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. we're following breaking niz. a state of emergency in california. 23 wildfires burning across the state. more than hundreds of thousands of acres scorched and one firefighter has died working to contain the fires. >> a mile back, there was a drone flying just on the southwest side of this abandoned airport here. plus, a near miss at jfk. the faa investigating a drone sighting as a delta flight was
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attempting to land. >> debris believed to be from a boeing 777 arrives in france. the work to determine if this part of a wing is linked to missing malaysian airline flight 370. good morning. i'm victor blackwell. >> i'm christi paul. the burning wildfires across california, every wild fire that's burning in the state is on that map. 23 of them. this morning, the governor declared a state of emergency. nearly 8,000 firefighters have been called into battle these flames. one of those fires, the frog fire, is the reason there is our first victim, firefighter, david ruhl had been working in california from his home state of south dakota. he had been doing so since june. years of drought, four years in fact, have left california just
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so bitterly dry in the past few years. governor, jerry brown, called it a, quote, tinder box. so far, it is only 5% contained and already burned more than 18,000 acres. let's go to trinity county. the barker fire has burned more than 5,000 acres. some towns are under a man da tore evacuation order there. dry lightning, high winds. that's what's expected this weekend. that means there is not going to be a lot of a break for these men and women that are fighting the flames. ivan cabrera has the details on the weather. ivan, help us understand how bad this could get. >> the drought is setting the stage. any time we get a fire going california it gets out of hand. what we are showing you is essentially the fires that are being worked. over a dozen fires. the one we are going to focus in
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on, we are talking about it consuming up to 18,000 acres. western wildfires have consumed over 5.5 million acres, ruffle the size of new jersey. it continues to get worse. we don't get the rain where we need it in california. 18,000 acres have burned as a result of lake county fires. this is about 18,000 miles. it got out of hand yesterday which is why they had to call in extra help. a few showers in the forecast. this is actually terrible. we're going to have some thunderstorms building up through the afternoon. we could get lightning out of that. it is not going to be a flow from the ocean with light, moderate kate. we have the potential for lightning. temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s. the winds will kick up during the afternoon. we are in this pattern and we
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know it. temperatures through the weekend into the low to mid-90s. overnight temperatures, catch a break. the humidity climbs back up. by the afternoon, the winds kick up. the temperatures go up and it is going to be very difficult to fight the fires ongoing in california through the weekend. >> i heard people were grabbing their livestock. developing story this morning. learning details about a dangerous close call between a drone and a commercial airliner. this happened over new york city. this reported drone came within 100 feet of a delta flight, 149 passengers or people including the crew there on board. the faa is investigating. nick valencia joins us with the latest. what happened here? >> good morning, victor. a very close call at the nation's busiest air space. according to the faa, this
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happens a lot more frequently than we would care to believe. the latest incident happening at jfk during the plane's most critical phase of landing. >> yeah, about a mile back there was a drone flying just on the southwest side of this abandoned airport here. >> what altitude would you say that was? >> i would say probably about 100 feet below us, jut the off to the right wing. >> jfk airport plane was planning to land with 149 people on board when the pilot spots a drone on southwest side of the plane just p 100-feet below. >> did you get the color or type? >> jfk tower warned other pilots of the possible danger flying around them. >> one ahead of you reported a
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drone at the floyd bennett field over there. you might see that. >> we're there but we are probably considerably higher. >> reporter: derner said without a doubt this was a close call. a drone flying within 100 feet of a plane can easily get sucked within an engine or worse. they are made with aluminum. d going into an engine can destroy an engine. it can injure or kill or pilot. >> reporter: the faa reports 25 drone incidents each month. in the case of delta flight 407, the plane landed safely but now the faa is investigating the incident. >> drones are not supposed to fly above 400 feet and cannot fly within five miles of a commercial airport either. investigators looking for whoever operated this drone. they could face federal charges.
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victor? let's bring in mary schiavo. she is former inspector general at the department of transportation. good to have you with us. i want to start with putting this in some terms that a lot of us remember the story of the miracle on the hudson. if you have this flock of birds that took out that plane, both engines there, what kind of damage could this drone do? >> without a doubt, a drone would take out the jet engine. there is a limit to even what kind of a bird an engine can take. it can't take a goose or any kind of a large bird. the drones are tougher than the bird. it would take out the engine. the laws that are in place now do cover this. they covered it before anywhere around an airport, you cannot operate in the airport area of a major airport like jfk without air traffic control clearance. this particular drone operator broke more than one set of laws. many, many laws were broken here. i did some reading with the
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floyd bennett field where apparently this happened. that's a place where model plane enthusiasts go to fly their model planes. is there possibly a inconsistency with terms? >> they are kind of the same thing. drones learn from the model plane enthusiasts. they have to follow the rules and they have always had to follow the rules. that 400-foot rule is a pretty good one. there really aren't any flight operations under that other than at airports and there already was the airport exclusionary where you cannot operate in that area without air traffic control. model planes and drones are obviously very, very similar and in some cases the same thing. usually, the model plane enthusiast where they have these areas dedicated for their operations stay within them. there wasn't a lot of problems before the drone takeoff got crazy. >> is this happening more often
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or are we just paying closer attention? >> no. it is happening more and more often because they are more and more readily available. the more people read about them and get enthused about them. i am not a drone enthusiast myself. when more and more people see how capable they are, they are getting more interested. the faa was late in putting the rules in place. the faa and fbi will help them. where they catch people breaking the rules, they are prosecuting, including with jail time. >> cnn aviation analyst, mary schiavo, thank you you so much. >> thank you. a judge erupts in court. look at this. does he have a passport? does he have a green card? >> not that either. >> how in the hell do i know it is even him. >> an undocumented immigrant being held on a $10 million bond after a violent crime spree. the controversy is, the police
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knew about him for weeks but they didn't report him to the feds. >> the plane debris thought to be from missing malaysia flight 370 is now in france this morning. that becomes the center for which answers hopefully will be found. also, one of the biggest stars in a pro wrestling history. what happened to '80s icon rowdy roddy piper? welcome to fort green sheets. welcome to castle bravestorm. it's full of cool stuff, like... my trusty bow. and free of stuff i don't like. we only eat chex cereal. no artificial flavors, and it's gluten-free. mom, brian threw a ball in the house! want bladder leak underwear that try always discreet underwear and move, groove, wiggle, giggle, swerve, curve.
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we cob a huge step closer to learning what happened to missing malaysia flight 370. debris that may be from the plane is now in france. it arrived from the indian ocean
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island of reunion. it is being taken by car in a sealed box to a defense ministry lab. investigators will use state-of-the-art technology to determine if it is from the plane that vanished 17 months ago with 239 people aboard. ntsb and boeing teams are joining this investigation. a volcanic eruption on that island is making the search for additional debris even more challenging. cnn's syla most joins us now. investigators are not going to start examining this until wednesday. there are many countries involved, many millions of dollars spent trying to find some debris. now, why the wait to start the analysis? >> reporter: of course, everybody is wondering why it is going to take so long. not least of course, the families of those 239 passengers on board. we really need to remember here, they are waiting.
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they want 100% certainty and confirmation whether this is or not from flight mh-370. this is an international effort. it is crucial to identify. if it is from mh-370 and take that forward. there are experts from malaysia, the united states, the ntsb is coming in. there are prosecutors as well from malaysia and here in france. there is a civil action taking place as well. whether or not this resulted, the plane disappeared as a result of a hijacking or terrorist action. a lot of people need to come together. they are saying they will gather first to a preliminary meeting and then analysis on friday. we know they are already taking a look at the photograph and
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identified two crucial serial numbers. experts from boeing that made the 777 aircraft will be running through their records and trying to match up and see where the serial numbers come from. the only flight that's missing that's a 777 is mh-70. could that be a part from another aircraft? we don't know. >> good to know that the attempt to determine if this is, indeed part of that jet will start before the analysis on wednesday. saima mohsin, thank you so much. let's talk about former inspector general of the department of transportation, mary schiavo and retired pilot, john ransom joining us. mary, i want to start with you. a lot of people are thinking, this has to be the plane. what do you think is taking so long to determine that this is mh-370? do you think it has anything to do with p.r.? they said there was a lot of criticism of authorities prior
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to all of this when the plane disappeared, that they weren't sensitive to the families? do you think they are being particularly cautious. >> no. i think they are following the investigation protocol. not deeonly do they have to identify the part. boeing has said, yes, it is a flapperon and it is a 777 flapperon. there can be a lot of evidence on the part. there is a protocol that you have to follow. literally, every step they do in examining this part will be filmed and photographed. they are going to have to cut it open to also look inside. there are numbers stamped inside on this part. when they do that, they will film that very carefully. they will literally x-ray it, do sonograms on it and do everything they can to get any evidence off of it. there is a lot of protocol to be established.
