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hey know what happened on that day and a lot of people said let's move it beyond so families can have some peace. >> dangerous temperature drop for the country. time to hunker down and bundle up. >> as cold as we have seen it this winter and it's heading south. it is 104 degrees warmer in miami than it is in international falls. >> historic clash after bloody sunday in selma. a seminal moment in the struggle for equal rights in alabama and the rest of the south. this first portrayal of martin luther king,jr. and the other leaders mistakes their historic relationship with president lyndon johnson. >> federal legislation granting negroes a right to vote unincumbered. >> most of the south is not desegregated. let's not start another battle
when we haven't won the first. >> andrea mitchell in washington. jury selection has begun. over the next three days more than 1,000 people will be considered as potential jurors more than two years after bombs exploded near the finish line killing three people and injuring 264 others. a fourth victim died in a confrontation with he and his brother killed in the shootout. if convicted, he could face the death penalty. from outside the federal courthouse, the courts have ruled against his last minute request for a change of venue.
how are they laying out the way the trial will proceed. >> this is the first day of what is expected to be a months long trial. they stretch into may or june. they are instructing this first pool. we have another five pools this week who will come in. 200 to 250 who got them in the mail and the judge is saying you don't have to get the special education to be a juror, just a commitment to justice. what they said as of late last week, they don't believe they can get a fair trial because of the pretrial publicity. the finish line is about two miles to the west of the courthouse. what they are going to go through is they have a questionnaire with the summons and&
we don't have access to the jury question yet. once they see that they will release the questionnaire. that talks about things about what they do for a living and if they have hard pressing issues. the folks who sit on them 12 jurors and 12 altimates will have to give up their life over the next few months to hear the evidence in this case. they are looking for a death qualified panel. folks who are not against the death penalty and folks who are not so pro death penalty that if he is convicted, they believe he should automatically face death. that's a separate hearing and a separate procedure that goes on after a conviction to the sentencing phase. they want people who are on that panel to have an open mind and hear the sentencing.
chosen and how traumatic the experience was for the city and for the nation. >> that was the defense argument. they were suggesting that all five million people who live in eastern massachusetts were victims. i would dispute that and suggest that that minimizes the real victims in this case. it's obviously a legitimate question and what is happening right now. they tried to figure out the earlier segment. just by -- if you look at the demographics of where we live in this part of the country, it would appear about half could be ruled out immediately. the opposition of the death penalty in this part of the united states is the highest of any region. it will be hard to get a jury. it will take weeks. i argued in a column as recently as yesterday, i do believe they
can sit an impartial jury here. just talking to a lot of my friends and these are people that read newspapers and watch tv and when you ask them about specific knowledge about this case, they had very little knowledge of it. one thing that was amusing when they saw the first batch of potential jurors one was a former tv newsman here at boston with the local affiliate. that's the kind of level that is the old idea that this is a fairly small town. it should be noted that judge o tool who is presiding over the trial said if the voyeur dire process does not work if they do have trouble sitting an impartial jury he is open to
the suggestion of change of venue, but he believes it will work and they will be able to sit a jury. >> this is a jury that will also have to observe the instructions not to read and not to listen to the news for a period of three to four months. they have to isolate themselves from outside contact. that is also especially in the state of social media very hard to do. >> it's an enormous hardship on the jurors. i covered the whitey bulger trial and that was almost three months. that was a real hardship on people. the lawyers suggested that the actual trial itself could last three months and we get into if there is a conviction then you get into the sentencing phase that could go on for another two months. five or six months is quite a hardship on a lot of potential jurors. >> they managed to do it in oklahoma city and there have
