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they're too aggressive. that's what lead in is trying to change. >> that's it for "your money." we're here every saturday at 9:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m. eastern and sunday again at 3:00 p.m. have graet weekend >> hello, everyone. the stories are topping our news this hour. catherine is wac in jail. two convicted murders are behind bars gens p again after pulling off a unique escape. today, the big question is was anyone else involved? and the mayor of newark, new jersey, has a brand new seat on capitol hill. and a murder trial in utah is heating up. a former doctor accused of killing his beauty queen wife. we've got a legal team to break down the critical moments including when a bathtub was dragged into court.
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shlgts first up, convicted killers whoot an early release from prison based on forged documents are now back in custody. we got our first look at them in court this morning. charles walker and joseph jenkins both charged with escape. they were found at a motel in panama city last night. andhose two arrests are likely not the end of the story. nick valenci is live for us now. what have you learned from law enforcement about what thaw're investigating now? >> i just got off the foen with the florida department of law enforcement. this is new information just into cnn. i want to strez, though, that this is is in the preliminary portion of their invest kbags. ey did say they're looking into those documents. those documents could have cost up to $8,000. they wanted to stress to our viewers that it is very early on into the investigation into that. they also say that arrests are em innocent. they're looking into those that helped charles walker and joseph
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jenkins while they were escaped on the outside. also looking into those that could have helped get their hands on these documents. also, in terms of this scheme, this sfraud that jenkins and walker used, the commissioner did say that two times before unsuccessfully this has happened. so we knew of one case involving a man named jeffrey forbs. he says there's actually two cases of this having happened before unsuccessfully. and what next for those inmates? they're charged with escape, but they're serving life in prison. >> they feel their next court appearance on the 25th of october. that's on friday. we're still unclear at this point whether or not they're going to stay in big county jail where they are just a few miles away from here or whether or not they're going to be transferred. i was told earlier that eventually, they would be turned oemp to the florida department
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of corrections and make their way in front of an administrative board. back to this scheme, though, fred, we've got some sound from the u.s. marshal ls. >> i know that this is rare. here, in florida, this is the first time i've heard of it. i've been in law enforcement for over 30 years and it's the first time i've ever heard of prisoners escaping from their custody by a measure such as this. >> this is a pretty embarrassing blender, fred, for all of the agencies involved. it's going to be a while before we have all of the questions answered on this one. >> we're going to talk more about this case with well-known criminal defense attorney later on this hour. the first numbers on the affordable care act sign-ups are in.
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despite web siet glitches, around half a million people have made it through the online application. that isn't enough for republican senator ted cruz, however. the buck needs to stop at the top of the health and human services agency. >> some of her colleagues are saying she should resign. do you agree with that? >> absolutely. why? because the program she has imp lemted, obama care, is a disasterment it's not working. it's hurting people all across this country. >> cnn's chris lawrence is in washington. so, chris, the site was down for maintenance on friday. it's up and running again, right? >> that's right. they basically have been taking it down every weekend to do some maintenance and then bring it back online. of course, people are still trying to fight through a lot of those glitches. but as you mentioned, fred, this is the latest, most complete picture we have of exactly, you know, how successful or not successful this program is at its launch. near lif a half a million people
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have filled out the applications. now, that does not mean they're enrolled. it means they've put in all the information about salary, family members, things like that, completed it. but it's still more steps to go before we actually are able to choose an actual plan. the critics are still harping on a lot of those glitches. people got error messages, they couldn't get a log in, they waited weeks to slog through the system. the folks who backed the system say these are just glitches. nose who are criticizing say these are fundamental flaws in the sovltware that should never have been there. >> chris lawrence, thanks so much in washington. we'll be watching, of course. so the senator who led the fight to defund obama care told cnn that he's not backing down. we're talking about texas senator ted cruz. it could include another government shutdown. and he even talked about whether
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this could all be a prelude to a run for the white house? >> when do you make your intelligences for the white house known? >> rook, my focus is entirely on the u.s. senate. it's on substance. i get everyone wants to talk politics. >> and, you know, some trips to the first primary might be little hints. >> but there's a reason for that. the only way to win this fight, and for that matter, to win some of the other fights we've had, is to energize and activate the grass roots of the american people. you don't get 2 million people signing a national petition without going directly to the people. and what we're trying to do -- listen, i think what we're trying to do is bigger than the economy, than the budget, bigger than even obama care. what we're trying to do is change how washington operates. the reason people are so frus ratsed is career politicians in both parties, they aren't listening to u you.
