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help, you can find information on our website, cnn.com/impact. that will wrap things up. but stay connected with me. let's keep the conversation going on twitter. time now to get you back into the cnn newsroom with don lemon. welcome back to our live coverage. i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us. you're not going to believe this story. we're going to begin with a story that every veteran, even veteran police officers are calling shocking. a couple in union county, north carolina in jail this hour after a deputy found a child head cuffed to a porch with a dead chicken hanging around his neck. you have some additional
information about this and about the mother, but i can't believe this story. >> there are many shockers in this story, but one of those shockers, don, is that this mother works for social services. so above everything, she works for social services, and even though she was not there at the time that the deputies arrived, she is accused of being complicit in the mistreatment of those children. take a look at your screen. here are their mug shots. doren lee harper and wanda sue larson, both 57 years of age, now facing intentional child abuse, inflicting serious injury, false imprisonment and cruelty to animal charges. wanda sue larson is also charged with willful failure to discharge her duty as a public official. she is currently employed as a supervisor with the union county department of social services. here's the back story, folks. authorities were responding to an animal services complaint next door when a police officer
walked up to this, an 11-year-old child secured to the front porch by the ankle by what appeared to be hand cuffs. the child had a dead chicken hanging around his neck. five children we removed from this residence, four adopted children and one foster child. the child handcuffed to the porch was the foster child. all the kids are in the custody of social services, and a social services agency outside of this county. cnn requested comments from the union county government and the public information officer from that government agency tells us that they cannot comment about this incident at this time, because all of this is under investigation, don. and there's a lot here to investigate. >> they arrived, it wasn't about the child, it was an animal services complaint. what happened? >> so here's the lowdown. the police officer arrives, he
sees this child that's been secured by the ankle to the porch. so he approaches and he asks this man, why is the child, you know, secured to the porch? and by the way, do you have an i.d.? so when this is happening, a child opens the door to the house and dogs come out. this forces the deputy to retreat to his cruiser. by the time he comes back, the child is not secured anymore, and the chicken is now on top of the barrel that's also on the porch. so then backup arrives. they look at the conditions of the house, and that's when the children are taken into custody. and so is the parent. >> and the woman works for social services. where does this go from here? >> they have their first appearance in court on monday, and they're being held on bond. the details are disturbing. >> make shoe you follow this. this is unbelievable. rosa flores with this story.
hate to start off with such a disturbing note, but it is news the. a california family of four that disappeared in 2004 no longer missing. police uncovered remains from a desert grave. this doesn't answer any of the questions about what happened to them. ♪ >> reporter: for three years, it's been a mystery that has escaped law enforcement and haunted loved ones. but on friday, a big development after a discovery in the california desert. >> excavating the site, we were able to identity the adult victims as summer and joseph mcstay.
we believe the other two sets of remains are that of the boys. >> reporter: to better understand this story, you have to go back to february 4, 2010. the last day joseph summer and their two boys were seen. after ten days, police visited their southern california home. no signs of a forced entry. only some food and their two dogs were inside. >> there was no damage to any furniture. no blood, no violence, nothing broken. you know, no indication of a struggle. >> reporter: the mcstays had vanished without a trace. >> i want them to come home. >> reporter: then surveillance video surfaced, showing a family of four fitting their description going across the
video. but that's where the case went cold. with friday's news, there remains unanswered questions, including how they were killed and who did it. >> it gives us courage to know that they're together and they're in a better place. >> reporter: but perhaps now, those closest to the mcstays can begin to heal. >> all right, thank you very much. the it has been more than a week since super typhoon haiyan destroyed parts of the philippines. aid crews are still picking up bodies off the treats. some of the images you're about to see are extremely graphic. families are guarding the dead as more cadaver dogs arrive. the u.s. military has 9,000 troops on the ground delivering supplies and there's relief coming in from around the world,
