Johnson? Not guilty. Mister Jones? Guilty. Mister Kaine? Guilty. Mister Kennedy? Not guilty. 162831 Mister king? Guilty. Miss Klobuchar? Guilty. Mister Lankford? Not guilty. Mister Leahy? Guilty 162848 Mister Lee. Not guilty. Mrs. Loeffler. Not guilty. Mister MANCHIN. guilty. Mister Markey. guilty. Mister Mcconnell. Not guilty. Miss mcsally. Not guilty. Mister Menendez. Guilty. Mister Merkley. Guilty. 162920 Mister Moran. Not guilty. Miss murkowski. Not guilty. Mister Murphy. guilty. Miss Murray, guilty. Mister Paul, not guilty. Mister perdue. Not guilty. Mister Peters. Guilty. Mister Portman. Not guilty. Mister Reid. Guilty. Mister Risch. Not guilty. Mister Roberts. Not guilty. 163004 CLERK>> MISTER ROMNEY? 163006 ROMNEY>> Not guilty. CLERK>> Not Guilty. 163009 Miss rosen? Guilty. Mister rounds. Not guilty. Mister Rubio. Not guilty. Mister Sanders. Guilty. Mister sasse. Not guilty. Mister Schatz. Guilty. Mister schumer. Guilty. Mister Scott of Florida. Not guilty. 163040 Mister Scott of South Carolina. Not guilty. Mrs. Shaheen. Guilty. Mister Shelby. Not guilty. Miss Sinema, guilty. Miss Smith, guilty. Miss Stabenow, guilty. Mister Sullivan, not guilty. Mister tester. Guilty. Mister Thune. Not guilty. Mister tillis. Not guilty. Mister toome. Not guilty. Mister Udall. Guilty. 163123 Mister van Hollen. Guilty. Mister Warner. Guilty. Miss Warren. Guilty. Mister Whitehouse, guilty. Mister wicker. Not guilty. Minister wyden. guilty. Mister Young. Not guilty. 163230 ROBERTS>>>> On this article of impeachment, 47 senators have pronounced Donald John Trump, President of the United States, guilty as charged. 53 senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged. Two thirds of the senators present not having produced in guilty, the senate adjudges that respondent Donald John Trump, President of the United States, is not guilty as charged in the second article of impeachment. 163300 The presiding officer directs judgment to be entered in accordance with the judgment of the Senate as follows. The senate having tried Donald John Trump, President of the United States on two articles of impeachment exhibited against him by the House of Representatives, and two thirds of the senators present not having found him guilty of the charges contained therein, it is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John Trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges said articles. 163330 MCCONNELL>> Mister chief justice? ROBERTS>> The majority leader is recognized . MCCONNELL>> I sent an order to the desk . ROBERTS>> The clerk will report. 163349 CLERK>> Order that the secretary be directed to communicate to the secretary of state as provided by rule 23 of the rules of procedure and practice in the senate when sitting on impeachment trials and also to the house of representatives the judgment of the senate in the case of Donald John Trump and transmit a certified copy of the judgment to each. ROBERTS>> Without objection the order will be entered. 163414 MCCONNELL>> Mister chief justice? ROBERTS>> The majority leader is recognized. MCCONNELL>> Before this process fully concludes I want to very quickly acknowledge a few of the people who helped the Senate fulfill our duty these past weeks. First and foremost, I know my colleagues join me in thanking chief justice Roberts for presiding over the Senate trial with a clear head, steady hand, and the forbearance that this rare occasion commands. [Applause] 163454 We know full well that his presence as our presiding officer came in addition to, not instead of, his day job across the street. So the Senate thanks the Chief Justice and his staff who helped him perform this unique role. Like his predecessor, Chief Justice Rehnquist, the senate will ard chief Justice Roberts the Golden Gavel, to commemorate his time presiding over this boy. We typically award this to new senators after 100 hours in the chair but I think we can agree that chief justice has put in his due and then some. 163536 The page is delivering the gavel. ROBERTS>> Thank you very much. MCCONNELL>> Of course, there are countless senate professionals whose efforts were essential. I have more thorough thanks to offer next week to all of those teams, form the secretary of the senate's office to the parliamentarian, to sergeant at arms team and beyond. 163601 But there are two more groups I'd like to single out now. First, the two different classes of senate pages who participated this trial. Their footwork and cool under pressure literally kept the floor running. Our current class came on board right in the middle of the third presidential impeachment trial in American history and quickly found themselves hand delivering 180 question cards from senators' desks to the dias. No pressure, right guys? 163631 So thank you all very much for your good work . [Applause] 163643 And second, the fine men and women of the capital police. We know that the safety of our democracy literally rests in their hands every single day. But the heightened measures surrounding the trial meant even more hours and even more work and even more vigilance. Thank you all very much for your service to this body and to the country . [Applause] 163710 SCHUMER>> Mr Chief Justice? ROBERTS>> The chair recognizes the democratic leader. 163715 SCHUMER>> I join the Republican leader in thanking the personnel who aided the Senate over the past several weeks. Capital police do an outstanding job day in, day out to protect the members of this chamber, their staffs, the press and everyone who works in and visits this capital. They were asked to work extra shifts and in greater numbers to provide additional security over the past three weeks. Thank you to every one of them. 163742 I too would like to thank those wonderful pages. I so much enjoyed you with your serious faces walking down right here and giving the chief justice our questions. As the leader noted, the new class of pages started midway in this impeachment trial. When you take a new job you are usually given a few days to take stock of things, get up to speed. 163803 This class was given no such leeway but they stepped right in, didn't miss a beat. Ferrying hundreds of questions from US senators to the chief justice on national television is not how most of us spend our first week at work. But they did it with aplomb. I'd also like to extend my personal thank you to David Howk(sp?), director of the office of accessibility services; Tyler Pumphrey, the supervisor; and Grace Ridgway, the wonderful director of capital facilities. 163834 Everyone graces -- on Grace's team worked so hard to make sure we were ready for impeachment. Gary Richardson, known affectionately to us as Tiny, the chief chamber attendant. Jim Hoover and the cabinet shop who built new cabinets to deprive us of the use of our electronics and fliphones during the trial. 163900 Brenda Byrd. Brenda Byrd and her team did a spectacular job keeping the capital clean, and Lyden Webb and his team moved the furniture and then moved it again and again. Grace, we appreciate your hard work. Please convey our sincerest thanks to your staff. Thank you all, the whole staff, for your diligent work through many long days and late nights during this trying time in our nation's history. 163932 MCCONNELL> Mr. Chief Justice. ROBERTS >> And the chair wishes to make a very brief statement. I would like to begin by thanking the majority leader and democratic leader for their support as I attempted to carry out ill-defined responsibilities in an unfamiliar setting. They ensured that I had the wise counsel of the senate itself through its secretary and her legislative staff. I am especially grateful to the parliamentarian and her deputy for their unfailing patience and keen insight. I am likewise grateful to the sergeant at arms and his staff for the assistance and many courtesies extended during my of required residency. 164010 And thank you all for making my presence here as comfortable as possible. As I depart the chamber I do so with an invitation to visit the court. By long tradition and in memory of the 135 years we sat in this building, we keep the front row of the gallery in our courtroom open for members of congress who might want to drop by to see an argument or to escape one. I also depart with sincere good wishes as we carry out our common commitment to the constitution through the distinct roles assigned to us by that charter. 164047 You have been generous hosts and I look forward to seeing you again under happier circumstances.The chair recognizes the majority leader. MCCONNELL>> I move that the senate sitting as a court of impeachment on the articles against Donald John Trump adjourn, sine die. ROBERTS>> Without objection, the motion is agreed to. The senate sitting as a court of impeachment stands adjourned, sine die. 164236 PRESIDING OFFICER >> The presiding officer. The deputy sergeant at arms will escort the house managers out of the senate chamber . 164304 MCCONNELL>> President. PRESIDING OFFICER >> The majority leader. MCCONNELL >> I suggest the absence of quorum . PRESIDING OFFICER>> The clerk will call the roll . [Roll call] [4:46:44 PM] >> Some of you are probably wondering what's left to be said after listening to this for the last two or three weeks. As you know I'm occasionally rather parsimonious at times with comments and I thought it best to wait until this is behind us before having a more open discussion with all of you about what we've just witnessed. Now, let me start by say I don't think any of you doubt that this was the most partisan of exercises. We all fully remembered and it's been said numerous times, the speaker said roughly a year ago you shouldn't go forward with an impeachment if it was not bipartisan. I've watched it very carefully over the years, our leadership position overlapped and en before then , we were working together on appropriation bills back in the early day. I'm pretty sure she didn' want to do this . But the fact that she was pulled into this direction [4:47:46 PM] against what appeared to be her political instincts a year ago underscores that this was a purely political exercise. Now, having been dragged into something she instinctively felt was a misk, and the second impulse was let's get this over with quickly as possible . Get it out of her, get it over in the othebody and let them deal with it . So that's why you had an abbreviate, trunted rush job over in the house. But even during that abbreviated period, it W pretty clear that they are amassed a significant body of evidence from witnesses which you heard them argue about over here frequently. Had they provided with us in [4:48:49 PM] the house record testimony from 13 witnesses, deposition from 17 witnesses, then of course we had added on top of the 180 questions that we would witness 193 witnesses, video clips and 28,000 pages of evidence. So I asked my staff to count the number of times we heard from the house managers during their presentation, how many Tes it was already proven. There were 60 times, 60 in which house managers said during their presentation to us that the case was either proven or proof, 60 times. There were 33 more times when one or more of the house managers said the evidence was overwhelming. So where D the nonsense about witnesses come from ? I have a pretty good idea. [4:49:53 PM] After this early political exercise (house, it came over to the senate and there was a lot of pull data taken, how are we going to sell this to senators? How are we going to sell it to the erican people even though we already have all O this testimony and all of these Esses, what polls well ? Why course, if you ask the average citizen whether they think there ought to B witnesses in the trial , you're going to get an answer that you want. So the speaker I gather decided to sit on the impeachment papers after arguing that this was a matter of great urgency and the president needed to be removed from office as sooas possible . Sit on them for a month to laughably think that somehow gave me leverage to concede their principal political argument which was this is all about witnesses over H on our side . Well, that brought one of [4:50:55 PM]
