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from what was once jonestown in guyana, south america. in the news business, he is the gift that just keeps on giving. late-night comics love him for that, but plenty of people in toronto, well, they want him gone. as the city gears up to gut even more power from mayor rob ford, he prepares for his own, yes, television show. >> the typhoon that struck the philippines is long gone, but the desperation, it is only getting worse. millions are still homeless, hungry, and they are losing hope by the hour. >> and it began as a simple traffic stop, but the mom in this minivan with her five
children in tow gave police in new mexico a ride they will not soon forget. good morning, everyone. nice to have you with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm martin savage. nice to be with you. it is 6:00 in the morning and this is "new day" sunday. >> so calls for toronto's embattled mayor to resign are getting louder by the second. >> the council has already stripped ford of some of his powers, including his ability to govern during an emergency. despite his watered down position, a defiant ford says that he is not going anywhere. >> tomorrow, he's also set to launch his own television show, with one of his biggest supporters with his brother. for weeks, ford's admission to smoking crack cocaine and his refusal to step down has been the butt of jokes for comedians. >> and last night, the cast of "saturday night live" got their
shot at it. they poked fun at ford's erratic behavior, including lewd comments he made on live tv. >> i am sorry for how i have been acting. it is not indicative of my position of mayor in this great town of toronto. >> hey, man, i got what you asked for -- >> hey, not here, okay? let's do it under the desk. >> okay, okay. >> i'm the best mayor of all of the mayors! ♪ i'm the best mayor in the wor world! ♪ your mayor and suck [ bleep ]! >> oh, my goodness. >> i take a look at that clip before, just so i was prepared for that. >> all right, for the people of toronto, there was nothing funny about the mayor's real-life drama. >> angry protesters gathered outside of toronto city hall yesterday and said they want more than just an apology from the mayor, they want him out of
office. >> if we can't get him out of office for the terrible behavior and the awful things he's said, it means we have absolutely to standards. >> an apology is no sufficient and does not suffice for what has taken place. >> oh, they are angry. but not everyone wants the mayor to resign. cnn's senior international correspondent nick robinson has more. >> reporter: zoraida and robinson, there's one person who's been standing beside the mayor here, inside the city council chambers, voting with him not to have his powers stripped away. that's his bower, doug ford, a council member here. i asked him about the humiliation that his brother is going through with all these powers being stripped away. this is what he told me. >> just imagine if you took the ceo out and said, every one of you folks has the same power as the ceo. >> reporter: isn't it going to be humiliating for your brother to be put in that position? >> this whole issue is humiliating. >> reporter: this is what he's going to be remembered for. >> oh, he's going to be remembered by doing a great job. he's going to be remembered if
he fails to move in the right direction, and he's going to be remembered as the comeback kid. >> reporter: very important there that he's not sure himself how his brother, the mayor, is going to handle the pressure and the stress of the current situation. but the way the mayor is handling it so far, he says, is going to take the city council to court, challenge them by law, even though he'll have to put his hand in his pocket to do that. your brother, the mayor, said today he will fight some of these issues in court. it won't be the public money, it will be his money. how much is this going to cost you? how long can you go on fighting it? >> well, we've spent close to probably $1 million fighting on all the other court cases, three of them. and you've got to keep in mind, this battle didn't happen right now. >> reporter: how many -- how much money is it going to cost? >> this started three years ago when rob ford said -- >> reporter: but this is going to cost big. >> that's fine. we've taken on bigger guys too. >> reporter: how deep are your pockets?