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and even more than that, the american people have the sense, for good reason, that the system is rigged. >> let's talk weather now. it's getting pretty chilly across parts of the country, kneeling very fall-like. samantha moore is in the severe weather center and says you can blame canada. oh canada. >> well, fredericka, some of the coldest air is spilling out of canada into the northern and sen central plains. and then this whole trough is going to usher that air out to the east. so we're going to see some dramatic cool downs as we head into the next few days. those temperatures just plum etting behind that system. quite windy at times. we're talking some snow here, some impressive amouptings. could even see one to four inches across much of minnesota, and into the up of michigan. we could end up seeing our first
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measurable snow of the season. high temperatures, not too high at all. well below average for this time of year. the average is 61 degrees. so well below average. so here's our pattern with that frontal system moving through. some snow associated with it as we move ahead into our monday and all of that cold air will be marching to the east as we head through that workweek. so it looks like we need to dig out the sweaters and the jackets, fredericka. >> all right, we'll all do that. it's a very different kind of weather south of the border. tropical storm raymond is gainigai gaining strength as it churns off the coast of mexico. experts say it could become a hurricane by monday and then turning away. it may not make rainfall, but forecasters predict heavy rains around mexico. two killers back behind bars in fla fla.
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sentences, or so it seemed. it turned out the documents were forgeries. everyone is wond wondering who helped them do this. cnn analyst joining me now from orlando. mark, we heard from florida law enforcement that they do expect more arrests. do you think the focus is on those who helped them on the inside or the outside. >> reporter: i think it's going to be those on the this side. it looked like from day one that they've had to have help from the salescleclerk's office or m lawyer. to get those documents into the system the right way took some knowledge. >> so talk about the knowledge that it would have take p. the judge, himself, has gone on camera saying someone clearly took his signature and managed to somehow duplicate it, put it on these documents and everyone thought it was very authentic. this sounds very elaborate. very sophisticated. >> well, you know, with what we
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have today with desktop printing and whatnot, you can almost make your own dollars. so the idea of being able to forge the judge's signature, i can almost understand. but to do it in the right way, with the right motion, to get it into the system the right way through the clerk's office, you really take some understanding ofl the way the process goes and how to slide it in without being caught. >> and then what about the cost? we heard our own nick valencia saying it could have cost upwards of $8,000 to get those kinds of forged documents. where would that money come from? >> well, you know, i'm certain that if i was in for a life sentence and somebody could get me out, i'd figure out someway to come up with money. whether that's somebody on the outside for them. it's interesting that the family members seem to be completely unaware. they were literally taking them to church, living in the same areas with them. it's interesting looking forward to see what happens. >> this is alarming to everybody.
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you know that florida corrections system, justice system, better than just about anybody there in florida. how much of a surprise does this come to you? or do you think that, you know, you saw promise red flags within the system that something like this, there were openings for something like this to happen? >> well, i think it's happened before mplt i think it's going to happen again, unless d.o.c. and the local clerk's offices around the state get very, very careful. this has got to be an awakening for the system. we now know that the system can be gained. it's also sort of an easy fix. when dchlts o.c. is going to release any prisoner, what they should do is contact the state attorney's office who happhandl sentencing and let them know is there any reason to keep them in? any other warrant? and that would be a very well quick safety measure. >> all right, mark, thanks so much. good to see you. appreciate it from orlando.