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COVERAGE OF TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ATTACKS ON THE WORLD TRADE CENTER AND THE PENTAGON COVERAGE STARTS AT 51:00 in THE DMAC SLUGGED RS 5114 PENTAGON POOL 0840-1000 09:10:25 Today the american people the dept of defense to pay a tribute no visual just audio 09:10:44 The us band under Kernel will perform no visual just audio 09:10:58 Band starts up playing national anthem no visual just audio 09:12:25 Trumpets enter into the song no visual just audio 09:13:22 Band still playing no visual just audio 09:14:11 Band finishes playing no visual just audio 09:14:23 Band starts another song no visual just audio 09:16:03 Band keeps playing music no visual just audio 09:30:08 Ladies and gentlemen "welcome to the pentagon remberance 09:30:26 Please stand and welcome Vice President Joe Biden,Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Admiral Michael Mullen 09:30:47 Biden Panetta and Mullen walk towards stage,remain standing 09:31:02 Announcer: Please remain standing for the presentation of colors, the national anthem and Donald Rutherford 09:31:42 Color guards approach the stage with flags 09:31:57 Color guards march towards front of stage 09:32:02 Salute 09:32:08 Singing of National Anthem 09:32:31 Shot of audience 09:32:40 Close up of woman singing (right side of her face) 09:32:55 Zoom in on woman singing 09:32:58 Dissolve to American flag draped over pentagon 09:33:10 Dissolve back to singer "for the land of the free..." 09:33:23 Close up of american flag 09:33:34 Color guards leave stage 09:33:55 Announcer: Let us pray... 09:34:17 Zoom to Biden 09:34:21 Zoom to audience wide shot of crowd 09:34:32 People with heads bowed listening to prayer 09:34:48 Biden, Panetta and Mullen 09:34:53 Announcer: holy name amen 09:35:00 Announcer: please be seated 09:35:05 Announcer: 10 years ago at 937 am the pentagon was attacked moment of silence to tribute those who perished 09:35:24 Audience then Sailors 09:35:35 Shot of mom holding infant baby 09:35:42 Biden, Mullen, Panetta 09:35:56 Choir begins singing Amazing Grace 09:36:07 Zoom in of American flag 09:36:18 Choir singing Amazing Grace 09:36:29 Close up of audience 09:36:41 Choir wide shot 09:36:51 Audience close up teenage boy, teenage girl crying 09:37:02 Wide shot of audeince 09:37:11 Panetta, Biden, Mullen 09:37:17 Choir wideshot 09:37:24 Close up man with sunglasses, asian woman tearing 09:37:37 Flag drapped over Pentagon 09:37:45 Wideshot choir singing 09:37:52 Man and Woman with glasses 09:38:01 Biden with head bowed 09:38:08 Man chewing gum in audience 09:38:19 Pentagon memorial 09:38:29 Flag close up 09:38:40 Pentagon memorial 09:38:44 Admiral Mullen and Panetta 09:38:52 wide shot of audience from top 09:39:01 choir amazing grace 09:39:07 wide shot crowd 09:39:16 zoom in of soloist 09:39:23 dissolve to flag 09:39:29 back to soloist 09:39:40 Zoom in of sunflowers on memorial 09:39:51 Announcer: Ladies and gentleman The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Michael Mullen 09:40:01 Mullen: Mister Vice President, Mister Secretary of defence, distinguished guests, family, frends, loved ones, good morning and welcome. Let me begin by offering on behalf of the 2.2 men and woman...who serve by passing my deepest condolences on the grief you still suffer 09:40:48 Mullen: Lives ended in this place, dreams were shattered futures were altered hopes were dashed 09:41:08 Mullen: You come here, we all come here to rememember mourn and honor,greatest honor lies in our hearts and deeds (flag then face) 09:41:34 Mullen: We have preserved the very ideals others tried to kill 09:41:46 Mullen: I was struck by the words of a young woman who wrote a letter to her dead father who was struck diwb 09:42:12 sign language 09:42:15 Mullen continues reading letter 09:42:24 Tera Fineburg remains proud of her father Allen. Proves worthy of that sacrifice. Hers truly is greatest monument the most enduring memorial.. 09:43:00 Mullen:..its in the children and grandchildren with college defrees, the businesses started..these are things terrorists couldn't erradicate 09:43:27 Mullen: They could bring down the walls but they couldn't bring down America 09:43:46 Mullen: Indeed from this place of wrath and tears america ventured forth 09:44:10 Mullen:2 Million Men and Women deployed to combat..all of them dedicated to making sure a day like that never happens again 09:44:36 Mullen:With great skill and realization that sometimes we defend our national interest when we help our own 09:44:58 Mullen: A lesson you have helped teach us when that war takes the lives of our troops...we again look to your.. 09:45:21 Mullen: Thomas Campbell quote "to live in hearts we leave behind is not to die today" we stand over these hallowed grounds... 09:45:47 Mullen: Heating the better angels of our nature, never forgetting helping others 09:46:04 Mullen: That is victory, thank you (sits) 09:46:15 crowd shot 09:46:18 drums start band begins to play 09:46:30 shot of choir dressed in all white 09:46:44 Choir sings "My eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord" 09:46:55 cut to conductor, cut to choir 09:47:18 Choir continuea singing glory glory hallelujah 09:47:37 Close up of 3 choir members 09:47:44 Soldiers marching entering ceremony holding something in their hands 09:48:01 Soldiers divide and walk in the memorial 09:48:41 Choir sings Glory glory hallelujah while soldiers march into memorial holding wreaths of white flowers 09:49:20 same 09:49:22 zoom in of soldiers marching 09:49:46 zoom in of soldiers marching 09:49:57 wide shot of soldiers in memorial while band is still singing 09:50:16 band continue singing soldiers keep marching in soldier walks to memorial 09:50:51 Shot of last soldiers entering memorial and walking towards 09:51:06 Choir hits high note songs end 09:51:17 Last soldier reaches memorial 09:51:24 Ladies and gentlemen Secretary of Defense Panetta 09:51:35 cut to panetta mister vp mister chairman dis guests lades n gents n part the fams of those that were lost on 9/11 09:52:02 today americans mark 10 yrs since that calm sept mornin when our country our people and our way of life came under attack and the worst terrorist attack in the hist of usa 09:52:34 as we come together this morning at this memorial we do so knowing that the entire nations joins ys in rememb the innnocitn lives that were cruelly taken from us at pent world shanks 09:53:09 thise who survived and lost love ones on the terr day there are no words to ease the pain you still feel 09:53:29 at this very moment on this very spot it is diff to believe that 10 yers ago this was the scene of incredible devastation of horr fire n smoke of heroic 1st responderss....jet flies by 09:54:07 at this spot at this moment and tho 10 yrs have passed thwe oundds still the emotions still raw you will always carry the memory of that day with you and with its aftermath you have shown courage 09:54:47 in your det to honor victims rebuild lives...jet..cut to soldier... 09:55:09 we remember it as a def moment for all americans w were callenged by al q aimed squarely at our values they tried to weaken us and instead made us tronger 09:55:41 our shared believes in liberty equality tolerance and fairness 10 yrs later we show our comm to believes 09:56:07 we pledge to never forget the enemy whmade this happen why we fight them and why well never stop fighting them 09:58:13 we will always remember that they paid the ultimmate sacrifice for america.. 09:58:29 we think of the thousands of americans who carry the seams of war 09:58:40 out of the darkness of this grief out of the darkness of this sorrow has come the light of inspr to serve amer to fight enemies to protect safety of amer ppple to make country stronger for future gen of americans 09:59:18 at this spot at this moment ten yrs later this our solemn parayer and solem pledge to our nation and our wordl as we commemeorate this anniver here today we are honored by the presence of our nations leaders esp 10:00:01 it is my peasure to intro bide
UN Rwanda - UN Session on 10th anniversary of genocide
NAME: UN RWANDA 070404Nx TAPE: EF04/0386 IN_TIME: 10:04:55:20 DURATION: 00:03:29:00 SOURCES: UNTV DATELINE: New York, 7 April 2004 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Exterior of United Nations Secretariat building 2. Exterior of General Assembly 3. Interior of joint General Assembly and Security Council session 4. Podium at the start of the session 5. Rwandan delegation 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Julian Hunte, General Assembly President: "The International Community did not act in time to stop the violence in Rwanda. We know that horrific acts were taking place even as United Nations peacekeeping forces were on the ground, and that some peacekeepers also lost their lives in the wake of the violence. Having had a decade to reflect on what happened in Rwanda, I know we will all agree that we should have acted differently." 7. German delegation 8. UK Ambassador to the UN listening 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Gunter Pleuger, Security Council President: "The genocide in Rwanda has raised questions that affect all human kind. Fundamental questions about the authority and responsibility of the (Security) Council, the effectiveness of the United Nations peacekeeping, the reach of international justice, the roots of violence, and the responsibility of the International Community, to protect people threatened by genocide." 10. Interior of General Assembly 11. Delegates listening 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Louise Frechette, Deputy Secretary-General to the United Nations: "Mister President, we cannot undo the pastor, reverse the crimes that were committed in Rwanda. We cannot repair the failure, but the world can be serious about preventing genocide. The Secretary-General said today that the legacy he would most wish to leave to his successors, is a United Nations better equipped to prevent genocide, and able to act decisively when prevention fails." 13. Various of members of the Harlem Boys Choir singing "Amazing Grace" 14. Frechette, Hunte, and Pleuger standing at the podium for a minute of silence 15. Pan of delegates standing in silence 16. Podium and delegates standing in silence 17. Various of UN staff members walking around the circle in front of the UN Secretariat 18. The Secretary-General''s representative and Under-Secretary-General for Management Catherine Bertini ringing the peace bell and standing for a moment of silence STORYLINE: In a rare joint session of the General Assembly and the Security Council, the United Nations marked the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide on Wednesday. Delegates gathered in the General Assembly and listened to speeches by the Presidents of both bodies, and also by UN Deputy Secretary-General Louise Frechette, who spoke on behalf of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. UN Undersecretary-General Catherine Bertini, acting on Annan''s behalf, rang the Japanese peace bell in front of the United Nations headquarters at Noon, and about 500 UN members of staff observed a minute of silence. Similar ceremonies were held in cities worldwide. Inside the General Assembly all the delegates rose at Noon and observed a minute of silence. At least 500,000 people were killed in Rwanda''s 100-day massacre in 1994, orchestrated by the Hutu-extremist government then in power. Some estimates range as high as 800,000. In Geneva, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan called on the international community to stay alert to prevent massacres like the one that occurred in Rwanda. Annan was head of U.N. peacekeeping operations at the time and was singled out for blame in a 1999 independent report for having failed to pass on warnings about the impending genocide. He accepted all the report''s findings and expressed "deep remorse" on behalf of the United Nations. On Wednesday he said the world now must act in Congo and Sudan to avoid such mass slaughter there.