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the observers will be there too, the malaysians, united states, u.k. is involved in the investigation, australia, et cetera. they will have the parties to the investigation present. it is a logistics problem mostly. >> john, i understand you are 99% convinced this is mh-370. what makes you so certain? >> as mary said, there are a lot of people that have been watching. i heard from within boeing, within a few minutes of the first photographs being released that this was, in fact, a boeing part. the engineers and manufacturing people recognized it right away. since there really aren't any other 777s missing and since this is a boeing 777 part, it is pretty easy to draw that conclusion. >> you think this is the first of many parts you believe are going to wash ashore in that area? >> i'm certainly hoping. having flown over there, there is a lot of water. the islands, whether it is this island or madagascar or
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maricious or rodriguez. there are small bits of land in a bunch of waters. there could be a lot of parts that have gone by and are now back into the circuit. >> i want to ask you real quickly. the fact that this much time has gone by, has this tragedy done anything to modify what is happening in the air right now if a plane would disappear again? in other words, have we learned anything from this so far even without determining whether this is the plane part? have we learned anything about how aviation works in making certain this doesn't happen again? >> we have certainly learned a lot of things. unfortunately, changes have not been made. first and foremost is the ability to track the plane through the automatic downloads of information. in other words, instead of looking for the black box when a plane goes down, the services that provide what's called system status updates as the plane is flying, they produce
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data that can be picked up by the home base of the airline. that hasn't been required and really not a lot of additional airlines have subscribed to that service. that is unacceptable. there is no reason we should ever allow a plane to go missing again. there is lots of speculation about criminal activity, et cetera. there really haven't been any changes to security for the aircraft because of this. >> john ransom, mary schiavo, thank you both so much for your time this morning. i know we're going to be checking back with you in a few minutes. thanks for sticking around. we want to make sure we get your questions answered. i know you have some, regarding mh-370. go to our twitter page and tweet us your questions with the hashtag mh 370 qs. our experts will try to answer them two families hold on to hope. the coast guard has called off the search for two boys that disappeared while boating.
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missing teen boaters. the 14-year-olds family says they are not giving up. they will use a go fund me campaign to continue to look for them. they were missing on july 24g9. their boat capsized was found last sunday, dozens of miles off florida's atlantic coast. the coast guard, take a look at some of these pictures, medically evacuated a 35-year-old woman from a cruise ship near san diego. she was experiencing acute abdominal pain. she was evacuated by helicopter and taken to the hospital for emergency care. prowrestling ledge jen, roddy piper has died. his agent says the 61-year-old passed away in his sleep, sleeves behind a wife and four children and a great legacy. the governor of california has declared a state of emergency this morning. almost two dozen wildfires.
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29 minutes past the hour. nearly two dozen wildfires, think about that. 23 wildfires burning across california right now. here are some of the latest pictures we are dpetigetting in. that's prompted the governor to declare a state of emergency. four years of drought has left this state so bone dry. nearly 8,000 firefighters are battling these flames. unfortunately, the first person has died. firefighter, david ruhl of south dakota, there is his picture. the state forest service is going to hang its flag at half-staff in his honor. we are going to continue to follow this breaking story and have more for you at the top of the hour. certainly, thoughts to his family and colleagues there. we are learning details about a dangerous close call between a drone and a commercial airliner. a drone came within 100 feet of a delta flag that was about to land. the flight and all 159 passengers did land safely.
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the faa is investigating, of course, debris that could be from missing malaysian flights 370 is being taken by car in a sealed box to a french defense ministry lab. that will be where it will be given its anal ses. it even got a police escort. it is believed to be from a boeing 747 that arrived on a jet a short type ago in the second time in the sfas of a month, an undocumented immigrant became accused of murdering someone. this happened in ohio. they became of aware of his status but did not depart him. he is facing a murder and attempted rape charge. susan straus has more on razzo's first appearance in front of a judge. >> i can't set a bond high enough. i cannot set one high enough. so i'm going to set it at $10
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million a hefty bond set by a determined judge to ensure 35 juan emanuel razzo isn't easily bailed out. does he have a passport? >> no. >> a green card? >> not that either. >> how in the hell do i know it is him. >> reporter: at times, the judge become agitated during his arraignment in painesville municipal court on tuesday afternoon on one count of attempted murder. so far, additional charges are expected stemming from a crime spree monday that started with the attempted rap of razo's 14-year-old niece and led to a massive manhunt and ended with one woman shot and wounded on the lake metro park greenway corridor trail and another woman murdered. this exclusive photo obtained by fox 8 news shows lake county authorities finally capturing him after he reportedly shot at deputies. >> somebody we don't know who he is, why he is in this country,
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why he is here illegally and why he allegedly committed a murder. >> while razo showed little emotion, pleading not guilty. the judge became choked up when addressing the family members. >> i am so sorry that you have to be here. from my heart, i feel so sorry for you. >> reporter: investigators say 60-year-old margaret "peggy" caslenek was shot within her home. >> senseless. >> reporter: they said peggy had been a city employee for 27 years and served as his assistant. >> sthe was a person that truly cared about the job she did and the people she saved. >> reporter: a tragic loss that some people think it could have been prevented. the first stop for behaving suspiciously. he admitted to being in the u.s. illegally and reported to border patrol you about released. >> he had committed no crimes,
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so he was not taken into any custody. >> a spokesperson for u.s. cuss tomorrows and border protection responded saying, we are looking into the facts of this case. but, sadly, it comes too late for razo's victims. >> it is crazy to think of anything like that ever happening to anybody around here. >> let's talk about this case with cnn law enforcement analyst and retired nypd detective, harry hawk. good to have you with us. >> good morning. >> federal and local officials pointing fingers when it comes to who is to blame. department of homeland security had this to say. without such a determination, the agents had no legal basis to file a detainer to hold the subject. they offered to meet with the deputies on site and interview the subject in person. the offer was declined and the subject was released. we have about three minutes. let's start with the sheriff's office first. you heard from the sheriff he
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committed no crime. he had no criminal record. the department had no north to detain him. he was in the country illegally. is that not crime enough? do they need more? >> that is to me. what's tragic is that this woman did not have to die. this crime was preventable. the police officers could have taken him into custody clearly knowing he was illegal. why didn't the statement from the officers to the department of homeland security say, listen, this guy admitted he is in the country illegally. why don't you put a detainer on him. it looks like the dhs is the main problem. >> that's the first part. let's go to the dhs. the sheriff's office said he admitted he was in this country illegally. why wasn't that enough for border patrol to interview him in person and not just over the phone. even if the locals declined it, why not go if you know you have
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a potential suspect here. >> that's what i just said. isn't the officer's statements good enough for the department of homeland security to come and detain this gentleman? come on. what are we doing here? it might not be the agents themselves. this might be the policy instituted by the obama administration. they are pointing their fingers at each other. who is to blame? to me, it is the policy. >> let's go to this third element. hola says it is not about his status but, instead, about his mental issues. his father, a u.s. citizen, has been in the country for 40 years, a u.s. citizen. he has applied for a green card status for his son and razo has been waiting in line for 12 years. they say this is not about immigration but problems associated with adult and mental
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illness. your response? >> they are always looking for excuse to point the finger in another direction. i don't care how his mental capacity or not. he should not have been in this country. he should have been taken in custody and in jail and now we would have a lady that would be alive today if that would have happened. harry howe, thank you so much. >> thank you. plane debris found on an island beach is in france. does it belong to missing airlines flight 370. join that conversation and we want to hear your thoughts. mh 370 qs. they are pressuring zimbabwe to extradite the dentist that killed cecil the lion. big night on the octagon for rowdy ronda.
