The National for August 10, 2018 — With Special Coverage on the Fredericton Shooting

The National for August 10, 2018 — With Special Coverage on the Fredericton Shooting
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    >> Ian: I'M IAN HANOMANSING.
    WE'RE FOLLOWING MANY STORIES
    TONIGHT, INCLUDING THAT SHOOTING
    IN FREDERICTON.
    WE WANT TO START WITH A STORY
    SOUTH OF HERE IN WASHINGTON
    STATE, WHERE A HORIZON PLANE WAS
    ESSENTIALLY STOLEN BY AN
    EMPLOYEE AT SEA-TAC AIRPORT.
    THE MALE IS DESCRIBED BY THE
    SHERIFF'S OFFICE AS SUICIDAL.
    NO PASSENGERS WERE ON BOARD.
    THERE WERE TWO MILITARY F-15s
    CHASING THAT PLANE.
    THEY DIDN'T SHOOT IT DOWN, BUT
    IT DID EVENTUALLY CRASH.
    WE'RE WORKING ON THE STORY.
    WE'LL HAVE A LIVE UPDATE FOR YOU
    IN ABOUT 25 MINUTES TIME.
    WE'LL CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE
    STORY THROUGH THE HOUR.
    LET'S GO TO ADRIENNE NOW IN
    FREDERICTON.
    (*)
    >> Adrienne: A COMMUNITY GATHERS
    IN THE FACE OF DEVASTATING
    GRIEF.
    THIS IS FREDERICTON TONIGHT, AND
    A VIGIL TO REMEMBER FOUR PEOPLE
    SHOT AND KILLED JUST THIS
    MORNING.
    AMONG THEM, TWO POLICE OFFICERS.
    THAT LOSS OF OFFICERS GUNNED
    DOWN ON DUTY IS A TRAGEDY THIS
    PROVINCE HAS SEEN BEFORE.
    WE'RE HERE TONIGHT TO EXPLORE
    THE DANGERS POLICE FACE IN THEIR
    WORK, LIVES CUT TOO SHORT, AND
    ANOTHER CANADIAN NEIGHBOURHOOD
    REELING FROM GUN VIOLENCE.
    THIS IS "THE NATIONAL."
    >> Adrienne: AND THAT'S THE
    FREDERICTON APARTMENT COMPLEX
    WE'RE TALKING ABOUT.
    THERE'S SHELL CASINGS STILL ON
    THE GROUND THIS EVENING.
    IT REMAINS AN ACTIVE CRIME SCENE
    TONIGHT.
    THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD, THIS CITY,
    THEY'RE ALL UNITED IN GRIEF,
    REMEMBRANCE AND A FAIR AMOUNT OF
    CONFUSION.
    MANY COMMUNITY EVENTS LIKE AN
    EVENING BASEBALL GAME AND
    FUNDRAISER HAVE BEEN CANCELLED
    OR POSTPONED OUT OF RESPECT.
    THIS HAS BECOME A NIGHT OF
    REFLECTION, AFTER A BEAUTIFUL
    DAY TURNED VERY DARK.
    SHORTLY AFTER 7:00, THE CRACK OF
    GUNFIRE SHATTERED THE QUIET OF
    THIS PLACE, BLOWING HOLES IN
    WINDOWS, SENDING PEOPLE
    SCRAMBLING FOR COVER.
    AN HOUR LATER, FOUR PEOPLE ARE
    DEAD.
    TWO CIVILIANS AND TWO POLICE
    OFFICERS, SWORN TO PROTECT THEM.
    TONIGHT, WE'RE TRYING TO DIG
    INTO ALL THE ANGLES ON THE
    STORY.
    THE INVESTIGATION, THE
    COMMUNITY, AND THE MANY, MANY
    QUESTIONS THAT REMAIN.
    AND WE BEGIN OUR COVERAGE WITH
    WHAT WE KNOW, OF COURSE, ABOUT
    THE VICTIMS, INCLUDING THOSE
    DEDICATED POLICE OFFICERS
    COMMITTED TO FRONTLINE PUBLIC
    SERVICE AND ALL THE RISK THAT
    COMES WITH IT.
    >> FOUR PEOPLE WERE KILLED
    INCLUDING TWO FREDERICTON POLICE
    OFFICERS.
    >> Adrienne: 45-YEAR-OLD
    LAWRENCE ROBB COSTELLO, WAS A
    20-YEAR VETERAN THAT WORKED ON
    ALL KINDS OF CASES -- MISSING
    PERSONS, ROBBERIES, EXTORTION.
    AT ONE TIME, HE WAS A KEY MEMBER
    OF THE RCMP'S INTERNET CHILD
    EXPLOITATION UNIT.
    COSTELLO POSTED ON-LINE
    MEMORIALS TO OTHER OFFICERS
    KILLED ON DUTY, INCLUDING THOSE
    KILLED IN MONCTON IN 2014.
    HE LEAVES BEHIND A PARTNER AND
    FOUR CHILDREN.
    43-YEAR-OLD SARA MAE BURNS
    JOINED THE FORCE JUST TWO YEARS
    AGO.
    SHE HELPED TO RAISE MONEY FOR
    LIBERTY LANE, AN ORGANISATION
    THAT PROVIDES HOUSING FOR
    VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE.
    SHE WAS MARRIED AND HAD THREE
    KIDS.
    WE KNOW VERY LITTLE ABOUT THE
    OTHER TWO VICTIMS IN THIS
    TRAGEDY, A MAN AND A WOMAN.
    HE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS
    DONNIE ROBICHAUD.
    TONIGHT, THERE ARE SO MANY OF
    THOSE UNANSWERED QUESTIONS.
    WE HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE
    SUSPECT, THE GUN, THE MOTIVE.
    KAYLA HOUNSELL IS HERE NOW WITH
    WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE
    INVESTIGATION.
    >> Reporter: THIS NORTH
    FREDERICTON NEIGHBOURHOOD WAS
    QUIET UNTIL JUST AFTER 7:00 WHEN
    POLICE RESPONDED TO GUNFIRE AT
    AN APARTMENT COMPLEX.
    >> I HEARD SOMEBODY SCREAM.
    AFTER THE SECOND ONE, THERE WAS
    NO MORE SOUND.
    AND THEN NOT TOO LONG AFTER
    THAT, MORE SHOTS STARTED RINGING
    OUT.
    >> Reporter: OFFICERS ROBB
    COSTELLO AND SARA BURNS WERE
    FIRST ON THE SCENE.
    ABOUT AN HOUR LATER, THEY AND
    TWO OTHER PEOPLE WERE DEAD.
    >> THIS IS THE WORST MOMENT FOR
    ANY CHIEF OF POLICE IN ANY
    POLICE AGENCY TO HAVE TO DELIVER
    THIS NEWS.
    >> Reporter: NOW WHILE A CITY
    GRIEVES, INVESTIGATORS TRY TO
    PIECE TOGETHER WHAT HAPPENED
    SHARING WHAT THEY KNOW THIS
    AFTERNOON.
    >> AROUND 9:30, FREDERICTON
    POLICE FORCE ENTERED AN
    APARTMENT AND ARRESTED A
    48-YEAR-OLD MAN FROM
    FREDERICTON.
    HE WAS TAKEN TO DR. EVERETT
    CHALMERS HOSPITAL.
    HE IS UNDERGOING TREATMENT FOR
    SERIOUS INJURIES.
    >> Reporter: AND THAT'S ABOUT
    ALL THEY'VE SAID.
    >> THE REST IS PART OF THE
    INVESTIGATION.
    I CAN'T GO TOO DEEP ON IT.
    >> Reporter: NO DETAILS ON WHO
    THE ALLEGED SHOOTER IS.
    >> NO, UNFORTUNATELY, IT'S AN
    ONGOING INVESTIGATION.
    >> Reporter: OR THE WEAPON USED.
    >> THE INVESTIGATION IS
    CONTINUING TO DETERMINE EXACTLY
    WHAT HAPPENED.
    >> Reporter: THE RCMP HAVE TAKEN
    OVER FROM FREDERICTON POLICE.
    THEY, TOO, HAD LITTLE TO OFFER
    IN THE WAY OF DETAILS.
    THEIR FOCUS NOW -- GATHERING AS
    MUCH EVIDENCE AND INFORMATION AS
    POSSIBLE FROM THE SCENE AND FROM
    THE PUBLIC.
    >> I'M STILL LOST FOR WORDS.
    I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT TO THINK
    AFTER SEEING WHAT I SAW.
    IT'S TRAUMATIZING, VERY
    TRAUMATIZING.
    >> Adrienne: KAYLA, TO
    UNDERSCORE YOUR POINT, PEOPLE
    ARE STILL NOT BEING ALLOWED BACK
    HOME.
    >> Reporter: THAT'S RIGHT,
    ADRIENNE.
    AS YOU CAN SEE, THIS REMAINS
    VERY MUCH AN ACTIVE
    INVESTIGATION TONIGHT.
    POLICE ARE ACTUALLY ASKING
    MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO SUBMIT
    ANY VIDEO OR PHOTOS TO HELP THEM
    PIECE TOGETHER WHAT HAPPENED
    HERE.
    WHILE THIS INVESTIGATION
    CONTINUES, THIS STRETCH OF ROAD
    THAT WE'RE ON HERE REMAINS
    CLOSED, WHICH MEANS 50 PEOPLE
    WHO LIVE HERE CANNOT GO HOME
    TONIGHT.