been other case. i know of a news reporter who got questioned and was not selected for the jury involving the assassination case against ronald reagan. he was a white house correspondent. there instances here but i have great faith in the jury system and the ability of the courts there. thank you so much for being with us and putting up with the wind outside there. good to see you again. people are still talking about this incredible strength and fortitude of a 7-year-old girl surviving a plane crash that killed her parent sister and cousin and she walked barefoot through the woods at night to help find help. nbc's gabe gutierrez has been following the story from the scene of the next kentucky. >> investigators with the national transportation safety board moved the plane's wreckage to get a closer look. they are trying to find out exactly what caused this crash, but also how this 7-year-old girl survived. her family was returning home to
illinois from a vacation in florida when their plane crashed sometime around 6:00 p.m. local time on friday here in kentucky. it was cold on the ground and dark but somehow this young girl sailor managed to crawl out of the plane. she tried to find a branch or a stick of some sort to light on the plane's burpning wing so she could see, but she caulked about .75 of a mile and the first responders were able to come talk to sailor and she gave them the information they needed to find the plane. it was upside down and that crash killed four members of her family. her mother her father her 9-year-old sister and 14-year-old cousin. funeral arrangements are set for later this week. sailor meanwhile is okay. she is with other family members. that family is asking for
prayers and privacy. andrea. >> thanks to gabe gutierrez in kentucky. in the last hour the man who first met sailor when she knocked on a door and called 911 for her spoke to our own tamron hall. >> she was barefooted wearing short pants and dressed for florida. it was between 35 and 40 degrees. i don't like to walk in that area in the daylight with boots on. she walked at night pitch dark with no shoes on. she is a brave, brave little girl. >> indeed. meanwhile, indonesian crews have recovered 37 bodies. they identified 13 of the victims so far from the air asia flight 8501 after a week searching across the java sea. diving teams have been hampered
for days by rough weather and strong currents. but there may be a breakthrough when the operation resumes tomorrow. they think they may have located the tail section of the plane that could hold both black boxes. the republican field for president is starting to get crowded, but it's chris christie's weekend on the sidelines that has everyone talking. you are watching "andrea mitchell reports" only on msfbc. with the incredible fuel efficiency of 38 miles-per-gallon highway you can feel like royalty in the nissan altima. now, get great offers on the 38 mpg highway nissan altima. nissan innovation that excites. ring ring! progresso! i can't believe i'm eating bacon and rich creamy cheese before my sister's wedding well it's only 100 calories, so you'll be ready for that dress
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jones in the box. this as mike huckabee signed off from the fox show saturday night. to seriously consider another run for president. jeb bush meanwhile quit all of his corporate boards and own education foundation the last few days the strongest indication of his intentions. joining me now is our msfbc contributor and molly ball at the atlantic. what we are seeing from all of these republicans is they are moving closer and closer. it is 2015 but early in the year. it was a story talking about how the moves made by jeb bush val vanized other people. he did what he did on saturday and everyone has been talking
about chris christie since 2012. they are getting it started to get it finished faster as battered and bruised as mitt romney was in 2012. on the cowboy allegiance, here's what he had to say. >> we don't know what this is about. that's fine and great. i would take all of this abuse in return for cowboys playoffs wins. >> that was in response to.