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so the bogus documents that temporarily freed those two convicted killers contained the forged name of a famous florida judge. he presided over one of the most high-profile trials of the s century, the casey anthony case. those were his thoughts. he's going to be joining don lemon later on at 5:00 eastern time. he's got more than a million twitter followers. and he's got a brand new title. senator elect. newark mayor, corey booker moves onto washington. will his star power work there? but, first, we're shining a spotlight on the top ten cnn heroes of 2013. you can vote for the one who inspires you the most at
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newark mayor corey booker is washington bound now after his victory last week to fill new jersey's vacant u.s. senate seat. will he maintain that celebrity status on the national political state? >> you know, i'm going to go out there and try to be the best me possible. >> so far, that's worked for corey booker. he's never had trouble drawing a crowd. which is why the new jersey democrat may get a very warm welcome when he goes to washington. rutgers university political science professor ross baker. >> i think he's a great asset to the democrats. i think he will be a great fundraiser.
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>> reporter: booker, the mayor of newark, is so widely known, he has a twitter following of 1.4 million people. his campaign boasted big celebrity endorsements. he has a powerful and recognizable brand. >> there's a lot i have to learn. i'm going to be back in new jersey as much as possible to directly serve people. >> he's going to be very visible. people will expect him sto exude that incredible charisma that he has. i think he'd be well advised to keep it in check. >> reporter: sound advice, but it could prove tough considering the background. some pundits are saying booker is a potential pick for a vice
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presidential run in 2016. >> look, i've also heard that i might be a choice for the giants right now. but we're having a tough time this season. so maybe i might get called in. >> oh, what a great sense of humor. so what is in store for this slen rity mayor as he heads to washington? he says he's going to study. but then what? >> reporter: and that's a good idea. we know that these transitions aren't easy when these celebrity status go into figures. political analysts say the first thing he needs to do is have more style than substance. and there are a few ways to do that in washington. try to get some prominent places and hire a strong washington staff with some know-how about the town. he doesn't have long in aufgs. he'll only be in office for 15 months. that's what's left of senator frank lautenburg's term.
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so he needs to definitely spend some time with his con stitch wents, that means returning to new jersey, not just to ne wurks ark, but making himself visible around the state and that he's listening to them, fred. >> all right. alexandra, thanks so much in nork. >> thanks. perhaps you're looking for a new investment. here's one you might not have considered. buy a share in your favorite athlete. why one company says it's a e' winning investment strategy. and the light comes on.lip- it's our job to make sure that it does. using natural gas this power plant can produce enough energy for about 600,000 homes. generating electricity that's cleaner and reliable, with fewer emissions-- it matters. ♪
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bottom of the hour now. here are five things crossing the cnn news desk right now. florida officials expect more arrests in the case of two escaped inmates. they were in court this morning after being caught last night in panama city. the convicted murderers had been released from jail based on forged documents that showed they had reduced sentences. and, now, investigators are trying to figure out who else may have been involved. number two, a california out of service bay area rapid transit train struck and killed two workers. the workers were checking on a rail. the sdent comes as bart union workers remain on strike over a variety of issues. the accident is under investigation. number three, firefighters in australia aren't getting any help from the weather today.
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a day of high temperatures and strong winds. the area around sydney has been hit by dozens of fires in recent days. and number four, a long island man was arrested at j.f.k. airport for allegedly trying to board a jet blue flight with a bag of knives and scissors. port authority officials say timothy schiavo had owned the bag's contents. he has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon. and number five, check out these two men base jumping off of a bridge more than a thousand feet. oh, my gosh, above the ground. 34 base jumpers from 15 different countries gathered in china this weekend to take the challenge. the jumpers only have fiver seconds to open their parachu s parachutes.
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>> all right. back here on earth at home safely. a new and surprising way to invest in your money. i have'm talking a about buying stock in a pro-athlete. one company is making it possible. and the first sports star that they are investing in is houston texan running back arian foster. >> on the field, he's explosive. >> some long enchilakas. >> and if one company has its way, he'll soon be a publicly traded as set. >> he'll be beyond just being a pro-bowl running back. his approach to life makes him an attractive candidate to us. >> star nfl running back is the first athlete to sign up with fantax, a club to allow fans to
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buy and sell shares of their favorite athletes. they will pay him $10 million up front. in exchange, they get the option to earn 20% of his future income, including money from playing contracts, endorsements and appearances. fans can buy a stake at $10 a share. they also have to invest a minimum of $50. but veteran sports consul tant is punting the foster stock. >> it's very difficult to monotize athlete's brands post-playing days. it's very difficult while they're playing. >> it eets looking forral ented athletes with significant growth potential. >> but what's in it for the athletes. >> for players, this is a complete home run. i mean, he's basically buying himself insurance in terms of his playing days. >> so bhie arien foster?