    SO CITY OFFICIALS AND MEMBERS OF
    THE RED CROSS HAVE FOUND PLACES
    FOR THEM TO STAY, AT LEAST FOR
    NOW.
    IT'S NOT CLEAR IF THEY CAN GO
    HOME.
    AS THEY CONTINUE THIS WORK,
    POLICE ARE ASKING FOR PATIENCE.
    ADRIENNE, THEY'RE ALSO THANKING
    MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC FOR THE
    OUTPOURING OF LOVE AND SUPPORT
    THEY'VE SEEN.
    JUST TONIGHT SAYING THAT THEY
    FEEL IT AND THEY APPRECIATE IT.
    >> Adrienne: NO DOUBT, PEOPLE
    ARE INCREDIBLY GRACIOUS HERE.
    THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
    THIS MAYHEM HITS HARD IN A CITY
    LIKE FREDERICTON.
    IT'S A PROVINCIAL CAPITAL AND
    ALSO CLOSE KNIT AND PROUD OF ITS
    SMALL-TOWN FEEL.
    LET'S TAKE A SECOND TO GET OUR
    BEARINGS.
    THE DOWNTOWN AREA IS SOUTH OF
    THE ST. JOHN RIVER.
    SOUTH OF THERE, YOU WILL FIND
    THE REGIONAL HOSPITAL WHERE THE
    VICTIMS WERE TAKEN, BUT WE'RE
    NORTH OF THE RIVER IN WHAT IS
    SEEN AS A QUIETER PART OF TOWN.
    BROOKSIDE DRIVE IS A VERY LONG
    STREET THAT CUTS THROUGH THIS
    RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD.
    IT'S NOW REALLY THE FOCUS AREA
    OF THE TRAGEDY THAT HAS THE CITY
    REELING.
    HERE'S THE CBC'S HARRY FORESTELL
    WITH THE IMPACT ON THE
    COMMUNITY.
    (*)
    >> Reporter: IN A PLACE LIKE
    FREDERICTON, PEOPLE WEAR THEIR
    HEARTS ON THEIR SLEEVES AND
    TONIGHT, MANY OF THE HEARTS ARE
    BREAKING.
    AT A VIGIL NOT FAR FROM THE
    SCENE OF THE SHOOTING, RESIDENTS
    GATHERED TO COMFORT AND BE
    COMFORTED, STRUGGLING TO
    COMPREHEND THE HORROR THAT
    UNFOLDED JUST HOURS AGO.
    >> IT'S QUITE DISTURBING, AND
    THE POOR PEOPLE THAT WERE SHOT.
    >> IT'S PRETTY SHOCKING.
    YOU DON'T HEAR TOO MUCH ABOUT
    THIS STUFF HERE IN FREDERICTON.
    >> NO.
    THIS IS A QUIET TOWN.
    NOTHING LIKE THIS HAPPENS HERE.
    IT'S QUITE SHOCKING, ACTUALLY.
    >> Reporter: AT THE CITY'S MAIN
    HOSPITAL, WHERE A STILL UNKNOWN
    NUMBER OF VICTIMS ARE BEING
    TREATED FOR INJURIES, UNIFORMED
    POLICE AND THEIR SUPPORTERS
    FORMED AN HONOUR GUARD.
    >> DURING THIS MOST DIFFICULT
    TIME IN THIS DARK TIME, I CAN
    SAY WITH CERTAINTY, THAT THE
    CITIZENS OF FREDERICTON WERE
    BEING EXCEPTIONALLY WELL SERVED
    AND THAT THOSE THAT WERE KILLED
    THIS MORNING WERE TAKEN VERY
    GOOD CARE OF AND I COULDN'T BE
    PROUDER OF THE MEN AND WOMEN
    THAT SERVE THE CITY AND I WANT
    TO REASSURE THE PUBLIC THAT
    WE'LL CONTINUE TO DO SO IN THE
    DAYS AND MONTHS AND YEARS AHEAD.
    >> Reporter: OUTSIDE POLICE
    HEADQUARTERS, A GROWING TRIBUTE
    OF FLOWERS AND MESSAGES OF
    SUPPORT, MEANT TO HEAL A GAPING
    WOUND.
    >> WE WERE WATCHING THE EVENTS
    AS THEY UNFOLDED AND OUR HEARTS
    ARE BROKEN.
    >> WE WANTED TO PAY OUR
    RESPECTS.
    THIS IS AWFUL.
    THINGS LIKE THIS DON'T HAPPEN IN
    FREDERICTON.
    >> Reporter: BUT THEY DO.
    AND TODAY WITH A CITY IN SHOCK,
    MAYOR MIKE O'BRIEN CALLED FOR
    UNITY IN THE FACE OF
    OVERWHELMING TRAGEDY.
    >> IN THIS COMMUNITY, WE GRIEVE
    TOGETHER, BUT WE'LL HEAL
    TOGETHER AS WELL.
    TODAY WE SAW SOMETHING TRAGIC.
    IN THE NEAR FUTURE, WE'LL SEE
    THE BEST OF OUR COMMUNITY COME
    FORWARD.
    WE ALWAYS DO.
    >> Adrienne: HARRY, THERE ARE
    ECHOS HERE OF MONCTON.
    IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO TALK ABOUT
    FREDERICTON WITHOUT TALKING
    ABOUT MONCTON.
    >> Reporter: WITHOUT REFERENCE
    TO THAT TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
    HOW COULD IT NOT BE IN THE BACK
    OF PEOPLE'S MINDS?
    FOUR YEARS AGO IN MONCTON, FIVE
    RCMP OFFICERS SHOT, THREE
    KILLED, TWO WOUNDED.
    IT WAS A TERRIBLE EVENT NOT JUST
    FOR MONCTON, BUT FOR THE
    PROVINCE AND THE ATLANTIC REGION
    OF CANADA.
    SO TODAY WHEN WE BEGAN REPORTING
    ON THIS, THAT WAS THE DREAD,
    THAT MAYBE THERE WERE MORE.
    OF COURSE, THERE ARE STILL
    PEOPLE INJURED IN HOSPITAL.
    WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEIR
    CONDITION IS.
    WE'LL FIND OUT THAT IN THE
    COMING DAYS.
    YES, IN THE BACKS OF PEOPLE'S
    MINDS, THE TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN
    MONCTON AND I THINK WE'LL SEE AN
    OUTPOURING OF SUPPORT FROM THAT
    CITY AND OUTPOURING OF GRIEF
    HERE WHEN IT HITS HOME WHAT
    PEOPLE HAVE BEEN THROUGH WITH
    THIS EXPERIENCE, ADRIENNE.
    >> Adrienne: YOU, MY FRIEND,
    HAVE BEEN THROUGH A LOT TODAY.
    WE WATCHED YOU ALL DAY LONG.
    SOME OF THE TERRIBLY POIGNANT
    SCENES AT THE HOSPITAL OF POLICE
    OFFICERS LINING AND SALUTING AND
    STANDING AT ATTENTION WHEN THE
    CHIEF ARRIVED.
    WAITING TO ADDRESS HER AND
    SUPPORTING EACH OTHER.
    WHAT HAS STRUCK YOU ABOUT THIS
    DAY?
    >> Reporter: WHAT YOU REALISE IN
    THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS THROUGH A
    DAY LIKE THIS, EVEN AS A
    REPORTER, WHAT STRIKES ME IS HOW
    THIS IS A CITY WITH A HEART OF A
    TOWN, A SMALL, INTIMATE PLACE.
    NO MATTER HOW BIG IT GETS, YOU
    REALISE THERE ARE VERY FEW
    DEGREES OF SEPARATION BETWEEN
    PEOPLE.
    YOU TALK TO PEOPLE AND THEY SAY,
    YEAH, I KNOW OF SOMEONE IN RCMP.
    MY BROTHER-IN-LAW IS IN THE CITY
    POLICE FORCE.
    SO THIS IS CLOSE TO THEM, TOO
    CLOSE TO HOME.
    AND WHEN YOU SEE EVENTS LIKE THE
    POLICE OFFICERS LINING UP IN
    FRONT OF A HOSPITAL, IT'S VERY,
    VERY EMOTIONAL.
    PEOPLE FEEL THESE EVENTS HERE,
    WHEREAS IN A LARGER CITY, THEY
    MIGHT NOT.
    BUT AS I SAY, FREDERICTON IS A
    CITY WITH HEART OF A TOWN.
    >> Adrienne: THIS IS A COUNTRY
    OF NEIGHBOURHOODS, TOO, TOO MANY
    NEIGHBOURHOODS GOING THROUGH
    THIS.
    THANK YOU, HARRY.
    LET'S HEAR A LITTLE BIT MORE
    FROM SOMEONE WHO WAS IN THE
    BUILDING RIGHT NEXT DOOR WHEN
    THOSE SHOTS WERE FIRED.
    JUSTIN MCLEAN.
    HE'S 19.
    HE'S OUR WITNESS.
    >> I WAS SLEEPING IN THE
    BASEMENT AND I HEARD GUNSHOTS.
    I WOKE UP AND LOOKED OUTSIDE MY
    WINDOW AND THERE'S A COP
    STANDING THERE WITH A GUN.
    I FIGURED, OK, SOMETHING'S GOING
    ON.
