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of the lambs was filmed. do you want to buy it. >> all those things. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪+t hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. my state of the union message to the president. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. very long speech last night by mr. obama. very political not much substance. few statements caught my attention. the president charges that he has misused american power basically retreating from evil. >> the united states of america is the most powerful nation on earth. period.applause ] period..8jc it's not even close. >> sure, but what good is having strength if you're
unwilling to use it wisely? look everybody knows that isis is causing a massive amount of trouble in the world. everybody knows that. millions of refugees, the collapse of iraq, human rights violations daily and on and on. but mr. obama not neutralized the jihad isis. in fact, it's become stronger since he has been in office. no question abo now, the solution to compel nato to fight isis directly and at the same time set up safe zones for the suffering people of syria. that's the solution. many muslim nations would assist if nato were mobilized. so why haven't you done that mr. president? sadly, the president used a part of his speech last night to politic. >> that's why we need to reject any politics, any politics that targets people because of race or religion. [ applause ] >> the world respects us not just for our arsenal.
it respects us for our diversity. and our openness and the way we@< respect every faith. >> fine, swell no problem but many in the world don't respect us. again, the fact is that most of the terror violence in the world comes out of the muslim precincts. so instead of taking a shot at trump why not address that in a meaningful way mr. president? finally, prosperity. it simply has not happened on president obama's watch. more than half of all working americans now make less than $30,000 a year about half. that's because corporate america is not bullish on mr. obama's high tax and spend agenda. companies are not expanding the way they must in order to create well-paying jobs. instead they are penny pinching and workers have little leverage. all that is apparently lost on the president whol
instead, puts economics into the political arena. >> the future we want' all of us want, opportunity and security for our families, a rising standard of living. auto sustainable peaceful planet for our kids, all of that is within our reach. but it will only happen if we work together. >> not quite. an aggressive push to stimulate the private marketplace by making it easier for companies to make money is the way& o create opportunity and security for american workers in order to help the kids. summing up, another windy political speech by the president that did not even come close to addressing the latest gallup poll finding that 76% of americans are dissatisfied with the way things are going. and that's the memo. now for the top story
tonight. reaction, joining us from washington senator john mccain that could have been you up there last night if you had defeated barack obama in 2008. after watching the president in office for seven years what was the worst part of his final state of the union speech? the worst part? >> the worst part was probably his almost pathological denial that there is real threats in the world. there is more crises that at any time since world war ii. millions of refugees, more at any time since world war ii and we are continuing to experience attacks throughout the world including the united states of america and there will be more. in other words a total disregard for tñi facts as they are. >> what was the high point of the speech? >> i think the way the president is able to use rhetoric in and a good speech writer as he did at the end that he regrets that
there was -- that he hasn't had more success in bringing us together and sort of a -- that note of that his belief in the future of america i think something we all share. but we may need a different president to achieve it, obviously. >> all right. now, one of the things, perhaps the most controversial thing in the speech was the shot at trump for saying that muslims shouldn't be admitted to the u.s.a. until we figure how dangerous the refugee problem is and that was the context of the remarks and then nikki haley the governor of south carolina came up after the president's speech, kind of reiterated the same thing. i -- when i speak to donald trump, i tell him i don't think that's good policy because i think we need muslim nations to in defeating isis. and by blanketing them as you can't come here, whatever reason, that doesn't help. however, the president simply refuses to
acknpfhdjjtu$at the danger of terrorism comes from the muslim precincts. that's where it comes from. he won't acknowledge it. doesn't that override the trump stuff? >> well, he won't even still won't admit that this is)h muslim extremist muslim terrorism. he won't even admit that look as usual in a very very intelligent way trump has touched a chord amongst americans. yes, we should pause on immigration until we are sure that no terrorist is going to be allowed into this country. we know that one of the terrorists in san bernardino was the fiance program. but just to say no muslim can come into this country king abdul of jordan, i just met with yesterday. i mean, you know. come on. but he does have a point. he does have a point. >> and he wants to win. trump wants tobd@5 win. he wants to get there all
right. and while we are on muslim terrorism, let's go into iran. so they pick up our 10 sailorsh÷ because of an unintentional violation of international waters, apparently the boat broke down and they drifted in a mile and there they are with their hands on their head, and trump again hit it right. he said iran is taunting the united states. they are taunting us even though they released the sailors. >> they're not only taunting but this is a great propaganda coo for iranians. in other words, they are headed irgc navy said the u.s. cannot stand up towbu;ñ iran. they were in sight of our missiles he said. if this would have happened it would led to their annihilation. then the unbelievably biden said this was just standard nautical practice. kerry said all indications show the sailors were taken care of. ernest that idiot said the
proper -- iran gave our sailors the proper courtesy that you would expect. and kerry to top it all off, expressed his gratitude. bill intern&i já law i on your program tomorrow night a person who will tell you about international law. this is a gross violation of national law. if a ship comes into your waters, first thing you do is contact them on the radio. then you send the coast guard out and say hey you have got a problem here and do you know you are in our international waters around turn them away. help you out by turning you away. you don't have them with american sailors with their hands. >> hands on hands collapsed behind their heads and, of course, they said there was no apolo the iranians just put up on the internet one of our sailors apologizing. this is one a propaganda coo. if this is international law that any boat that strays into another nation's international waters, then would will incarcerate them for the night?
