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Gulfstream jet diverted to New York airport after blowing tires on takeoff

Gulfstream jet diverted to New York airport after blowing tires on takeoff

(CNN) - A Gulfstream IV jet that was bound for the United Kingdom is being diverted to a New York airport after it blew two tires upon takeoff in New Jersey, the Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday.

The plane took off from New Jersey's Teterboro Airport and is being diverted to New York's Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, the FAA said.

Gulfstream IV jets can carry more than 12 passengers and are typically used for business and private flights.

Earlier, the FAA said the flight was being diverted to an airport in Massachusetts.

No other details were immediately available.

Chris Watts pleaded for his family's return. A week later, he's charged with their murders

Chris Watts pleaded for his family's return. A week later, he's charged with their murders

(CNN) - After his pregnant wife and their two young daughters vanished last week, Chris Watts spoke with a local Colorado news station as a concerned father, pleading for the return of his family.

Just a week later, Watts appeared largely emotionless as he was arraigned in court Tuesday on nine charges, including several counts of first-degree murder for the killings of his wife and two daughters.

In shackles and an orange jumpsuit, he was informed of his rights and agreed to waive a preliminary hearing.

The arraignment came days after the body of his wife, Shanann, was found in a shallow grave, and the bodies of their two daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, were found in nearby oil tanks at a company where Watts had worked, according to a court filing by prosecutors.

Watts, who was arrested last week, is being held without bond.

In addition, investigators claimed to have discovered that Watts was involved in an affair with a co-worker, according to an unsealed Weld County arrest affidavit.

In his initial interview with police, Watts said that he had told his wife that he wanted to separate on the morning of August 13 and then left for work.

However, in a second interview with police, Watts told police that he looked at the baby monitor screen and saw Shanann strangling their daughter Celeste and that he saw their older daughter, Bella, "sprawled" out on her bed and blue, according to the affidavit.

Watts told police that he went into a rage and strangled his wife to death, according to the affidavit. He told them that he took the bodies and dumped them in three separate locations, according to the filing.

Autopsy results have not been released. Watts' defense lawyers requested that the pathologists be required to "take DNA swabs of throats" of the deceased children, but was denied Monday. His lawyers have not commented publicly.

Multiple murder charges

The 33-year-old father was charged Monday with three counts of first-degree murder for the three deaths, as well as two additional first-degree murder charges of causing the death of a child younger than 12.

He also faces three counts of tampering with a body and a count of first-degree unlawful termination of a pregnancy, said Weld County District Attorney Michael J. Rourke. He did not reveal a motive.

In an interview with CNN affiliate KMGH on August 14 -- after his family disappeared but before his arrest -- Watts said he wanted his family back home.

"We had an emotional conversation, I'll leave it at that," Watts told a reporter who asked whether they'd argued. "I just want them back. I just want them to come back."

Shanann's father, Frank Rzucek Sr., thanked authorities on Monday for finding the bodies of his family members. He said the family appreciated those who attended a candlelight vigil and expressed support.

"Keep the prayers coming for our family," he said, holding back tears.

Frankie Rzucek, Shanann's brother, wrote on Facebook that he was thankful that he had been able to spend recent weeks, "loving, laughing, and enjoying what precious time I had with my Sister and nieces that I loved with every inch of my soul. I wish I could go back in time and be there to keep you safe from harm. Sorry uncle couldn't save you. Absolutely heartbroken."

Shanann, Bella and Celeste were reported missing August 13 from their home in Frederick, a town of about 8,600 people 30 miles north of Denver.

Correction: A previous version of this article misspelled the first name of Shanann Watts and identified Bella as the youngest daughter. She is the oldest.

A son recorded this terrifying attempt to drive himself and his father out of a wildfire

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Hurricane Lane, a dangerous Category 4 storm, headed toward Hawaii

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A Pennsylvania university scrubs the names of three bishops from buildings after the clergy sex abuse scandal

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After more than a century, Barnum's lets its animal crackers roam free with a box redesign

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Pennsylvania priest now faces criminal charges, district attorney's office says

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Body found in search for missing Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts, authorities say

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Aaron Hernandez's suicide notes revealed in new book

Aaron Hernandez's suicide notes revealed in new book

(CNN) - In the hours before NFL-star-turned-convicted-murderer Aaron Hernandez killed himself in 2017, the former New England Patriots tight end wrote three suicide notes on ruled paper.