    I WENT AROUND MY BACK WINDOW AND
    LOOKED OUT AND I SAW THREE
    BODIES LAYING THERE.
    I WAS LIKE, HOLY MOLY, WHAT IS
    GOING ON?
    AND THEN THEY PULLED UP WITH
    THEIR ARMORED VEHICLE TO PUT THE
    BODY INSIDE OF IT, TO GET HIM TO
    SAFETY.
    AND THEY COULDN'T LIFT HIM.
    SO I WENT OUT TO TRY TO HELP
    HIM, AND THE SHOOTER PROCEEDED
    TO SHOOT AGAIN AND THEN THEY
    THREW ME IN AND EVACUATED ME.
    I'VE BEEN HERE EVER SINCE AT TIM
    HORTONS.
    >> Reporter: DID YOU SEE THE
    SHOOTER?
    >> I NEVER SAW THE SHOOTER.
    I SAW THE BARREL OF THE GUN
    POINTED OUT OF THE WINDOW.
    THAT'S ALL I COULD SEE.
    >> Adrienne: WHENEVER POLICE ARE
    KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY, A
    BLUE RIBBON IS USED TO HONOUR
    THAT LOSS.
    IT WAS IN FULL VIEW ON TWITTER
    AS POLICE FORCES ACROSS THE
    COUNTRY PAID TRIBUTE TO
    FREDERICTON'S TWO FALLEN
    OFFICERS AND AT POLICE
    HEADQUARTERS AND GOVERNMENT
    BUILDINGS, FLAGS ARE AT HALF
    STAFF.
    TODAY'S SHOOTING ILLUSTRATES HOW
    DANGEROUS POLICING CAN BE.
    THE CALL CAME IN AROUND A SHIFT
    CHANGE.
    THE TWO OFFICERS HAPPENED TO BE
    IN THE STATION, JUMPED INTO A
    CRUISER, AND WERE THE FIRST ON
    THE SCENE.
    CBC NEWS HAS BEEN LOOKING INTO
    POLICE DEATHS ACROSS CANADA,
    ANALYZING 40 YEARS WORTH OF
    DATA.
    AS KATIE NICHOLSON TELLS US, TO
    SERVE AND PROTECT MEANS
    CONSTANTLY FACING THE RISK.
    >> Reporter: POLICING IS A RISKY
    JOB.
    THE SHOOTING IN FREDERICTON, A
    STARK REMINDER OF THE DANGERS
    MEN AND WOMEN IN UNIFORM FACE ON
    THE JOB.
    WE ANALYZED THE DATA IN THE
    NUMBERS OF OFFICERS KILLED ON
    THE JOB IN CANADA SINCE 1975.
    HERE'S WHAT WE FOUND.
    SINCE 1975, 101 OFFICERS HAVE
    BEEN MURDERED ON THE JOB IN
    CANADA.
    IN 84% OF THE CASES, THE OFFICER
    WAS SHOT.
    AND THE DATA TELLS US, THESE
    FATAL ENCOUNTERS CATCH THE
    OFFICERS BY SURPRISE.
    MOST OF THE POLICE OFFICERS,
    DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE TO DEFEND
    THEMSELVES.
    ONLY 1/3 DREW THEIR WEAPONS OR
    FIRED BEFORE THEY WERE KILLED.
    AMONG THE MOST DANGEROUS CALLS
    AN OFFICER CAN RESPOND TO --
    ROBBERIES.
    1/4 OF POLICE HOMICIDES OCCURRED
    DURING ROBBERY CALLS.
    ANOTHER, DOMESTIC ASSAULT CALLS,
    THEY'RE THE SECOND MOST
    DANGEROUS,
    REPRESENTING 14 OF THE DEATHS IN
    OUR DATABASE.
    THE SHOOTING IN FREDERICTON
    CLAIMED THE LIVES OF TWO
    OFFICERS, ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN.
    SINCE 1975, ONLY FOUR FEMALE
    POLICE OFFICERS HAVE BEEN
    MURDERED ON THE JOB.
    AND MOST OF THE OFFICERS ARE NOT
    VETERANS.
    THE DATA TELLS US THEY HAVE
    ROUGHLY EIGHT YEARS OF
    EXPERIENCE UNDER THEIR BELTS.
    THESE ARE THE FIRST FREDERICTON
    POLICE OFFICERS TO BE MURDERED
    ON THE JOB SINCE 1975.
    OVERALL, IT'S THE LARGER POLICE
    FORCES THAT SEE THE MOST OFFICER
    DEATHS IN CANADA.
    THE RCMP, WHOSE MEMBERS OFTEN GO
    OUT ON SOLO CALLS, REPRESENT 30%
    OF THE OFFICERS MURDERED ON DUTY
    IN OUR ANALYSIS.
    >> Adrienne: KATIE JOINS ME NOW.
    HOW RARE ARE THESE POLICE
    DEATHS?
    >> Reporter: POLICING IS SAFER
    THAN DECADES AGO.
    IN THE '70s AND '80s, IT WAS NOT
    UNCOMMON TO HAVE FOUR OR MORE
    POLICE HOMICIDES A YEAR.
    SINCE THE '90s, THERE IS ONE,
    SOMETIMES TWO A YEAR, WITH A FEW
    NOTABLE EXCEPTIONS WHERE WE SEE
    DEADLY EVENTS LIKE THE MONCTON
    DEATHS OR THE TRAGEDY IN ALBERTA
    IN 2005.
    IN THE U.S., ONE OFFICER IS
    MURDERED PER WEEK.
    EVEN ADJUSTING FOR POPULATION,
    THERE ARE TWO TO THREE TIMES
    MORE POLICE HOMICIDES IN THE
    U.S. COMPARED TO CANADA, BUT
    TRAGEDIES STILL STRIKE IN CANADA
    AND THE NUMBERS ONLY TELL PART
    OF THE STORY.
    >> Adrienne: LISTEN, KATIE,
    THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
    AS WE HAVE MENTIONED, THIS
    DEADLY POLICE SHOOTING COMES
    FOUR YEARS AFTER MONCTON.
    SO THIS CITY, THIS PROVINCE,
    COMING TO TERMS WITH IT AGAIN.
    I SPOKE WITH THE PREMIER OF NEW
    BRUNSWICK, BRIAN GALLANT, JUST A
    SHORT TIME AGO.
    PREMIER, THANKS FOR JOINING US.
    WE'RE TERRIBLY SORRY TO BE
    MEETING LIKE THIS.
    I KNOW YOU'VE HAD A LONG DAY AND
    MEETING WITH PEOPLE IN THE
    COMMUNITY.
    WHAT ARE THEY ASKING YOU FOR?
    >> Premier Brian Gallant: THANKS
    FOR HAVING ME.
    PEOPLE ARE OFFERING CONDOLENCES,
    OBVIOUSLY, I THINK THEY'RE
    OFFERING THEM TO ME SO I CAN
    PASS THEM ON TO ALL NEW
    BRUNSWICKERS, TO THE FREDERICTON
    CITY AND THE FREDERICTON POLICE
    FORCE.
    PEOPLE ARE ALSO ASKING HOW THIS
    HAPPENED, WHY THIS HAPPENED?
    PEOPLE WANT THE ANSWERS AND WANT
    THEM AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE, BUT
    WE ASK FOR THEIR PATIENCE SO WE
    CAN ALLOW FOR THE AUTHORITIES TO
    DO THE PROPER STEPS TO ALERT THE
    RIGHT PEOPLE TO UNDERTAKE THEIR
    INVESTIGATION AND PEOPLE ARE
    ASKING HOW THE FREDERICTON
    POLICE OFFICERS ARE DOING.
    AND OBVIOUSLY, I THINK IT'S A
    VERY DIFFICULT DAY FOR THEM TO
    SAY THE LEAST.
    IT WAS AN ABSOLUTE SENSELESS
    TRAGEDY THAT THEY WENT THROUGH.
    TO SEE THEIR COLLEAGUES FALL,
    IT'S HORRENDOUS FOR ALL OF THEM.
    >> Adrienne: AND NOW PEOPLE
    CAN'T TACK ABOUT FREDERICTON
    WITHOUT TALKING ABOUT MONCTON.
    FOR A PROVINCE THIS SIZE TO LOSE
    FIVE POLICE OFFICERS IN FOUR
    YEARS, WHAT IS THE TANGIBLE
    EFFECT?
    >> Premier Brian Gallant: NO
    DOUBT, TODAY'S SHOOTING WILL BE
    COMPARED TO THE MONCTON
    SHOOTING.
    I THINK THE TWO EVENTS ARE
    DIFFERENT, THOUGH.
    THEY HAVE SIMILARITIES, BUT
    THEY'RE DIFFERENT AND WE CANNOT
    TREAT THEM EXACTLY THE SAME.
    ONE THING THAT THERE IS NO DOUBT
    IS A REMINDER TODAY AS IT WAS
    FOUR YEARS AGO, IT'S A REMINDER
    OF HOW IMPORTANT FIRST
    RESPONDERS ARE AND HOW THEY
    SACRIFICE SO MUCH FOR ALL OF US,
    NOT ONLY SHOULD WE THINK OF THAT
    TODAY ON A SOMBER AND TRAGIC
    EVENT, BUT WE SHOULD THINK ABOUT
    THAT EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THE
    YEAR WHEN PEOPLE PUT THEMSELVES
    IN HARM'S WAY TO KEEP US SAFE AS
    CANADIANS.
