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but the f-b-i says this baya entrepreneur is actually an in . this is kpix 5 news. >> he looksz leek your average tech guy, but the fbi says this bay area entrepreneur is actually an international drug kingpin who ran a billion-dollar empire off his laptop. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken b wstida. users could buy anything they wanted from heroin to hit men. joe. >> ken, the fbi says hidden away fl something called the teep web, part of the internet most of us have never heard of. now,itis gone. fbi shut it down. the san francisco owner who went by the name dread pirate
roberts, he's behind bars. >> just last year during an interview with a friend, ross said he wanted to do right. >> i want to have had a substantially-positive impact on the tuch of humanity by that time. >> today he's in jail. >> staffers at the glen park ranch here a commotion coming from the science fiction area of the library and identified themselves from the fbi and said they were making an arrest. >> before the feds shut it down, federal court documents say his web site sold more than a billion dollars of illegal drugs in just two years. the site also soerld illegal services from fire works to fake ids to hit men. in fact, that's what st feds say he did. >> the fbi said he lives here back in june, and it was here investigator says they were able to begin monotorg his online
activity. >> i recognize him. does that shock me? no. >> just half a block away is revolution cafe. several customers told us he used to hang out here on his laptop work. one customer said he'd also see him in what appeared to be pa gentleman mass. >> uncombed hair, beard. clothes that he probably woke up in, you know. looked like pajama pants. >> he got caught in part because he slipped up, used his own name while asking questions about run tg site on a public message board. he now faces life in prison. >> i think there's a possibility. >> i honestly do. i think i miethd live forever in some form by the time technology is changing so fast. >> yeah. >> we've learned tonight a new indictment has been filed in another case. the feds in maryland are now accusing him to hire yet another
hit man to kill one of his employees. that hit man turned out to be an undercover cop. >> all right. joe, the web site made more than a billion tlars, but it was all digital currency. explain that. >> it was that bit coin. people are buying entire houses with. this currency is only online. it's real money, and the feds seize $3.6 million in bit coin in the process of this investigation. after weeks of nothing, tonight there's a little progress in the bart negotiation. the two siesd have just come -- have just a week to come up with a new contract and avoid another strike. christin, they still don't seem to add up to a deal tonight. >> yeah, they toent. we actually hear that bart management is still inside the building tonight looking over a
list of lower demands that the union submitted this afternoon. it is progress, but it's not exactly the big break need to avert a strike in one week the latest union proposal slashes bart employees salary increases to 3.75 % over two years and 4% the third year with another tenth of a percent raise for every tenth of a percent weekday roiders goes above projections and the union now wants bart to reimburse employees 72 cents for every day they contribute to their pension. as for bart, they are still aufrg employees a 2.5% pay raise over three years. >> we made a little progress. they came down a little. management has not changed it reck menation on wages since the 60-day cooling off period began 50 days ago.
>> both sides remain tens of billions of dollars a part but they say a week is a long time and anything can happen. >> hopefully one side gives a little, the other side gives a little. hopefully they'll reach a teal. meanwhile, ac transit workers just rejected the latest contract offer. called for a 9-and-a-half percent raise over three years. union leaders were happy with it, but workers say it's just not enough. leaders say they'll meet soon to discuss their next move. we are heading into day 3 of the government shutdown. there was a big meeth, but it ended the same way it all started. not a whole lot going on. >> no teal. now, intelligence officials warn the shutdown could increase the risk of a terrorist attack. >> the president reiterated one more time tonight that he will not negotiate. >> we're through playing these little gamings. >> but the blame game continues.