>> i have to say i'm not fan of the cowboys. the guy who said i am what i am like it or not. i'm not going to change because i put my finger in and i'm trying to pander and somebody else's idea of what i'm trying to be. i think this is the -- like a big kid in the box with the hugging and the high fiving. >> as he explained elsewhere in the radio interview, wearing the same orange sweater he has worn for every cowboy game and he thinks it is a good luck charm. we will see that and i wonder about presidential debates. the good luck charm. as we talk about and what jeb bush has done if you take a
look at iowa jeb bush and huckabee, if you got him going in again and santorum and rick perry and ted cruz and rand paul, jeb bush could do well in iowa with the more conservative republicans dividing up the iowa vote. >> he won and he is popular among social conservatives, but the people are also popular with social conservatives and make it possible. >> i should have mentioned ben carson. >> another one. it could make it possible for jeb bush to sort of run up the middle and win. i have been saying to friends behind the seens that if jeb bush were to win the iowa caucuses, it would be as much of an earthquake as when barack obama won because part of the conventional wisdom is jeb bush
is conservative but he is not so conservative that he could win over the faithful to get the nomination. if he wins iowa it changes the calculus of that race. >> he is not going to the early cattle call for conservatives. molly ball he has a new his caucus. that would be a problem for him no matter what. he managed to domesticate through their home state and rubio is thinking it's unclear at this point. his strategy is a clear weather
he will get in the race and they're both from florida and have a similar donor base and appeal. what we are seeing is a 2016 cycle that will be different from 2012 when they started late and without romney in the field, no one had establishment support. this year you have a lot of candidates. you have jeb and christie and you have the governors from jintal and walker and they all have a chamber of commerce republican appeal. that is going to be a lot more crowded than last time. >> interesting republican politic this is time. thank you so much molly. jonathan, we will be back and talk more about the congress coming back and pipeline politics. and in new york city the emotional funeral of slain new york city police officer liu did not end the tension between rank and file police and some of them at least and mayor bill deblasio. despite an appeal to end the
silent protest oust respect to the families. some again turned their backs on the mayors. many believe the mayor does not support the police and they are holding their first news conference or the mayor's first news conference and the first time he is taking questions from the media since two days after the deadly shooting. we'll bring you that live here on msnbc. coming up we remember stuart scott, one of the most original voices well to grace the sports desk. his friends and anchors are joining ahead. you are watching "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. every year. that's enough plastic bottles to stretch around the earth 230 times. each brita filter can replace 300 of those. clean. clear. brita water. nothing is better.
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about to hold new elections. ignoring appeals, they are trying to join the international criminal court to pursue war crimes and charges against israel. israel responded by withholding more than $100 million in task revenues. it is and the new year does not bring a flash point. why is it such a flash point for israel and washington? if it does represent a change in the palestinian position that is to say palestinians have given up on the prospects of negotiating in large part and
that makes it irrelevant. this is a way to level the odds in the kmurnt and isolate and pressure the israelis. i don't think they are thinking through carefully. while at the moment even the hamas has backed it. it has been incredibly complicated. they will take the case they want to win in 12 years. they have only brought public indictments against 36 individuals and all of those were africans accused of atrocityies and it's very, very hard to make a real case. politics and politically maybe they can score a few points, but
it's not going to bring them closer to the state they want. >> does this -- is this a reflection of their frustration and their belief that they are not going to see any change with the new government & they will be built on territory they believe will be part of eventual negotiation. >> understand their complaints and why the icc move would be of interest to them. it's just that i suspect the consequences will be to create a two-month campaign ad for benjamin netanyahu to undermine an israeli partner that could conceivably emerge in the wake of the march 17th elections and guarantee to a republican-controlled congress that what remains of the $400 million in assistance is going to have holds if not
restrictions. the question i would ask and i understand why they did this the question is what was the problem in waiting for two months to see what the out come of the israeli elections to be if it were another right wing government that had no intention or entire to negotiate. okay, but you have for the first time the prospects according to the polls of serious prospects of political change in israel. again, woody allen said 90% of success in life was showing up. i think he is wrong. it's showing up at the right time and suspect even though the palestinians definitely don't agree, this is not the right time. a strong push back in response to a royal scandal over a
woman's claims that she was forced to have sex while underage with prince andrew fifth in line to the throne. carry simmons has details. >> a potential scandal with the power to rock the royal family. the palace is strongly and repeatedly denying that the queen's second son had sexual relations with a minor. any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is untrue one royal statement said. court papers were filed in florida as part of a civil case with the government over their handling of the prosecution of andrew's former friend who pleaded guilt tow soliciting prostitution in 2008. it is claimed that an underage girl identified as jane doe number three was forced to have sexual relations with prince andrew and the woman claims she has even met the queen. the palace denies any record of a meeting.