>> oh, i, you know, short pockets. >> reporter: short pockets? so you'll have to stop the fight pretty quickly. >> we're never going to stop fighting. >> reporter: and that fight only expected to get longer. on monday, the council expected to vote, to take more powers from the mairp, give them to the deputy mayor, take his operational budget, take some of his staff as well. but the mayor will get his own voice later the same day, a new talk show with his brother, unscripted, they say, but this will be their chance to appeal to their supporters, to put their view across an hour-long, but who knows what the mayor will say. we've seen some of his comments in the past few days. it can go any way. zoraida, martin? >>
nic robertson, thank you very much. as we enter now week two of the recovery in the philippines after that deadly supertyphoon, people in that largely catholic nation are going to church and many are finding their places of worship badly damaged, the roof ripped off of some of those churches. >> the number of dead jumped again overnight. the government confirming now
3,681 deaths there, with more than 12,500 people hurt. and more than 1,100 are reported missing. >> reporter kyle penhaul is in tacloban, and i know you've been attending some of those masses this morning and i know it's been very emotional. >> reporter: that's right, martin and zoraida, we were down at the santo nina church, one of the largest here. the roof was completely peeled off by that supertyphoon. so as the mass was going on, rain, because it's rainy season here, was just pouring down into the church, down the aisles, and on to the pews. and there at one end, at the altar, stood the
priest, him talking to the faithful talking about what it would look like when the end of the world came, trying to assure them this wasn't the end of the world, trying to calm their fears and give them solace. but as you looked around that church, it was difficult for
many families to find solace. we talked to two sisters, both of them mothers, ten days after that supertyphoon. they have not found five of their children. the youngest is 2 years old. one said she survived by clinging on to an electricity pole, her sister clung on to a tv and then a banana tv, and as the floodwaters subsided, she said being in those tidal surges was like being whipped around in a washing machine, they were flipped this way, flipped that way, and when the floodwaters subsided, no sign of their five children. they're hoping against hope they can find their children, but of course at this stage, those hopes must be fading. and she said to me, she says, i can't deal with it. i can't deal with the fact that i couldn't protect my sons when they most needed me, and she said that she would gladly head up to the tallest building in tacloban and jump off it. she said that really, she was very close to suicide herself. and it's very clear here that these families are going to need
some kind of psychology help, really difficult to imagine how they're going to overcome those kind of scenarios. this woman, herself, started off saying, if my sons could hear me now, i would just like to apologize for not being able to protect them. she says, if only i find their bodies and assure myself that they're not lying under debris or being eaten by dogs right now. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: martin and zoraida? >> karl penhaul, that's a horrific thing for any parent to have to endure. and on top of the devastation that people see, it's the devastation within them they have to come to grips with. thank you for that report. >> how do you heal from that, martin, right? all right, 8 minutes past the hour. at least 27 babies were born in tacloban after the typhoon and many of them were premature. >> now we know at least seven of them have died. >> that includes a baby that we told you about yesterday. her mother was manually pumping air into her lungs, because there was no power to hook up her ventilator at this makeshift neonatal unit. doctors say they have no idea
when a generator will be brought in to provide the power that they need. i know these are really difficult stories to hear, but this is a situation on the ground. this is what's happening. >> right. i mean, i think that gives you more than anything, the image of what these people have to deal with in the aftermath. and for ways that you can help survivors of typhoon haiyan, you can go to cnn.com/impact. back here at home, in north carolina, just a few miles south of charlotte, authorities say that they have stumbled on an absolute sickening case of child abuse. >> a child handcuffed to a front porch, a dead chicken tied around his neck. cnn's rosa flores is on this story. good morning, rosa. >> reporter: well, martin, zoraida, there are many shocking factors to this story. and perhaps one of the most shocking is the profession of the mother in question. she actually works for the department of social services. the outside of this north carolina house provides clues of
the alleged horrors happening here. >> the child had a dead chicken hung around his neck. >> sheriff's deputies say that 11-year-old boy was shivering, while allegedly handcuffed by the ankle to the porch. when the deputy asked the owner what was going on, another child opened the front door, releasing several large dogs that chased the deputy to his cruiser. >> man, he come out of here when greased lightning when he came back out of here. >> reporter: authorities won't get into the details, but the authorities of the house, dorian lee harper and wanda sue larson, now face intentional child abuse, inflicting serious injury, false imprisonment, and cruelty to animals charges. authorities removed five children from the home, ages 8 to 14. four adopted kids and the one allegedly handcuffed, a foster child. >> that was awful. i wish i had known that was going on, because it would have never within the on. >> reporter: harper is a nurse. larson is a supervisor at the
union county department of social services. because of her job title, she also faced failure to discharge her duty as a public official. larson wasn't at the house when the child was found allegedly handcuffed, but she's accused of being complicit. all of the children are in the custody of a social services agency outside of union county. and we should add that the sheriff tells cnn that that boy on the porch is the only one who appears to be mistreated. harper and larson are scheduled to face a judge for their initial appearance on monday. martin, zoraida? >> thank you, rosa. we just listen to that story and you're staggered. really, what can you say? you don't know what to say? >> but you want to understand the why. we'll talk a little bit later to the sheriff of join county to try to get some answers for you and try to understand how this happened. so still to come on "new day sunday," an incredible scene caught on police dash cam, when a routine traffic stop involving
