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WASH 9 HILLARY CLINTON PITTSBURGH PA ROPELINE 061416 C16 12:19:54 HRC>> Hello everybody! Thank you. Thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] Thank you all. It is so great to be back in Pittsburgh. And it especially great to be here with the men and women of the IBEW. I wanna thank Mike Dunleavy and IBEW Local 5 for welcoming us to your house. We are happy to be here. And I wanna thank my longtime friend, colleague, advocate, Leo Gerard who has been a champion, not just for steel workers, but for working people, fairness, the kind of economy that lifts everybody up for as long as I've known him. 12:20:52 I am so grateful to have the support of both the steelworkers and IBEW. It means a lot to me, because we wanna put you all to work. We're gonna have a lot of work to do in our country and nobody can do it better. I wanna recognize your county executive, Rich Fitzgerald and thank him for being such a great supporter, but more than that, for leading this country along with Mayor Bill Peduto who has done such a great job to continue the renaissance of Pittsburgh. And -- [ cheers and applause ] -- I wanna join Leo in acknowledging your great congressman Mike Doyle and your great Senator Bob Casey. [ cheers and applause ] 12:21:48 There's another mayor here, Mayor John Fetterman, from -- [ cheers and applause ] -- yeah, John is here. John is hard to miss, so he's here somewhere. I saw him earlier. I wanna thank also city councilwoman, Natalia Rudiak and I wanna thank Josh Shapiro, your candidate for attorney general. And to Montgomery County Commissioner, Reverend James Edward Brown. And all of you for being with us today. 12:22:22 I always love coming to PIttsburgh and western Pennsylvania. And it's especially great to be here after the Penguins clinched the Stanley Cup Again. It's quite, quite a record now. They got some ways to go before they match the Steelers in terms of, you know, winning it all. But they're on their way. And the county executive and I were talking, and he said something which really struck me. The Penguins did this the old fashioned way, teamwork, hard work, and resilience. And that's what we're gonna do in this election, that's what we're gonna do in our country. 12:23:09 Now, when I planned this trip, I intended to give a different talk today. About how we make our economy work for everyone, not just those at the top. How we reduce economic inequality that is threatening not just our economy but our democracy. How we rebuild our infrastructure, stand with our steelworkers against illegal dumping by China. And I wanted to talk, too, about how unions like IBEW and the steelworkers and so many others helped build the greatest middle class in the world. [ cheers and applause ] If anybody has a chair, you can use it, because, don't worry. The folks behind you have sat down and everybody is seated. That's great. You see, I draw from our history that labor is central to whatever we want to achieve. 12:24:15 And I'm going to be a strong partner and advocate for the American labor movement, for working people, for your rights and your opportunities to make the very best possible living in the greatest country on Earth. And these are the issues that are in my heart, I will be talking about them in the weeks ahead. They're really at the center of my campaign. But today, there are different things on my mind and probably on yours too, as Leo said. We are still reeling from what happened on Sunday in Orlando. Another terrorist attack, not overseas, but here at home. So many Americans killed and wounded. 12:25:01 A hate crime at an LGBT nightclub, right in the middle of pride month. The deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States. And the losses stretch all the way to Pennsylvania. Two of the victims were from this state. Akira Murray, a high school basketball star from Philadelphia was killed. She was just 18 years old. And her friend, Patience Carter, also from Philadelphia, was shot. It's a poignant reminder that even in a country as big as ours, we are all connected. And our hearts are with Patience and Akira's families and all the families who are grieving now. 12:25:47 Since Sunday, we've been trying to make sense of what happened. And what we together can do to prevent future attacks. Yesterday in Cleveland, I once again laid out my plan for defeating ISIS and the broader radical Jihadist movement around the world and online. And for combatting radicalization here at home. Including a special focus on detecting and preventing so-called lone wolf attacks like we saw in Orlando and San Bernardino. These attacks are carried out by individuals who may or may not have any direct contact with an organization like ISIS. 12:26:35 But are inspired primarily over the internet by its twisted ideology. I reemphasized the importance of working with Muslim communities here at home, who are often the most likely to recognize radicalization before it's too late. After the attacks in Paris, Brussels, and San Bernardino, I met with homeland security officials and Muslim Community leaders in Minneapolis and Los Angeles to hear their ideas for building stronger partnerships. We need to lift up voices of moderation and tolerance. And -- [ applause ] -- I also said something I've been saying from the very beginning of this campaign. 12:27:28 I believe we Americans are capable of both protecting our second amendment rights while making sure guns don't fall into the wrong hands. And -- [ cheers and applause ] The terrorist in Orlando was the definition of the wrong hands. And weapons of war have no place in our streets. [ cheers and applause ] So the questions being debated this week about how we deal with the threat of terrorism are some of the most charged and important issues we face. And there are bound to be differences of opinion. 12:28:25 In a country as diverse and complex as ours, I think that's a given. But I believe that despite those differences of opinion, on a deeper level, we are all on the same team. We may not see eye to eye on everything, but we are all Americans. And there is so much more that unites us than divides us. [ cheers and applause ] I have said many times, I think it's appropriate for us not to consider ourselves on the republican team or the democratic team, the red team or the blue team. But to be on the American team. And after a terrible event like Orlando, that is clearer than ever. 12:29:20 And that's what we're seeing in Orlando and across America. People of different faiths, backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, coming together to say with one voice, we won't let hate defeat us. If we can count on that kind of unity and solidarity from each other, if even the families of the Orlando victims are speaking out right now against hate and division, we should certainly expect that from our leaders. And I am sorry to say that that is not what we are hearing from Donald Trump. [ cheers and applause ] 12:30:08 Donald Trump wants to be our next Commander in Chief. [ boos ] I think we all know that that is a job that demands a calm, collected, and dignified response to these kinds of events. [ cheers and applause ] Instead, yesterday morning, just one day after the massacre, he went on TV and suggested that President Obama is on the side of the terrorists. [ boos ] Now, now just think about that for a second. Even in a time of divided politics, this is way beyond anything that should be said by someone running for president of the United States. [ applause ] 12:31:17 And I have to ask, will responsible republican leaders stand up to their presumptive nominee? Or will they stand by his accusation about our president? Now I am sure they'd rather avoid that question altogether. But history will remember what we do in this moment. What Donald Trump is saying is shameful. It is disrespectful to the people who were killed and wounded and their families. [ applause ] And it is yet more evidence that he is temperamentally unfit and totally unqualified to be commander in chief. [ cheers and applause ] 12:32:12 Of course, he is a leader of the birther movement, which spread the lie that President Obama wasn't born in the United States. I guess he had to be reminded Hawaii is part of the United States. [ laughter ] This is a man who claimed a distinguished federal judge, born and raised in Indiana can't do his job because of his, quote, Mexican heritage. I guess he has to be reminded, Indiana is in the United States. So maybe we shouldn't be surprised. But, it was one thing when he was a reality TV personality. You know, raising his arms and yelling, you're fired. It is another thing altogether when he is the republican party's presumptive nominee for President. 12:33:17 Americans, we don't need conspiracy theories and pathological self congratulations. We need leadership, common sense, and concrete plans, because we are facing a brutal enemy. In the Middle East, ISIS is attempting a genocide of religious and ethnic minorities. They're slaughtering Muslims who refuse to accept their medieval ways. They are beheading civilians, including executing LGBT people, murdering Americans and Europeans, enslaving, torturing, and raping women and girls. The barbarity we face from radical Jihadists is profund. So I would like to have a worthy debate on the best way to keep our country safe. That's what Americans deserve. 12:34:17 Now I read every word of Donald Trump's speech yesterday. And I sifted through all of the bizarre rants and the outright lies. And what I found, once you cut through the nonsense, is that his plan comes down to two things. First, he is fixated on the words radical Islam. Now, I must say I find this strange. Is Donald Trump suggesting that there are magic words that once uttered will stop terrorists from coming after us. [ laughter and applause ] Trump, as usual, is obsessed with name calling. And, from my perspective, it matters what we do, not just what we say. In the end, it didn't matter what we called Bin Laden. It mattered that we got Bin Laden. [ cheers and applause ] 12:35:33 I have clearly said that we faced terrorist enemies who use a perverted version of Islam to justify slaughtering innocent people. We have to stop them and we will. So if Donald suggests I won't call this threat what it is, he hasn't been listening. But I will not demonize and declare war on an entire religion. And -- [ cheers and applause ] Now that we are passed the semantic debate, Donald's going to have to come up with something better. He's got one other idea. 12:36:21 He wants to ban all Muslims from entering our country. And now he wants to go even further and suspend all immigration from large parts of the world. Now I've talked before about how this approach is un-American. It goes against everything we stand for as a country founded on religious freedom. But it also dangerous. First, we rely on partners in Muslim countries to fight terrorists. This would make it harder. Second, we need to build trust in Muslim communities here at home to counter radicalization. And this would make it harder. Third, Trump's words will be, in fact they already are, a recruiting tool for ISIS, to help them increase its ranks of people willing to do what we saw in Orlando. 12:37:21 And fourth, he's turning Americans against Americans, which is exactly what ISIS wants. Leaders who've actually fought terrorists know this. General Petraeus said recently that demonizing a religious faith and its adherence will come at a great cost. Not just to our values, to our men and women in uniform and our national security. Commissioner Bill Bratton of the New York Police Department said, this kind of talk makes his job harder. He has Muslims in his police force, he has Muslims in the community, he needs everyone working together against any potential threat. 12:38:09 But Donald won't listen to any of this. Not experts like General Petraeus or Commissioner Bratton, or anybody, because he says he knows more about ISIS than the generals do. [ laughter ] It's almost hard to even think of what to say about that claim. [ cheers and applause ] But in this instance, Donald's words are especially nonsensical. Because the terrorist who carried out this attack wasn't born in Afghanistan as Donald Trump said yesterday. He was born in Queens, New York, just like Donald was himself. 12:39:03 So Muslim bans and immigration reforms would not have stopped him. They would not have saved a single lief in Orlando. And those are the only two ideas Donald Trump would forward yesterday for how to fight ISIS. Beyond that, he said a lot of false things. Including about me. He said I'll abolish the second amendment. Well, that's wrong. He said I'll let a flood of refugees into our country without any screening. That's also wrong. These are demonstrably lies. But he feels compelled to tell them, because he has to distract us from the fact he has nothing substantive to say for himself. [ cheers and applause ] Now much of the rest of his speech was spent denigrating not just the president, but the efforts of all the brave American service members, law enforcement agents, intelligence officers, diplomats and others who have worked so hard to keep our country safe. 12:40:20 Donald says our military is a disaster and the world is laughing at us. Wrong again. Since 9/11, America has done a great deal at home and abroad to stop terrorists. Thousands of Americans have fought and died. We have worked intensively with our allies, engaged in fierce and vital debates here at home about how far our government should go in monitoring threats. We have vastly increased security measures at airports, train stations, power plants, and many other places. And the American people, we have all become more vigilant. Even while we have carried on living our lives as normally as possible. 12:41:07 It has been a long and difficult effort. We've had successes and we've also had failures. But one thing's for sure. The fight against terrorism has never been simple. And we need a Commander in Chief who's up to these challenges. Who can grapple with them in all their complexity. Someone with real plans and real solutions that actually address the problems we face. And we need -- [ cheers and applause ] -- >> [ chant ] Hillary! Hillary! Hillary! 12:41:53 And we need someone with the temperament and the experience to make those hard choices in the situation room, not a loose cannon who could easily lead us into war. Now one more thing, Don Trump has been very clear about what he won't do. He won't stand up to the gun lobby. The terrorist who killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in Orlando did it with two guns. A handgun and (?)SCX rifle. If you don't know what that is, I urge you to google it. See it for yourself. This man had been investigated by the FBI for months. But we couldn't' stop him from buying a powerful weapon that he used to slaughter Americans in large numbers. 12:42:46 Let's get this straight. We have reached the point where people cannot board airplanes with full bottles of shampoo. But people being watched by the FBI for suspected terrorist links can buy a gun with no questions asked. That is absurd. [ cheers and applause ] It just seems like western Pennsylvania common sense, if you're too dangerous to get on a plane, you are too dangerous to buy a gun. Enough is enough. So now it's time for seriousness and resolve. We need to go after ISIS overseas. 12:43:39 We need to protect Americans here at home. Counter their poisonous ideologies. Support our first responders. Take a hard look at our gun laws. Stand with the LGBT community and peaceful Muslim Americans today and always. In the days and weeks ahead, I will have more to say about how we work together to keep our country and our citizens safe and take the fight to the terrorists. None of this will be easy. And none of it will be helped by anything Donald Trump has to offer. This is the time to set aside fear and division and reach for unity. America is strongest when we all feel like we have a stake in our country. 12:44:26 When we all have a chance to live up to our God given potential. And we want others here to have that chance, too. We've always been a country of we, not me. And we've always been stronger together. We are stronger when people can participate in our democracy, share in the rewards of our economy, and contribute to our communities. When we bridge our divides and lift each other up instead of tearing each other down. Here in Pennsylvania and across America, I have listened to so many people tell me about the problems that keep you and your families up at night. Despite all the progress we've made, there's' no yet enough growth, which creates good jobs and raises incomes. 12:45:18 There's not yet enough economic fairness. So everyone who works hard can share in the rewards. We need both. A growth and fairness economy. Where profits and paychecks rise together. And -- [ cheers and applause ] -- so many people talk to me about the bonds that hold.us together as one national communtiy are being strained by too much inequality, too little upward mobility, social and political divisions have deminished our trust in each other, and our confidence in our shared future. As your president, I'll work everyday to break down all the barriers holding you back and keeping us apart. And I will be on your side. I'll have the back, Leo, of every steelworker getting knocked around by unfair competition. 12:46:21 Of every working mom trying to raise her kids on minimum wage or unequal pay. Of every union member struggling to going in the face of concerted attacks on workers' rights. Because right to work is wrong for workers. And we need to stand strong with unions. Together I want us to forge a new sense of connection and shared responsibility . To each other and our nation. I know that's possible, because I have seen it throughout our history. Including just this week. Some of you may have noticed a letter that went viral on the internet over the last few days. 12:47:10 THe letter is from George H.W. Bush's presidential library. I hadn't read it in a long time until yesterday. And it moved to tears, just like it did all those years ago. It's the letter that President Bush left in the Oval Office for my husband back in January of 1993. They had just fought a fierce campaign. Bill won, president bush lost. IN a democracy, that's how it goes. But when Bill walked into that office, the very first time as president, that note was waiting for him. It had some good advice about staying focussed on what mattered despite the critics. 12:48:01 It wished him happiness. And it concluded with these words. "You will be our president when you read this note. I wish you well. I wish you family well. Your success is not our country's success. And I am rooting hard for you. George." That's the America we love. That is what we cherish and expect. [ cheers and applause ] So let us come together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. We can root for each other's success. Where our president is everyone's president and our future belongs to us all. Let's make this once again the big hearted, fair minded country we all love so much. Thank you all very, very much. PITTSBURGH, PA - Hillary Clinton didn't shy away from ripping Donald Trump's national security speech which he delivered Monday in NH saying Trump's "tempermentally unfit and totally unqualified to be commander in chief." 12:40:01 "He has to distract us from the fact he has nothing substantive to say," Clinton said. 12:33:35 "We don't need conspiracy theories and pathological self-congratulations we need leadership, common sense and concrete plans because we are facing a brutal enemy." Clinton told supporters in Pittsburgh she read "every word" in Trump's speech and came to the conclusion that the billionaire businessman is 12:33:35 "fixated on the words radical Islam.Is Donald Trump suggesting that there are magic words that once uttered will stop terrorists from coming after us?" Secretary Clinton also said the speech was full of "demonstrative lies" calling out Trump's mistake that the Orlando shooter was born in Afghanistan. 12:38:34 "He was born in Queens, New York just like Donald Trump." 12:39:14 "He said i'll abolish the second amendment. Well that's wrong. He said i'll let a flood of refugees into our country without any screening. That's also wrong," Clinton fired off. Clinton also rebuked the Republican presidential candidate's insinuation of a connection between President Obama and the events in Orlando. "Now just think about that for a second. Even in a time of divided politics. This is way beyond anything that should be said by someone running for President of the United States," she said. And Clinton posed a question for Republicans: "Will responsible republican leaders stand up to their presumptive nominee? Or will they stand by his accusation about our president?" Clinton didn't stop there diving deeper into Trump's "conspiracy theories." 12:32:13 "He is a leader of the birther movement that spread the lie that President Obama isn't born in the United States. I guess he had to be reminded that Hawaii is in the United States." In this section, Clinton also talked about Trump's comments on Judge Curiel suggesting maybe Trump didn't know that Indiana, where Curiel was born, is also in the Untied States. 12:32:51 "So maybe we shouldn't be surprised. But, it was one thing when he was a reality TV personality, raising his arms and yelling..you're fired. It's another thing all together when he is the Republican parties presumptive nominee." Clinton also slammed the lack of gun regulations in the wake of the Orlando shooting. 12:42:50 "We have reached the point where people cannot board airplanes with full bottles of shampoo, but people investigated by the FBI with terrorist links can buy a gun with no questions asked." As she did on Monday, Clinton started her remarks by telling supporters that this was not the speech she planned to deliver. She ended the speech by discussing the letter George H.W. Bush's presidential library released that the former president left on Bill Clinton's new desk in the oval office in January of 1993. Clinton said reading the letter moved her to tears. 12:48:20 "So let us come together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. We can root for each other's success. Where our president is everyone's president our future belongs to us all." - As part of Clinton's "stronger together" message (a sign with the words was glued to her podium in Pittsburgh this afternoon), the former secretary of state ended her remarks in Pennsylvania by talking about Republicans and Democrats coming together. For the second straight day, Clinton used an example from the Bush family (today George H.W. Bush, Monday George W. Bush) to illustrate the "new sense of connection and shared responsibility" Clinton hopes to see following the Orlando shooting. Section from today's speech on the letter George H.W. Bush left Bill Clinton when he entered the oval office for the first time as president: 12:47:10 "The letter is from George H.W. Bush's presidential library. I hadn't read it in a long time until yesterday. And it moved to tears, just like it did all those years ago. It's the letter that President Bush left in the Oval Office for my husband back in January of 1993. They had just fought a fierce campaign. Bill won, president bush lost. IN a democracy, that's how it goes. But when Bill walked into that office, the very first time as president, that note was waiting for him. It had some good advice about staying focussed on what mattered despite the critics. 12:48:01 "It wished him happiness. And it concluded with these words. "You will be our president when you read this note. I wish you well. I wish you family well. Your success is not our country's success. And I am rooting hard for you. George." That's the America we love. That is what we cherish and expect. [ cheers and applause ] So let us come together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. We can root for each other's success. Where our president is everyone's president and our future belongs to us all. Let's make this once again the big hearted, fair minded country we all love so much." Section from Clinton's Monday speech when she invoked George W. Bush on 9/11 and his visit to a mosque: 13:38:08 "There was a Republican president, a Republican governor, and a Republican mayor. We did not attack each other. We worked with each other to protect our country and to rebuild our city. [ Applause ] President Bush went to a Muslim community center just six days after the attacks to send a message of unity and solidarity to anyone who wanted to take out their anger on our Muslim neighbors and fellow citizens, he said that should not and that will not stand in America. It is time to get back to the spirit of those days, the spirit of 9/12."