this is and put guns to their heads? this is an outrage. this is the desperation not to offend the iranians because the iranian deal has to be kept intact is now made the american -- united states of america be theul subject of salute humiliate. >> day after day after day. that's what iran gets away with and there is no question about it. senator, always a pleasure to talk with you. thanks for helping out tonight. austan goolsbee and ben carson then on the state. later miller on real estate, the playboy mansion up for sale. so is the silence of the lambs house. get your checkbook out. be right back. [ coughing ] that's why you need alka seltzer plus day night liquid gels. it's tough cold symptom fighters provide powerful relief. relief that helps you sleep at night and gets you back out there during the day.
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buying president obama's look after seven years the looking up. stock market imploding. disaster today. it spoox the market. >> bill, you are just picking. >> i'm piblegging the big ones doc. give me credit, i'm getting the big ones. i'm getting employment. >> you are getting some of the big ones. >> stock market. >> in the last six years we add 14 million jobs. >> fine. what kind of jobs are they when 15% of the workers. >> some of them are good and some of them are not. >> most of them are not well-paying jobs. move ahead. you think the economy is swell. i don't think it's swell. >> i didn't say swell. 76% of americans say to me according to the gallup poll they are dissatisfied with the way the country is going and most of that is economic. now, how about. >> i don't disagree with that. >> how about president obama's overseas vision. you just heard senator mccain say we are being taunted by iran. they are doing everything
they can to humiliate us and there is the president going, you know, nothing too bad over there we have got it under control. doesn't that disturb you a little? >> you and i have disagreed in the past on this and we probably still disagree somewhat on some of these. i would say on iran, you know let's at least figure out what -- this isn't like a party boat that drifted in to the iranian waters. this is a military boat from the u.s. >> 10 guys on it and the motor is dead. i mean, it's not exactly an invasion force. it could have been nice about it. tried to fix the motor and send them on their way. >> let's get some more facts before we decide. >> oh, come on. >> the iranian&v are probably thinking like wait a minute, who are these 10 guys? are they 10 navy seals? >> comep you know, what you do, doc,. >> the broader point. >> go to the broader point go ahead. >> i don't know the facts yet. the broader point i think is the president highlighted
we spend more on defense than the jeñ eight countries combined. we have crippled al qaeda. now isis is operating but we're trying to contain them. >> trying to contain them. isn't that great? 35,000 thugs we're trying to contain them. >> i don't know exactly what the words were. >> come on. we went through this nato can wipe them out in the week. he won't do the nato thing. that's the solution. >> he doesn't want to get into another war in themiddle east and i don't eien you will have to take what comes doc. >> what you are saying is sounds a lot like. >> listen to me. >> i will. >> your students are in your class and you are telling them i don't want to get in another war and most of them are going right on, dr. goolsbee okay? okay. but then you have to take what comes from that. millions of refugees, millions. you have to take a failed state inyou have to take beheadings. you have to take starvation in syria. if you don't want to get in a war that's what's gonna
happen. last word? >> okay. but i agree with that, but getting in wars, creates that too. these failed cities come from we take a country over and then what are we going to do? >> we don't have to take anything over. mobilize nato. knock these people out. teach the world a lesson we are not going to tolerate it and get the hell out. doc, always a good debate with you. >> thanks for having me on. >> another carson is going to be here. apparently he is going to let loose tomorrow during the republican debate. then monica crowley says she has inside stuff on the fbi's investigation of hillary clinton. those reports after these messages.
