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“This is the man who attacked me last night during a live broadcast,” Kim said.
They said: "Sometime between Tuesday night and this morning, ABC News received a fax from someone claiming to be Bryce Williams."It is a lengthy document: 23 pages.ABC News has turned it over to authorities."In shocking live footage of the incident, Miss Parker can be seen speaking to a guest.The camera then begins to shake and shots are heard being fired.Her husband said she has lost a kidney and part of her colon, and faces three months of recovery.Tim Gardner added: "I would hate to have lost my partner of 40 years to a madman."Speaking shortly after the attack Virginia governor Terry Mc Auliffe said: "Law enforcement personnel have a photo of the suspect."We believe it's a disgruntled employee of the station, and they're in pursuit."Shortly after the horrific incident WDBJ's general manager appeared live on air to tell viewers: "It's my very, very sad duty to report...A WABC-TV reporter covering an attempted rape on the Lower East Side ended up fighting off a complete stranger in a hockey mask in a bizarre clash caught on camera, officials said Saturday. News anchors can’t stop laughing at comments about beaver story “Guy totally snuck up on me.
Ce Faan Kim was wrapping up a live report on Delancey St. when the assailant in a hockey mask put an arm around Kim’s neck at about 11 p.m. He wouldn't get off me so I shoved him off and then he pushed me to the ground.
that Alison and Adam died this morning."The station later tweeted: "We love you, Alison and Adam." Miss Parker's boyfriend, also a reporter at WDBJ7, expressed his heartbreak in a Facebook post and revealed that the pair had planned to get married.
The news station's Facebook page was inundated with messages sending their condolences to the late journalists."I want to say I do not know any of you personally but I am so devastated by what happened," wrote Robin Rodenbaugh.
The shoe's on the other foot.' He said, 'You don't know me well enough to judge me."'Kibodeaux says she turned to walk away and Flanagan tried to grab her by the shoulder, but she ducked under his hand."He said, 'Don't you walk away from me. Kibodeaux said she reported the encounter and a company official told her she was overreacting.
ET: The suspect in the fatal on-air shooting of reporter Alison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27, is former WDBJ-TV employee Vester Lee Flanagan, the Augusta County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to The Blaze on Wednesday.
"You all were really strong to keep it together on the air just now but I know you are shocked beyond belief.