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this is where we get to talk about what you're questions are. i want to let you no he that right now, debris that could be from the wing of missing malaysia flight 370 is heading to a french laboratory. hours after it arrived, it is being taken by car in a sealed box, a police escort to keep it safe. cnn aviation analyst and former inspector general of the department of transportation, mary schiavo with us as well as retired airline captain and chief pilot, john ransom. thank you for being here. our viewers have so many questions. first of all, they want to know, is it reasonable to think that debris had been floating for 14 months or could it have rizing to the surface over time? >> i am thinking in all likelihood, the debris has been floating the whole time. i guess it is possible that some items could begin to float when
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they may break loose from the bulk of the wreckage. in all likelihood the things that are coming ashore have been afloat. >> jody wants to know, would the black boxes be readable if they are found at this point, mary? >> yes, most likely they would be readable if the protective casing and housing of the black boxes has not been breached. it is very heavy protective casing and keeps the salt water out and everything out. if that has been broken, it is possible the salt water could have destroyed it. whatever is on there, that date is preserved unless destroyed by fire or salt water. >> sif wants to know if satellite data can be used to
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track the debris? >> i think the better sources are the people that have done the analysis of the currents in the indian ocean. so far, i spoke with one yesterday that predicted that the debris would end up on reunion island in about a year, a professor at the university of west australia. he was right on the money. >> he was right on. does that give you any indication as to where you think it is? are they searching in the right area, really? >> he believes they are. i think the preponderance of thought is that they are searching in the right area. >> semi adams wants to know, how can these air disasters be averted? are floatable black boxes possible? >> there is a lot of technology, one particular when something is going wrong, a black box would be ejected from the plane with some kind of a flow dags device.
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the better is an extension of what was on air flight 47 which sends messages continuously and throughout flight. if the black box data is continuously downloaded during flight, we wouldn't have to search for the black boxes anymore. i think that should be required. >> yes. it is really intriguing to think about t mary schiavo, john ransom, we appreciate your expertise so much. thank you for being here. >> thank you. new developments in the search for the dentist who killed cecil the lion in zimbabwe. a representative for dr. walter palmer has now reached out to u.s. authorities. this outrage is continuing to grow across the u.s. and in zimbabwe. we have the latest up next. plus, in our next hour, new video of a previous traffic stop involving this university cop charged with murder. what does this tell us about the officer and his adherence or
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new this morning. a representative for the dentist that illegally allegedly killed cecil the lyon has reached out to u.s. authorities fish and wildlife service. they want to talk about dr. walter palmer himself. he went into hiding after there ways international outrage over cecil's killing. if he turns up, he could face extradition. he has started proceedings and
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calling on it's u.s. to cooperate. a white house petition requesting his extradition that has nearly 200,000 signatures so far. david mckenzie has details. >> reporter: the killing of cecil the lyon has touched an emotional nerve around the world. there was much concern about the fate of his more than a dozen cubs. normally, a rival lion would come in and kill him. jerricho, cecil's brother, is protecting those cups. there is a glimmer of hope there. now, the hunter who killed cecil the lion is being hunted by zimbabwe authorities. >> reporter: an iconic lion lured out of his sanctuaries and strapped down with a bow in the middle of the night. it has led to global outrage at dr. walter palmer, the dentist that killed him. palmer temporarily closed his dental practice and has gone to
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ground. now, he could face the law. zimbabwe yan officials working to extradite him. >> all events were properly orchestrated and well-financed to make sure it succeeds. >> reporter: palmer's local guides go on trial next week. if guilty of poaching, they could spend ten years in one of zimbabwe's most notorious prisons. the lawyers say they are innocent and palmer is blaming it all on his local guides. cnn has learned with a hunter with the same name, age, and from the same town as palmer admitted to lying to u.s. authorities in 2006 in the illegal killing of a black bear in wisconsin. palmer's lawyers could not be reached. a spokesman said he had no information on that case. extradition proceedings can be notoriously slow but zimbabwe has a treat with the united states. public pressure is mounting on the obama administration to act.
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more than 100,000 people signed a petition calling for palmer to be sent to zimbabwe to face the law. >> experts say that extraditing palmer to zimbabwe might be unlikely. he has, in fact, contacted the u.s. fish and wildlife service through a representative. they are conducting their own investigation. christie? >> thank you so much. next hour, we are going to be joined by ted simon. he is an international law expert and has details on whether an extradition is possible in this case. >> i want to let you know the governor of california has declared a state of emergency. look at the pictures we are getting in here. we have nearly two dozen wildfires burning across california right now. we are learning a firefighter has died as he was working to put something out. we will learn more on who that man is and how the wildfires
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family died when their small plane crashed. the u.k. is conducting an investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding that crash. look at this staredown, it is not between me and victor. it is two fighters battling tonight in brazil. coy wire is here to talk to us about it. the question is, will one of them fight a man? that's what's out there. >> that's what people want to see and are saying should happen. tonight, ronda rousey will be undefeated in brazil. >> her fights are 1 in 7, her combined opponent's records. they think this woman has a chance. ronda rousey is expected to dominate, tough, rough, riveting and rousing. many people think she could beat a man in the octagon.
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that's how dominant she is. her last three fights lasted a combined 96 second. she obliterates anyone she steps into the octagon with. lebron james says he would only last longs she allowed him to last in the octagon. connor mcgregor said she would throw him on his head in one second flat. there is a lot of talk she could beat a man in the octagon. should ronda rousey fight a man and show how dominant she is. use the hashtag, newdaycnn. i think it would be an interesting, interesting fight to say the very least. >> they are saying she would beat me but they are not saying how good of a fight. >> no one is lining up. >> thank you, coy so much news that we have to tell you about this morning. next hour of your "new day" starts right now.
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a piece of the wing most likely from mh-700 now in france. a small drone 100 feet from the wing of a landing passenger plane. these tiny remote controlled planes are becoming a growing problem in the skies experts say. and, an extradition fight. zimbabwe wants an american dentist to face charges in the death of cecil the lion. is that easy or likely? we are always so grateful to have your company. 7:00 on this saturday morning. good morning to you. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell, always good to be with you. we are starting this hour with breaking news out of california 23 major fires are burning across the state. look, we've got a map here.
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these flames are everywhere. every wild fire being tracked by the state forestry service is being represented here. the governor has declared a state of emergency this morning. >> nearly 8,000 firefighters have been called in to battle all of those flames. we do have some new information about one firefighter who was killed battles the fire. take a look at 38-year-old david rule here of south dakota. he had been with the forest service for 14 years. we understand capital flags in the state will be flown as half-staff in his honor today. >> why is this happening? >> four years of drought have left california so dry governor jerry brown has called it a tinder box. the fire you are seeing now is the rocky fire in northern california. so far, only 5% contained. it has burned more than 18,000 acres. >> the thing is, there is some pretty wicked hot weather coming this weekend, which means firefighters are not going to catch a break here. ivan cabrera has the details. help us understand what these guys are dealing with.
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>> you talk about california and the fire getting going. things getting out of hand very quickly. over a dozen major fires being worked at here. we have fire fighting efforts coming in outside of the state, which is why we have the state of emergency. the governor, himself, called this a tinder box. things are parched. we need water. we haven't had water in four years. any significant amount here. we continue with this incredible drought. updating you again, 18,000 acres have already been burned. weather conditions are not going to be helpful. high temperatures into the 80s and 90s by the afternoon. as the temperatures go up, the relative humidity goes down. another thing we get will be the winds. as far as containment, they have a window through the overnight
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hours, that's why the humidity is high and the temperatures are low. through the day, it is going to be tough going. guys? >> ivan, with he appreciate it. thank you so much. >> could a baranacle-covered piece of a plane's wing unlock the mystery to what happened to malaysian flight 370. debt bring found washed ashore on a west indian island has now been taken in a sealed box by car to a state-of-the-art laboratory for analysis. it arrived at a paris airport on a jet. ntsb and boeing teams are headed to france to join this investigation. saima mohsin is there. whe . >> reporter: that's what we are looking to. we are hoping the answers come sooner rather than later.