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WASH 9 HILLARY CLINTON PITTSBURGH PA POOL 061416 C16 12:19:54 HRC>> Hello everybody! Thank you. Thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] Thank you all. It is so great to be back in Pittsburgh. And it especially great to be here with the men and women of the IBEW. I wanna thank Mike Dunleavy and IBEW Local 5 for welcoming us to your house. We are happy to be here. And I wanna thank my longtime friend, colleague, advocate, Leo Gerard who has been a champion, not just for steel workers, but for working people, fairness, the kind of economy that lifts everybody up for as long as I've known him. 12:20:52 I am so grateful to have the support of both the steelworkers and IBEW. It means a lot to me, because we wanna put you all to work. We're gonna have a lot of work to do in our country and nobody can do it better. I wanna recognize your county executive, Rich Fitzgerald and thank him for being such a great supporter, but more than that, for leading this country along with Mayor Bill Peduto who has done such a great job to continue the renaissance of Pittsburgh. And -- [ cheers and applause ] -- I wanna join Leo in acknowledging your great congressman Mike Doyle and your great Senator Bob Casey. [ cheers and applause ] 12:21:48 There's another mayor here, Mayor John Fetterman, from -- [ cheers and applause ] -- yeah, John is here. John is hard to miss, so he's here somewhere. I saw him earlier. I wanna thank also city councilwoman, Natalia Rudiak and I wanna thank Josh Shapiro, your candidate for attorney general. And to Montgomery County Commissioner, Reverend James Edward Brown. And all of you for being with us today. 12:22:22 I always love coming to PIttsburgh and western Pennsylvania. And it's especially great to be here after the Penguins clinched the Stanley Cup Again. It's quite, quite a record now. They got some ways to go before they match the Steelers in terms of, you know, winning it all. But they're on their way. And the county executive and I were talking, and he said something which really struck me. The Penguins did this the old fashioned way, teamwork, hard work, and resilience. And that's what we're gonna do in this election, that's what we're gonna do in our country. 12:23:09 Now, when I planned this trip, I intended to give a different talk today. About how we make our economy work for everyone, not just those at the top. How we reduce economic inequality that is threatening not just our economy but our democracy. How we rebuild our infrastructure, stand with our steelworkers against illegal dumping by China. And I wanted to talk, too, about how unions like IBEW and the steelworkers and so many others helped build the greatest middle class in the world. [ cheers and applause ] If anybody has a chair, you can use it, because, don't worry. The folks behind you have sat down and everybody is seated. That's great. You see, I draw from our history that labor is central to whatever we want to achieve. 12:24:15 And I'm going to be a strong partner and advocate for the American labor movement, for working people, for your rights and your opportunities to make the very best possible living in the greatest country on Earth. And these are the issues that are in my heart, I will be talking about them in the weeks ahead. They're really at the center of my campaign. But today, there are different things on my mind and probably on yours too, as Leo said. We are still reeling from what happened on Sunday in Orlando. Another terrorist attack, not overseas, but here at home. So many Americans killed and wounded. 12:25:01 A hate crime at an LGBT nightclub, right in the middle of pride month. The deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States. And the losses stretch all the way to Pennsylvania. Two of the victims were from this state. Akira Murray, a high school basketball star from Philadelphia was killed. She was just 18 years old. And her friend, Patience Carter, also from Philadelphia, was shot. It's a poignant reminder that even in a country as big as ours, we are all connected. And our hearts are with Patience and Akira's families and all the families who are grieving now. 12:25:47 Since Sunday, we've been trying to make sense of what happened. And what we together can do to prevent future attacks. Yesterday in Cleveland, I once again laid out my plan for defeating ISIS and the broader radical Jihadist movement around the world and online. And for combatting radicalization here at home. Including a special focus on detecting and preventing so-called lone wolf attacks like we saw in Orlando and San Bernardino. These attacks are carried out by individuals who may or may not have any direct contact with an organization like ISIS. 12:26:35 But are inspired primarily over the internet by its twisted ideology. I reemphasized the importance of working with Muslim communities here at home, who are often the most likely to recognize radicalization before it's too late. After the attacks in Paris, Brussels, and San Bernardino, I met with homeland security officials and Muslim Community leaders in Minneapolis and Los Angeles to hear their ideas for building stronger partnerships. We need to lift up voices of moderation and tolerance. And -- [ applause ] -- I also said something I've been saying from the very beginning of this campaign. 12:27:28 I believe we Americans are capable of both protecting our second amendment rights while making sure guns don't fall into the wrong hands. And -- [ cheers and applause ] The terrorist in Orlando was the definition of the wrong hands. And weapons of war have no place in our streets. [ cheers and applause ] So the questions being debated this week about how we deal with the threat of terrorism are some of the most charged and important issues we face. And there are bound to be differences of opinion. 12:28:25 In a country as diverse and complex as ours, I think that's a given. But I believe that despite those differences of opinion, on a deeper level, we are all on the same team. We may not see eye to eye on everything, but we are all Americans. And there is so much more that unites us than divides us. [ cheers and applause ] I have said many times, I think it's appropriate for us not to consider ourselves on the republican team or the democratic team, the red team or the blue team. But to be on the American team. And after a terrible event like Orlando, that is clearer than ever. 12:29:20 And that's what we're seeing in Orlando and across America. People of different faiths, backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, coming together to say with one voice, we won't let hate defeat us. If we can count on that kind of unity and solidarity from each other, if even the families of the Orlando victims are speaking out right now against hate and division, we should certainly expect that from our leaders. And I am sorry to say that that is not what we are hearing from Donald Trump. [ cheers and applause ] 12:30:08 Donald Trump wants to be our next Commander in Chief. [ boos ] I think we all know that that is a job that demands a calm, collected, and dignified response to these kinds of events. [ cheers and applause ] Instead, yesterday morning, just one day after the massacre, he went on TV and suggested that President Obama is on the side of the terrorists. [ boos ] Now, now just think about that for a second. Even in a time of divided politics, this is way beyond anything that should be said by someone running for president of the United States. [ applause ] 12:31:17 And I have to ask, will responsible republican leaders stand up to their presumptive nominee? Or will they stand by his accusation about our president? Now I am sure they'd rather avoid that question altogether. But history will remember what we do in this moment. What Donald Trump is saying is shameful. It is disrespectful to the people who were killed and wounded and their families. [ applause ] And it is yet more evidence that he is temperamentally unfit and totally unqualified to be commander in chief. [ cheers and applause ] 12:32:12 Of course, he is a leader of the birther movement, which spread the lie that President Obama wasn't born in the United States. I guess he had to be reminded Hawaii is part of the United States. [ laughter ] This is a man who claimed a distinguished federal judge, born and raised in Indiana can't do his job because of his, quote, Mexican heritage. I guess he has to be reminded, Indiana is in the United States. So maybe we shouldn't be surprised. But, it was one thing when he was a reality TV personality. You know, raising his arms and yelling, you're fired. It is another thing altogether when he is the republican party's presumptive nominee for President. 12:33:17 Americans, we don't need conspiracy theories and pathological self congratulations. We need leadership, common sense, and concrete plans, because we are facing a brutal enemy. In the Middle East, ISIS is attempting a genocide of religious and ethnic minorities. They're slaughtering Muslims who refuse to accept their medieval ways. They are beheading civilians, including executing LGBT people, murdering Americans and Europeans, enslaving, torturing, and raping women and girls. The barbarity we face from radical Jihadists is profund. So I would like to have a worthy debate on the best way to keep our country safe. That's what Americans deserve. 12:34:17 Now I read every word of Donald Trump's speech yesterday. And I sifted through all of the bizarre rants and the outright lies. And what I found, once you cut through the nonsense, is that his plan comes down to two things. First, he is fixated on the words radical Islam. Now, I must say I find this strange. Is Donald Trump suggesting that there are magic words that once uttered will stop terrorists from coming after us. [ laughter and applause ] Trump, as usual, is obsessed with name calling. And, from my perspective, it matters what we do, not just what we say. In the end, it didn't matter what we called Bin Laden. It mattered that we got Bin Laden. [ cheers and applause ] 12:35:33 I have clearly said that we faced terrorist enemies who use a perverted version of Islam to justify slaughtering innocent people. We have to stop them and we will. So if Donald suggests I won't call this threat what it is, he hasn't been listening. But I will not demonize and declare war on an entire religion. And -- [ cheers and applause ] Now that we are passed the semantic debate, Donald's going to have to come up with something better. He's got one other idea. 12:36:21 He wants to ban all Muslims from entering our country. And now he wants to go even further and suspend all immigration from large parts of the world. Now I've talked before about how this approach is un-American. It goes against everything we stand for as a country founded on religious freedom. But it also dangerous. First, we rely on partners in Muslim countries to fight terrorists. This would make it harder. Second, we need to build trust in Muslim communities here at home to counter radicalization. And this would make it harder. Third, Trump's words will be, in fact they already are, a recruiting tool for ISIS, to help them increase its ranks of people willing to do what we saw in Orlando. 12:37:21 And fourth, he's turning Americans against Americans, which is exactly what ISIS wants. Leaders who've actually fought terrorists know this. General Petraeus said recently that demonizing a religious faith and its adherence will come at a great cost. Not just to our values, to our men and women in uniform and our national security. Commissioner Bill Bratton of the New York Police Department said, this kind of talk makes his job harder. He has Muslims in his police force, he has Muslims in the community, he needs everyone working together against any potential threat. 12:38:09 But Donald won't listen to any of this. Not experts like General Petraeus or Commissioner Bratton, or anybody, because he says he knows more about ISIS than the generals do. [ laughter ] It's almost hard to even think of what to say about that claim. [ cheers and applause ] But in this instance, Donald's words are especially nonsensical. Because the terrorist who carried out this attack wasn't born in Afghanistan as Donald Trump said yesterday. He was born in Queens, New York, just like Donald was himself. 12:39:03 So Muslim bans and immigration reforms would not have stopped him. They would not have saved a single lief in Orlando. And those are the only two ideas Donald Trump would forward yesterday for how to fight ISIS. Beyond that, he said a lot of false things. Including about me. He said I'll abolish the second amendment. Well, that's wrong. He said I'll let a flood of refugees into our country without any screening. That's also wrong. These are demonstrably lies. But he feels compelled to tell them, because he has to distract us from the fact he has nothing substantive to say for himself. [ cheers and applause ] Now much of the rest of his speech was spent denigrating not just the president, but the efforts of all the brave American service members, law enforcement agents, intelligence officers, diplomats and others who have worked so hard to keep our country safe. 12:40:20 Donald says our military is a disaster and the world is laughing at us. Wrong again. Since 9/11, America has done a great deal at home and abroad to stop terrorists. Thousands of Americans have fought and died. We have worked intensively with our allies, engaged in fierce and vital debates here at home about how far our government should go in monitoring threats. We have vastly increased security measures at airports, train stations, power plants, and many other places. And the American people, we have all become more vigilant. Even while we have carried on living our lives as normally as possible. 12:41:07 It has been a long and difficult effort. We've had successes and we've also had failures. But one thing's for sure. The fight against terrorism has never been simple. And we need a Commander in Chief who's up to these challenges. Who can grapple with them in all their complexity. Someone with real plans and real solutions that actually address the problems we face. And we need -- [ cheers and applause ] -- >> [ chant ] Hillary! Hillary! Hillary! 12:41:53 And we need someone with the temperament and the experience to make those hard choices in the situation room, not a loose cannon who could easily lead us into war. Now one more thing, Don Trump has been very clear about what he won't do. He won't stand up to the gun lobby. The terrorist who killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in Orlando did it with two guns. A handgun and (?)SCX rifle. If you don't know what that is, I urge you to google it. See it for yourself. This man had been investigated by the FBI for months. But we couldn't' stop him from buying a powerful weapon that he used to slaughter Americans in large numbers. 12:42:46 Let's get this straight. We have reached the point where people cannot board airplanes with full bottles of shampoo. But people being watched by the FBI for suspected terrorist links can buy a gun with no questions asked. That is absurd. [ cheers and applause ] It just seems like western Pennsylvania common sense, if you're too dangerous to get on a plane, you are too dangerous to buy a gun. Enough is enough. So now it's time for seriousness and resolve. We need to go after ISIS overseas. 12:43:39 We need to protect Americans here at home. Counter their poisonous ideologies. Support our first responders. Take a hard look at our gun laws. Stand with the LGBT community and peaceful Muslim Americans today and always. In the days and weeks ahead, I will have more to say about how we work together to keep our country and our citizens safe and take the fight to the terrorists. None of this will be easy. And none of it will be helped by anything Donald Trump has to offer. This is the time to set aside fear and division and reach for unity. America is strongest when we all feel like we have a stake in our country. 12:44:26 When we all have a chance to live up to our God given potential. And we want others here to have that chance, too. We've always been a country of we, not me. And we've always been stronger together. We are stronger when people can participate in our democracy, share in the rewards of our economy, and contribute to our communities. When we bridge our divides and lift each other up instead of tearing each other down. Here in Pennsylvania and across America, I have listened to so many people tell me about the problems that keep you and your families up at night. Despite all the progress we've made, there's' no yet enough growth, which creates good jobs and raises incomes. 12:45:18 There's not yet enough economic fairness. So everyone who works hard can share in the rewards. We need both. A growth and fairness economy. Where profits and paychecks rise together. And -- [ cheers and applause ] -- so many people talk to me about the bonds that hold.us together as one national communtiy are being strained by too much inequality, too little upward mobility, social and political divisions have deminished our trust in each other, and our confidence in our shared future. As your president, I'll work everyday to break down all the barriers holding you back and keeping us apart. And I will be on your side. I'll have the back, Leo, of every steelworker getting knocked around by unfair competition. 12:46:21 Of every working mom trying to raise her kids on minimum wage or unequal pay. Of every union member struggling to going in the face of concerted attacks on workers' rights. Because right to work is wrong for workers. And we need to stand strong with unions. Together I want us to forge a new sense of connection and shared responsibility . To each other and our nation. I know that's possible, because I have seen it throughout our history. Including just this week. Some of you may have noticed a letter that went viral on the internet over the last few days. 12:47:10 THe letter is from George H.W. Bush's presidential library. I hadn't read it in a long time until yesterday. And it moved to tears, just like it did all those years ago. It's the letter that President Bush left in the Oval Office for my husband back in January of 1993. They had just fought a fierce campaign. Bill won, president bush lost. IN a democracy, that's how it goes. But when Bill walked into that office, the very first time as president, that note was waiting for him. It had some good advice about staying focussed on what mattered despite the critics. 12:48:01 It wished him happiness. And it concluded with these words. "You will be our president when you read this note. I wish you well. I wish you family well. Your success is not our country's success. And I am rooting hard for you. George." That's the America we love. That is what we cherish and expect. [ cheers and applause ] So let us come together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. We can root for each other's success. Where our president is everyone's president and our future belongs to us all. Let's make this once again the big hearted, fair minded country we all love so much. Thank you all very, very much. PITTSBURGH, PA - Hillary Clinton didn't shy away from ripping Donald Trump's national security speech which he delivered Monday in NH saying Trump's "tempermentally unfit and totally unqualified to be commander in chief." 12:40:01 "He has to distract us from the fact he has nothing substantive to say," Clinton said. 12:33:35 "We don't need conspiracy theories and pathological self-congratulations we need leadership, common sense and concrete plans because we are facing a brutal enemy." Clinton told supporters in Pittsburgh she read "every word" in Trump's speech and came to the conclusion that the billionaire businessman is 12:33:35 "fixated on the words radical Islam.Is Donald Trump suggesting that there are magic words that once uttered will stop terrorists from coming after us?" Secretary Clinton also said the speech was full of "demonstrative lies" calling out Trump's mistake that the Orlando shooter was born in Afghanistan. 12:38:34 "He was born in Queens, New York just like Donald Trump." 12:39:14 "He said i'll abolish the second amendment. Well that's wrong. He said i'll let a flood of refugees into our country without any screening. That's also wrong," Clinton fired off. Clinton also rebuked the Republican presidential candidate's insinuation of a connection between President Obama and the events in Orlando. "Now just think about that for a second. Even in a time of divided politics. This is way beyond anything that should be said by someone running for President of the United States," she said. And Clinton posed a question for Republicans: "Will responsible republican leaders stand up to their presumptive nominee? Or will they stand by his accusation about our president?" Clinton didn't stop there diving deeper into Trump's "conspiracy theories." 12:32:13 "He is a leader of the birther movement that spread the lie that President Obama isn't born in the United States. I guess he had to be reminded that Hawaii is in the United States." In this section, Clinton also talked about Trump's comments on Judge Curiel suggesting maybe Trump didn't know that Indiana, where Curiel was born, is also in the Untied States. 12:32:51 "So maybe we shouldn't be surprised. But, it was one thing when he was a reality TV personality, raising his arms and yelling..you're fired. It's another thing all together when he is the Republican parties presumptive nominee." Clinton also slammed the lack of gun regulations in the wake of the Orlando shooting. 12:42:50 "We have reached the point where people cannot board airplanes with full bottles of shampoo, but people investigated by the FBI with terrorist links can buy a gun with no questions asked." As she did on Monday, Clinton started her remarks by telling supporters that this was not the speech she planned to deliver. She ended the speech by discussing the letter George H.W. Bush's presidential library released that the former president left on Bill Clinton's new desk in the oval office in January of 1993. Clinton said reading the letter moved her to tears. 12:48:20 "So let us come together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. We can root for each other's success. Where our president is everyone's president our future belongs to us all." - As part of Clinton's "stronger together" message (a sign with the words was glued to her podium in Pittsburgh this afternoon), the former secretary of state ended her remarks in Pennsylvania by talking about Republicans and Democrats coming together. For the second straight day, Clinton used an example from the Bush family (today George H.W. Bush, Monday George W. Bush) to illustrate the "new sense of connection and shared responsibility" Clinton hopes to see following the Orlando shooting. Section from today's speech on the letter George H.W. Bush left Bill Clinton when he entered the oval office for the first time as president: 12:47:10 "The letter is from George H.W. Bush's presidential library. I hadn't read it in a long time until yesterday. And it moved to tears, just like it did all those years ago. It's the letter that President Bush left in the Oval Office for my husband back in January of 1993. They had just fought a fierce campaign. Bill won, president bush lost. IN a democracy, that's how it goes. But when Bill walked into that office, the very first time as president, that note was waiting for him. It had some good advice about staying focussed on what mattered despite the critics. 12:48:01 "It wished him happiness. And it concluded with these words. "You will be our president when you read this note. I wish you well. I wish you family well. Your success is not our country's success. And I am rooting hard for you. George." That's the America we love. That is what we cherish and expect. [ cheers and applause ] So let us come together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. We can root for each other's success. Where our president is everyone's president and our future belongs to us all. Let's make this once again the big hearted, fair minded country we all love so much." Section from Clinton's Monday speech when she invoked George W. Bush on 9/11 and his visit to a mosque: 13:38:08 "There was a Republican president, a Republican governor, and a Republican mayor. We did not attack each other. We worked with each other to protect our country and to rebuild our city. [ Applause ] President Bush went to a Muslim community center just six days after the attacks to send a message of unity and solidarity to anyone who wanted to take out their anger on our Muslim neighbors and fellow citizens, he said that should not and that will not stand in America. It is time to get back to the spirit of those days, the spirit of 9/12."
Election Day - Vote and last campaign stop
AVS2012 -027 November 5 and 6 Last campaign stops and voting 01:00:24 LOCATION/STORY: Miami, FL: Early voters frustrated after elections officeshuts its doors to the long lines NNS - (WSVN-FOX) Embargo: WPLGVIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST:WS and MWS pans, voters outside, chanting, Nats: "Let us vote!". WS and MSpan, voters gathered outside the building.SOT MOS man1 : "I've been waiting here wince 12.30 to pick up an absenteeballot. And now they're telling us we gotta go home that's just ridiculous."SOT MOS man2 : "They say I was the lucky one, because I was the last one tovote, and all these people here are waiting - that's unfair."MWS, Christina White outside explaining to the voters why they had to close,Nats. MS, voters I front of closed doors. WS pan, the building, votersgathered in front.SOT MOS man3 : "This went slowly and I wasn't able to get in."SOT MOS woman1 : "This took an hour, they said from 1 to 5, so they came andannounced they would not be doing any more."SOT-Christina White : "Operationally, we're just not set up for the volumeof people that have turned out."WS and WS pan, early voters gathered and waiting.SOT MOS man4 : 'Oh, 8 day is enough? Why would you go down there? We got 12million voters, and why?.. you know, they're trying to stop it? You know, Idon't understand..."MS, zoom out to WS, voters by the closed doors. MS, woman holding up herticket. MWS, voters lined up.SOT MOS woman3 : "I'm not leaving, this is democracy, whoever you vote for,you should vote."MS, man talking through closed doors to election officials, Nats.SOT MOS man5 : 'This is not Cuba! This is not China! We cannot allow thistohappen!"MS, fountain, pan up to cheering voters by the opening doors, Nats. MS andWSs, voters lined up in the dusk. LENGTH: 1:54 01:02:44 STORY: US Obama Heckler- Obama interrupted at rally by hecklers LENGTH: 01:56 SOURCE: ABC 865669 Cincinatti - 5 Nov 2012 SHOTLIST:1. Mid of US President Barack Obama waving to crowd at election campaignrally in Cincinnati, Ohio2. Wide pan of crowd at rally3. Mid of Obama looking up to heckler, pan and zoom into heckler holding upsign and shouting (what he shouts is inaudible above crowd)4. Wide of rally5. Various of police officers removing heckler from crowd6. Mid of crowd pointing and shouting at another heckler7. Mid of police officer escorting man from hall8. Mid of Obama giving speech9. Wide of rally, UPSOUND (English) Heckler in crowd: "We love you!" BarackObama, US president: "I love you back," crowd applauseSTORYLINE:US president Barack Obama was twice interrupted by hecklers who were thenled away by police officers at a supporters rally in Cincinnati, Ohio. 01:05:00 STORY:++US Campaign- Obama and Romney continue to campaign for support of undecided voters LENGTH: 02:30 SOURCE: ABC 865652 SHOTLIST:Hollywood, Florida1. Various of US President Barack Obama arriving at campaign event andgreeting supporters2. Mid of Obama waving to crowd and going down steps to shake hands withsupportersCincinnati, Ohio3. Various of singer Stevie Wonder entertaining crowd before Obama's arrival at rally4. Various of US President Barack Obama greeting supporters and waving tocrowd5. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President:"For those of you or your friends or neighbours who are still trying to make up their minds, this is not just a choice between two candidates or twoparties, it's a choice between two different visions of America. It's achoice between a return to the top-down policies that crashed our economy,or the strong growing middle-class based policies that are getting us out of a crisis."6. Mid of Obama waving and pointing to supportersMorrisville, Pennsylvania7. Wide of Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney at campaign rally8. SOUNDBITE (English) Mitt Romney, Republican Party presidential candidate:"We are only two days away from a fresh start. Two days away from the firstday of a new beginning. My conviction that better days are ahead is notbased on promises and rhetoric, but on solid plans and proven results and an unshakable faith in the American spirit. If there is anyone worried thatthe last four years are the best we can do, there's anyone who fears thatthe American dream is fading away, if there's anyone who wonders if thereare better jobs and better pay cheques are a thing of the past, I have aclear and unequivocal message: with the right leadership, America is aboutto come roaring back."9. Mid of crowd applauding, pull out to wide, UPSOUND (English) Mitt Romney, Republican Party presidential candidate: "We're Americans, we can doanything."10. Wide of fireworks following Romney's speech11. Mid of Romney waving to supportersNewport News, Virginia12. Various of Romney waving to supporters at campaign rally 01:08:25 LOCATION/STORY: Miami, FL: Chaos erupts at a polling place in Miami (WPLG)VIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST: WS of people chanting "Let people vote!"LENGTH: :50 01:09:40 LOCATION/STORY: Cobb Co, GA: Aerials of early voting lines. (WSB)VIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST:Aerials of early voting linesCobb Co, GA 01:10:27 NNS-Early Voting-FL:Lawsuit FiledMonday, November 05, 2012Dateline: Tampa , FL Florida's Democratic Party filed a federal lawsuit Sunday (11/4) morning inan effort to extend early voting hours in Palm Beach, Miami-Dade and Broward counties.VIDEO INFO:NAT SOUND MS People standing on line for vote early CU Voting signsSOT MITCHELL: "those were democrats and republicans that were standing inthose 5-6 hr long lines so we want to make sure people have the right toexercise their vote."NATS SOUND MS Reporter talking to man MS people on long line ready to voteSOT MITCHELL: "in 2008 we had 6 more days to do this - people get busy havethings going on in their lives."NATS MS people on line ready to voteSOT MATTHEWS: "this is obviously a political ploy."SOT MATTHEWS: "the Florida democratic party is obviously trying to put thefoot in the door just in case the election doesn't go their way - this isthe first step."NATS SOUND MS Long lines people waiting to vote early 01:12:30 LOCATION/STORY: Madison, WI: President Obama hold rally with BruceSpringsteenVIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST:LENGTH:VERBATIM: so you know where I stand. You know what I believe. You know Itell the truth. And you know that I'll fight for you and your families every single day as long as I know how. You know that about me. (Cheers, applause.) So when I say, Wisconsin, that I know what real change looks like, you've got cause to believe me because you've seen me fight for it and you've seen me deliver it.You've -- you've seen the scars on me to prove it. You've seen the gray hair on my head -- (laughter) -- to show you what it means to fight for change.And you've been there with me. And after all we've been through together, we can't give up now.AUDIENCE MEMBERS: No!PRESIDENT OBAMA: Because we've got more change to do.AUDIENCE MEMBERS: Yes!PRESIDENT OBAMA: We've got more change to make. 01:14:48 LOCATION/STORY: Columbus, OH: Bruce Springsteen and Jay Z rally withPresident ObamaVIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST: Bruce Springsteen and rapper and producer Jay Z were theopening acts for President Obama at his rally in Columbus LENGTH: 01:17:52 STORY:++US Voting- Voters in Dixville Notch evenly split as they continue tradition of being first to vote LENGTH: 02:00 865784 DATELINE: Dixville Notch, 6 Nov 2012 SHOTLIST1. Interior, Dixville Notch polling station, polling official at desk2. People lining up to register to vote3. Man voting in booth, zoom in4. Polling official at desk, pan to people waiting to cast their votes5. Close up ballot box6. People preparing to cast their votes7. Polling official with people casting their votes, UPSOUND (English)Polling official: "Midnight."8. Wide of polling station, UPSOUND (English) Polling official: "Forpresident - this has never happened before in Dixville - we have a tie,five votes each."9. Close up of votes board, pull out to mid of polling stationSTORYLINEWhile most of the East Coast of the US was still asleep, residents of a tiny village in northern New Hampshire headed to the polls at midnight 01:20:20 LOCATION/STORY: Cleveland, OH: Voters hit the polls early (WJW, EMBARGOWEWS) 16x9VIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST:MS on voting lines. CU on feet. CU on a little girl. MS on people in line.CU on a ballot box. MS zooming past people in line. CU on a tree. WS's ofpeople in line. MS on a man yelling (With partial NATS). CU on a tree. CU on peoplein line.Various WS, MS, CU's of people waiting in line. MS on men holding up signs.WS of the line.MS on people entering the building. CU on a mirror. MS's of people waiting inline. WS's of voting booths.WS, MS of people waiting in line. WS of people at the booths. WS of peoplewalking into the room. MS of people in line. VIDEO PROVIDED BY: NNS/WJW-FOX LENGTH: 1:52 01:22:42 LOCATION/STORY: Queens, NY: People line up in storm ravaged Rockaway to vote (WNYW, EMBARGO WABC) 16x9 VIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST:WS's of people in lines and the tables.VIDEO PROVIDED BY: NNS/WNYWLENGTH: 1:43 01:24:59 LOCATION/STORY: 16:9/ Orlando, FL: Voting lines this morning. WOFL - Fox / embargo WCJB, WFTV1:4VIDEO SHOWS/SHOTLIST:WS's of people waiting in lines. VIDEO PROVIDED BY: WOFL - FoxLENGTH: 1:57The polls are open throughout most of Florida. 01:27:32 LOCATION/STORY: Greenville, Delaware - VP Joe Biden is casting his ballot in the 2012 election VIDEO PROVIDED BY: POOLLENGTH: 01:30:40 LOCATION / STORY: Romney casts his vote 01:32:25 LOCATION/STORY: Janesville, WI/Paul Ryan Votes--Paul Ryan (R) Vice Presidential CandidateVIDEO PROVIDED BY: POOLLENGTH: 2:10 01:35:02 LOCATION/STORY: 16x9/Chicago, IL: President Obama visits campaign office,addresses campaign workersSHOTLIST:Obama thanking campaign workersextensive OBAMA SOT thanking campaign workersVIDEO PROVIDED BY: PoolLENGTH: 2:52At a stop at his Chicago campaign office on Election Day, President Obamahad a message of congratulations to rival Mitt Romney for a spirited race - -- and expressed optimism about the election results. He also placed calls to some of his volunteers.