house speeshg john boehner said he's willing to talk about passing a bill to fund the government as long as it involves negotiating changes to the affordable care act. >> all we're asking for here is a discussion and fairness for the american people under obama care. >> the three-year-old healthcare law is not open for debate. >> the one thing we made very clear in that meeting, we are locked in tight on obama care. >> meantime, hundreds of thousands of federal workers spent another day at home without pay. the director of national intelligence telling lawmakers that's about 70% of his civilian work force. >> this is extremely damaging, and it will increase so as this shutdown drags on. >> director clapper says employees not resooeing paychecks are prime targets for foreign governments wants to gain state secrets. all military personnel will
continue to serve, but they aren't getting paid. they're getting ious. their mid october paycheck will be the first one affected, and the longer this drags out, the greater the impact. >> the california women infant and children program is on the brink of turning away low-nfk pregnant women and new mothers if the shutdown continues. how ruthless can you get. >> the house approved four spending bills, each funding a different department shut down this week. the senate rejected them all, and another looming problem, the nation will run out of money in about two weeks whether the government is working or not unless congress agrees to raise the debt ceiling. >> doesn't look like the president is going to on this healthcare plan. the question is how long before the republican leadership says, all right, we played the card, it didn't work. >> you look back in history in 1995, it lasted 21 days. >> we'll see if we go that long
this time. hopefully not. the shut down won't stop u.s. military academy football games this week ebd. the games are paid for with outside funding, but san francisco fleet week will not be the same this year. that's because there won't be a fleet in the bay this year. no parade of ships, and blue angels will not be flying all because of budget cuts. a laptop full of information about patients at ucsf was stolen from a hospital employee. the laptop contained medical records, other private files, and some social security numbers. 3500 patients could be affected. they'll be getting notification letters. the man accused of murdering a san francisco state university student as he stepped off an muni train made no attempt to hide his gun and still nobody seemed to notice. prosecutors say this surveillance video shows the suspect openly holding that weapon on the train last week. at one point he skrachs his nose
with it, and no one on muni even looked up. >> serve absoshd with their laptops or their ipads or their iphones so they're plague with their digital devices. there's a man standing there with a load 45 in an muni train, and nobody knows it. >> the suspect pled not guilty today to the murder of 20-year-old justin value dez. . tonight we're hearing from the jury foreman in the michael jackson trial. he explains why the jury thought a concert promoter was not responsible for the pop star's death. jackson's family claimed aeg live negligently hired and supervised dr. conrad murray. murray was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter for jackson's death, but today the jury said murray was competent to serve as general practitioner. the foreman added that didn't mean they felt he was ethical. >> he was not hired to
administer proep fol venlt if he had been hired to, he would have been unfit or incompetent. >> realize it's a verdict not sefrn going to agree with, but we hope they'll understand how we reached that verdict. >> the trial lasted five months. the jacksons had wanted toup $2 billion in damages achlts lot of investors panicked over this video of a tessla on fire. now, we know why the car burst into flames. and who is the man behind that mask? the creepy stunt making some bay area women very nervous. and bay area firefighter in the running for the hottest husband in america. think he deserves to win. weather letter of the day is w. we have wind coming. we have warm coming. find out,,,,
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it but tell bryan webb there's not really much they can do. >> the video hit the web late last month taken on montera mountain. the camera focuses on a young woman walking by then turns to reveal the cameraman wearing a ski mask and sinister grin. we showed it to a couple who lives and hikes nearby. >> it freeks me out. >> i would definitely keep an eye out. >> police thought the same thing and paid the cameraman a visit. >> he wasn't overly cooperative. >> no. >> under pressure from police and the press our masked manmade a second video showing us who he is and tells us why he does it. >> i've been getting a lot of attention. >> met evans, an automechanic by day, am chir film maker. he insists this video is just a joke, that he wasn't following anyone and that nothing bad
happened. >> i thought it was pretty obvious a joke, that i wasn't a rapist. >> it's certainly going to draw public attention and certainly going to draw law enforcement attention. >> of course, i like the attention, you know. i'm a little irritated that i have gotten so much negative attention for something that i did that was not a crime. >> that's where evans is right. you can't have a suspect in there is no crime, and apparently being creepy isn't criminal. bryan webb, kpix 5. well, a biker took police on a wild ride this afternoon in los angeles. check this out. they chase this guy across at least three different freeways. watch as he narrowly avoids hitting several cars while weaving in and out of traffic. once he gets off the freeway, would that be the 405, he ditches his bike and atechlts to make a clean get away on foot. our sister station's chopper followed him all the way to autozone where police caught up with him, walked him out in handcuffs. one of the suspects in that extreme road rage case in new
york appeared in court today. motorcyclist christopher cruz was charged with reckless driving then frees on a $1,500 bond. cruz did not enter a plea, but his attorney says he's not guilty. helmet cam video shows krshgruz pulling in front of an suv and slowing down. the driver plows through the mob and is later viciously attacked. a biker was also run over and remains hospitalized with serious injuries. one of tessla's electric cars kath fear today. kiet do shows us the flames, damage to the car and resulting damage to the company's stock. >> that's a brnd new car. >> to the camera man, it's just another car fire on the freeway near seattle. >> i can feel the heat in here. >> until he realizes what's burning. >> oh, that's a tesla. >> the tesla driver told police he struck metal debris. the car warned him to pull over. he did, and escaped okay.