The notes, which his last attorney Jose Baez excerpts in his new book, "Unnecessary Roughness: Inside the Trial and Final Days of Aaron Hernandez," were found in Hernandez's jail cell the night he killed himself.

They were addressed to the athlete's daughter, Avielle Jenkins-Hernandez, fiancée Shayanna Jenkins and Baez himself. In them, Hernandez writes about God's love, children he wants to be taken care of and entering a "timeless realm."

Hernandez, who was serving a life sentence for the murder of his friend Odin Lloyd, was found naked hanging from a bedsheet in his prison cell in April 2017, according to state officials, just days after he was acquitted of two murder charges related to a July 2012 drive-by shooting outside a Boston nightclub.

Though Hernandez's letter to Baez seemed upbeat, his writings to Shayanna, now 29, and Avielle, now 5, were more ominous. Hernandez's letter to Shayanna starts on page 233 of the book.

Shay,

You have always been my soul-mate and I want you to love life and know I'm always with you. I told you what was coming indirectly! I love you so much and know are an angel. We split into two to come change the world! Your characteristic is that of a true angel and the definition of God's love! Tell my story fully but never think anything besides how much I love you. This was the supreme almightys plan, not mine! I love you! Let Avi know how much I love her! Look after Jano and Eddie for me --- they are my boys (You're Rich).

I KNEW I LOVED YOU = SAVAGE GARDEN

Baez then refers to the third page and opines about Hernandez's mental state, writing, "The third page of writing sounds like a man who had accept his fate. It's as if he saw the angel of death at his door."

NOT MUCH TIME

I'M BEING CALLED!

JOHN 3:16

Hernandez had John 3:16 written on his forehead when he was found in his jail cell, according to a law enforcement source.

Baez then skips to the fourth page of the letter:

I love you all equally! We are all each other! Don't shed one tear for I am with all of you and never wasn't! DO NOT GO BACK TO LIVING WHILE WORSHIPPING FALSE IDOLS in which I warned you about!

Baez writes about what he says looks to be Hernandez's last words.

IT'S TIME!!!

The Real Live Forever

Baez prints his client's letter to his daughter, Avielle, on page 233, without comment.

Avi,

Daddy will never leave you! I'm entering to the timeless realm in which I can enter into any form at any time because everything that could happen or not happened I see all at once! Life is eternal -- believe!!! Love, repent, and see me/yourself in everyone because that's what the truth is! I'll see you all in the heavens awaiting you all with the same love. Never fear me, but love me with all of you! Fear is the only separation between you and I! We are each other -- I/you -- you/me -- there's no need to fear but what you do unto another will come back around!

Power of Now

Conversations with God 1, 2, 3

Home with God

Anuk Ausar "Metu Neter"

Jose Baez rose to fame defending Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of murdering her toddler daughter in 2011.

The high-profile attorney stepped in to take over Hernandez's second murder trial in mid-2016, following it through to his acquittal in April 2017. Baez says he became very close to his client and writes in the book that Hernandez often addressed him as his brother.

In the lead-up to revealing the suicide notes, Baez writes that Hernandez, on what would be the final night of his life, seemed happy and excited for the future. The suicide notes were released to him by corrections officials a few days after Hernandez died.

This excerpt is from page 232 of "Unnecessary Roughness:"

Jose,

What's up, brotha? Well, I wrote this letter following my acquittal and wanted to voice how I felt and let some people whos(e) music helped me get through hard times, know that it did. Wrong or right -- who knows -- I just follow my natural instincts and how it guides me. Pros or cons, didn't weigh them, but I'm sure you'll let me know your view. Besides that, I want you to know you have me forever like you never understood and time will reveal that I'm not perfect but my love and loyalty is like you've never seen! I appreciate all your work, time, effort, and never let that slip your mind! In time, you will see how appreciated you are, as well as all the others equally! But never forget I will whoop your ass if you get too crazy ... haha! But we could grab a drink after. All jokes aside, I hope your son is well and all your loved ones!

