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year, it all happens on december 15th, live from las vegas, only here on cnn. that's it for me. thanks for watching. you can always tweet me. a u.s. embassy warning of a terror attack in the next 48 hours. officials calling the threat cred credible and imminent. plus, a chicago police officer who shot a teen is out of jail tonight. and the alleged gunman of planned parenthood in court today. let's go "outfront" for a motive. good evening, i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, breaking news, a stark warning from a u.s. embassy of an attack within 48 hours. americans in of a afghanistan
told of an imminent attack. president obama stands defiant against terror in paris today, visiting the memorial outside of the bataclan theater where 89 people were killed in the terror attacks with francois hollande by their side. a mystery deepening about the whereabouts of salah abdeslam. officials believe he's already back in syria. a source telling cnn attacks were, quote, ready to go. chilling words. alexandra field begins our coverage "outfront" in brussels where the manhunt continues for the terror suspect. i want to begin with jim sciutto on the imminent attack. what can you tell us about that? >> u.s. officials are taking this very seriously and say it's creditable, imminent, timing within the next 48 hours and they are keeping americans in kabul on alert for that 48-hour period. it is not specific, at least
they have not said it is specific. they said they don't believe it targets the u.s. embassy. they haven't said which particular targets or when this attack is expected to strike. we do know something about who is suspected to be behind it. they say it's the network that's been responsible for some of the worst attacks in afghanistan in recent months and in particular, this has been worrisome, they've been able to carry out attacks inside the capital as they move their power base closer to the capital in kabul. security is incredible but they've been able to break through the security. one final point, it's believed that this attempted attack would be in part in competition with isis. isis grabbed the world's attention with the attacks in paris and you have other groups, we saw this at the hotel attack in mali and now this attempted attack in kabul. these groups are competing for
attention and want to prove their relevance and do it by attempting to carry out attacks like this. erin? >> pretty frightening. which is what some had feared, that you would start to see this competitive rush which, of course, happened in mali. in paris, we're learning about additional planned attacks. the main suspect is still on the run tonight. alexandra field is in brussels. that's salah beabdeslam's last known whereabouts. >> reporter: he made purchases just a month before the attacks but the question remains, where is abdeslam tonight? intelligent services are working various theories but so far no one can offer any definitive proof that he's left belgium. the search for salah abdeslam has turned up very few leads.
authorities are working under the assumption that he may be already back in syria. but some are not convinced. a day after the attack, at 1:00 in the afternoon, he turns up here in a neighborhood of brussels. a childhood friend of his meets him at this metro station. his attorney says the men go on to a cafe and at some point abdeslam tells his pal about how his brother has killed himself in paris and blew himself up. they drive several minutes until the suspect gets out in a brussels neighborhood. >> translator: my client doesn't know how long he stayed in the area. maybe he went somewhere else afterwards. my client doesn't know. >> reporter: a source close to the investigation reveals more details about abdeslam's alleged role. in september he's seen in paris. in october, he purchases ten
detonators at a fireworks store. two days before the attacks, he's caught on a camera and he drove the car to the soccer stadium to drop off bombers before abandoning it in a pedestrian crosswalk near the site of one of the attacks. later, investigators trace his cell phone to another neighborhood and they find discarded suicide vests. 130 people killed by seven terrorists who shoot them and detonate bombs on the night of november 13th. by morning, the only living suspect is gone. salah abdeslam crosses the border from france to belgium driven by two friends. police stopped him at the border but let him go, not realizing they questioned one of the word's most wanted men. and investigators believe that the other attacks in paris were
imminent. the master mind of the attacks, abaaoud, was killed in a raid along with his female cousin and they say it was an associate of the cousin who approached police in the aftermath of the cousin's death and abaaoud's death to fill them in on the plans that were apparently in motion. >> thank you very much, alexandra field. the words that they had were ready to go. "outfront" now, former counterterrorism official, phil mudd, paul cruickshank and seth jones, director of security. salah abdeslam, one of the world sz most wanted men in the world, on the run for two weeks. we know he was in belgium the night of the attacks. now they are saying he may have escaped to syria. how is it possible that he could have done that without anyone noticing when you have more resources dedicated to finding this guy than anyone else in the world? >> well, erin, this would not be the first time that this has