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personal story segment tonight, new "the washington post" abc poll says ben carson has the highest favorability rating amohk6@ñ self-identified republicans. 62% like him. dr. carson joins us now from west palm beach florida. so i know your numbers have not been great in the polls but that's a really good number. i mean republicans like you the best of all the candidates. but i think that your inexperience may be holding you back. we will get to that in a#k1 moment. last night what was the worst thing you heard at the state of the union? >> there were a lot of worse things, but one of them was that, you know, we are divided and that the president doesn't think that he has a whole lot to do with that. the other thing is that our economy is improving. he talked about the unemployment rate but, of course, doesn't talk about force participation rate. doesn't talk about the indecks of economic freedom. we were always in the top
three nations. last year we descend to do number 12 and moving down. that measures the ability a to start a business and expand that business. you know, we're going in the wrong direction. too. but, you kno be for the folks to decide in the next election. so what was the best thing you heard from president obama? >> well with, you know, he is a good word smith. and he makes it sound like things are going to be extremely good for the next generation who is coming along. and we've done all the requisite things to make sure that they can enjoy the american dream. i actually believe that we can preserve the american dream, but it's going to require a significant departure from the types of policies that he has advocated. >> okay. so i hear a rumor tomorrow you are going to like let loose and it's going to be carson unchained. at the republican debate in south carolina. is that true? >> i'm still going to be a nice person, but i will
probably bei" a bit more assertive in terms of -- you know there have been a lot of times subjects come up and i have something to say but don't be able to get in to say it i will be much more assertive in terms of asserting myself and make sure i do get heard. >> are you going to be louder or still calm? in order to get in to get these people's attention you have to be like me. i don't wish that on you doctor at all. you have to kind of pound the table a little bit. >> i'm actually bringing my bill o'reilly mask.jp z i will put it on whenever i need to get in there. >> i am the master of interruption as you know. all right. i can interrupt anyone. but sometimes as you said, in order to[5 get your point across and not let propaganda rule, you have to interrupt. >> unfortunately that is the case. i have learned that and i think you will see that too it a significant degree. also the moderators that we
have tomorrow are people who i think will at least make an attempt to keep things.:4=+ñ bartiromo andn cavuto will give you. >> there are only seven of us. >> i think it's going to be the most raucous debate tomorrow night because there is going to be a lot of people. in are you going to go after your competition if they say something that you believe is wrong and say hey trump you don't know what you are talking about? are you going to do that? >> if somebody says something that is clearly wrong, and something that attacks me, believe me they will get an appropriate response. >> okay. >> no question about it. >> i don't want to give your competition any leg up, but what are you going to concentrate on in your first initial foray. >> there is not going to be an opening statement. >> i'm sorry, you are right.
but they are going to come to you with a general question, which you, of course, can turny way you want to turn it. and that's the way the game is played. how are you going to present it? >> well, i want to turn it to the american dream. >> okay. >> you know, this generation right now is the the first generation expect to do do worse than their parents. and it's going down hill from there. we need to preserve that. i'm going to find a way to get that in there. >> okay. so your overall theme is that things keep going the way they are going, you can kiss it goodbye for the next generation so we better have some urgency here. >> exactly. also, i want to talk about foreign policy. you know, i can talk quite in-depth about foreign policy. and i want us to abandon the narrative that the president has said. he says, you know, that islamic state is not an existential threat to us. i think that is exactly wrong. he is thinking in terms of traditional warfare. this is a new era that we live in. >> sure. >> there is a different type
of warfare. unless we prepare for it and unless we think proactively we are going to be victims. >> and we already are. our whole lifestyles have changed in the united states from)#]fq travel to security, to scaring the children. so we -- it's already happened. >> heyl doc, good luck. we appreciate you coming on as always. miller on some real estate opportunities for you. playboy mansion up for sale. and, the billion-dollar lotto contest. who, also martha maccallum on yet another nutty professor. g6d we hope you stay tuned to those reports.qtwwñ jú by activating what's within me.