I need a favor -- If you have any contacts for any artists like Gates, Meek Mill, Ross, Jay, Game ... etc. I would like to send you letters so you can send to their information or whichever way you think best. I don't want any media really getting into me, trying to just send my love to all the artists who got me through my tough times and sending my respect to a few of the real ones out there. So I think that's the best idea through you. It's something I have to do and I'd appreciate if you could do that for me, if possible! If not, I'll figure something out. Well, get at me, love ya brother!

Aaron

According to Boston University neuropathologist Dr. Ann McKee, Hernandez suffered from a severe case of CTE, formally named chronic traumatic encephalopathy. A number of retired NFL players who have suffered concussions have developed memory and cognitive issues, including CTE. Doctors have also found CTE in examining the brains of many players who have died.

Hernandez was just 27 years old when he died.

He was found to have Stage 3 CTE. Stage 4 is the most severe. McKee told CNN that the type of brain damage observed in Hernandez is usually seen in someone 20 years older.

In an appearance on ABC Tuesday morning, Baez said that all proceeds from the book would go into a college fund for Hernandez's young daughter, "so that she can know there's a different side to the story of her father."

"He was someone who was loved, cared about, extremely misunderstood, and if some good can come from all of this, I think Aaron would be extremely happy," Baez said.

UNC protesters knock down Silent Sam Confederate statue

UNC protesters knock down Silent Sam Confederate statue

(CNN) - About 250 protesters on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's campus knocked over the school's controversial Silent Sam Confederate statue, the university said Tuesday.

The statue is the latest among several Confederate monuments to be removed, and its toppling comes as communities grapple with the legacy of a contentious chapter in American history.

A video and pictures from a student show the statue coming down on Monday as students chant, "I believe that we will win."

Video footage from CNN affiliate WRAL-TV shows protesters putting up poles and banners around the statue during daylight. By nightfall, video from WRAL shows the statue falling and students cheering. Protesters can also be seen kicking and putting dirt on the statue.

In a statement Tuesday morning, UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol L. Folt said she appreciates the actions taken by police to ensure the campus community's safety during Monday's demonstration.

"Last night's actions were unlawful and dangerous, and we are very fortunate that no one was injured," Folt said in an open letter posted on the school's official website. "The police are investigating the vandalism and assessing the full extent of the damage."

The statue came down around 9:20 p.m. ET on the eve of the first day of classes, the university said.

One person was arrested, UNC spokeswoman Kate Luck told CNN.

"The charges are for concealing one's face during a public rally and resisting arrest," Luck said.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's office tweeted a statement saying Cooper has been in contact with local law enforcement and UNC officials about Monday's rally.

"The Governor understands that many people are frustrated by the pace of change and he shares their frustration, but violent destruction of public property has no place in our communities," the statement read.

Silent Sam was erected in 1913 to remember the "sons of the University who died for their beloved Southland 1861-1865," according to UNC's website. The United Daughters of the Confederacy gave the statue to the university in 1909.

Students and faculty had called for Silent Sam's removal

The felling of Silent Sam came months after students and some faculty called for removal of the statue. The UNC Board of Trustees held a listening session in November where attendees spoke in support of and against Silent Sam, according to CNN affiliate WTVD-TV.

Maya Little, a second-year PhD student in UNC's History Department, told WTVD-TV in November that the school was spending too much money "to maintain a statue that glorifies the enslavement of my ancestors. That was dedicated by a man who took pleasure in beating a black woman on our campus, that was erected by a group who praised the KKK as protectors of white womanhood. "

Five months later in April, Little told WTVD she put her blood and red ink on the statue. Little is facing expulsion and criminal charges for the incident, WTVD reports.

After Monday's protest, Chancellor Folt said the statue was a longstanding source of division for students, staff and alumni alike.

"The monument has been divisive for years, and its presence has been a source of frustration for many people, not only on our campus, but throughout the community," she said Tuesday morning.

UNC's history department also released an undated statement on Silent Sam.

"The faculty of the Department of History urges the officers of UNC and other state officials to pursue every avenue to remove the 'Silent Sam' monument," the statement read. "From its inception, the monument was exclusionary and offered a highly selective interpretation of the nation's history ... The monument will continue to promote malicious values that have persisted too long on this campus, in this state, and in this nation."

Supporters of Silent Sam, see the statue differently, though. Dorothy Holloway told WTVD in May that she saw Silent Sam as "guarding the college."