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trying to do anything wrong! >> finally, farrell agrees to get out and talk, but the conversation doesn't last long. >> turn around and face your vehicle. man, listen to me. >> reporter: ferrell and the cop struggle as she tries to get back into the van. while that happens, the 14-year-old gets out again and this time, he rushes the officer, trying to defend his mom. after a short tussle, the boy runs back into the minivan. the officer tries to get him out while backup arrives. >> open the door! open the door! >> reporter: farrell starts to drive off while another officer fires at the minivan full of kids as young as 6. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: farrell then takes them on to a four-minute high-speed chase into taos, cutting into traffic before eventually pulling over and giving up in front of a hotel. her 14-year-old son is arrested and so is she. alex goldsmith, krqe, news 14. >> all right, martin, so you're
watching this, so what's your reaction? >> well, i mean, first of all, this is one of those stories where it's like, what really went on? i mean, what was going on? and you could see that in both cases, maybe with the officers and with the driver, there are problems here in how they handled things. i just want to know, what was going on? >> i wonder why she pulled away the first time, because it seems maybe if she had not pulled away, maybe this wouldn't have escalated to the degree that it did. who knows? but that is a bizarre story. >> yeah, but the thoughts of anybody firing at a vehicle, and maybe that officer was unaware, because of course he had just arrived on scene, but there's all of these what-ifs, and the truth is, an investigation -- >> we're going to find out. it is now 18 minutes past the hour. officials believe they have found the body of a 42-year-old who found 18 feet out of a plane into the ocean on thursday. police say his body was found in a mangrove area yesterday morning, but they're waiting on
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carolina home with a dead chicken tied around his neck. his foster parents are jailed, they're charged with child abuse. the boy and four other children who lived in that home are now in state custody. at number two, today, people across the philippines gathered at damaged churches the to pray for the dead, just a week since supertyphoon claimed thousands of lives there. some churches are providing food and shelter to hundreds of families. meanwhile, some people who have been scavaging for food all week are finally getting access to aid. >> you remembnumber three, so i for dog owners, they are being told to take caution. a possibly deadly virus known as the ciraco virus may be linked to multiple deaths in california and michigan. they should check with their vets if they notice excessive vomiting or lethargy. there's no evidence that it can be transmitted to humans. and come over to your tv. i want you to take a look at this map. if you live in the bright pink
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10,000 centrifuges that are still there? what's going to happen with this heavy water reactor? and how is all of this going to be inspected and verified. >> reporter: but is trust and verify enough when it comes to iran? the powerful chairman of the senate armed services committee says, no. >> i love the slogan, trust but verify, was i've never understood it. but i think the right slogan is don't trust. i don't trust the iranians. and by the way, they don't trust us. >> reporter: so the message here at the reagan presidential library was many democrats joining with pro-defense republicans in being very skeptical of any nuclear agreement with iran. zoraida, martin? >> thank you, barbara. barbara star on the road with the defense secretary in southern california. well, the navy says that two sailors were injured when a drone malfunctioned and crashed into a ship during a training
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checking headlines around the world, first to tacloban, one of the cities hardest hit by the supertyphoon in the philippines. cnn's ana corrine is at the airport, where people are trying to escape the devastation. ana? >> reporter: here at tacloban airport, there are thousands of people who are gathered in the hope that they can get out of this devastated city. many of them have been waiting patiently here for days, camping out. they've brought their luggage, which is really all that remains of their belongings. they're hoping to either get to manilla or somewhere where they can meet up with family and friends or stay at evacuation centers. but the rain is causing a huge problem. as you can see, it is absolutely torrential. and it is hampering not only their flight to get out of here, but also the aid operation. the rain has eased, so we wanted
to bring you out on to the tarmac to show you what is going on. as you can see, the aid is being piled up on the tarmac. it's ready to be disrupted. it's coming in from usid, the red cross, and other relief organizations. we're not just talking about food and water, medicine, the basic necessities, but also plastic sheeting for emergency shelters as well as sanitation kits and water purification kits. so very important as we move into week two of this natural disaster. now, while tacloban has been very much the focus of this massive relief operation, you know, authorities are now saying we need to start focusing on other areas that have been just as hard hit, that have not received the media attention. anna coren, cnn, tacloban, the fiancee. >> thank you, anna. now to tokyo where caroline kennedy is making history just days before the 50th anniversary
of her father's assassination. syma reports from hong kong. >> reporter: caroline kennedy arrived in tokyo to take up her post as u.s. ambassador there, but also to president john f. kennedy, who was killed 50 years ago next week, is the first woman ambassador to japan. kennedy was sworn in by secretary of state john kerry in washington on tuesday. back to you, zoraida. >> all right, thank you very much. now to london, where prince harry is leaving for his trip to antarctica and some of the most extreme weather on the planet. cnn's royal correspondent, max foster, is in london. max? >> reporter: well, prince harry leaves the uk on sunday, set for antarctica, and a 200-mile trek in temperatures as low as minus 45 degrees. and with a 70 kilogram sledge in tow. he's joined a team of british veterans who lost limbs in combat and who are competing against a team from the u.s. and
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love that music? it was a wild couple of days for the one and only harlem globetrotters. first, globetrotter william avoided a very serious injury. his slam dunk sent the entire backboard crashing down right on top of him. things could have ended much worse for bullard, who was able to walk off the court and to a standing ovation. he's okay. then harlem globetrotters rookie, cory thunder, somehow drained this amazing record-setting 109-foot basketball shot, shattering the previous guiness world record by more than five feet. >> i wasn't a believer, but that is -- look at it right there, you can see it. follow it, follow it, follow it. it happened. now the beloved team have announced plans to entertain our troops overseas with some of their very unique and very cool skills. we are so excited to have them there, live right outside the cnn center in new york.
