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pandemic. for more news download the cbs news on the app on your cellphone or connected tv. i'm matt pieper from cbs news, new york. ♪ it's friday, june 10th, 2022. this is the "cbs morning news." >> we can't sweep what happened under the rug. the american people deserve answers. >> primetime hearing. the january 6th panel lays blame on former president trump for the capitol riot. the new video and new testimony never seen before. rapid rise. national gas prices approach the $5 mark for the first time ever as americans brace for another brutal inflation report. response time. new records may explain y one hour to confront the gunman in the uvalde school shooting. good morning, and good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green.
calling it an attempted coup -- the house committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol began presenting its findings to the american people. in the first of several planned public hearings, last night the select committee played never-before-seen video of the riot showing what happened before and during the siege. it also aired prerecorded testimony from trump administration officials including the former president's daughters, ivanka. she said that she agreed with the assessment of former attorney general bill barr that there was no fraud in the 2020 presidential election. skyler henry is on capitol hill with the very latest on all this. good morning. >> reporter: anne-marie, good morning to you. it wasn't just ivanka. we also saw clips of testimony from her husband and white house adviser jared kushner, as well as others in the trump orbit who essentially are part of why lawmakers on this committee believe this was a coordinated effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
in addition to that, emotional and gripping testimony from witnesses who were there. >> what i saw was just a war scene. >> reporter: in its first public hearing, the january 6th house select committee presented dramatic testimony from a u.s. capitol police officer who was injured in the violent insurrection. >> there were officers on the ground, you know, they w bleeding, they were throwing up. >> reporter: the panel blamed former president trump for the events that day in 2021. during the primetime televised hearing, aired a never-before-seen 12-minute video of the deadly riot. >> on the morning of january 6th, president donald trump's intention was to remain president of the united states despite the lawful outcome of the 2020 election. >> january 6th was the culmination of an attempted coup. >> reporter: the committee of
seven democrats and two republicans presented video statements from supporters of president trump who face criminal charges in the riots' aftermath. >> i did believe that the election was being stolen, and trump asked us to come. >> reporter: the house panel showed trump administration officials including former attorney general william barr saying they didn't believe mr. trump's baseless claims of a stolen election. >> i made it clear i did not agree with the idea of saying the election was stolen and putting out this stuff which i told the president was [ bleep ]. >> reporter: several days of hearings are planned. there are two scheduled for this coming monday and wednesday. now, gop leadership came out yesterday challenging this committee's legitimacy, also announcing that they are conducting their own analysis on who was behind the january 6th attack. lawmakers on this committee noted not only the number of people involved but also said there were republican members of congress who sought pardons for their roles on that day. >> yeah, that was a very, very
interesting part of what we heard yesterday. skyler henry on capitol hill, thank you. ahead on "cbs mornings," we're going to be talking with representative adam kinzinger who is one of two republicans on the select committee. so overnight, the average price of gas in the u.s., you guessed it, inched a little closer to $5. a gallon of regular gas is $4.99 coordinating to the aaa. the 14th day in a row that the price has hit an all-time high with no end in sight. the record prices have contributed to four decade-high inflation. later this morning we're going to get another indication of how high the inflation rate is when the labor department releases the consumer price index for may. an employee is accused of opening fire at a manufacturing business in maryland killing three co-workers and critically wounding a fourth. authorities said the gunman fled yesterday and was tracked down by state police. they got into a shoot-out. the suspect and a trooper were wounded, but they hell survive.