places like saudi arabia, israel and australia. as of right now, the official death toll is just over 3,600 people, but that number is expected to grow. and then there's the tiniest victims of the storm. what some are calling storm babies. infants born immediately after the storm who are holding on for dear life right now. some of them wrapped in plastic, just to keep warm. cnn's ivan watson is in tacloban airport right now. ivan, what are you seeing? >> reporter: don, of course it's been more than a week since this storm, and the city behind me, tacloban, which has been the scene of so much drama and tragedy, still very much lies in ruins, despite the fact that aid has started to ramp up. many more flights and ships arriving evacuating people and bringing in assistance. but this town city of more than 200,000 inhabitants and the surrounding countryside have been shattered, don. it's forcing filipinos to imp
improvise and it's pushing the limits to the limit. her newborn baby isn't breathing, and there's no incubator, no respirator and no electricity to power the machines to save this 2-day-old baby's life. so the mother pumps oxygen by hand. the baby is just one of 27 newborns here. storm babies you can call them. all born after the typhoon. they're in a hospital chapel that was converted into a maternity ward, after the storm destroyed the city. these tiny babies are in what doctors are calling the icu. it's clearly improvized. and they've been put here
because their health situation is frighteningly unstable. in fact, doctors say six infants have died in this chapel in the last six days. dr. rosario says some of these infants are too unstable to be medevaced to a hospital out of the storm zone. what do you need for these babies right now most? >> mostly now, a ventilator, and suction machine. incubat incubators. >> reporter: tiny, fragile cocoons. this little girl was born just a few hours ago, and she's six weeks premature. during our visit, some good news. little james' health has stabilize and he graduating from the icu to rejoin his mother. is this your first son?
>> yes. >> reporter: how do you feel? >> happy. >> reporter: doctors say most of the newborns here are healthy. but during what should be a moment of joy, parts also face uncertainty. many have seen their homes destroyed, so they rest amid the pews. while next to the altar, dr. rosario says the baby's chances are not good. >> it's very poor condition, critical condition. so it's a poor prognosis for this baby. >> reporter: there is little more that she can do now but pray for her daughter's life. >> ivan, when will some of those babies be able to make it to a real hospital with the supplies that they need to survive? >> reporter: well, as i asked
the doctor there, the most -- the babies that are in critical condition, she says it would be a terrible idea to move them. they're not stable enough. so, you know, that move could actually kill them. the bulk of the infants in that room, they can move. they're healthy theoretically, so there's nothing really stopping them as long as they're not forced to be out under the hot sup or anything like that, for the near future. but those little children, they can't really move anywhere. you know, we looked into other aid organizations into trying to help in this little chapel, perhaps providing a small generator or something. but the doctors there are not the original doctors that are assigned and that normally work in that hospital. those doctors, their families are also victims of the storm. so the doctors have come in from other cities and they don't even know where the equipment is that
you would need to properly treat these babies, even if we could give them electricity from a mobile generator. so unhappy situation, don. >> terrible situation. ivan watson, thank you. appreciate your reporting. it a terrible thing, tens of thousands are homeless, some hungry people surviving on coconut use alone. if you want to help the typhoon survivors, go to cnn.com/impact for more information. toronto's mayor vowing to keep his job after admitting to smoking crack cocaine. city council wants him down and so do most of the city's residents. we'll hear from his brother, next. actor alec baldwin making headlines this week. [ male announcer ] if you have a dream of owning a business, find out why over one million businesses have trusted legalzoom to help them get started. when you're ready to open the doors to your business, we'll have a personalized legal solution that's right for you.
