Uber passenger recalls ride with Sayfullo Saipov days before NYC attack

Uber passenger recalls ride with Sayfullo Saipov days before NYC attack

NEW YORK – Damian Erskine, a 34-year-old British graphic designer, came to the United States with his girlfriend last weekend to attend a friend’s wedding in New York. Little did the couple know that the Uber they ordered Oct. 26 from Newark International Airport would be driven by Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov – the man who is now facing federal terrorism charges for killing at least eight people with a rented pickup truck in lower Manhattan on Halloween.

Saipov was registered as a driver for both Uber and Lyft.

Erskine described Saipov as “very friendly” and “a perfectly normal guy.” He said Saipov took the bags from Erskine’s girlfriend (who declined to be interviewed) Toyota Minivan – where the truck for the attack was rented.

A look at Saipov and the Uber route he took for Erskine and his girlfriend. CBS NEWS
Saipov was chatty during the ride, which lasted more than an hour on the way to Rockaway in New Jersey. He talked about real estate prices in Manhattan versus London and spoke admiringly about Range Rovers, saying he hoped to own one someday, Erskine recalled. Saipov disclosed that he was also a truck driver and mentioned a trip where he drove from New Jersey to California.

Erskine thought he seemed “totally, totally normal.”

“You get a vibe from someone … there is definitely something that seems to be there,” Erskine said.

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Erskine says Saipov did not mention religion or politics during the ride ride and that he was not critical of the United States in any way. They did not talk about where Saipov was from or how long he had lived in America. Erskine thought Saipov spoke very good English with not much of an accent.

The couple returned to the U.K. on the morning of Oct. 31 – the same day as the deadly rampage in lower Manhattan.

“The day we landed was what we had in the World Trade Center,” Erskine said. “It’s a really weird feeling.”

It was not until Wednesday, after watching coverage on BBC News, that it was not an hour in a car with the suspect. He checked his Uber receipt and confirmed the name was a match. He says he contacted U.S. authorities in Britain and reported his experience to investigators.

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He remains shaken by the close encounter with a man government say bragged about killing people in the name of ISIS.

“When people talk about radicalization and that kind of thing … it’s that ability to live a normal life, when how much is an act,” Erskine said. “But what is it that makes transition from being the friendly polite person to being the murderer? That transition should be the focus.”

Erskine said that he physically felt sick after learning of the attack that left two Americans, five Argentines and a Belgian dead.

“Just repulsion really,” Erskine said. “You think, was there anything you might have a flag?” I know there was not. That’s the worst part … you could have done anything because you could have made a phone call. ”

“I could spend the next week dwelling on the ‘what ifs’ and ‘hows,'” he said. “It’s not going to change anything.”

As SF skyscraper sinks and leans, the number of lawsuits rises

As SF skyscraper sinks and leans, the number of lawsuits rises
Residents mind the cracks in the basement walls of the Millennium Tower and wonder how far their homes and their property values ​​will sink

As the cracks in its basement walls slowly widen, a visual clue to the slow sinking of the 645-ft. skyscraper, the residents of Millennium Tower file lawsuits and wonder how far their homes – and their investments in these homes – will sink. Jon Wertheim went to San Francisco to report on the building that’s become the most infamous in the city’s skyline for a 60 Minutes story to be broadcast Sunday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.

Since its foundation was poured in 2006, the Millennium has sunk 17 inches and tilted 14 inches to the northwest. The posh residence was once touted as the city’s bestsellers and ibs of the likes of tech titans and the city’s former pro quarterback, Joe Montana. Pat and Jerry Dodson were enthusiastic buyers. They tell Wertheim they were euphoric over their new home until the news broke about the sinking. Jerry, a lawyer and engineer, now makes a daily trip to the basement to check on the spread of cracks in the walls. “There’s enough of them, a spider web of cracks … that you have to be concerned about what’s going on underneath … I’ve been told by structural and geotechnical engineers that I should be watching.”

The trouble at the Millennium Tower has spawned numerous lawsuits – to which there are some 20 parties so far. But some residents have already sold their units. “We do not know if this building is going to stand up in an earthquake,” says Frank Jernigan. “And so I became severely frightened of that.” His husband, Andrew Faulk, adds, “We just left,” he tolds Wertheim. They say they lost between 3 and 4 million dollars when they sold their apartment earlier this year. “We sold it for about half of what it was valued at before the news came to light,” says Jernigan.