happened this year. one of the attackers in the "charlie hebdo" attacks did the same thing. they are using better communication security tactics, using encrypted cell phones, cell phones that the numbers haven't been used and s.i.m. cards that haven't been used. they are using pipelines that the islamic state has developed in europe. they are able to use a range of techniques and information aspects that terrorists maybe haven't used in the past, certainly not this well. >> and phil, you've been concerned about this for the past week or so. you're saying it's possible he's back to syria. how concerning is it if he actually accomplished that? >> i think this is a significant return. we talked, erin, before about the potential pub list see that he gathered for the organization. i'll expect him to see in videos at some point if he's gone back to syria but to me the operational sophistication that he comes back with, look,
there's a big difference between practice and reality he did two things here that isis is going to learn from for follow-on attacks. number one, he operated a large cell securely in the french capital with one of the best counter terrorist security chasing him. the french are very good. number two, he figured out how to evade european security for some period of time if he made it back after he left belgium. so that combination of real world experience, escaping under the noses of european security, it's got to be significant for isis to plan the next attack. >> we know he was significant operationally. he was buying explosives and possibly putting the explosives together. he was not a bit player. paul, is it possible that he's still in europe actually possibly still in belgium where every single intelligence eye in the world is looking for him? could he still be there and secure? >> i think actually he's likely still in brussels and belgium.
but the idea that he would have gotten all the way to syria, there's a massive manhunt going on for him right now. he's the most wanted man in europe. and he hasn't exhibited the best terrorist tradecraft. a few hours after the attack he called a couple of friends in brussels to pick him up in the middle of the night. they almost got arrested by french police. they didn't know he was a suspect yet. he gets to brussels and gets picked up by another friend, stops off in a cafe for some time. this is not a guy who is a sort of james bond villain when it comes to terrorism trade craft. i would be very surprised if he managed to get all the way to syria given all of that and one of his potential accomplices was actually picked up on november 21st in turkey on the way to syria. they have been able to pick these people up. and with hyatt, she was not a
wanted woman at that point. >> there's also the question of course of where he is. but there's also a question of why he is still alive. everybody else involved in the attacks died. they detonated their vests. his either malfunctioned or he chickened out. say he gets back to isis in syria. do they say, okay, we're going to behead you because you were weak and you woosed out or are they going to use him for propaganda? >> i think phil was right earlier. i think he has a lot of propaganda value right now. if he has evaded european intelligence agencies and made his way through turkey and it's unclear right now where he is, but if he has, this is a great propaganda value. i think isis will use this and they have done this in the past. they are excellent at this and better than, frankly, any other
terrorist organization on the propaganda information side. i think that's how they will use him. >> thanks to all three of you. "outfront" next, donald trump's meeting with black religious leaders. and i saw love in that room. i see love everywhere i go. plus, breaking news, the chicago police officer who shot and killed a black teen is out of jail tonight. let me say that again. out of jail tonight on the streets of chicago. and what we're learning about this man, held in the shooting spree that killed three at a planned parenthood clinic, seeing him here for the first time since. we'll be right back. they think that it's sad. i think it's important for everyone to know that there is so much more to memory support than the stigmas you hearabout. that these residents still have lives and their lives still matter and that they are still living their lives.
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religious leaders, some of whom are endorsing him for president. the key word is some. sara murray is "outfront." >> and i saw love in that room. i see love everywhere i go. >> reporter: despite walking back what his campaign calling closed door meeting a success. >> we didn't think we would be having a press conference but we all thought it was such a good meeting we would do that and we have many, many endorsements that came out of the meeting. >> reporter: in a lead-up to today's get-together, several pastors invited said they have no intention of backing the gop front-runner or even attending the meet and greet. >> if you talk down to women, if you talk down to documented immigrants, calling them rapists and then black lives, get them out of here. no, you can't represent me. so i don't even need to hear your platform.