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a cincinnati man who lost his wife in a deadly car crash is suing the woman's former employer, blaming them for what happened. jim jasper says the hospital where she worked as a nurse, the hospital worked her to death, with long hours and no breaks. beth jasper crashed her car last march while driving home after a 12-hour shift at cincinnati's jewish hospital. the family believes she may have fallen asleep behind the wheel. in addition to seeking damages, jasper says he wants the hospital to change its practices. >> it needs to change. these nurses cannot be treated this way. the patient care, you know, is an issue. but they can't continue to work these nurses and expect them to
pick up the slack because they don't want to staff the hospitals. >> a spokeswoman expressed sympathy but declined to comment on pending litigation. holly, how do you prove that this hospital worked this woman to death? >> what they need to do is prove causation, jodon, that the hour were so long and they knowingly contributed to her state when she was driving that vehicle. but i have to tell you, california is the only state in this nation that has what they call safe staffing ratio laws, which means in ohio, this hospital, even though they made her work many many hours, did not violate any laws. i think that this husband, very tragically has an uphill battle to hold the hospital accountable. because you need to prove that they were solely responsible. the this lady was that tired, the simple answer, as sad as it is, maybe she should.
have gotten in her car and driven. >> she allegedly worked 12 hour shifts before this accident. but you hear cases of doctors and nurses working 16, 18-hour cases. how can lack of sleep impact you? >> if you're only getting five hours of sleep, a couple of nights of that, you are legally drunk when you are behind the wheel of a car. so it doesn't surprise me that she fell asleep. there's been precedent, where medical students were working 24, 48-hour shifts and it resulted in the death of patients. if we see more of these things happening with these nurses in these states, we will see some big changes. >> six hours of sleep is a good
night for me. >> but think about five hours and you're doing that a couple nights in a row. >> i get four, five hours a sleep every night. but that's how it works. we're going to follow that case, that could set a precedent. let's talk about -- it's been a rough week for alec baldwin. he gave emotional testimony for an accused stalker, but also angered g.l.a.d. after giving a slur aim at a photographer. holly, first, this actress has been given 210 days in jail. is that appropriate? >> i don't think so. it's not going to address the problem. what i would have liked -- being stalked is frightening. it's happened to me personally. it is still ongoing. you don't know what that person
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>> mr. bulger, who spent 16 years on the fbi's most wanted list, was a terrorist, and is a terrorist. he terrorized individuals that crossed his path, a path driven by his desire for power, greed and ambition. >> to hell with him. he's hurt so many people, done so many ratty things. the next time i want to hear anything about him is hopefully he's dead. >> joining me now from boston is someone who knew and worked with bulger. good to see you. how are you doing, sir? >> doing well, don. how are you? >> i'm great. you wrote a book about him called "rat bastard." let's begin with the sentence. is this justice served? >> well, i mean, it's justice served for the families
obviously. for me personally, i don't feel that justice has been served. >> you don't? why not? >> well, you know, don, as i talk about in my book "rat bastards," and i think we've talked about this before on another program about i have this occurring dream, this occurring dream about meeting whitey in new york, seeing him in the street and pulling him into a building and asking him why, why he gave me up? his own man, the guy who was so loyal to him, why he gave me up? and the only answer i got out of him in the dream was, he was trying to protect me. and at that point in the dream, i snapped his neck. that said, don, i have a feeling that my subconscious is never
going to leave me. >> this is something you'll never get over? >> in my subconscious of that dream of snapping his neck is never going to leave me, don. >> if you had the chance, john, you said you want to snap his neck. i don't know if you would do it. do you think that would make you just like him or would you still do it any way? >> i think justice would be met. >> all right. a man of few words. tells it like it is. he was ordered, john, to pay over $19 million to the families of the victims. do you think they'll ever see a penny of this money? >> never. never. there's $800,000 that they do have, when they captured him that he had. so they do have that.