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REAGAN FUNERAL / RS 116 / 10 PM / FOX POOL
22:00:42 soldiers singing 22:01:54 ron nancy and patty listening to the band - nancy looks sad 22:02:25 arnold schwarzenegger 22:03:14 good cu of nancy looking very tired 22:04:57 good evening i'm mike reagan, you know my father as governor and president but i knew him as dad, i'll tell you a ltitle about him, grandfather, not a whole lot ever spoken but that side. Ronald reagan adopted me in 1945, i was the chosen one, lucky one and never mentioned i was adopted, i was his son, michael edward reagan. when families grew to be two families, he didn't walk away from one to other, but a fater to both. patti and ronnie but always to my sister and msyuefl. look forward to saturday mornings, car turn corner on sunset blvd play games and always end up a tie. swim ride horses, cut firewood, awe of our father 22:06:34 as years went by and met colleen, sent letter about marriage and how important it was to be faithful with a ps: you'll never get in trouble if you say i love you at least once a day, and i'm sure he todl nancy every day. also sent letters to greand children, not able to be grandfather many of you be becuase of his job. so he wrote letters, cameron, some guy got 10,000 for my signature! 22:07:42 early onset on altheimers, as years went by as he could no longer verbalize my name, recognized man who hugged him. opening up arms for hello and good bye. blessign brought on by god. Wonderful blessings of that nature, wonderful blessings my father gave to me every day of my life. so proud to have reagan name and son, what a great honor. gave me a lot of gifts, horse, car, but gift he gave me wonderful to give every son, last saturday when my father opened his eeys for last time and visualized nancy and gave wonderful gift, when he closed his eyes, gift he gave to me, gift that he was going to be with his lord and savor jesus christ. flight from washington dc to pt mugu, told me about love of God, i didin't know then what it all meant but i certainly know now, i can't think of a better givt and i hope to honor my father by giving same gift. 22:09:45 knowing that he is in heavena nd i can only promise my father this, when i go... i will go to heaven too and you and i and my sister maurine who went before us, we will dance before presence of god, do it melinoma and alheimerz free. 22:10:32 patti davis 22:10:39 many yaersa ago my father decided to write down his reflections about death specifically about his own, he chose to write down first verse of a poem.. then decided to add couple fo words of his own. In fact they arleady discusses. it. sun set an evening star, and may ther ebe no moaning of bar, we have god's promise that i have gone on to better world, bring comfort to those who know i'm going. when i was a child he took me out to a field after fire and field look huge and lifeless how a tiny new green shoots picking up out of ashes, new life always comes out of death it looks like nothing can grow again but things do. generously offered funearl services for my goldfish, went out to garden, two twigs, eulogy, my fish was swimming in clear blue waters in heaven. 22:12:39 he can swim as far and wide as wanted, wehn back insdie and looked at remaining godlfish, i suggested perhaps we should kill the others, also go to clear blue others and be free. Other things to do, but explained to me in gods time the other fish will go as well, we would all be taken home and even though someteimes a mystery just asked to trust that God's time was right and wize. i don't know why alheimers was allowed to steal so much of my father befor releasing him but at last moment, and looked at my motehr, he showed us that neither disease nor death can conquor love. May have in life time book called peace of mind, 22:14:15 for each one of us when great nurse death take man the child by hand it's time to go home, night is coming, child of earth 22:14:44 ronald reagan jr appraoches - touches casket 22:14:59 he is hoem now, he is free, in his final letter i now begin a journey that will lead me to sunset of my life, this evening he has arived, history will record him as a leader, we have measured his worth as a man, honest passionate, greaceful brave, he was most plainly decent man you can ever hope to meet. a gentlement always does the kind thing and he was a gentlement in the truest sense of the world. Big as he was never tried to make anyone feel small. never took advantage of thsoe who felt weaker, shop keeper door man king or queen dad treated everyonw wtih courtesey acknowledge dignity in all, idea all people created equal is how he lived his life and he lived good long life, kind of life good men lead but i guess i'm just tell you thing you already know 22:16:44 here's somethign you amy not know, his entire life, dad has a fondness for ear lobes. even as a boy handing out on street corner, if they were standing next to dutch sooner or later he would grab a hold of lobes, sitting on lap as a kid. grab a hold of my ear lobes. didn't ahvbe to be a kid, william holden, bill got use to it, dad would hava a hold of his ear lobe, some tense labor negoitation, two hollywood movie stars, hand and ear lobe. famously optomistic man, wish it were as opposed to how it is. Dad decided he was going to revive thubms up gesture, giving everyone thumbs up. presidental limosine dad was thumbs upping the crowd and suddently looming in the window was a snarling face. this fellow was reviving an entirely different gesture and digit. turned to us and without missing a beat said, you see, i think it's catching on 22:18:52 religious man, nver fatal mistake of so many, wearing faith on sleeve... god spared him... had no ... and some place flowing from eyars long past, a river will wind towards sea... sail over jumps built with own hands, river, shining stones, rest in shade of trees. our cares are no longer his we meet him in memory but will join him soon enough when we are called home and we are free 22:21:00 reading 22:21:10 casket flag draped 22:21:19 ron's wife crying 22:21:43 beautiful beginning of sunset while reading 22:21:59 crowd listening / sunset 22:22:27 people stand / national anthem sung 22:22:42 nancy singing words 22:23:19 arnold scharzenegger with hand over herat 22:23:29 nancy singing 22:24:14 soldiers appraoch 22:24:59 lifting of casket / bagpipes plays amazing grace 22:25:50 nancy watches 22:25:55 casket brought down stairs 22:26:13 bag pipe player 22:26:29 nancy leaves with general 22:26:38 cakset is carried by soldiers 22:26:47 bag pipe palyer and priest 22:26:54 nancy walking with general 22:27:04 casket carried down ramp 22:27:10 bag pipe player gneerals and preist 22:28:03 soldiers carry casket over to stone tablet 22:29:04 flag is detached from casket 22:29:40 flag lifted / held 22:30:03 misses reagan it is a wonderful awesome responsibilty to give final parting words on this long journey of week of sadness, thank you for privledge fo being pastor and chaplain to president, little did i think 4 1/2 decades ago when i came to study in college that one day i woudl end up as chaplain of president of the united states, only in america. thank you for bearing your grief so nobily, dignity shown this week, hearts goen otu to you, so many commented on picture of you and i togehter as we began this week, reason poignancy, whole nation putting arm around you. thank you for caring for president in declining years, exhampe of marriage you modeled, and especially in white house years, yours was a glorious firendship based on mutual love and respect and we love you for it, thank you for it. 22:31:58 you you michael and patti and ron, thank you for very touching and moving words, a little humor but the heart felt love of children who love their father and respect them so much. we gethereed in national cathedral and heard so many wonderful words from antions leaders and beloved friedn. i have never heard thatcher speak more eloquently. rewarded reagan freedom award and when ronnie spoke about soviet union of evil empire even i blached, and thank god nether she or you shook in the face of communism. 22:33:18 went back to land born in south africa, he pointed to choose picture of your husband frimaed and said this is my presidetn. 10,000 miles away he identified as we all do and so do through time to come. now remains for me to talk about man and his faith, indeed he was a gift from god. made us feel good about our country selves and future, and because gained confience from paslm 46, god is our refuge and strength a present help in time of trouble. so many people noticed he could sign hymns not looking book, sung in cathedral and played on bagpipes, that hymn sings about amazing grace, lived on and in that grace, i think at one particular... thorugh many dangers i have already come, grace have brought me safe thus far and grace lead me home, grace has led him home this day. 22:35:13 exhibited raciousness, from highest land to lowliest. when alheimerz no longer came to church, i camet o office regularly and brought ot him and home, one occasion mr prsidetn your pastor his here and said no i think i'll just sit here at desk, i knew he wasn't going to budge. I'll sit where you are, i red scripture and prayed. secretary ushered in wife stood up immediatly and shook her hand. 22:36:21 fruit of holy spirit deeply embeded in dna. as ron has already said, in 1994 he wrote that letter now begin journey into sunset of life. last saturday began new journey to glorious presence of almgihty god and i belive he is touching face of god as he said during challenger disaster, well done my good and faithful servant. 22:37:09 in the anchient nation of israel when temple built lord appeared to soloman if my people called by my name humble themselves and prey and seek my face i will forgive their sins and heal their lands, god was remeingn that glory of nation is not in pwoer prestige,welth and might, reagan knew that as carninal truth, strength not in our might but as we depend on god and trust in him and walk humbly before god. Reagan lived and believed that and thank god that he did. Mister presdient i salute you. 22:38:26 kisses nancy / you can hear her say "thank you" 22:38:36 ** cannons fire *** 21 gun salute *** 22:39:39 good cu of cannon firing 22:40:39 we commend into your hand the spirit of your servant ronald wilson reagan, commend him into care and keeping, come afresh in care. never ever be afraid of death or ever ashamed to see you face to face but grant that your peace rest now and always, bless you and keep you, shine upon you and gracious to you, countanance to you, now and forever more, in the name of father son and holy spirit. 22:41:50 marines fire guns 22:42:12 taps played 22:42:48 *** great sunset / bugler 22:43:26 jets fly over / missing man formation 22:43:54 head on of jets 22:44:23 one takes off very fast / see after burner fire 22:44:57 folding of american flag over casket 22:45:24 america the beautiful playing 22:45:36 nancy wipes nose 22:45:47 **** great final folding of flag 22:46:00 ron and patti 22:46:05 hands wrapping flag 22:46:14 nancy seated starin gat coffin / shakes head 22:46:52 flag passes by each soldier 22:47:18 soldiers march off platform 22:47:29 holding flag passes flag to navy soldier 22:47:47 handing of flag to nancy 22:47:54 nancy nods head 22:48:00 nancy recieves flag and holds it close 22:48:14 nancy rises... 22:48:20 nancy places cheek on casket rubs casket. 22:48:35 ***** nancy begins to cry 22:48:47 ****** patty and ron and maichel surround and hug her. 22:48:55 all begin to cry 22:49:02 she cries and rubs coffin. pats coffin 22:49:27 whisper into her ear 22:49:36 nancy kisses coffin 22:49:45 nancy rubs coffin as michael kisses her head 22:50:10 nancy wipes tear 22:50:45 nancy leaves platform with general 22:50:58 nancy leaves holding flag in her arms 22:51:10 michael kisses casket 22:51:16 patty and ron leave 22:51:42 god bless america is sung 22:51:50 michael and wife and daughter by casket. 22:52:08 good shot of casket / michael holding wife. 22:52:39 michael and family leave platform 22:53:23 (**) 22:53:43 sunset 22:55:10 mourners go up and touch coffin 22:55:36 sunset 23:00:24 sun setting over mountain 23:00:56 margaret thatcher approaches coffin 23:01:03 standing alone / bows then leaves 23:01:16 sun sets finally over mountain 23:01:29 arnold schwarzenegger and maria schriver 23:03:16 golden sky 23:05:04 line of mourners 23:05:11 sunet with mourners 23:05:17 flag 23:05:22 waiting on line 23:05:50 static shot of coffin and marine 23:13:11 tom seleck apys respects to casket 23:17:03 wayne newton 23:17:54 sunet
