tv The Late Show With Stephen Colbert CBS February 18, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EST
jack: yeah, and people are taking videos of the cops, so why can't they shoot back? because they have guns to shoot back. because it makes it seem like the public doesn't trust the police anymore; like we need surveillance cameras to police the police. a lot of people don't trust cops-- it's a fact. let them try living without us for a week. and if wearing a camera proves to be some kind of magic bullet in getting everyone to trust our cops, i'm all for it, but i haven't seen that. what i do see is an assumption that a cop will turn the camera off if he wants to hide what he's about to do. an assumption. think taylor turned his camera off to tune that guy up? oh, i don't know. i sure hope not. but the larger issue here really bothers me. we are laying down precedent that a cop's word, a man's word, isn't any good unless there is a real-time digital recording
not to leave this room. (quietly): yeah. it's a cautionary tale. it's important to make choices that help keep you safe. everyone drinks at college, mom. alcohol impairs yourudgment. it's not about blame. it's a fact. he was just some guy from her dorm. who she had only known for a few hours. that doesn't excuse what he did. not in a million years. but in the end... ...the only one who can keep you safe is you. garrett: you're not listening. i'm saying it's over.
in officer taylor's body camera. i am listening, but how does that make iover? the camera malfunctioned. taylor didn't turn it off. it went f. not good enough. why not? you tell that to the people in that neighborhood, all you're gonna get is a good laugh. sometimes the truth has to suffice. you use that word "suffice" and you'll get an even bigger laugh with a couple of beer bottles tossed at you. i don't know what i'm doing here. you're doing your job. part of which is to help me figure out how to show this department in the very best light. and we've only got part of the black box. what's the other part? what did happen when the camera went off. (indistinct arguing on tv) there. you see it? you lost me. keep your day job. how about you, sergeant? actually, we interviewed that woman.
she said she didn't record anything. she was on a speakerphone, having a conversation. or maybe not. you know, we chose that neighborhood for the pilot program because it had the highest rate of civilian complaints in the city. we're not very popular up there. so what do we do? offer her something. some kind of reward. get a subpoena, seize it as evidce and dump her phone. bribe her? force her? that's the best we can do? look, we're trying to clear our man, but we're also trying to gain the trust and respect of the people in that community. it's not a victory if we don't have both. (knocking) hey. hey. thanks for stopping by. sure. is there a problem? i still don't have anyone to go with me to the mayor's reception for the ag.
you sure you won't reconsider? who have you asked? a few people. name two. how's your case goin my investigator just delivered hannah's torn skirt from the night of the attack. the dean of students apologized for not turning it over right away. claims that it was misplaced. i'll bet. uh-huh. the skirt is torn, has blood on it. so much for darren's claim of consensual sex. what happened when it was presented at the school's disciplinary panel? it wasn't-- the panel ruled that it wasn't relevant. oh. your tuition dollars at work. yeah. i'm gonna nail this kid. i got to tell you, erin. the skirt is helpful. but after all this time, with no police report, no medical evidence... i am not letting darren get away with raping hannah. what he did to that girl is...
but step back for a second. pretend you don't know hannah or her mom. given only the facts of this case and the reality of getting convictions in sexual assault cases like this... would you take this to trial? no. i'm really sorry. i'm just sorry for hannah. she nt through hell and she won't get justice. i know. unless... unless what? there may be a way to hold someone responsible. i would need your okay. i'm listening. morning. hey. where's javier? he's, uh, in a fleabag motel in hell's kitchen.