    >> Adrienne: AND THAT IS ONE OF
    THE THINGS PEOPLE ARE TALKING TO
    US ABOUT AS WE ARRIVED.
    ONE GENTLEMAN SAYING, WERE THEY
    PROTECTED ENOUGH WHEN THEY WENT
    IN THERE?
    DID THEY HAVE EVERYTHING THEY
    NEEDED?
    THAT'S A QUESTION FROM PEOPLE
    HERE.
    WHAT IS THE QUESTION RATTLING
    AROUND FOR YOU RIGHT NOW?
    >> Premier Brian Gallant: WELL,
    THAT WILL BE SOMETHING THAT WILL
    COME UP OVER THE NEXT WEEKS AND
    MONTHS.
    IT CAME UP DURING THE MONCTON
    SHOOTINGS AS WELL AND PEOPLE
    WERE STILL TALKING ABOUT IT IN
    THE LAST YEAR.
    THERE WILL BE A TIME FOR THOSE
    CONVERSATIONS.
    RIGHT NOW, WE WANT TO FOCUS ON
    THE FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS.
    THE COMMUNITY HERE, GREATER
    COMMUNITY OF FREDERICTON, AND
    ALL NEW BRUNSWICKERS THAT HAVE
    GONE THROUGH A TRAGIC EVENT AND
    HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO TO GET
    THROUGH THIS AND MAKE SURE THAT
    WE ABOUT THROUGH THE GRIEVING
    PROCESS.
    >> Adrienne: OK.
    IT WILL BE A LONG NIGHT.
    THANK YOU, PREMIER.
    >> Premier Brian Gallant: THANK
    YOU.
    >> Adrienne: AS THE COUNTRY
    GRAPPLES WITH ANOTHER DEADLY
    SHOOTING, PEOPLE IN TORONTO ARE
    HONORING THE VICTIMS OF LAST
    MONTH'S FATAL ATTACK ON THE
    DANFORTH.
    >> Ian: WELL, ADRIENNE, IT'S
    BEEN NEARLY THREE WEEKS SINCE
    18-YEAR-OLD REESE FALLON AND
    10-YEAR-OLD JULIANNA KOZIS WERE
    GUNNED DOWN IN ONE OF TORONTO'S
    MOST VIBRANT NEIGHBOURHOODS.
    ON THE SAME STREETS, THE TASTE
    OF THE DANFORTH FOOD FESTIVAL IS
    GETTING UNDER WAY.
    THE PRIME MINISTER ADDRESSED THE
    TRAGEDY.
    >> Prime Minister Justin
    Trudeau: AS WE REMEMBER THE
    TERRIBLE TRAGEDY THAT TRUCK TWO
    WEEKS AGO, THE LOSS OF LIFE, THE
    WAY THE COMMUNITY CAME TOGETHER,
    THERE IS A GREED TOWN A FEW
    HOURS EAST OF HERE, OUR FRIENDS
    IN FREDERICTON, WHO ARE GOING
    THROUGH A VERY, VERY DIFFICULT
    NIGHT.
    IF WE COULD ALL SEND THEM OUR
    BEST LOVE AND BEST SUPPORT FOR
    OUR FALLEN OFFICERS THAT ARE
    THERE PROTECTING US AND PEOPLE
    WHO DIED IN A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
    >> Ian: TODAY'S SHOOTING HITTING
    CLOSE TO HOME IN THIS TORONTO
    NEIGHBOURHOOD.
    IT'S THE FESTIVAL'S 25TH
    ANNIVERSARY.
    PART OF THE OPENING CEREMONY
    TONIGHT CLEARLY FELT THE IMPACT
    OF LAST MONTH'S ATTACK.
    A MOMENT OF SILENCE WAS HELD IN
    TRIBUTE TO THE LIVES LOST ON
    JULY 22.
    TIME WAS SET ASIDE TO
    ACKNOWLEDGE THE HEROIC EFFORTS
    OF FIRST RESPONDERS AND MANY
    PEOPLE IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD THAT
    RUSHED TO HELP MORE THAN A DOZEN
    VICTIMS.
    >> A LOT MORE PEOPLE WILL COME
    JUST TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR THE
    TASTE OF DANFORTH, FOR THE
    COMMUNITY.
    >> AS A CITY, WE MOVE FORWARD
    AND WE CELEBRATE OUR CULTURE
    HERE AND OUR DIFFERENT CULTURES.
    >> Ian: A BENEFIT CONCERT IS
    BEING HELD TOMORROW NIGHT WITH
    PROCEEDS GOING TO
    #TORONTOSTRONG.
    AND SOME SURVIVORS OF LAST
    MONTH'S SHOOTING ARE EXPECTED TO
    ATTEND THE FESTIVAL.
    PEOPLE HERE ARE DETERMINED, THEY
    SAY, TO NOT ALLOW A SINGULAR ACT
    OF VIOLENCE TO DEFINE THEIR
    NEIGHBOURHOOD.
    FOR MANY IN GREEKTOWN, TASTE OF
    THE DANFORTH IS PART OF THAT
    NORMALCY.
    AS FOR RESTAURANT OWNERS,
    TONIGHT IS ALL ABOUT BRINGING
    PEOPLE BACK TO THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
    AND SHOWING THAT TORONTO IS,
    INDEED, A SAFE PLACE.
    WE SPOKE WITH THREE OF THEM AS
    THEY PREPARED FOR ONE OF THE
    CITY'S BIGGEST STREET FESTIVALS.
    >> WE SET UP AROUND 9:00.
    WE COME OUT HERE AND SET UP
    EVERYTHING.
    BY 5:00, BRING THE MEAT OUTSIDE.
    AND 6:00, START SELLING IT ON
    THE STREET.
    >> WE WERE ON THE OUTSIDE AS THE
    TRAFFIC STOPPED.
    ALMOST THERE.
    PUT IT ON AND START COOKING.
    >> STARTED WITH SHUCKING CORN
    AND SKEWERING SOME LAST
    SLOVAKIS, THOUGH WE'VE BEEN
    DOING THAT FOR A FEW DAYS NOW.
    NOW WE JUST FIRED UP THE GRILLS.
    NOW WE WAIT FOR THE PEOPLE TO
    COME.
    >> I WAS HERE THAT NIGHT, YES.
    ORIGINALLY, HE LOOKED LIKE A
    NORMAL PERSON WALKING.
    I WAS THINKING, THERE WAS
    NOTHING GOING ON.
    AND THEN SUDDENLY, HE PULLS A
    GUN AND WAS SHOOTING STRAIGHT
    DOWN TO THE AREA.
    >> YOU WANT TO COVER YOURSELF.
    YOU WANT TO PROTECT YOURSELF.
    AND LOOK AROUND AND SEE IF
    EVERYTHING IS OK.
    AND IF YOU ARE DEALING IN A
    PLACE LIKE HAVING A RESTAURANT,
    YOU HAVE TO BE SURE YOUR CLIENTS
    ARE OK.
    >> ONE OF MY WAITRESSES CAME
    OUTSIDE TO SEE WHAT WAS GOING
    ON.
    AND SHE STARTED SCREAMING.
    AND WE GOT ALL THE CUSTOMERS AND
    STARTED YELLING, WHATEVER, AND
    EVERYONE STARTED TO RUN TO THE
    BACK AND WE SENT EVERYONE TO THE
    BASEMENT, WHICH WE FELT WAS THE
    SAFEST PLACE FOR THEM AS FAR AS
    WHAT WAS HAPPENING.
    THAT WAS IT.
    WE WAITED IT OUT.
    >> WE WERE LUCKY, BECAUSE WE
    WERE CLOSED THAT NIGHT.
    WE KNOW A LAST THE BUSINESSES
    AROUND.
    WE ALL GREW UP IN THIS
    NEIGHBOURHOOD.
    FOR US, IT WAS VERY SHOCKING AND
    SURREAL.
    >> I CONTINUE TO OPEN MY PATIO
    AND WORKING HERE.
    I DON'T PERSONALLY FEEL
    THREATENED OR AFRAID.
    >> WE CAN'T LIVE IN A BUBBLE, SO
    COME OUT, ENJOY YOURSELF.
    THE CITY HAS PROVIDED POLICE AND
    A BUNCH OF THINGS TO DO THEIR
    BEST TO PROTECT US.
    I THINK IT WAS A ONE-TIME EVENT.
    DANFORTH REMAINS SAFE.
    IT REMAINS STRONG.
    COME ON DOWN.
    THERE'S NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT.
    IT WILL BE SAFE.
    A LOT OF POLICE ARE OUT.
    IT WILL BE A GOOD TIME.
    >> Ian: WE ARE LIVE HERE IN THE
    VANCOUVER NEWSROOM.
    THE LATE OF THE ON THE BIZARRE
    STORY BREAKING JUST SOUTH OF
    HERE NEAR SEATTLE.
    AN EMPTY PASSENGER PLANE STOLEN
    BY A SUICIDAL WORKER AT SEATAC
    AIRPORT.
    WANT IT SHOW YOU SOME VIDEO HERE
    OF THE HORIZON AIRLINE Q400
    THE PLANE WAS EVENTUALLY
    FOLLOWED BY F-15 FIGHTER JETS.