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contained satellite data that dealt with the north korean nuclear program. what the fbi is now investigating, and this part of the investigation that catherine herridge reported this week about the expansion into the co-mingling of the clinton foundation work as well as her work with the state department that part of the investigation has been ongoing for a while. we're just hearing about that now. that has specifically to do with this particular north korean document. what they are looking into is the reason why mrs. clinton had this particular document and whether or not the clintons, both of them, were engaged in free-lancing diplomacy in order to benefit both the clinton foundation and the clintons personally. >> well, did the clinton foundation get any@money from north korean interests? >> we do not know that yet. >> that's what they're looking at. >> this is part of the investigation. >> okay. so you don't know whether there is a smoking gun. you just know they are looking for it. >> this is where the investigation is headed, yes. >> now your theory, if people haven't seen miss monica on the program before talking about this, is that
barack obama does not want hillary clinton to be the enemy knee of the democratic party; is that correct. >> that is correct. i do think if mrs. clinton were dominating both the republicannó and democratic fields they would leave her alone. the reality is she is very vulnerable. she is losing ground across all voter categories including women her strong hold. because there is blood in the water this makes it much easier to dispose of her which i think is what the president wants anyway. >> you think barack obama doesn't want her to be president. >> correct. >> for personal reasons. doesn't like her and things like that. >> there is a history of bad blood. this president needs a successor to two things fundamental transformation of the nation. he knees somebody who is not going to investigate the last eight years. what you have got going is this very bloody but unspoken negotiation between the president and hillary on what they have on each other. can this president rely on mrs. clinton to keep his deepest secrets about benghazi about the irs. a whole list of things.
>> hillary clinton and the democrats to make him look bad. >> if she doesn't have a card to play, she is toast. >> you also believe that if hillary clinton is indicted by the fbi and that's a huge if, okay, that it is not going to be joe biden that the democrats turn to. it's going to be -- >> -- well, it could be be joe biden but there is another name in the mix that's very unexpected and it came to me last week very good source. california governor jerry brown. >> oh, so it came to you someone told you. >> yes. that this name is now in the mix. nowda it sounds outlandish and crazy. governor moon beam has been around a long time. >> 70 years old. >> handful of top democrats who have not yet endorsed mrs. clinton. the president, vice president, nancy pelosi, harry reid, elizabeth warren who will likely be the vice presidential choice and governor jerry brown. i don't think that's a coincidence. >> brown would be a global warming play as welling if they turn to him. getting awful late to do
that though. >> that's true but the democrats can do whatever they want. neither party has a nominee until their convention. >> that's true. >> the democrats can rewrite all the rules and nominate whoever they want. i also think it's interesting that the vice president over the last week has been telling "the today show" yesterday. >> he regrets. >> regrets it never say never. >> if she is indicted they have to come up with somebody)else. >> correct. >> she is not going to be able to run. >> i'm out on a limb. i could be wrong. something tells mio bama is not done with her yet. >> monica crowley everybody. when we come right back, it will be miller time. the billion-dollar lotto. if you win it you can buy the playboy mansion and/or the silence of the lambs' house. both are are up for sale. d-man is next.