i'd rather be on a bus than getting reamed by the boss. you think she'll suspend us? i don't know. either way, we did the right thing. we still violated a direct order. yeah. we did. and i apologize for dragging you into it. you didn't. we both promised javier witness protection. yeah, but i'm the one that held onto him after carver said to cut him loose. so, when we go into her office to get chewed out... stop it, danny. look, i'm a big girl. i got my own gold shield and everything. i wanted to protect javier because my word means as much to me as yours does to you, you got it? yeah. we work together. we catch hell together. well, let's prepare to catch some hell. andre: detectives? this guy doesn't stop. you know, you're like something we stepped in, andre. what part of no do you not understand? look, i get your reluctance to talk to the press. but this is an example of law enforcement getting it right. the public has a right to know what happened in this vega case. look, andre, we told you bere... you know what? maybe andre's right. say what? maybe the public does need to know
i mean, every single detail. wouldn't it be interesting if they found those out? andre, we'll be in touch. maybe you get your story after all. come on. where we going? not upstairs. we're gonna go back and stop javier before he gets on that bus and then we're gonna pay a visit to the marshal service. what about the lieutenant? what about her? we're going down in flames, we might as well finish what we started. ms. jones? frank reagan. i already told the police i didn't see anything. excuse me.
and it appears to show yo recording the arrest on your cell phone. like i said to them, i wasn't recording. i was talking on speakerphone. t, having a clear view, can you tell me what you saw? not from my perspective, it wasn't clear. nypd isn't very popular in this neighborhood. i'd say that's an understatement. i take it, you share that opinion. i've got four boys, commissioner. not one of them's ever been arrested. well, you should be very proud of that. in this neighborhood, you know i am. my oldest son, ray, just graduated from city college. been stopped by your officers over 20 times. my other boys, too. questioned, patted down. humiliated.
i'm sorry your sons had to go through that. it's tough enough to raise your children here, to teach them self-respect, without them being falsely accused every time they walk down the street. you know, you're the second mother i heard that from today. the other mother, she raised her son, oh, 20 blocks from here. walked him back and forth to school, kept him away from gangs, made him study. well, so? what am i supposed to say? good for her? well, her boy grew up to be a cop. the cop in this incident. reggie taylor. oh. she told me that... he shouldn't be accused of something he didn't do.
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look, javier goes back into witsec, or the story of how the feds put a key witness back on the street with a price on his head is on the front page tomorrow. now, the reporter's waiting for my call, so what's it gonna be? it's not gonna make you guys look real good. nope. (laughs) are you guys serious? we're the federal government. we get b press every day. yeah? how about you? has your name been on the front page of the papers before? do you really think there's gonna be some public outcry? because a convicted felon won't be moving in next door to some poor unsuspecting family? look, we made a deal with this guy. that's right, we did. and we're gonna honor it. you guys just don't get itdo you? (cell phone rings) nobody gives a damn about this guy-- but you. morgan. yes, sir. with all due respect, sir, i don't think...
i understand. so? so, this whole little newspaper thing's just a tap dance, right? what are you talking about? your chief of detectives called my boss. threatened to pull all pd detectives off the task force unless rojas gets in the program. right. so javier's in. congratulations. you just saved a total dirtbag. takes one to know one. you're late. uh, we were just getting rid of javier rojas. like you told us to. you were late on that, too. we screwed up, boss. and then some.
it was a very stand-up thing to do. i didn't do it for you. oh. if the deals my detectives make with informants aren't honored, this squad is out of business. absolutely that's because a squad runs on trust. both out on the street and in this house. now, i know you two thought you were doing the right thing, but you violated that trust in a big way. we didn't mean to disrespect you, lieutenant. but you did disrespect me. and the rest of this squad. are we suspended? i'm not a big fan of airing dirty laundry, so i decided to handle this in-house. meaning? the two of you will choose last on tours and vacation schedules for e next six months. during which time you will make sure
understood? yes. yeah. you're both damn good detectives, but if you disobey another direct order, you're both gone. geout. hey! what's the problem? we don't need no cops, okay? this is a private matter. you're being loud and boisterous what?! lower your volume down... i didn't do a damn thing. i didn't do a damn thing! lower your voice down. as you just saw, james prince attacked officer taylor without provocation. mr. prince has been placed under arrest and is awaiting a bedside arraignment for assaulting a police officer.