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REAGAN FUNERAL / FOX LIBRARY POOL / RS 116 / 10 - 11 PM
22:00:29 singing of the battle hymn of the republic 22:00:42 soldiers singing 22:01:54 ron nancy and patty listening to the band - nancy looks sad 22:02:25 arnold schwarzenegger 22:03:14 good cu of nancy looking very tired 22:04:57 good evening i'm mike reagan, you know my father as governor and president but i knew him as dad, i'll tell you a ltitle about him, grandfather, not a whole lot ever spoken but that side. Ronald reagan adopted me in 1945, i was the chosen one, lucky one and never mentioned i was adopted, i was his son, michael edward reagan. when families grew to be two families, he didn't walk away from one to other, but a fater to both. patti and ronnie but always to my sister and msyuefl. look forward to saturday mornings, car turn corner on sunset blvd play games and always end up a tie. swim ride horses, cut firewood, awe of our father 22:06:34 as years went by and met colleen, sent letter about marriage and how important it was to be faithful with a ps: you'll never get in trouble if you say i love you at least once a day, and i'm sure he todl nancy every day. also sent letters to greand children, not able to be grandfather many of you be becuase of his job. so he wrote letters, cameron, some guy got 10,000 for my signature! 22:07:42 early onset on altheimers, as years went by as he could no longer verbalize my name, recognized man who hugged him. opening up arms for hello and good bye. blessign brought on by god. Wonderful blessings of that nature, wonderful blessings my father gave to me every day of my life. so proud to have reagan name and son, what a great honor. gave me a lot of gifts, horse, car, but gift he gave me wonderful to give every son, last saturday when my father opened his eeys for last time and visualized nancy and gave wonderful gift, when he closed his eyes, gift he gave to me, gift that he was going to be with his lord and savor jesus christ. flight from washington dc to pt mugu, told me about love of God, i didin't know then what it all meant but i certainly know now, i can't think of a better givt and i hope to honor my father by giving same gift. 22:09:45 knowing that he is in heavena nd i can only promise my father this, when i go... i will go to heaven too and you and i and my sister maurine who went before us, we will dance before presence of god, do it melinoma and alheimerz free. 22:10:32 patti davis 22:10:39 many yaersa ago my father decided to write down his reflections about death specifically about his own, he chose to write down first verse of a poem.. then decided to add couple fo words of his own. In fact they arleady discusses. it. sun set an evening star, and may ther ebe no moaning of bar, we have god's promise that i have gone on to better world, bring comfort to those who know i'm going. when i was a child he took me out to a field after fire and field look huge and lifeless how a tiny new green shoots picking up out of ashes, new life always comes out of death it looks like nothing can grow again but things do. generously offered funearl services for my goldfish, went out to garden, two twigs, eulogy, my fish was swimming in clear blue waters in heaven. 22:12:39 he can swim as far and wide as wanted, wehn back insdie and looked at remaining godlfish, i suggested perhaps we should kill the others, also go to clear blue others and be free. Other things to do, but explained to me in gods time the other fish will go as well, we would all be taken home and even though someteimes a mystery just asked to trust that God's time was right and wize. i don't know why alheimers was allowed to steal so much of my father befor releasing him but at last moment, and looked at my motehr, he showed us that neither disease nor death can conquor love. May have in life time book called peace of mind, 22:14:15 for each one of us when great nurse death take man the child by hand it's time to go home, night is coming, child of earth 22:14:44 ronald reagan jr appraoches - touches casket 22:14:59 he is hoem now, he is free, in his final letter i now begin a journey that will lead me to sunset of my life, this evening he has arived, history will record him as a leader, we have measured his worth as a man, honest passionate, greaceful brave, he was most plainly decent man you can ever hope to meet. a gentlement always does the kind thing and he was a gentlement in the truest sense of the world. Big as he was never tried to make anyone feel small. never took advantage of thsoe who felt weaker, shop keeper door man king or queen dad treated everyonw wtih courtesey acknowledge dignity in all, idea all people created equal is how he lived his life and he lived good long life, kind of life good men lead but i guess i'm just tell you thing you already know 22:16:44 here's somethign you amy not know, his entire life, dad has a fondness for ear lobes. even as a boy handing out on street corner, if they were standing next to dutch sooner or later he would grab a hold of lobes, sitting on lap as a kid. grab a hold of my ear lobes. didn't ahvbe to be a kid, william holden, bill got use to it, dad would hava a hold of his ear lobe, some tense labor negoitation, two hollywood movie stars, hand and ear lobe. famously optomistic man, wish it were as opposed to how it is. Dad decided he was going to revive thubms up gesture, giving everyone thumbs up. presidental limosine dad was thumbs upping the crowd and suddently looming in the window was a snarling face. this fellow was reviving an entirely different gesture and digit. turned to us and without missing a beat said, you see, i think it's catching on 22:18:52 religious man, nver fatal mistake of so many, wearing faith on sleeve... god spared him... had no ... and some place flowing from eyars long past, a river will wind towards sea... sail over jumps built with own hands, river, shining stones, rest in shade of trees. our cares are no longer his we meet him in memory but will join him soon enough when we are called home and we are free 22:21:00 reading 22:21:10 casket flag draped 22:21:19 ron's wife crying 22:21:43 beautiful beginning of sunset while reading 22:21:59 crowd listening / sunset 22:22:27 people stand / national anthem sung 22:22:42 nancy singing words 22:23:19 arnold scharzenegger with hand over herat 22:23:29 nancy singing 22:24:14 soldiers appraoch 22:24:59 lifting of casket / bagpipes plays amazing grace 22:25:50 nancy watches 22:25:55 casket brought down stairs 22:26:13 bag pipe player 22:26:29 nancy leaves with general 22:26:38 cakset is carried by soldiers 22:26:47 bag pipe palyer and priest 22:26:54 nancy walking with general 22:27:04 casket carried down ramp 22:27:10 bag pipe player gneerals and preist 22:28:03 soldiers carry casket over to stone tablet 22:29:04 flag is detached from casket 22:29:40 flag lifted / held 22:30:03 misses reagan it is a wonderful awesome responsibilty to give final parting words on this long journey of week of sadness, thank you for privledge fo being pastor and chaplain to president, little did i think 4 1/2 decades ago when i came to study in college that one day i woudl end up as chaplain of president of the united states, only in america. thank you for bearing your grief so nobily, dignity shown this week, hearts goen otu to you, so many commented on picture of you and i togehter as we began this week, reason poignancy, whole nation putting arm around you. thank you for caring for president in declining years, exhampe of marriage you modeled, and especially in white house years, yours was a glorious firendship based on mutual love and respect and we love you for it, thank you for it. 22:31:58 you you michael and patti and ron, thank you for very touching and moving words, a little humor but the heart felt love of children who love their father and respect them so much. we gethereed in national cathedral and heard so many wonderful words from antions leaders and beloved friedn. i have never heard thatcher speak more eloquently. rewarded reagan freedom award and when ronnie spoke about soviet union of evil empire even i blached, and thank god nether she or you shook in the face of communism. 22:33:18 went back to land born in south africa, he pointed to choose picture of your husband frimaed and said this is my presidetn. 10,000 miles away he identified as we all do and so do through time to come. now remains for me to talk about man and his faith, indeed he was a gift from god. made us feel good about our country selves and future, and because gained confience from paslm 46, god is our refuge and strength a present help in time of trouble. so many people noticed he could sign hymns not looking book, sung in cathedral and played on bagpipes, that hymn sings about amazing grace, lived on and in that grace, i think at one particular... thorugh many dangers i have already come, grace have brought me safe thus far and grace lead me home, grace has led him home this day. 22:35:13 exhibited raciousness, from highest land to lowliest. when alheimerz no longer came to church, i camet o office regularly and brought ot him and home, one occasion mr prsidetn your pastor his here and said no i think i'll just sit here at desk, i knew he wasn't going to budge. I'll sit where you are, i red scripture and prayed. secretary ushered in wife stood up immediatly and shook her hand. 22:36:21 fruit of holy spirit deeply embeded in dna. as ron has already said, in 1994 he wrote that letter now begin journey into sunset of life. last saturday began new journey to glorious presence of almgihty god and i belive he is touching face of god as he said during challenger disaster, well done my good and faithful servant. 22:37:09 in the anchient nation of israel when temple built lord appeared to soloman if my people called by my name humble themselves and prey and seek my face i will forgive their sins and heal their lands, god was remeingn that glory of nation is not in pwoer prestige,welth and might, reagan knew that as carninal truth, strength not in our might but as we depend on god and trust in him and walk humbly before god. Reagan lived and believed that and thank god that he did. Mister presdient i salute you. 22:38:26 kisses nancy / you can hear her say "thank you" 22:38:36 ** cannons fire *** 21 gun salute *** 22:39:39 good cu of cannon firing 22:40:39 we commend into your hand the spirit of your servant ronald wilson reagan, commend him into care and keeping, come afresh in care. never ever be afraid of death or ever ashamed to see you face to face but grant that your peace rest now and always, bless you and keep you, shine upon you and gracious to you, countanance to you, now and forever more, in the name of father son and holy spirit. 22:41:50 marines fire guns 22:42:12 taps played 22:42:48 *** great sunset / bugler 22:43:26 jets fly over / missing man formation 22:43:54 head on of jets 22:44:23 one takes off very fast / see after burner fire 22:44:57 folding of american flag over casket 22:45:24 america the beautiful playing 22:45:36 nancy wipes nose 22:45:47 **** great final folding of flag 22:46:00 ron and patti 22:46:05 hands wrapping flag 22:46:14 nancy seated starin gat coffin / shakes head 22:46:52 flag passes by each soldier 22:47:18 soldiers march off platform 22:47:29 holding flag passes flag to navy soldier 22:47:47 handing of flag to nancy 22:47:54 nancy nods head 22:48:00 nancy recieves flag and holds it close 22:48:14 nancy rises... 22:48:20 nancy places cheek on casket rubs casket. 22:48:35 ***** nancy begins to cry 22:48:47 ****** patty and ron and maichel surround and hug her. 22:48:55 all begin to cry 22:49:02 she cries and rubs coffin. pats coffin 22:49:27 whisper into her ear 22:49:36 nancy kisses coffin 22:49:45 nancy rubs coffin as michael kisses her head 22:50:10 nancy wipes tear 22:50:45 nancy leaves platform with general 22:50:58 nancy leaves holding flag in her arms 22:51:10 michael kisses casket 22:51:16 patty and ron leave 22:51:42 god bless america is sung 22:51:50 michael and wife and daughter by casket. 22:52:08 good shot of casket / michael holding wife. 22:52:39 michael and family leave platform 22:53:23 (**) 22:53:43 sunset 22:55:10 mourners go up and touch coffin 22:55:36 sunset