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on the o-miller factor and i would be working on my new book "killing time." that's what's going to happen if i win. >> you are out of there. many of leisure? >> i would get a big fist full of $100 bills and i would walk around with it all day. if i met a moron i would say hey, can i slap you and peel a few off? that's how i would spend the money. you have got to wonder if you want to win with the lottery nowadays with taxes as they are in this country. there is three options now. take it in installments. take it in one lump sum. you can actually choose not to take it because the tax system is so weird. >> bernie sanders is elected you would lose money. >> take a loan out to pay taxes on that loan. >> right. tax 2 billion on your 1.5 billion. so you win: you lose says bernie. >> and if you die not only do they seize your house and
your car under bernie sanders, but everyone on the block's house gets seized, too. so it's really running a good platform. >> bold new days,uu@w billy. bold new days it is. >> because you are a southern california guy. have you ever been to the playboyyou ever been there. >> no. i hear it's up for sale, right? >> um-huh. >> let me tell you this, if anybody is out there thinking of buying it, you would have to bring in old faithful to steam clean that thing, all right? there are microbes the size of piranha in that which jacuzzi. there are bacteria in there that cast a shadow like jimmy are arness at the beginning of gun smoke. hef has to still live there if you buy the place. the broker, here is how i would play thaty&l+÷ broker, what do you mean hef has to#[ stay here? you just say just tell people he is brick a barack.
he sits there in the corner. >> you give him the guest room over the garage. that's where he goes. that's true. the thing suspect for sale for like 90 million. if you buy it, and it's a big property, he has to stay and live there. >>)÷ yeah. >> he probably has 50 girlfriends, doesn't he? do they have to stay, too? >> they still don't add up to his age. you can have that place haunted by ghosts and they would be younger than hef actually is still alive right now. >> all right. there is another home up for sale. and it's where the movie silence of the lambs was shot. roll the tape. >> freeze. put your hands over your head. turn around. spread your legs. spread your legs. put your hands in the back. thumbs up. freeze! >> okay. so are you interested in this house? >> well with, i can see me sitting out on that gazebo
having sandwiches, play the silence of the lamb thing. this is the sort of house where you pray that they only find radon in the basement. you can summer there and then you go out to beats motel to winter out in cali. you know if you throw in an extra $2,000 here, they will put hef in this house too. >> to come to live with you. this house is 30 miles south of pittsburgh, your hometown. it was initially listed for 300,000. nobody wants to buy it. now it's down toss 249,9. it's got only one bathroom but four bedrooms and one will be occupied by hef if you make that. >> it's beautiful billy. it looks like one o those rooms in saddam hussein's place. >> i know. cannibalism vibe in that place. might be driving the price down. i'm not sure. >> that's sort of as they say ekes into the profit
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>> should have invited the family of the woman that was killed out in california by the illegal immigrant. >> yeah, kate steinle yep. >> ms. steinle should have invited her family to start with. and cymballized tell the american people in this symbolized his devotion and to deal with people who are here illegally particularly violent criminals and he is not dedicate to do that at all. >> here now fox news anchor martha maccallum. how did congressman marino get involved in all of this. >> he has been involved in this issue for a while. he is one of the people who has been a big supporter of kate's law. he felt very stronglymc that they should have invited kate steinle's family, but the obama administration has never even reached out to kate steinle's family as you know better than anyone. >> right. >> that was never going to be on the table in terms of
guests last night. they invited guests who serve their agenda. guests victims of gun violence. >> kate steinle might have been a victim of gun violence since she was shot in the head. >> the problem is that the person who perpetrated the crime against her and killed her is illegal alien. >> being harbored by a sanctuary city. the reason we are doing this with ms. martha tonight is to point out the rank hypocrisy of inviting gun victims' families, which is good by the way. i have no problem with that but the most high profile woman killed by a gun in 2015 was kateó and it should never have happened. and the democratic party will not get behind kate's law. and congressman marino should be applauded for what he did in making that comparison and it's just -- everybody should it's just everybody should know the state of the union.
everybody should know it no matter what party you're in. now to topic two, noermgrth nutty professor. he is from university of california-merced. and he is teaching his student this. [ inaudible ] >> so who is this guy and what is he teaching? >> it is an intro to psych course. >> intro to psychology? dr. ross avalon. >> he said things that were inaccurate. he talked about white caucasian conserveative men.