>> reporter: victor cousins said he came to talk to trump, nothing more. >> it's incumbent upon me to take advantage of the opportunity to query him about the type of things we should expect from a potential trump administration. i'm here to have a dialogue. >> reporter: the pastor caution an out right criticism. >> i'm going to protect him. >> reporter: hundreds attending today's meeting said they would attempt their colleagues to support trump. >> anybody that knows donald trump personally knows that he's not a racist, provided more jobs and he's exactly what not only the african-american community needs but what america needs. >> they didn't ask to change the tone. i think they want to see victory
a we want to win together. >> reporter: trump may not have picked up 100 endorsements but he picked up at least a couple and tonight he got support from another prom meant booster, 2012 presidential candidate herman cain. he was here revving up the crowd ahead of trump's speech. erin? >> thank you very much, sara. "outfront" now, from the new spirit revival center in macon, ohio, the empowerment temple in baltimore, reverend jamal brian who did not attends today's meeting. i'm glad you're both here in person. this is a very important topic. pastor davis, you have made the decision to endorse donald trump, right? >> endorse in the sense that james davis, not as the pastor but as the individual because there's a fine line legally that pastors cannot endorse political candidates with the title "pastor" in front of it.
>> but your community, your flock will hear you say this. >> yes. >> i understand whatever the technical line may be. >> sure. >> why do you believe that he is going to be good for the african-american community. he did retweet that. >> i use even some of the words that the previous guests and the school yard chatter, in a very serious time in our country, where our community is on fire and nobody is talking about sending a fire truck. what is going on now is a bunch of rhetoric about sound blurbs. and so in that case, those of us that have enough sense or intelligent enough, we can get past some of these sound blips or retweets, whatever they are, and here the substance. we made history today. we put better than 100 black
preachers in a room with the gop candidate. that's never been done before. >> did he listen? >> he absolutely listened to us. we didn't have time to get into our issues but the more we got into the issues, we determined that it was necessary for us to come back again today. >> so you don't think he's a racist? >> i don't believe that. again, i believe that his ego and his gravitas is so big that he doesn't have to pander to anyone and i don't believe i was being pandered to or, as some say, that we are to grab votes for him. that's not the case. >> reverend, you chose not to attend. you are in new york today but chose not to attend. >> yes. >> you heard pastor davis say he's not being pandered to and doesn't feel that donald trump is a racist. >> i think he's a pawn. i'm here as a preacher and as a black man to say that i
vehemently oppose someone who has been outlandish to all of the minority communities. bishop scott was the chair of leave land and outcry looking for we have not heard about mass incarceration, and nothing about militarization of police and in reality this meeting was pulled together because of a meeting that took place in alabama where a protester from black lives matter was roughed up and donald trump said to the press, that he believed he deserved to be roughed up. now, to that end, if you will not meet with black lives
matters protesters, let me find 100 black leaders who will in fact find a connection to the black lives matter protesters who are engaged with this conversation. it is a very -- >> let's have a conversation -- >> we're talking about black lives matter. >> yes. >> at the end of the day and that discussion needs to be had under our current administration. all of the things going on right now in our communities is because of the people in charge and not necessarily those coming down the pipeline with respect to black lives matter and all of these things that were addressed in this meeting. and if dr. bryant -- i can't cut off someone because of something they said. we're not going to always like what each person says. i'm not throwing it away. even with dr. bryant. he's said on twitter, people
that were in that room prostitutes. >> right here at this table, you just called davis a pawn. >> he called me a pawn. >> he's called them a prostitute and said that we're using our pool pits as poles. >> poles. yes. >> i'm wondering, the women in that room, they are being called female prostitutes and i'm wondering if their husbands in fact being calledprostitutes. >> and i want to apologize because prostitutes get money and the 100 that went in there walked away with nothing. they did it for free. so there's another word for that and i would not use that language on the family channel. what i would suggest 100 white pastors to do the endorsement, not 100 rabbis. not 100 imams. >> whatever it is that there is constant conversation.