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15:26:04 Presser with Lt. Col. Ruth...nurse who treated the American POWS in Kuwait 15:26:36 "few injuries...nothing major...great spirits, glad to be here..." 15:27:23 "we evaluated them, put them in ambulance...we were not given their destination" 15:28:22 "all i can say is they received some medical care...." 15:28:55 "not here long enough to feed them...gave them pringles..." 15:32:50 st up b-roll feed ================================================================ 15:34:35 #77 Saddam's half brother stills DOPESHEET: 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. ================================================================ 15:35:12 #69 Al Jazeera DOPESHEET: - AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 =============================================================== 15:37:26 #86 REburial USE CAUTION DOPESHEET: REBURIAL OF THE COALITION AIRSTRIKES VICTIMS, cemetery, makeshift tombstones, bodies unearthed, 030413#86 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity for cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off ========================================================= 15:38:46 #80 Iraq Pow Stills DOPESHEET: 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a airport south of Kuwait City. ================================================================= 15:39:59 #81 Kirkuk Wrap 2 DOPESHEET: 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 22. Delegates entering building 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. =============================================================== 15:44:33 #94 BBC cut spot on Chalabi DOPESHEET: 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. ================================================================== 15:46:42 #96 basra local policeman DOPESHEET: BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY ========================================================================= American POW family Reax 15:49:22 #99 Young POW Family Presser 15:50:13 Johnson family Presser 15:51:07 Hernandez Family Presser ========================================================================= 15:52:09 #107 American POW stills DOPESHEET: 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured US soldiers, some wounded but in good condition, to Marines on Sunday, near where US troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military airport south of Kuwait City. Ronald Young Sr. identified one of the Americans in shaky video shown by CNN as his son, Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., who was listed as a POW after his Apache helicopter was forced down on March 23. Also among the seven was Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, who was in the Apache with Young. Relatives identified the others as four members of the 507th Ordnance Maintenance Company that was ambushed outside of the southern city of Nasiriyah on March 23: Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, Fort Bliss, Texas, Army Sgt. James Riley, 31, Pennsauken, New Jersey, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, Alamogordo, New Mexico, and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, Park City, Kansas. The six had been listed as POWs. The seventh soldier was Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas. Riley, Miller, Hudson and Johnson were among five POWs shown on Iraqi television. The fifth was Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas. His family couldn't immediately be reached on Sunday morning. One of the men found on Sunday raised his fist in the air and smiled slightly as he strode from the helicopter at the southern Iraq airbase. Another limped, apparently with an injured right ankle. Some wore blue-and-white striped pajamas, another was in blue shorts. Marines at this base came forward to applaud and pat them on the back. Capt. David Romley said Marines marching north toward Tikrit were met by Iraqi soldiers north of Samarra who approached the 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Company, and the seven Americans were with them ======================================================================== 15:55:00 #101 Baghdad, holding a man accused of looting 15:55:59 man is injured, talking to coalition soldiers DOPESHEET: 030413#101 Baghdad residents on Sunday (April 13) handed over to US soldiers a couple of young men whom the residents accused of looting. Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Baghdad residents on Sunday (April 13) handed over to US soldiers a couple of young men whom the residents accused of looting. The residents took the young men to U.s. soldiers at the Palestine Hotel where US. soldiers handcuffed them and took them away. Some of the young men looked a little beat up. Shotlist: BAGHDAD, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. YOUNG MEN LYING ON GROUND SURROUNDED BY U.S. SOLDIERS 2. U.S. SOLDIER SEARCHING POSSESSIONS OF YOUNG MEN BEING ARRESTED 3. CLOSEUP PISTOL IN U.S. SOLDIER'S HAND 4. CLOSEUP YOUNG MAN'S FACE SHOWING BRUISES 5. U.S. SOLDIER TELLING OTHER IRAQIS TO KEEP AWAY ======================================================================== 16:12:28 #103 Basra Police Station 16:13:05 people behind bars 16:13:35 sot 16:15:05 line of traffic being waved on by Iraqi ======================================================================== 16:16:54 Syrian Iraqi border - FILE for Tom Giusto
LONDON 1 / RS 170 / 3:14 - 5:20 PM
NOTE: TIMECODES ARE APPROX 15:26:04 Presser with Lt. Col. Ruth...nurse who treated the American POWS in Kuwait 15:26:36 "few injuries...nothing major...great spirits, glad to be here..." 15:27:23 "we evaluated them, put them in ambulance...we were not given their destination" 15:28:22 "all i can say is they received some medical care...." 15:28:55 "not here long enough to feed them...gave them pringles..." 15:32:50 st up b-roll feed ================================================================ 15:34:35 #77 Saddam's half brother stills DOPESHEET: 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. ================================================================ 15:35:12 #69 Al Jazeera DOPESHEET: - AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 =============================================================== 15:37:26 #86 REburial USE CAUTION DOPESHEET: REBURIAL OF THE COALITION AIRSTRIKES VICTIMS, cemetery, makeshift tombstones, bodies unearthed, 030413#86 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity for cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off ========================================================= 15:38:46 #80 Iraq Pow Stills DOPESHEET: 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a airport south of Kuwait City. ================================================================= 15:39:59 #81 Kirkuk Wrap 2 DOPESHEET: 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 22. Delegates entering building 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. =============================================================== 15:44:33 #94 BBC cut spot on Chalabi DOPESHEET: 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. ================================================================== 15:46:42 #96 basra local policeman DOPESHEET: BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY ========================================================================= American POW family Reax 15:49:22 #99 Young POW Family Presser 15:50:13 Johnson family Presser 15:51:07 Hernandez Family Presser ========================================================================= 15:52:09 #107 American POW stills DOPESHEET: 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured US soldiers, some wounded but in good condition, to Marines on Sunday, near where US troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military airport south of Kuwait City. Ronald Young Sr. identified one of the Americans in shaky video shown by CNN as his son, Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., who was listed as a POW after his Apache helicopter was forced down on March 23. Also among the seven was Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, who was in the Apache with Young. Relatives identified the others as four members of the 507th Ordnance Maintenance Company that was ambushed outside of the southern city of Nasiriyah on March 23: Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, Fort Bliss, Texas, Army Sgt. James Riley, 31, Pennsauken, New Jersey, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, Alamogordo, New Mexico, and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, Park City, Kansas. The six had been listed as POWs. The seventh soldier was Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas. Riley, Miller, Hudson and Johnson were among five POWs shown on Iraqi television. The fifth was Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas. His family couldn't immediately be reached on Sunday morning. One of the men found on Sunday raised his fist in the air and smiled slightly as he strode from the helicopter at the southern Iraq airbase. Another limped, apparently with an injured right ankle. Some wore blue-and-white striped pajamas, another was in blue shorts. Marines at this base came forward to applaud and pat them on the back. Capt. David Romley said Marines marching north toward Tikrit were met by Iraqi soldiers north of Samarra who approached the 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Company, and the seven Americans were with them ======================================================================== 15:55:00 #101 Baghdad, holding a man accused of looting 15:55:59 man is injured, talking to coalition soldiers DOPESHEET: 030413#101 Baghdad residents on Sunday (April 13) handed over to US soldiers a couple of young men whom the residents accused of looting. Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Baghdad residents on Sunday (April 13) handed over to US soldiers a couple of young men whom the residents accused of looting. The residents took the young men to U.s. soldiers at the Palestine Hotel where US. soldiers handcuffed them and took them away. Some of the young men looked a little beat up. Shotlist: BAGHDAD, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. YOUNG MEN LYING ON GROUND SURROUNDED BY U.S. SOLDIERS 2. U.S. SOLDIER SEARCHING POSSESSIONS OF YOUNG MEN BEING ARRESTED 3. CLOSEUP PISTOL IN U.S. SOLDIER'S HAND 4. CLOSEUP YOUNG MAN'S FACE SHOWING BRUISES 5. U.S. SOLDIER TELLING OTHER IRAQIS TO KEEP AWAY ======================================================================== 16:12:28 #103 Basra Police Station 16:13:05 people behind bars 16:13:35 sot 16:15:05 line of traffic being waved on by Iraqi ======================================================================== 16:16:54 Syrian Iraqi border - FILE for Tom Giusto
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: LONDON FEED 1500 - 1600 15:01:46 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 15:03:52 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. 030413#025 15:05:37 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. 15:06:39 WIDE SHOT OF CHECK POINT 15:06:52 AMERICAN SOLDIER ASKING TRUCK TO BACK UP 15:07:16 VARIOUS OF CARS PASSING THROUGH 15:08:46 CHALABI INTERVIEW 15:08:49 YESTERDAY THE NATIONAL MUSEUM. 15:09:01 THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF THE HEART WRENCHING EXPERIENCE 15:09:09 TO HELP STOP THIS LOOTING IN COMPLETE COOPERATION WITH 15:10:52 THREE THINGS, THE LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. 15:11:12 THE SECOND THING, COOPERATION FROM THE US, FROM THE COALITION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. 15:11:25 AND TO DEMONSTRATE TO IRAQIS THAT THIS IS NOT AN OCCUPATION BUT RATHER A LIBERATION 15:11:36 THE BASIC SERVICES AND AID. 15:11:44 AND I THINK VERY IMPORTANT THING WE MUST PROCEED 15:12:43 THEY KNOW THAT WITHOUT THE US THEY WOULD NOT BE LIBERATED. WE ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THE COALITION 15:13:34 IT'S A DIVISIVE THING TO DO NURSE IN KUWAIT ON POWS 15:26:14 I CAN'T REALLY TELL YOU HOW THEY 15:26:41 WE ALL GOT TO HUG THEM AND TELL THEM WELCOME BACK 15:26:54 NO WE DIDN'T ASK THEM AND THEY SHOWED NO SIGNS 15:27:05 I REALLY DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT THAT IS NOT SOMETHING I FEEL AT LIBERTY TO TELL YOU 15:27:23 I ACTUALLY DON'T KNOW. THEY GOT ON A HELICOPTER AND GOT OUT OF HERE AND WE WERE NOT GIVEN A DESTINATION 15:27:37 WE HAD NO CONTACT WITH THEM 15:28:00 THEY DID RECEIVE SOME MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:22 ALL I CAN SAY IS THEY RECEIVED MEDICAL CARE. 15:28:30 NO THEY DIDN'T, NOTHING THAT I CAN SAY 15:28:36 NOTHING THAT THEY SAY, NOTHING I CAN PASS ON TO YOU 15:28:46 I SAW NOTHING THAT LOOKED ABNORMAL. 15:29:26 ONE DAY WHEN THE OPENED THE BACK OF THE AMBULANCE DOOR. 15:29:35 HE JUST MAD A BIG JOKE ABOUT HERE I AM 15:29:43 THEY WERE JUST PAJAMA LOOKING TOP AND BOTTOM STRIPED 15:29:52 THEY DIDN'T LOOK AS BAD AS I THOUGHT THEY PROBABLY WOULD 15:32:59 B ROLL OF NURSE SADDAMS' HALF BROTHER STILLS 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 15:34:51 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. AL JAZEERA 15:36:07 AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity fo r cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves 15:37:48 graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied 15:38:04 SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician 15:38:29 various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 15:39:05 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, Apri 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a irport south of Kuwait City. AL JAZEERA EXCLUSIVE OF BEAD BODIES BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREETS. 030413#070 AL JAZEERA OFF AIR OF cars and lorries heading back to Iraq 030413#071 KIRKUK 15:40:18 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 15:42:52 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15:43:10 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 15:43:19 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 15:43:27 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15:43:31 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 15:43:54 22. Delegates entering building 15:43:56 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 15:44:24 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. NASSIRIYA 15:44:59 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 15:46:54 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 15:47:46 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 15:48:13 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 15:48:41 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY 15:49:24 CLIP #99 VARIOUS FAMILY REAX TO FINDING OF POW, YOUNG, JOHNSON, HERNANDEZ 030413#099 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Source: GBAPTN /GBRTV Dopesheet: Edit of POW families ' reactions (Johnson, Hernadez, and Young). 15:52:21 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Wiliams 8. Mid shot of Wiliams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Wiliams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson 15:53:00 PILOT POWS 15:53:36 POWS ON IRAQI 15:54:59 ARRESTING SOMEONE ACCUSED OF LOOTING IN BAGHDAD
LONDON 1 / RS 170 / 14:56 - 16:22 / 2:56 - 4:22 PM
NOTE: TIMECODES ON LOG BELOW ARE APPROX 14:59:07 #57 Checkpoint in Mosul with Kurdish soldiers DOPESHEET: MOSUL 030413#057 AP-APTN-1240: ++Mosul Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Mosul Situation - NEW Kurdish and US troops in and around Mosul LENGTH: 2:09 FIRST RUN: 1240 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Germany TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/ARD DATELINE: Mosul, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN Clients Only 1. Wide shot to pan of checkpoint with Kurdish soldiers at the border of Mosul 2. Checkpoint 3. Mid shot to pan of cars driving through checkpoint, man waving 4. Man climbing on to lorry 5. Close up of man and child on top of lorry, zoom out to wide shot of man waving as lorry drives off 6. Kurdish soldiers waving cars through checkpoint 7. Wide shot of checkpoint with soldier in foreground ARD - No Access Germany 8. Pan of Iraqi men standing on pavement to US troops on other side of the road 9. Military vehicles parked 10. Pan of US troops standing by road 11. US troops 12. US soldier talking to Iraqi men 13. Various of US soldier standing on military vehicle with rifle, vehicle driving off 14. Close up to zoom out of exterior Mosul Airport STORYLINE: With combat in most of Iraq over or winding down, the United States (U.S.) military was shifting its focus to stabilizing the country. One project is to establish joint patrols by U.S. troops and Iraqi police, aimed at curbing the rampant looting in Baghdad, Mosul and other cities. In Mosul on Sunday Kurdish soldiers were seen at the border of the Northern Iraqi town while U.S. troops were patrolling around the airport. ============================================================================ 15:01:19 #34 Kirkuk, checkpoint DOPESHEET: 030413#034 Name: 030413#034 Title: IRAQ KIRKUK SITUATION APTN 0900G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:34:02.10 Out point: 10:37:44.17 Duration: 00:03:42.07 Tape ID 6914 Dopesheet AP-APTN-0900: ++Kirkuk Situation - Sunday, 13 April 2003 STORY: ++Kirkuk Situation - NEW Checkpoints, US at airbase, street scenes LENGTH: 3:41 FIRST RUN: 0900 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Eng/Arab/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 2. Gun position on side of hill 3. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 4. Barbed wire next to road 5. Various, US troops checking cars Page: 1 6. US troops walking 6. US troops walking 7. Cars driving away from checkpoint 8. Various, water tankers driving through barrier at US military base, former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk 9. Barrier closing 10. Water tanker pulling up 11. Iraqis filling water containers 12. Woman pushing water container on trolley 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 16. Various, water tanker driving away 17. Troops outside government building 18. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 19. Pull out US troops outside building, delegates entering building 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, there's twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Colonel Harry Schute, Civil Affairs Task Force North "The US military is administering Kirkuk. We are working closely with all factions of the local authorities. Representatives of all those factions, to ensure that everyone's needs, and everyone's concerns are met. All citizens of Kirkuk." 22. Various, US Special Forces vehicles on street 23. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes STORYLINE: US forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the northern Iraq city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, US soldiers at a military checkpoint were monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were disillusioned with the change brought by the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and PUK personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. =========================================================================== 15:05:32 #25 Ransacked public buildings in Kirkuk, Mosul and Baghdad DOPESHEET: 030413#025 Name: 030413#025 Title: IRAQ LOOTING IRIB EVNA Type: EVN FEED In point: 10:10:27.02 Out point: 10:13:06.19 Duration: 00:02:39.15 Tape ID 6915 Dopesheet . IRIB - IRAQ - LOOTING Disorder and chaos continue in Iraqi cities and future of the war-shattered country is the main obsession for Iraqi citizens. There is no safe refuge in the cities of Kirkuk, Musil and the capital city of Baghdad. Looters ransack public buildings including hospitals. Doctors feel unsafe to attend work, this is while US Defense Secretary described the situation as normal. Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of Speaking to reporters, some Iraqi civilians took the chaos as part of psychological warfare which finds it way to reign of an American ruler as well as security US long-term presence in Iraq. ========================================================================== #37 Ahmad Chalabi interview 15:08:24 DOPESHEET: 030413#37 CHALABI Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: AN NASARIYAH Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH Source: GBBBC Restrictions: NO ACCESS UK/ITN/CH5 EURONEWS/APTN Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: With the toppling of Saddam Hussein, the hunt for an Iraqi national capable of leading the country into the post-Saddam era has shifted up a gear. This places the spotlight very much on men like Ahmed Chalabi, the controversial head of the London-based Iraqi National Congress (INC). Ahmad Chalabi is one of the most influential, controversial and charismatic politicians who will help determine the government of the new Iraq. For many years he lived in exile in Britain and the United States. He helped set up one of the biggest opposition groups to Saddam Hussein - the Iraqi National Congress - after the last 1991 Gulf War. The airlifting of Mr Chalabi into the southern Iraqi town of Nasiriya by the Americans, just a few days before US troops moved into Baghdad, reinforced suspicions that the US regards him as one of its main allies within the Iraqi opposition. On Tuesday next 15th April, a crucial meeting of opposition groups is due to take place in Nasiriya. Shotlist: 1. Interview with Ahmad Chalabi in Nasariya, southern Iraq. (13-04-03) ============================================================================ 15:26:04 Presser with Lt. Col. Ruth...nurse who treated the American POWS in kuwait 15:26:36 "few injuries...nothing major...great spirits, glad to be here..." 15:27:23 "we evaluated them, put them in ambulance...we were not given their destination" 15:28:22 "all i can say is they received some medical care...." 15:28:55 "not here long enough to feed them...gave them pringles..." 15:32:50 st up b-roll feed ================================================================ 15:34:35 #77 Saddam's half brother stills DOPESHEET: 030413#077 IRAQ STILL Watban - NEW Reports that Saddam's half brother Watban has been captured RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Mute SOURCE: DoD DATELINE: 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Still of Watban al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein's half-brother STORYLINE: A half-brother of Saddam Hussein has been captured in northern Iraq, a Kurdish television station reported Sunday. Watban al-Tikriti, a former interior minister and one of Saddam's advisers, was found northwest of Mosul, according to KTV, a station operated by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, one of the two main Kurdish factions. Watban was attempting to reach Syria, the station said. Mosul itself came under control of Kurdish fighters and US troops on Friday after Iraqi forces gave up without a fight. The station gave no other details. Kurdish officials reached by The Associated Press could not immediately confirm the report. In 1995, Al-Tikriti was wounded in a shooting by Saddam's son, Odai, during a quarrel over family matters. Saddam has other half-brothers, including Barzan al-Tikriti, a former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations in Switzerland, and Sab'awi Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti. Their whereabouts is currently not known, though there are unconfirmed reports that Barzan al-Tikriti, was killed on Friday morning, when the US bombed his farm, in the region of Ramadi west of Baghdad. ================================================================ 15:35:12 #69 Al Jazeera DOPESHEET: - AL JAZEERA PICTURES EXCLUSIVE SHOWING IRAQI TRIBES SAYING THEY HAVE BEEN ASKED BY ARMED US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES AND THAT THEY DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO GO. SHOWS WOMAN CRYING 030413#69 =============================================================== 15:37:26 #86 REburial USE CAUTION DOPESHEET: REBURIAL OF THE COALITION AIRSTRIKES VICTIMS, cemetery, makeshift tombstones, bodies unearthed, 030413#86 030413#086 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Civilian casualties of the coalition airstrikes on Baghdad were exhumed Sunday for a more fitting reburial with observance of religious rites. The bodies were hastily buried alongside Baghdad Children's hospital -- it was the only solution at the time. Having been kept in the hospital morgue for more than a week - - with no electricity for cooling -- the bodies had begun to decompose and the stench became injurious to other patients. Elsewhere in Baghdad, an Iraqi flight technician surrenders to US marines. After a long and emotional outburst from the man, he was taken away by the Marines. Shotlist: BAGHDAD - 13 APRIL 2003 exterior children' s hospital ambulance siren wails Wide of cemetery near hospital - in the garden plots of graves open, dug-up graves graves with makeshift tombstones close up grave one grave being unearthed to reveal face of corpse corpse in blanket earth moved to cover face, and corpse reburied SOUNDBITE : guardian of the hospital (Baghdad children's hospital) Ridah Jumaa: your families that were in the refrigerator in the morgue caused patients in the hospital to suffer from the rotting smell of the decease. we had to bury them in the gardens. wide of cemetery various of flight technician various of flight technician with hands in the air giving himself up various of flight technician in verbal interchange with marines wide of flight technician being dragged off ========================================================= 15:38:46 #80 Iraq Pow Stills DOPESHEET: 030413#80 IRAQ POW Stills - NEW Still images of recovered US POWs RESTRICTIONS: No Canada TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP PHOTOS DATELINE: Nr Tikrit, 13 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured U.S. soldiers -some wounded but in good condition - to Marines on Sunday, near where U.S. troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military a airport south of Kuwait City. ================================================================= 15:39:59 #81 Kirkuk Wrap 2 DOPESHEET: 030413#081 IRAQ Kirkuk Wrap 2 - WRAP Adds more US forces in Kirkuk, plus burning wells 030413 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: English/Arabic/Nat SOURCE: APTN DATELINE: Kirkuk - April 13 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 13, 2003) 1. Various oil well fire near Kirkuk 2. Various U.S. troops in Kirkuk 3. Various U.S. tanks driving through streets 4. Various Kurdish fighters sitting on car (FIRST RUN 1000 THE AMERICAS - APRIL 13, 2003) 5. Various U.S. Special Forces vehicles on street 6. Soldiers on back of vehicle lighting cigarettes 7. Pan to cars at side of road from Irbil to Kirkuk 8. Gun position on side of hill 9. Gun position next to road - US checkpoint at road from Irbil to Kirkuk, 2km from Kirkuk 10. Barbed wire next to road 11. Various U.S. troops checking cars 12. Wide shot water tankers driving through barrier at US military base (former Iraqi airport in Kirkuk) 13. Mid shot same 14. Barrier closing 15. Various Iraqis filing water containers 16. Woman pushing water container on trolley 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "Mr George Bush says become happy when we come. Where is water?" 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop. Kirkuk Resident "The people here die. Why? Why? Why No food, no anything. Why?" 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kahtan Monshed, Electrical Engineer from Kirkuk "We want the local police to come back to work, the tribunal, the municipalities, the electricity, the water. Otherwise the Iraqi people will be the victim of gangs." 20. Troops outside government building 21. Tilt up from weapon to soldiers face 22. Delegates entering building 23. SOUNDBITE Major Dino Saracino, Commander of Delta 96 Force, Civil Affairs, US Special Forces "We're delivering water as we speak, theres twenty tankers that have just turned up, another thirty on the way. And we're going to set up a distribution plan today so we can get water to the people today. Those are number one priorities, and then, as civil affairs, we'll go out and assess other things like medical health needs and just to find out where the weaknesses are so we can start working that and building back." 24. US troops outside building STORYLINE: U.S. forces were consolidating their control over Kirkuk on Sunday, as emergency water supplies began arriving in the vital northern oil city. Outside the city, on the road to Irbil, a US military checkpoint was monitoring traffic. And at the US military base - set up at the city's former airport - water tankers were starting to arrive. Despite getting fresh water however, some locals were clearly unhappy and disillusioned with the American forces. One local man emphasized the need for local municipal services to be re-established, lest the population become the victim of gangs. Meanwhile, in the city, US military chiefs were meeting with local authorities and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) personnel in the first steps towards setting up a new administration. Kurdish fighters who took over the city said they would yield to the Americans once enough of them arrived to secure law and order. US military personnel were unable to substantiate earlier rumors of a discovery of chemical missile warheads in the town. =============================================================== 15:44:33 #94 BBC cut spot on Chalabi DOPESHEET: 030413#094 DAVID GRAMMATICUS C/S SPLIT FOR THE BBC, FED OVER THE BBC POOL1 LINE, ABOUT AHMED CHALIBI'S FREE IRAQI FORCES BEING SET-UP BY PENTAGON. GOOD SOT FROM FIGHTER. ================================================================== 15:46:42 #96 basra local policeman DOPESHEET: BASRA Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. 030412#096 Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BASRA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ARABIC Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Local policemen in Iraq's second largest city of Basra returned to work for the first time on Sunday (April 13), manning checkpoints along with British coalition soldiers. At least 300 policemen who served under Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have now returned to work in the dusty streets of Basra. Thousands of local police are expected to come back to work. All of them have lost their weapons and uniforms, probably abandoned as coalition forces moved towards the town over a week ago. Looting has been a serious problem in the town as coalition forces lack the manpower to ensure order on the streets. British troops are hoping with the help of the returning local police the city may be able to make the first step in returning to normality. Shotlist: BASRA, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. LOCAL POLICE IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTING TRAFFIC 2. PEOPLE WATCHING 3. TRAFFIC MOVING ALONG STREETS 4. BRITISH SOLDIER AND LOCAL POLICEMAN SEARCHING CAR 5. LOCAL POLICEMAN CHECKING DOCUMENTS OF DRIVER 6. VARIOUS OF LOCAL POLICEMEN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS WORKING TOGETHER AT CHECKPOINTS 7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) CORPORAL CAMERON LESLIE OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE SAYING: This is the very first patrol we've mounted today in conjunction with local police. We're going to try to revalidate them and sort out some sort of law and order again. This is the very first building block in a very long process. 8. VARIOUS LOCAL POLICE AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AT CHECKPOINTS 9. SOUNDBITE (ARABIC) LOCAL POLICEMAN HAMZA ABD AL HASSAN SIIN, SAYING: I'm standing at checkpoint looking at cars. They are teaching us how to check cars. 10. VARIOUS CHECKPOINT ACTIVITY ========================================================================= American POW family Reax 15:49:22 #99 Young POW Family Presser 15:50:13 Johnson family Presser 15:51:07 Hernandez Family Presser ========================================================================= 15:52:09 #107 American POW stills DOPESHEET: 030413#107 IRAQ POWs Stills 2 - WRAP Adds file of the POWs in captivity RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/Iraq TV/Al Jazeera DATELINE: 13 April 2003 and FILE SHOTLIST: (First Run 1500 Europe Late, 13 April 2003) AP Photos - No Access Canada 1. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilots Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, of Orlando, Fla. and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as POW's by Iraqi forces when their helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 2. Former POW Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, center, is escorted by US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane at an air base, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Johnson was with a convoy of the 507th Maintenance Company that was ambushed March 23 in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 3. U.S. Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas, left, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, center, of Almagordo, N.M., and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., all of the 507th Maintenance Company, and who have been held as POW's by Iraqi forces since March 23 when their convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, are escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 4. Former POWs Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, center, and Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., right, are escorted US soldiers to a waiting C-130 transport plane from Logistical Support Area Chesty, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 5. U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., 26, right, of Lithia Springs, Ga, who had been held as a POW by Iraqi forces when his helicopter was forced down March 23 during heavy fighting is greeting by an unidentified U.S. serviceman as he is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane, Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) 6. Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, of Park City, Kan., center, of the 507th Maintenance Company, who has been held as a POW by Iraqi forces since March 23 when his convoy was ambushed in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, is escorted on to a waiting C-130 transport plane by U.S. Marines Sunday, April 13, 2003, 60 miles south of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 24 March 2003 Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera - No Access MBC/ANN/Abu Dhabi TV - Clients must not cover up Al-Jazeera logo 7. Pull back to two shot of Ronald Young (Left) and Dave Williams 8. Mid shot of Williams 9. Mid shot of Young, pull back to two shot 10. Close up, Young 11. Pull back from Dave Williams' badge to mid shot (First Run 1700 GMT Europe Evening, 13 April 2003) File - 23 March 2003 Iraq TV - No Access Iraq 12. Mid shot Patrick Miller 13. Mid shot of Joseph Hudson 14. Pan along Edgar Hernandez lying on bed 15. Hernandez sitting up 16. Mid shot, James Riley 17. Tilt up leg of a wounded Shoshana Johnson STORYLINE: Iraqi troops released seven captured US soldiers, some wounded but in good condition, to Marines on Sunday, near where US troops were entering Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Clad in an assortment of pajamas and shorts, the soldiers clambered out of helicopters to a delighted welcome at an air base in southern Iraq, hours after their release. The seven were taken by helicopter to this base near Kut and flown to a military airport south of Kuwait City. Ronald Young Sr. identified one of the Americans in shaky video shown by CNN as his son, Chief Warrant Officer Ronald D. Young Jr., who was listed as a POW after his Apache helicopter was forced down on March 23. Also among the seven was Chief Warrant Officer David S. Williams, 30, who was in the Apache with Young. Relatives identified the others as four members of the 507th Ordnance Maintenance Company that was ambushed outside of the southern city of Nasiriyah on March 23: Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, 30, Fort Bliss, Texas, Army Sgt. James Riley, 31, Pennsauken, New Jersey, Army Spc. Joseph Hudson, 23, Alamogordo, New Mexico, and Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, 23, Park City, Kansas. The six had been listed as POWs. The seventh soldier was Army Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas. Riley, Miller, Hudson and Johnson were among five POWs shown on Iraqi television. The fifth was Spc. Edgar Hernandez, 21, of Mission, Texas. His family couldn't immediately be reached on Sunday morning. One of the men found on Sunday raised his fist in the air and smiled slightly as he strode from the helicopter at the southern Iraq airbase. Another limped, apparently with an injured right ankle. Some wore blue-and-white striped pajamas, another was in blue shorts. Marines at this base came forward to applaud and pat them on the back. Capt. David Romley said Marines marching north toward Tikrit were met by Iraqi soldiers north of Samarra who approached the 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Company, and the seven Americans were with them ======================================================================== 15:55:00 #101 Baghdad, holding a man accused of looting 15:55:59 man is injured, talking to coalition soldiers DOPESHEET: 030413#101 Baghdad residents on Sunday (April 13) handed over to US soldiers a couple of young men whom the residents accused of looting. Date Shot: 13-APR-2003 Location: BAGHDAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBRTV /GBAPTN Restrictions: Web Use Restricted: N Dopesheet: Baghdad residents on Sunday (April 13) handed over to US soldiers a couple of young men whom the residents accused of looting. The residents took the young men to U.s. soldiers at the Palestine Hotel where US. soldiers handcuffed them and took them away. Some of the young men looked a little beat up. Shotlist: BAGHDAD, IRAQ (APRIL 13) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. YOUNG MEN LYING ON GROUND SURROUNDED BY U.S. SOLDIERS 2. U.S. SOLDIER SEARCHING POSSESSIONS OF YOUNG MEN BEING ARRESTED 3. CLOSEUP PISTOL IN U.S. SOLDIER'S HAND 4. CLOSEUP YOUNG MAN'S FACE SHOWING BRUISES 5. U.S. SOLDIER TELLING OTHER IRAQIS TO KEEP AWAY ========================================================================
UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1000 AND 1200 SIT IN BEGINS
MATERIAL CONSOLIDATED / WILL RESTORE WITH PROBER TIME CODE, BUT NOT WHEN SCREENED IN MARS DEMOCRATS BEGIN A SIT IN / SITIN TO DEMAND A VOTE OVER GUN CONTROL LEGISLATION. VARIOUS SPEAKERS ABOUT GUN CONTROL JOHN LEWIS SPEAKS AND ASKS COLLEAGUES TO JOIN HIM ON THE FLOOR AND START SPEAKING - 02:23 THE FOLLOWING IS A LOG WITH THE ACTUAL TIME OF DAY TIMECODE OF THE HOUSE FLOOR PROCEEDINGS FROM 10:00 AM THROUGH 12:003 PM. 10:00:12 THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE: the house will be in order. the chair lays before the house a communication from the speaker. THE CLERK: the speaker's rooms, washington, d.c. June 22, 2016. i hereby appoint the honorable daniel webster to act as 10:00:35 speaker pro tempore on this day. signed, paul d. ryan, speaker of the house of representatives. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:pursuant to the order of the house of january 5, 2016, the chair will now recognize members from lists submitted by the majority and minority leaders for morning hour 10:00:51 debate. the chair will alternate recognition between the parties and each party limited to one hour and each member other than the majority and minority leaders and minority whip limited to five minutes, but in no event shall the debate continue beyond 11 50 a.m. the chair recognizes the 10:01:08 gentleman from florida, mr. jolly, for five minutes. Jolly (R-FL): thank you, mr. speaker. since the tragedy the nation witnessed in orlando about 10 days ago, a tragedy that struck at the heart of the american people, struck at the heart of 10:01:24 the lgbt community we have a nation that feels less secure. a nation looking to congress for answers. answers regarding our national security, posture, the policies 10:01:4 0 of this administration, of this congress, but answers also legitimately about how to protect our communities while also protecting the constitutional privileges of due process and the second amendment. they are very legitimate questions we cannot turn a deaf 10:01:57 ear to. we answer to the american people. they entrust us to serve. i was in florida the weekend of the attacks. and when i left florida to fly up here, i left a state, a community that was united in 10:02:12 greefing, united in mourning, and united in resolve to do something about it and i arrived at an institution as divided as ever. folks, it is not constructive to shout shame to your colleagues. it is not constructive to suggest that one side of the 10:02:27 aisle is complicit in mass attacks on our nation. simply because some of us have grave concerns about the proposal that for two years has been offered that we believe is flawed in recognizing constitutional protections. 10:02:43 but it is also not acceptable to embrace inaction. and that is true on my side of the aisle as well. i have voted against the democratic proposal in committee for a couple years and here's why. this is important for the american people to understand. 10:02:58 if you are on a watch list, you should not be able to buy a gun. but if you are wrongfully on that, and you are a law-abiding american citizen, your constitutional protections should be provided for. you see, when an individual 10:03:13 today is not allowed to purchase a firearm, the seven, eight, nine classes of individuals, they are all post adjudication. they have received a due process hearing. either convicted of a violent felony. or dishonorably discharged. 10:03:30 in each case there has been due process. posted adjudication is when the ban has been implemented. the proposal on the left says there is no due process if you're on the watch list, you're banned. i think that's wrong. but let's lead on our side of the aisle. let's lead as a body and figure 10:03:45 this out together. last week i circulated a proposal, i didn't introduce it, i circulated it. i said all my colleagues help me make this bert. last night with some changes based on input from my colleagues i introduced h.r. 5544 and it makes changes. 10:04:02 it accepts the proposal that no fly-no buy. it's common sense. if you are on the watch list you shouldn't be able to purchase a firearm. but under my legislation, if you are denied, you must be notified not at the point of sale but within 10 days by the government that you were denied 10:04:17 because you are on a watch list. you are then entitled a due process hearing within 30 days by a judge. not by a political appointee within the department of justice. the government must then demonstrate by a preponderance of the evidence a 5149 burden. 10:04:32 why you should be prohibited. if they can do, that you are prohibited. if they cannot satisfy that burden, your second amendment rights remain intact. importantly, the individual is entitled to all unclassified information against them. the hearing is private to 10:04:49 protect privacy of the individual and interest of the government. as a result of circulating it, i also added a provision by a colleague of mine in the senate that if a terror investigation has been closed and someone's been removed from the watch list, they later go to purchase a firearm, the f.b.i. should be notified. i think that's reasonable. 10:05:05 that is h.r. 5444. i ask for your -- 5544. i ask for your consideration. i ask to help make it better. the terror strike in orlando struck at the heart of america. yes, it struck in the name of isis, a terrorist who 10:05:21 proclaimed he was doing it in the name of radical islam. those were his words. but it also struck at the heart of an lgbt community that for generations have been fighting for freedom and they saw that freedom attacked. americans, all americans feel 10:05:36 less safe now. let's inject some radical common sense into this debate. we can ensure no fly-no buy, while also ensuring due process and the senate amendment. if we take the context of november, the narrative of a 10:05:51 campaign out of this, we can actually get this done. let's listen to the 85% of americans who disapproves of the job we're doing. rather than going home and having a message of blaming each other, let's go home 10:06:06 saying we solved it together. folks, if h.r. 5544 is not something you can support, let's talk about how to improve it. to my friends on the left, the proposal you have had for two years, add due process. 10:06:24 real due process. you'll get the support. you'll get support on our side of the aisle if you add due process. to my friends on my side of the aisle, let's lead on this issue. the american people are degbegging for leadership. 10:06:39 there is a community that is broken. nation that's broken in the wake of orlando. let's honor the memories of those who are lost. let's do right by the american people. do right by the surviving families. let's do something. thank you, mr. speaker. i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady 10:06:54 from massachusetts, ms. clark, for five minutes. Clark, K. (D-MA):thank you, mr. speaker. we have come to the floor today to demand action. we have come to the floor with 10:07:10 john lewis. when john lewis speaks, the conscience of our congress, america listens. as the barbaric details of the massacre of people dancing at the pulse nightclub were released, i grieved for those 10:07:26 lost. i thought about them dancing. and how humans are the only species that dance. maybe that's because dancing is a celebration of spirit. whether you love the waltz, 10:07:43 square dancing, disco or raves, dancing connects us. and for the lgbt community, the dance floor is often the place where acceptance and belonging come together. and while the massacre of 49 10:08:00 people would have been horrifying and shocking wherever it happened, it happened on the dance floor at a gay club. a place of refuge where fear and intimidation give way to 10:08:15 joy, acceptance, and belonging, was transformed by hate and coward dice into a grotesqueness. many of our sanctuaries have been violated by gun violence. it is grisly routine. 10:08:31 first graders and their teachers shot in their elementary school. students and professors shot in their college classrooms. parishioners shot after bible study and fellship in their church. social workers and disabled 10:08:47 clients shot at a holiday party. our colleague shot while meeting with constituents. neighborhoods, sidewalks, and parks are transformed into blood-soaked memorials. over the last 12 years, gun 10:09:03 violence has claimed more american lives than war, aids, and illegal drug overdoses combined. since newtown, tens of thousands of lives have been lost to this deadly crisis. yet the number of bills that 10:09:18 have been debated and passed by this congress to help prevent such deaths? zero. inaction is a choice. inaction is costing lives. and today i am asking that this 10:09:34 house have a vote. that we perform our basic responsibilities not only as members of congress but as members of a community and debate and vote on two commonsense measures to curb gun violence. 10:09:49 i am asking for a vote on expanding background checks and preventing suspected terrorists from being able to buy a gun. the debate wages on on cable news in our living rooms, twitter feeds, and facebook. 10:10:05 why can't the debate happen here? there is no one solution to end gun violence or even reduce it. but we have to try. this absolutist approach that we can't even vote on commonsense measures to help 10:10:22 protect our families leave us in a deadly arms race with ourselves. why is a vote so paralyzing? is it special interest? is it fear? does the house leadership really believe that our 10:10:37 constitution and our liberties are so fragile that we have to tolerate carnage like we see in orlando, like we see in the streets of chicago rather than risk a vote? these two proposals have widespread support from the 10:10:54 american people. whatever your position on the substance of the bill, let's vote. let's put it out there for people to judge. the american people get it. they understand we can protect 10:11:09 our constitutional rights and take reasoned steps to reduce gun violence. the american people understand that the two are combatable -- compatible under a robust democracy, not mutually 10:11:25 exclusive. millions of americans at home are worried and frustrated by this congress' silence on this deadly epidemic. without action, moments of silence cease to honor the thousands of victims, 10:11:42 survivors, and families that have been devastated by gun violence. moments of silence should be where action begins. sadly in this congress it's the only action that is taken. no more silence. 10:11:58 i urge the speaker before he sends members home for the fourth of july have us vote on these two practical proposals. there is no holiday from gun violence for ordinary americans. 10:12:14 our communities and our democracy deserve a vote. so our children can dance again in freedom and safety. i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. 10:12:29 thompson, for five minutes. Thompson, G. (R-PA):thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, thousands of americans lose their lives 10:12:45 every year across communities of all sizes to a terrible epidemic. and that is an epidemic of substance abuse. it steals lives, futures, tears apart families. mr. speaker, i rise today to 10:13:01 commend the efforts of a constituent of mine, dennis behindle, who lives in elk county, located in the pennsylvania fifth congressional district. he's the owner of laurel media, based in ridgeway, and after seeing the effects of opioid 10:13:17 abuse and heroin epidemic affecting our nation, the commonwealth of pennsylvania, and areas such as elk county, dennis was compelled to act. he set up a telephone hot line in an effort to fight back against drug use in communities 10:13:32 across the region. the hotline is anonymous, strictly confidential, and is being administered by the north central pennsylvania municipal drug task force. he's offering a $1,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest or conviction of 10:13:49 any individual selling or distributing illegal or prescription drugs. in addition to the hotline and reward, he's organizing a series of anti-drug meetings across the area. in fact, the latest meeting in the community of ridgeway drew a crowd of nearly 300 people. 10:14:05 all interested in taking their town back from this horrible epidemic. just like so many other areas of our nation, communities across the pennsylvania fifth congressional district have suffered as a result of this drug epidemic. elk county is ranked ninth in 10:14:21 pennsylvania and overdose deaths for population 100,000 people. while further west, crawford county, has seen its overdose deaths double in the past four years. i'm so proud of the efforts of the people such as dennis and all those across the fifth 10:14:36 congressional district who are helping in the efforts to fight back against drugs. i'm also proud of the package passed recently in this house which will make grant funding available to states and local governments for the creation of opioid reduction programs, 10:14:54 creates a task force to review prescribing practices, and cares for babies who are born opioid addicted and dependent. we all work together i know we can continue wynn this battle. thank you, mr. speaker -- i 10:15:09 know we can win this battle. thank you, mr. speaker. i yield back the balance of my time. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentleman from oregon, mr. blumenauer, for five minutes. Blumenauer (D-OR):thank you, mr. speaker. the slaughter in orlando struck 10:15:24 me with impact. hatred of those in the gay nightclub focused on the lgbt community, came at a time of unparalleled progress for equality. capped by marriage equality. it was jarring. even though the struggle 10:15:39 continues in places like north carolina, these killings came at a time of amazing progress and hope. but horrific episodes of gun violence are always personal for me and not just because of the carnage of multiple shootings and murders. 10:15:55 we've had shootings in oregon in shopping centers and schools. mass shootings in high schools in springfield. community college in roseburg. we've had many deaths and injuries. the gun violence issue began 10:16:11 with me with a senseless freak death from a single shot at a high school friend from a passing car. it's personal. i saw this single random shot devastate a family, friends, 10:16:27 classmates. my own brother took his life with a handgun. we know like other forms of suicide attempts, people with handguns almost always succeed. after each horrific event, my hope and those of millions of other americans are raised 10:16:44 again. maybe this time it will be different. you might ask after the slaughter of 20 first graders couldn't give spineless politicians the courage to stand up to apologists for gun 10:16:59 violence? well, in part, what is different was that at sandy hook, those 20 little children and their six teachers struck a chord that remains. it laid the foundation to help focus the relentless outspoken 10:17:18 efforts of president obama and his entire administration in dealing with each little element of gun safety that was within their power to make. we have secretary clinton running for president who has put a spotlight on gun safety 10:17:35 throughout her campaign in a way unlike any we've seen in a presidential campaign before. one of the most encouraging signs for me is that there's a new approach to reducing gun violence, focused on gun 10:17:51 safety. this is taking hold. a number of us have come up with our own plans. couple years ago i formulated my approach, looking at the concept we did with traffic safety. not a single magic solution but 10:18:07 a series of thoughtful, focused effects that in traffic safety ended up cutting deaths and injuries in half with education, research, enforcement and policy changes, 10:18:24 large and small, that had a cumulative effect of saving hundreds of thousands of lives. we can do this with gun violence. an agenda of simple, commonsense approaches have 10:18:39 been taken in other parts of the world and it's made a difference. we see in the united states evidence in those states and communities that have taken actions to reduce gun violence, people are in fact safer. 10:18:55 it makes a difference. sometimes in politics we can feel an issue crest, and i think we're watching it now. this week we have a simple single little powerful symbol. 10:19:11 the no fly, no buy legislation would prevent people we think are too dangerous to allow them to buy a ticket for a plane should not be allowed to buy an assault weapon. today, my colleagues and i are here supporting the notion that 10:19:26 if there's no bill to vote on, there should be no congressional break, demanding at least to allow us to vote on the floor of the house the same way there was some action in the senate that gave people 10:19:42 hope. let's do our part this morning to raise public awareness, to build momentum to make america safer. we shouldn't go home for the fourth of july break without at least another small step 10:19:57 forward. we owe it to the memory of tens of thousands who have died needlessly from gun violence, and we owe it to the tens of thousands of lives that we can save. 10:20:12 THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady from florida, ms. ros-lehtinen, for five minutes. Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL): thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, the situation in venezuela is deteriorating very 10:20:26 quickly, and venezuela, the people are running out of medicine, running out of food, experiencing electricity shortages. the regime cannot even provide basic goods for the people. time is ticking, mr. speaker. it's not a matter of if, it's a 10:20:42 matter of when venezuela implodes due to the destructive policies of the nicholas maduro, and the united states cannot sit idly by and watch this train wreck occur before our very eyes. responsible countries in latin 10:20:58 america must also stand up and be a voice for those suffering in venezuela. last week, 15 countries from the region signed a joint statement that expressed respect for the venezuelan constitution and called on responsible nations to 10:21:14 guarantee due process and human rights. this is a good first step, mr. speaker, and i applaud those countries, but more needs to be done. tomorrow the organization of american states, will have a 10:21:31 meeting and i know there are some advocating for dialogue but we have tried dialogue before and it was unsuccessful as maduro kept coming up with new delays and obstacles in order to prevent a solution. we cannot allow maduro to continue the charade of a 10:21:48 dialogue as a stalling tactic. a referendum, mr. speaker, must occur this year. the people demand it because if it doesn't, then next year maduro can step aside, hand over power to his vice president and the same abusive 10:22:04 regime continues while not addressing any of the underlying problems. and if a dialogue does occur, all sectors of the venezuelan opposition must be at the table. that is only fair. but it cannot happen if some of 10:22:19 them are in jail and a precondition to any dialogue must include the release of all political prisoners. the regime could show a good faith effort by doing this, but instead it continues to go the other direction. 10:22:35 it continues to go backwards, postponing the appeal of political prisoner lopez indefinitely after it was scheduled to occur just two days ago. with its repression, its corruption, its disastrous 10:22:51 economic policies, the maduro regime is running venezuela into the ground and it is no wonder that venezuelans feel like they are under siege. riots are occurring on a daily basis, and according to one recent study, 87% of 10:23:06 venezuelans say they don't have enough money to buy enough food. this travesty is simply unsustainable, and the regime must be held accountable to the people. tomorrow at the o.a.s., i hope to see the hemisphere finally 10:23:22 stand up for itself, stop allowing itself to be mollified by the regime's stall tactics and hold maduro's feet to the fire. humanitarian aid must be allowed to get through to the people and the referendum must be held this year. 10:23:39 let the venezuelan people have their say and finally put an end to this suffering. in september of last year, mr. speaker, i joined 19 of my colleagues in sending a bipartisan letter to secretary kerry and secretary lew urging 10:23:56 the administration to force a bill i sent with senator rubeo, and to apply sanctions to -- rubio, and to apply sanctions to the venezuelan court system in response to the unjust 10:24:12 sentencing of leopoldo lopez. so i asked obama administration officials, what justification do you have for not carrying out and implementing these sanctions for this miscarriage of justice? and what is the dollar amounts of the assets, fees of the 10:24:29 seven individuals whom you have sanctioned? the state department has pulled some visas due to human rights violations, but i asked the state department, can you tell us how many visas the state department has pulled and who are these individuals? last week at the o.a.s. meeting 10:24:46 in the dominican republic, secretary kerry stated that venezuela should follow its own constitution and hold free and fair and timely recall referendum. does he believe or expect it will happen this year? and lastly, mr. speaker, maduro has stated he's ready to 10:25:02 exchange ambassadors. i think this would be a big mistake because it would look as we are legitimizing this illegitimate maduro regime. i hope the state department will not vote for someone to be ambassador to venezuela and i 10:25:18 hope we will do more to help the long suffering people of venezuela. thank you for the time, mr. speaker. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentleman 10:25:26 from rhode island, mr. cicilline, for five minutes. Cicilline (D-RI):mr. speaker, the horrific mass shooting that took place on june 12 at the pulse nightclub in orlando, florida, is a stark reminder of the urgent responsibility that we have to reduce combun violence in this country -- gun 10:25:41 violence in this country. the monstrous attack on the lgbt community in a place of refuge and empowerment requires us to act. the shooter in orlando used an assault rifle that is virtually identical to the ones used in 10:25:56 the mass shootings in san bernardino, umpqua community college and sandy hook. out of the eight high profile mass shootings that have taken place in the past year, -- past five years, and the number of 10:26:16 people killed increases by 63%. these are weapons of war that are designed to kill as many people as possible as quickly as possible. they belong on a battlefield. they don't belong in our communities, and i'll continue to fight to reinstate the 10:26:33 assault weapons ban. but this morning i want to use the time i have to talk about two proposals that the speaker should bring up for immediate vote, no fly, no buy, and universal background checks. this is really, really simple. if you're too dangerous to fly on an airplane, then you're too 10:26:49 dangerous to buy a gun. but under the laws that we have in place today, someone who is on the f.b.i.'s terrorist watch list, too dangerous to get on a plane, can walk into any gun store in america, pass a background check and walk out with an assault weapon or any 10:27:04 gun he wants. in fact, from 2004 to 2014, more than 2,000 suspected terrorists bought firearms legally in this country, and they're going to continue doing so until we stop them. until 9/11, bombs were the weapon of choice for terrorists 10:27:20 looking to strike the united states. but in the 15 years since then, 95% of terror deaths that took place in the united states resulted from gunfire. it's impossible, impossible to understand that house republicans have now voted 13 10:27:36 times to block the no fly, no buy proposal that congressman peter king and congressman mike thompson introduced, to keep guns out of the hands of terrorists in this country. why? what are they afraid of? that we might actually stop a terrorist from passing a 10:27:52 background check before buying an assault weapon at cabelas? let's have an up or down vote. let the american people hold us accountable where we stand. this should be a no-brainer. more than 80% think we should 10:28:07 prevent suspected terrorists from buying a gun and they expect a background check should be used to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and those that have mental illness. bills are pending to fix or 10:28:24 background check system. this is one of the single most important and effective steps that we can take to reduce gun violence in this country. right now anyone can go to a gun show or get on the internet and purchase a gun without a background check. as many as two out of every five firearm transactions today 10:28:40 are conducted without a background check. it's too easy for a criminal, domestic abuser, a terrorist or someone with a serious mental illness to buy a gun through this loophole. every day background checks block 171 attempted purchases by felons, 48 attempted 10:28:57 purchases by domestic abusers and 19 attempted purchases by fugitives. it's critical we strengthen the background check system, require checks on all firearm sales so we can keep more dangerous individuals from acquiring these deadly weapons. 10:29:13 bring the fix gun checks act to the floor today. mr. speaker, we held a moment of silence last week for the victims of orlando. i know we keep them in our thoughts and prayers since june 12, but the best way to honor the lives lost in this horrific 10:29:29 tragedy it is to something to prevent it from happening to others. a moment of silence is not enough. we need a moment of sustained action in this commameber, and we need it today -- chamber and we need it today. mr. speaker, it would be an insult to the victims of this 10:29:44 shooting and their families and others if we continue to do nothing to prevent future tragedies. do not let this chamber adjourn until we vote on these critical issues. bring these bills to the floor today. nothing is more important than stopping the bloodshed and ensuring the safety and 10:30:00security of our constituents. and with that i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. weber, for five minutes. . Weber (R-TX):thank you, mr. speaker. 10:30:15 mr. speaker, i rise today to speak in support of h.con.res 129. to do so let me share a story about a constituent of mine who is a holocaust survivor from lithuania. 10:30:26 she was 11 years old when the german s.s. nazis marched into her town and gathered her and her family up. she was separated right away from her family and i guess fortunately for her she did not appear jewish to the german 10:30:42 soldiers so when she was asked her name, she told them it was vebba -- weber which happens to be my name and the way my grandfather would have pronounced it when he came over from germany. 10:30:58 anyway the soldier thought she wasn't jewish so he let her go. she ran into the forest, mr. speaker, and hid in barns and other places until the end of the war. she spent the years of that war hungry and frightened. but somehow managed to survive. 10:31:14 she was liberated by the russians at the war's end. now, who was a young girl when she was 11 back in world war ii is in her 90's and living in my district in her home in galveston, texas. mr. speaker, she is in need of 10:31:32 24-hour care to remain in her home. unfortunately, with the cost of high provider's care running low to keep her in her home, she's unable to stay there. it doesn't look like. she lives on social security. 10:31:50 but fortunately the claims conference has been able to assist her through providing funding by the german government for 25 regular hours a week and some exceptional hours a week provided on her increasing health care needs. 10:32:06 additionally, the jewish community of houston through the generosity of a private fund which assists holocaust survivors through case management efforts of a jewish family service in houston has also been able to provide up to 10:32:22 59 hours a week of home care above that which the german government has funded. as of june 1, 2016, mr. speaker, as of june 1, the jewish family service in 10:32:38 houston has not been able to continue this level of care. she and there are other constituents of mine who are holocaust victims, would all greatly benefit from increased funding which is included in house concurrent resolution 129 10:32:56 , asking the german government to provide that funding for that very home care. this would ensure that they are able -- those holocaust survivors are able to remain in their homes with dignity for the remaining few years of their life. 10:33:12 thankfully h.con.res. 129 passed with bipartisan support, i might add, in the house last week. i encourage our counterparts in the senate to pass this legislation swiftly. mr. speaker, you know i'm 10:33:27 right. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady from connecticut, ms. delauro, for five minutes. DeLauro (D-CT): thank you, mr. 10:33:51 speaker. i am rosa delauro from the state of connecticut. i represent the third congressional district. so proud today to join with my colleagues on the issue of what do we do in the united states 10:34:06 congress? the body that deliberates the major issues of the day. the body that is entrusted by the people who puts their faith 10:34:22 and trust in their elected representatives. to do right, to do right by the american people. yes, to keep them and their families safe. in connecticut, gun homicides 10:34:40 in 2013 were 71. in 2014, 56. we went down. 2015, 79. probably one of the most 10:34:57 searing events in the united states of america was the massacre of children, of babies, in sandy hook. that isn't to say that in every 10:35:15 city in this country children are not dying every day. since sandy hook, one american 10:35:29 child is killed every single day. these are our children. almost 100,000 have died by gun violence since sandy hook. 10:35:44 what i'd like to do is to read to you because these are not -- what we heard today to speak about, yes, we talk about statistics and we talk about percentages. but what's important is to know 10:36:00 about the flesh and blood behind those numbers. and at sandy hook, rachel, 29, a teacher's aide. dawn, 47, principal of sandy 10:36:18 hook. ann marie murphy, 52, a teacher's aide. lauren russo, 30, a teacher. mary, 56, school psychologist. 10:36:36 and victoria, 27, a teacher who hid her children in a closet. and i know because she's a 10:36:53 constituent. her family today suffers every day because of her loss. she shielded these babies and she lost her life. 10:37:10 who are these babies? charlotte, 6 years old. daniel, 7. olivia engel, 6. josephine, 7. 10:37:27 dillon, 6. madeline, 6. katherine hubbard, 6. chase, 7. jessie, 6. anna, 6. 10:37:44 james, 6. grace, 7. emily parker, 6. jack, 6. noah, 6. caroline, 6. 10:38:01 jessica, 6. aviel, 6. benjamin, 6. allison, 6. we all have children. we have grandchildren. and i won't forget that day 10:38:19 because my grandchildren at that time were 5, 6, 7, and 8 years old. and i had to steel myself to be away from them because when i looked at them i just began to cry. 10:38:36 because it can be anyone's child. anyone's grandchild. that will lose their life, one child every single day is killed by gun violence. in the united states of america. 