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those two crucial serial numbers are being checked through boeing's records as we speak while the piece makes its way down south to where i am here at the lab. those serial numbers could lead us to identifying not only the fact that whether or not this piece really is a flapperon from the right wing of a 777 aircraft. crucially, the question so many people want answered, is it from flight mh-370. it is the only missing plane we know of and definitely the only one in the indian ocean. parts are often exchanged. experts aren't willing to say it is from mch-370. we are holding out a lot of hope. people are flying in from all over the world, malaysia, both malaysian judges and aviation authorities, experts from france
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will come here. we are not expecting them to meet in earnest and start analyzing this piece until wednesday. it is run by the ministry of defense. it is shut for the weekend. they won't get here until monday. perhaps some scientists and experts who look into air crash investigations will start carrying out their experiments and what do they hope to find from that, victor? they will be taking a look at that piece and taking particular care to analyze where it is torn away from the aircraft, because the angles of the way it is torn. any kind of chemicals that are left on that will perhaps identify whether it came off in the air or did it come off on impact with the sea? right at the top there, you mentioned those barnacles as well. marine experts are looking at those to see just how long that has been at the sea. there is a lot more information to come, not just
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identification. crucially, 239 passengers family and loved ones want to know not just where they are about you what happened to them. >> they want to know when there is 100% certainty, nothing less. saima mohsin, thank you so much. let's talk about another developing story. a dangerous close call between a drone and a commercial airliner over the city of new york. the drone reportedly came within 100 feet of crashing into a delta flight that was about to land. cnn's nick valencia is live with the latest. nick, what have you learned this morning? >> reporter: a very close call in the nation's busiest air space. according to the faa, this may happen a lot more often than we care to believe. the latest incident happening at jfk between a drone and a commercial air flight airliner during its most critical phase of landing.
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>> yeah, about a mile back there was a drone flying just on the southwest side of this abandoned airport here. >> what altitude did you say that was? >> i would say probably about 100 feet below us, just off right wing. >> reporter: dale ta flight prepares to land with 154 people on board. the jet, just 1700 feet above the ground when the pilot spots a drone on the southwest side of the plane just about 100 feet below. >> did you, by any chance, get the color or type? >> no, i was not close enough to be able to tell. >> then, jfk tower warned other pilots of the possible danger flying around them. >> jetblue 943, use caution on arrival. the one ahead of you reported a drone at floit bennett. >> yeah, we're watching out for it. >> they said, without a doubt, this was a close call.
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he explains a drone flying within 100 feet of a plane can easily get sucked into an engine or worse. >> these drones are made with aircraft aluminum, similar to the aircraft it is about to strike. going into an engine can destroy an engine or going into the cockpit window can injure or kill a pilot. >> scares like this happen more often than you think. they report 25 drone incidents each month. in the case of delta flight 407, the plane landed safely. they are now investigating the incident. >> a drone is not supposed to fly above 400 feet or get within five miles of a commercial airport. they are looking for whoever operated this drone. they could face federal charges. christie? >> let's bring in mary schiavo now. she is a cnn aviation analyst and former inspector general. good to have you back.
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i want to start where nick left off. these charges that could have been faced by this person? >> absolutely. both the faa and the federal bureau of investigation are working together. where they can find persons that have violated drone laws, they can find them. it is tough to find them often. with are they can find them, they do prosecute and vig or usually. >> there are new regulations relating to drones. do you expect there will be more now that this number of drone incidents is increasing? >> well, you know, the regulations keep them away. the existing regulations, before we had drone regulations, would have kept them out of the airport operations area where you have to be under air traffic control for the largest airports. i do anticipate additional requests for more regulation, including registering drone numbers and sellers of drones will have to have the buyer,
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purchaser of the drones in some ways much like federal firearms laws. so with we know who is buying them and where they are. so if something like this does happen, we will know who whose control the drones belong to. >> do you think acquiring a drone is too easy now. anecdotally, someone told us, you could buy them at a hardware store for $100? >> they have been available like that for at least eight or so years. i think i bought my first one maybe ten years ago. they are cheap. they are available. they work well. you have to follow the law and the rules when you do it. there is a huge issue when you fly them over somebody else's property because technically they have air rights. the supreme court has nod weighed in on where the rights end, where that dividing line is, other than air space.
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>> can these individual jurisdictions, the cities where these airports are, are we seeing a trend where they are creating or writing their own ordinances to protect their individual airports? >> well, they have tried to and they want to. several cities have tried to do that. the federal aviation administration said, wait a minute. only we can write air operations and drone laws and aircraft laws. only we can do that except they haven't defined except to say they have to be below 400 feet. they can't give drone operators the rights to go over people's property. that falls under property law. that doesn't fall under the area given to the federal aviation administration to administer. a huge gap in the law coverage that the faa probably can't address. they don't have the jurisdiction. >> mary schiavo, thank you so much. >> thank you. we have some new video of a previous traffic stop involving
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a university cop charged with murder. so this is a separate incident from where the murder charge is stemming. what does this tell us about this officer and his adherence or nonadherence to department protocol. we have the video. we are going to talk to our experts and show all of it to you also. we have new developments in the search for the dentist who killed cecil the lion in zimbabwe. a representative for walter paul her has reached out to u.s. authorities. this as outrage continues to grow, not only across the u.s. but in zimbabwe as well. we have the latest in just a moment. stay close. leave early go roam sleep in sleep out star gaze dream big wander more care less beat sunrise chase sunset do it all. on us. get your first month's payment plus five years wear and tear coverage.
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tensing. at least five people were put into handcuffs and police cars. we have seen the video where he was shot and killed. it has been at the center of the story and what led to charges being filed against tensing. here is something that's coming to light this morning. video of another contentious traffic stop involving officer tensing. last may, he pulled over two black men who felt that they weren't being treated fairly. take a look at the exchange he had about passenger demetrius pace. >> i need your name and date of birth. >> demetrius. >> i need your date of birth. >> i'm not giving you that. >> if you refuse to identify yourself, we have a charge. >> what's the charge, what's the charge? >> i just told you my name. >> why are you interrupting me? >> i'm not. >> step out of the car. >> what's the charge? >> step out of the car. >> what am i stepping out for? >> identify yourself. >> i just told you who i was. i'm asking for your supervisor. >> it doesn't matter.
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>> are we free to go? can you write the ticket so we are free to go? >> what are we doing? >> you are being detained. >> you guys wanted a supervisor. >> it don't matter. >> law enforcement analyst joining us now. first of all, i'm wondering what your first reaction is to that video, harry? >> here, you have a car stop for an equipment violation. the officer can ask the passenger for his identification. if he refuses, he refuses. just write the summons here for the bumper being broken and let them go on their merry way. the fact is that the police officer had stopped them and they both fit the description of an armed robbery suspect, it would have been a different story where the officer could have pulled them out of the vehicle and identified both of them. >> you hit it on the head. the car's bumper was apparently
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dragging. is that protocol to ask somebody to step out of the car? >> it is not protocol but an officer can ask the driver to step out of the vehicle. he can also command them to come out of the vehicle for his own safety. >> was there anything in that video, harry, that you saw, that would make you feel if you were in that officer's shoes at that moment, would you have felt threatened in any way, enough so to ask them to step out of the car based on what we saw? >> there is nothing there that makes me feel i would be in danger. the guy is upset that he got pulled over. everybody gets upset when they get pulled over. the officer didn't have any suspicious of any other crime being committed by these two or the driver himself, he could have took a little bit more action. he didn't. it is a car stop. write the guy a summons and let him go. >> i know the men asked for a supervisor.