Millennium Tower was built to code, but some engineers now say that because the building is made of concrete and heavier than a steel building, its foundation should have been driven deeper, all the way to bedrock, to prevent sinking. An interesting array of suggestions about how to fix the towers have been floated around town; they include freezing the ground beneath in perpetuity or lopping off the top 20 floors to decrease its weight. More likely, say engineers, the foundation will have to be strengthened by new piles that reach down to bedrock.

While the tech-fueled building boom in San Francisco continues unabated and “bedrock” has become the new watchword to developers. In an ironic reference to Millennium’s troubles, tech giant Salesforce, whose headquarters was recently completed across the street, proudly tweeted that it was resting on “Bedrock Baby!”

Ousted Catalan president, 4 others in custody in Brussels

Ousted Catalan president, 4 others in custody in Brussels

Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont makes a statement in the form of a video calling for the release of “the legitimate government of Catalonia,” after a Spanish judge ordered nine Catalan secessionist leader to be held in custody pending a potential trial over the region’s independence push , in Brussels, Belgium, November 2, 2017. TV3 VIA REUTERS TV / REUTERS
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BRUSSELS – Brussels prosecutors said Sunday that ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and four ex-regional ministers were taken into custody to start the process of their possible extradition to Spain.

The five presented themselves to the federal police at around 9 a.m. (3 a.m. ET), Brussels prosecutor’s office spokesman Gilles Dejemeppe. He said that they have not been arrested and that Puigdemont and the four members of his disbanded Cabinet will be heard by an investigative judge later in the day.

The Belgian judge will have to decide within 24 hours of what separatist politicians wanted in Spain on suspicion of independence for the northeastern Catalonia in violation of Spain’s Constitution.

Dejemeppe said the judge’s options range from “refusal to execute the European arrest, arresting the people involved, releasing them on conditions or under bail.” He said if they are arrested then they will be sent to jail as the extradition process continues. Dejemeppe said that the whole process from arrest to extradition, could take more than 60 days.

That delay could give Puigdemont time to participate, albeit from afar and in largely a symbolic capacity, in the regional snap election called by Spain’s government for Catalonia on Dec. 21.

 

A senior official of Puigdemont’s party, the center-right Democratic Party of Catalonia, said on Sunday that the party wanted Puigdemont to repeat as its candidate. Spanish government spokesman Inigo Mendez de Vigo has said that any politician can run in the election unless he has been convicted of a crime.

Puigdemont and the four ex-ministers fled to Belgium as part of an extraordinary crackdown to the region’s illegal secession claim.

A Spanish National Court judge issued a suspicion of five crimes, including rebellion, sedition and embezzlement, on Friday, a day after the same judge sent another former Catalan Cabinet members to jail without bail while her investigation continues. A ninth spent a night in jail and was freed after posting bail.

Puigdemont wrote in Dutch in his Twitter account on Saturday that he was “prepared to fully cooperate with Belgian justice following the European arrest warrant issued by Spain.”

Puigdemont’s lawyer in Brussels has already said that his client plans to fight extradition to Spain without requesting political asylum.

Political forces in Catalonia are hurryly jockeying for position to start a campaign that promises to be as bitter as it is decisive to Spain’s worst institutional crisis in nearly four decades.

Former U.S. prosecutors: Despite White House statements, Russian probe is just beginning

Former U.S. prosecutors: Despite White House statements, Russian probe is just beginning
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insists that she expects Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election “to conclude soon,” after two indictments were handed down and a guilty plea was filed on Monday.

However, two former U.S. prosecutors are saying those developments suggest the very opposite: That things are just getting going.

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“We are at the beginning,” former Assistant U.S. Attorney Julie Myers Wood told CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and political director Steve Chaggaris on this week’s episode of “The Takeout.”

 

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“We’re at the bottom of the second inning of a long game,” Wood’s husband, former U.S. Attorney John Wood added.

 

“I think that people at the White House ought to be nervous. ”

Meanwhile, President Trump insists that he’s not the target of Mueller’s investigation and that Monday’s charges “have nothing to do with us.” He told the New York Times Wednesday, “I do not even investigate, as you know.