10:38:54 they leave families, they leave siblings who are unable to even cope with the sense of loss. these families have tried to channel their grief by the newtown promise. why are we here today? 10:39:09 we're here today to say, universal background checks, no fly-no buy. it's as simple as that. for me personally as my colleague from rhode island said, we should ban assault weapons. 10:39:26 we should ban them. that's what occurred at sandy hook and several others, these tragedies. the american people sent us here to vote. that's what you have done. 10:39:43 demand that this congress vote on this issue, debate it and vote. and people can be free to vote whatever way they choose to, but our constitution says, we vote on these issues. we should not be denied, those 10:40:00 children all over america, the adults should not be forgotten. they should be remembered and that this body allowed to vote on their behalf. i yield back my time. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady 10:40:15 from tennessee, ms. blackburn, for five minutes. Blackburn (R-TN):thank you, mr. speaker. the digital millenium copyright act, the dmca as it is commonly 10:40:31 known here in this chamber, is nearly 20 years old. now, just as a reminder, 20 years ago google was being born, americans were out dancing the macarena, and they 10:40:45 were holding cell phones that were the size of bricks. that was 20 years ago. tech companies like youtube may have changed the way americans consume music, but our laws 10:41:01 have not kept pace to protect the songwriters and artists who actually create that music. this week 180 musical artists and songwriters, including taylor swift, paul mccarty, the 10:41:19 black teas, and the band chicago, sent a letter to congress calling for the reform of the 1998 digital millennium copyright act. mr. speaker, i am holding a copy of this letter and i wish to enter it in the record with 10:41:36 my remarks. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:without objection. Blackburn (R-TN): here's the problem. the dmca safe harbor provision, what this does. youtube has created a platform where anyone with a smart phone can access nearly any song ever 10:41:53 recorded. often this content is infringed and it does not, does not compensate the artist who create it. the safe harbor provision immunizes youtube from claims 10:42:08 of robby right infringement if it removes the infringing content in a timely fashion after youtube has been notified by an rtist or record company. with millions of songs on youtube it's impossible. 10:42:23 grammy winning jazz classical compose sure, maria schneider, has said the following about the dmca, i'm quoting, it makes it my responsibility to police the entire internet on a daily basis. as fast as i take my music 10:42:39 down, it reappears again on the same site like an endless whack-a-mole game. this not only threatens the vitality of songwriters, but the economic contributions they make in our communities. 10:42:55 take my home area in tennessee, a 2012 study shows that in nashville itself, the music industry is a $5.5 billion asset to the economy. 10:43:10 looking at the entire middle tennessee region, it is $9.7 billion. this is a fundamental american principle, if you make something, if you create something, it belongs to you. 10:43:27 in no other walk of life do we allow people to steal the work of others and turn a blind eye except when it comes to songwriters and entertainers. our friends in the tech industry who do little to 10:43:42 nothing to see that the songwriter is protected on their platforms are the first ones to complain if one of their patents is slightly infringed upon. so i ask them, why are their creations deserving of 10:43:58 protection but the creations of others are not? it's unfair and they know it. but creators are not going to keep taking it. the times they are achanging as bob dillon would say, that's 10:44:14 why for years -- dylan would say. that's why for years i thought sought legislation like the fair play act that representative nadler and i are working on and the songwriters equity act. to our friends in the tech 10:44:30industry i say, this situational ethics aren't ok. ignorance and denial, not acceptable. refusing to pay people for their work is unfair and it really needs to stop. 10:44:47 this is about fairness and honoring the law by enforcing the law. it's that simple. i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady from maine, ms. pingree, for five minutes. Pingree (D-ME):thank you, mr. speaker. 10:45:02 mr. speaker, we should not be here today. we should not have to come to the floor of the house of representatives to beg the majority party just to get a debate and a vote on commonsense gun legislation that the vast majority of americans demand. 10:45:17. we should not be living a society where this is stifled by silence by the majority in this congress and where gun 10:45:33 violence takes a toll on our citizens. but here we are. standing up for the millions of americans who want congress to do something and honoring the thousands of americans who have lost their lives to gun violence. 10:45:48 here we are standing up for our constituents tired of the excuses and want to see debate and want us to take action on gun violence. and here we are to represent the victims. the list is so long. orlando, san bernardino, 10:46:05 newtown, fort hood, charleston, the list goes on. nine in a church, 23 in a restaurant, 26 in an elementary school and now 49 in a nightclub. the victims are men and women, black and white, rich and poor, 10:46:20 old and young. at a mcdonald's in california, an 8-month-old baby was killed with his mother who was trying to shelter him when a gunman came in and started shooting. at a north carolina nursing home, a 98-year-old grandmother was killed when a shooter came 10:46:36 in and opened fire. here in the united states, you are 10 times more likely to be killed by a gun than in any other developed nation in the world. of the 23 richest and most developed countries in the 10:46:52 world, we have by far the most gun violence. we have half the population of the other 22, but 90% of the women killed by a gun are killed by a gun in the united states. 91% of the children under age 10:47:0814 who are killed by a gun are killed by a gun in the united states. and if you are a young person in this country, you are 50 times more likely to die of a gun death than in all of those other countries. 10:47:23we have the most guns and we have the most gun violence. and mr. speaker, we have the n.r.a. who fear intimidation and misinformation. the n.r.a. has taken the debate 10:47:39that we can't even vote in this chamber on whether we should keep guns out of the hands of terrorists. right now somebody can be on both the terrorist watch list and the no fly list. in other words, the f.b.i. thinks you're a terrorist and the t.s.a. bans you from flying, but if you want to 10:47:55drive down to your local gun store and buy an assault rifle, there is nothing anyone can do to stop you. over the last 10 years, people on the terrorist watch list try to buy explosives or firearms 10:48:102,233 times. over 90% of the time they were successful. this is wrong. the american people know it's wrong. public health officials know it's wrong, and nearly every single law enforcement association in america knows 10:48:26it's wrong which is why they are all in favor of closing the terrorist gun loophole. in fact, a recent poll by a republican pollster found 76% of gun owners and 71% of n.r.a. 10:48:41members should suspected terrorists should not be allowed to buy guns. if you were to walk outside the house of representatives and stop someone walking down the street and ask the simple question -- should terrorists be allowed to buy guns? you would get a very simple answer. they would say, no, of course 10:48:59 shifts shouldn't be allowed to buy guns but they can and republicans here in the house won't even let us have a debate and a vote on it. how do -- did we get here, mr. speaker? how has the debate shifted so 10:49:14 far away from this that it is this controversial? why is it here in the house debate is silent? the closest we came to debate 10:49:29 on gun legislation recently came last week when a controversy erupted about the standard procedure to observe a moment of silence on the house floor after a mass shooting. mr. speaker, it's shameful we have allowed this country to get to a point where congress 10:49:44 has to even have a standard procedure to observe mass shootings, yet, we're not allowed to have debate to address this problem. it is time for us to stand up to the n.r.a., to have a fair and open debate about gun 10:50:00 violence and it is time to -- for all of us to do our job representing the american people. i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady from illinois, ms. kelly, for five minutes. 10:50:16 Kelly, R. (D-IL):thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i rise today heart broken and agered once again by the rampant epidemic of gun violence plaguing our nation. gun violence is on the rise across the country. 10:50:32 i am not just talking about the 10:50:33 tragic mass shootings that grip our collective attention. i am talking about the everyday shootings that go undetected by the national media. last year gun deaths became the number one killer of youth aged 16 through 24. 10:50:48 we're on track to break this record in 2016. just this past father's day weekend, 41 people were shot, 13 of them fatally in chicago. the shootings in those 60 hours claimed the city's 300. 10:51:03 this is the list of the names of the people that have lost their lives to gun violence. i don't have enough time to name every name. amar'e brown, 7 years old, was the youngest. he was shot in the back. in 2016 alone, more than 1,800 10:51:19 people have been shot across chicago. among this weekend's victims was 3-year-old davone quinn. on sunday, davone was riding with his father to pick up his mother from work when a hail of bullets hit their car. davone is still hospitalized. 10:51:36 davone's story is unfortunately all too common in communities like some of the ones that i represent where a trip down the street to a convenient store, a gas -- or a gas station could end in tragedy. i am tired of hearing stories like this. 10:51:52 it saddens me and agers me each time i speak with constituents and -- angers me each time i speak to constituents and hear their stories of losing their loved ones to gun violence. i'm tired because so many of 10:52:07 these deaths are preventable if congress had just had the courage to take action. sadly, we don't even talk about gun deaths until it's forced into our lives with another tragic mass shooting, and when this happens we give fiery 10:52:22 speeches, we hold our moments of silence and then we wait for the national buzz to fade. it is a shameful and disrespectful ritual that moves that congress has little to no plans to truly honor the lives of gun violence victims. this weekend on "meet the 10:52:39 press," the speaker gave his fellow republicans a pass to vote their conscience with respect to their presidential support. i ask the speaker to give his colleagues a pass when it comes to voting on background checks which 90% of americans support. with each shooting, we're quick 10:52:55to say it's a mental health problem, it's a family problem, it's a terror problem, but somehow it's never a gun problem. it's time we look at the common denominator and accept that the root of the problem is about how guns get into the hands of 10:53:10 those seeking to do harm. prayer and reflection brings comfort to those who mourn, but scripture of all faiths teaches that prayer must be met by good deeds. silence without action is deafening. the majority of the american 10:53:25 people want greater action. they want to close the gun show and online loopholes that allow people to purchase guns without a background check. they want medical experts and their government to research this plague of gun violence for what it is, a public health 10:53:41 crisis. they want to keep guns out of the hands of terrorists on the no-fly list. why is it that when someone poses a credible national security threat we ensure that they cannot fly on a plane but they can still purchase a firearm? 10:53:56 with each second that passes without action, we're risking another davone quinn, another hidea pendleton, another blair holt. we're risking another orlando, another sandy hook, another virginia tech. so i ask my colleagues, just 10:54:13 who exactly has to die and how many before we finally put an end to this? just how many birthdays, father's days, mother's day would go uncelebrated? how many would-be graduations 10:54:29 must be passed? how many empty chairs at the kitchen table before we say enough and take measures to keep us safe instead of going out with our silence? it's deafening. bring these bills to the floor 10:54:45 and i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady from virgin islands, mississippi plaskett, for five minutes. -- ms. plaskett, for five minutes. 10:55:01 Plaskett (D-VI):mr. speaker, i rise this morning in solidarity with my colleagues about the mass shootings that are going on in our country. the orlando mass shooting has been another demonstration of an ongoing for some americans 10:55:18 daily violence and daily nightmare. gun violence in our country. now, we all know there is a systemic problem for many in our communities for lack of opportunities, lack of education, lack of adequate after school, summer programs, 10:55:33 job training, lack of expansion of economic opportunities but we know measures to increase funding for these programs that will help will never reach this floor. but we know also that now that the republicans refuse to take up other measures as well. 10:55:48 what they can address right now right here is expanded background checks, prevention of gun sales to those on a no-fly list, a ban on assault weapons. now, i grew up fishing, hunting with my dad and i pass that on 10:56:05 to my children, so owning a gun is not something that i believe should not happen, but i know that it's not an absolute right. as the granddaughter of a police commissioner, the daughter of a new york city cop, a former bronx prosecutor 10:56:20 and a justice department official, the war on crime, the war on these mass shootings and destruction would be well served by voting on expanded background checks, prevention of gun safety to those on the no-fly list and a ban on 10:56:36 assault weapons. on the small islands that i represent, the u.s. virgin islands, there have been over 300 gun-related deaths over the last five years. now, with a place with a population of 100,000 to have 10:56:53 300 gun-related deaths in three years, that accounts for a murder rate, a death per capita that is several times the national average. now, much of this is through a lack of opportunity, but also and absolutely the influx of 10:57:10 illegal assault weapons, high-caliber weapons of mass murder that come into the market. those coupled in our instance with drug trade have left our community in fear and mourning for our young. last year alone, there were twice as many gun deaths per 10:57:26 capita in the virgin islands than there were in most american cities that we could traditionally think of as high gun rates. who are the victims of the destruction this year in the virgin islands? and i'm going to name them, because we never hear names 10:57:42 like this. we have our moments of silence for the large groupings, but the day-to-day individuals that die, january 9, two unnamed males. january 20, stefan coleman and heidi mills. 10:57:58 january 21, deshawn sam ules, 24. february 2, juan encarnacion, 30. march 5, evan joseph, 38. march 8, conrad fips, 30. 10:58:13 march 30, 23. march 27, hans oliver, 38. march 28, cayenne payne, conte payne, 33 and 29. april 19, joseph decree, 19. 10:58:29 april 28, javon benjamin, 22. may 1, shadale gabriel, 25. may 22, vershon monsonto, 21. 10:58:50 kervaun joseph, 19. june 22, johania atkins, 22. samuels, 34. the blood of these victims speak to me. i hope, mr. speaker, it speaks 10:59:07 to you. bring the bills to the floor, vote it up or vote it down but do your job. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentleman from massachusetts, mr. capuano, for five minutes. Capuano (D-MA): thank you, mr. 10:59:22 speaker. mr. speaker, pretty much everything has been said except the leadership is still not hearing us. it's not just us that are saying this, the american people are saying this. everyone is seeing the polls, 10:59:38 everyone knows the reality that in the last couple of weeks 90% of the american people want us to do very simple things. no fly, no buy. and closing gaping -- not small but gaping holes in the background check. 10:59:53 i, like some of my colleagues, would personally go further. my constituents would support that. there are many things we could be doing but we are not asking for those things because we know it's a difficult lift in the house of representatives. but i represent the same number of people as every other member here, about 750,000 people, and 11:00:11 when 90% of those constituents in every district wants us to take simple, direct action, i think it's a dereliction of 11:00:26 duty and responsibility and our oath to ignore that unless there are some moral reason for us to disagree with our 11:00:33 constituents, and on this issue i can't believe anyone has a more disagreement with this. everyone is talking about orlando. and that's the most compelling one. but since the orlando shooting, 11:00:50 in the last 10 days, the last 10 days in america, there have been 77 people at least killed with guns. at least. i say that because many of 11:01:05 these things get minimal reporting. why? because all of uses are used to turning on the local news and every corner of this country, every single night, seeing another act of violence almost always committed with a gun 11:01:22 across america. it's not an urban problem or rural problem. it's across the country. and we have become a little desensitized to it. because it happens all the time. once in a while we'll get an 11:01:39 orlando tragedy or sandy hook tragedy, and we'll all jump up and down and say how upset we're. as has been pointed out many times, we don't seem to get all that upset when two or three people get shot in the middle of someplace. 11:01:54 sometimes we think it's gang violence. one gang member shooting another gang member. maybe they deserve it. america's better off. how do you say that when there is a 3-year-old who gets shot? or 7-year-old? how dare you say that. 11:02:10 or a woman walking down the street or people literally sitting in their homes innocently. people say that some of the proposals have been made wouldn't have stopped orlando or wouldn't have stopped sandy hook or wouldn't have stopped something else. 11:02:25you know what? maybe they're right. i don't know. but i've never in my life either politically or personally used the excuse because i can't do everything that therefore i should do nothing. 11:02:43 that is -- that is nothing more than a lame excuse. if we can save the life of one person by taking simple actions that everybody seems to agree with. if you can't fly you can't buy 11:03:00 a gun. close the loopholes and background checks. no one has a problem with background checks. most americans don't know there are loopholes. i don't mean little ones. i mean gaping ones as you heard earlier, about 40% of the guns sold in this country are not 11:03:16 subject to background checks. that's not a loophole, that's a gaping loophole. in their last 10 days, 239 americans have been injured with guns. some say, well, it's in home 11:03:32defense. it's accidental shootings. that's true. some of them are. all this stuff is available who anybody who wants to take five minutes and do a simple internet search like i did. there are dozens of reputable 11:03:49 websites that have this information. one of them, the gun violence archive, simple statistics. not advocating, statistics. in 2015, the last calendar year, they list 13,433 deaths 11:04:06 by guns. that's 36.8 per day. this year we're on pace to exceed that. of that two children under the age of 11 per day were shot. 11:04:26 two per day. yes, about 10% of the incidents were home invasions, defensive use, and accidental shooting, which is why none of us are trying to impede law-abiding 11:04:42 american citizens from owning a gun. but that leaves 90% of the gun activity outside that. for us to not take action, in my opinion, is indefensible. 11:04:59 in 18 years i have never participated in this morning hour discussion. i haven't done it because i find most of this more often than not somebody's reason to make a political statement. i guess in some levels that's what i'm doing right now. 11:05:15 but on occasion things get to the point we as a group have to stand up. we individually have to stand up and demand what is the simplest action imaginable. 11:05:34 if you're too dangerous to fly, you're too dangerous to buy. the simplest action, put it on the floor. i would respect someone for coming up and voting no. i would disagree, but at least 11:05:50 they wouldn't be able to hide behind their own political rhetoric that somehow people like me are trying to pull guns away from them. the truth is, it's a simple action. and i will tell you this, a 11:06:06 house member i'm a bit embarrassed that the senate was at least able to put it on the floor. at least they'll have to answer to their constituents. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the gentleman's time has expired. Capuano (D-MA):i understand that, mr. speaker. this issue has not expired. and this issue will not go away 11:06:21 and be the end of this debate today or tomorrow until we get a vote on these simple issues and do something to protect the children of america. thank you. 11:06:40 THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the gentlelady has been recognized. five minutes. Schakowsky (D-IL):over last father's day weekend, 13 people were killed with guns in chicago, my hometown. 11:06:57 another 46 were injured, and one of those critically injured was 3-year-old devon quinn. devon and his father were sitting in their green van when someone pulled up and started firing shots into a crowd of people. 11:07:13 devon was hit in the right shoulder by a bullet as he sat in his car. he was not the target. and he was another innocent victim in the terrible year of gun violence. a 17-year-old boy was walking down 46th street and he was 11:07:30 mowed down by an assault weapon. according to the chicago tribute, about 1,800 people have been shot in chicago this year. over 200 of them have died from guns. when shooting becomes so 11:07:45commonplace we risk forgetting how traumatic each one is for the people involved. i recently received a letter from kierra, a high school senior, she wrote, quote, 11:08:00 talking on the phone a few nights ago i heard the disturbing noise of gunshots. feelings of fear overwhelmed me as my friend was talking and walking home from the train station from work. almost immediately communication broke. i called back over and over 11:08:15a gain with no response i was on the verge of a meltdown thinking of what could have happened to him after what seemed like the longest 10 minutes of my life i received a text. letting me know that he was ok but needed to call 9-1-1 as someone had been shot by a 11:08:31 driver bye shoot -- drive by shooting. i sat there frozen, what could i do? thoughts of hopelessness and sadness took hold over me and i thought about the family of this poor innocent person who was just shot and how terrible 11:08:46 that phone call must have been from the hospital. i understand the need for guns and the role they play in protection in times of war and so on, but what i don't understand is the internal debate and menace within the united states over the use and misuse of weapons. 11:09:03 too often we forget the names of victims and the pain of their loved ones as congress continues to do nothing to stop the violence. most don't even get that empty gesture of a moment of silence. even so, we have done 27 11:09:20 moments of silence since sandy hook. how number -- numb have we become to everyday violence and only stop for that lone minute to recognize the most horrific shootings. 49 victims in orlando. school children in newtown. 11:09:37 church goers murdered in charleston just during the senate filibuster on gun violence last week, 48 people were shot. as the mass shootings get worse and worse, we can't let these daily shootings fade into the 11:09:52 background of america. we must -- i know that my constituents feel frustrated and ignored when congress responds to each of these tragedies with inaction. angela wrote to me from the rogers park neighborhood of 11:10:07 chicago where i grew up, quote, i am writing to you as a frustrated and saddened constituent who's tired of watching innocent people die because the n.r.a. holds our congresspeople hostage. 11:10:23 i'm begging you on behalf of our students and teachers and police, lgbt, and every person who has been affected by gun violence to please use this 11:10:34 moment to enact meaningful gun control in our country. we have had decades of complacency from our government on this issue. it's no longer excusable, particularly for someone representing chicago. you know where these legally purchased guns end up, and that 11:10:49 hundreds of our children and families pay the price for what selfish maniacs claim is their personal freedom, unquote. and i have many more letters like those calling on those of us in congress to do our job and reduce gun violence in our 11:11:04 country. neighbors ask me for action at the grocery store and at the gym and as i boarded the plane yesterday. we can start by enacting two gun safety proposals that are overwhelmingly supported among 11:11:21 our constituents. all of our constituents. close the terrorist loophole. if you're too dangerous to fly on an airplane, you should not be able to buy a gun. people can't even believe that isn't the law already. we need une vs.al background -- universal background checks. 11:11:37 40% of those guns used in violence in chicago are bought legally at indiana gun shows where there are no background checks. these proposals won't stop every single gun death. but we know that they will stop 11:11:55 some. yes, there are a lot of other things we could do, too. i call on speaker ryan, along with my colleagues, to bring these bills to the floor. before we break. americans are calling for action on gun violence. they are tired of being 11:12:12 ignored. no bill, no break. thank you, mr. speaker. i yield back. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentlelady from maryland, for five minutes . 11:12:29 Edwards (D-MD):our nation is still horrified by the late that killed 49 in orlando just over a week ago. we stand in solidarity with the loved ones of those lost, with 11:12:44 the lgbt community that suffered this unimaginable act of violence and entire orlando community as they work to move forward from this tradgedy. we can work together to disarm hate. gun violence has become unacceptably commonplace in the 11:13:00 country. the orlando attack is only the latest and the most deadly mass shooting in the history of the united states. we have a responsibility to do more to keep guns out of the wrong hands. but, mr. speaker, it's not just mass shootings that should be our focus. 11:13:16 guns have taken more lives in this country since 1968 than were lost in all the wars this nation has ever fought. on average, more than 89 people each day die due to guns violence. whether that's by homicide, 11:13:32 suicide, or accident. that's more than 33,000 americans being killed by guns each year. and just over the three years since newtown, more than 111,300 people have been killed 11:13:47 by someone using a gun in america. in my state of maryland in 2015 alone, more than 340 marylanders have lost their lives to homicides by guns. yet despite the national 11:14:03 consensus for legislation to keep guns out of the hands of terrorists and convicted felons and domestic abusers, a vocal minority led by the national rifle association, stands in the way of commonsense proposals to keep our nation safe. 11:14:19 those voices are forcing a false choice between doing constitutional rights and safe streets. we can do both. congress can and must enact laws that improve the public safety while respecting the constitution. and this congress has no right 11:14:36 to hold moments of silence anymore, and do nothing to prevent the next tragedy. this is a moment of truth for congress. we cannot have another moment of silence without action. we can and should expand and 11:14:52 strengthen our background checks. pass the bipartisan no fly-no buy bill to keep guns out of the hands of suspected terrorists. and so today what we know is that across this country there are people who go to unlicensed 11:15:09 dealers, at gun shows, and do what they could not do if they went to wal-mart to get a gun, and that is to get one without passing a background check. these unlicensed dealers are a significant source of crimes in my state and across the 11:15:24c ountry, with an estimate of 40% of all purchases made through them without background check. . 11:15:36 studies do show they do stop 171 felons, 20 fugitives every single day from buying weapons. it works when you do it. recent polling shows that universal background checks are universally supported across 11:15:51 the political spectrum. a cbs poll released just last week showed 89% of the public supports legislation requiring background checks. the low-hanging fruit, the common denominator. and that includes 97% of 11:16:08 democrats, 92% of republicans, 82% of independents. who's left out? the vocal minority led by the national rifle association. and let's talk about the naffle rifle association, mr. speaker. 11:16:23 -- national rifle association, mr. speaker, because they actually used to support universal background checks at gun shows. on may 27, 1999, wayne lapierre, the current president of the national rifle 11:16:38 association, testified before the house about one month before columbine in which 12 high school students and one teacher were murdered and he said this and i quote. we think it's reasonable to 11:16:54 provide mandatory instant background checks for every sale at every gun show. no loopholes anywhere for anyone, and that is a direct quote from wayne lai pmbings ierre from the national rifle association. when did they change? 11:17:10 when it became politically expedient to do the job of the gun industry. and so unfortunately they flipped their position and they no longer support expanded background checks and they've worked to prohibit that action here in congress. 11:17:26 and so i will say, mr. speaker, to speaker rirne -- ryan, to my republican colleagues, enough already. we are tired. we are done. it is past time for the congress to listen to the american public instead of to 11:17:43 the national rifle association, to listen to the overwhelming number of democrats and republicans and independents, and to take guns out of the hands of terrorists, convicted felons and those who would do harm to others. 11:17:58 no bill, no break. it's time to disarm hate. ********* THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the gentleman from georgia, mr. lewis, for five minutes. JOHN LEWIS 11:18:23 Lewis, John (D-GA):mr. speaker, i will ask that all of my colleagues join me on the floor. 11:18:54 on occasion, mr. speaker, i have had what i call an executive session with myself. for months, even for years, i 11:19:11 wondered what would bring this body to take action? what will finally make congress do what is right? what is just what the people of this country have been demanding, and what is long overdue? 11:19:28 we have lost hundreds and thousands of innocent people to gun violence, to iny little children, babies, students and 11:19:46 teachers, mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, daughters and sons, friends and neighbors . and what has this body done? 11:20:02 mr. speaker, nothing. not one thing. we have turned a deaf ear. we have turned deaf ears to the blood of the innocent and the concern of our nation. 11:20:19 we are blind to a crisis. mr. speaker, where is the heart of this body? where is our soul? where is our moral leadership? where is our courage? 11:20:38 those who work on bipartisan solutions are pushed aside. those who pursue commonsense improvement are beaten down. reason is criticized. 11:20:53 obstruction is praised. newtown, aurora, charleston, orlando. what is the tipping point? are we blind? can we see? 11:21:10 how many more mothers, how many more fathers need to shed tears of grief before we do something ? we were elected to lead, mr. speaker. we must be headlights and not 11:21:26 taillights. we cannot continue to stick our heads in the sand. deadly mass shootings are becoming more and more frequent 11:21:41 . mr. speaker, this is the fight. it is not an opinion. we must remove the blinders. the time for silence and patience is long gone. we're calling on the leadership 11:21:57 of the house to bring commonsense gun control legislation to the house floor. give us a vote. let us vote. we came here to do our job. we came here to work. the american people are 11:22:14 demanding action. do we have the courage? do we have raw courage to make at least a down payment on ending gun violence in america? we can no longer wait. 11:22:31 we can no longer be patient, so today we come to the well of the house to drum the need for action. not next month. not next year. but now. today. 11:22:48 sometimes you have to do something out of the ordinary. sometimes you have to make a way out of no way. we have been too quiet for too long. there comes a time when you have to say something, when you have to make a little noise. 11:23:05 when you have to move your feet . this is the time. now is the time to get in the way. the time to act is now. we will be silent no more. 11:23:23 the time for silence is over. thank you, mr. speaker. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair recognizes the gentleman from virginia -- i'm sorry -- connecticut, mr. larson, for 11:23:39 two minutes. Larson, J. (D-CT): thank you, mr. speaker. and thank my colleagues and for all of america that's listening. you just heard the soul of the united states congress speak, 11:23:54 the soul of this nation cries out for a vote. we are gathered here on this floor today to accomplish a single goal. we implore, we ask our colleagues, our colleague from 11:24:11 georgia stood on that side to appeal to the better angels on that side of the aisle to provide us with the simple dignity that every american is calling for -- a vote. and with that i yield back to 11:24:27 my colleague from georgia. JOHN LEWIS Lewis, John (D-GA): thank you, my friend, my brother, for yielding. now is the time for us to find a way to make it real. 11:24:43 we have to occupy the floor of the house until there is action. Larson, J. (D-CT):rise up, democrats. rise up, americans. this cannot stand. we will occupy this floor. we will no longer be denied a right to vote. 11:25:00 i yield to our majority whip and leader. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the gentleman's time has expired. 11:25:16 pursuant to clause 12-a of rule 1, the chair declares the house in recess until the hour of 12 00. RECESS 12:01:25 THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE: the house will be in order. the house will be in order. the chair wishes to entertain the prayer by the chaplain. will members please be in order 12:01:43 for the prayer and the prayer will be offered by the chaplain, father conroy. CHAPLAIN CONROY: let us pray, father of mercy, we give you 12:01:58 thanks for giving us another day. bless the members of the people's house. may all their deliberations give rise to understanding. you have called us to serve this 12:02:15 nation by your divine inspiration, may we reach the destiny you have in mind for us and may all that is done be for your greater honor and glory, amen. THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:the chair has examined the journal 12:02:30 of the last day's proceedings and announces to the house his approval thereof, pursuant to clause 1, rule 1, the journal stands approved. members will be asked to remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. 12:02:49 i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. 12:03:08THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE:under clause 2 of rule 1, the chair is charged with preserving order and decorum and the proceedings of the house. the chair finds that the house is currently not in a state of order due to the presence of members in the well who are not 12:03:25 recognized. the chair would ask members to please leave the well so the house may proceed with business and decorum. pursuant to clause 12-a of rule 1, the house 12:03:41 stands in recess subject to the call of the chair. RECESS