"Why take him out? Who has it hurt?" she said.

Gov. Cooper issued a statement last year calling for the removal of more Confederate monuments. He said state lawmakers should repeal a 2015 law that prevents the removal or relocation of monuments so local governments and the state will have the authority to decide.

A state agency has been asked to determine the costs of removing Confederate monuments from state property and find alternative spots for their placement, Cooper said.

Not the first Confederate monuments to come down

Silent Sam was not the first Confederate monument to come down in North Carolina. Last August, authorities said seven people were arrested in connection with the toppling of the Confederate Soldiers Monument during a protest in Durham. The monument came down two days after the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left counterprotester Heather Heyer dead.

In Tennessee, crews in December moved two Confederate statues from parks in Memphis after city officials sold the land to a nonprofit.

In New Orleans last spring, the city removed four Civil War-era landmarks.

Baltimore also removed four Confederate monuments. They did so overnight last August.

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Colorado suspect says he killed wife after he saw her strangling daughter, affidavit says

Colorado suspect says he killed wife after he saw her strangling daughter, affidavit says

(CNN) - A murder suspect told police in Colorado he strangled his pregnant wife in a rage after he saw her on a baby monitor strangling the couple's 3-year-old daughter, Celeste, according to court documents.

Chris Watts said the couple's other daughter, Bella, 4, was already "sprawled out" on the bed and blue in the couple's bedroom, according to an arrest affidavit from Frederick police.

Watts confessed to burying his wife, Shanann Watts, 34, near two oil tanks and dumping his daughters' bodies in the tanks, according to the affidavit.

But prosecutors paint a different picture of the killing. Watts was charged Monday with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his wife and young daughters. Two additional first-degree murder charges accuse him of causing the death of a child younger than 12.

The 33-year-old father also faces three counts of tampering with a body, and a count of first-degree unlawful termination of a pregnancy, said Weld County District Attorney Michael J. Rourke, who did not reveal a motive.

Watts, who was arrested last week, is being held without bond, with his next court appearance scheduled for Tuesday morning.

Defendant previously denied affair with co-worker, investigators say

Investigators said they learned Watts was "actively involved" in an affair with a co-worker. He had previously denied it in interviews, according to the affidavit.

Early on the morning of August 13, Watts said he told his wife he wanted to separate, and then the killings took place, court papers said.

Before Watts' confession, authorities used a drone that spotted a bedsheet in a field near the oil tanks, the affidavit said.

"The sheet matched the pattern of several pillowcases and a top sheet recovered from a kitchen trash can from [Watts'] residence early that day," the affidavit said.

In an emotional address Monday, Shanann's father, Frank Rzucek Sr., thanked authorities for finding the bodies of his family members. He said the family appreciated those who attended a candlelight vigil and expressed support.

"Keep the prayers coming for our family," he said, holding back tears.

Prosecutors: Pregnant wife was buried in a 'shallow grave'

Shanann, Bella and Celeste were reported missing August 13 from their home in Frederick, a town of about 8,600 people 30 miles north of Denver.

The location where their bodies were found on August 15 was the site of a petroleum and natural gas company where Chris Watts had worked, authorities said. Watts was terminated from Anadarko Petroleum on August 15, company communications manager Jennifer Brice said.

A court filing by prosecutors says Shanann Watts' body was "recovered from a shallow grave near an oil tank," and that "law enforcement recovered the bodies of defendant's two daughters from inside oil tanks located near the grave of their mother."

The girls' bodies were in an "oil well filled with crude oil for several days," Chris Watts' attorneys indicated in a court filing.

Autopsy results have not been released, but documents filed last week in Watts' arrest revealed some of the victims may have been strangled, along with other details.

On Monday, a judge denied several defense motions, including a request to require pathologists to swab the little girls' necks, throats and hands for DNA.

Watts' attorneys have not publicly commented on the case.

Friend recalls last time she saw Shanann

In a Monday interview on ABC's "Good Morning America," friend Nicole Atkinson said she dropped Shanann off at home about 2 a.m. August 13 after they finished a business trip.

"She went inside, turned around and waved at me and shut the door," Atkinson said.