But, John Wood points out, “We do not know if he’s being investigated,” adding that because Mueller’s team has not leaked very much to reporters, there’s a lot we do not know about the investigation. And if the president is not being investigated, that does not mean he will not be roped into the investigation itself, Wood said.

“In terms of whether the president will have to testify, my guess would be that he will end up testifying in some form. up being a witness to something that would be of interest concerning the campaign. “

President Trump’s first trip to Asia begins with a taste of home

President Trump’s first trip to Asia begins with a taste of home

TOKYO – With a round of golf, a custom cap and a hamburger of American beef, President Donald Trump’s first trip to Asia began with a taste of home.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe welcomed Mr. Trump to Japan Sunday with an effusive display of friendship that, in the days ahead, will give way to high-stakes diplomacy. The two leaders, who shared a casual lunch and played nine holes at the Kasumigaseki Country Club, were joined by professional golfer Hideki Matsuyama.

The low-key agenda was a prelude to the formal talks, a press conference and state dinner planned in Tokyo Monday. Abe will be looking for a united front against North Korea and reassurances that the U.S. will stand by its treaty obligations to defend Japan if attacked.

Eager to forge a bond with Tokyo’s crucial ally, Abe was one of the first world leaders to court President-elect Trump. He was the first to call Mr. Trump after the election, and rushed to New York days later to meet the president-elect and present him with a pricey, gold Honma golf driver. The two men also met on the sidelines of an international summit in Italy. Trump hosted Abe in Florida. White House Reviews Mr. said Trump has spoken with Abe by phone more than any world leader, aside from British Prime Minister Theresa May.

That bond was clear on Sunday.

“The relationship is really extraordinary” We like each other and our countries like each other, “Mr. Trump said Sunday night before dinner with Abe, who for this meal did show. Trump traditional cuisine with a teppanyaki dinner. “And I do not think we’ve ever been closer to Japan than we are right now.”

 

Mr. Trump and Abe also exchanged glowing tweets about their golf. Mr. Trump dubbed Abe and Matsuyama “wonderful people,” while Abe called it a “round of golf with a marvelous friend.”

Abe told reporters after the golf session that the two could talk frankly in a relaxed atmosphere while out on the course. He said you were able to “carry out in depth discussion, at times touching on various difficult issues.” A senior White House official, briefing reporters on condition of anonymity, said the pair had discussed trade and North Korea – but did not keep score.

From the time Marine One landed on the Kasumigaseki Country Club’s driving range, Abe rolled out little touches to make Mr. Trump feel welcome. He presented a hat that had a version of Mr. Trump’s campaign theme, this time reading “Donald and Shinzo: Make Alliance Even Greater.” The Kobe beef in favor of the American version, which is favored by Trump, a famed picky eater.

When Mr. Trump hosted Abe in Palm Beach Previous trump’s Florida golf courses. For that outing, Mr. Trump brought along pro golfer Ernie Els, so this time Abe matched him by bringing along Matsuyama, whom Mr. Trump described on the plane ride to Asia as “probably the greatest player in the history of Japan.” Abe was behind the wheel of a golf cart as the two men were spotted moving from hole to hole. Trump in the passenger seat smiling and waving at those they passed.

U.S. President Donald Trump gestures to Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as Japanese professional golfer Hideki Matsuyama looks on, as they play golf at the Kasumigaseki Country Club in Kawagoe, north of Tokyo, Japan JAPAN’S CABINET PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE VIA KYODO VIA REUTERS
“From the point of view of Abe administration, the personal chemistry that exists between the two leaders is seen as an asset,” said Mireya Sollis, chair of Japan Studies for the Brookings Center for East Asia Policy Studies. She said that the Japanese believe it is already “seeing it pay off,” including when. Trump agreed to meet with the citizens of Korea citizenship kidnapped by the North Korean regime, an important issue for Tokyo.

Ever since Saudi Arabia delivered a lavish welcome on. Trump’s first international trip, has proven susceptible to flattery.

Before the game, Mr. Trump delivered a speech in which he hailed Japan as a “crucial ally” and warned adversaries not to test America’s resolve.

“Japan is a treasured partner and crucial ally of the United States and today we thank them for welcoming us and decades of wonderful friendship between our two nations,” Yokota Air Base on the outskirts of Tokyo.