DNC CONVENTION DAY 3 PODIUM HEAD ON 7PM / HD
HEAD ON PODIUM SHOT FROM THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION AT THE WELLS FARGO CENTER IN PHILADELPHIA / 19:00:11 You're the ones fighting the hardest fights. You're the ones who need leaders in your corner. Leaders like my forever friend, Bernie Sanders. Leaders like Catherine Cortez Masto, who is going to help Democrats take back the Senate. Leaders who never back down, and oh, do we love Tim Kaine? We really do. Leaders who have had your back their whole lives, like Hillary Clinton, the most qualified and prepared candidate in the history of America. 19:01:03 In a few months, I'll be stepping out of the ring, one last time. But Democrats will always - always - be in your corner. So together, let's keep fighting, together; fighting the good fight! Thank you very much. >> Harry! Harry! Harry! CALIFORNIA LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM 19:02:00 I'm Gavin Newsom and I'm a proud democrat from the great state of California. I'm proud because today's California, today california is strong and getting stronger. It's a jet propelled engine of job creation and the home court for creativity around the world. And we've done it not just through innovation but we've done it by inclusion. We're pro-immigrant, pro-environment, pro-women, pro-workers and proudly pro-gay lesbian bisexual and transgender. 19:02:42 We aren't the golden state despite our values, we're the golden state because of them. At our best we don't tolerate our diversity, at our best we celebrate it. Those values of liberty, diversity and opportunity. Those are fundamentally american values and those values are under attack not just by enemies abroad but by GOP that has moved its fear mongering fringe to center stage. What Donald Trump presented last week it wasn't political discourse, it wasn't even political incorrectness, what trump presented last week was defeatist and retreatist. 19:03:30 Never has a speech been so long with so little substance, so little science, so little humanity, humor, or so little hope. His hostile takeover of the american dream is built on two fundamental lies. That America is a dark and desperate place and that he has a kind of plan to make it better. Trump strangled the sunny optimism of Ronald Reagan and replaced "tear down that wall" with the cynical bigotry of "build that wall." Contempt for the Constitution, inhumane mass deportation, malice toward different views and different hues. Those are disqualifications from any office, let alone the highest office in the land. 19:04:24 And Democrats, while it was refreshing to finally see an openly gay man speak at a Republican convention, it doesn't remove the stain of selecting Mike Pence, America's most anti-LGBT governor. Pence has supported overt discrimination and he's even advocated diverting taxpayer dollars to so-called "conversion therapy." Make no mistake. Conversion therapy is not about "praying away the gay;" it's an emotional torture against our most innocent citizens, our children. Telling them that to live, they must lie. Lie about who they are, and lie about who they love. That's fundamentally un-American. So the age-old choice it's never been more clear: We can live our fears or live our dreams. 19:05:35 Hillary Clinton has dedicated her entire life to putting the American Dream within reach. She believes in diversity over division. The hard work of pluralism over the "illusion of differences." And as a father of four, I want to say something to all the children who are watching and all the children who are listening at home. When you hear people say that you and your family don't matter because of who you are, or where you came from, or what you look like, or who you love, I want you to know one thing: That the people in this room, the people all across the country, believe that you matter. 19:06:20 Hillary Clinton believes that you matter. We believe that you belong here. We need you here. We believe that you can be whoever you are, and become whatever you want to be. And we're going to fight for you, we're going to fight for you not just over the next 100 days, but over the next 100 years. Because, no matter what people tell you, that's what America is all about, and that's what makes America great. U.S. REPRESENTATIVE RUBEN GALLEGO (ARIZONA) 19:08:53 Thank you. Thank you, thank you. [ cheers ] These days some people call me Congressman. But the title I'm proudest of is that of a United States Marine. I served -- hoora -- I served in the legendary Lima Company, 3/25, out of Ohio. Deployed alongside me, the son of Latino immigrants, were Native Americans, African-Americans, Midwestern white boys and - I know this comes as a shock to Donald Trump - Muslim-Americans, as well. 19:09:28 When we were kicking in doors looking for insurgents in Iraq, we didn't care about each other's' race or religion. We fought together. We laughed together. We mourned together. Patriotism, service and sacrifice, keeping your word - those are the values of the United States Marine Corps. Those are American values. Those are not Donald Trump's values. 19:09:56 Donald Trump is a man who questions the loyalty of those who served our country without ever himself serving. That's not patriotic. Service and sacrifice? Donald Trump says about Senator McCain, he "likes people who weren't captured." As a Marine, as an Arizonan, as an American: I am offended. 19:10:16 When it comes to honoring the service of our troops, reservists have said Trump's businesses fired them for missing work because of their duties. That's not just illegal, it's immoral. Instead of keeping his word to veterans, he used them as an excuse to back out of a debate and then for months failed to deliver on the donations he promised to those veterans. 19:10:40 One of my fellow Marines called Trump University "a complete con." I'd say the same thing about Donald Trump himself. Donald Trump is a scam artist. He is trying to pull off the ultimate scam, pretending he cares about veterans. Hillary Clinton is the real deal. She fought for the Post-9/11 GI Bill while in the Senate to send our veterans to college. She extended health insurance to America's reservists. And she has a real plan to combat veterans' homelessness. 19:11:17 Meanwhile, when Trump saw disabled veterans legally selling merchandise in front of his properties, he said their work was "seriously downgrading the area." Let me tell you something, Donald. Our veterans don't downgrade your real estate, they upgrade our country! Donald praises dictators and insults our allies. His foreign policy would be based on false bravado and bluster. 19:11:51 I know the importance of a Commander-in-Chief who makes thoughtful decisions with the most important power they have: to send our men and women in uniform into battle. We need a president who honors the service of our troops abroad and who respects their sacrifice when they come home - a leader who will provide steady leadership and protect American values. 19:12:15 We need Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States! Thank you. JAMIE DORFF 19:14:57 I will never forget the moment I heard that Patrick's helicopter did not return. In an instant, the life I knew was destroyed. The partner I loved, gone. My daughter's father, taken away, forever. I've never felt more scared or alone than I did then. I wondered what Christmas and birthdays would look like. But half a country away, a United States Senator was looking out for me - and countless others like me. 19:15:32 Her name was Hillary Clinton. You see, before Hillary took office, the families of fallen soldiers received $12,000. And yet, when you need to bury your best friend, when you need to raise a child on your own, when you need to rebuild your life from rubble, $12,000 doesn't go very far. 19:15:55 Hillary understood, so she did something about it. Without fuss or fanfare, she worked across party lines. She led Congress to increase survivor benefits to $100,000. And it made all the difference in the world. Looking back on it, I didn't even realize who was responsible. And when I did learn about Hillary's work, I didn't see her as a Democrat or a Republican. I simply saw a fighter for people like us, for families like mine. 19:16:30 She stood up for the principle that a family's personal tragedy must not be a financial tragedy as well. Today, my daughter Brisa is finishing high school. I'm completing my degree in emergency crisis management, committed to serving my country in the best way that I can. And our family is making it - step by step, day by day. 19:17:00 Hillary Clinton has fought for families like mine, each and every day of her career. This is a woman who I have never met - whose life could not be any more different from my own - but who has stood with my family and me, over and over again. 19:17:19 Hillary has always been with me - in bad times and in worse. And that's why I'm with Her. MIKE DUGGAN DETROIT MAYOR 19:17:50 Well good evening Philadelphia. And to the home city thank you so much for the extraordinary hospitality you've shown us all week. To my friends in Michigan thank you for that reception. I was born in Detroit. And for decades, I've watched our city lose tens of thousands of jobs. I'm 58 years old and the population of Detroit has declined every single year I've been alive. 19:18:32 But that's changing now as our city's recovery is fueled by a renewed spirit of unity and a commitment to creating a comeback that includes all Detroiters. That's the idea that drives us. And it drives Hillary Clinton. Because when she looks at Detroit - and every other city in America - she sees the opportunity to create an economy in which everyone benefits. That's the kind of strong, steady leadership America needs. 19:19:07 When I ran for mayor of Detroit, I ran with a central message that said we need to end our historic divisions. And every night for an entire year I finished every event by saying this, "We need to build a Detroit where it doesn't matter if you are black, brown, white, where it no longer matters if you are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, where it no longer matters whether you're gay or straight, whether you're immigrant or you were born in the city of Detroit - everybody will be equally valued and everyone will have real opportunity." And with my partners on Detroit City Council and Council President Brenda JOnes, that's the city that's starting to emerge. 19:19:56 Detroit is 18 months out of bankruptcy, something Donald Trump knows a little bit about. But unlike Trump, Detroit is only going to do bankruptcy once. Thanks to a great partnership with President Obama, Vice President Biden and his administration's extraordinary economic record of creating 14 million new jobs. Jobs are returning to Detroit - new auto plants and businesses are opening, Detroit's unemployment rate has been cut in half, and people are moving back to our city in huge numbers.But Detroit's true test is the same test facing the next president: Are we creating an economy that works for everyone, or just for those at the top? 19:20:55 And in four nights of speeches in Cleveland, did you hear a single idea on how to do that? Did you hear any plan to protect working families? No. You heard insults and fearmongering. You heard angry, irrational rhetoric. The parroting of slogans stitched on hats. Compare that to what you've heard - and what you are going to hear - from Hillary Clinton. Creating good-paying jobs by investing in infrastructure and clean energy, and offering tax credits to companies that create real job training through new apprenticeships. 19:21:33 She wants to make college debt-free, and she wants to reward companies that share profits with their employees. Because Hillary Clinton knows the best way to bring our cities back is to give our citizens a real chance at good-paying jobs. That's why I want to help her become the next President of the United States. 19:22:02 I'm mayor, because the power of people getting engaged. And no matter where you live, you can impact this election everyday by downloading the Hillary app. Text app to 47246. So get out there. Register your friends. Volunteer. And this November, cast your vote for Hillary Clinton! Thank you! MARTIN O'MALLEY FORMER GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 19:23:23 My fellow Americans. My fellow Americans, president of the united states is the toughest job in the world and I come here before you as a man who knows Hillary Clinton well. I've worked alongside her. I've competed against her. And I am here to tell you that Hillary Clinton is as tough as they come. 19:23:59 She will stand up to ISIS, she will stand up to the Russians, and with Tim Kaine at her side, she will never stop fighting for our children and families because Hillary Clinton knows, when our families are strong, America is strong. 19:24:22 Now, Donald Trump he is a different story. He will not fight for us. He feeds off economic fears and failures, stirs up false divisions and ancient hates, turns anger into a political weapon. 19:24:41 But my friends, anger never fed a hungry child, did it. Anger never protected a family's home or sent a kid to college. Anger never built a great Republic. I say to hell with Trump's American nightmare. We believe in the American Dream. 19:25:05 We believe as Hillary Clinton believes, that no American family who works hard should have to raise their children in poverty. Donald Trump on the other hand has actually said, quote, "Wages are too high." Wages, too high? Really Donald? I'll tell you what's too high: College tuition is too high. I'll tell you what's too high. The cost of child care, that's too high. 19:25:45 The number of American children who live in poverty, that's too high. Donald Trump's opinion of himself that's WAY too high. You see actually, Donald, American wages in fact are too low. Our economy isn't money. It is people. It is all of our people. And Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine will fight to make sure that every family who's willing to work hard can actually get ahead again in America. 19:26:36 On climate change, like you and me, and in fact like our children and grandchildren, Hillary Clinton believes in science. She understands that climate change is not only a real threat, it is also the greatest job creation opportunity to come to the United States in a hundred years. 19:27:02 Now Donald Trump on the other hand doesn't believe in the science. He says, and I again quote, "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese." I'll tell you what: If the Chinese were really capable of designing some kind of diabolical farce to hurt America, they wouldn't invent global warming. They'd invent Donald Trump. 19:27:41 This much we know for sure. Donald Trump has been a bully his whole life. But here's what I learned in elementary school on the playgrounds bullies are really just cowards in disguise. The America we love does not engage in torture, the America we love does not build walls and shameful for-profit prisons. The America we love does not lock up women and children in disgraceful immigrant detention camps. 19:28:23 Unlike that immigrant-bashing, carnival barker, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton understands the enduring symbol of America is not a barbed wire fence. It is the Statue of Liberty! And so my fellow Democrats - anger and fear had their moment last week. Now it's our time. Time to stand up for each other, stand up for our shared promise, stand up for the goodness and hope in every American heart. 19:29:00 It's time to put a bully, racist in his place, and a tough woman in hers - the White House! Hillary Clinton! Tim Kaine! Forward together! Stronger together! The country we carry in our hearts is waiting! ACTRESS SIGOURNEY WEAVER 19:29:49 Wow. You guys are a dazzling sight. I am here tonight, like you, because of my passionate commitment to our amazing democracy. And as an American deeply concerned about my family's future, indeed, about our shared future as a nation. Because that future is at risk. You see, when we talk about greenhouse gasses and warming temperatures or deadlier droughts, even more destructive storms, what we're really talking about is people. They're the people you'll see in a few moments, people whose lives are affected by climate change right here in America, right now. 19:30:57 Like a rancher in Texas who's losing his herd of cattle because there's no grass for them to eat. A farmer in Kansas whose crops are dying because there's no rain. Or my fellow New Yorker, a mom in New York City who lost her young daughter in Sandy in a flood made far worse by rising sea levels. Can Donald Trump look these people in the eye and say climate change is, "a hoax?" That there's nothing we can do? 19:31:45 This is a moment when we, as a nation, have to decide whether we will ignore the facts and allow people to continue to suffer, or whether we will come together to do what's right. Because as we all know, when Americans come together, there is nothing we can't accomplish. 19:32:15 Hillary Clinton gets it. She cares. She is committed. She understands that taking a stand against climate change, it's not about politics. It's about -- it is about our moral obligation to one another, to our children, and to the generations that will one day inherit this earth. VIDEO BY FILMMAKER JAMES CAMERON 19:32:55 JERRY BROWN CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR 19:38:49 Thank you. As we just saw, climate--[crowd chanting Jerry]--that sounds good but I only got 5 minutes so I gotta get going here--as we just saw, climate change is unlike any other threat we humans face. It is overarching and affects the entire earth and all living things. It is slow. It is relentless. And it is subject to irreversible tipping points and vast unknowns. 19:39:25 Combating climate change, the existential threat of our time, will take heroic effort on the part of many people and many nations. Make no mistake, climate change is REAL. The vast majority of world leaders and climate scientists, like those at NASA and the Department of Defense - indeed, almost anyone who chooses to think - believes in the science of climate change and sees the moral imperative to take action. But you wouldn't know it by listening to Donald Trump. 19:40:03 Last week at the Republican Convention, for 76 long and painful minutes, Trump conjured up a host of dark threats, but never once mentioned the words "climate change" or "global warming." What do you expect? Trump represents a party with officials who have banned state employees from even using these words in Florida, and who else knows where else. 19:40:35 Trump says global warming is a hoax. I say Trump is a fraud. Trump says there's no drought in California. I say Trump lies. So, it's not surprising that Trump chose as his running mate a man who denies that there's such a thing as evolution. 19:41:06 Rarely in American history have two parties diverged so profoundly. Even the Know-Nothing, anti-immigrant party of the 1850s did not stray this far into sheer ignorance and dark fantasy as have the Republicans and their leader Donald Trump. Our candidate, Hillary Clinton, couldn't be more different. While Trump talks, and talks, and talks, Hillary does stuff. She fights for us on big issues. As Secretary of State, she paved the way for the historic Paris Climate Agreement, an agreement which 200 nations, including China and India, enthusiastically embraced. And Mr. Trump, he says: The world be damned; I'm tearing it up. 19:42:06 Hillary is the one who launched the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, a group of nations taking action to reduce black carbon and other super climate pollutants, which cause severe heart and lung damage. And from her first day in office, President Hillary Clinton will do what's needed to combat climate change and lead the clean energy revolution. 19:42:33 And yes, we do need a revolution. And we're gonna get one. We know something about that in California. We have solar, wind, zero-emission cars, energy efficiency, and yes, a price on carbon. We're proving that even with the toughest climate laws in the country, our economy in California is growing faster than almost any nation in the whole world. 19:43:07 Mr. Trump and those who live in climate denial say otherwise. They tell us we have to choose between saving the economy and saving the planet. Donald Trump and the climate deniers are dead wrong - dangerously wrong. 19:43:25 What America needs today are not deniers, but leaders. Not division, but common purpose. Not bombast, but bold action. That's why we need Hillary. And that's why the American people will choose her as the next President of the United States. Thank you. LEE DANIELS DIRECTOR 19:44:20 I'm here because the next president of these United States invited me. I was a little scared at first I wondered if Hillary really knew who I was. Not just the work I do in entertainment, but who I really am? Who is Lee Daniels? Does she know that my sister's under house arrest? Does she know that my brother, Maynard, is in jail? Does she know that my nephew is in jail. That my cousins are in and out of jail. That my father was a police officer, shot and murdered right here in Philadelphia, when I was 15? Does she even know that I've been to jail? 19:45:22 That's the America that I know. And still I rise. [ cheers ] It hit me like a brick. Hillary knows me. She knows. And that's what gave me the courage to come and speak in front of ya'll tonight. 19:45:57 Hillary has stood with families of people who died due to gun violence. She's helped turn their heartache into action. I wish she was around for me when my dad died. Hillary understands our right to bear guns, but wants to stop guns from getting into the wrong hands. 19:46:30 You guys, thirty-three thousand Americans die each year from gun violence. That's 90 people a day. Enough. We need to take action. And we need to take action now. There's only one candidate willing to take on gun violence -- there's only one candidate willing to take on the gun lobby and keep our families safe. 19:47:09 I'm bad at this teleprompter stuff. And for that millennial who comes from where I come from, who doesn't think they have a voice - you do. And there ain't no choice. This is the most important election of our lifetime. Come November, vote for her. And may God bless you, Hillary Clinton, and God, bless America. CHRISTINE LEINONEN MOTHER OF A PULSE NIGHTCLUB VICTIM (ACCOMPANIED BY BRANDON WOLF AND JOSE ARRIAGADA, SURVIVORS OF THE ATTACK) 19:48:11 CHRISTINE: It takes about 5 minutes for a church bell to ring 49 times. I know this because last month my son Christopher, his boyfriend Juan and 47 others were murdered at a club in Orlando. Christopher was my only child. As I used to tell him, you can't do better than perfect. [Applause] 19:49:05 He had so many friends, two of whom are here tonight representing hundreds and hundreds more. All his life he brought people together. In high school he won the Anne frank humanitarian award for starting the gay straight alliance. Christopher's paternal grandparents met and fell in love in a Japanese internment camp. So, it was in his DNA that love always trumps hate. [Cheers and applause] >> [ CHANT ] Love trumps hate! Love trumps! 19:50:33 Christopher, Christopher was a big Hillary supporter. That's why I'm here. So that I can tell you about the day he was born. At the time I was a Michigan state trooper. When I went into labor, the hospital put my off-duty gun in a safe. I didn't argue. I know common sense gun policies save lives. 19:51:20 The weapon that murdered my son fires 30 rounds in one minute. And Orlando city commissioner pointed out the terrible math. One minute for a gun to fire so many shots, five minutes for bells to honor so many lives. I'm glad common sense gun policy was in place the day Christopher was born, but where was that common sense the day he died? [Cheers and applause] 19:52:12 I never want you to ask that question about your child. That why I support Hillary Clinton. U.S. SENATOR CHRIS MURPHY (CONNECTICUT) 19:53:17 There are days when I wish I hadn't been there. There are moments when I try to forget the things I saw, the things I heard, that soul-crushing morning at the firehouse in Sandy Hook., Connecticut. The grief, the unending, mind-altering, paralyzing sorrow that comes with losing a child to gun violence, it is unimaginable. And only those who live it, know it. In Newtown, Connecticut, families of 20 first graders and their six teachers they live with it every minute of every day. And across the country, each day, unbelievably 90 families join them. 19:54:05 My oldest son is the same age as those kids in Sandy Hook. He just finished first grade. My wife and I are the same age as those parents. And I am furious, I am furious, that in three years since Sandy Hook, three years of almost daily bloodshed in our cities, the Republican Congress has done absolutely nothing to prevent the next massacre. It stokes inside me a sense of outrage that I've never felt before. And that's what drove me to stand on the floor of the United States Senate for 15 hours to demand change. 19:54:56 And I'm here, I'm here today because I want a president who shares that same sense of outrage. Outrage that the gun lobby fights to keep open glaring loopholes that 90 percent of Americans want closed. Outrage that a suspected terrorist can walk into a gun store and walk out with a military-style, semi-automatic weapon. 19:55:22 Now, Hillary Clinton, she didn't have to make fighting gun violence a centerpiece of her campaign. In fact, I'm sure people told her that it wasn't worth the political risk. But she held firm. She stood up to the NRA and Hillary Clinton pledged to take Washington back from the gun lobby. And Donald Trump? And Donald Trump? When he sees gun violence devastating our communities, it's just like everything else, he sees it as an opportunity. Another opportunity to convince Americans that they should fear one another. Another opportunity to do the bidding of the gun lobby. 19:56:05 Listen ninety percent of Americans want our background check system strengthened and expanded to cover more gun sales, so that dangerous weapons don't fall into the wrong hands. But, Trump says that in his first hour in the Oval Office, he will roll back safeguards we already have. And even more sinister, Trump said that by the end of his first day in office, he'll mandate that every school in America allow guns in their classrooms. Think about that for a moment, of all the things that Donald Trump could have promised to do on his first day in office, he chose weakening background checks and putting guns in elementary schools. 19:56:46 This is a fate that we cannot accept. And my friends, there is no reason to feel helpless about the horrifying trajectory of cascading massacres. Because you know what, we can change this. Smart gun policy, like background checks, it can make this country safer. 19:57:06 Now I stood on the floor of the United States Senate for 15 hours because I had had enough. Enough of children dying in our classrooms. Enough of the nightly bloodshed on our city streets. Enough of our police officers being outgunned, ambushed, and cut down in the line of duty. I've had enough. And friends, it's time to take Washington back from the gun lobby. And I know just how to do it. 19:57:44 I want you to start, I want you to start by texting the word LAWS to 47246. You're gonna learn about the dangerous loopholes in our gun laws, you're gonna turn yourself into an activist. Then,you are going to go and elect Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States, because she is a leader who has the empathy, and the guts, to declare with every fiber of her being that we have had enough. Thank you. SHE'S WITH US: SANDY HOOK VIDEO 19:58:24 ERICA SMEGIELSKI (ERICA'S MOTHER DAWN WAS THE PRINCIPAL OF SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY AND WAS KILLED WHILE TRYING TO PROTECT HER STUDENTS. SINCE THEN, ERICA HAS BECOME AN OUTSPOKEN ADVOCATE FOR COMMONSENSE GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION MEASURES.) 20:00:59 I should not be here tonight. I don't want to be here tonight. I should be home like so many Americans watching on TV with my mother as we nominate the first woman to be president of the United States. But my mom was murdered. So I'm here. I'm here for the mothers and daughters who are planning weddings so that you get to watch your daughters walk down the aisle. I'm here for those lives cut short in a school, in a movie theater, in a church, at work, in their neighborhoods or homes because those voices should never be silenced. 20:01:53 >> I'm here alone without my mother while too many politicians cower behind the gun lobby instead of standing with American families. 20:02:07 We don't need another Charleston or San Bernardino or Dallas or countless other acts of everyday gun violence that don't make the headlines. We don't need our teachers and principals going to work in fear. What we need is another mother who is willing to do what's right, whose bravery can live up in equal measure to my mom's. What we need is to elect Hillary Clinton as the 45th president of the United States of America so that no other daughter ever has to say I would give every single day that I have left for just one more day with my mom. CHARLES RAMSEY FORMER PHILADELPHIA POLICE COMMISSIONER 20:03:28 When I was Philadelphia Police Commissioner, we mourned eight police officers that were killed in the line of duty. After the attacks on police in Dallas and Baton Rouge, an entire nation mourned eight more. After 47 years in law enforcement - in Chicago, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia - I've mourned far too many officers killed by guns. And as a nation, we've mourned far too many innocent people who have fallen victim to gun violence. 20:04:18 I'm here to say we need more than grieving. To protect our law enforcement officers and to serve the memory of those heroes who have fallen, we need commonsense measures to reduce gun violence. Police need these commonsense measures. And a leader who will fight for them. 20:04:53 I grew up in the Englewood neighborhood on the Southside of Chicago. The haze of gun violence hangs heavy there. My brother's best friend was murdered NOT 50 feet from our house. He had refused to join a gang. A few years later, a Chicago police officer was shot dead in almost the same spot. He had been filling out a report in his patrol car when he was murdered by three gang members. 20:05:37 Gun violence isn't unique to Englewood. It continues to visit neighborhoods across the U.S. During my years in policing, I've seen the crime scenes. I've seen the grieving families including families of police officers that were killed. I've seen the costs of gun violence. Now more than ever, we need a strong and steady leader to stop the bloodshed, a leader that will protect our officers from being outgunned by weapons of war, and to rebuild the bonds between police and communities. That's why I'm with Hillary Clinton. 20:06:45 Hillary Clinton is the strong leader to protect our cops and communities from gun violence. She has stood with our first responders when we needed her most. In the days after 9/11 to make sure they got the benefits they had earned. And today, she supports comprehensive background checks and the assault weapons ban. Those who aim to do harm shouldn't get a handgun, let alone an assault rifle. 20:07:22 Hillary Clinton is the steady leader to shepherd us through this critical time. The bonds between law enforcement and communities are frayed. But we can't play to America's worst fears. We need to champion our greatest hopes. Hillary will. She'll bring police and communities closer together. She'll support those who feel forgotten in challenged areas like the South Side of Chicago, Southeast DC, and North Philadelphia. 