>> that's a pretty big mess.end, prince andrew cut short a vacation to head back to london and said to be meeting with the queen to discuss allegations. these are steal, rehashed allegations that they are attempting to repackage and spice up by adding the names of prominent people. they issued a statement saying i am looking forward to vindicating my rights as an innocent victim. the response is exactly the rain why sexual abuse victims remain silent. i won't be bullied back into silence. the law pressure had sex with the same underage woman. this morning he strongly denied the allegations with matt lauer on today. >> did you ever meet her? >> no. i don't know who she is. i never have seen her or met her and i don't know who she is. her lawyers have to know this. a former federal judge and brad edwards deliberately filed this
interpleading that i had no opportunity to respond to in court route without doing any investigation. if they had checked my travel records and if they asked me and i could have given the names of the people who were witness asks they would know the stories. >> let me ask you the question. >> unethical behavior and should be disbarred. dads don't take sick days, dads take nyquil. the nighttime, sniffling sneezing, coughing aching, fever, best sleep with a cold medicine.
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cold coming off a relatively warm december. they had highs in the low 50s a couple of weeks ago. 11 below zero. the wind chill was 29 below zero. after last year the wind chill has to be at least 35 below zero. we didn't quite get there. in international falls or the ice box of the nation was down to 28 below zero and the wind chill nearly 50 below zero. the streets are white from all the salt they used from the little bit of snow they got over the weekend. the storm they got tonight and tomorrow back east is going to clip the minneapolis area for an inch or less of snow. nobody is out on the streets. they are using the skyways to get between buildings because it's so cold. i cracked this egg on a piece of paper and within five minutes i had a nice frozen breakfast.
this one this morning is 11 below. we are looking at lows 14 or 15 below and heading east and south. the northeast and washington get told. their coldest weather as we get into wednesday, thursday and friday. unless you are along the gulf coast or florida, you have nowhere to go. but to stay indoors or layer up. this is dangerous chill. andrea? back to you. >> we are macing for it. thanks to mike slidell in minneapolis. the tragic news of stuart scott's death after years fighting cancer is being met with deep sadness across the sports world and the broadcasting community. stuart scott was a true original that inserted pop culture and personality into his delivery of each night's highlights. he will be known for the three battles he waged against cancer the cancer that eventually took his life including the signature
moment while receiving the jimmy v award at the 2014 esp ys. >> when you die, you do not lose to cancer. you beat cancer by how you live why you live, and in the manner in which you live. >> sage steel is the host of nba countdown on espn and a colleague and close friend of stuart scott. thanks for joining us to talk about this remarkable man. you knew him throughout his fight for cancer and fight with cancer and knew him before and had had a close bond from your days in connecticut. >> yeah very, very close bond. as many of us knew this day would come it's still a shock because it sounds cliche but if anybody could beat cancer it was going to be stuart scott.
the fact that he lasted this long andrea and fought this long so valiantly is a miracle. i don't know that people it's over seven years and three times he has been diagnosed in pain. the fight was awesome and inspired me and millions of others. >> he interviewed president clinton and interviewed president obama. he inspired us with courage and love. michelle and i offer thoughts and prayers to family and friends and colleagues. what about he has a father to
his daughters? i understand your ton when he was 10 years old and being transferred with you to your new job in bristol, connecticut? >> this was in june. we were moving from connecticut out west and stuart and his girlfriend kristin came by my house for hours and when my 10-year-old came back he was sobbing. i was crazed with the movers and trying to comfort my son and stuart said i got it. he took my son and walked away and for 20 minutes i saw them on the front step with his arm around my son telling him a story about when he had to move away and left his best friend. that whole time he was in pain. he was suffering. but he stood there for me and my family. the point is he was just selfless. selfless to the very, very end. if you look at his twitter account, the first thing he has there is about his proudest job
as a father to sydney and taylor. that's why he was able to fight seven valiant years and they are blessed to have him as a dad as well. he was the best. he inspired me to be a better mother to my kids. again, i feel pretty fortunate. >> those of us who didn't know him also feel fortunate to have watched him over the years. how did he transform sports broadcasting? he was so transformational. >> that's the key word. transformational. he changed the sports industry forever. when he was hired at espn in 1993, i was saying this to someone. it took courage to do what he did. to come in and be himself. being himself was different. it was different from anyone else in the industry. he embraced pop coupleulture and being an african-american.
