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Today on News 7 at 5, a motorcycle stunt may be responsible for an accident that sent two people to a Roanoke hospital.
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Plus a judges decides if a man is guilty of murdering his former landlord
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A man faces 25 years in prison after he admits he vandalized a Roanoke Church.
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President Bush wants to make sure Saddam Hussein will stand trial.
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Plus a baseball bully gets booed for his foul behavior. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Witness tell police a motorcyclist may have been performing stunts before a fiery crash on Orange Avenue today.
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The accident happened around 10:30 this morning.
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The motorcycle was heading east on Orange Avenue. Witnesses told police the driver was speeding and "possibly doing a wheelie."
The motorcycle struck the side of a pickup that was making a left turn, and the bike burst into flames.
The driver of the motorcycle was thrown from the wreck, and both drivers were taken to the hospital.
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Police say charges are pending against the driver of the motorcycle. It doesn't appear that either man suffered life threatening injuries.

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The man accused of killing his landlord today pled no contest in court.
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A judge then found 24 year old Muhammed Majeed guilty of first degree murder.
Majeed is charged with killing 42 year old Christopher Hanes in Hanes' Roanoke County home last July.
The defendant had previously rented a home from Hanes and went there to get his 575-dollar security deposit.
Majeed will be sentenced by a judge next month.
He faces life in prison.
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One of the two workers who fell into a deep well at Radford's sewage pump station has died. Police say an electrical worker fell about 60 feet around 9:30 last night. The victim's name has not been released pending the notification of his family.
The second worker was taken to the hospital. No information has been released on his condition. The well, which is normally used for holding liquid, was empty at the time.
OSHA officials are on the scene today and have taken over the investigation.

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A Roanoke man admitted in court today that he was one of the vandals who tore up Mount Moriah Baptist Church.
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23- year old Zachary Bryant pled guilty to breaking and entering and defacing private property. When he was questioned by police shortly after it happened,
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Bryant first denied it, then said he hadn't realized the church had an active congregation. Shortly after that- -and again in court, today- -Bryant admitted everything.
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Bryant could get up to 25 years in prison, when he's sentenced at the end of September. Co-defendant, Christopher Martin, is set for trial in the meantime.
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The U-S will turn over the government to Iraq, but it wants to make sure Saddam Hussein will stand trial.
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President Bush says there can not be a risk that somehow Saddam would end up avoiding trial.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: ONE THING WE DONT' WANT AND I KNOW THE INTERIM IRAQI GOVERNMENT DOESNT' WANT IS FOR THERE TO BE LAX SECURITY AND FOR SOMEHOW SADDAM HUSSEIN NOT TO STAND TRIAL FOR THE HORRENDOUS MURDERS AND TORTURE HE INFLIECTED UPON THE IRAQI PEOPLE.))
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai who is in Washington with President Bush ... also says the search will continue for Osama Bin laden and Mullah Omar.
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((HAMID KARZAI/AFGHAN PRESIDENT: THEY ARE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINALS, THEY ARE WANTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, THEY ARE WANTED BY A WORLD CONSCIENE AND THEY HAVE TO BE ARRESTED AND TRIED.))
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The set date for a handover of power in Iraq is June 30th.

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The latest now on the prisoner abuse in Iraq.
The General who's being held partially responsible- says she's being made a scapegoat- Instead, she puts much of the blame on her successor who, she claims, says prisoners should be treated like dogs.
Teri Okita has more.
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(( BRIGADIER GENERAL JANICE KARPINSKI FEELS SHE S BECOME AN EASY TARGET IN THE BLAME GAME OVER IRAQI PRISONER ABUSE. KARPINSKI WAS COMMANDER OF THE MILITARY POLICE BRIGADE THAT RAN THE INFAMOUS ABU GHARIB DETENTION FACILITY. BUT, SHE CLAIMS, IT WAS HER SUPERIOR MAJOR GENERAL GEOFFREY MILLER WHO ENCOURAGED AN ATMOSPHERE OF INTIMIDATION AND HUMILIATION AS FAR BACK AS LAST FALL. GRAPHIC/Brig. Gen. Janice Karpinski He said, They are like dogs, and if you allow them to believe, at any point, that they are more than a dog, then you ve lost control of them.
A MILITARY SPOKESMAN CATEGORICALLY DENIES THE ACCUSATION AND SAYS MILLER WHO WAS IN CHARGE OF PRISONERS AT GUANTANAMO BAY IN CUBA AND NOW OVERSEES ABU GHARIB NEVER MADE THAT COMMENT.
AFTER THE ABUSE SCANDAL BROKE IN LATE APRIL, KARPINSKI WAS SUSPENDED. SHE STILL CLAIMS THE INTERROGATIONS WERE NOT UNDER HER COMMAND BUT WERE RUN BY A MILITARY INTELLIGENCE UNIT.
Karpinski: GRAPHIC To have somebody, late in the game, question my leadership abilities and others follow suit, I believe I was a convenient scapegoat.
EVERY WEEK, MORE AND MORE PRISONERS ARE RELEASED FROM ABU GHRAIB. AND MANY SAY CONDITIONS THERE HAVE IMPROVED SINCE THE ABUSE SCANDAL BROKE. BUT THE U-S IS PROMISING JUSTICE. SEVERAL U-S SOLDIERS AWAIT COURTS-MARTIAL FOR THEIR PART IN THE ABUSE. Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt/Coalition Joint Task Force: Don t mistake immunity from Iraqi prosecution to suggest that these soldiers are immune from justice. It does not.
Teri Okita/Reporting: Abuse allegations go beyond Iraq to include Afghanistan. Afghan President Hamid Karzai is addressing the matter ... and interrogation tactics ... in his meetings with President Bush at the White House. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))