REAGAN FUNERAL / RS 116 / 10 PM / FOX POOL
22:00:42 soldiers singing 22:01:54 ron nancy and patty listening to the band - nancy looks sad 22:02:25 arnold schwarzenegger 22:03:14 good cu of nancy looking very tired 22:04:57 good evening i'm mike reagan, you know my father as governor and president but i knew him as dad, i'll tell you a ltitle about him, grandfather, not a whole lot ever spoken but that side. Ronald reagan adopted me in 1945, i was the chosen one, lucky one and never mentioned i was adopted, i was his son, michael edward reagan. when families grew to be two families, he didn't walk away from one to other, but a fater to both. patti and ronnie but always to my sister and msyuefl. look forward to saturday mornings, car turn corner on sunset blvd play games and always end up a tie. swim ride horses, cut firewood, awe of our father 22:06:34 as years went by and met colleen, sent letter about marriage and how important it was to be faithful with a ps: you'll never get in trouble if you say i love you at least once a day, and i'm sure he todl nancy every day. also sent letters to greand children, not able to be grandfather many of you be becuase of his job. so he wrote letters, cameron, some guy got 10,000 for my signature! 22:07:42 early onset on altheimers, as years went by as he could no longer verbalize my name, recognized man who hugged him. opening up arms for hello and good bye. blessign brought on by god. Wonderful blessings of that nature, wonderful blessings my father gave to me every day of my life. so proud to have reagan name and son, what a great honor. gave me a lot of gifts, horse, car, but gift he gave me wonderful to give every son, last saturday when my father opened his eeys for last time and visualized nancy and gave wonderful gift, when he closed his eyes, gift he gave to me, gift that he was going to be with his lord and savor jesus christ. flight from washington dc to pt mugu, told me about love of God, i didin't know then what it all meant but i certainly know now, i can't think of a better givt and i hope to honor my father by giving same gift. 22:09:45 knowing that he is in heavena nd i can only promise my father this, when i go... i will go to heaven too and you and i and my sister maurine who went before us, we will dance before presence of god, do it melinoma and alheimerz free. 22:10:32 patti davis 22:10:39 many yaersa ago my father decided to write down his reflections about death specifically about his own, he chose to write down first verse of a poem.. then decided to add couple fo words of his own. In fact they arleady discusses. it. sun set an evening star, and may ther ebe no moaning of bar, we have god's promise that i have gone on to better world, bring comfort to those who know i'm going. when i was a child he took me out to a field after fire and field look huge and lifeless how a tiny new green shoots picking up out of ashes, new life always comes out of death it looks like nothing can grow again but things do. generously offered funearl services for my goldfish, went out to garden, two twigs, eulogy, my fish was swimming in clear blue waters in heaven. 22:12:39 he can swim as far and wide as wanted, wehn back insdie and looked at remaining godlfish, i suggested perhaps we should kill the others, also go to clear blue others and be free. Other things to do, but explained to me in gods time the other fish will go as well, we would all be taken home and even though someteimes a mystery just asked to trust that God's time was right and wize. i don't know why alheimers was allowed to steal so much of my father befor releasing him but at last moment, and looked at my motehr, he showed us that neither disease nor death can conquor love. May have in life time book called peace of mind, 22:14:15 for each one of us when great nurse death take man the child by hand it's time to go home, night is coming, child of earth 22:14:44 ronald reagan jr appraoches - touches casket 22:14:59 he is hoem now, he is free, in his final letter i now begin a journey that will lead me to sunset of my life, this evening he has arived, history will record him as a leader, we have measured his worth as a man, honest passionate, greaceful brave, he was most plainly decent man you can ever hope to meet. a gentlement always does the kind thing and he was a gentlement in the truest sense of the world. Big as he was never tried to make anyone feel small. never took advantage of thsoe who felt weaker, shop keeper door man king or queen dad treated everyonw wtih courtesey acknowledge dignity in all, idea all people created equal is how he lived his life and he lived good long life, kind of life good men lead but i guess i'm just tell you thing you already know 22:16:44 here's somethign you amy not know, his entire life, dad has a fondness for ear lobes. even as a boy handing out on street corner, if they were standing next to dutch sooner or later he would grab a hold of lobes, sitting on lap as a kid. grab a hold of my ear lobes. didn't ahvbe to be a kid, william holden, bill got use to it, dad would hava a hold of his ear lobe, some tense labor negoitation, two hollywood movie stars, hand and ear lobe. famously optomistic man, wish it were as opposed to how it is. Dad decided he was going to revive thubms up gesture, giving everyone thumbs up. presidental limosine dad was thumbs upping the crowd and suddently looming in the window was a snarling face. this fellow was reviving an entirely different gesture and digit. turned to us and without missing a beat said, you see, i think it's catching on 22:18:52 religious man, nver fatal mistake of so many, wearing faith on sleeve... god spared him... had no ... and some place flowing from eyars long past, a river will wind towards sea... sail over jumps built with own hands, river, shining stones, rest in shade of trees. our cares are no longer his we meet him in memory but will join him soon enough when we are called home and we are free 22:21:00 reading 22:21:10 casket flag draped 22:21:19 ron's wife crying 22:21:43 beautiful beginning of sunset while reading 22:21:59 crowd listening / sunset 22:22:27 people stand / national anthem sung 22:22:42 nancy singing words 22:23:19 arnold scharzenegger with hand over herat 22:23:29 nancy singing 22:24:14 soldiers appraoch 22:24:59 lifting of casket / bagpipes plays amazing grace 22:25:50 nancy watches 22:25:55 casket brought down stairs 22:26:13 bag pipe player 22:26:29 nancy leaves with general 22:26:38 cakset is carried by soldiers 22:26:47 bag pipe palyer and priest 22:26:54 nancy walking with general 22:27:04 casket carried down ramp 22:27:10 bag pipe player gneerals and preist 22:28:03 soldiers carry casket over to stone tablet 22:29:04 flag is detached from casket 22:29:40 flag lifted / held 22:30:03 misses reagan it is a wonderful awesome responsibilty to give final parting words on this long journey of week of sadness, thank you for privledge fo being pastor and chaplain to president, little did i think 4 1/2 decades ago when i came to study in college that one day i woudl end up as chaplain of president of the united states, only in america. thank you for bearing your grief so nobily, dignity shown this week, hearts goen otu to you, so many commented on picture of you and i togehter as we began this week, reason poignancy, whole nation putting arm around you. thank you for caring for president in declining years, exhampe of marriage you modeled, and especially in white house years, yours was a glorious firendship based on mutual love and respect and we love you for it, thank you for it. 22:31:58 you you michael and patti and ron, thank you for very touching and moving words, a little humor but the heart felt love of children who love their father and respect them so much. we gethereed in national cathedral and heard so many wonderful words from antions leaders and beloved friedn. i have never heard thatcher speak more eloquently. rewarded reagan freedom award and when ronnie spoke about soviet union of evil empire even i blached, and thank god nether she or you shook in the face of communism. 22:33:18 went back to land born in south africa, he pointed to choose picture of your husband frimaed and said this is my presidetn. 10,000 miles away he identified as we all do and so do through time to come. now remains for me to talk about man and his faith, indeed he was a gift from god. made us feel good about our country selves and future, and because gained confience from paslm 46, god is our refuge and strength a present help in time of trouble. so many people noticed he could sign hymns not looking book, sung in cathedral and played on bagpipes, that hymn sings about amazing grace, lived on and in that grace, i think at one particular... thorugh many dangers i have already come, grace have brought me safe thus far and grace lead me home, grace has led him home this day. 22:35:13 exhibited raciousness, from highest land to lowliest. when alheimerz no longer came to church, i camet o office regularly and brought ot him and home, one occasion mr prsidetn your pastor his here and said no i think i'll just sit here at desk, i knew he wasn't going to budge. I'll sit where you are, i red scripture and prayed. secretary ushered in wife stood up immediatly and shook her hand. 22:36:21 fruit of holy spirit deeply embeded in dna. as ron has already said, in 1994 he wrote that letter now begin journey into sunset of life. last saturday began new journey to glorious presence of almgihty god and i belive he is touching face of god as he said during challenger disaster, well done my good and faithful servant. 22:37:09 in the anchient nation of israel when temple built lord appeared to soloman if my people called by my name humble themselves and prey and seek my face i will forgive their sins and heal their lands, god was remeingn that glory of nation is not in pwoer prestige,welth and might, reagan knew that as carninal truth, strength not in our might but as we depend on god and trust in him and walk humbly before god. Reagan lived and believed that and thank god that he did. Mister presdient i salute you. 22:38:26 kisses nancy / you can hear her say "thank you" 22:38:36 ** cannons fire *** 21 gun salute *** 22:39:39 good cu of cannon firing 22:40:39 we commend into your hand the spirit of your servant ronald wilson reagan, commend him into care and keeping, come afresh in care. never ever be afraid of death or ever ashamed to see you face to face but grant that your peace rest now and always, bless you and keep you, shine upon you and gracious to you, countanance to you, now and forever more, in the name of father son and holy spirit. 22:41:50 marines fire guns 22:42:12 taps played 22:42:48 *** great sunset / bugler 22:43:26 jets fly over / missing man formation 22:43:54 head on of jets 22:44:23 one takes off very fast / see after burner fire 22:44:57 folding of american flag over casket 22:45:24 america the beautiful playing 22:45:36 nancy wipes nose 22:45:47 **** great final folding of flag 22:46:00 ron and patti 22:46:05 hands wrapping flag 22:46:14 nancy seated starin gat coffin / shakes head 22:46:52 flag passes by each soldier 22:47:18 soldiers march off platform 22:47:29 holding flag passes flag to navy soldier 22:47:47 handing of flag to nancy 22:47:54 nancy nods head 22:48:00 nancy recieves flag and holds it close 22:48:14 nancy rises... 22:48:20 nancy places cheek on casket rubs casket. 22:48:35 ***** nancy begins to cry 22:48:47 ****** patty and ron and maichel surround and hug her. 22:48:55 all begin to cry 22:49:02 she cries and rubs coffin. pats coffin 22:49:27 whisper into her ear 22:49:36 nancy kisses coffin 22:49:45 nancy rubs coffin as michael kisses her head 22:50:10 nancy wipes tear 22:50:45 nancy leaves platform with general 22:50:58 nancy leaves holding flag in her arms 22:51:10 michael kisses casket 22:51:16 patty and ron leave 22:51:42 god bless america is sung 22:51:50 michael and wife and daughter by casket. 22:52:08 good shot of casket / michael holding wife. 22:52:39 michael and family leave platform 22:53:23 (**) 22:53:43 sunset 22:55:10 mourners go up and touch coffin 22:55:36 sunset 23:00:24 sun setting over mountain 23:00:56 margaret thatcher approaches coffin 23:01:03 standing alone / bows then leaves 23:01:16 sun sets finally over mountain 23:01:29 arnold schwarzenegger and maria schriver 23:03:16 golden sky 23:05:04 line of mourners 23:05:11 sunet with mourners 23:05:17 flag 23:05:22 waiting on line 23:05:50 static shot of coffin and marine 23:13:11 tom seleck apys respects to casket 23:17:03 wayne newton 23:17:54 sunet