we had never seen that before. he did it. some people didn't like it but at the end of the day, he didn't care because that was him. that's who he was to the very end. a lot of people try to copy him. they need to stop. it's not going to work. there never has been anything like him and never will be. he was just himself. besides the girls, he loved what he did for a living and loved sports center and loved monday night football. he loved it all. that's why even when he probably shouldn't have been at work many days and nights on the road green bay, wisconsin, he was there because he loved what he did. and changed this industry forever. a true legacy that he leaves in so many ways personally and professionally. >> sage our condolences and thanks for bringing him to in some ways as you continue with
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the right to vote. >> technically -- >> technically, we already have it, yes, mr. president. we both know in the south black voters are kept off the rows and out of the voting booths by systematic intimidation and fear mr. president. you asked how you can help. >> a scene from selma about the 1965 civil rights protest that galvanized the nation when they attacked peaceful demonstrators on the bridge. the is highly acclaimed and drawing criticism for the depiction of president johnson as a reluctant supporter. the poetic license and really begins. the professor of law and history, his biography bearing the cross won him the pulitzer
prize. thank you very much for being with us today. let's talk about the relationship between martin luther king,jr. and lyndon johnson. we have the audio recordings from the oval office from the telephone conversations. we know precisely about their conversations and their meetings. what was the role as martin luther king,jr. was pressing for action on voting rights the beginning of 1965. lbj having forced through with the filibuster in july, the landmark 1964 civil rights act was initially saying to martin luther king,jr. i have the poverty of the project and all these other things and the south up against me because of the civil rights act. we have to take it one step at a time. was theirs a partnership or difference of tactics? what does your history tell you? >> you set the context perfectly.
this is starting only six months after the 1964 civil rights act has been passed and signed into law. so lyndon johnson was entirely supportive of dr. king and the civil rights movement's desire for voting rights legislation. but he wasn't at all sure that january, february of 1965 was a long enough time lag from the landmark bill that had just gone through. when king and his organization and the local people in selma do get a very vibrant local voting rights protest movement going in february of 1965 the johnson white house and the johnson justice department is really working hand in glove with king and his aides in moving forwards drafting and introducing the bill that a few months later
after the violence at the bridge that the bill becomes the voting rights act of 1965. >> speaking in january, january 15th 1965 about this very subject. >> we take the position that every person born in this country when they reach a certain age that he have a right to vote like he has a right to fight. we just extended whether it's a negro or mexican. the greatest achievement in foreign policy. i think this will be bigger because it will do things even at 64 i couldn't do. that makes it clear that by
january 1965 he was in favor. they're disagreed on tactics, but one of the things that comes up is it's fair to criticize lbj for unleashing j edgar hoover to try to destroy the marriage and leak the tapes of his infidelities to correta scott king. can you ment on that? >> they approved of the wire tapping and all of the personal and sexual relationship recordings stem from hotel bugs and microphones. those were not approved. the fbi did that on its own and indeed the threatening anonymous letter and the tape recording that are mailed to dr. king are
mailed by he enjoyed receiving the descriptions. at the same time johnson was also as that conversation so perfectly firsthand captures a for vent supporter of black equality and voting rights and civil rights movement. there is no question that lyndon johnson was a complicated and in some ways kopt dictory figure. johnson's primacy of support for the civil rights cause should be clear to everyone and should not be put down. >> thank you so much. we are going to continue our reporting on this. what should not be lost is that this is the first film depiction
of martin luther king and the other leaders and the complex relationships between the nonviolent coordinating committee and malcolm x. this is a complex history told by hollywood and it's a side issue some would say that the lbj kopt versy is taking place. a pleasure. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> you are watching "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. we'll be right back.
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