he did not talk about san bernardino or ft. hood after this event. he is trying to convince them that 9/11 is an isolated incident. what the world is telling you that there is a world islamic problem and that this is not where he wants his students to be focused. >> does this guy have a radical past? is he just a crazy guy? >> no. he has been a teacher there for some time. there is no evidence of a radical past. what he represents larger issue of what we see in college across the country. scholars and students were taught during movements, what they learned, so that they understood them. there is nobody teaching about the tennants of islamic radicalism in this country in order to train people to think about what the world faces right now. >> at merced university of california-merced, there was a stabbing by a muslim student. >> weeks after he made this statement, a man, a student
there, four stabbed students on campus and was gunned down by police in that incident. >> are you sure it was fazel mohamed? >> yes. >> they later found an isis flag and fan festmanifesto on how to behead -- >> so in 15 seconds, did this teacher get in trouble for the crazy stuff? >> no. he corrected something he said which was patented false when he talked about a shoot-up which happened at a courthouse. he said i'm sorry, that never happened i was just trying to draw attention to the larger problem. >> i'm going to take that question. and the tip of the day, my appearance on the cbs morning program. it was lively. details, moments away. how do robots work? it takes all kinds of jobs. and the best place to find the job that's right for you ♪ ♪
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but first, the mail. ken johnson, mr. owe riley, some time i ago i heard you call president obama a patriot. still feel that way? unlike many americans, i do not subscribe to the theory that president wants it hurt the country. however, i do not think he solved important problems and i think his progressive vision has made things worse on many fronts. but he has helped me personally raise millions of dollars for high-tech wheel chairs that severely wounded vets desperately need. also i like his brothers keepers program, among many others. and he has treated the factor with respect. so with bl alone and respect for the office i would call him a patriot. brian colton of niagara falls new york whenever the state of the union speech is delivered without any boos it is proof that politicians are plitly
correct phonies. that has nothing to do with what is being said, that's decorum. you can't have boos in the state of the union. how does any journalist turn down an interview with el chapo. you don't get final say on a print article, period doesn't get it. if that happens, it isn't journalism. real enough for you? juan carlos valencia california your assessment of penn lacks one footnote he's a penn-head. el could rad why, arkansas, economically economically oppressed people in central america is to do what members of my church are doing, good down there and build infrastructure. the pope thinks europe has a human. yan responsibility to care for refugees. how many of them has the vatican taken in? not fair sarah. the vatican overseas charities
that is more good for the planet than any group i know of. here the catholic chair sit building homes for the poor. those things happen all over the world. now i don't have to stay up until the wee hours to watch the factor, that's right, joe. all pms get the daily pod cast. you can watch any time you want. mr. owe riley, it is evident that your background in history came through in a boufleautifully written and accurate account of ronald reagan's life. i respect that you presented the many sides of this amazing man's life. thank you. now, from danville california 100 years ago he was born. way it go, doctor. finally tonight, tactor tip of the day. this morning the cbs folks had me in. it was very lively and they were skeptical about one donald trump.
>> trump, accurately gauges the move of the country, to reflect that mood in the republican precincts and may very well win the nomination. he is doing that to win. is he that bombastic? >> do you believe that he believes what he says. >> in general. but i believe he makes rhetorical mistakes. >> what did you mean? >> he says we will ban all muslims. that's not going to help us fight isis. but he didn't think it out. mexico he was clearly talking about the corrupt mexican government when he is talking about mexicans being drug dealers and this and that but he didn't articulate it well enough. >> does he do that on purpose? >> no. he is not a plolitician. when you're a billionaire, rose you say what you want. >> no you cannot.
>> you don't have to think it out. >> yes, you do. >> no, he is a 36%. >> okay. that was a pretty interesting interview. we're happy that they had us in. here is the factor tip of the day. when you are challenged, enjoy it. and state your case vividly. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website. different from billoreilly.com. we would also like you to spout off from the factor anywhere in the world. word of the day, no chimera. now tomorrow the big debate preview right before the big debate on the fox business channel. don't want to miss that. a lot of interesting stuff. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i am bill o'reilly and please always remember the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. . breaking tonight, ten
american sailors are getting debriefed and getting medical exams after spending the better part of 24 hours in iranian custody. at this hour there are serious questions about how this happened in the first place. as iran attemptes it humiliate the united states by releasing a series of propaganda videos of our soldiers. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone i'm megyn kelly. the news of the sailors' release came early this morning. while the obama administration was quick to thank the islamic republican for giving our sailors back to us iran in turn decided to release its series of troubling images from the sailors time in captivity. look at this. first still