    AN EYEWITNESS, IRVINGTON
    BILLSWORTH, WAS IN WASHINGTON
    STATE.
    HE TOLD US THAT HE SAW THE PLANE
    SECONDS BEFORE IT CRASHED.
    >> I SAW THE PLANE FLYING LOW.
    MAYBE HE JUST LEFT THE AIRPORT.
    NO.
    HE'S WAY TOO LOW.
    AND JETS WERE FOLLOWING THE
    PLANE.
    I WALKED BEHIND A TREE AND,
    BOOM, IT HIT AN ISLAND.
    >> Ian: THE PIERCE COUNTY
    SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SAID THAT
    THEY DID NOT SHOOT DOWN THE
    PLANE.
    OUR NEXT LIVE UPDATE WILL BE
    HERE ON "THE NATIONAL" IN ABOUT
    20 MINUTES.
    >> Adrienne: WE HAVE MUCH MORE
    SPECIAL COVERAGE HERE IN
    FREDERICTON.
    AS THE CITY GATHERS, SO MANY
    QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED
    TODAY AND WHY AND HOW.
    WE'LL PIECE TOGETHER HOW THE
    MOMENT UNFOLDED MOMENT BY
    MOMENT.
    >> Ian: BUT FIRST, WE'LL TAKE TO
    YOU CHARLOTTESVILLE, AS THE CITY
    BRACES FOR AN ANNIVERSARY, A
    YEAR AFTER A RALLY TURNED
    DEADLY.
    >> I HATE TO ADMIT THIS, BUT WE>> Ian: THE RE'S A SENSE OF
    UNEASE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE,
    VIRGINIA, TONIGHT AS THEY
    PREPARE TO MARK THE ANNIVERSARY
    OF LAST YEAR'S VIOLENT RALLY BY
    WHITE SUPREMACISTS.
    EXTRA POLICE ARE ON PATROL AND
    THE CITY IN LOCKDOWN.
    A YEAR AGO SUNDAY, HUNDREDS OF
    FAR RIGHT DEMONSTRATORS GATHERED
    IN CHARLOTTESVILLE CARRYING
    TORCHES SHOUTING RACIST AND
    ANTI-SEMITIC SLOGANS
    ONE COUNTER PROTESTER WAS KILLED
    WHEN THE DEMONSTRATION TURNED
    VIOLENT.
    FAR RIGHT GROUPS INTEND TO
    GATHER AGAIN, THIS TIME IN THE
    U.S. CAPITAL, BUT AS THOMAS
    DAIGLE REPORTS, CHARLOTTESVILLE
    IS STILL ON EDGE.
    >> Reporter: REMINDERS OF
    HISTORY FOR SOME.
    SYMBOLS OF OPPRESSION FOR
    OTHERS.
    YES, THE CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS
    STILL STAND.
    WITH THEIR MUTED EXPRESSIONS,
    THEY ACTED AS A FOCAL POINT OF
    THE ANGER THAT LED TO THE CHAOS
    A YEAR AGO.
    NOW THEY SPEAK TO THE CITY'S
    LINGERING UNEASE.
    >> IF WE CAN COME UP WITH USABLE
    SOLUTIONS, THEN WE'LL NEVER
    REALLY MOVE FORWARD.
    >> Reporter: A SIGN
    CHARLOTTESVILLE IS STILL
    GRIEVING.
    WORDS AND FLOWERS IN MEMORY OF
    HEATHER HEYER, THE COUNTER
    PROTESTER RUN DOWN A YEAR AGO,
    ON THE STREET THAT BEARS HER
    NAME.
    AS THE ANNIVERSARY OF HEYER'S
    DEATH APPROACHES, THE MEMORIAL
    GROWS AND ALLIES WORRY ABOUT
    WHAT'S TO COME.
    >> I HAVE GOTTEN THREATS ALMOST
    CONSTANTLY, AT LEAST THREE TIMES
    A WEEK.
    >> Reporter: WHITE SUPREMACISTS
    CANCELLED PLANS FOR A RALLY BUT
    POLICE ARE BRACING IN CASE THERE
    IS STILL TROUBLE.
    CHARLOTTESVILLE IS UNDER STATE
    OF EMERGENCY THIS WEEKEND.
    NO PARKING SIGNS ARE ALREADY UP.
    NO VEHICLE IS BEING ALLOWED INTO
    THE DOWNTOWN CORE.
    POLICE WILL BE MONITORING
    EVERYONE COMING IN AND OUT.
    WEAPONS ARE BANNED -- EVERYTHING
    FROM BATS, KNIVES, PAINTBALL
    GUNS, EVERYTHING BUT REAL GUNS.
    WITH THE DOWNTOWN AROUND IT
    SHUT, THIS FLOWER SHOP WILL BE
    OPEN SUNDAY.
    THE OWNER SEES IT AS AN ACT OF
    DEFIANCE.
    >> SOMETHING HORRIBLE HAPPENED
    HERE AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO RUN
    AWAY AND CLOSE OUR SHOPS.
    I'M GOING TO BE OPEN AND I'M
    GOING TO GIVE OUT FREE FLOWERS.
    >> Reporter: ACROSS TOWN, THE
    UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SAW THE
    INFAMOUS RALLY THAT STARTED IT
    ALL.
    WITH TIKI TORCHES LIGHTING THE
    STATUE OF SCHOOL FOUNDER THOMAS
    JEFFERSON.
    THIS TIME, BARRICADES FORM A
    MAZE ON CAMPUS.
    THERE IS NO GETTING CLOSE TO
    THAT STATUE, A WAY TO PREVENT
    THE MAYHEM WITNESSED BY
    PROFESSOR LARRY SABATO.
    >> HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF
    YOUNG MEN PRAISING ADOLF HITLER
    AND SAYING THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS
    THINGS.
    >> Reporter: THE MEMORIES STILL
    VIVID.
    >> I HATE TO EVEN ADMIT THIS,
    BUT WE TOOK THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN
    STUDENTS AND JEWISH STUDENTS,
    WHO WISHED TO GO, AND I HID THEM
    IN THE BASEMENT OF MY PAVILION.
    >> Reporter: SOME ARE HOPEFUL
    NOW THERE RACISM HAS BEEN
    EXPOSED HERE IT'S BEING ROOTED
    OUT.
    THIS WEEKEND WILL BE A TEST OF
    THAT.
    >> I GET DEATH THREATS EVERY
    DAY.
    WE'VE HAD BOMB THREATS AT MY
    DAUGHTER'S SCHOOL.
    I HAVE PEOPLE SENDING ME CRAZY
    MESSAGES.
    IT'S DIFFICULT.
    THE WATERS ARE MUDDY.
    BUT BEFORE YOU GET THE CLEAN
    WATER, YOU HAVE TO GO THROUGH
    THE MUD.
    >> Reporter: THE DIVISIONS HERE
    HAVE DEEP ROOTS AND THEY'VE BEEN
    UNEARTHED AGAIN FOR ALL TO SEE.
    THOMAS DAIGLE, CBC NEWS,
    CHARLOTTESVILLE.
    >> Ian: THE UNITE THE RIGHT
    GROUP HAS CANCELLED THEIR RALLY
    IN CHARLOTTESVILLE.
    THEY WILL HOLD IT IN WASHINGTON
    INSTEAD, MARCHING IN LAFAYETTE
    SQUARE, RIGHT ACROSS FROM THE
    WHITE HOUSE.
    THE PARK SERVICE HAS GRANTED
    THEM A PERMIT, ALLOWING 400
    PEOPLE TO TAKE PART.
    FORMER KU KLUX KLAN GRAND WIZARD
    DAVID DUKE IS AMONG THOSE
    SCHEDULED TO SPEAK.
    FEDERAL OFFICIALS HAVE GIVEN
    PERMISSION FOR TWO COUNTER
    PROTESTS TO TAKE PLACE.
    >>> AHEAD TONIGHT ON "THE
    NATIONAL," NEW MOTHERS ARE
    WARNED ABOUT POSTPARTUM
    DEPRESSION.
    TONIGHT, THERE ARE CALLS TO WARN
    FATHERS AS WELL.
    WE'LL LOOK AT THE RESEARCH AND
    THE RECOMMENDATIONS.
    >> Adrienne: BUT FIRST, MORE
    SPECIAL COVERAGE FROM
    FREDERICTON, WHERE THE COMMUNITY
    HAS COME TOGETHER TO TRY TO HEAL
    AND MOST IMPORTANTLY TO SUPPORT
    ONE ANOTHER.
    THEY'RE ALSO GETTING SUPPORT
    FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY WITH
    PEOPLE SHARING THEIR THOUGHTS
    WITH #FREDERICTONSTRONG.
    >> ON A SAD AND DARK DAY, WE
    WANTED TO SHOW OUR SUPPORT WITH
    SOME PRETTY FLOWERS AND KIND
    WORDS FOR THE PEOPLE THAT KEEP
    US SAFE.
    >> WE OWE THEM OUR GRATITUDE FOR
    THEIR SACRIFICE.
    WE'RE MOURNING WITH YOU.
    >> SENDING THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS
    FROM ONTARIO TO THE PEOPLE OF
    FREDERICTON.
    >> FREDERICTON STRONG.
    >> AS MAYOR, IT'S SOMETHING THAT
    I NEVER WANTED TO HAVE TO LIVE
    THROUGH.