in the performance of his duty, and will not be disciplined. thank you. thank you, sergeant. as a special assistant to the commissioner, sergeant gormley is a welcome addition to the 14th floor. the footage you just saw was provided to us by a citizen from the neighborhood where the incident took place. it will be used as supporting evidence to the witness' testimony in the trial of mr. prince for his assault on officer taylor. questions? (clamoring) commissioner reagan... okay. sergeant gormley... ...is the nypd in favor of body-worn cameras for its officers?
i, um... uh, what was the question? is the nypd in favor of body-worn cameras for its officers? suffice to say that in this incident... it was a camera that started this whole brouhaha. and, uh, another camera that solved the can of worms of what happened when the first camera conked out. okay, great, now if we could move on to item number three on the agenda. sorry to interrupt. we're here to execute an arrest warrant. if you intend to arrest darren bentley,
yeah, i'd love to, but your reckless mishandling of hannah lancaster's rape complaint made that impossible. i'm sorry you feel that way. now, if you'll excuse us. there's no excuse for what happened here. and i may not be able to charge darren bentley, but i can do the next best thing. what's this? dean walters, we have a warrant for your arrest for hindering prosecution. please stand up. you've got to be kidding. you're arresting me? you withheld crucial evidence in violation of a subpoena. that was an oversight. this is outrageous. you'll never convict her for hindering prosecution or anything else. maybe not. but when this goes to trial and hits the newspapers,
(siren blaring) (crowd chatter) first on the scene? yup. what we got? victim's coming out of the synagogue here. me guy on a motorcycle rode on the sidewalk, shot him in the head and rode off. csu and mli just arrived. witnesses? one. the man sitting on the steps. he's the rabbi. son of a gun. (garbled radio transmission) cover him up, okay? sure thing. i think i recognize this guy. (siren blaring) rabbi? yes. detective reagan and baez. you mind if we ask you a few questions? sorry. you know... he was my good friend. herman kleiner? judge herman kleiner, you know? judge kleiner from the bronx, yeah. that's right. we had our weekly meeting. he's, uh, a memb of the executive committee. we'd come out for our, uh, walk. traditionally, we take a small cigar together after the meeting.
no. all happened so fast, and he was wearing a helmet with a... you know, a mask, a-a-a... a visor? baez: what makes you say it was a he? he spoke. what did he say? he-he was idling by the curb and he called out "herman irving kleiner." and, uh, we looked over, and he came at us. that's all he said? he just yelled out the judge's name, nothing else? his full name, almost the way that, uh, the parent addresses the unruly child. (phone ringing) excuse me. i'm sorry. this is my wife. that's all right. take it outside the tape, okay? what do you think? judge kleiner's got a longstandingeputation as the toughest hanging judge in all of the bronx. "long term herm" they call him. so you're thinking someone got out of prison looking for revenge?
they got it. let's get to work. what, if anything, did you find inside the canister? i recovered a .38 caliber revolver from inside the canister. can you tell us the ballistics report on that gun? they match the bullets found in the skull of the victim, thomas dunne. erin: and what did you do with that gun? i vouchered it with the prorty clerk. can you walk us through the vouchering process? uh, procedure is, i safeguard the weapon, bring it back to my command, obtain a voucher, and using a scribe, scratch my initials on the frame. detective, is this the gun that you found inside the sugar canister in mr. martin's apartment? no, i don't believe it is.
yes, ma'am. i don't see my initials. this is not the gun i vouchered. (gallery murmuring) (sighs) (knocking) sir? punch me out, baker. you, too. dcpi moore and special assistant gormley asked me to keep you. for? they're on their way up from the second floor. sorry to keep you. am i gonna be sorry you did? uh, sid? sergeant. about a half hour ago, one joshua greenwald, a prominent manhattan attorney, was shot by an assailant riding a motorcycle outside a restaurant on the lower east side. he was doa at the scene. witnesses? three of his colleagues from the office. and they also heard the assailant call out the victim by his full name? two nights, two hits, bo victims jewish.
baker, call shanghai luck and order us all some dinner. okay, watch your step. we're back here again sunday night from, from 6:00 to 9:00, so, uh, check back with me. thank you so much. de nada. you feel better. thank you. hello? we're open for ten more minutes if you want to... estamos abiertos durante diez minutos mas... (screams) keep your mouth shut and give me your money! give me the money now! oh, go you know what? give me your money now! i have $20! that's all i got! just take it, i swear, please, please... okay. (grunting) okay. the wedding ring! take off your wedding ring! give me the wedding ring now! no!