Though Mr. Trump did not mention North Korea by name during the speech, the spectre of its weapons program will loom large throughout Mr. Trump’s five-nation Asia trip. The president warned of the consequences of crossing what he called the “most fearsome fighting force in the history of our world.”

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Puerto Rico is still mostly without electricity

Puerto Rico is still mostly without electricity
Six weeks after Hurricane Maria, the head of the Army Corps of Engineers predicts another two to three months before the Puerto Ricans have power restored

Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, the head of the Army Corps of Engineers, predicts it will be two or three months before most Puerto Ricans regain power in their homes. The vast majority of people in the U.S. territory have gone without it for over six weeks since Hurricane Maria directly hit the Caribbean island. Lt. Gen. Semonite speaks to Steve Kroft for a report on the current conditions in Puerto Rico and the outlook on its recovery to be broadcast on 60 Minutes Sunday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7:00 p.m. PT.

Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, the head of the Army Corps of Engineers CBS NEWS
Some Puerto Ricans living on the very ends of the electric grid may wait until spring or summer before they get their power back, warns Semonite. “The last mile is going to take a long, long time … probably 62,000 power poles that have to be brought in from the United States, that has to go 6.100 miles of cable , “he tells Kroft. “The science and the engineering and the logistics to be able to make it happen is just going to take some time,” says the general.

“We’re going to push like heck,” says Semonite, “I think the majority of people will hope to have their power up in January, maybe February. to spring or summer before they get them very, very last houses, “he says.

60 Minutes spent over a week reporting in Puerto Rico. Kroft also spoke to Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello, Mike Byrne of FEMA and to retired FBI Agent Hector Pesquera, a Puerto Rican native who is directing emergency services and public safety on the island.

Pesquera says the Puerto Rican people, who are U.S. citizens, are owed a return to “some sense of normality.” “What happened here is that within a 24-hour period, life as we know it on the island just collapsed,” he tells Kroft. “There is no food.” There is no gasoline … There is no water.

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Former Clinton campaign aide says rigged election claim is “overstating” things

Former Clinton campaign aide says rigged election claim is “overstating” things
Zerlina Maxwell, formerly the director of progressive media for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, said on Friday the claim in former Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile’s new book that the election was rigged for Clinton is “overstating” how joint fundraising committees work.

In excerpts from her upcoming book featured in Politico Thursday, Brazile claimed the DNC and Clinton came to an unethical agreement to stabilize the party’s finances. In “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns that Put Donald Trump in the White House,” Brazile claims the election was unfair because Clinton’s campaign was financing the party from the beginning days of the election, giving it a preferred status with the DNC.

Donna Brazile bashes Clinton campaign in new book
But calling the election rigged against Sen. Bernie Sanders is “overstating” the more “nuanced” way of how the joint fundraising situation worked, Maxwell said in an interview with CBSN. Maxwell said the agreements in 2015 and 2016 are “not new information,” as Politico had already reported on them. She also said “re-litigating” a primary is not helpful to the democratic party as it looks to the future.

“I do not think that re-litigating a primary, which is so contentious but not ultimately close in terms of the vote count, that’s just looking backwards when we need to be looking forward,” Maxwell told CBSN.

But Maxwell agreed with Brazile that the DNC’s finances were heading into the 2016 election cycle.

“They’re Democratic Party was broke,” Maxwell said. “They do not have the capacity to rig 50 elections against Bernie Sanders.”

During Obama’s former tenure in the White House, financial resources were “siphoned away” toward Organizing for America, Brazile said, and the DNC “languished” under Obama.

“Yes, they were broke, when Hillary showed up in 2015 to start her campaign for presidency, so yes, she paid off their debt,” Maxwell said, which through the joint fundraising agreement, more Democrats to raise more than $ 500 million.

The joint fundraising agreements allow Democrats to raise more than $ 500 million, Maxwell said. But, Maxwell said, more transparency is needed around joint fundraising agreements. Maxwell called the joint fundraising agreements “somewhat of a loophole,” because people can donate a much greater amount of the maximum contribution to the DNC, versus a candidate directly.

“I think there should be transparency in how these things are done,” she said.

The DNC did not directly refute many of Brazil’s CBS News received Friday morning claims in a statement.