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that man came and he diffused the situation. for reference, is that a smart thing to do? if you don't agree, can you say i want to talk to a supervisor. what's the protocol? do they usually come out to the scene? >> you can say whatever you want. if i'm stopping you for a possible felony or some other crime, your not going to get a chance to request. i am getting you out of the car because you fit the description of a suspect. on something like this, you are requesting a supervisor. can you call your supervisor? yeah. you don't have to call your supervisor. i would have just wrote the guy a ticket and let them go on their merry way here. this shouldn't have escalated to the point it did. >> harry houck, thanks for being with us. the coast guard has called off their search for two missing florida teens. at lease thet have said it has
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29 minutes past the hour. good morning. hillary clinton's campaign is opening up about her money and her health. clinton and her husband paid $43 million in federal taxes since 2007. in a declaration of her personal
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health, her doctor says, she is fit to serve as president. there is a new batch of her e-mails that have been released. let's break this down. they paid $43 million since 2007. i didn't mention the $141 million they made over that period of time. what else did we learn? >> those numbers are significant. there is certainly a lot of additional information in this new wave of disclosures. clinton's doctor out with a medical summary with regard to the blood clot that gave her a concussion. the doctor says it has been resolved but she does take blood thinners daily as a precaution. the campaign releasing the last eight years of their tax returns showing bill and hillary clinton earning over $140 million total over the course of the
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seven-year time. they paid $57.5 million in federal and local taxes combined with an overall tax rate of 45.8% in the last year. they donated slightly over 10% of their income to charity for a total of $14 million. the campaign has been the touting that this release with the previous records makes available 38 years of clinton tax returns. they are eager not only to show transparency but also trying to draw a contrast with other candidates like jeb bush who has released 33 years of his own financial records. we are seeing clinton start to take some jabs at bush more directly. in florida, they were addressing the same audiences and clinton took one of her most direct attacks by bush. it was a not so subtle hit on bush when she used his right to rise superpac finding. >> i don't think you can
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credibly say everybody has a right to rise and say you are for phasing out medicare or for repealing obamacare. people can't rise if they can't afford health care. they can't rise if the minimum wage is too low to live on. >> bush did not respond to clinton or take her on when he was on the stage shortly after. his communications, tim miller, he did. tweeting clintonesque move to pass over a chance to unite in favor of a false, cheap shot when you have no record of accomplishment to point to. this could be a preview of some fierce battles ahead. >> thank you so much. let's talk more about the clinton campaign and the upcoming gop debate with democratic strategist, maria cardona and republican strategist, lisa booth. let's start, maria, where sunlen just left off. this shot, using "right to
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rise." the bush superpac. why jeb bush and why now? >> first of all, she was in jeb bush's backyard. a great opportunity for her to focus on what she has done and her record of fighting for african-americans. she was at the national urban league. so it was definitely appropriate to fight for other minorities and frankly to fight for middle class families which is the foundation of her campaign and the fact that middle class families in all of america who are looking to go forward and to have success in this economy, she is the one they can trust to fight for each and every sing daily versus jeb bush who has a failed record as governor of fighting for those exact same constituents, specially the african-american community in terms of, for example, voting rights, which is something we didn't see in the sound bite when you have a governor that actually signed a law that would
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make it harder for african-americans, latinos and other minorities to vote. you can't focus on your accomplishments when it comes to this constituency. it was a great opportunity to outline those issues that are going to be important. >> one can credibly talk about one's right to rise if you don't stand up for their right to vote. what's your response there? >> maria talking about hillary clinton's stance on the middle east. a continuation from president obama where middle class families have seen their pay suffer and their opportunities reduced under president obama. middle class families are worse off than before when president obama took office. i find it interesting that hillary clinton is being so transparent with her taxes and with her health when she has not been transparent with her e-mails. we know she has knowingly deleted tens of thousands of e-mails. we know there was classified information in some of those e-mails and we also know because of that lack of transparency,
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there is a general distrust among voters. we have seen that in the latest quinnipiac polls where she is losing to republican candidates in critical states like iowa, colorado, and virginia. what i also find is interesting is actually on the question of does this candidate care about me, hillary clinton is upside down on that question in those key critical states. i think hillary clinton is going to have a really difficult time convincing normal, everyday americans that, one, they can trust or or, two, she has their best interest at heart. >> i notice how jeb bush's answer didn't come up in the answer. let's go to donald trump. he tried to lower expectations about how he will do in this upcoming debate and in the race? >> listen. i'm not a debater. i produce jobs. i never did that before. i never stood at a podium and debated a large number of people. i've never debated before. i am not a debater. i get things done. i don't talk about it.
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i get it done. politicians talk about it. these guys debate every night of their leife. that's all they do is debate. >> for someone who criticizes politicians, lisa, he sounds a lot like a politician there. >> he is trying to set expectations. look, debates are incredibly difficult. that's why we have folks like jeb bush who have said that they have been intensive studying that's going on with these candidates. they are preparing to be able to lay out and differentiate themselves between the other candidates. these debates are huge and the stakes are high. republican candidates have spent more than $8 million. the stakes are huge with a crowded primary field. >> can donald trump lose this debate? reporters have debunked and refuted many of the claims that have been made by donald trump
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and he continues to climb in the polls. >> what's interesting about donald trump, he has completely flipped political convention wisdom on his head. every time he has uttered absurdities, where the political pundits say this is it for donald trump, it has bumped him up in the polls. i think this debate will be different and differentiate willing. we don't know how he will do. we have never seen him in this forum before. one of the biggest challenges for the rest of the republicans is going to be how do you differentiate yourself from someone like trump who completely takes the oxygen out of the room and specially, for example, on an issue like immigration. are you going to go further to the right of donald trump to be able to differentiate yourself from him in this republican debate which, as we've seen from the people who come out to vote
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s it in the primaries, is a very important issue to them? it didn't work so well for john mccain. i am very excited for this upcoming debate. >> beyond the content and the policy is the logistics of it. is he going to follow the lights and bells and 90 seconds? we'll see. he has his work cut out for him. >> to be seen, victor. grab your popcorn. still to come, new violence in the middle east. a toddler's death in an arson attack sparked protest. a palestinian teenager is dead because of those clashes. it seems the hunter may now be the hunted. zimbabwe wants this man accused of killing cecil the lion, they want him to be extra dated for illegal hunting. where is he?