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i checked-- he never argued before judge kleiner. you're sure? i'm positive. judge kleiner, he had a very, uh, tough reputation. yeah, he was tough. but never on the first-time offenders. the frequent flyers? he didn't have patience for that. can you think of anyone the judge put away who might have...? i figured somebody would ask me that. these are the court files on the people that i remember thinking, when they get out, judge kleiner wouldn't want to bump into them. any of them ever threaten the judge directly? hell, yeah. yeah, they said it all. "i'll shoot you." "i'll beat your kids." "burn your house down with you in it." all of that. it's all in the files. all right. we'll take a look. (knocking) come in, olivia. personnel folder on detective hardy. thanks.
uh, friday. i remember that feeling. here you are under the gun, and you're asking me about my lsats? "under the gun"-- no pun intended? (laughs) and making jokes. good lawyer can do three things at once. can you let in detective mcbride, please? detective? (door closes) you got anything? just a voucher for the gun. stamped at 143 the day before the trial when hardy retrieved it from the property clerk. he's pictured with his i.d. well, that's what he told me. yeah. so, either someone got to hardy and he switched out the guns before he gave it to me, or someone from this office went into the safe after i locked it in there and switched out those guns. how many people have access?
i mean, you need to swipe to get in that room. you need to know the combination to the safe. it doesn't make sense. none of this makes any sense. i'll get a hold of the swipe records from the safe room. here's a subpoena for hardy's financial records. i want to run him through fincen, see if he's having any money trouble. you think...? i think i don't know who the hell did this, and everyone is in play. got it. alex? yeah? that missing gun? ballistics match the three bullets recovered from the victim's head. we have that gun, we have a case. no gun, no case. judge gave us until monday morning at 9:00 a.m. copy that, ms. reagan. (door opens) when you and donald stein part after meeting, who kisses whose ring? neither. it is a bear hug and a "my best to your family." i wonder what that much money feels like.
to the 14th floor in my private elevator. (elevator dings) don. frank. thanks for seeing me. you remember my dcpi... garrett, of course. good to see you. and, uh, thanks for making him available. my pleasure, mr. stein. please, mr. stein's my father. how many times have you had to say that? countless millions. (laughs) uh, where can we talk? in my office. i'm very concerned. as am i. i'm not hearing "hate crime" from this building. do you want to? i want it acknowledged that prominent jews are the targets of an assassin. one who is still at large in our city. from where i sit? please, go ahead. two men were murdered in cold blood by a perp who fits eyewitness descriptions
i have no physical evidence, no chatter on the wires, no anti-semitic groups claiming responsibility. so, you're painting it as coincidence? well, i could call it a hate crime in that the perp clearly had hatred for his victims. he did, after all, murder them. frank... but in this minute, i have no evidence that they were killed because of their faith or ethnicity. why do you think he states their full names before he acts? i don't know. and that fact wasn't released to the press. i didn't learn it from the press. don? i'm sure you have ways of gaining information that i have nodea you had. but you're going to have to be clear about what you're looking for from me
i think you should put special details at our synagogues. all of them. to what end? to send a signal that the nypd takes this threat seriously. i don't think using our resources to guard real estate sends an effective sigl. you don't? not at this time. and that signal is loud and clear if you know what to look for. namely, all the best detectives i have, all over this thing, all their days and nights. thanks for your time, frank. my best to your family
hey. hey. long time no see. you work late last night? yeah. i'm grabbing a beer. danny? yeah. want one? danny, i... i got mugged last night. and they... they took my silver chain. you know, my grandma's silver chain. yeah. oh, my god. why the hell didn't you call me? i don't know. i'm so sorry. you all right? uh, yeah, i'm just a little shook up, you know? who did it? some kid, he showed a knife. a knife. okay, well, did you report it? yeah. (sighs) okay. so, w-what happened? you were coming out of the hospital? what? i was at the jefferson houses. w-w-wha...? what the hell were you doing at the jefferson houses?