Shanann didn't return calls later that day and missed a medical appointment at which she was expected to hear her unborn child's heartbeat, Atkinson said. Shanann was 15 weeks pregnant.

Atkinson said she contacted Chris Watts, but he didn't seem as worried as she thought he should be. Atkinson said she then contacted police.

In an interview with a local news station on August 14 -- after his family disappeared but before his arrest -- Chris Watts also said his wife got home around 2 a.m.

"We had an emotional conversation, I'll leave it at that," Watts told a reporter who asked whether they'd argued. "I just want them back. I just want them to come back."

Watts said he left for work about 5:15 a.m. that day and wasn't concerned when his wife didn't respond to his texts and phone calls since she'd just returned from being out of town.

But he grew worried, he said, when one of her friends contacted him around noon and said she wasn't responding to messages.

"I walked in the house and -- nothing," Chris Watts told KMGH. "She wasn't here. The kids weren't here."

Court papers showed the couple also faced financial problems in recent years and filed for bankruptcy in 2015. Their homeowners association, Wyndham Hill Master Association, recently sued the couple, saying they owed $1,533.80, according to a civil suit obtained by CNN.

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Nashville police find 2 men to question in 3 fatal shootings

Nashville police find 2 men to question in 3 fatal shootings

(CNN) - Nashville police were holding two men Monday night who were wanted for questioning in shootings that left three people dead.

Officials said they took Demontrey M. Logsdon, 20, into custody at a Nashville residence, and Lacory C. Lytle, 24, turned himself in at a precinct.

Logsdon was arrested on an outstanding warrant for aggravated kidnapping. Police say he accompanied another man who kidnapped a woman on Friday.

Lytle had outstanding warrants charging him with felony identity theft, fraudulent use of a credit card, and theft for using a stolen credit card of a victim who survived a robbery that killed two people.

The men have not been charged with any of the killings, which police say are still under investigation.

Three killings were during robberies

Two men traveling in a dark-colored Chevrolet shot the victims as they walked down a street or stood in a parking lot in the early morning, according to police. All three killings happened during robberies, authorities said.

About 3:30 a.m. Friday, Bartley Teal, 33, and Jamie Sarrantonio, 30, were fatally shot in the parking lot of the Cobra bar on Gallatin Avenue in East Nashville, police said in a news release.

They had left the bar with two other people, walked to a convenience store for snacks, and were returning to the bar when the two men confronted them in the parking lot, Aaron said at a news conference.

"Mr. Teal was told that it was a robbery," Aaron said. "He reportedly said he had nothing to give. He was then fatally shot."

Sarrantonio was shot a few moment later for unknown reasons, Aaron said.

"Detectives believe the murderers ... were randomly looking for robbery victims and targeted the four when they arrived back at the Cobra parking lot," police said in a Friday news release.

Sarrantonio and Teal died after being taken to hospitals. The two other people were not hurt. The robbers drove away and dumped the victims' belongings in an alley in north Nashville, police said.

The double murder appears to be connected to another killing that occurred a few days earlier, police said.

On August 14, Kendall Rice, 31, was shot about 4 a.m. while walking along Alta Loma Road to catch a bus to work at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Aaron said.

"According to a witness, two black men who appeared to be in their 30s, shot Rice and fled in a dark sedan," police said in a news release. "Rice died at the scene. His personal belongings were missing."

More crimes might be linked

Other robbery attempts happened August 14 that may be connected, police say.

At 4:45 a.m., a man said he drove off after two men -- one armed with a rifle -- tried to rob him at the Rivergate Meadows Apartments on Rivergate Meadows Drive, police said. At 5:15 a.m., a man was shot and critically injured during a robbery attempt at an apartment complex on East Palestine Avenue.

These shootings may also be linked to the August 8 shooting of a woman in the Inglewood neighborhood, Aaron said.

The Tennessean newspaper said the woman, 39, was walking her dogs a little after midnight when two men driving by in a small, dark car shot her. She apparently was not robbed. The woman was wounded in the back, the newspaper said.

"We obviously have to consider the August 8 case as we pursue active leads in the two homicide cases," Aaron said.

Lytle was convicted of felony aggravated assault in May. Logsdon was convicted of robbery in November. Both received five years probation.

Police were looking for them based on surveillance images, recovered evidence and observations by officers.

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