Focus: [issue of January 26, 2023]
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REAGAN FUNERAL / FOX LIBRARY POOL / RS 116 / 10 - 11 PM
22:00:29 singing of the battle hymn of the republic 22:00:42 soldiers singing 22:01:54 ron nancy and patty listening to the band - nancy looks sad 22:02:25 arnold schwarzenegger 22:03:14 good cu of nancy looking very tired 22:04:57 good evening i'm mike reagan, you know my father as governor and president but i knew him as dad, i'll tell you a ltitle about him, grandfather, not a whole lot ever spoken but that side. Ronald reagan adopted me in 1945, i was the chosen one, lucky one and never mentioned i was adopted, i was his son, michael edward reagan. when families grew to be two families, he didn't walk away from one to other, but a fater to both. patti and ronnie but always to my sister and msyuefl. look forward to saturday mornings, car turn corner on sunset blvd play games and always end up a tie. swim ride horses, cut firewood, awe of our father 22:06:34 as years went by and met colleen, sent letter about marriage and how important it was to be faithful with a ps: you'll never get in trouble if you say i love you at least once a day, and i'm sure he todl nancy every day. also sent letters to greand children, not able to be grandfather many of you be becuase of his job. so he wrote letters, cameron, some guy got 10,000 for my signature! 22:07:42 early onset on altheimers, as years went by as he could no longer verbalize my name, recognized man who hugged him. opening up arms for hello and good bye. blessign brought on by god. Wonderful blessings of that nature, wonderful blessings my father gave to me every day of my life. so proud to have reagan name and son, what a great honor. gave me a lot of gifts, horse, car, but gift he gave me wonderful to give every son, last saturday when my father opened his eeys for last time and visualized nancy and gave wonderful gift, when he closed his eyes, gift he gave to me, gift that he was going to be with his lord and savor jesus christ. flight from washington dc to pt mugu, told me about love of God, i didin't know then what it all meant but i certainly know now, i can't think of a better givt and i hope to honor my father by giving same gift. 22:09:45 knowing that he is in heavena nd i can only promise my father this, when i go... i will go to heaven too and you and i and my sister maurine who went before us, we will dance before presence of god, do it melinoma and alheimerz free. 22:10:32 patti davis 22:10:39 many yaersa ago my father decided to write down his reflections about death specifically about his own, he chose to write down first verse of a poem.. then decided to add couple fo words of his own. In fact they arleady discusses. it. sun set an evening star, and may ther ebe no moaning of bar, we have god's promise that i have gone on to better world, bring comfort to those who know i'm going. when i was a child he took me out to a field after fire and field look huge and lifeless how a tiny new green shoots picking up out of ashes, new life always comes out of death it looks like nothing can grow again but things do. generously offered funearl services for my goldfish, went out to garden, two twigs, eulogy, my fish was swimming in clear blue waters in heaven. 22:12:39 he can swim as far and wide as wanted, wehn back insdie and looked at remaining godlfish, i suggested perhaps we should kill the others, also go to clear blue others and be free. Other things to do, but explained to me in gods time the other fish will go as well, we would all be taken home and even though someteimes a mystery just asked to trust that God's time was right and wize. i don't know why alheimers was allowed to steal so much of my father befor releasing him but at last moment, and looked at my motehr, he showed us that neither disease nor death can conquor love. May have in life time book called peace of mind, 22:14:15 for each one of us when great nurse death take man the child by hand it's time to go home, night is coming, child of earth 22:14:44 ronald reagan jr appraoches - touches casket 22:14:59 he is hoem now, he is free, in his final letter i now begin a journey that will lead me to sunset of my life, this evening he has arived, history will record him as a leader, we have measured his worth as a man, honest passionate, greaceful brave, he was most plainly decent man you can ever hope to meet. a gentlement always does the kind thing and he was a gentlement in the truest sense of the world. Big as he was never tried to make anyone feel small. never took advantage of thsoe who felt weaker, shop keeper door man king or queen dad treated everyonw wtih courtesey acknowledge dignity in all, idea all people created equal is how he lived his life and he lived good long life, kind of life good men lead but i guess i'm just tell you thing you already know 22:16:44 here's somethign you amy not know, his entire life, dad has a fondness for ear lobes. even as a boy handing out on street corner, if they were standing next to dutch sooner or later he would grab a hold of lobes, sitting on lap as a kid. grab a hold of my ear lobes. didn't ahvbe to be a kid, william holden, bill got use to it, dad would hava a hold of his ear lobe, some tense labor negoitation, two hollywood movie stars, hand and ear lobe. famously optomistic man, wish it were as opposed to how it is. Dad decided he was going to revive thubms up gesture, giving everyone thumbs up. presidental limosine dad was thumbs upping the crowd and suddently looming in the window was a snarling face. this fellow was reviving an entirely different gesture and digit. turned to us and without missing a beat said, you see, i think it's catching on 22:18:52 religious man, nver fatal mistake of so many, wearing faith on sleeve... god spared him... had no ... and some place flowing from eyars long past, a river will wind towards sea... sail over jumps built with own hands, river, shining stones, rest in shade of trees. our cares are no longer his we meet him in memory but will join him soon enough when we are called home and we are free 22:21:00 reading 22:21:10 casket flag draped 22:21:19 ron's wife crying 22:21:43 beautiful beginning of sunset while reading 22:21:59 crowd listening / sunset 22:22:27 people stand / national anthem sung 22:22:42 nancy singing words 22:23:19 arnold scharzenegger with hand over herat 22:23:29 nancy singing 22:24:14 soldiers appraoch 22:24:59 lifting of casket / bagpipes plays amazing grace 22:25:50 nancy watches 22:25:55 casket brought down stairs 22:26:13 bag pipe player 22:26:29 nancy leaves with general 22:26:38 cakset is carried by soldiers 22:26:47 bag pipe palyer and priest 22:26:54 nancy walking with general 22:27:04 casket carried down ramp 22:27:10 bag pipe player gneerals and preist 22:28:03 soldiers carry casket over to stone tablet 22:29:04 flag is detached from casket 22:29:40 flag lifted / held 22:30:03 misses reagan it is a wonderful awesome responsibilty to give final parting words on this long journey of week of sadness, thank you for privledge fo being pastor and chaplain to president, little did i think 4 1/2 decades ago when i came to study in college that one day i woudl end up as chaplain of president of the united states, only in america. thank you for bearing your grief so nobily, dignity shown this week, hearts goen otu to you, so many commented on picture of you and i togehter as we began this week, reason poignancy, whole nation putting arm around you. thank you for caring for president in declining years, exhampe of marriage you modeled, and especially in white house years, yours was a glorious firendship based on mutual love and respect and we love you for it, thank you for it. 22:31:58 you you michael and patti and ron, thank you for very touching and moving words, a little humor but the heart felt love of children who love their father and respect them so much. we gethereed in national cathedral and heard so many wonderful words from antions leaders and beloved friedn. i have never heard thatcher speak more eloquently. rewarded reagan freedom award and when ronnie spoke about soviet union of evil empire even i blached, and thank god nether she or you shook in the face of communism. 22:33:18 went back to land born in south africa, he pointed to choose picture of your husband frimaed and said this is my presidetn. 10,000 miles away he identified as we all do and so do through time to come. now remains for me to talk about man and his faith, indeed he was a gift from god. made us feel good about our country selves and future, and because gained confience from paslm 46, god is our refuge and strength a present help in time of trouble. so many people noticed he could sign hymns not looking book, sung in cathedral and played on bagpipes, that hymn sings about amazing grace, lived on and in that grace, i think at one particular... thorugh many dangers i have already come, grace have brought me safe thus far and grace lead me home, grace has led him home this day. 22:35:13 exhibited raciousness, from highest land to lowliest. when alheimerz no longer came to church, i camet o office regularly and brought ot him and home, one occasion mr prsidetn your pastor his here and said no i think i'll just sit here at desk, i knew he wasn't going to budge. I'll sit where you are, i red scripture and prayed. secretary ushered in wife stood up immediatly and shook her hand. 22:36:21 fruit of holy spirit deeply embeded in dna. as ron has already said, in 1994 he wrote that letter now begin journey into sunset of life. last saturday began new journey to glorious presence of almgihty god and i belive he is touching face of god as he said during challenger disaster, well done my good and faithful servant. 22:37:09 in the anchient nation of israel when temple built lord appeared to soloman if my people called by my name humble themselves and prey and seek my face i will forgive their sins and heal their lands, god was remeingn that glory of nation is not in pwoer prestige,welth and might, reagan knew that as carninal truth, strength not in our might but as we depend on god and trust in him and walk humbly before god. Reagan lived and believed that and thank god that he did. Mister presdient i salute you. 22:38:26 kisses nancy / you can hear her say "thank you" 22:38:36 ** cannons fire *** 21 gun salute *** 22:39:39 good cu of cannon firing 22:40:39 we commend into your hand the spirit of your servant ronald wilson reagan, commend him into care and keeping, come afresh in care. never ever be afraid of death or ever ashamed to see you face to face but grant that your peace rest now and always, bless you and keep you, shine upon you and gracious to you, countanance to you, now and forever more, in the name of father son and holy spirit. 22:41:50 marines fire guns 22:42:12 taps played 22:42:48 *** great sunset / bugler 22:43:26 jets fly over / missing man formation 22:43:54 head on of jets 22:44:23 one takes off very fast / see after burner fire 22:44:57 folding of american flag over casket 22:45:24 america the beautiful playing 22:45:36 nancy wipes nose 22:45:47 **** great final folding of flag 22:46:00 ron and patti 22:46:05 hands wrapping flag 22:46:14 nancy seated starin gat coffin / shakes head 22:46:52 flag passes by each soldier 22:47:18 soldiers march off platform 22:47:29 holding flag passes flag to navy soldier 22:47:47 handing of flag to nancy 22:47:54 nancy nods head 22:48:00 nancy recieves flag and holds it close 22:48:14 nancy rises... 22:48:20 nancy places cheek on casket rubs casket. 22:48:35 ***** nancy begins to cry 22:48:47 ****** patty and ron and maichel surround and hug her. 22:48:55 all begin to cry 22:49:02 she cries and rubs coffin. pats coffin 22:49:27 whisper into her ear 22:49:36 nancy kisses coffin 22:49:45 nancy rubs coffin as michael kisses her head 22:50:10 nancy wipes tear 22:50:45 nancy leaves platform with general 22:50:58 nancy leaves holding flag in her arms 22:51:10 michael kisses casket 22:51:16 patty and ron leave 22:51:42 god bless america is sung 22:51:50 michael and wife and daughter by casket. 22:52:08 good shot of casket / michael holding wife. 22:52:39 michael and family leave platform 22:53:23 (**) 22:53:43 sunset 22:55:10 mourners go up and touch coffin 22:55:36 sunset
François Ruffin
Radio France: filmed programmes