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he's one of the nfl's biggest stars. his brand has surged with the popularity of fant si football. and fantex wants to make him a must-buy for investors. >> and if fantex doesn't raise enough money, it says it's scrapping the deal. still, the company is bullish about bringing sports investing to the average joe. >> we really embrace this concept of him being a trail blazer. and it fits his brand and how we see him. we think that there is a desire for that out in the marketplace. >> cnn, new york. >> all right. there's more. so, yesterday, we asked for your comments on this story. and here's what some of you said. it's just a way to bilk fans. and, someone else said this. i think anthony bourdain is
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lance armstrong was once a seven-time tour defrance winner. but his dramatic fall from grace has tarnished his legacy. a new book, "wheelmen" claims how he got away with doping for so long and who helped him.
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cnn spoke to the authors who are both reporters for "the wall street journal." >> we've always viewed this as more of a business story. it's more than doping and cycling. we viewed this as a story about a business enterprise, essentially, and cheating was at the heart of it! did the fact that he also had this charity, did he use that to kind of blank criticism of him? >> absolutely. the lance armstrong foundation, which is now known as the livestrong foundation; after this can sdal, was really his shield. he was fighting cancer. he wasn't just an athlete. he was above all of that. and that really, in the minds of so many of his fans and followers, protected him over those 14 years. >> he would even say sometimes u you know, i survived cancer. why would i take drugs. and people believed it. it gave him special status in the eyes of the public. >> what happens to him now?
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he's still facing at least one lawsuit, correct? >> yeah. floyd landis filed a lawsuit as a whistle blower, essentially on the u.s. poisal service's violation of the contract. lance armstrong's team violated the contract by doping. and the u.s. department of justice has joined that lawsuit to the tune of potentially $120 million. >> that lawsuit really points to some of the business themes that i think we bring up in the book. for instance, armstrong argues that the u.s. postal service should have known it got this marketing benefit by sponsoring the team because he won so many times. the postal service had the benefit of all of the media exposure. and he is basically arguing in the lawsuit that the postal service should have known he was doping. squl it's obviously incredibly important to him to be able to compete in triathlons, and that's one of the things he cannot do now. was he doping in triathlons?
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>> i think there have been allegations that he was. he was still working with kelly ferrari. but lance's side of the story is he wasn't doping, he was just helping him with the training regimen. >> they seemed like they were living the american dream. now it's a nightmare. this former doctor on trial accused of drugging and drowning his wife, find out what prosecutors brought in to try to prove their case. [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah.
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form ere doctor is accused of drugging and drowning his wife, michelle, so he could be with his mistress. a bathtub took center stage as neighbors began showing exactly how his body was found. prosecutors were questioning whether dr. mcneil was trying to breathe life after she was pulled out of the bathtub. martin mcneil could face life in prison if convicted. it's another high profile case that caught the nation's attention. here to talk more, good to see
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both of you. >> so we've heard testimony from friends and neighbors who did paint the picture that it was a little strange. >> well, sure, the prosecutors have to deliver a case to say that, you know, he really did kill her. >> there has to be some forensic evidence, there has to be some physical evidence. that's strange. it proves this or that. >> while i think they have an uphill battle, there's certain things that will prove that this was a murder. for example, her behavior -- the
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fact that he asked the doctor for more drugs seems premeditated, in a way. that she didn't even, in fact, need these drugs. the doctor actually aed vised her not to get a facelift. but he moved and moved for her to. to me, that shows intent. that shows premeditation. >> there are eight children involved, four biological, four akopted. one is even a medical school student turned on dad pretty quickly saying we think dad had something to do with this. >> they did. in fact, dad told one of those daughters, the mother came to one of the daughters and says if something happens to me while i'm recovering from this faceli facelift, be sure to check into
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your dad. and a facelift that apparently, she had second thoughts about. >> he needed this cocktail of drugs, of pharmaceuticals to kill his wife. the defense here, there are so many inconsistencies. i do think that not having a cause of death, a clear cause of death, is very, very strong for the defense. >> it is. >> okay. and now the judge ruled that several federal inmates and etch a former utah jail inmate can testify. argue that in kourlt. what is that all about and why?