y'all are supposed to be in atlanta. we have highlight bruten wiand special k. daily. thank you so much for joining us this morning. we really appreciate it. so will the troops get to see any record-setting shots like the one that we just saw? >> well, my specialty is making the crowd smile. and my friend, special. can k., he does the same thing, and tnt, good, family-style entertainment is what the harlem globetrotters is all about. >> give us a taste of some of what you're going to be demonstrating for the troops when you're over there. >> well, what he would like to do for the troops is, we would like to go over there and bring a piece of america to them. we're going to europe and they can't come to us, so we come to them. and day do so much for us, not just americans, but people all over the world. so it's a pleasure and an honor for us to go over and entertain our troops. >> so i understand you guys even have a really special camouflage basketball that you use for this particular tour. >> that's right. this is the camouflage
basketball that we'll be using and this is the fifth straight year that we're using this camouflage basketball in order to show the troops how much we appreciate them. so we're going over there with this camouflage basketball to let them know the harlem globetrotters and the world are still backing you and appreciate everything you're doing. >> we want to see a little something-something while we talk. >> give us a demonstration of what the troops are going to see overseas from you. >> you guys want to see a demonstration? okay. here we go. how you feeling, special k.? there you go right there, baby! ah, yeah! that's special k. right there, tnt maddox! all right! >> that's fantastic, guys. we're really thrilled that you decided to join us today. this isn't the first time uv entertained the troops yoefrz though, is it? >> it's not the first time. i've been overseas to entertain the troops about ten times, and actually, we're going to be
leaving the day after thanksgiving to go over there and entertain the troops. and we've been to a lot of places. you know, one of the most exciting places for me is playing in the persian gulf on the "uss eisenhower." >> i've seen a number of the shows overseas, and i know how much the troops really appreciate it. it is a way of sort of bringing a bit of america home to them, especially during the time they're not there. what was the reaction from the troops when you've been doing this? >> i'm sorry? >> what's the reaction from the troops when you've been performing before? >> it's crazy. when we come over there, step off the plane and we're walking off the plane going to the troops, man, they treat us like we're royalty. but actually, we're over there to serve them, because they serve so many others. that's what my job is, and i love it. i really love going over there and performing for the troops. it's not a burden or anything like that. and actually, we can't wait to get over there. >> that's fantastic, especially you're going right after the holidays. that's going to mean a lot to
everyone. i want to talk to you about one other thing. it's that scary moment that happened to your teammate that got seriously hurt when the hoop came crashing down on him. has anything like that ever happened before? >> harlem globetrotters, we play every single night, and bullard actually did that same dunk a million times the. but he's okay. he's a super athlete. you'll probably see him on the ninja and he's fine. he's going to be playing and you guys can go to the arena, ticket master, check him out, harlem globetrotters.com, and bull bullard, special k., tnt and highlight, we'll be coming to a city near you. >> i'm so glad to see that he's okay, and we are really proud of you going over there and supporting the men and women who are serving our country overseas. >> yeah, thank you so much. appreciate your time this morning. i wish they were here, because i want to learn how to, you know, twirl that basketball on my
finger. so maybe next time. thank you! >> see you, guys. that is so appreciated. i know it is, by the troops. >> we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ see, i knew testosterone could affect sex drive, but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have androgel 1.62% testosterone gel. the #1 prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy increases testosterone when used daily. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child, or signs in a woman, which may include changes in body hair or a large increase in acne, possibly due to accidental exposure.