>> whenever there is poverty, you can always find a capitalist who will always explore poor people privileged just to be in the room. >> just from the guy who is a brother in town. >> yes. >> and so in that regard, we're not there for relevance. >> no. >> the first couple meetings were in private and somebody put out a flyer and mr. bryant, he grabs the flyer and puts it out into twitter verse. he even used the term that trump is a the devil. >> i never said that. >> you said that. here's what i'm saying. i'm wondering when you were -- did he evolve to the devil in 2015? >> he's full of sound and fury. i'm talking about policy.
what is the policy? what is the policy that african-americans are marginalized and manipulated and not part of the economic structure. what is the economic structure that you go back to cleveland -- >> it was the purpose of the meeting. we talked about tax incentives. >> so what did he say specifically on this issue? >> two of the three hours -- >> one policy. >> -- were on economics. it was with respect to tax incentives to bring businesses into the inner city because poverty is our issue. if we deal with poverty, at that level as far as entrepreneurship and getting businesses going right now under this administration, they are worse off than they've ever been. 2009. and now it's increased. our wealth gap has increased. and so this is all under the current administration.
anytime you listen to someone other than the normal democrat rhetoric that we're fed, here comes the minions to chase after us. >> would you ever vote republican? >> i'm looking at -- >> would you ever vote for republican? >> i would vote for who i thought had the best blueprint for black america and at this point i do not believe, based off of what we've seen, it's not pointed out one policy that talks about economic development, african trade, nothing -- >> he just specifically talked about bringing businesses back into the inner city. >> how do you do that? >> okay. so did he talk about that specifically? tax incentives? >> yes. if you reduce the taxes in the inner city, so that now you can draw a business or a corporation into that area, they have the incentive to put jobs in that area. >> that's what donald trump said he would do? >> yes. he said under his administration
and beyond that there were other things that he would talk about with respect to police and police brutality and how he would look through it with a different lens rather than our current administration with barack obama in the white house and black folks as the attorney general. and so he is saying that all of these things will be looked at. with respect to the black lives matter guide, yes, if someone walks in my church or dr. bryant's church and disrupts the place, he's going to be asked to leave. now, he didn't endorse the guy. he didn't command his minion, so to speak, to beat him up. >> are you okay with the fact that donald trump said that guy deserved to be roughed up? >> i don't agree with that. that's like i wouldn't throw dr. bryant away because he called us prostitutes. i wouldn't call any of my brothers out of that -- >> the word you were using, you didn't say it, i will say it, was rape. that's the word you were saying. >> i think, again, what it is is
really disheartening that these preachers walked away with private promises while we're in the middle of an open presidential election, the policies discussed behind closed doors need to, in fact, be open, when he gets to macon to talk about urban renewal and inner city development. it can't just be behind closed doors. when that debate comes, i would love to hear what we're going to do on the inequity of our public schools, on how it is that african-americans, even with degrees, are at a lower pace than -- >> but would that affect so much -- why didn't you go to the meeting and make these points? >> you would have heard about the inequities, all of these -- everything that he said. >> let me give you a chance to answer. >> and would be echoed in the public as time progresses. >> because i honor and appreciate the young people on the front line in chicago,
minneapolis, and the young people he doesn't know in cleveland who are part of the black lives matter movement. and if he would say, as governor chris christie there said, he would never meet with the young people of black lives matter, the black preachers go behind their back and meet with them i think is a slap in the face and all the more, these are preachers not connected to the movement and have not been on the front line of what these young people are trying to accomplish. so i've stood in allegiance with the young people who are in fact trying to effectuate change. if it's just about a conversation, then have a conversation with these young activists who are fighting night and day to see america live up to what they are supposed to do. >> this is a conversation to be continued. thank you for your time. a white police officer charged in the death of a black teen, he's posted bond. he's leaving jail tonight. city officials try to cover the whole incident up. we're learning much more about the alleged gunman in the
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breaking news, jason van dyke, the chicago police officer who shot and killed a black teen, is out of jail tonight, posting bail. lots of questions about this, including this one. why did it take more than a year to charge him with murder? kyung lah is "outfront." >> reporter: the night of october 20th, 2014, chicago police respond to calls of an erratic man with a knife. six seconds after exiting a police car, officer jason van dyke fires and strikes laquan mcdonald 16 times. the police union spokesman gives the first police account. 17-year-old mcdonald was shot once in the chest. after lunging at police. >> going at one of the officers, at that point the officer defends himself. >> reporter: an autopsy the following day shows of the 16 shots, nine entered mcdonald's