the $70,000 car then burst into flames. firefighters had a bit ol trouble putting it out. they had to flip the car on its side then use a circular saw to cut into the battery housing and douse the flames. the only thing that got hurt was tesla's stock price. >> people have this image of the tesla like it's so perfect it can't fail. >> the stock had already been downgraded, and news of the fire burst their bubble. >> the problem here is the perception is so far ahead of reality that when you have a problem like this it tinds to adjust back closer to reality. the end result is when you have a problem like this, the market will overreact. >> what you're looking at here in the shiny black is the underside of that battery casing. >> this tesla training video made for firefighters offers a glimpse of the smooth underbelly. the high energy lithium ion battery runs the length of the car. engineers are now looking for
clus as to what might have happened. >> tesla was just ranked the safest car in america. tonight a company spokeswoman says every indication is that the fire was a result of the collision and the damage the car sustained. want to live a long life? head to the south bay. san jose is the fittest city for baby boomers anywhere in the country. that's according to a study by the american physical therapists association. san jose also has the highest life expectancy. 82 years. and they reported the fewest sleepless days per month at 5.6 days. >> how do they figure that out? . >> don't have a clue. >> they go door to toor, did you sleep well last night. >> that's a lot of research. >> everybody is on a bike. everyone is really happy, getting their exercise. >> i don't like to pat myself on the back, but the weather around here is really conducive for wanting to get outside.
try this for minnesota in october. beautiful weather which will continue. did you know there are 47 different hills in san francisco? onefhe tallest once, mount sutra where our live camera is tonight. 40% of the rain fall that falls actually is the con den sigs from all the fog you get but not right now. clear nights leading to dhilly nights. you're waking up at 53 in san jose probably going for that morning jog. fremont 49, santa rosa 48, can cord 53 degrees. strong winds developing tomorrow. going to be a try wind and wind advisory also in effect. we could see wind gusts. 45 to 50 mriels per hour both tomorrow and friday. speefking of tomorrow, it'll be breezy in berkeley. 74 degrees for a high. check out your friday. 80 in berkeley. on the cal campus, we will hit the 80s on friday and saturday
and sunday. low pressure will park itself off to our east giving us a north wind. no influence on the ocean. this will be an offshore wind. mother nature kicking up the wind from that and also from this, band no. 2. we will be warm because it's offshore wind. fire danger high and windy for the next couple of days as temperatures climb close to 80 greece the coastline coming up saturday. the fire dangers going up will be breezy the next couple of days. if you've been loving this sunshine, you will love the next several days. tomorrow windy in the afternoon. comfortable temperatures. san jose 75. santa clara 74. hayward you'll hit 71. concord tomorrow 77. san ramon 77. sunshine in the city. petaluma 76. windsor tomorrow 78 degrees with sunshine. warm on friday. 80s all the way to the coastline by saturday afternoon. stay warm on sunday cooling off a bit next week. sunshine across the board each of the next seven days. good weather to get outside and
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here he is... 36-year-old matt alba.. a san franci firefighter. he' . san rafael man is getting some national attention these days. >> here he is. 36-year-old matt alba, a san francisco firefighter. he's a top 25 finalist for redbook magazine's search for the hottest husband. >> he's truly a southwest and most generous person i know. >> that was his wife, the one who submitted his photos and short essay about her husband to the contest. they're hoping to win a free trip. the public votes for the winner on the magazine's web site, and alba tells he's expecting his fellow firefighters to tease him a bit for years. go vote for him. >> one of the station 13 guys right around the corner here on san ford maybe. i don't know. we don't know what house he's at. >> i don't know either. i wonder if he's any relation to jessica alba.
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make it 400 nothing. jennings, this will be a two-run toubl, and that's the shot. rays win it four to nothing. they advance against the red sox. a's hosting the tigers tomorrow at home. the a's will carry three catchers for the first round, and steven expected to be behind the plate. boy, 28 years old. he was released to the spring. spent the first half in sacramento, and now going to make his playoff debut on friday. >> realize special, but then when you see some of the people that want to come because it's post season, it adds to it. you can see how truly important and what an accomplishment this really is, you know, as a baseball fan growing up, it was always cool to see your team make it to the post season or cool to see, like, people you look up to celebrating and getting ready for post season. it's definitely sur real and special. that other coliseum tenant,
the raiders, back under center. last week's raider starter matt, how did it work out for him? demoted to third string, and get this, undrafted rookie was taking second team stats today. forgettable performance and 7th sack lost to washington. time now for the wednesday top five. no. 5, 49ers safety dante dropping the w from his last name. hitner from now on because of how he brings it. no. 4. jersey burn, going to play badly. that's the story of texas quarterback matt schaub who threw his pick six and lost to the seahawks. no. 3, red wings and other, wow, look at that goal. off the missed play in front. no. 2, indians fans, help their home team even spilling
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