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welcome back. each week, we are shining a spotlight on the top ten heroes of 2013. as you vote for the one that inspires you the most at cnnhero.com. this week's honoree is honoring the tradition of female mutilation that still exists in many country and giving girls a chance to shape their own destinies. >> i avoided the ceremony as far as i could. most of them, the mutilation when they are 12. i really liked going to school. i know that once i go through the cutting, i am going to be married off and my dream of becoming a teacher was going to end. my mind said run away, was i had to face my dad and say that i would only go through the
cutting if he lets me go back to school. it was done in the morning. using a very old, rusty knife with no anesthesia. i can never forget that day. eventually, i was the first girl in my community to go to college in the u.s. i returned to my village to start a school for girls, so they, too, can achieve their full potential. when girls start at our school, they're very shy, but over time, we see them very confident. they are doing very well. it's the best exciting thing. our work is about empowering the girls. these girls are saying no to being cut. they're dreaming of becoming lawyers, teachers, doctors. my daughter can do better than my son. i came back so girls in my
community don't have to negotiate like i did to achieve their dreams. that's why i wake up every morning. >> cnn heheroecnnheroes.com for vote. the princeton university board was holding its own meeting. they are trying to decide whether they should offer students a vaccine to protect a against a rare form of meningitis. >> the cdc says the drug which has been approved overseas can be used under these circumstances, but not every student is so sure. here's cnn's alexandra field with the story. >> reporter: princeton university tries to stem the spread of meningitis "b," a potentially deadly disease. >> we just try to be careful, but we're not freaking out about it. >> reporter: doctors have linked seven cases of the bacterial meningitis to the ivy league campus. now board members are considering whether to offer
students a vaccine that's only used overseas. >> if i were a parent, i would be very interested in getting the information and generally accepting and if i were around that table with the board of trustees, i would be gently encouraging them to do this. >> reporter: there's no vaccine in the united states, but given the outbreak of the rare stain ton campus, the cdc is approved to import the vaccine. >> if this vaccine was brought to the campus, would you encourage your son to take it? >> reporter: i think i would tell him to take it, but i'm not sure, because i'm not sure of the drawbacks. >> reporter: princeton's first case of meningitis "b" was diagnosed back in march when a student returned from spring break. the seventh case was diagnosed last week. the possibility of a vaccine is what some students have been hoping for. if board members and university
administrators agree to offer the vaccine, it would be available to some 8,000 students on a voluntary basis. >> i trust the vaccine, as long as it's approved in europe and australia, it gives me confidence in like the fact that it works, i guess. i probably wouldn't get it at the moment. like i said, i'm not too worried about the whole meningitis outbreak yet. so if princeton starts vaccinating students, i don't know if i would be first in line for it. >> a school spokesman tells cnn the final decision on whether or not the vaccine will even be offered is not expected before monday. well, thanks for starting your morning with us. >> we've got a lot more ahead on "new day sunday," which starts right now. good morning, everyone. i'm zoraida sambolin. nice to have you with us today. >> i'm martin savage. it's 7:00 on the east coast.
>> a good mood this morning! >> 4:00 on the west if you haven't figured the math. this is "new day" on sunday. >> we start this hour with recovery in the philippines now entering week two after that deadly supertyphoon ripped apart homes and devastated so many lives. today people in the largely catholic nation are returning to church, and many are finding their places of worship badly damaged. despite that, many are finding solace and hope. >> this is the only time, this is the only place where we can unburden all the things that we are feeling, because of our faith and with him, we are -- we feel that there's a sense of security with the lord. >> the death toll has risen again, that happened overnight. the government now confirming 3,681 deaths with more than 12,500 people hurt, and more than 1,100 that are still reported as missing.