what were you doing at the jefferson houses? i-i take a shift there once a week with the mobile hospital unit. so, i was coming out of the trailer, and some punk pulls a knife. mm-hmm. do they provide security for you when you do is? no, come on. well, then that's the end of that. danny, i like doing it. well, i like smoking. but i quit 'cause it's bad for me. oh, so we're just... we're making jokes now, huh? is that right? i'm not making jokes. but you're the one making jokes if you think i'm gonna let you go back to the jefferson houses withousecurity. you're not going back. no, danny. you know, this is about me making a difference here. where do you get off chastising me for sticking my neck out, trying to help people? that's what you do every day. yeah, i help people every day. and i carry a gun when i do it. well, so what, you're just gonna forbid me? oh, come on, what are you talking about, "forbid you"? i let you work at the hospital, don't i? you "let me"?! i didn't mean it like that. okay? it came out wrong. all i'm saying is
that's not for you to say. come on. that's... don't. (cell phone rings) go ahead. (sighs) reagan. there's been another murder. sutton place. a dr. feinberg walking his dog alone. doorman heard a couple of pops and saw a guy on a motorcycle run a red light. who's on the scene? detectives from the 18th squad. they'll brief us when they're done up there. have a good night. fat chance of that. i'm going to bed. we don't go to bed angry in this house, linda. tonight we do. linda...
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where do you keep it? i usually keep it in my bag or on my desk. who could know that? just about anyone out there on the floor. people are in and out of here all day long. somebody have it in for you? i can't believe someone i work with despises me enough to blow up a case of a truly vicious killer just to get at me. am i really that naive? that's not exactly what i meant. you a sneaky bastard? that a trick question? no, i need to know. it's a tool on my belt. i want you to get a rumor out on the floor, one that's gonna go viral in a second, that we were able to get dna samples off the evidence bags, and we're gonna swab everyone first thing in the morning. then we'll find out who doesn't show up for work.
we've got until monday morning. too many people to do this retail. that is a good point. obviously, this did not come from me. (chuckles) baez: a judge, a lawyer, and a doctor. all male, all jewish. all appear to be upstanding citizens. and all gunned down by a lone gunman riding a motorcycle. what else do they have in common? what's with the phone? nothing. something. all right, i'm in a little bit of a fight with the wife. oh. e got robbed. portable hospital in front of the projects. is she okay? yeah, she's fine. and you...? i was a little overprotective. how bad?
okay, i think i got everything. let's have a look. okay, you did everything right. here's an info sheet that you should study well. got it. now all you got to do is get fingerprinted, and you'll get a notification in about three months. three months? yeah, we got to wait for the prints to come back. well, isn't there a way to expedite? not really. hey, uh... will this help? this is the commissioner's courtesy card. where did you get this? this is my extended family. last summer in quogue. what a great day that was. how about 3:00 this afternoon, mrs. reagan?
thank you. reagan, baez. you guys got a strange break. what are you talking about? i fielded an anonymous phone tip that a white supremacist group called, uh, volks vanguard is taking credit for the killing. location? cyberspace, so far. well, what's the break? the guy who says he's their supreme commander or something ca in 20 minutes ago, wants to speak with the investigating detectives. where is he? in the box. all right, thanks. detective reagan. my partner is detective baez. you wanted to talk to us? i do, yeah. okay, well, let's start with this. who the hell are you calvin benton, i'm head of the new york ausschuss of volks vanguard. what's that? the people's front. oh. people's front. someone's out there on the internet posing as being from my organization, claiming responsibility
well, that's funny. 'cause somebody just called us, giving us an anonymous tip of the same thing. you want to tell us about that? nothing to tell you. wasn't us. maybe someone from your group acted alone. couldn't happen. says you. yes. danny: well, isn't wanting to eliminate the entire jewish population part of your proud and illustrious legacy? that's last-century thinking. we just want strong borders. and think-- why would we take credit for something that would put us in prison with the same animals we want fenced off? baez: we're gonna get a search warrant for your phone and computers. no, you're not. who the hell's gonna stop us? it'd be a waste of time and taxpayer dollars. i'll give you unlimited access. i just want to clear my good name and the good name of my ausschuss. i'll have taru meet us. all right. let's take a ride. this is the one.