REAGAN FUNERAL / RS 116 / 10 PM / FOX POOL
22:00:42 soldiers singing 22:01:54 ron nancy and patty listening to the band - nancy looks sad 22:02:25 arnold schwarzenegger 22:03:14 good cu of nancy looking very tired 22:04:57 good evening i'm mike reagan, you know my father as governor and president but i knew him as dad, i'll tell you a ltitle about him, grandfather, not a whole lot ever spoken but that side. Ronald reagan adopted me in 1945, i was the chosen one, lucky one and never mentioned i was adopted, i was his son, michael edward reagan. when families grew to be two families, he didn't walk away from one to other, but a fater to both. patti and ronnie but always to my sister and msyuefl. look forward to saturday mornings, car turn corner on sunset blvd play games and always end up a tie. swim ride horses, cut firewood, awe of our father 22:06:34 as years went by and met colleen, sent letter about marriage and how important it was to be faithful with a ps: you'll never get in trouble if you say i love you at least once a day, and i'm sure he todl nancy every day. also sent letters to greand children, not able to be grandfather many of you be becuase of his job. so he wrote letters, cameron, some guy got 10,000 for my signature! 22:07:42 early onset on altheimers, as years went by as he could no longer verbalize my name, recognized man who hugged him. opening up arms for hello and good bye. blessign brought on by god. Wonderful blessings of that nature, wonderful blessings my father gave to me every day of my life. so proud to have reagan name and son, what a great honor. gave me a lot of gifts, horse, car, but gift he gave me wonderful to give every son, last saturday when my father opened his eeys for last time and visualized nancy and gave wonderful gift, when he closed his eyes, gift he gave to me, gift that he was going to be with his lord and savor jesus christ. flight from washington dc to pt mugu, told me about love of God, i didin't know then what it all meant but i certainly know now, i can't think of a better givt and i hope to honor my father by giving same gift. 22:09:45 knowing that he is in heavena nd i can only promise my father this, when i go... i will go to heaven too and you and i and my sister maurine who went before us, we will dance before presence of god, do it melinoma and alheimerz free. 22:10:32 patti davis 22:10:39 many yaersa ago my father decided to write down his reflections about death specifically about his own, he chose to write down first verse of a poem.. then decided to add couple fo words of his own. In fact they arleady discusses. it. sun set an evening star, and may ther ebe no moaning of bar, we have god's promise that i have gone on to better world, bring comfort to those who know i'm going. when i was a child he took me out to a field after fire and field look huge and lifeless how a tiny new green shoots picking up out of ashes, new life always comes out of death it looks like nothing can grow again but things do. generously offered funearl services for my goldfish, went out to garden, two twigs, eulogy, my fish was swimming in clear blue waters in heaven. 22:12:39 he can swim as far and wide as wanted, wehn back insdie and looked at remaining godlfish, i suggested perhaps we should kill the others, also go to clear blue others and be free. Other things to do, but explained to me in gods time the other fish will go as well, we would all be taken home and even though someteimes a mystery just asked to trust that God's time was right and wize. i don't know why alheimers was allowed to steal so much of my father befor releasing him but at last moment, and looked at my motehr, he showed us that neither disease nor death can conquor love. May have in life time book called peace of mind, 22:14:15 for each one of us when great nurse death take man the child by hand it's time to go home, night is coming, child of earth 22:14:44 ronald reagan jr appraoches - touches casket 22:14:59 he is hoem now, he is free, in his final letter i now begin a journey that will lead me to sunset of my life, this evening he has arived, history will record him as a leader, we have measured his worth as a man, honest passionate, greaceful brave, he was most plainly decent man you can ever hope to meet. a gentlement always does the kind thing and he was a gentlement in the truest sense of the world. Big as he was never tried to make anyone feel small. never took advantage of thsoe who felt weaker, shop keeper door man king or queen dad treated everyonw wtih courtesey acknowledge dignity in all, idea all people created equal is how he lived his life and he lived good long life, kind of life good men lead but i guess i'm just tell you thing you already know 22:16:44 here's somethign you amy not know, his entire life, dad has a fondness for ear lobes. even as a boy handing out on street corner, if they were standing next to dutch sooner or later he would grab a hold of lobes, sitting on lap as a kid. grab a hold of my ear lobes. didn't ahvbe to be a kid, william holden, bill got use to it, dad would hava a hold of his ear lobe, some tense labor negoitation, two hollywood movie stars, hand and ear lobe. famously optomistic man, wish it were as opposed to how it is. Dad decided he was going to revive thubms up gesture, giving everyone thumbs up. presidental limosine dad was thumbs upping the crowd and suddently looming in the window was a snarling face. this fellow was reviving an entirely different gesture and digit. turned to us and without missing a beat said, you see, i think it's catching on 22:18:52 religious man, nver fatal mistake of so many, wearing faith on sleeve... god spared him... had no ... and some place flowing from eyars long past, a river will wind towards sea... sail over jumps built with own hands, river, shining stones, rest in shade of trees. our cares are no longer his we meet him in memory but will join him soon enough when we are called home and we are free 22:21:00 reading 22:21:10 casket flag draped 22:21:19 ron's wife crying 22:21:43 beautiful beginning of sunset while reading 22:21:59 crowd listening / sunset 22:22:27 people stand / national anthem sung 22:22:42 nancy singing words 22:23:19 arnold scharzenegger with hand over herat 22:23:29 nancy singing 22:24:14 soldiers appraoch 22:24:59 lifting of casket / bagpipes plays amazing grace 22:25:50 nancy watches 22:25:55 casket brought down stairs 22:26:13 bag pipe player 22:26:29 nancy leaves with general 22:26:38 cakset is carried by soldiers 22:26:47 bag pipe palyer and priest 22:26:54 nancy walking with general 22:27:04 casket carried down ramp 22:27:10 bag pipe player gneerals and preist 22:28:03 soldiers carry casket over to stone tablet 22:29:04 flag is detached from casket 22:29:40 flag lifted / held 22:30:03 misses reagan it is a wonderful awesome responsibilty to give final parting words on this long journey of week of sadness, thank you for privledge fo being pastor and chaplain to president, little did i think 4 1/2 decades ago when i came to study in college that one day i woudl end up as chaplain of president of the united states, only in america. thank you for bearing your grief so nobily, dignity shown this week, hearts goen otu to you, so many commented on picture of you and i togehter as we began this week, reason poignancy, whole nation putting arm around you. thank you for caring for president in declining years, exhampe of marriage you modeled, and especially in white house years, yours was a glorious firendship based on mutual love and respect and we love you for it, thank you for it. 22:31:58 you you michael and patti and ron, thank you for very touching and moving words, a little humor but the heart felt love of children who love their father and respect them so much. we gethereed in national cathedral and heard so many wonderful words from antions leaders and beloved friedn. i have never heard thatcher speak more eloquently. rewarded reagan freedom award and when ronnie spoke about soviet union of evil empire even i blached, and thank god nether she or you shook in the face of communism. 22:33:18 went back to land born in south africa, he pointed to choose picture of your husband frimaed and said this is my presidetn. 10,000 miles away he identified as we all do and so do through time to come. now remains for me to talk about man and his faith, indeed he was a gift from god. made us feel good about our country selves and future, and because gained confience from paslm 46, god is our refuge and strength a present help in time of trouble. so many people noticed he could sign hymns not looking book, sung in cathedral and played on bagpipes, that hymn sings about amazing grace, lived on and in that grace, i think at one particular... thorugh many dangers i have already come, grace have brought me safe thus far and grace lead me home, grace has led him home this day. 22:35:13 exhibited raciousness, from highest land to lowliest. when alheimerz no longer came to church, i camet o office regularly and brought ot him and home, one occasion mr prsidetn your pastor his here and said no i think i'll just sit here at desk, i knew he wasn't going to budge. I'll sit where you are, i red scripture and prayed. secretary ushered in wife stood up immediatly and shook her hand. 22:36:21 fruit of holy spirit deeply embeded in dna. as ron has already said, in 1994 he wrote that letter now begin journey into sunset of life. last saturday began new journey to glorious presence of almgihty god and i belive he is touching face of god as he said during challenger disaster, well done my good and faithful servant. 22:37:09 in the anchient nation of israel when temple built lord appeared to soloman if my people called by my name humble themselves and prey and seek my face i will forgive their sins and heal their lands, god was remeingn that glory of nation is not in pwoer prestige,welth and might, reagan knew that as carninal truth, strength not in our might but as we depend on god and trust in him and walk humbly before god. Reagan lived and believed that and thank god that he did. Mister presdient i salute you. 22:38:26 kisses nancy / you can hear her say "thank you" 22:38:36 ** cannons fire *** 21 gun salute *** 22:39:39 good cu of cannon firing 22:40:39 we commend into your hand the spirit of your servant ronald wilson reagan, commend him into care and keeping, come afresh in care. never ever be afraid of death or ever ashamed to see you face to face but grant that your peace rest now and always, bless you and keep you, shine upon you and gracious to you, countanance to you, now and forever more, in the name of father son and holy spirit. 22:41:50 marines fire guns 22:42:12 taps played 22:42:48 *** great sunset / bugler 22:43:26 jets fly over / missing man formation 22:43:54 head on of jets 22:44:23 one takes off very fast / see after burner fire 22:44:57 folding of american flag over casket 22:45:24 america the beautiful playing 22:45:36 nancy wipes nose 22:45:47 **** great final folding of flag 22:46:00 ron and patti 22:46:05 hands wrapping flag 22:46:14 nancy seated starin gat coffin / shakes head 22:46:52 flag passes by each soldier 22:47:18 soldiers march off platform 22:47:29 holding flag passes flag to navy soldier 22:47:47 handing of flag to nancy 22:47:54 nancy nods head 22:48:00 nancy recieves flag and holds it close 22:48:14 nancy rises... 22:48:20 nancy places cheek on casket rubs casket. 22:48:35 ***** nancy begins to cry 22:48:47 ****** patty and ron and maichel surround and hug her. 22:48:55 all begin to cry 22:49:02 she cries and rubs coffin. pats coffin 22:49:27 whisper into her ear 22:49:36 nancy kisses coffin 22:49:45 nancy rubs coffin as michael kisses her head 22:50:10 nancy wipes tear 22:50:45 nancy leaves platform with general 22:50:58 nancy leaves holding flag in her arms 22:51:10 michael kisses casket 22:51:16 patty and ron leave 22:51:42 god bless america is sung 22:51:50 michael and wife and daughter by casket. 22:52:08 good shot of casket / michael holding wife. 22:52:39 michael and family leave platform 22:53:23 (**) 22:53:43 sunset 22:55:10 mourners go up and touch coffin 22:55:36 sunset 23:00:24 sun setting over mountain 23:00:56 margaret thatcher approaches coffin 23:01:03 standing alone / bows then leaves 23:01:16 sun sets finally over mountain 23:01:29 arnold schwarzenegger and maria schriver 23:03:16 golden sky 23:05:04 line of mourners 23:05:11 sunet with mourners 23:05:17 flag 23:05:22 waiting on line 23:05:50 static shot of coffin and marine 23:13:11 tom seleck apys respects to casket 23:17:03 wayne newton 23:17:54 sunet