back. officer van dyke, the only cop who fired, goes on paid desk duty. van dyke has 20 complaints against him, ten of them use of force complaints. but all of this goes unreported as the public accepts the chicago police explanation and the dash cam video is sealed. all this, as mayor rahm emanuel is in the middle of the most contentious mayoral race since the 1980s. he wins. eight days later, he's there as the city council awards laquan mcdonald's family $5 million. the city pays the mcdonald family, even before the investigation is complete and even though the family had not filed a wrongful death lawsuit. chicago alderman howard brookings voted for the settlement and now says the council was misled. >> i think that there was a cover-up and i think that people were looking out for their own skin. >> reporter: mayoral emanuel and
anita alvarez battle for months to keep the dash cam under wraps and lose when the judge orders the release of the video. just hours before the video release, the prosecutor charges officer van dyke with first-degree murder, a full 13 months after the shooting. the prosecutor says she had intended to charge the cop for months but moved up her decision because of the timing of the video release. >> i felt compelled, in the interest of public safety, to announce these state charges today. >> how ludicrous is that? clear she was trying to jump the charge, get ahead of the release. it does make me angry that people who are charged with the public trust in protecting the people and dissing out playing petty politics with an issue that is so serious. >> reporter: now, that alderman is among the growing voices urging the police lieutenant to
shut down. as far as the mayor rahm emanuel, erin, he says he has got to take him on his word for now and that he's been honest with the public. erin? >> kyung lah, thank you very much. i want to go to paul callan, former criminal defense attorney as well as chairman of the city council of black caucus in chicago. alderman sir, let me start with you. you just heard kyung lah. 13 months after this happened, that's what it took for the charges to happen and they were announced on the same day that the video actually came out, the video was only released because a reporter had filed a request and demanded it is release. do you think it's a cover-up? >> i certainly believe there was some sort of cover-up in this instance. it took them 396 days before filing charges when they had videotaped evidence of a man executing a child. i don't think it takes that long for felony review to review those charges and bring back a murder indictment against that
officer. i think there's a cover-up there, certainly. >> paul, it sure sounds like there could be. you're being looking looking at video when i haven't heard anybody, including people who usually come to the cops' defense, has not defended this guy. why would it take 13 months? >> it's very hard to understand why it would. if you look at the tape, it is clear that it's excessive force. here's what is going on with chicago at the time. the mayor is running for re-election and there's been a runoff election and the mayor didn't get elected. they had to do another election. he finally gets elected. the baltimore riots had occurred. ferguson was in the rearview mirror. i'm wondering how we make this right before we indict. it's wrong to do that. they should have moved more quickly. >> shy of trying to get him off?
>> yes of the as a matter of fact, i was looking at the stats. this is the first police officer charged with first-degree murder in chicago in 35 years. so this is a big deal. >> and let me ask you, alderman, about the video. there's this report that the manager of burger king that was next to where this happened that police came in after the shooting and the dash cam video has no audio on it. is that anything that you think is suspicious that would lead you to a cover-up or, no, given that the video is damning in and of itself? >> the fact that there was a tape in burger king that could have clarified some things and all of a sudden 86 minutes are missing. dash cam video supposed to have audio and video somehow comes up missing and in some tapes you
can hear the shots. so i'm confused as to how these things could have occurred in perfectly functioning equipment. these things should have occurred. there are more officers that need to be charged in this incident. >> and just following on the statements law enforcement authorities in chicago have said they were delayed because of the fbi's involvement. ane anita alvarez said that. why haven't we heard from the fbi and department of justice on this? >> you agree with alderman other than the other police officers should have been charged? >> if anybody tampered with the burger king tapes, that's a crime relating to a murder
investigation. very, very serious crime. why haven't we heard from the department of justice and the fbi if they were involved in the investigation? >> and alderman, what do you make of the fact that the police officer is out tonight, out on bail? >> i watched that on tv. that made me sick to my stomach. he executed a ia child on video. he should not be leaving jail, ever. >> all right. thank you both very much. >> thank you. "outfront" next, in court today, the man accused of killing three at a planned parenthood clinic, seeing him for the first time since obviously a pretty bizarre picture you're seeing here. we'll have more on what you are seeing. russia deploying missiles to syria that could shoot down a u.s. plane. our report ahead. [sfx: bell] [burke] it's easy to buy insurance and forget about it. but the more you learn about your coverage,
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after facing a judge, robert lewis dear is facing first-degree murder charges and that could mean life behind bars or death. d dan simon is "outfront." >> you have the right to remain silent. >> reporter: wearing a protective vest and handcuffs, 57-year-old robert dear appeared in a colorado springs courtroom today. >> do you have any questions about these rights, sir? >> no questions. >> reporter: he looked like he was struggling to stay awake. slowly shaking his head. the standoff led three people dead. 44-year-old police officer garrett swasey, ke'arre stewart, and jennifer markovsky, a mother of two.