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>> jurors are people. they have to take the totality of the circumstances and look at it. if he is bragging in jail, i wanted her dead anyway and they're never going to be able to prove that it was me, they're going the take that and they're going to let the jury ponder that. the judge is allowing this inmate to testify. so that does mean that this could be some evidence that could be very important to the jury putting all of the pieces together to come up with a verdict. >> isn't that unusual? >> it is unusual. it's kind of a way to get character evidence in through the back door. but i do think that in this particular case, because he talked about this to so many other inmates, the judge has found that there must be some shred of reliability here and that the jurors should consider that in relation to and in the context of the totality of all of the testimony. >> fascinating stuff. thanks, ladies. appreciate your insighted.
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jim carrey spent over two decades entertaining us. and now the actor-turned author is making kids laugh with some very g-rated humor.
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>> somewhere. >> at age 51, jim carrey still knows how to capture an audience. >> there's nothing interesting over there. they're all out of 50 shades of grey. >> reporter: but on this day, his pint-sized fan base dripgs juice boxes and sits on the carpet. >> every time i turnl a page, i want you kids to make a noise. >> it's exactly what carrey is hoping for. j i am sdrung with my own self importance. really, truly. it's nothing i can't do. it's amazing. >> all kidding aside, his story krenters around an anxious wave named roland. >> he's afraid that one day, when he hits the beach, his life will be over. but when he gets deep, he's struck by the notion that he's not just a wave, he's the whole
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big, wide ocean. so it's that feeling of that ultimate fear that when it happens, it's not bad and you just go into a different phase and a different kind of feeling and awareness. >> our cameras caught up with carrey at a book signing in atlanta. but the two-time golden global winner has been seen around town for other reasons. >> austria. well, then, good day, mate. >> reporter: carrey and his cohfd star are making the sequel to dumb and dumber. it's a film almost 20 years in the making. >> i'm amazed at the wonders of ink printers. it's amazing. you know, it's just friends getting together again. you know, for me. absolutely.
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>> can you give us a little taste? >> jim carrey taking on a new chapter in his life. >> and, tonight, a special salute to a kmeed yen, who many will say is very deserving. carol burnett will receive the mark twain prize at the kennedy center. previous winners include tina fayye, bill cosby and elen degeneres. >> i was thrilled. actually, i had been asked for a few years, but i couldn't work it in to my schedule. and i felt just terrible about that. but, now, having it congresswoman at this age, i'm happy i didn't do it before. >> well, congrats to carol
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>> it's finally coming out. it's one of the big economic reports we get. but it only had three people working during the shutdown. so the september reading didn't come out and the data for the october report couldn't be gathered. october numbers will be delayed one week. other economic data will finally begin to flow in. another big one? economisting home sales due on monday. sales are already at six-year highs. with mortgage rates rising, more buyers have rushed to purchase before rates rise even more. also figures on new home sales and durable sentiment. we'll hear from big companies like at&t, caterpillar and amazon.
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that's what's coming up in business news. back to you. >> here's what else is coming um in the week. same-sex couples can get married in new jersey. the state supreme court ruled last week against governor chris christie's efforts to block the move. the state has to allow marriages even as christie's appeal moves forward. the group of hackers known as anonymous plans a peaceful protest to support an alleged team rape victim. the group is pushing for the missouri state attorney general to reopen the case and investigate why charges accused of sexual assault were dropped. sheriff's department records show the boys admitted to having sex with daisy and her 13-year-old friend but both claim it was consensual. pakistan media reports wants to talk about afghanistan, specifically about security
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after u.s. troops withdraw. on urz thursday, the cnn film black fish premiers. the event in des moines iowa is a fundraiser for the gop. >> check out new day tomorrow. where kate baldwin and chris quomo will talk with michelle rhee. a former d.c. school's chancellor once vilified for her teaching standards. a new study shows her system was actually successful in improving teacher performance. that's all only "new day" tomorrow. that's going to do it for me. much more of the


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