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42 minutes past the hour. clashes between palestinian officials and israeli troops turned violent. a palestinian teenager has died, shot by israeli forces. what you are seeing here is the video of that teen's funeral. he was taking parts in protests after the home of a palestinian family was burned in the west bank and that arson attack killed a toddler. cnn's ian lee is with us from jerusalem. what more do we know about this
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teenager that died? >> we know yesterday he was out protesting because of the death of that toddler early yesterday morning killed in an arson attack allegedly by israeli sett settlers. we saw protest across the west bank and here in jerusalem. this palestinian teen that was killed was shot three times. he went to the hospital. he died there. israeli army is saying that he tossed a molotov cocktail at troops and that's when they responded with fire and just recently, we saw his funeral take place to a large number of people attending and these sorts of situations can escalate and snowfall. >> three palestinians have died in the last 24 hours. how concerned and prepared are authorities for some sort of escalation? >> well, it started with that toddler. then, we saw the protests and then this teenager was killed in
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that protest. there are more protests. these do have that chance to continue to snowfall and continue to see this violence. they can be very unpredictable and continue for quite some time. last summer, we saw a continuation of violence that ultimately led to the war in gaza. this is very concerning for both the palestinian authority as well as israeli officials. this he would like to see the tensions ease in this to fizzle out. right now, it really is on the streets, these protests that really are pushing this forward. >> we know israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said he was shocked over this reprehensible attack and he is vowing to find those responsible. what kind of resources are israeli forces or have you seen them giving to that effort to find who is responsible? how likely is it that they will
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find them? >> we are hearing that there is at least two men involved in this attack possibly more. we really haven't heard where that investigation is going. a lot of skepticism among the palestinians that there will be people held accountable. they accuse the governments and settlers of acting with impunity, accusing them of being protected by the army. it is really going to be up to the prime minister to prove, to show that, yes, these people will be held accountable, that they will be caught. right now, a lot of people are skeptical that that could happen. yesterday, we have heard some of the strongest words we have ever heard from the prime minister calling this a terrorist attack but, still, we'll have to wait to see if these people are actually held accountable. >> ian lee, thank you so much for the update. we appreciate it. >> a representative for the man accused of killing cecil, the lion, has reached out to u.s. authorities but the dentist, walter palmer, he is still in
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themselves. if he turns up after hiding, he could face extradition. and there's a white house petition requesting his extradition with nearly 200 c signatures so far. ted hunter is here with us, thank you for being here with us. first for extradition, we have to start with charges here. >> yeah, that's correct. i mean, i think what we have is a great deal of public outcry and outrage. hopefully that will not out distance proper procedure and due process. because, as you know, there is an extradition treaty between zimbabwe and the united states. however, any extradition treaty is an agreement between two
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countries that outlines the procedures and the rules and the required documents that must be supplied in the first and foremost that has to happen in a prerequisite. the arrest charges and charging documents have to be issued. so this is a bit of alice in wonderland. you know the old story there, punishment first and then the trial. here we have a call for extradition but yet there's no charging documents or an arrest warrant. so something is very unusual here. >> do you expect that is a formality here with charges coming? >> well, i couldn't characterize it as a formality. it's a basic prerequisite. i have never heard of a matter where they call for the extradition before there are charges. whether or not charges will be forthcoming is another question. you know, in zimbabwe as in the united states, it's insufficient for a person to simply commit an
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act, the person also has to commit that act with the requisite wrongful intent. and that is the question in this case. and we have heard the doctor issue a statement that says that he complied lawfully and relied upon professional guides and did not do anything unlawful. that remains to be a factual question, but still its incumbent upon the zimbabwe authorities to issue an arrest warrant, charging documents that explain the act and the intent. and so far there is no arrest warrant and no charge. i'm not calling for one and i'm not not calling for one, but i think we have to be very careful and also be mindful that in zimbabwe just like the united states, every essential element must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. so with all those things in mind, and despite the fact that this is a horribly unpopular
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event and he's clearly become an unpopular subject, we can't let that overshadow due process, the rule of law and to assure the requirements of any extradition request are complied with. this is a very complex matter. >> before we get out of time, i want to get to the landowner and the guide. do you believe they could face charges and quite possibly face charges instead of dr. palmer? >> well, i don't know if instead of. each case will be individually determined. with respect to those develop individuals, as i understand it, both were called in. one was charged. that was the guide. but the landowner, i don't believe he was ultimately charged. so the guide has been leased on bail. he has a pending case. i don't think it's in one unstead of the other. each has to rise on their own merit or lack of merit. and it may be or may not be that the guide is guilty.
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and whether he's guilty or not guilty may or may not impact upon dr. palmer. >> of course. >> palmer made it very clear. he has made it very clear that he -- >> i'm sorry to have to jump in here, but we've got to go. >> yeah, i don't know whether or not he's actually in hiding or protecting his own safety. and i don't think that's relevant. >> protecting his safely. ted simon, thank you so much for joining us. sorry, we have to cut it off. we need to talk about the state of emergency in california right now. a nearly two dozen major fires are returning through the state. and there's the first report this morning of a death there as well because of the fires. also, ufc champ rhonda rousey is promising to punish her challenger tonight in the fight. should she fight a man? you can weigh in on twitter. we want to hear from you.
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that's what we look like during the break. >> yes, you're taking my camera time. two fighters, channmpion rhonda rousey will have an event tonight. the ufc paper view showing in brazil. the most devastating loss she
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has ever given. >> we really are in a mo monumentous moment for women. you had jen walter from the arizona cardinals coaching the training camp. wonderful moments for sports. now rhonda rousey. she's so dominant she could beat a man in the octagon. a lot of people want to see it. and we asked you, should she take her talents and fight men? because women don't have enough to challenge her. here's what leah said, i think rousey should test her skills against a man in thing ring. why not? it would be an awesome fight. there's nothing wrong with a woman breaking into a man's sport if she's worthy.
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if she wins, the sports world will forever be on fire. michael says, definitely not. would the female court of public opinion paint this young man as misogynistic and an abuser? the optics of this would be terrible. albert says, if you win, fought a woman. if you lose, fought a woman. if you lose, lose for any man to step in the ring. she is worthy but society isn't ready. although she would give herself a chance, she doesn't belief it would send a right message. >> to see a man hit ament with, that's not going to go over well. >> but thank you for the comments. stay with us. we have a busy morning of news. >> the next hour of "new day" starts right now. breaking news out of california, nearly two dozen wildfires burning. many of them out of control. hundreds of thousands of acres
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scorched. now one firefighter has died. and talk about a close call. a small drone just 100 feet from the wing of a landing passenger plane. as the tiny remote-controlled plane, the drone we should say, experts say are becoming a growing problem in the skies. and an undocumented immigrant charged with murder and the attack comes after police learn his immigration status. this morning finger pointing from the local and federal government over who is responsible here. one minute past 8:00 right now. so grateful for your company, as always. thank you for being here. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. >> we want to share information about the wildfires raging across california right now. we are talking 23 major fires burning as we speak. and that's prompted the governor to declare a state of emergency room this morning. that declaration allows the national guard to step in here
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and bring with them nine helicopters. and the choppers are being used to push back the flames, obviously. >> sadly, one of the fires has claimed its first victim. 38-year-old dave rule. he has been with the department for 13 years. flags will be flown at half-staff. >> and the rocky fire is only 5% contained at this point. >> we'll bring in the public officer here that runs the response. domenick, give us the latest on conditions and where the fire is headed. >> sure. as you guys said, we are up to 18,000 acres right now. the fire is burning in treacherous conditions as far as the terrain goes. we have a lot of steep inaccessible terrain which causes the fire to make great heeded runs up the aspect of the
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hill and continue on. luckily as of now mother nature has given and us a cool offshore wind that has brought in some humidity and better to fire down this evening. yesterday it was making a run to many of the towns in the area to the west. but with the cool air in the night, it is going to the east now and we hope it stays going that way for a little while. >> domenick, i know without rain humidity is something you can hope for. i understand that in these cases fighting from the fire with the helicopters that drop retardant and water in many cases over the fire helps, but the ability to fight this from the ground, what are the resources available in taking this one down? >> we have a lot of resources on the fire. 1300 personnel. and the priority for resources is really the people and the residents. so we are allocating a lot of
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the resources around structure protection, which is what you guys see from the air where the firefighters are surrounding each home and defending the homes as the fire passes. >> any numbers? >> sorry? >> i'm sorry, go ahead and finish that thought. >> i'm sorry. the other source we use is for containment lines. we are scraping soils to make a line. >> any number on the people who have deny displaced? >> i can tell you about 6,100 structures are threat upped right now. unfortunately, we have had 28 structures destroyed and two damaged. i'm unsure of the amount of people displaced. >> domenick polito there with the rocky mountain national
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service. 18,800 acres burned and very little containment at this hour. domenick, thank you so much. >> you're welcome. the firefighters will not be getting a break. we are joining now with ivan cabrera in the cnn weather center. >> it is not just one fire but we are talking more than a dozen major wildfires burning in california. and what makes this terrible to fight is the ongoing drought we have had for years. california, 46% of the state under exceptional drought. upwards very difficult for firefighters to fight. yes, it's a tinderbox in california. we'll show you what is going on specifically with the lake county fire. 18,000 acres, 5% contained and 61 structures under threat from this fire. we'll show you what is happening over the next several hours
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here. we have the marine layer here with the humidity up. no rain but that does help. and then during the afternoon as temperatures, look at this, begin to climb into the 80s and the low 90s, the winds pick up as well and the relative humidity begins to go down as well. that's going to be the case heading throughout the upcoming weekend here with temperatures into the 90s and a bit of a break heading into monday, 89. hopefully by then containment higher up. but what makes it difficult, the weather conditions and the fact that we have the drought and the steep terrain to make it difficult to actually get to where the fires are burning. guys? ivan, thank you so much. >> i want to talk to you know about the developing story we are following. a dangerous close call between a drone and a commercial airliner over new york city. the drone reportedly comes within 100 feet of crashing into a delta flight that was about to land. cnn's nick valencia has been examining this and have the latest for us. what have you learned?