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Coming up next, he worked for a company for 37 years. Now he and others are losing thier retirement benefits. The story when we come back.
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Plus we'll tell you why Glen Campbell wishes he had been arrested years earlier.
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Hundreds of R-B-X retirees will soon lose their retirement benefits.
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In federal court Monday, a judge upheld R-B-X Corporation's motion to terminate all retiree benefits -- including health insurance and prescription cards. By doing that, the bankrupt company can use the money to pay off it debts.
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But, retiree John Key feels the company owes him for his 37-years of service.
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((IT'S A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT'S GONE BE HURTING, 52 AND IT'S ABOUT THE NASTIEST THING THAT YOU EVER FELT IN YOUR LIFE 5556 WHEN YOU WORK ALL OF YOUR LIFE AND YOU GET TO WHERE YOU CAN'T WORK AND THEN YOU HAVE IT TAKEN AWAY FROM YOU BY SOME HYPOCRITES.))
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Key retired from Rubatex in 1988 -- one of three R-B-X companies that announced earlier this year they were shutting down due to financial struggles. Under bankruptcy law, secured creditors are paid before UNSECURED creditors, such as retirees.
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Officers were suspicious of Scott Peterson from the very night his wife was reported missing.
But the family's home wasn't tested immediately with a substance that could have detected blood.
Manuel Gallegus tells us why.
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((((WEEK THREE IN THE SCOTT PETERSON MURDER TRIAL...AND THE PROSECUTION IS STILL FOCUSED ON THE EARLY DAYS OF LACI'S DISAPPEARANCE.
IN COURT...THE POLICE OFFICERS WHO WERE AT THE PETERSON HOME IN THE HOURS AFTER LACI DISAPPEARED...
OFFICER JOHN EVERS TESTIFIED THAT SCOTT PETERSON WAS QUICK TO OFFER A RECEIPT FROM THE BERKELEY MARINA SHOWING THAT HE HADN'T BEEN HOME. BUT THAT PETERSON WAS SHIFTY EYED AND BLANK-FACED WHEN ASKED ABOUT WHAT HE WAS FISHING FOR.
A SECOND OFFICER TESTIFIED THAT PETERSON'S ALIBI SEEMED ODD...BUT THAT A CRUMPLED RUG, DIRTY TOWELS, AND A WET MOP IN THE OTHERWISE TIDY HOUSE DIDN'T SEEM SUSPICIOUS.
BOTH OFFICERS AGREED THOUGH THAT PETERSON BECAME AGITATED AFTER THEY
QUESTIONED HIM... SAYING THE F---WORD AND THROWING HIS FLASHLIGHT DOWN

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THAT REVELATION ANGERED DEFENSE ATTORNEY MARK GARAGOS... WHO SAID IT WAS THE FIRST HE HAD HEARD OF IT... IT PROMPTED HIM TO DEMAND A MISTRIAL... WHICH DREW SNICKERS FROM THE AUDIENCE.. THE JUDGE SAID NO.
PROSECUTORS SPECULATE PETERSON KILLED LACI AT HOME AND THE CLEANED-UP.
BUT INVESTIGATORS NEVER TESTED THE HOME THAT NIGHT WITH LUMINOL...A CHEMICAL THAT CAN DETECT BLOOD AND BODY FLUIDS.
A CRIME SCENE TECHNICIAN APPARENTLY DIDN'T HAVE WHAT WAS NEEDED TO DO THOSE TESTS.
AND THAT IS A DEFENSE THEME... THAT AUTHORITIES CONDUCTED A SLOPPY INVESTIGATION

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Singer Glen Campbell will spend ten days in jail for a hit and run accident that ocurred while he was driving drunk.
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Campbell will be allowed out of jail for 12 hours a day for work furlough.
He was also fined 900 dollars and placed on two years probation.
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Campbell pled guilty last month to leaving the scene of a minor collision near his Phoenix home.