    I HAVE.
    I AM.
    WE ARE.
    AS I SAID, WE WILL GET THROUGH
    THIS TOGETHER.
    >> Adrienne: AND THAT'S
    FREDERICTON MAYOR MIKE O'BRIEN
    PUTTING TO WORDS THE THOUGHTS OF
    HIS CITY TONIGHT AFTER A MORNING
    OF VIOLENCE THAT LEFT FOUR
    PEOPLE DEAD, TWO OF THEM POLICE
    OFFICERS JUST TRYING TO PROTECT
    AND DEFEND THEIR COMMUNITY,
    THEIR HOME.
    AS THIS COMMUNITY TRIES TO GO TO
    SLEEP TONIGHT, LET'S REMIND YOU
    OF WHAT THEY WOKE UP TO, THE
    FOUR TENSE HOURS THIS MORNING.
    HERE'S WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE
    SHOOTING PRECISELY AS IT
    UNFOLDED.
    >> I WAS WOKE UP AT 7:07 THIS
    MORNING BY SHOTS.
    THEY WERE COMING DIRECTLY FROM
    OUTSIDE OF MY BEDROOM WINDOW.
    >> Adrienne: JUST AFTER
    7:00 A.M., A CALL WENT OUT TO
    FREDERICTON POLICE.
    SHOTS HAD BEEN FIRED.
    7:10, TWO OFFICERS RESPONDED TO
    THIS APARTMENT COMPLEX.
    IT HAS FOUR BUILDINGS, A, B, C,
    AND D.
    ALL THE GUNFIRE, SAYS ONE
    WITNESS, HAPPENED AROUND
    BUILDING C.
    WHEN THE OFFICERS ARRIVED, THEY
    FOUND TWO BODIES.
    THAT'S WHEN THE SHOOTING STARTED
    AGAIN.
    HOW LONG DID IT LAST?
    >> I WANT TO SAY 15, 20 MINUTES.
    THEN IT STOPPED FOR A WHILE.
    >> Adrienne: THEN THE FIRST
    PUBLIC WARNING FROM POLICE,
    AVOID BROOKSIDE DRIVE BECAUSE OF
    AN ONGOING INCIDENT.
    6 MINUTES LATER, A MORE DIRECT
    WARNING -- LOCK YOUR DOORS.
    MORE SHOTS FOLLOWED, ON AND OFF.
    >> THE POLICE WERE TELLING
    EVERYBODY TO STAY LOW, AWAY FROM
    YOUR WINDOWS.
    >> Adrienne: JOHN GIBBONS FROM
    HIS HOME NEAR THOSE BUILDINGS
    SAW THIS, AN ARMORED VEHICLE
    WITH HEAVILY ARMED OFFICERS.
    >> WENT INTO THE BUILDING AND
    THEN THE TEAR GAS STARTED.
    I IMAGINE THEY WERE FLUSHING
    HIM OUT.
    >> Adrienne: AT 8:17, THE FIRST
    FEW, TRAGIC DETAILS TRICKLED IN
    FROM POLICE.
    MULTIPLE FATALITIES.
    THEN MORE SPECIFIC, AT LEAST
    FOUR PEOPLE KILLED.
    AT THE SAME TIME, POLICE WERE
    GOING DOOR TO DOOR, COMBING
    THROUGH OTHER APARTMENTS.
    >> THE POLICE CAME IN AT ABOUT
    8:30 OR SO TO SEARCH MY
    APARTMENT.
    I KNEW THEY WERE COMING BECAUSE
    I HEARD THEM BANGING ON DOORS.
    SO I HAD MY CLOSET DOORS OPEN
    AND STUFF SO THEY COULD GO
    THROUGH MY APARTMENT QUICKLY AND
    CARRY ON WITH THEIR SEARCH.
    >> Adrienne: SOME RESIDENTS WERE
    CLEARED OUT AND SOON THE POLICE
    MOVED IN.
    >> AROUND 9:30, FREDERICTON
    POLICE FORCE ENTERED AN
    APARTMENT AND ARRESTED A
    48-YEAR-OLD MAN FROM
    FREDERICTON.
    HE WAS TAKEN TO THE DR. EVERETT
    CHALMERS HOSPITAL AND UNDERGOING
    TREATMENT FOR SERIOUS INJURIES.
    >> Andrew: 45 MINUTES LATER, THE
    FINAL DETAIL FROM POLICE.
    OF THE DEAD, TWO OF THEM WERE
    THEIR OWN.
    JUST AFTER 11:00 A.M., THE
    LOCKDOWN WAS LIFTED.
    I'M JOINED NOW BY DAVID
    MACCOUBREY, WHO YOU SAW IN THAT
    PIECE JUST NOW.
    YOU LIVE IN THIS APARTMENT
    COMPLEX BEHIND US.
    YOU'VE BEEN OUT OF IT ALL DAY.
    HOW ARE YOU TONIGHT?
    >> TIRED.
    IT'S BEEN A LONG DAY AND NOT THE
    BEST DAY, OBVIOUSLY.
    SO I'M MAKING IT THROUGH.
    >> Adrienne: YOU WOKE UP WITH A
    HECK OF A START THIS MORNING.
    CAN YOU GIVE US A SENSE OF WHAT
    STANDS OUT THE MOST ABOUT WHAT
    YOU WENT THROUGH TODAY?
    >> IT WAS JUST, SITTING THERE ON
    MY FLOOR, I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS
    IS GOING ON IN MY CITY.
    IT'S A BEAUTIFUL CITY, PEACEFUL
    CITY, AND NOT SOMETHING THAT YOU
    WOULD EXPECT TO WAKE UP TO IN
    FREDERICTON.
    >> Adrienne: WHAT DID YOU SEE
    THAT STILL RATTLES AROUND FOR
    YOU?
    >> AT ONE POINT, THERE HAD NOT
    BEEN SHOTS FOR ABOUT A HALF-HOUR
    OR 20 MINUTES AND I SEEN THAT IN
    THE COURTYARD BEHIND US, THAT
    THEY HAD THE ARMOURED TRUCK AND
    THE COP WAS STANDING THERE, SO I
    THOUGHT, MAYBE IT'S OVER WITH I
    HAD NOT HEARD ANYTHING FOR A
    WHILE.
    SO I OPENED MY WINDOW AND I WAS
    BEING CAUTIOUS, BUT I DON'T KNOW
    IF IT WAS FATE OR SOMETHING, AS
    SOON AS I OPENED THAT WINDOW,
    THE SHOTS STARTED FLYING AGAIN.
    IT SOUNDED LIKE THEY WERE COMING
    FROM BELOW MY WINDOW.
    THAT'S THE ONLY TIME I FELT
    FRIGHTENED.
    I THOUGHT, I BETTER GET AWAY
    FROM THIS WINDOW.
    THEN I FELT BAD FOR THE COPS, SO
    I LIFTED MY HEAD TO SEE IF THE
    COP WAS OK.
    SEEMED LIKE HE WAS STILL
    STANDING THERE.
    I SLAMMED MY WINDOW SHUT AND
    CRAWLED BACK ON MY KITCHEN
    FLOOR.
    >> Adrienne: YOU TOLD ME
    EARLIER, YOU HAVE IN YOUR
    APARTMENT RIGHT NOW, A MEAT
    CLEAVER STANDING BY.
    WHY WAS THAT?
    >> I HAD A MEAT CLEAVER AND
    HAMMER SITTING THERE.
    YOU SEE THINGS ON AMERICAN NEWS
    WHAT CAN GO WRONG IF SOMEBODY
    TRIES TO GET INTO YOUR HOUSE.
    THEY WEREN'T GOING TO COME INTO
    MY HOUSE.
    I WAS SURE I WOULD PROTECT
    MYSELF.
    I WANTED TO GO OUT AND HELP, BUT
    I KNEW IT WOULD NOT MAKE THE
    SITUATION BETTER.
    >> Adrienne: WHAT DO YOU MEAN,
    HELP?
    >> I WANTED TO GO OUT AND TRY TO
    STOP THE PERSON FROM DOING THIS.
    I KNEW THAT PEOPLE WERE DYING
    OUT THERE AND IT WAS UPSETTING
    ME.
    >> Adrienne: I CAN IMAGINE.
    AND I KNOW IT'S STILL UPSETTING
    YOU.
    THERE ARE QUESTIONS THAT SO MANY
    PEOPLE HAVE.
    WHAT IS THE QUESTION THAT'S
    REALLY BOTHERING YOU THE MOST?
    >> I JUST -- I DON'T KNOW IF
    IT'S A QUESTION OR A THOUGHT.
    I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE THIS IS
    WHAT OUR WORLD'S COMING TO NOW.
    IT SEEMS LIKE EVERY OTHER WEEK,
    WE'RE HAVING A SHOOTING GOING ON
    IN THE STATES AND NOW IT'S
    SPREADING UP TO CANADA.
    WE HAD ONE IN THE DANFORTH A
    COUPLE WEEKS AGO, WEEK AGO.
    AND NOW THIS HERE IN
    FREDERICTON.
    I JUST WISH IT WOULD STOP.
    >> Adrienne: YOU'RE NOT ALONE IN
    THAT.
    I HOPE YOU GET A GOOD NIGHT'S
    SLEEP, OK?
    >> THANK YOU.