people hid in offices while gunshots rang throughout the building. >> we had a bullet that came through our wall and went through the other and you could see the gunpowder and smell it. it was just fright continuienin point. >> reporter: a law enforcement source tells cnn dear mentioned something about, quote, baby parts and expressed anti-abortion views. the comments come just days after a series of videos produced by anti-abortion activists accused planned parenthood of engaging in fetal research. they say the videos were heavily edited and it's become a topic of debate on the campaign trail. >> there is no excuse, planned parenthood must be defunded. >> reporter: gop candidate carly fiorina has been one of the most outspoken critics of planned parenthood. >> this is so typical of the
left to immediately begin demonizing the messenger because they don't agree with the message. >> reporter: and mike huckabee, known for his social conservatism, said the attacks should not be linked to the anti-abortion movement. >> what he did is absolutely abombinable, especially those of us with the pro life movement. we would never condone anything like this. >> reporter: a law enforcement source says investigators are looking over the evidence, evidence that apparently includes a multitude of weapons, handguns and rifles that the suspect brought to the scene in a duffle bag. it's believed that he acted alone. his next court date will be a week from wednesday and at this point they are still trying to figure out why he targeted that planned parenthood. erin? >> dan, thank you very much. and next, u.s. officials confirming the russian warplane shot down by turkey did invade
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tonight the state department siding with turkey saying the russian fighter jet entered turkish air spice before it was shot down. earlier today president obama met with the russian president vladimir putin urging him to deescalate tensions with turkey but that's not happening, right? the united states is blaming this on russia not helping and russia moving missiles, surface to air missiles in syria. obviously, that is increasing tensions significantly. "outfront" now bob baer and the big question, if you're talking about surface to air missiles inside syria, the question is who is flying in the air? russia could be shutting down. >> well, exactly, erin. the only airplanes in the air, american, french and turkish basically. so, you know, the russians are
staking out claims in syria and will take control of the air there effectively and the question is what will they do if a turkish airplane strays to their position. anything can happen. let's don't forget russia invaded crimea. we still don't have the answers to that shooting down. >> what happens if something goes wrong here, horribly wrong and russia does shootdown a turkish plane, russia plane, french plane? >> they will call on nato, erin and say you guys -- we're at war with russia and you have to come in. the chances of this escalating into something that we can't control are getting better by the day, as we talked about last week, the russians aren't backing down. they have an embargo on turkish goods coming in, pipelines, where does it go from here? moving strongly into syria and iraq and filling the vacuum
there and the turks, i don't think they will back down, either. >> of usually we know the russians were in syria, iraq the place considers to be you have an american field for lack of a better word. the russians are going in there, too? >> yes, going in there and they are putting out feelers to the sunni tribes. i heard this today. they are starting to send more weapons into iraq. they intend to stake out their positions in the middle east, and putin is very serious about this stuff. how far he'll go, i don't know but i don't think washington knows, either. >> could it happen by mistake they should shootdown a u.s. plane? is there any way something like that could happen by mistake or no? >> i think the melee airliner shot down, that was mistake and they misidentified it. it's possible to do it with that radar. the russians have proven to be
trigger happy. i don't trust their military, and there is always a chance for an accident. i don't think they would do it intentionally but they might mistake an f-16, a turkish one for one of ours. this is the kind of thing we can talk about for a year. the longer the violence in the middle east continues, the closer we'll get into some sort of very large war. >> bob baer, thank you and we'll be right back. ♪ it's the final countdown! ♪ ♪ the final countdown! if you're the band europe, you love a final countdown. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do.
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