DEP 24h with Nicolas Rébérot, mayor of Ressons-le-Long
Nord
19 20 National edition: [issue of 18 January 2023]
FR3 / France 3
REAGAN FUNERAL / FOX LIBRARY POOL / RS 116 / 10 - 11 PM
22:00:29 singing of the battle hymn of the republic 22:00:42 soldiers singing 22:01:54 ron nancy and patty listening to the band - nancy looks sad 22:02:25 arnold schwarzenegger 22:03:14 good cu of nancy looking very tired 22:04:57 good evening i'm mike reagan, you know my father as governor and president but i knew him as dad, i'll tell you a ltitle about him, grandfather, not a whole lot ever spoken but that side. Ronald reagan adopted me in 1945, i was the chosen one, lucky one and never mentioned i was adopted, i was his son, michael edward reagan. when families grew to be two families, he didn't walk away from one to other, but a fater to both. patti and ronnie but always to my sister and msyuefl. look forward to saturday mornings, car turn corner on sunset blvd play games and always end up a tie. swim ride horses, cut firewood, awe of our father 22:06:34 as years went by and met colleen, sent letter about marriage and how important it was to be faithful with a ps: you'll never get in trouble if you say i love you at least once a day, and i'm sure he todl nancy every day. also sent letters to greand children, not able to be grandfather many of you be becuase of his job. so he wrote letters, cameron, some guy got 10,000 for my signature! 22:07:42 early onset on altheimers, as years went by as he could no longer verbalize my name, recognized man who hugged him. opening up arms for hello and good bye. blessign brought on by god. Wonderful blessings of that nature, wonderful blessings my father gave to me every day of my life. so proud to have reagan name and son, what a great honor. gave me a lot of gifts, horse, car, but gift he gave me wonderful to give every son, last saturday when my father opened his eeys for last time and visualized nancy and gave wonderful gift, when he closed his eyes, gift he gave to me, gift that he was going to be with his lord and savor jesus christ. flight from washington dc to pt mugu, told me about love of God, i didin't know then what it all meant but i certainly know now, i can't think of a better givt and i hope to honor my father by giving same gift. 22:09:45 knowing that he is in heavena nd i can only promise my father this, when i go... i will go to heaven too and you and i and my sister maurine who went before us, we will dance before presence of god, do it melinoma and alheimerz free. 22:10:32 patti davis 22:10:39 many yaersa ago my father decided to write down his reflections about death specifically about his own, he chose to write down first verse of a poem.. then decided to add couple fo words of his own. In fact they arleady discusses. it. sun set an evening star, and may ther ebe no moaning of bar, we have god's promise that i have gone on to better world, bring comfort to those who know i'm going. when i was a child he took me out to a field after fire and field look huge and lifeless how a tiny new green shoots picking up out of ashes, new life always comes out of death it looks like nothing can grow again but things do. generously offered funearl services for my goldfish, went out to garden, two twigs, eulogy, my fish was swimming in clear blue waters in heaven. 22:12:39 he can swim as far and wide as wanted, wehn back insdie and looked at remaining godlfish, i suggested perhaps we should kill the others, also go to clear blue others and be free. Other things to do, but explained to me in gods time the other fish will go as well, we would all be taken home and even though someteimes a mystery just asked to trust that God's time was right and wize. i don't know why alheimers was allowed to steal so much of my father befor releasing him but at last moment, and looked at my motehr, he showed us that neither disease nor death can conquor love. May have in life time book called peace of mind, 22:14:15 for each one of us when great nurse death take man the child by hand it's time to go home, night is coming, child of earth 22:14:44 ronald reagan jr appraoches - touches casket 22:14:59 he is hoem now, he is free, in his final letter i now begin a journey that will lead me to sunset of my life, this evening he has arived, history will record him as a leader, we have measured his worth as a man, honest passionate, greaceful brave, he was most plainly decent man you can ever hope to meet. a gentlement always does the kind thing and he was a gentlement in the truest sense of the world. Big as he was never tried to make anyone feel small. never took advantage of thsoe who felt weaker, shop keeper door man king or queen dad treated everyonw wtih courtesey acknowledge dignity in all, idea all people created equal is how he lived his life and he lived good long life, kind of life good men lead but i guess i'm just tell you thing you already know 22:16:44 here's somethign you amy not know, his entire life, dad has a fondness for ear lobes. even as a boy handing out on street corner, if they were standing next to dutch sooner or later he would grab a hold of lobes, sitting on lap as a kid. grab a hold of my ear lobes. didn't ahvbe to be a kid, william holden, bill got use to it, dad would hava a hold of his ear lobe, some tense labor negoitation, two hollywood movie stars, hand and ear lobe. famously optomistic man, wish it were as opposed to how it is. Dad decided he was going to revive thubms up gesture, giving everyone thumbs up. presidental limosine dad was thumbs upping the crowd and suddently looming in the window was a snarling face. this fellow was reviving an entirely different gesture and digit. turned to us and without missing a beat said, you see, i think it's catching on 22:18:52 religious man, nver fatal mistake of so many, wearing faith on sleeve... god spared him... had no ... and some place flowing from eyars long past, a river will wind towards sea... sail over jumps built with own hands, river, shining stones, rest in shade of trees. our cares are no longer his we meet him in memory but will join him soon enough when we are called home and we are free 22:21:00 reading 22:21:10 casket flag draped 22:21:19 ron's wife crying 22:21:43 beautiful beginning of sunset while reading 22:21:59 crowd listening / sunset 22:22:27 people stand / national anthem sung 22:22:42 nancy singing words 22:23:19 arnold scharzenegger with hand over herat 22:23:29 nancy singing 22:24:14 soldiers appraoch 22:24:59 lifting of casket / bagpipes plays amazing grace 22:25:50 nancy watches 22:25:55 casket brought down stairs 22:26:13 bag pipe player 22:26:29 nancy leaves with general 22:26:38 cakset is carried by soldiers 22:26:47 bag pipe palyer and priest 22:26:54 nancy walking with general 22:27:04 casket carried down ramp 22:27:10 bag pipe player gneerals and preist 22:28:03 soldiers carry casket over to stone tablet 22:29:04 flag is detached from casket 22:29:40 flag lifted / held 22:30:03 misses reagan it is a wonderful awesome responsibilty to give final parting words on this long journey of week of sadness, thank you for privledge fo being pastor and chaplain to president, little did i think 4 1/2 decades ago when i came to study in college that one day i woudl end up as chaplain of president of the united states, only in america. thank you for bearing your grief so nobily, dignity shown this week, hearts goen otu to you, so many commented on picture of you and i togehter as we began this week, reason poignancy, whole nation putting arm around you. thank you for caring for president in declining years, exhampe of marriage you modeled, and especially in white house years, yours was a glorious firendship based on mutual love and respect and we love you for it, thank you for it. 22:31:58 you you michael and patti and ron, thank you for very touching and moving words, a little humor but the heart felt love of children who love their father and respect them so much. we gethereed in national cathedral and heard so many wonderful words from antions leaders and beloved friedn. i have never heard thatcher speak more eloquently. rewarded reagan freedom award and when ronnie spoke about soviet union of evil empire even i blached, and thank god nether she or you shook in the face of communism. 22:33:18 went back to land born in south africa, he pointed to choose picture of your husband frimaed and said this is my presidetn. 10,000 miles away he identified as we all do and so do through time to come. now remains for me to talk about man and his faith, indeed he was a gift from god. made us feel good about our country selves and future, and because gained confience from paslm 46, god is our refuge and strength a present help in time of trouble. so many people noticed he could sign hymns not looking book, sung in cathedral and played on bagpipes, that hymn sings about amazing grace, lived on and in that grace, i think at one particular... thorugh many dangers i have already come, grace have brought me safe thus far and grace lead me home, grace has led him home this day. 22:35:13 exhibited raciousness, from highest land to lowliest. when alheimerz no longer came to church, i camet o office regularly and brought ot him and home, one occasion mr prsidetn your pastor his here and said no i think i'll just sit here at desk, i knew he wasn't going to budge. I'll sit where you are, i red scripture and prayed. secretary ushered in wife stood up immediatly and shook her hand. 22:36:21 fruit of holy spirit deeply embeded in dna. as ron has already said, in 1994 he wrote that letter now begin journey into sunset of life. last saturday began new journey to glorious presence of almgihty god and i belive he is touching face of god as he said during challenger disaster, well done my good and faithful servant. 22:37:09 in the anchient nation of israel when temple built lord appeared to soloman if my people called by my name humble themselves and prey and seek my face i will forgive their sins and heal their lands, god was remeingn that glory of nation is not in pwoer prestige,welth and might, reagan knew that as carninal truth, strength not in our might but as we depend on god and trust in him and walk humbly before god. Reagan lived and believed that and thank god that he did. Mister presdient i salute you. 22:38:26 kisses nancy / you can hear her say "thank you" 22:38:36 ** cannons fire *** 21 gun salute *** 22:39:39 good cu of cannon firing 22:40:39 we commend into your hand the spirit of your servant ronald wilson reagan, commend him into care and keeping, come afresh in care. never ever be afraid of death or ever ashamed to see you face to face but grant that your peace rest now and always, bless you and keep you, shine upon you and gracious to you, countanance to you, now and forever more, in the name of father son and holy spirit. 22:41:50 marines fire guns 22:42:12 taps played 22:42:48 *** great sunset / bugler 22:43:26 jets fly over / missing man formation 22:43:54 head on of jets 22:44:23 one takes off very fast / see after burner fire 22:44:57 folding of american flag over casket 22:45:24 america the beautiful playing 22:45:36 nancy wipes nose 22:45:47 **** great final folding of flag 22:46:00 ron and patti 22:46:05 hands wrapping flag 22:46:14 nancy seated starin gat coffin / shakes head 22:46:52 flag passes by each soldier 22:47:18 soldiers march off platform 22:47:29 holding flag passes flag to navy soldier 22:47:47 handing of flag to nancy 22:47:54 nancy nods head 22:48:00 nancy recieves flag and holds it close 22:48:14 nancy rises... 22:48:20 nancy places cheek on casket rubs casket. 22:48:35 ***** nancy begins to cry 22:48:47 ****** patty and ron and maichel surround and hug her. 22:48:55 all begin to cry 22:49:02 she cries and rubs coffin. pats coffin 22:49:27 whisper into her ear 22:49:36 nancy kisses coffin 22:49:45 nancy rubs coffin as michael kisses her head 22:50:10 nancy wipes tear 22:50:45 nancy leaves platform with general 22:50:58 nancy leaves holding flag in her arms 22:51:10 michael kisses casket 22:51:16 patty and ron leave 22:51:42 god bless america is sung 22:51:50 michael and wife and daughter by casket. 22:52:08 good shot of casket / michael holding wife. 22:52:39 michael and family leave platform 22:53:23 (**) 22:53:43 sunset 22:55:10 mourners go up and touch coffin 22:55:36 sunset