how will you be paying? we'll set you up with these to start. jamie: hey, skip. three boxes full metal jacket, nine millimeter. hey, jamie, be right with you. linda? hey, jamie. how are you? what's up? danny's got you picking up his office supplies now? yeah, kind of. all set, ma'am. thank you. uh, jamie, listen. don't say anything to danny, okay? u know, it's kind of a surprise. what's the surprise? let's just leave it at that. i'll see you on sunday? ank: i've increased patrols at synagogues, despite the fact that only one was a crime scene. i have formed the task force of detectives working with our major case squad. and we appreciate that.
you are taking out a full-page ad in the times, signed by all of you, explaining why youre hiring 500 private security personnel to be stationed around manhattan. with respect. to who? to you and the nypd. and how are you going to show that? in the wording. no, actions speak louder than words. and the action here sends a loud vote of no confidence in me and my department. i wish you wouldn't take it that way. we would also stress in the statement that we will ctinue to fully support the nypd police foundation with our pledged funding. well, that would read as, "we are going to continue to tip generously despite the bad service." not at all. pretty much, to anyone paying attention. woman: frank, you seem to want to make this us versus you. it's not. it's us versus a very real threat out there. three of our people are dead.
i consider them my people, too. i am responsible to every citizen in this city. now we're splitting hairs. not at all. you, the people around this table, you have a right to be alarmed and concerned. but this siege mentality, unsupported by facts... three dead is a fact. my world, it's sometimes a daily fact. twice, on a bad weekend. frank, please... well, look... i appreciate you all giving me a heads . i can't sway you from your course... but i the smartest person in this room in one way only: threat assessment. and if you're not going to listen to me, i won't waste any more of your time.
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she ever come in late? no, never. i mean... never. she's always early. she's a smart kid. i'm-i'm writing her a law school recommendation letter. i can't believe it's her. why did she do it? what does she gain? i don't know. let's go find out. olivia! it's erin reagan! open up! i'm so sorry. you're sorry? like that means something? they made me. who made you what? winslow and his crew. they made me switch out the gun. tell us what happened. myrother used to run with winslow martin. wh... they came to me when they found out i worked at the d.a.'s office. they told me to get the gun. i said no, i couldn't.
olivia, baby. you gotta do this. you gotta get that gun. (sniffling) they're gonna kill me, baby sister. you know they will. help, olivia. and they would, so i did it. i did it. why didn't you come to me? ms. reagan, i was afraid. what could i do? where's the gun? they came and got it. who? ronnie and tremaine, winslow's boys. and your brother? they are holding him until winslow walks. okay, well, that's not going to happen. 'cause you're going to come down and tell e judge everything you just told me. come on. do you have your cuffs? yeah, i got my... then put 'em on and take me down. what are you doing? you really think that i'm going to senmy brother to his grave? olivia, please... i have a right to a lawyer.
cuff her. step out, please. you have the right to remain silent... i know the law! mcbride: anythingou say can and will be used against you... where'd danny and linda go? linda read about some pies at a farmers market that's only open on sunday, so... i ran into her the other day at randy's. i was picking up some rounds to gout to the range. linda was buying a gun. for danny? i don't think so. she took out a permit. what, you knew? well, after the fact. she used her commissioner courtesy card to expedite the paperwork, and the c.o. of the license division gave me a heads up. does danny know? frank: don't know. she asked me not to tell him. then don't.