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>> scary stuff, indeed. good morning. the fbi says this happened at jfk, the nation's busiest air space. >> about a mile back there was a drone flying just on the southwest side of this abandoned airport here. >> at what altitude did you say that was? >> i would say probably about 100 feet below us. just off the right wing. >> the jet just 1700 feet above the ground when the pilot spots a drone on the southwest side of the plane just about 100 feet below. >> any chance did you get the color or type? >> no, it's not close enough to be able to tell. >> reporter: then jfk tower warned other pilots to the danger floating around them. >> jetblue 943, use caution on
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arrival. the one that's ahead of you reported a drone that flew right under it. >> yeah, we're on -- so we're probably considerably higher than we should be. >> a drone going into an engine can destroy an engine, into a cockpit window can injure a pilot or scare a pilot. >> reporter: the faa reports 25 drone incidents each month. in the case of delta flight 407, the plane landed safely but now the faa is investigating the incident. now there are laws that limit drones and where they can fly. they are not supposed to fly above 400 feet or get within 5 miles of a commercial aircraft. investigators are looking for the operator of this drone and
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they could face federal charges. nick valencia, thank you. >> we have with us former military pilot justin green, good to have you. put potential danger here in front of the hudson. a drone can take down a commercial airliner and is a very serious and growing problem. >> are there laws being broken here -- it was on the airport property or very close to it. but was it in the path of this landing jet? >> what's interesting is that the industry and the growth of drones is getting ahead of the regulators. the regulators are trying to deal with this growing problem. i don't think it really matters what rules are out there because the people -- most people don't
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know what the rules are. i have a commercial license and have been trained and train private pilots on how to fly the aircraft, where to fly and where not fly. but people buying drones have no training at all. i can buy a drone today and give it to my 14-year-old kid who can fly it on his iphone. that's the problem is the people bring these places. >> should there be licensing for drones? how do you get over the hump, there are laws but the people flying the drones don't know what they are? >> i think what has to be -- i don't think we'll go to licensing, especial ly if you se
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a commercial regime. but to fly commercial drones is a very involved process with the faa. the private drops are the ones that are flying into the air space. the private drones are getting close to airplanes. and the private ones are really kind of a wild mess. i believe there has to be execution, but finding the drone operator is difficult. >> we'll have you back during the 10:00 eastern hour. justin green, thank you so much. the plane debris thought to be from missing malaysia mh370 is in france this morning. what investigators are trying to determine from this piece taken from the beach to the lab. plus, an undocumented immigrant held on a $10 million bond after a violent crime
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what could be a critical clue in the mystery of what happened to missing malaysia airlines flight 370 should arrive at the state-of-the-art laboratory in france in just a few hours. a piece of the plane's wing or one of the wings is there, and officials are confident it's from a boeing 777. it arrived at the paris airport a short time ago and boarded an airfrance jet from the island where it washed ashore.
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now simone mosa is here to tell us what is going to happen over the next few days, short-term and long term? >> reporter: the team says they are a team of experts and they will be looking at this very carefully, indeed. now in the short-term, i'm going to step aside to show you this is very quiet. a facility run by the minister of defense, by the way. and they have looked at all kinds of engine repair. so it's shot for the weekend and no work will be carried out until monday morning where the scientists get their first look at this. then we understand on wednesday, not until then, are the experts that are flying in from all around the world going to come to take a look. and analyzing it, these include members from malaysia as well as in france.
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four nationals there, families, have filed a civil case that they want armed services after being involved in terrorism. so there are judicial experts and air crash investigators coming, including from the ntsb. what are they looking for? of course, that this is definitely from a 777 aircraft. we know the only one missing is flight mh370. then they obviously have to match it from being like mh370. and taking you forward into what happened, they will take this piece and it's a part of the wing. we believe it to be the flaperon from the right wing of an aircraft. that deploys effectively when you look out to the plane. look at where it came away from the plane. that edge there can give them so
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much detail. did it come away midair when the frame was still up in the sky? did it come away in the water of the plane as it hit the ocean. and they will take it forwards and might be able to avoid it for exexam /*ample. there's a lot of information they can get from this when it finally gets here this evening. victor? >> a lot to look into. thank you. we'll talk to sea operations specialist tim taylor. tim, thank you so much for being with us. here's the thing, the debris was found 2300 miles from the search zone. my question to you is, what will this tell us and based on the currents that you have studied
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about the search zone for the rest of the plane itself? >> the university of australia's model are extremely accurate. frankly, since the accident they have been collecting data and building the models on realtime information. it's not like they are going back in history and trying to understand what happened over the last year. but what is accurate is the model moving forward. this is one end data point. they will need many more to be really accurate in modeling backwards. one is great but it's still not enough to change their opinion on the debris. >> we know a suitcase washed
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ashore in the same vicinity. how likely do you think that more debris will be found at this point? >> well, the suitcases may not be from the plane. there's a lot of things that float ashore. there's -- it's very highly unlikely. this part of the plane is floating pretty miraculous. this guy had air pockets this morning and normally this would not have a potential to sink. you'll find flotation devices and luggage and things that can have a higher potential to float and different characteristics. this wing section was 98% under water so it's going to be driven by the currents, not necessarily the wind.
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for the second time in about a month, an undocumented immigrant has been accused of murdering someone. this comes after authorities in ohio were aware of that person's status but did not detain or deport that person. we're talking state and federal. the suspect in this case returns to court on monday facing a murder charge along with an attempted rape charge. our affiliate has more on his first appearance in front of a judge. >> i can't set the bond high enough. i cannot set one high enough, so i'm going to set it at $10 million. >> reporter: a hefty bond set by a determined judge to ensure juan emmanuel razzo is not easily bailed out. >> does he have a passport? does he have a green card? >> no. >> then how the hell do i know
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it's him? >> reporter: he was held in municipal court on tuesday afternoon on one count of attempted murder. so far additional charges are expected stemming from a crime spree monday that started with the attempted rape of razzo's 14-year-old niece. then led to a massive manhunt and ended with one woman shot and wounded on the lake metro park's green corridor trail and another woman murdered. this exclusive photo obtained by fox 8 news shows lake county authorities finally capturing razzo after he reportedly shot at deputies. >> we don't even know who he is, why he's in this country, why he's here illegally and why he allegedly committed a murder. >> reporter: while razzo showed little emotion pleading not guilty, the judge became choked up when addressing the family members. >> i'm so sorry that you have to be here from my heart. i feel so sorry for you. >> reporter: investigators say
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60-year-old margaret peggy cosilmick was shot in her home. she was a city employee for 27 years and most recently served as an assistant. >> she was a person who truly cared about the job she did and the people she served. >> reporter: a tragic loss that something could have been prevented. the lake county sheriff's deputies first stopped razzo on july 7th for behaving suspiciously. he was later released. >> and he had committed no crimes so he was not taken into any custody. >> reporter: a spokesperson for u.s. customs and border protection responded to fox 8 saying, quote, we are looking into the facts of this case. but sadly, it comes too late for razzo's having tips. >> it's crazy. you don't think about that
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happening to anybody around here. >> thanks to suzanne stratford for reporting there. we want to talk to defense attorney scott bolan. he has no passport, so how do you even begin to defend this? >> well, the reality is there's a lot of evidence against him. and the idea is whether he gets deported, he's going to serve time in the u.s. if he is convicted. the reality is, how did he fall through the system and how did on july 7th he not either get deported or get what we call a notice to appear in court that would determine his status. if the report was saying his petition was approved and he was on a green card hold list, then that would come out. but this individual admitted
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that he was an illegal alien. even though he committed a crime, you can't issue a detainer hold. but the reality is the notice to appear where immigration had taken him and issued a notice to appear would have prevented this. >> i was going to say, if your opinion, who dropped the ball? >> well, in my opinion more should have been done. immigration reform starts at home and our people implementing them have to be, have to do their job, if you will. and here, i think, our immigration service with the feds should have done more. there was no crime, but the reality is we have an individual admitting to being here illegally and is allowed to walk because i think immigration should have said, but we can send you to the mta department. and the mta can come out to give you a notice to appear, which in ten days he has to appear before an immigration judge to determine whether he should be deported or not. if he was here illegally or legally, that will determine if he'll stay or be deported based
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on that. at least you probably would have gotten more information from him. and if he didn't want to tell who he is or wanted to lie about it with no identification, it would not have violated his rights by holding him. he's violating our laws of the u.s. by not cooperating or just identifying who you are to determine what your status here is in this country. >> and last question here real quickly, what are the things or one of the things that stands out in that piece is the emotion of the judge. have you seen that before? is that unusual? >> well, it's preliminary in the sense that it's the arraignment. the defendant has not been found guilty of anything, but there's a lot of evidence and a lot of evidence will be presented at the arraignment. and while that's unusual, listen, i was listening to the judge and read this report. and i've got to tell you, it chokes me up, too. because this individual being allowed to walk out of the county jail, we've had this woman who was killed that would be alive.