but, you know, logistically, there were a lot of people in line waiting for that money. it depends on who filed first most likely, to get that money. i'm sure there will be a battle over that money, that $800,000. but i guess, you know, logistically, whoever put the paperwork in first to get that money, whoever is in order. but there is $800,000 as we know. >> john, the book is called "rat bastards" and he writes all about whitey bulger and his time with the mob, as well. thank you, john. always a pleasure. >> thank you. so much for battling it out on the field. a college football quarterback allegedly attacked by members of the other team at the pregame
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>> friends, the best of friends can have different opinions. we agree on a lot of things, there's some things we disagree on. i don't think this is a partisan issue, either. there are democrats who are calling for tougher sanctions and republicans who are saying keep the sanctions as they are. i'm speaking not from a partisan issue, except one. i'm the prime minister of israel, and i have to care for the survival of my country. and iran maintaining its nuclear weapons capability, that is the capacity to produce nuclear weapons, threatens directly the future of the jewish state. >> or as he said, don, he's in the neighborhood. he points out that there are other arab nations, among them saudi arabia, who also don't like these talks going on. i asked him what would you do if
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a college football conference calling off the title game after a brutal fight at a pregame banquet. one virginia state player allegedly beat up quarterback rudy johnson of winston salem state, the team they were scheduled to play the next day. one virginia state player was arrested on criminal assault charges. school officials are disappointed for players and fans. >> you have players, you have families, you have fans that are in town that were looking for ward to what was going to be an exciting weekend. >> johnson was treated and has been released from the hospital. lawyers for the nfl had a long talk with jonathan martin yesterday, nearly seven hours. martin was in new york where he
detailed the abuse he says he suffered in the locker room. richie incognito is on suspension. he's hoping to be reinstated by the team despite martin saying he wants to play again. >> i look forward to speaking with stephen ross and the dolphins organization at the appropriate time. this is the right way to handle the matter. beyond that, i look forward to resuming my career in the national football league. >> let's talk about it with terrence. he's a columnist for mlb.com. in that grievance ig cog knee toe filed, over 10,000 text messages? what? >> didn't have time to sleep, drink, or do anything else. it's bizarre and makes you
wonder what's going on there. >> yeah. >> i'll leave it at that. >> yes, let's leave it. i don't know anyone that i'm that close to that i send more than 50 text messages over the last year. listen, terrence, regardless of when they return to the field and regardless of what happens to jonathan martin, do you see big changes for nfl locker rooms? >> it's going to be huge. when you get legislation and le galty involved, people panic, particularly sports. we have seen that in the national football league when it comes to concussions. besides paying $800 million in settlements, the nfl changing how you tackle, the rules to tackling. nobody knows how to tackle anymore. the one thing nobody brings up, they change the way you practice. they are not practicing anymore. you have all these injuries out there to get 11 nfl quarterbacks
on the injured reserve list. what's happening is you have a backlash from legislation. whatever comes out of this, the incognito thing is going to be a backlash because they are going to overdo it. >> you have heard the controversy about the overuse of the "n" word. >> yeah. >> do you think it's going to make people think twice or change the way people communicate with each other in locker rooms? there was a player, another professional ballplayer fined for using that word saying i'm tired of taking off or getting my butt handed to me, i'm paraphrasing for these "n" words. >> no matter what you talk about, we have to put it in context. it's a sosietal thing. it's part of a hip hop culture.
disrespecting women goes and disrespecting each other goes. now the national football league is trying to legislate it? i'm not saying it's right or wrong. it's the way it is. the bottom line is winning. now, you are going to turn them into the "cosby show" between tackling and blocking. i don't think it's going to happen. >> well, the thing is, i don't think you can change anyone, right? >> no. >> but the locker room is a workplace. >> it is. >> football field is a workplace and you have to have certain behavior and behave accordingly in a workplace. itis that simple. >> that is why this panic that is going to set in, the nfl is going to do this and that and make a bad situation worse. >> okay. terrence moore, love talking to you. terrence is going to be back tomorrow to talk about this and joined by jamal anderson at 5:00 eastern and talk about
proathletes, the locker room culture, the use of the "n" word. you don't want to miss that tomorrow at 5:00 eastern on cnn. hello, everyone. thank you for joining us, top of the hour. i'm don lemon. a deputy sheriff walks up to a house, sees a child handcuffed to the porch by the ankles and there's a dead chicken around his neck. it happened. two adults, a man and woman are in custody at this hour and what the woman does for a living will surprise you. we are joined with the details on this. we have new video of the scene. what can you tell us about this? >> we have new video of the house, the outside of the house, of live animals, a chained animal and a dead chicken. we don't know if this is the one that was