>> reporter karl penhaul is in tacloban. karl, you attended a really emotional mass this morning. can you tell us about that? >> reporter: yes, zoraida and martin. even these sanctuaries, these sturdy buildings that are churches here in the philippines were not safe from that superstorm. and we went down to the santo nino church, one of the larges here in tacloban, the roof was absolutely peeled off by the typhoon when it passed over and the rain was pouring down on to sunday mass. it doesn't stop the faithful from going there. at one end of the church, the altar, the priest trying to assure his congregation that this was not the end of the world, that there was still hope that they could still move forward. you look around in the small crowd that have gathered there, and difficult for many of them to find solace. two sisters, both mothers, ten days after the typhoon struck, they're still hunting for five of their children. the youngest of them, 2 years
old. and at this stage, they don't know where they are, whether they are alive or dead. they say they were taken down by the tidal surge like it was a washing machine, spun this way, spun that way. and when the mothers emerged from the waves, they couldn't find their children. the hunt goes on, but at this stage, certainly, easy to imagine that they might be dead. but, of course, the focus is now on the survivors and relief aid is starting to filter in, amid all the chaos tacloban now, we saw a few cans of food being handed out, a few cakes, a few rolls of bread. but enough to give people some hope that now help is starting to get through and those bottlenecks have been broken. martin and zoraida? >> thanks, karl penhaul, very much. >> and for ways that you can help survivors of typhoon haiyan, go to cnn.com/impact. there's a lot of information on
there and ways in which you could potentially help all of these victims. moving on now to north carolina, this story is just shocking. it's occurring just a few miles south of charlotte and authorities there say they've stumbled on an absolutely sickening case of child abuse. >> listen to this. a child handcuffed ed ted to a porch, a dead chicken tied around his neck. cnn's rosa flores is on that story. good morning, rosa. >> reporter: martin, zoraida, there are many shocking factors to this story, and perhaps one of the most shocking is the profession of the mother in question. she actually works for the department of social services. the outside of this north carolina house provides clues of the alleged horrors happening here. >> the child had a dead chicken hung around his neck. >> reporter: sheriff's deputies say that 11-year-old boy was
shivering, while allegedly handcuffed by the ankle to the porch. when the deputy asked the owner what was going on, another child opened the front door, releasing several large dogs that chased the deputy to his cruiser. >> man, he come out of here when greased lightning when he came back out of here. >> reporter: authorities won't get into the details, but the authorities of the house, dorian lee harper and wanda sue larson, now face intentional child abuse, inflicting serious injury, false imprisonment, and cruelty to animals charges. authorities removed five children from the home, ages 8 to 14. four adopted kids and the one allegedly handcuffed, a foster child. >> that was awful. i wish i had known that was going on, because it would have never went on. >> reporter: harper is a nurse. larson is a supervisor at the union county department of social services. because of her job title, she also faced failure to discharge her duty as a public official. larson wasn't at the house when the child was found allegedly
handcuffed, but she's accused of being complicit. all of the children are in the custody of a social services agency outside of union county. and we should add that the sheriff tells cnn that that boy on the porch is the only one who appears to be mistreated. harper and larson are scheduled to face a judge for their initial appearance on monday. martin, zoraida? >> thank you, rosa. rosa flores covering that story from new york for us this morning. >> and union county, north carolina, sheriff eddie cappy is joining us on the phone. thank you for taking time to speak to us about this horrific case this morning. >> sheriff, what led you to conclude that the four other children in the home had not been abused. >> well, that's misleading. we have not concluded they haven't been abused, we've just seen no obvious sign other than a small amount of weight loss in those children. but we're still investigating
this and the investigation will tell that. >> and we understand from the reports that you found this really by happenstance. i think an officer was responding to something that was happening in another home and happened to see this little boy on the porch. he was handcuffed, and he had a dead chicken around his neck. do -- do you have any explanation for that, when you talked to the homeowners? >> well, when we talked to the homeowners, no, but we don't have any idea of what would possess anybody to handcuff a child out on a porch on a cold, wintry morning with very little clothes on and tie a dead chicken around his neck. i can't understand that and to be honest with you, i'm glad i can't understand it. >> right. >> and so they haven't said anything to you? i mean, you must have questioned them both. have they given any kind of explanation as to what was going on? >> the male subject that we
arrested actually requested an attorney and has not cooperated and miss larson has cooperated, and she has given us a lot of information. >> is there any information you can share with us? >> well, there's not information we can share with you. it is -- she works in this, so we know she knew about it. she knew right from wrong, she knew the law. any person with any common sense knows that you can't treat children this way. so our officer will continue to talk to them, as they talk to us, and we will talk to these kids, and then we'll make a determine to how to move forward with the prosecution. >> this was a foster child who was found outside, handcuffed by the officer. had they had other foster children? could there be concerns of previous children that have been in their care? >> well, it is concerning. there's four other children that were there, were adopted children. so those are questions that we
will have to answer as we move along is, how did they adopt those children? how did they get those children? how was their home visits? if you look at this home, you know, we also wouldn't have allowed them to adopt an animal out of the animal shelter. >> and this particular family had never been in trouble with the law before? >> we know of nothing yet. >> all right, sheriff, thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us this morning, sheriff eddie cappy, union county sheriff there. it's absolutely mind boggling. >> it's a horrific story, you want to know so much more. >> there's no justification for what they found, but what you do want to understand is, what were they thinking? what was going through these folk's minds, that they did something like that to a child and the other children, because they seemed to be in good condition, but you don't know yet. >> i can't imagine they were