so far the gunman's motive is unclear. jeff pegues has more. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: stunned motorists ducked for cover as gunshots rang out on this busy road as officers raced to the scene of another mass shooting. >> units immediately responded and located four victims, three of which were deceased at the scene and one who was critically injured and transported. >> shots fired! turn around! >> reporter: authorities say a gunman opened fire inside a concrete equipment company in smithsburg, maryland. >> the suspect fired and shot the state trooper in the shoulder who then returned fire and shot him back. >> reporter: columbia machine is a vancouver-based company. in a statement the company said that we are working with local authorities and are in contact with them. the safety of our employees is our number-one priority. this is the 58th mass shooting since a gunman killed ten people in a racially motivated shooting
at a supermarket in buffalo, new york, and little over two weeks since a shooter killed 21 people at an elementary school in uvalde, texas. jeff pegues, cbs news, smithsburg, maryland. there is new information about the law enforcement response to last month's shooting in uvalde. according to records obtained by "the new york times," police waited for protective equipment as they delayed entering the school. it happened even as they became aware that some victims needed medical treatment. police waited more than an hour to confront the gunman. when they went in, not all of the victims were dead, according to records. some died either on the way or at nearby hospitals. and for the second time in two days, a military aircraft has crashed in southern california. officials say a navy helicopter went down yesterday on a training range near el centro, close to the mexican border. all four crew members on board survived. one person suffered a non-life-threatening injury. on wednesday, you may recall, a marine osprey aircraft crashed in the desert during a training
mission about 40 miles away. all five marines on board were killed. the cause of that crash is under investigation. a michigan police officer is set to be arraigned today after being changed with second-degree murder. grand rapids officer christopher schurr shot and killed a 26-year-old black man, patrick lyoya, during a traffic stop in program. schurr pulled him over because his car did not match the license plate. video shows they struggled after lyoya tries to get away. it ends with him being shot in the head. yesterday lyoya's father reacted to the murder charge through an interpreter. >> i said though they may not believe 100% -- being arrested and go to jail. that's when i will be happy to see justice. >> the defense attorney said it was an unfortunate tragedy
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the "detroit free press" reports a republican candidate for governor of michigan was arrested for his role in the nuary capitack 40-year-old ryan kelley was arrested during an fbi raid at his home in allendale. that's near grand rapids. he was charged with several misdemeanors including disorderly and disruptive conduct. he's one of five republicans on the august primary ballot for governor. he denies doing anything illegal. "usa today" says two people were rescued after falling into a chocolate tank at a mars wrigley factory in pennsylvania. the two people, believed to be employees, were taken to a hospital. rescue crews cut a hole in the side of the tank to get them out. it's not clear just how they fell in. the chocolate in the tank was about waist high. and the "houston chronicle" says more than 40 years after a texas couple was murdered, their missing baby was found. holly marie knowles, who's now 42, was discovered alive and well living in oklahoma. a family adopted her as a baby.
her parents were found murdered near houston in 1981, but their bodies were only identified last year using advanced dna methods. that led to the woman who is known as baby holly. this week texas officials told her who she was. >> while we rejoice today that holly has been found and families that were looking for her for decades rejoice, we still are looking for suspects in this case. >> investigators say the family that raised holly are not suspects in her parents' murder. still to come, hot sauce shortage. why fans of a popular asian chile sauce may be out of luck this summer. lemons. lemons, lemons, lemons. look how nice they are. the moment you become an expedia member, you can instantly start saving on your travels. so you can go and see all those, lovely, lemony, lemons. ♪
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our our top stories this morning -- the house committee investigating the january 6th attack held the first of several public hearings last night. it blamed former president trump for what it called an attempted coup. it also played never-before-seen video of the riot and showed prerecorded testimony of trump administration officials saying the 2020 election was not stolen. and the average price of gas in the u.s. has inched closer to $5. a gallon of regular gas is now $4.99, according to aaa. it's the 14th day in a row that the price has hit an all-time high. later today we'll get another indication of just how high the inflation rate is when the labor department releases the consumer price index for may. broadway's best will be honored this weekend.
the 75th annual tony awards are on sunday at new york's radio city music hall. we have a preview. ♪ >> reporter: at nine months pregnant, actress kenita r. miller danced up a storm eight shows a week in "for colored girls," and is up for a tony award sunday for best featured actress in a play. >> my favorite line is like the last one that i get to say is i found god in myself, and i loved her.lo to be a part of something that's kind of instilling this mantra in me, i just hope she's absorbing it, as well. >> reporter: her daughter, nova pearl, arrived just days after miller went on maternity leave from the show which earned seven nominations including best revival of a play. ♪ pulling off this year's season with 34 eligible shows including "mj the musical" and the internationally popular "six" was a feat after covid
forced the cancelation of countless performances. hello -- >> reporter: tony nominee and "mrs. doubtfire" star ron mcclure had his show shut down three times during the pandemic. >> it's not just a celebration of my work or even the work of my show but the resilience of this community. >> reporter: while stars like hugh jackman and billy crystal who were nominated, understudies who helped keep broadway running this season will also be honored. >> they will be seen, and they will be heard, and they will be celebrated. >> reporter: tony awards show roots among e ay as anita in "west si." >>only fl .on ♪uny's show will feature performances from "the music man" and all musicals all a chance to celebrate the best of broadway and reach audiences far beyond the foot lights. leigh scheps, cbs news, new york. >> coverage begins at 7:00 p.m.
eastern on paramount plus followed by the tony awards at 8:00 here on cbs and streaming live. coming up on "cbs mornings," we'll speak with january 6th committee member representative adam kinzinger about the televised hearings. tony nominated actor matt doyle talks about his performance in "company." and james brown shares a personal essay as he offers advice to this year's graduating class. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ♪