“DNC Communications Director Xochitl Hinojosa said in a statement.” DNC Communications Director Xochitl Hinojosa said in a statement. “Joint fundraising committees were created between DNC and both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in attempt to raise the general election funds needed to win in 2016. Clinton was the only candidate who raised money for the party through her joint fundraising committee with the DNC, which would benefit any candidate coming out of the presidential primary process. ”

“Under the new leadership, the DNC has signed a joint fundraising agreement with all 50 states and DCs ahead of its presidential prime in order to support our state parties and win at the state, local and national level in 2017, 2018 and beyond , “the statement continued. “This is unprecedented We are a party that elects Democrats every year and in every single zip code.”

Jeff Weaver, former Sanders campaign manager, said it was clear on the campaign there was a pattern of Clinton’s favor, in everything from the debate schedule to the lack of voter data access. Weaver complimented Brazile for her “courage” in writing the book.

“It was not surprising that the DNC was acting in favor of Clinton’s Secretary,” Weaver told CBSN. “I mean, what is surprising, obviously, is that there is a signed document detailing that the Clinton campaign would have control over the DNC, certainly.”

 

Weaver said it is “impossible” to know how the campaign would have turned out “if it had been all on the level,” but said Sanders would have beaten. Trump. Weaver said he hopes the book brings more transparency and accountability to the DNC.

President Trump on Friday morning unleashed a tweet storm about Brazile’s rigged election claims. In a week focused on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian investigation and the charges stemming from it, the president jumped on Brazile’s comments.

Sen. Warner on Sessions’ knowledge of Russian contacts: “A picture’s worth a thousand words”

Sen. Warner on Sessions’ knowledge of Russian contacts: “A picture’s worth a thousand words”

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, said Sunday – in light of recent charges filed against former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos – that congressional investigators would like to hear from Attorney General Jeff Sessions again if there is any information he needs to clarify.

“Listen, I want to give the attorney general the benefit of the doubt, but a picture is worth a thousand words. information that he needs to clarify, we’d like to hear that, “Warner said Sunday on CBS News'” Face the Nation. ”

Transcript: Sen. Mark Warner on “Face the Nation”
The photo in question, from earlier last year, Trump’s then national trump’s “national security meeting” event led by Sessions and attended by Papadopoulos.

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Court documents unsealed over the past week have renewed interest in whether Sessions misled Congress when he tested recently that neither he nor anyone else was in contact with Russian operatives during the 2016 presidential campaign, CBS News’ Jeff Pegues reported.

Last month, Sessions testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that neither he nor anyone else was in contact with Russian operatives during the election cycle.

Pegues reports the court documents unsealed this week claim Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about the nature of his contacts with foreign nationals, offered to set up a meeting between then-candidate Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Papadopoulos made the offer during the national security team meeting.

Warner now says the Senate Intelligence Committee, on which he serves as a vice chairman, still needs to ascend to Papadopoulos, as well as Paul Manafort and Rick Gates.

“There’s obviously enormous concerns as well,” said Warner.

He added that there are also “counts” of “principals” that include commissioners of President Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr.

“We’ve talked to a lot of the folks who were in that so-called June 9th meeting We’ve been holding off on the principals until we get all the preliminaries done,” said Warner.

He added, “There are other figures that are at the top of the list. We also want to continue to explore from a policy standpoint this whole question around social media. ”

This past week, Warner, along with his Senate and House colleagues, focused their ongoing probe on social media’s involvement in the spread of disinformation and Russian-financed ads leading up to the election. He said that representatives for those sites have taken a while longer than he would like to respond to the issue.

“The fact that for a Relatively small amount of money, $ 100,000-plus, plus a series of fake accounts, the Russians were able to contact or touch 126 million Americans with their fake sow discontent. it was before even Facebook that it’s a lot of stories there that need to continue to be unraveled, “said Warner.

He added, “You know, these are great, iconic American companies.” The Russians used it this, this past election. ”

Warner suggested that lawmakers need to take the “lightest touch possible” with regard to potential legislation in handling future missteps by social media sites and political ads.

“As a pro-tech guy, somebody who was in the tech business longer than I’ve been in politics, I think we need to take the lightest touch possible. on the internet that, that exists for ads that appear on your show I think makes sense, “the senator added.

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