20:08:00 And she'll support dedicated police officers working to improve their communities. Important as ever, Hillary Clinton will build bridges between communities and cops. And ladies and gentlemen, that's better than building walls. Hillary Clinton is the right person to become the 45th President of the United States of America. She will work to strengthen bonds of trust between police and the communities they serve. That's why she has my vote. 20:08:51 May God bless all of you, may God bless all the men and women of law enforcement, and may God bless the United States of America. ANGELA BASSETT 1 20:09:29 Thank you. They were gathered to pray. He walked in. An outsider, a stranger. And they welcomed him. But then, he opened fire. He stole their lives. Reverend Clementa Pinckney Cynthia Hurd Sharonda Coleman-Singleton Tywanza Sanders Myra Thompson Ethel Lee Lance Susie Jackson Daniel Simmons Depayne Middleton Doctor 20:10:05 We say their names. But that is not enough, is it? [ NO! ] Since the massacre at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church, more lives have been destroyed by gun violence, and hatred still threatens to tear us apart. After Charleston, Hillary Clinton challenged all of us to turn our grief into action. And we have to do that. 20:10:30 Still, there are days when it feels like our bodies and minds are under too much pressure. Then I remember we that have souls, too. And I thank God our souls are on fire! I visited Charleston this year, and I can tell you that that city's soul is on fire. That soul burns with resilience. It fuels their resistance. It brought down the Confederate flag, and it brings -- [ cheers ] -- and it brings the Charleston community closer together every day. 20:11:16 We are honored to have Charleston survivors Felecia Sanders and Polly Sheppard here with us tonight. Please join me in welcoming them. FELICIA SANDERS & POLLY SHEPPARD (FELICIA AND POLLY ARE TWO OF THE THREE SURVIVORS OF THE MOTHER EMANUEL CHURCH SHOOTING IN CHARLESTON, SC.) 20:11:51 FELICIA: Good evening. My son's last words were, "We mean you no harm." Tywanza. My hero. Two days later, I forgave the shooter who murdered him. Hate destroys those who harbor it, and I refused to let hate destroy me. 20:12:22 Still, I have to ask: How was he able to purchase the gun he used to kill so many? After that fateful day, Hillary Clinton called on lawmakers to close the Charleston loophole. Because of that loophole, even though the shooter had an arrest record, when it didn't surface and three days had passed, he could still buy that gun. No one should see what I've seen, no one should feel how we feel, how we suffered. The Bible tells us that if we humble ourselves, pray, and "turn from our wicked ways," God will forgive us and heal our land. Let us heed God's word, and in turn, may God heal our nation. 20:13:32 POLLY: Amen. To heal, we must forgive. That's what I've learned this past year. The shooter in Charleston had hate in his heart. The shooter in Orlando had hate in his heart. And the shooter in Dallas did too. So much hate. Too much. But, as Scripture says, "Love never fails." So, I choose love. And, in this election, I choose Hillary Clinton. 20:14:09 Hillary was in South Carolina the day before the shooting. And in the days that followed, she talked about the hatred in our nation, the racism, the injustice. She said that we can't hide from these truths. She called on us to "name them and own them and then change them."Together, we can fight for that change. Together, we can heal. Together, we can love. Thank you. MARK KELLY NAVY VETERAN AND FORMER NASA ASTRONAUT / HUSBAND OF GABBY GIFFORDS 12:15:10 Thank you, everyone. It is so great to be here in the great city of Philadelphia. I speak to you tonight as the proud son of two New Jersey police officers; as a veteran of 39 combat missions during Operation Desert Storm and of 25 years in the United States Navy. And as a former NASA astronaut who flew four missions into space. 20:15:56 You know, my decades as a pilot, military officer, and astronaut gave me a unique perspective on our world. I saw our country at its best. I also saw humanity at its worst. From the cockpit of my A-6 intruder, I saw America lead the international coalition that defeated Saddam Husain. I also saw the devastating effects of war itself. From orbit, our planet as a perfect blue marble just floating there in the blackness of space. 20:16:44 But I also saw receding glaciers and shrinking rainforests. At war and in space, I saw the awesome extent of American power and capability. But it was so frustrating to come home and see how we struggle to address some of our greatest challenges. 20:17:12 Just as Hillary is prepared to defeat ISIS, advance our our values, and protect our freedoms, Hillary is ready to take on one of our country's greatest moral failures here at home and that is the gun violence that is tearing so many of our communities apart. 20:17:41 We have to do better - and Hillary knows we can. Hillary knows that we can save lives by doing more to keep guns out of the wrong hands. And we know that as President she'll do what is right for our nation, not what is politically expedient. She'll stand up to the Washington gun lobby that works to protect the shameful status quo. 20:18:18 So if you want to leave our kids and grandkids a country with less gun violence - not more - then we need to make sure that Hillary Clinton is our President. Now, I want to introduce you to someone who is working to do just that. Someone who has taught me each and every single day to deny the acceptance of failure. Somebody who doesn't give up and someone who believes, like Hillary does, that we are all Stronger Together. My wife. The awesome congresswoman Gabby Giffords. GABBY GIFFORDS 20:20:09 Hello, fellow Democrats! What a crowd! I'm honored to be here today. We have important work ahead of us. Work that will determine the future of our country. Are you ready? [ YES! ] Are you ready? [ YES! ] Are you ready? [ [ YES! ] I'm ready. 20:20:45 In congress, I learned a powerful lesson, strong women get things done. I have a passion for helping people. I always have. So does Hillary Clinton. Hillary is tough. Hillary is courageous. She will fight to make our families safer. In the White House, she will stand up to the gun lobby. That's why I'm voting for Hillary! 20:21:36 Speaking is difficult for me, but come January I want to say these two words: Madam President. Thank you very much. [MUSICAL PERFORMANCE] 20:24:51 20:28:55 [ ' LOVE ' CHANT ] [ COMMANDER IN CHIEF VIDEO PLAYS ] JOHN HUTSON (NEW HAMPSHIRE) REAR ADMIRAL, RET. US NAVY 20:34:02 Good evening. My name is John Hutson, and unlike Donald Trump, there are two things I know an awful lot about: law and order. For 11 years, I was a law school dean. For 30 years, I served proudly in the United States Navy, including as Judge Advocate General. Go Navy. 20:34:41 Donald Trump calls himself the "law-and-order candidate," but he'll violate international law. In his words, he endorses torture "at a minimum." He'll order our troops to commit war crimes like killing civilians. And he actually said, "You have to take out their families." And what did he say when he was told that's illegal? He said our troops "won't refuse, believe me." This morning, this very morning, he personally invited Russia to hack us! [ boos ] That's not law and order. That's criminal intent! 20:35:45 Donald Trump would abandon our allies and let more countries get nuclear weapons. He lies about donating to veterans and he called the military I served in a "disaster." It's embarrassing enough that he's the face of one of our political parties. The real disaster would be if we let Donald Trump become the face of the country we love. 20:36:23 More than 120 Republican national-security leaders, Republican national-security leaders, recently warned that Donald Trump would, in their words, "make America less safe." He even mocks our POWs, like John McCain. I served in the same Navy as John McCain. I used to vote in the same party as John McCain. Donald, you're not fit to polish John McCain's boots! 20:37:23 But, but America, we have a better choice. Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who knows how to work with our allies, who has a specific plan to defeat ISIS. She's smart and she's steady. She has the experience, the temperament, and the spine to be a superb Commander-in-Chief. She knows what makes us the envy of the world. It's not our abundant natural resources, or our resilient economy, or even that we have the strongest military on earth. Our strength comes from who we are and who we've always been, our humanity. If we lose, if we lose our humanity, we lose the battle and we lose the war. 20:38:30 ISIS and other radical Islamic groups have no humanity. That is their weakness. Our enemy can't defeat us militarily. Victory for them won't be found on the battlefield. For them, victory is to make us more like them: people who torture, who destabilize the international order, who target innocents because they don't look like them and don't pray like them. Donald Trump is a walking, talking recruiting poster for terrorists. And that's not -- that's not hyperbole. ISIS literally used Trump in a commercial. 20:39:20 You know, you can tell a lot about a person by whom they admire. Eleanor Roosevelt, Nelson Mandela, Dorothy Rodham - these are Hillary Clinton's heroes. Donald Trump, well Donald Trump admires Donald Trump and Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong-un. And of Vladimir Putin, he said, and I quote, "in terms of leadership he's getting an 'A.'" [ boos ] 29:40:00 I taught national security law. Praising dictators was an automatic "F" in my class. Let me tell you something, in 2008 election, as the dean of the University of New Hampshire School of Law School, I invited each presidential candidate to talk about terrorism -- 20:40:27 [ chanting, inaud. ] [ shot of audience group chanting, pointing in one direction ] --with me and other retired admirals and generals. Of all the candidates we met with, Hillary Clinton was by far, by far the best prepared and most knowledgeable. [ cheers ] 20:41:03 She listened carefully and tested our arguments. She tested us. We had more than 500 years of collective experience, and we learned from her. 20:41:16 This was before she served as our Secretary of State. Before she brokered a ceasefire in Gaza, before she rallied the world to sanction Iran, advised President Obama to take out bin Laden, and she restored our reputation in the world. 20:41:43 Anyone who's served with the young men and women of our armed forces knows how serious it is to send them into harm's way. When you're a soldier, sailor, airman, or marine, you don't get to choose your commanders. But when you're a citizen - you have the responsibility to choose the Commander-in-Chief who will keep us safe, strong, and secure. Choose Hillary. Thank you all. KRISTEN KAVANAUGH 20:42:43 At the age of 24, I deployed to Iraq on a base where we regularly received indirect fire. After each attack, everything would fall silent. And then, I would hear the sounds of the Army artillery battery returning fire, and the quick reaction force helicopters taking off in the enemy's direction. 20:43:10 As a young Marine Corps lieutenant in a non-combat position, these units, along with the special operations teams and Marine infantry battalions stationed with us, were our first line of defense. I trusted them with my life. I trusted that my commanders had the right strategy. I trusted that we were abiding by the rules of engagement-even when our enemy chose not to. That trust starts at the top of the chain of command. 20:44:02 And I trust Hillary Clinton to be Commander-in-Chief. She understands the importance of a strong military and diplomacy. She knows we're stronger when we work with our allies to keep us safe, and she has a specific plan to defeat and destroy ISIS. She has the experience, temperament, and steady hand to lead. I don't trust Donald Trump. The military is defined by discipline. Leadership. Integrity. Those are the qualities that drew me to serve. And those are the very qualities that Donald Trump lacks. 20:45:05 He suggests abandoning our closest allies. He praises dictators who've killed Americans. He says we should allow more countries to get nuclear weapons. His recklessness means more deployments for my friends, more families separated, and more young heroes never coming home. 20:45:34 When he says he would expand torture, kill civilians, or force the military to commit war crimes, he's defying the values that every service member is taught on day one. He's defying the values we risk our lives to defend. 20:46:08 This election isn't just about Donald Trump's judgment-it's about our own. Our troops, our nation, our world can't afford for us to get this wrong. Thank you. LEON PANETTA FORMER CONGRESSMAN AND SECRETARY OF DEFENSE 20:47:04 At this hour, in some very dangerous corners of the world, young Americans are standing guard. Our brave military and intelligence professionals are on the front lines, far from home, risking their lives. For us. For our freedom. For our way of life. A president, a Commander-in-Chief, has no greater responsibility, no greater responsibility, than the decision to send our troops into harm's way. 20:47:53 I have worked alongside nine presidents, Republican and Democrat, all experienced, all believing in the US role in world leadership. And I can tell you this: that in this election, there is only one candidate for president who has the experience, temperament, and judgment to be Commander-in-Chief and that's Hillary Clinton. 20:48:32 This is no time, this is no time to gamble with our future. America faces flash points and threats from around the globe. We need a president who's strong and smart and courageous, who enters the Oval Office with the respect of the generals and admirals who lead our military, with the confidence of diplomats who represent America, and with the trust of our troops who know that she will always have their back. 20:49:17 That president is Hillary Clinton. During my time as CIA Director and Secretary of Defense, Hillary was a strong supporter of our efforts to protect our homeland, to decimate al-Qaeda, and to bring Osama bin Laden to justice. It was a tough decision to go after bin Laden. In long meetings in the White House Situation Room, we debated that fateful decision. I presented the intelligence to the President and to others, laying out the risks of that operation. And when the President went around the table to the country's national security leadership, there were concerns, But Hillary was clear: We have to go after bin Laden. And our Special Operations Forces did just that. And they sent a clear message to the world that no one attacks United States of America and gets away with it. 20:50:48 Hillary is just as determined to defeat those who threaten us today: ISIS, al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, al-Shabaab. Terrorists who pervert the teachings of Islam to kill innocent people going about their daily lives, people traveling through airports in Brussels and Istanbul, families celebrating on the beachfront in France, men and women shopping in a market in Baghdad, and just this week, an 85-year-old priest whose throat was slit by terrorists who stormed his church during Mass. These murderers must be stopped. 20:51:47 Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who has laid out a comprehensive plan to defeat and destroy ISIS and keep America safe. She is smart. She is principled. She is tough and she is ready. Hillary is the single most experienced and prepared person who has ever run for president of the United States. 20:52:23 And meanwhile, meanwhile, Donald Trump says he gets his foreign policy experience from watching TV and running the Miss Universe Pageant. If only it were funny. But it is deadly serious. Donald Trump asks our troops to commit war crimes, endorses torture, spurns our allies from Europe to Asia, suggests more countries to have nuclear weapons, and praises dictators from Saddam Hussein to Vladimir Putin. 20:53:05 >> [ chant ] No more war! No more war! 20:53:37 Today, only today, let me point out something that just happened today. Donald Trump today once again took Russia's side. He asked the Russians to interfere in American politics. Think about that. Think about that for a moment. Donald Trump who wants to be president of the united states is asking one of our adversaries to engage in hacking or intelligence efforts against the United States of America to affect our election. [ boos ] 20:54:31 As someone who was responsible for protecting our nation from cyber attacks, it's inconceivable to me that any presidential candidate would be that irresponsible. I say this out of a firm concern for the future of my children and grandchildren, Donald Trump cannot become our Commander-in-Chief. 20:55:14 In an unstable world, we cannot afford unstable leadership. We cannot afford someone who believes America should withdraw from the world, threatens our international treaties, and violates our moral principles. We cannot afford an erratic finger on our nuclear weapons. 20:55:40 This is no time to roll the dice and to gamble with America's national security or with the American Dream. No time. I've lived that American Dream. My parents were immigrants from Italy. They came through Ellis Island, they made their way to California, they opened a restaurant in Monterey. I can still remember standing on a chair in the back of that restaurant washing glasses. Never could my immigrant parents have dreamed that their son would grow up to be Secretary of Defense of the most powerful military in the world. 20:56:33 [PROTESTERS HOLDING UP THEIR PHONES WITH FLASH] [CHANTS USA] 20:57:01 The American Dream that we've all been apart of, has been defended, in every generation, by the brave men and women willing to fight and die for America. They are our greatest national treasure. They deserve a serious Commander-in-Chief. If we care about them, if we care about our security, if we care about our freedoms, and if we care about the American Dream, there is only one choice: Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. God bless you, and God bless our great nation. DR. JILL BIDEN 20:58:36 Thank you. It's great to be back in Philly! Once again, we're making history. Together, we will elect the first woman president of the United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton. [ cheers ] Let me start by thanking you for allowing me to serve as second lady of the United States for the past 8 years. It's been an honor. And let me thank you for the love and support you have given our family. It has meant the world to us. 20:59:40 Over the past 8 years, America has gotten to know the Joe Biden that I know and love. He's honest and strong. Principled and compassionate. He was authentic long before it became a buzzword in politics. He understands that working people are the backbone of this nation, and he has tremendous empathy for those in need. He knows as I do that education is the great equalizer. And that community colleges are America's best-kept secret. And he believes, as I do, that we have a special obligation to our military and their families. He has a deep commitment to justice and he has spent his whole career standing up to the abuse of power. 21:00:55 He knows at its best, politics is always a matter of the heart. And he remains today even after all he's been through the most optimistic person I know. He loves his family. He loves this country. He's your vice president and my husband, Joe Biden.
DNC CONVENTION DAY 3 POOL SWITCHED PROGRAM FEED 7PM / HD
SWITCHED PROGRAM FEED FROM THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION AT THE WELLS FARGO CENTER IN PHILADELPHIA / 19:00:11 You're the ones fighting the hardest fights. You're the ones who need leaders in your corner. Leaders like my forever friend, Bernie Sanders. Leaders like Catherine Cortez Masto, who is going to help Democrats take back the Senate. Leaders who never back down, and oh, do we love Tim Kaine? We really do. Leaders who have had your back their whole lives, like Hillary Clinton, the most qualified and prepared candidate in the history of America. 19:01:03 In a few months, I'll be stepping out of the ring, one last time. But Democrats will always - always - be in your corner. So together, let's keep fighting, together; fighting the good fight! Thank you very much. >> Harry! Harry! Harry! CALIFORNIA LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM 19:02:00 I'm Gavin Newsom and I'm a proud democrat from the great state of California. I'm proud because today's California, today california is strong and getting stronger. It's a jet propelled engine of job creation and the home court for creativity around the world. And we've done it not just through innovation but we've done it by inclusion. We're pro-immigrant, pro-environment, pro-women, pro-workers and proudly pro-gay lesbian bisexual and transgender. 19:02:42 We aren't the golden state despite our values, we're the golden state because of them. At our best we don't tolerate our diversity, at our best we celebrate it. Those values of liberty, diversity and opportunity. Those are fundamentally american values and those values are under attack not just by enemies abroad but by GOP that has moved its fear mongering fringe to center stage. What Donald Trump presented last week it wasn't political discourse, it wasn't even political incorrectness, what trump presented last week was defeatist and retreatist. 19:03:30 Never has a speech been so long with so little substance, so little science, so little humanity, humor, or so little hope. His hostile takeover of the american dream is built on two fundamental lies. That America is a dark and desperate place and that he has a kind of plan to make it better. Trump strangled the sunny optimism of Ronald Reagan and replaced "tear down that wall" with the cynical bigotry of "build that wall." Contempt for the Constitution, inhumane mass deportation, malice toward different views and different hues. Those are disqualifications from any office, let alone the highest office in the land. 19:04:24 And Democrats, while it was refreshing to finally see an openly gay man speak at a Republican convention, it doesn't remove the stain of selecting Mike Pence, America's most anti-LGBT governor. Pence has supported overt discrimination and he's even advocated diverting taxpayer dollars to so-called "conversion therapy." Make no mistake. Conversion therapy is not about "praying away the gay;" it's an emotional torture against our most innocent citizens, our children. Telling them that to live, they must lie. Lie about who they are, and lie about who they love. That's fundamentally un-American. So the age-old choice it's never been more clear: We can live our fears or live our dreams. 19:05:35 Hillary Clinton has dedicated her entire life to putting the American Dream within reach. She believes in diversity over division. The hard work of pluralism over the "illusion of differences." And as a father of four, I want to say something to all the children who are watching and all the children who are listening at home. When you hear people say that you and your family don't matter because of who you are, or where you came from, or what you look like, or who you love, I want you to know one thing: That the people in this room, the people all across the country, believe that you matter. 19:06:20 Hillary Clinton believes that you matter. We believe that you belong here. We need you here. We believe that you can be whoever you are, and become whatever you want to be. And we're going to fight for you, we're going to fight for you not just over the next 100 days, but over the next 100 years. Because, no matter what people tell you, that's what America is all about, and that's what makes America great. U.S. REPRESENTATIVE RUBEN GALLEGO (ARIZONA) 19:08:53 Thank you. Thank you, thank you. [ cheers ] These days some people call me Congressman. But the title I'm proudest of is that of a United States Marine. I served -- hoora -- I served in the legendary Lima Company, 3/25, out of Ohio. Deployed alongside me, the son of Latino immigrants, were Native Americans, African-Americans, Midwestern white boys and - I know this comes as a shock to Donald Trump - Muslim-Americans, as well. 19:09:28 When we were kicking in doors looking for insurgents in Iraq, we didn't care about each other's' race or religion. We fought together. We laughed together. We mourned together. Patriotism, service and sacrifice, keeping your word - those are the values of the United States Marine Corps. Those are American values. Those are not Donald Trump's values. 19:09:56 Donald Trump is a man who questions the loyalty of those who served our country without ever himself serving. That's not patriotic. Service and sacrifice? Donald Trump says about Senator McCain, he "likes people who weren't captured." As a Marine, as an Arizonan, as an American: I am offended. 19:10:16 When it comes to honoring the service of our troops, reservists have said Trump's businesses fired them for missing work because of their duties. That's not just illegal, it's immoral. Instead of keeping his word to veterans, he used them as an excuse to back out of a debate and then for months failed to deliver on the donations he promised to those veterans. 19:10:40 One of my fellow Marines called Trump University "a complete con." I'd say the same thing about Donald Trump himself. Donald Trump is a scam artist. He is trying to pull off the ultimate scam, pretending he cares about veterans. Hillary Clinton is the real deal. She fought for the Post-9/11 GI Bill while in the Senate to send our veterans to college. She extended health insurance to America's reservists. And she has a real plan to combat veterans' homelessness. 19:11:17 Meanwhile, when Trump saw disabled veterans legally selling merchandise in front of his properties, he said their work was "seriously downgrading the area." Let me tell you something, Donald. Our veterans don't downgrade your real estate, they upgrade our country! Donald praises dictators and insults our allies. His foreign policy would be based on false bravado and bluster. 19:11:51 I know the importance of a Commander-in-Chief who makes thoughtful decisions with the most important power they have: to send our men and women in uniform into battle. We need a president who honors the service of our troops abroad and who respects their sacrifice when they come home - a leader who will provide steady leadership and protect American values. 19:12:15 We need Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States! Thank you. JAMIE DORFF 19:14:57 I will never forget the moment I heard that Patrick's helicopter did not return. In an instant, the life I knew was destroyed. The partner I loved, gone. My daughter's father, taken away, forever. I've never felt more scared or alone than I did then. I wondered what Christmas and birthdays would look like. But half a country away, a United States Senator was looking out for me - and countless others like me. 19:15:32 Her name was Hillary Clinton. You see, before Hillary took office, the families of fallen soldiers received $12,000. And yet, when you need to bury your best friend, when you need to raise a child on your own, when you need to rebuild your life from rubble, $12,000 doesn't go very far. 19:15:55 Hillary understood, so she did something about it. Without fuss or fanfare, she worked across party lines. She led Congress to increase survivor benefits to $100,000. And it made all the difference in the world. Looking back on it, I didn't even realize who was responsible. And when I did learn about Hillary's work, I didn't see her as a Democrat or a Republican. I simply saw a fighter for people like us, for families like mine. 19:16:30 She stood up for the principle that a family's personal tragedy must not be a financial tragedy as well. Today, my daughter Brisa is finishing high school. I'm completing my degree in emergency crisis management, committed to serving my country in the best way that I can. And our family is making it - step by step, day by day. 19:17:00 Hillary Clinton has fought for families like mine, each and every day of her career. This is a woman who I have never met - whose life could not be any more different from my own - but who has stood with my family and me, over and over again. 19:17:19 Hillary has always been with me - in bad times and in worse. And that's why I'm with Her. MIKE DUGGAN DETROIT MAYOR 19:17:50 Well good evening Philadelphia. And to the home city thank you so much for the extraordinary hospitality you've shown us all week. To my friends in Michigan thank you for that reception. I was born in Detroit. And for decades, I've watched our city lose tens of thousands of jobs. I'm 58 years old and the population of Detroit has declined every single year I've been alive. 19:18:32 But that's changing now as our city's recovery is fueled by a renewed spirit of unity and a commitment to creating a comeback that includes all Detroiters. That's the idea that drives us. And it drives Hillary Clinton. Because when she looks at Detroit - and every other city in America - she sees the opportunity to create an economy in which everyone benefits. That's the kind of strong, steady leadership America needs. 19:19:07 When I ran for mayor of Detroit, I ran with a central message that said we need to end our historic divisions. And every night for an entire year I finished every event by saying this, "We need to build a Detroit where it doesn't matter if you are black, brown, white, where it no longer matters if you are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, where it no longer matters whether you're gay or straight, whether you're immigrant or you were born in the city of Detroit - everybody will be equally valued and everyone will have real opportunity." And with my partners on Detroit City Council and Council President Brenda JOnes, that's the city that's starting to emerge. 19:19:56 Detroit is 18 months out of bankruptcy, something Donald Trump knows a little bit about. But unlike Trump, Detroit is only going to do bankruptcy once. Thanks to a great partnership with President Obama, Vice President Biden and his administration's extraordinary economic record of creating 14 million new jobs. Jobs are returning to Detroit - new auto plants and businesses are opening, Detroit's unemployment rate has been cut in half, and people are moving back to our city in huge numbers.But Detroit's true test is the same test facing the next president: Are we creating an economy that works for everyone, or just for those at the top? 19:20:55 And in four nights of speeches in Cleveland, did you hear a single idea on how to do that? Did you hear any plan to protect working families? No. You heard insults and fearmongering. You heard angry, irrational rhetoric. The parroting of slogans stitched on hats. Compare that to what you've heard - and what you are going to hear - from Hillary Clinton. Creating good-paying jobs by investing in infrastructure and clean energy, and offering tax credits to companies that create real job training through new apprenticeships. 19:21:33 She wants to make college debt-free, and she wants to reward companies that share profits with their employees. Because Hillary Clinton knows the best way to bring our cities back is to give our citizens a real chance at good-paying jobs. That's why I want to help her become the next President of the United States. 19:22:02 I'm mayor, because the power of people getting engaged. And no matter where you live, you can impact this election everyday by downloading the Hillary app. Text app to 47246. So get out there. Register your friends. Volunteer. And this November, cast your vote for Hillary Clinton! Thank you! MARTIN O'MALLEY FORMER GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 19:23:23 My fellow Americans. My fellow Americans, president of the united states is the toughest job in the world and I come here before you as a man who knows Hillary Clinton well. I've worked alongside her. I've competed against her. And I am here to tell you that Hillary Clinton is as tough as they come. 19:23:59 She will stand up to ISIS, she will stand up to the Russians, and with Tim Kaine at her side, she will never stop fighting for our children and families because Hillary Clinton knows, when our families are strong, America is strong. 19:24:22 Now, Donald Trump he is a different story. He will not fight for us. He feeds off economic fears and failures, stirs up false divisions and ancient hates, turns anger into a political weapon. 19:24:41 But my friends, anger never fed a hungry child, did it. Anger never protected a family's home or sent a kid to college. Anger never built a great Republic. I say to hell with Trump's American nightmare. We believe in the American Dream. 19:25:05 We believe as Hillary Clinton believes, that no American family who works hard should have to raise their children in poverty. Donald Trump on the other hand has actually said, quote, "Wages are too high." Wages, too high? Really Donald? I'll tell you what's too high: College tuition is too high. I'll tell you what's too high. The cost of child care, that's too high. 19:25:45 The number of American children who live in poverty, that's too high. Donald Trump's opinion of himself that's WAY too high. You see actually, Donald, American wages in fact are too low. Our economy isn't money. It is people. It is all of our people. And Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine will fight to make sure that every family who's willing to work hard can actually get ahead again in America. 19:26:36 On climate change, like you and me, and in fact like our children and grandchildren, Hillary Clinton believes in science. She understands that climate change is not only a real threat, it is also the greatest job creation opportunity to come to the United States in a hundred years. 19:27:02 Now Donald Trump on the other hand doesn't believe in the science. He says, and I again quote, "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese." I'll tell you what: If the Chinese were really capable of designing some kind of diabolical farce to hurt America, they wouldn't invent global warming. They'd invent Donald Trump. 19:27:41 This much we know for sure. Donald Trump has been a bully his whole life. But here's what I learned in elementary school on the playgrounds bullies are really just cowards in disguise. The America we love does not engage in torture, the America we love does not build walls and shameful for-profit prisons. The America we love does not lock up women and children in disgraceful immigrant detention camps. 19:28:23 Unlike that immigrant-bashing, carnival barker, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton understands the enduring symbol of America is not a barbed wire fence. It is the Statue of Liberty! And so my fellow Democrats - anger and fear had their moment last week. Now it's our time. Time to stand up for each other, stand up for our shared promise, stand up for the goodness and hope in every American heart. 19:29:00 It's time to put a bully, racist in his place, and a tough woman in hers - the White House! Hillary Clinton! Tim Kaine! Forward together! Stronger together! The country we carry in our hearts is waiting! ACTRESS SIGOURNEY WEAVER 19:29:49 Wow. You guys are a dazzling sight. I am here tonight, like you, because of my passionate commitment to our amazing democracy. And as an American deeply concerned about my family's future, indeed, about our shared future as a nation. Because that future is at risk. You see, when we talk about greenhouse gasses and warming temperatures or deadlier droughts, even more destructive storms, what we're really talking about is people. They're the people you'll see in a few moments, people whose lives are affected by climate change right here in America, right now. 19:30:57 Like a rancher in Texas who's losing his herd of cattle because there's no grass for them to eat. A farmer in Kansas whose crops are dying because there's no rain. Or my fellow New Yorker, a mom in New York City who lost her young daughter in Sandy in a flood made far worse by rising sea levels. Can Donald Trump look these people in the eye and say climate change is, "a hoax?" That there's nothing we can do? 19:31:45 This is a moment when we, as a nation, have to decide whether we will ignore the facts and allow people to continue to suffer, or whether we will come together to do what's right. Because as we all know, when Americans come together, there is nothing we can't accomplish. 