thinking anything. i'm sorry, i'm at a loss. all right, moving on. he's as recognizable as many of his famous clients he has defended. bill clinton to o.j. simpson to mike tyson. attorney alan dershowitz joins us live to reflect on his 50 years in law. that is next. ♪ wow...look at you. i've always tried to give it my best shot. these days i'm living with a higher risk of stroke
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you already know this, but i'll repeat it anyway. he's represented some of the biggest names in the news. now, famed attorney alan dershowitz has a new book, "taking the stand: reflecting on 50 years of life in law." >> and also, you've been teaching for 50 years. that's fantastic. joining us this morning, we have alan dershowitz. excited to have you this morning. i want to dive right into this book, because lots of folks are reading it and they say there are a lot of saucy details in this book. care to share some of those? >> well, you know, there's a big dispute now about who is the father of ronan farrow, mia farrow's son. i can't tell you that, but in the middle of the mia
farrow/woody allen custody dispute, a phone call. he said, hi, this is frank. and i said, frank who? and he said, frank sinatra, i love that girl, mia, what can i do to help? i can't want frank sinatra with his reputation as a tough guy interfering, so i said, please, please, don't do anything. but he really, really loved her. so maybe that gives you some shrew. >> i can imagine, clearly, people who you represent and also being so famous yourself that you had these kind of moments. for instance, the one i read about was that you were with -- well, you're in a private room with israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, and he wants to know -- >> did o.j. do it?! and i said, mr. prime minister, does israel have nuclear weapons, and he goes, you know i can't tell you that, and i said, aha! >> nice deflection. >> there's another one in here, a marcia clark moment. please tell me about that one.
>> mar hcia clark went up to johnnie cochran and said, i want you to think of one thing when you make your closing argument, and he said, what, and she said, i'm not wearing any underwear. i didn't believe it, and i called her, and asked her, is that true? and she said absolutely. and i said, what, that you told him that or that you weren't? >> and she said you'll never know. i do turn down clients because of what they're going to do. i don't represent people who are in organized crime, who are drug dealers, who are terrorists, who are in the business of continuing crime. i don't want to be con csconsig to a crime family. but there isn't anyone to
presumptive guilty to not deserve a defense. a lot of my clients have probably been guilty. do we want to live in a country where the majority of people charged with a crime are innocent? to keep it that way, defense lawyers like me have to represent people who might be guilty or innocent. a lot of them turn out to be innocent. i'll tell you about a fascinating case. i was representing a woman who was an exotic dancer, who was involved with binnion from binnion's casino. he ended up dead. they thought she had smothered him to death and they found a button mark on his body, the same shape as the button he was wearing, proving that his chest had been compressed. i did an analysis, blew up the photograph. turned out it wasn't a button mark at all. it was a pre-existing benign tumor and she walked free. she now has an art gallery, has two kids. that kind of thing really makes you feel good. >> are there any other stories like that where you start going down one road and it totally
surprises you with the twists and turns? >> absolutely. even the o.j. simpson case. i was on tv the morning after the murder and i said, usually it's the husband who did it, probably did it, and i still don't know, obviously, anymore than anybody else does, but i did discover that the sock that they claim he was wearing during the time of the killing and had his blood and the blood of the victim's was actually manufactured by the police. how do i know that? because the blood on it had edta, which is a chemical not found in the human body, but only put in test tubes to make sure the blood doesn't coagulate. and also, the blood had mirror images on all four sides. if he was wearing the sock at the time, there would only be mirror images on the fourth and second, not the third and first. so we didn't win the o.j. case, they lost it. because the jury believed that the police were trying to frame somebody who they believed were guilty. >> yes, they did. and why come out with a memoir
now? >> it's been 50 years, i'm 75 years old, it's my 30th book. it's time. and you know, who knows whether i'll have a chance to write another memoir. i also want to predict what the law will look like in the next 50 years. so it's a 100-year book. 50 years looking back, 50 years looking forward. this is the right time for me to be reflecting on my future, on the law's future. and i make a lot of predictions. i think the supreme court will diminish in its authority over the next 50 years. >> well, it is a great read. we are so glad you're with us this morning. what a great story teller, right? i want to sit in on one of your classes. thank you very much for joining us today. >> thank you. >> "taking the stand" is the book, alan dershowitz is the author. thank you for sharing stories. so many more we could talk about. you are up early with "new day sunday." it's beginning to look a lot like 2016. he promptly rips into obama care. and he has become the butt
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you know, when a washington politician trades the beltway for iowa, you know somebody is thinking about 2016. >> democrats have given potential republican candidates a really easy target, obama care. >> cnn's erin mcpike join us now from washington. and erin, what did congressman paul ryan tell iowans about the new health care law. i imagine it wasn't good. >> reporter: martin, he obviously said that he thought obama care was really harmful to millions of people. but what was interesting about his speech is that he said that he and mitt romney were running against big government in theory, but that if iowans got a chance to see what obama care was really like in practice, the
outcome of the election could be different. and he raked president obama over the coals for it. here's a little bit of what he had to say last night. >> we heard all of the soaring rhetoric and all of these promises. and now we see what's happening. the way i see it, there are only two explanations. either they were being dishonest or they were just incompetent. frankly, i don't know which one is the worse. >> now, he also said the next time a famous politician comes to iowa, he hopes that iowans will be a little more skeptical, which is, of course, a dig at iowa democrats for selecting barack obama in the caucuses in 2008 and perhaps a warning shot to iowa democrats for 2016, if hillary clinton comes through, martin. >> erin, i know, of course, ryan was on the losing side of the ticket in 2012, was is that going to hurt his chances in iowa coming up? >> not really, no.