    >> Adrienne: THERE IS A MOMENT
    WE WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU NOW.
    IT'S A QUIET MOMENT.
    WE CAPTURED OUTSIDE THE POLICE
    HEADQUARTERS HERE IN
    FREDERICTON.
    [VIOLIN PLAYING]
    IT'S A TRIBUTE FROM A FELLOW
    FIRST RESPONDER.
    THIS PARAMEDIC WALKED UP TO THE
    GROWING MEMORIAL.
    HE OPENED UP HIS VIOLIN CASE AND
    JUST STARTED PLAYING.
    WE WILL HEAR FROM HIM A LITTLE
    LATER ON "THE NATIONAL."
    >> Ian: WE ARE LIVE ON "THE
    NATIONAL" WITH THE LATEST ON THE
    CRASH TONIGHT OF A STOLEN
    HORIZON PLANE WITH NO PASSENGERS
    ABOARD.
    A 29-YEAR-OLD AIRLINE MECHANIC
    DESCRIBED BY POLICE AS SUICIDAL
    TOOK OFF FROM SEATAC AIRPORT IN
    SEATTLE, JUST SOUTH OF
    VANCOUVER.
    F-15 FIGHTER JETS WERE
    SCRAMBLED, BUT WE'RE TOLD DID
    NOT SHOOT THE PLANE DOWN.
    HERE'S PIERCE COUNTY SHERIFF.
    >> THEY DON'T DO LOOPS OVER THE
    WATER.
    SO THERE IS NO INDICATION IT WAS
    A TERRORIST ACT OR ATTEMPT TO
    ATTACK.
    IT MAY HAVE BEEN A JOYRIDE GONE
    TERRIBLY WRONG.
    >> Ian: LET'S LOOK AT SOME VIDEO
    OF THE PLANE BEFORE IT CRASHED.
    POLICE HAD NO INDICATION THAT
    ANYONE ELSE WAS HURT WHEN IT DID
    CRASH.
    >>> WE'VE ALL HEARD OF
    POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION AFFECTING
    NEW MOTHERS, BUT ACCORDING TO
    NEW RESEARCH, IT'S AN ISSUE FOR
    SOME FATHERS AS WELL.
    IT'S A TOPIC HIGHLIGHTED IN
    AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL
    CONFERENCE THIS WEEK.
    AS KAS ROUSSY REPORTS, MANY
    FATHERS ARE RELUCTANT TO ADMIT
    THEY NEED HELP.
    >> COME ON.
    DO A SMILE.
    >> Reporter: FIRST-TIME FATHER
    ARIC GUITE IS SPENDING SOME
    QUALITY TIME FOR 5-MONTH-OLD
    SON, OLIVER, GOOD FOR DAD, AND
    GOOD FOR MOM, WHO IS GETTING A
    MUCH-NEEDED NAP.
    >> I DON'T THINK SHE GOT MUCH
    SLEEP LAST NIGHT, SO TRYING TO
    GIVE HER SOME TIME ALONE.
    >> Reporter: IT'S CAUSE FOR
    CELEBRATION, BUT IT CAN BE A
    STRESSFUL TIME, AND NOT JUST
    WITH MOMS.
    NEW FATHERS, TOO, CAN EXPERIENCE
    SOME FORM OF DEPRESSION AFTER
    THEIR BABY'S BORN.
    IT'S NOT CLEAR WHAT CAUSES IT,
    BUT ROUGHLY 10% OF NEW DADS
    EXPERIENCE POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION
    AND RESEARCH SHOWS IT CAN LINGER
    FOR UP TO SIX MONTHS AFTER THE
    BIRTH OF A CHILD.
    FATHERS WILL ALSO EXPERIENCE
    DEPRESSION DIFFERENTLY THAN
    MOTHERS, SAID THIS U.S.-BASED
    PSYCHOLOGIST.
    >> MANY TIMES THEY WILL
    EXPERIENCE IT IN MALE-MASKED
    DEPRESSION, SO SYMPTOMS OF
    ANGER, FRUSTRATION,
    IRRITABILITY, AS WELL AS SOCIAL
    ISOLATION, INCREASE IN SUBSTANCE
    USE.
    >> Reporter: POSTPARTUM
    DEPRESSION IN FATHERS HAS BEEN A
    LONG-OVERLOOKED PUBLIC HEALTH
    ISSUE.
    >> THERE'S SO LITTLE INFORMATION
    ABOUT IT.
    NOBODY REALLY GETS TRAINING
    ABOUT THE FATHER'S ROLE IN THE
    REPRODUCTIVE MENTAL HEALTH
    PROCESS.
    >> Reporter: IN TORONTO, A
    FATHER'S MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMME
    HAS BEEN ASSESSING FATHERS FOR
    EARLY SIGNS OF DEPRESSION SINCE
    2014.
    >> HELPING THEM UNDERSTAND WHAT
    IT IS THEY'RE STRUGGLING WITH AT
    THAT MOMENT.
    PROVIDING THEM A LOT OF
    EDUCATION, ONE, THAT MAY HELP
    THEM TO IN A SENSE NORMALIZE
    THEIR EXPERIENCE, LET THEM KNOW
    THEY'RE NOT ALONE WITH THIS.
    >> Reporter: NEW DAD ARIC GUITE
    SAID HE'S A LITTLE SLEEP
    DEPRIVED, BUT THAT'S ABOUT IT.
    STILL, HE WAS GLAD WHEN A
    MIDWIFE CHECKED UP ON HIM DURING
    ONE OF HIS WIFE'S APPOINTMENTS.
    >> WHEN SARAH HAD TO GO AND DO A
    TEST, THE MIDWIFE WOULD ALWAYS
    TAKE A MINUTE AND ASK HOW I'M
    DOING.
    >> Reporter: NEW FATHERS ARE NOT
    USUALLY CHECKED FOR SIGNS OF
    DEPRESSION.
    BUT IN THE U.S., PSYCHOLOGISTS
    ARE CALLING FOR REGULAR
    SCREENING OF NEW FATHERS HOPING
    TO DETECT ANY SIGNS OF
    DEPRESSION.
    KAS ROUSSY, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.
    >> Ian: UP NEXT ON "THE
    NATIONAL," WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO
    SAVE A TV SHOW?
    WE'LL LOOK AT HOW MILLIONS OF
    FANS ARE BANDING TOGETHER TO
    KEEP THEIR FAVOURITES ON THE
    AIR.
    >> TO SEE SO MANY YOUNG ADULTS
    PUT THEIR PASSION INTO ACTION
    AND PUSH FORWARD A HIGHLY
    COORDINATED EFFORT, I THINK, FOR
    ME PERSONALLY, IT GIVES ME HOPE,
    JUST FOR THE FUTURE IN GENERAL,
    TV ASIDE.
    >> CONCENTRATED U.V. RAYS.
    EVEN MORE INTENSE THAN SUNLIGHT.
    >> Ian: SUSPENSE, ACTION,
    ROMANCE, ALL IN A SUPERNATURAL
    REALM.
    THAT'S THE TV SERIES "SHADOW
    HUNTERS" IN A NUTSHELL.
    IT'S A FORMULA THAT HAS
    WARRANTED A DIEHARD TEENAGE FAN
    BASE.
    THAT BASE IS STEPPING UP,
    FIGHTING TOOTH AND NAIL AFTER
    NEWS BROKE THAT THE IS SERIES IS
    GETTING CANCELLED.
    IT'S NOT JUST "SHADOW HUNTERS,"
    THE ENTIRE GENRE HAS SEEN THAT
    EXTRAORDINARY LEVEL OF SUPPORT.
    AS DEANA SUMANAC-JOHNSON TELLS
    US, IT HAS PAID OFF AND KEPT
    SOME SHOWS ON THE AIR.
    >> Reporter: "SHADOW HUNTERS" IS
    A FANTASY SERIES ABOUT VAMPIRES,
    WEREWOLVES AND WARLOCKS.
    WHEN ITS FANS FOUND OUT IT WAS
    CANCELLED, IT INSPIRED SOME VERY
    REAL ACTION.
    #SAVESHADOWHUNTERS WAS USED IN
    15 MILLION TWEETS.
    FANS PAID FOR ADS ON BUSES AND
    BILLBOARDS IN TIMES SQUARE AND
    TORONTO.
    >> WE BUILT A LITTLE PIECE OF
    NEW YORK CITY ON OUR STAGE.
    >> Reporter: CANADIAN CHRIS
    HATCHER IS ONE OF THE PRODUCERS
    OF "SHADOW HUNTERS."
    HE KNOWS THE SHOW'S TORONTO SET
    LIKE THE BACK OF HIS HAND.
    STREETS, RESTAURANTS, AN
    APARTMENT, LOVED BY THE FANS,
    NOW STAND EMPTY.
    >> IT CAME AS A SHOCK TO
    EVERYBODY.
    IT WAS A BUSINESS DECISION MADE
    AT A HIGH LEVEL.
    >> Reporter: AT THE MOMENT,
    THERE ARE NO PLANS FOR A NEW
    "SHADOW HUNTERS," BUT FANS OF
    THIS GENRE HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL
    AT RESCUING THE SHOWS THEY LOVE.
    "THE EXPANSE," A CRITICALLY
    ACCLAIMED SHOW THAT TAKES PLACE
    IN SPACE, GOT CANCELLED AND THEN
    GOT PICKED UP FOR ANOTHER SEASON
    AFTER AN AMBITIOUS FAN CAMPAIGN.