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and these other two victims of attempted murder and attempted rape would not have experienced that. and that's tough. that's tough. >> scott bolden, thank you for your expertise and sharing it with us. we want to keep this going on our twitter and facebook pages. let us know what you just heard this morning. you remember donald trump highlighted the murder of a california woman by undocumented immigrants to expose the flaws in the people here in the country illegally. now that there's this second violent encounter in ohio, will candidates strengthen their reviews on immigration and deportation law sflaws? we'll see debate that next. and friends and family members of whitney houston's daughter will gather today to lay bobbi kristina brown to rest
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today. that's coming up this hour.
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the killings of two women allegedly at the hands of undocumented immigrants over the last month have now given more prominence to the issue of immigration and elevated the issue. the most recent woman who we just talked about was margaret castallani. and kate steinley was killed in san francisco. donald trump highlighted that and is continuing to make it a large part of the first gop that will be this thursday.
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listen to what trump told max costa this week. >> i will build a wall and mexico will build it and be happy to pay for it. because mexico is making so much money from the united states that it will be peanuts. all the characters say they won't pay because they don't know the first thing to negotiating. trust me, mexico will pay for it. >> joining us now to talk about this, democratic strategist lisa cordona and strategist lisa booth. i want to hear what you say about this. if the other candidates will engage donald trump in a serious back and forth over immigration or if they will try to speak past him on this considering all the backlash he's received about his comments in his launch speech. >> well, i hope they engage because this is an important issue. but i think it is important to differentiate between immigration and illegal immigration. look, america, we allow 1 million people to come here per year illegally, which is more than any other country. that's a great thing because we are a nation of immigrants.
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but we are also anation of laws. and the deaths in ohio and california really put that to the forefront. and look, if you look at sanctuary cities and the first nine months of last year, sanctuary cities denied 9,000 requests from i.c.e. to detain illegal immigrants in local mess custody. 62% of the individuals were either previously charged or convicted of a crime. so i think we do need to look at the aspect of illegal immigration in this country. >> maria, secretary clinton said that there seems to be a full and equal path to full and equal citizenship. governor chris christie just said yesterday it's pandering and, quote, a path to citizenship is garbage. he was at this pizzaria when he said that. >> i hope he continues to say those things, victor. because we have seen the issue of immigration has been nothing but quick sand for republican candidates in the past two presidential elections. and it will continue to be that
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because they will sink if they start talking about immigration the way that chris christie is. the fact of the matter is the majority of americans understand that immigration is a huge problem in this country. they also understand that the way to fix it is bypassing a comprehensive immigration reform legislation that includes tough border security as well as a pathway to citizenship for the undocumented immigrants who have done nothing but support their families in this country, contributed to the economy in this country and contributed to the fabric of what our country is, which is a country of immigrants. >> how big of a deal is this? because this recent cnn poll shows that the issue voters care most about is the economy. immigration policy here falls in third place. lisa first and then maria you finish up. how big of a deal is the discussion over immigration this cycle? >> well, look, even hispanics in
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this country care about jobs. everyone cares about jobs. that's at the forefront of everyone's mind. so that's obviously the most important issue heading into the 2016 elections. but look, the difference between what maria just said is differentiating between illegal immigration. immigration is a great thing. we are a nation of immigrants. but we are also a nation of laws and what we have seen with these vent deaths in ohio and california is the breakdown of our nation's laws. so the breakdown in communications between local and federal authorities. and i think we need to take a real hard look at the laws and those broken aspects of the laws before we discuss comprehensive immigration. and look, if you look at the comprehensive immigration bill, that would do nothing to address the legality as the border. that's the big problem here. >> all right, maria, finish it up. 30 seconds. >> so two things, first of all the immigrant population is much less likely or the undocumented immigrant population much less likely to commit a crime in this country than americans are.
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so let's just put to rest the idiocies donald trump put out there. if they don't, you will see them sink like john mccain did and mitt romney did when they include the comprehensive immigration reform. >> good to have you both. >> good to be here, victor. well, women coaching men. it's rare in professional sports but that may be changes, coy wire. outstanding, commanding, demanding, women have made a huge splash in the men's sports world this summer. one of them, nancy lieberman, the second coach in nba history. she joins us live after the break. imagine - these kids won't have to remember passwords or obsess about security.
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was unimaginable? >> i would like to say it's unimaginable. i have been at this for the greater portion of 40 years. i've been in this game forever and am honored and proud to be a sacramento king. and just very grateful to george carl for having the confidence in me for bringing me aboard with his coaching staff. >> what gets you more excited, to think you're in the hall of fame or that you are a female coach in the nba? >> well, honestly, the greatest thing you can do when you play sports is play the game. because you decide probability and outcome. and then when the game says thank you to you and you get inducted into the hall of fame, it's a pretty seminal moment. but i would have to say this ranks right up there with the basketball hall of fame, because it not only affects me because this is what i love and i'm a teacher and i've been a coach for so long, but it's affecting people all around the world because change is hard.
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and to make something that you do every day normal, that takes a lot of work, it takes people like you sharing what we do and the quality of life. >> we are more than happy to share this story. it is truly incredible and inspirational. what is the glass ceiling for women in the nba? are we going to see a gm, a head coach, tell us, commissioner? what is it going to be? >> time is our greatest allie. the fact that becky was the first woman to be an assistant coach in the nba. what greg papavitz did was remarkable. because that and her head coaching the summer league, that kind of fast-tracked the menialty, the idea that women potentially could be in those first seats as far as head coach or a gm or a ceo. you know, we didn't invent this. we just mirror society. we have hillary clinton who is running for president of the united states as ament with.
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we have an african-american in his second term as president in barack obama. the thing that is have happened to me in my career when they put -- well, she was the first or she did that, it's really not about me. it's just about opening doors and opening people's minds. but we have to do the job. i mean, if we are not qualified, don't hire us. george didn't hire me because i'm a woman. he hired me because he felt that i was qualified for the job. >> lastly, nancy, what is the message you want to send to young women out there all across the country who are hearing your story? >> i just want boys and girls to know that anything is possible. if you're willing to put the time in, work hard, and establish yourself and just not take things for granted, that anything that you want to be you can be. as i always tell my son, i am who i say i am. and you are who you say you are.
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you have to see it to say it to be it. and today, proudly, after all these years in sports, i'm a sacramento king. >> words of wisdom. we'll be cheering for you, rooting for you, watching your story. nancy lieberman, thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> we'll be right back, if music: "thunder clatter" by wild cub ♪ ♪
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we are about a minute and a half from the top of the hour now. in just a few hours friends and family of whitney houston's daughter will gather together to say good-bye. bobbi kristina brown's family
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will gather in atlanta. she died six months after she was found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub in her home. >> we are also having an interview to share with you later this morning with the pastor who gave whitney houston's eulogy a few years ago. he knew bobbi kristina well and talks about what he hopes people learn from this. >> we have to recognize that we have to live a life that is a model for our children. because children will mimic our behaviors. and so we have to exhibit the kind of behavior that we want our children to have. and that -- i think that's the message, that's the overriding thing that i think about coming out of this tragedy. >> he had many good things to say in that interview. and that will air at 10:00 a.m. eastern. hope you can be here for that.
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