because iowans got a chance to see him when he was campaigning in 2012, and he talked a lot about what they learned from that loss in 2012. and generally, republicans at least, tend to value the kind of experience that republicans can get when they make a first presidential run. and it seems that he got a pretty good reception in iowa last night. so it actually shouldn't hurt him at all. >> all right, cnn's erin mcpike, thanks so much for getting up early with us. appreciate it. and if you are just waking up, where have you been. embattled mayor rob ford was the target of last night's "snl". >> the show's cast mocked his admission of smoking crack cocaine and his recent very erratic behavior. we're going to show you all the highlights in case you missed it, right after the break. (dad) just feather it out. that's right. (son) ok. feather it out. (dad) all right. that's ok. (dad) put it in second, put it in second.
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in toronto, another push to boot mayor rob ford out of his job. he's been in the cross fire since he's admitted to smoking crack cocaine. tomorrow, lawmakers will vote on placing the mayor's office and budget in the hands of his deputy. they've already stripped his power to govern during an emergency and appoint committee chairs. >> and they aren't the only ones who want ford out. on saturday, laook at this. angry protesters gathered outside toronto city hall with one very clear message. rob ford has to go. but the defiant mayor says he is not going anywhere. ford is scheduled to launch his own tv show tomorrow, one of his biggest supporters, his brother. all right. and the jokes just won't stop when it comes to the controversial mayor. his provided plenty of fodder for late-night television. >> such rich material. the cast of "saturday night live" took their shot last night and here's a look in case you missed it.
>> i am sorry for how i have been acting. it is not indicative of my position of mayor in this great town of toronto. >> hey, man, i got what you asked for. >> hey, not here, okay? let's do it under the desk. >> okay. ♪ i'm the best mayor of all of the mayors ♪ ♪ i'm the best mayor in the world ♪ ♪ your mayor and suck my [ bleep ] ♪ >> how many times have you watched it, martin, and there are still tears in your eyes. >> clearly not enough. >> in another sketch, the show poked fun at the mayor's public image. >> you're worried about your public image? >> of course i am, but i feel like my public image is suffering because i don't have any good photos. i just feel like i would be better off if i had a good head shot, you know? do you mind if i get one now with your cameras? >> oh, yeah, sure. i'll count you down, all right? >> okay. >> three, two, one!
>> yeah, i think we got it! >> oh, my goodness, we just told you that he's launching this talk show, so apparently they're going to have a lot more material. >> the reality show has just had a huge audience. i wonder if they have a recall process. i don't know. that was something that sort of crossed my mind politically. we'll have to see. >> that has been kind of what they've talked about. how much can they do and how much can't they do. that's why they keep on stripping him of power, slowly but surely. maybe they're hope handging tha will slip away. >> maybe that tv show will take off. look at how close this firefighter comes to falling off the balcony of that burning apartment. >> we'll tell you how it happened. the charred railing gave away after he slipped and fell. i'm still mesmerized. thankfully, he got stuck on the ledge, and that kept him from falling and landing on his head. his fellow firefighters got to
him in time. >> as if they don't risk their lives enough. unbelievable! we'll see you back here at the top of the hour. >> and we look forward to it. but first, "sanjay gupta md" starts right now. hey, there! time in london on assignment and there's a pharmaceutical company here i'll tell you who is trying to turn secretly grown marijuana, weed, into a serious medicine. i'm going to tell you about medical marijuana here in the united kingdom. also, new guidelines are out on drugs to lower your cholesterol. you have to listen to this. a lot more people will be prescribed these medications, up to 70 million people. but for many, there's a better alternative. i'll tell you what it is. and a device like this, can it really tell if you just got hit hard enough to have a concussion? but first, as you may know, i travelled the world in