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Blacksburg taxpayers may not have to PAY a thing for the town's next economic development project.
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V-DOT is in the process of giving Blacksburg about 34 acres of land that used to be an old route 460 exit ramp. The Blacksburg Partnership wants to turn the green space into a park with three new soccer fields and two new softball fields. The group wants to lease about six acres of the land to a hotel or restaurant to pay for the two million dollar project.
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((DOUG JAUANARENN: I THINK THIS IS AN EXAMPLE WHERE PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS CAN COME IN AND PLAY A TREMENDOUS ROLE AND IN THIS CASE WE'RE DEVELOPING A PIECE OF PROPERTY THAT WOULD BE VERY HARD TO DEVELOP BY THE CITIZENS THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT. UNLESS THERE WAS A LOT OF EXCESS MONEY IN TAX COFFERS WHICH THERE ISN'T.))
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V-DOT will turn the land over to the town this fall. The council still needs to approve the project. If approved, the park could be open by the spring of 2006.
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Coming next on the newscast,
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[VO] an adult acting like a child receives some unwanted attention for his foul behavior.
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A foul ball and some foul behavior has led to some good things for a little boy who was robbed of a souvenir at a baseball game.
Elizabeth Sanchez has more.
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((Four year old Nicholas OBrien may never forget his first Texas Rangers baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals. He was shoved into the spotlight by a husky fan chasing after a foul ball at Ameriquest field. The man leaped over a row of seats, nearly trampling little Nicholas while diving to get the ball.

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I was just shocked that this man had jumped over all of us, just for a ball.
Nat: Announcer: You got the ball buddy, nice going you took it away from a little kid. Hold it up you should be real proud of yourself.
Track: Mom, dad and the fans all cried foul, but the boys parents decided to let it go.

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I didnt want Nicholass first game to be an impression of me getting taken out by security.
Track: As the boos from fans grew louder.the teams sent bats and balls up to the 4 year old. Cardinals outfielder Reggie Sanders even came into the stands to give the boy a bat.
Stand up: Both teams also wanted to give the man who got the ball some souveneirs, but he left the ball park before the rangers and cardinals could give him t-shirts with the words tough guy and ball stealer written on them.
Nat: ( Radio talking about it)
Track: The whole thing is the all the talk on the sports airwaves, but Nicholas parents say the man can keep the ball.. their son is fine and even though hes the fan who got shoved. He now has some fans of his own. Elizabeth Sanchez, CBS news, Dallas.))
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Coming up today in Sports, the Detroit Pistons could wrap up the N-B-A Championship.
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Then a little bit later , we'll see a runner challege some competitors who have a lot more horse power.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome ot your Tuesday ticker which starts with the NBA finals. The Detroit Pistons look to wrap up their first N-B-A title since 1990 when they host the Los Angeles Lakers tonight. The Pistons have a 3-to-1 lead. A failure to get the ball to Shaq has been a concern for L.A.
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To the diamond. The Salem Avalanche is back at Salem memorial Stadium tonight after a four game road swing. The Avs battle the Myrtle Beach Pelicans at 7 PM.
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The Avalanche is 5 and 3 against Myrtle Beach this season. Salem is perfect against the Pelicans at Salem Memorial having won all four meetings against them.
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Wimbledon will miss one of its biggest stars this year.
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Former champ Andre Agassi has pulled out of this year's event with a hip injury. Agassi has struggled this year with a singles record of 14-and-7 without reaching a final. Agassi says the injury has been bothering him for the past couple of months. He's lost his opening match in his last three events. The third Grand Slam tennis event of the year begins next week.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, the Avalanche talks about being the spoiler for Myrtle Beach, but stay where you are, Jean will be back with more news 7 at five.

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On Wall Street today, investor worries about more aggressive interest rate hikes were eased, when the Consumer Price Index showed no sign of worrisome inflation.
Alexis Christoforous tells us what that meant to the stock markets.
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It is man versus horse in Wales, but this time MAN WON.
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First 500 runners set off on a course.
Then 15 minutes later, nearly 50 horses and riders began their pursuit.
This is an annual annual event that's gone on for 25 years- and the first time in a British cross country race that man beat the horses.
The race is a cross country course with 22 miles over the hills of mid Wales.
Huw Lobb covered the distance in 2 hours and five minutes.
His motivation- the 45 thousand dollar prize.
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