19:32:15 Hillary Clinton gets it. She cares. She is committed. She understands that taking a stand against climate change, it's not about politics. It's about -- it is about our moral obligation to one another, to our children, and to the generations that will one day inherit this earth. VIDEO BY FILMMAKER JAMES CAMERON 19:32:55 JERRY BROWN CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR 19:38:49 Thank you. As we just saw, climate--[crowd chanting Jerry]--that sounds good but I only got 5 minutes so I gotta get going here--as we just saw, climate change is unlike any other threat we humans face. It is overarching and affects the entire earth and all living things. It is slow. It is relentless. And it is subject to irreversible tipping points and vast unknowns. 19:39:25 Combating climate change, the existential threat of our time, will take heroic effort on the part of many people and many nations. Make no mistake, climate change is REAL. The vast majority of world leaders and climate scientists, like those at NASA and the Department of Defense - indeed, almost anyone who chooses to think - believes in the science of climate change and sees the moral imperative to take action. But you wouldn't know it by listening to Donald Trump. 19:40:03 Last week at the Republican Convention, for 76 long and painful minutes, Trump conjured up a host of dark threats, but never once mentioned the words "climate change" or "global warming." What do you expect? Trump represents a party with officials who have banned state employees from even using these words in Florida, and who else knows where else. 19:40:35 Trump says global warming is a hoax. I say Trump is a fraud. Trump says there's no drought in California. I say Trump lies. So, it's not surprising that Trump chose as his running mate a man who denies that there's such a thing as evolution. 19:41:06 Rarely in American history have two parties diverged so profoundly. Even the Know-Nothing, anti-immigrant party of the 1850s did not stray this far into sheer ignorance and dark fantasy as have the Republicans and their leader Donald Trump. Our candidate, Hillary Clinton, couldn't be more different. While Trump talks, and talks, and talks, Hillary does stuff. She fights for us on big issues. As Secretary of State, she paved the way for the historic Paris Climate Agreement, an agreement which 200 nations, including China and India, enthusiastically embraced. And Mr. Trump, he says: The world be damned; I'm tearing it up. 19:42:06 Hillary is the one who launched the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, a group of nations taking action to reduce black carbon and other super climate pollutants, which cause severe heart and lung damage. And from her first day in office, President Hillary Clinton will do what's needed to combat climate change and lead the clean energy revolution. 19:42:33 And yes, we do need a revolution. And we're gonna get one. We know something about that in California. We have solar, wind, zero-emission cars, energy efficiency, and yes, a price on carbon. We're proving that even with the toughest climate laws in the country, our economy in California is growing faster than almost any nation in the whole world. 19:43:07 Mr. Trump and those who live in climate denial say otherwise. They tell us we have to choose between saving the economy and saving the planet. Donald Trump and the climate deniers are dead wrong - dangerously wrong. 19:43:25 What America needs today are not deniers, but leaders. Not division, but common purpose. Not bombast, but bold action. That's why we need Hillary. And that's why the American people will choose her as the next President of the United States. Thank you. LEE DANIELS DIRECTOR 19:44:20 I'm here because the next president of these United States invited me. I was a little scared at first I wondered if Hillary really knew who I was. Not just the work I do in entertainment, but who I really am? Who is Lee Daniels? Does she know that my sister's under house arrest? Does she know that my brother, Maynard, is in jail? Does she know that my nephew is in jail. That my cousins are in and out of jail. That my father was a police officer, shot and murdered right here in Philadelphia, when I was 15? Does she even know that I've been to jail? 19:45:22 That's the America that I know. And still I rise. [ cheers ] It hit me like a brick. Hillary knows me. She knows. And that's what gave me the courage to come and speak in front of ya'll tonight. 19:45:57 Hillary has stood with families of people who died due to gun violence. She's helped turn their heartache into action. I wish she was around for me when my dad died. Hillary understands our right to bear guns, but wants to stop guns from getting into the wrong hands. 19:46:30 You guys, thirty-three thousand Americans die each year from gun violence. That's 90 people a day. Enough. We need to take action. And we need to take action now. There's only one candidate willing to take on gun violence -- there's only one candidate willing to take on the gun lobby and keep our families safe. 19:47:09 I'm bad at this teleprompter stuff. And for that millennial who comes from where I come from, who doesn't think they have a voice - you do. And there ain't no choice. This is the most important election of our lifetime. Come November, vote for her. And may God bless you, Hillary Clinton, and God, bless America. CHRISTINE LEINONEN MOTHER OF A PULSE NIGHTCLUB VICTIM (ACCOMPANIED BY BRANDON WOLF AND JOSE ARRIAGADA, SURVIVORS OF THE ATTACK) 19:48:11 CHRISTINE: It takes about 5 minutes for a church bell to ring 49 times. I know this because last month my son Christopher, his boyfriend Juan and 47 others were murdered at a club in Orlando. Christopher was my only child. As I used to tell him, you can't do better than perfect. [Applause] 19:49:05 He had so many friends, two of whom are here tonight representing hundreds and hundreds more. All his life he brought people together. In high school he won the Anne frank humanitarian award for starting the gay straight alliance. Christopher's paternal grandparents met and fell in love in a Japanese internment camp. So, it was in his DNA that love always trumps hate. [Cheers and applause] >> [ CHANT ] Love trumps hate! Love trumps! 19:50:33 Christopher, Christopher was a big Hillary supporter. That's why I'm here. So that I can tell you about the day he was born. At the time I was a Michigan state trooper. When I went into labor, the hospital put my off-duty gun in a safe. I didn't argue. I know common sense gun policies save lives. 19:51:20 The weapon that murdered my son fires 30 rounds in one minute. And Orlando city commissioner pointed out the terrible math. One minute for a gun to fire so many shots, five minutes for bells to honor so many lives. I'm glad common sense gun policy was in place the day Christopher was born, but where was that common sense the day he died? [Cheers and applause] 19:52:12 I never want you to ask that question about your child. That why I support Hillary Clinton. U.S. SENATOR CHRIS MURPHY (CONNECTICUT) 19:53:17 There are days when I wish I hadn't been there. There are moments when I try to forget the things I saw, the things I heard, that soul-crushing morning at the firehouse in Sandy Hook., Connecticut. The grief, the unending, mind-altering, paralyzing sorrow that comes with losing a child to gun violence, it is unimaginable. And only those who live it, know it. In Newtown, Connecticut, families of 20 first graders and their six teachers they live with it every minute of every day. And across the country, each day, unbelievably 90 families join them. 19:54:05 My oldest son is the same age as those kids in Sandy Hook. He just finished first grade. My wife and I are the same age as those parents. And I am furious, I am furious, that in three years since Sandy Hook, three years of almost daily bloodshed in our cities, the Republican Congress has done absolutely nothing to prevent the next massacre. It stokes inside me a sense of outrage that I've never felt before. And that's what drove me to stand on the floor of the United States Senate for 15 hours to demand change. 19:54:56 And I'm here, I'm here today because I want a president who shares that same sense of outrage. Outrage that the gun lobby fights to keep open glaring loopholes that 90 percent of Americans want closed. Outrage that a suspected terrorist can walk into a gun store and walk out with a military-style, semi-automatic weapon. 19:55:22 Now, Hillary Clinton, she didn't have to make fighting gun violence a centerpiece of her campaign. In fact, I'm sure people told her that it wasn't worth the political risk. But she held firm. She stood up to the NRA and Hillary Clinton pledged to take Washington back from the gun lobby. And Donald Trump? And Donald Trump? When he sees gun violence devastating our communities, it's just like everything else, he sees it as an opportunity. Another opportunity to convince Americans that they should fear one another. Another opportunity to do the bidding of the gun lobby. 19:56:05 Listen ninety percent of Americans want our background check system strengthened and expanded to cover more gun sales, so that dangerous weapons don't fall into the wrong hands. But, Trump says that in his first hour in the Oval Office, he will roll back safeguards we already have. And even more sinister, Trump said that by the end of his first day in office, he'll mandate that every school in America allow guns in their classrooms. Think about that for a moment, of all the things that Donald Trump could have promised to do on his first day in office, he chose weakening background checks and putting guns in elementary schools. 19:56:46 This is a fate that we cannot accept. And my friends, there is no reason to feel helpless about the horrifying trajectory of cascading massacres. Because you know what, we can change this. Smart gun policy, like background checks, it can make this country safer. 19:57:06 Now I stood on the floor of the United States Senate for 15 hours because I had had enough. Enough of children dying in our classrooms. Enough of the nightly bloodshed on our city streets. Enough of our police officers being outgunned, ambushed, and cut down in the line of duty. I've had enough. And friends, it's time to take Washington back from the gun lobby. And I know just how to do it. 19:57:44 I want you to start, I want you to start by texting the word LAWS to 47246. You're gonna learn about the dangerous loopholes in our gun laws, you're gonna turn yourself into an activist. Then,you are going to go and elect Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States, because she is a leader who has the empathy, and the guts, to declare with every fiber of her being that we have had enough. Thank you. SHE'S WITH US: SANDY HOOK VIDEO 19:58:24 ERICA SMEGIELSKI (ERICA'S MOTHER DAWN WAS THE PRINCIPAL OF SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY AND WAS KILLED WHILE TRYING TO PROTECT HER STUDENTS. SINCE THEN, ERICA HAS BECOME AN OUTSPOKEN ADVOCATE FOR COMMONSENSE GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION MEASURES.) 20:00:59 I should not be here tonight. I don't want to be here tonight. I should be home like so many Americans watching on TV with my mother as we nominate the first woman to be president of the United States. But my mom was murdered. So I'm here. I'm here for the mothers and daughters who are planning weddings so that you get to watch your daughters walk down the aisle. I'm here for those lives cut short in a school, in a movie theater, in a church, at work, in their neighborhoods or homes because those voices should never be silenced. 20:01:53 >> I'm here alone without my mother while too many politicians cower behind the gun lobby instead of standing with American families. 20:02:07 We don't need another Charleston or San Bernardino or Dallas or countless other acts of everyday gun violence that don't make the headlines. We don't need our teachers and principals going to work in fear. What we need is another mother who is willing to do what's right, whose bravery can live up in equal measure to my mom's. What we need is to elect Hillary Clinton as the 45th president of the United States of America so that no other daughter ever has to say I would give every single day that I have left for just one more day with my mom. CHARLES RAMSEY FORMER PHILADELPHIA POLICE COMMISSIONER 20:03:28 When I was Philadelphia Police Commissioner, we mourned eight police officers that were killed in the line of duty. After the attacks on police in Dallas and Baton Rouge, an entire nation mourned eight more. After 47 years in law enforcement - in Chicago, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia - I've mourned far too many officers killed by guns. And as a nation, we've mourned far too many innocent people who have fallen victim to gun violence. 20:04:18 I'm here to say we need more than grieving. To protect our law enforcement officers and to serve the memory of those heroes who have fallen, we need commonsense measures to reduce gun violence. Police need these commonsense measures. And a leader who will fight for them. 20:04:53 I grew up in the Englewood neighborhood on the Southside of Chicago. The haze of gun violence hangs heavy there. My brother's best friend was murdered NOT 50 feet from our house. He had refused to join a gang. A few years later, a Chicago police officer was shot dead in almost the same spot. He had been filling out a report in his patrol car when he was murdered by three gang members. 20:05:37 Gun violence isn't unique to Englewood. It continues to visit neighborhoods across the U.S. During my years in policing, I've seen the crime scenes. I've seen the grieving families including families of police officers that were killed. I've seen the costs of gun violence. Now more than ever, we need a strong and steady leader to stop the bloodshed, a leader that will protect our officers from being outgunned by weapons of war, and to rebuild the bonds between police and communities. That's why I'm with Hillary Clinton. 20:06:45 Hillary Clinton is the strong leader to protect our cops and communities from gun violence. She has stood with our first responders when we needed her most. In the days after 9/11 to make sure they got the benefits they had earned. And today, she supports comprehensive background checks and the assault weapons ban. Those who aim to do harm shouldn't get a handgun, let alone an assault rifle. 20:07:22 Hillary Clinton is the steady leader to shepherd us through this critical time. The bonds between law enforcement and communities are frayed. But we can't play to America's worst fears. We need to champion our greatest hopes. Hillary will. She'll bring police and communities closer together. She'll support those who feel forgotten in challenged areas like the South Side of Chicago, Southeast DC, and North Philadelphia. 20:08:00 And she'll support dedicated police officers working to improve their communities. Important as ever, Hillary Clinton will build bridges between communities and cops. And ladies and gentlemen, that's better than building walls. Hillary Clinton is the right person to become the 45th President of the United States of America. She will work to strengthen bonds of trust between police and the communities they serve. That's why she has my vote. 20:08:51 May God bless all of you, may God bless all the men and women of law enforcement, and may God bless the United States of America. ANGELA BASSETT 1 20:09:29 Thank you. They were gathered to pray. He walked in. An outsider, a stranger. And they welcomed him. But then, he opened fire. He stole their lives. Reverend Clementa Pinckney Cynthia Hurd Sharonda Coleman-Singleton Tywanza Sanders Myra Thompson Ethel Lee Lance Susie Jackson Daniel Simmons Depayne Middleton Doctor 20:10:05 We say their names. But that is not enough, is it? [ NO! ] Since the massacre at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church, more lives have been destroyed by gun violence, and hatred still threatens to tear us apart. After Charleston, Hillary Clinton challenged all of us to turn our grief into action. And we have to do that. 20:10:30 Still, there are days when it feels like our bodies and minds are under too much pressure. Then I remember we that have souls, too. And I thank God our souls are on fire! I visited Charleston this year, and I can tell you that that city's soul is on fire. That soul burns with resilience. It fuels their resistance. It brought down the Confederate flag, and it brings -- [ cheers ] -- and it brings the Charleston community closer together every day. 20:11:16 We are honored to have Charleston survivors Felecia Sanders and Polly Sheppard here with us tonight. Please join me in welcoming them. FELICIA SANDERS & POLLY SHEPPARD (FELICIA AND POLLY ARE TWO OF THE THREE SURVIVORS OF THE MOTHER EMANUEL CHURCH SHOOTING IN CHARLESTON, SC.) 20:11:51 FELICIA: Good evening. My son's last words were, "We mean you no harm." Tywanza. My hero. Two days later, I forgave the shooter who murdered him. Hate destroys those who harbor it, and I refused to let hate destroy me. 20:12:22 Still, I have to ask: How was he able to purchase the gun he used to kill so many? After that fateful day, Hillary Clinton called on lawmakers to close the Charleston loophole. Because of that loophole, even though the shooter had an arrest record, when it didn't surface and three days had passed, he could still buy that gun. No one should see what I've seen, no one should feel how we feel, how we suffered. The Bible tells us that if we humble ourselves, pray, and "turn from our wicked ways," God will forgive us and heal our land. Let us heed God's word, and in turn, may God heal our nation. 20:13:32 POLLY: Amen. To heal, we must forgive. That's what I've learned this past year. The shooter in Charleston had hate in his heart. The shooter in Orlando had hate in his heart. And the shooter in Dallas did too. So much hate. Too much. But, as Scripture says, "Love never fails." So, I choose love. And, in this election, I choose Hillary Clinton. 20:14:09 Hillary was in South Carolina the day before the shooting. And in the days that followed, she talked about the hatred in our nation, the racism, the injustice. She said that we can't hide from these truths. She called on us to "name them and own them and then change them."Together, we can fight for that change. Together, we can heal. Together, we can love. Thank you. MARK KELLY NAVY VETERAN AND FORMER NASA ASTRONAUT / HUSBAND OF GABBY GIFFORDS 12:15:10 Thank you, everyone. It is so great to be here in the great city of Philadelphia. I speak to you tonight as the proud son of two New Jersey police officers; as a veteran of 39 combat missions during Operation Desert Storm and of 25 years in the United States Navy. And as a former NASA astronaut who flew four missions into space. 20:15:56 You know, my decades as a pilot, military officer, and astronaut gave me a unique perspective on our world. I saw our country at its best. I also saw humanity at its worst. From the cockpit of my A-6 intruder, I saw America lead the international coalition that defeated Saddam Husain. I also saw the devastating effects of war itself. From orbit, our planet as a perfect blue marble just floating there in the blackness of space. 20:16:44 But I also saw receding glaciers and shrinking rainforests. At war and in space, I saw the awesome extent of American power and capability. But it was so frustrating to come home and see how we struggle to address some of our greatest challenges. 20:17:12 Just as Hillary is prepared to defeat ISIS, advance our our values, and protect our freedoms, Hillary is ready to take on one of our country's greatest moral failures here at home and that is the gun violence that is tearing so many of our communities apart. 20:17:41 We have to do better - and Hillary knows we can. Hillary knows that we can save lives by doing more to keep guns out of the wrong hands. And we know that as President she'll do what is right for our nation, not what is politically expedient. She'll stand up to the Washington gun lobby that works to protect the shameful status quo. 20:18:18 So if you want to leave our kids and grandkids a country with less gun violence - not more - then we need to make sure that Hillary Clinton is our President. Now, I want to introduce you to someone who is working to do just that. Someone who has taught me each and every single day to deny the acceptance of failure. Somebody who doesn't give up and someone who believes, like Hillary does, that we are all Stronger Together. My wife. The awesome congresswoman Gabby Giffords. GABBY GIFFORDS 20:20:09 Hello, fellow Democrats! What a crowd! I'm honored to be here today. We have important work ahead of us. Work that will determine the future of our country. Are you ready? [ YES! ] Are you ready? [ YES! ] Are you ready? [ [ YES! ] I'm ready. 20:20:45 In congress, I learned a powerful lesson, strong women get things done. I have a passion for helping people. I always have. So does Hillary Clinton. Hillary is tough. Hillary is courageous. She will fight to make our families safer. In the White House, she will stand up to the gun lobby. That's why I'm voting for Hillary! 20:21:36 Speaking is difficult for me, but come January I want to say these two words: Madam President. Thank you very much. [MUSICAL PERFORMANCE] 20:24:51 20:28:55 [ ' LOVE ' CHANT ] [ COMMANDER IN CHIEF VIDEO PLAYS ] JOHN HUTSON (NEW HAMPSHIRE) REAR ADMIRAL, RET. US NAVY 20:34:02 Good evening. My name is John Hutson, and unlike Donald Trump, there are two things I know an awful lot about: law and order. For 11 years, I was a law school dean. For 30 years, I served proudly in the United States Navy, including as Judge Advocate General. Go Navy. 20:34:41 Donald Trump calls himself the "law-and-order candidate," but he'll violate international law. In his words, he endorses torture "at a minimum." He'll order our troops to commit war crimes like killing civilians. And he actually said, "You have to take out their families." And what did he say when he was told that's illegal? He said our troops "won't refuse, believe me." This morning, this very morning, he personally invited Russia to hack us! [ boos ] That's not law and order. That's criminal intent! 20:35:45 Donald Trump would abandon our allies and let more countries get nuclear weapons. He lies about donating to veterans and he called the military I served in a "disaster." It's embarrassing enough that he's the face of one of our political parties. The real disaster would be if we let Donald Trump become the face of the country we love. 20:36:23 More than 120 Republican national-security leaders, Republican national-security leaders, recently warned that Donald Trump would, in their words, "make America less safe." He even mocks our POWs, like John McCain. I served in the same Navy as John McCain. I used to vote in the same party as John McCain. Donald, you're not fit to polish John McCain's boots! 20:37:23 But, but America, we have a better choice. Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who knows how to work with our allies, who has a specific plan to defeat ISIS. She's smart and she's steady. She has the experience, the temperament, and the spine to be a superb Commander-in-Chief. She knows what makes us the envy of the world. It's not our abundant natural resources, or our resilient economy, or even that we have the strongest military on earth. Our strength comes from who we are and who we've always been, our humanity. If we lose, if we lose our humanity, we lose the battle and we lose the war. 20:38:30 ISIS and other radical Islamic groups have no humanity. That is their weakness. Our enemy can't defeat us militarily. Victory for them won't be found on the battlefield. For them, victory is to make us more like them: people who torture, who destabilize the international order, who target innocents because they don't look like them and don't pray like them. Donald Trump is a walking, talking recruiting poster for terrorists. And that's not -- that's not hyperbole. ISIS literally used Trump in a commercial. 20:39:20 You know, you can tell a lot about a person by whom they admire. Eleanor Roosevelt, Nelson Mandela, Dorothy Rodham - these are Hillary Clinton's heroes. Donald Trump, well Donald Trump admires Donald Trump and Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong-un. And of Vladimir Putin, he said, and I quote, "in terms of leadership he's getting an 'A.'" [ boos ] 29:40:00 I taught national security law. Praising dictators was an automatic "F" in my class. Let me tell you something, in 2008 election, as the dean of the University of New Hampshire School of Law School, I invited each presidential candidate to talk about terrorism -- 20:40:27 [ chanting, inaud. ] [ shot of audience group chanting, pointing in one direction ] --with me and other retired admirals and generals. Of all the candidates we met with, Hillary Clinton was by far, by far the best prepared and most knowledgeable. [ cheers ] 20:41:03 She listened carefully and tested our arguments. She tested us. We had more than 500 years of collective experience, and we learned from her. 20:41:16 This was before she served as our Secretary of State. Before she brokered a ceasefire in Gaza, before she rallied the world to sanction Iran, advised President Obama to take out bin Laden, and she restored our reputation in the world. 20:41:43 Anyone who's served with the young men and women of our armed forces knows how serious it is to send them into harm's way. When you're a soldier, sailor, airman, or marine, you don't get to choose your commanders. But when you're a citizen - you have the responsibility to choose the Commander-in-Chief who will keep us safe, strong, and secure. Choose Hillary. Thank you all. KRISTEN KAVANAUGH 20:42:43 At the age of 24, I deployed to Iraq on a base where we regularly received indirect fire. After each attack, everything would fall silent. And then, I would hear the sounds of the Army artillery battery returning fire, and the quick reaction force helicopters taking off in the enemy's direction. 20:43:10 As a young Marine Corps lieutenant in a non-combat position, these units, along with the special operations teams and Marine infantry battalions stationed with us, were our first line of defense. I trusted them with my life. I trusted that my commanders had the right strategy. I trusted that we were abiding by the rules of engagement-even when our enemy chose not to. That trust starts at the top of the chain of command. 20:44:02 And I trust Hillary Clinton to be Commander-in-Chief. She understands the importance of a strong military and diplomacy. She knows we're stronger when we work with our allies to keep us safe, and she has a specific plan to defeat and destroy ISIS. She has the experience, temperament, and steady hand to lead. I don't trust Donald Trump. The military is defined by discipline. Leadership. Integrity. Those are the qualities that drew me to serve. And those are the very qualities that Donald Trump lacks. 20:45:05 He suggests abandoning our closest allies. He praises dictators who've killed Americans. He says we should allow more countries to get nuclear weapons. His recklessness means more deployments for my friends, more families separated, and more young heroes never coming home. 20:45:34 When he says he would expand torture, kill civilians, or force the military to commit war crimes, he's defying the values that every service member is taught on day one. He's defying the values we risk our lives to defend. 20:46:08 This election isn't just about Donald Trump's judgment-it's about our own. Our troops, our nation, our world can't afford for us to get this wrong. Thank you. LEON PANETTA FORMER CONGRESSMAN AND SECRETARY OF DEFENSE 20:47:04 At this hour, in some very dangerous corners of the world, young Americans are standing guard. Our brave military and intelligence professionals are on the front lines, far from home, risking their lives. For us. For our freedom. For our way of life. A president, a Commander-in-Chief, has no greater responsibility, no greater responsibility, than the decision to send our troops into harm's way. 20:47:53 I have worked alongside nine presidents, Republican and Democrat, all experienced, all believing in the US role in world leadership. And I can tell you this: that in this election, there is only one candidate for president who has the experience, temperament, and judgment to be Commander-in-Chief and that's Hillary Clinton. 20:48:32 This is no time, this is no time to gamble with our future. America faces flash points and threats from around the globe. We need a president who's strong and smart and courageous, who enters the Oval Office with the respect of the generals and admirals who lead our military, with the confidence of diplomats who represent America, and with the trust of our troops who know that she will always have their back. 20:49:17 That president is Hillary Clinton. During my time as CIA Director and Secretary of Defense, Hillary was a strong supporter of our efforts to protect our homeland, to decimate al-Qaeda, and to bring Osama bin Laden to justice. It was a tough decision to go after bin Laden. In long meetings in the White House Situation Room, we debated that fateful decision. I presented the intelligence to the President and to others, laying out the risks of that operation. And when the President went around the table to the country's national security leadership, there were concerns, But Hillary was clear: We have to go after bin Laden. And our Special Operations Forces did just that. And they sent a clear message to the world that no one attacks United States of America and gets away with it. 20:50:48 Hillary is just as determined to defeat those who threaten us today: ISIS, al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, al-Shabaab. Terrorists who pervert the teachings of Islam to kill innocent people going about their daily lives, people traveling through airports in Brussels and Istanbul, families celebrating on the beachfront in France, men and women shopping in a market in Baghdad, and just this week, an 85-year-old priest whose throat was slit by terrorists who stormed his church during Mass. These murderers must be stopped. 20:51:47 Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who has laid out a comprehensive plan to defeat and destroy ISIS and keep America safe. She is smart. She is principled. She is tough and she is ready. Hillary is the single most experienced and prepared person who has ever run for president of the United States. 20:52:23 And meanwhile, meanwhile, Donald Trump says he gets his foreign policy experience from watching TV and running the Miss Universe Pageant. If only it were funny. But it is deadly serious. Donald Trump asks our troops to commit war crimes, endorses torture, spurns our allies from Europe to Asia, suggests more countries to have nuclear weapons, and praises dictators from Saddam Hussein to Vladimir Putin. 20:53:05 >> [ chant ] No more war! No more war! 20:53:37 Today, only today, let me point out something that just happened today. Donald Trump today once again took Russia's side. He asked the Russians to interfere in American politics. Think about that. Think about that for a moment. Donald Trump who wants to be president of the united states is asking one of our adversaries to engage in hacking or intelligence efforts against the United States of America to affect our election. [ boos ] 20:54:31 As someone who was responsible for protecting our nation from cyber attacks, it's inconceivable to me that any presidential candidate would be that irresponsible. I say this out of a firm concern for the future of my children and grandchildren, Donald Trump cannot become our Commander-in-Chief. 20:55:14 In an unstable world, we cannot afford unstable leadership. We cannot afford someone who believes America should withdraw from the world, threatens our international treaties, and violates our moral principles. We cannot afford an erratic finger on our nuclear weapons. 20:55:40 This is no time to roll the dice and to gamble with America's national security or with the American Dream. No time. I've lived that American Dream. My parents were immigrants from Italy. They came through Ellis Island, they made their way to California, they opened a restaurant in Monterey. I can still remember standing on a chair in the back of that restaurant washing glasses. Never could my immigrant parents have dreamed that their son would grow up to be Secretary of Defense of the most powerful military in the world. 20:56:33 [PROTESTERS HOLDING UP THEIR PHONES WITH FLASH] [CHANTS USA] 20:57:01 The American Dream that we've all been apart of, has been defended, in every generation, by the brave men and women willing to fight and die for America. They are our greatest national treasure. They deserve a serious Commander-in-Chief. If we care about them, if we care about our security, if we care about our freedoms, and if we care about the American Dream, there is only one choice: Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. God bless you, and God bless our great nation. DR. JILL BIDEN 20:58:36 Thank you. It's great to be back in Philly! Once again, we're making history. Together, we will elect the first woman president of the United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton. [ cheers ] Let me start by thanking you for allowing me to serve as second lady of the United States for the past 8 years. It's been an honor. And let me thank you for the love and support you have given our family. It has meant the world to us. 20:59:40 Over the past 8 years, America has gotten to know the Joe Biden that I know and love. He's honest and strong. Principled and compassionate. He was authentic long before it became a buzzword in politics. He understands that working people are the backbone of this nation, and he has tremendous empathy for those in need. He knows as I do that education is the great equalizer. And that community colleges are America's best-kept secret. And he believes, as I do, that we have a special obligation to our military and their families. He has a deep commitment to justice and he has spent his whole career standing up to the abuse of power. 21:00:55 He knows at its best, politics is always a matter of the heart. And he remains today even after all he's been through the most optimistic person I know. He loves his family. He loves this country. He's your vice president and my husband, Joe Biden.