    >> THIS STUFF IS KIND OF COOL.
    >> Reporter: BOTH OF THESE FILMS
    ARE FILMED IN CANADA, NOW A
    GO-TO PLACE FOR CREWS TO GO FOR
    SET DESIGNS AND ESSENTIAL FOR
    GENRE TELEVISION.
    AND THEY'VE MASTERED THE FORMULA
    -- ONE PART ESCAPISM, ONE PART
    RELATABILITY.
    >> IT'S ABOUT CREATING A WORLD
    THAT PEOPLE WANT TO ENGAGE WITH
    AND IT'S OUTSIDE OF THE NORMAL.
    THAT SENSE OF BEING IN AN
    ALTERNATE REALM, WHILE
    DELIVERING RELATABLE CHARACTERS
    AND RELATABLE SCENARIOS.
    >> Reporter: WITH "SHADOW
    HUNTERS," FOR EXAMPLE, WHAT FANS
    RAVE ABOUT IS THE PORTRAYAL OF
    SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS.
    >> THERE ARE CHARACTERS THAT ARE
    GAY, BISEXUAL, LESBIAN, BUT
    THOSE QUALITIES DON'T DEFINE
    THEM AS CHARACTERS.
    >> Reporter: EVEN WITH ALL THAT,
    A SHOW'S FUTURE IN THE
    COMPETITIVE TELEVISION LANDSCAPE
    IS ALWAYS UNCERTAIN.
    FOR THE TORONTO PRODUCER, THERE
    ARE REWARDS, EVEN IF THE SHOW IS
    NOT EXTENDED.
    AMONG OTHER THINGS, THE FANS
    DONATED $20,000 TO A SUICIDE
    PREVENTION PROJECT FOR LGBTQ
    YOUTH, WHICH THEY FELT WAS IN
    THE SPIRIT OF THE SHOW.
    >> TO SEE SO MANY YOUNG ADULTS
    PUT THEIR PASSION INTO ACTION
    AND PUSH FORWARD SUCH A HIGHLY
    COORDINATED EFFORT, I THINK, FOR
    ME PERSONALLY, IT GIVES ME HOPE
    JUST FOR THE FUTURE IN GENERAL,
    TV ASIDE.
    >> Reporter: "SHADOW HUNTERS"
    FANS WILL HAVE SOMETHING TO
    FEAST ON NO MATTER THE OUTCOME
    OF THEIR CAMPAIGN.
    10 MORE EPISODES OF THE SHOW AND
    TWO-HOUR FINALE HAVE YET TO AIR
    ON NETFLIX.
    DEANA SUMANAC-JOHNSON, CBC NEWS,
    TORONTO.
    >> Ian: UP NEXT ON "THE
    NATIONAL," WE'LL HAVE MORE FROM
    ADRIENNE IN FREDERICTON.
    BUT FIRST, THE NATIONAL TODAY,
    TAKES YOU INSIDE OUR JOURNALISM
    EVERY AFTERNOON.
    GOES DEEPER ON SOME OF THE TOP
    STORIES AND HIGHLIGHTS STORIES
    YOU MAY HAVE MISSED.
    TODAY IT WAS THE CONTROVERSIAL
    COMMENTS BY BORIS JOHNSON THAT
    COULD SEE BRITAIN'S FORMER
    FOREIGN SECRETARY BOOTED OUT OF
    HIS OWN PARTY.
    SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER AT
    cbc.ca/thenational.
    >> Ian: HERE'S SOME VIDEO OF
    THAT HORIZON AIRLINES PLANE WITH
    A SUICIDAL AIRLINE MECHANIC AT
    THE CONTROLS.
    THIS WAS TAKEN EARLIER THIS
    EVENING.
    THE 29-YEAR-OLD STOLE THE PLANE
    FROM SEATAC AIRPORT.
    WE WERE LISTENING TO HIS
    TRANSMISSIONS TO AIR TRAFFIC
    CONTROL AND HE SOUNDED DEEPLY
    TROUBLED.
    HERE'S WHAT ONE OF THE WITNESSES
    SAID HAPPENED.
    >> I SAW THE PLANE FLYING LOW
    AND THOUGHT, MAYBE HE JUST LEFT
    THE AIRPORT.
    NO, IT'S WAY TOO LOW.
    SEE TWO JETS FOLLOWING THE
    PLANE.
    AND WENT BEHIND A TREE AND THEN,
    BAM, IT HIT AN ISLAND.
    >> Ian: LET'S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
    AT THE CRASH SITE TONIGHT.
    THIS IS NOT FAR FROM SEATTLE.
    EYEWITNESSES SAYING THEY COULD
    FEEL THE GROUND SHAKE.
    IT'S A HEAVILY WOODED ISLAND.
    THERE ARE NO STRUCTURES THERE
    THAT THEY KNOW OF.
    FOR THE ENTIRE INCIDENT,
    ALTHOUGH THE PILOT PRESUMED TO
    HAVE DIED, THERE IS NO
    EXPECTATION THAT ANYONE ELSE WAS
    INJURED IN THIS INCIDENT.
    WE'LL STAY ON TOP OF THESE
    DEVELOPMENTS ON CBC NEWS AND
    CBCNEWS.CA.
    >> Andrew: IN MOMENTS OF GRIEF,
    IT'S REALLY HARD TO FIND THE
    RIGHT WORDS AND THAT WAS
    CERTAINLY THE CASE FOR ONE MAN
    AS HE STOOD OUTSIDE THE GROWING
    MEMORIAL IN FREDERICTON TODAY.
    SO INSTEAD, HE DID WHAT HE
    COULD.
    HE TURNED TO MUSIC.
    BRIAN FORNIER IS A PARAMEDIC
    WITH AMBULANCE NEW BRUNSWICK.
    HE DECIDED TO TAKE OUT HIS
    VIOLIN AND JUST PLAY.
    WE SPOKE TO HIM AS HE STARTED
    HIS SHIFT THIS EVENING.
    THIS IS OUR "MOMENT."
    >> I WANTED TO OFFER MY SUPPORT
    ANY WAY I COULD.
    [VIOLIN PLAYING]
    I PUT THE CARDS DOWN IN FRONT OF
    EVERYBODY ELSE'S.
    I TOOK THE VIOLIN OUT AND DECIDE
    TO PLAY SOMETHING THAT WAS ON MY
    MIND.
    [VIOLIN PLAYING]
    MY BEST FRIENDS ARE FIRST
    RESPONDERS.
    SO WHEN SOMETHING LIKE THIS
    HAPPENS, IT FEELS LIKE A PIECE
    OF YOUR FAMILY IS TORN AWAY.
    WHETHER IT'S FIRE, PARAMEDICS OR
    POLICE, WE ARE REALLY OUT THERE
    FOR THE PUBLIC AND WE REALLY,
    REALLY, REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR
    SUPPORT.
    IT'S A VERY SAD SITUATION, BUT I
    KNOW WE'LL GET THROUGH IT,
    BECAUSE FREDERICTON IS REALLY
    STRONG.
    I LOVE MY 911 FAMILY AND I'M
    REALLY, REALLY THANKFUL FOR THE
    UNBREAKABLE BOND WE ALL SHARE
    TOGETHER.
    [VIOLIN PLAYING]
    >> Adrienne: SO PEOPLE PROPPING
    EACH OTHER UP.
    AGAIN, WE GO BACK TO THAT SCENE
    AT THE HOSPITAL TODAY WITH ALL
    THOSE OFFICERS STANDING THERE,
    WAITING FOR THE CHIEF.
    STANDING WITH EACH OTHER.
    THE PEOPLE OF FREDERICTON
    STANDING SHOULDER TO SHOULDER.
    AGAIN ECHOES OF THE DANFORTH.
    CERTAINLY ECHOES OF MONCTON.
    I REMEMBER THAT MEMORIAL WITH
    ALL OF THOSE OFFICERS AND
    EVERYONE IS THINKING ABOUT
    MONCTON TONIGHT.
    AND I WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU AN
    EDITORIAL DRAWING TODAY DONE BY
    THE GREAT MICHAEL DEATTER.
    I THINK WE HAVE IT FOR YOU.
    IT'S AN RCMP OFFICER WITH HIS
    ARM AROUND A FREDERICTON POLICE
    OFFICER.
    THIS IS REALLY WHAT'S IN
    PEOPLE'S MINDS TODAY, IAN.
    >> Ian: ONE OF THE PEOPLE YOU
    TALKED TO DURING THE PROGRAMME,
    DAVID, WHO LIVES IN THAT
    APARTMENT COMPLEX.
    YOU COULD HEAR HIS DESPAIR AS HE
    LOOKED AT ALL OF THE SHOOTINGS
    -- DANFORTH, MONCTON,
    FREDERICTON, OF COURSE, AND
    LOOKING FOR ANSWERS.
    HOPEFULLY WE START TO GET
    ANSWERS SOON.
    OUR JOURNALISM IS MOVING FORWARD
    ON THAT ON THINGS LIKE MOTIVE.
    >> Adrienne: WE'LL KEEP TRYING.
    THAT IS "THE NATIONAL" FOR
    FRIDAY, AUGUST 10.
    GOOD NIGHT.
    >> Ian: GOOD NIGHT.
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