Doyin Oladipupo, a 15-year-old in San Diego, California, tells Anderson Cooper about the tense moments hiding in her mother's closet while burglars were in her home. She had to communicate with the 911 dispatcher by tapping the phone so she wouldn't be found. Her mother, Adebisi Jinadu, says thinking about what could have happened is extremely frightening, and she's thankful her daughter was able to stay calm during a scary situation.
Nancy Grace is still missing her prized handcuff necklace. And she’s naming Anderson as a suspect. But he’s not the only one in her criminal crosshairs. So is Mark Geragos, and they’re all on The RidicuList.
The desperate search for Nancy Grace's prized handcuff necklace is still on. The one she was wearing recently during an appearance on AC360° to discuss the Jodi Arias trial. Anderson openly admired the statement piece along with the rest of the panel, Mark Geragos and Jeffrey Toobin. Now, it's gone without a trace. Suspicious, right?
Nancy is not ruling out anyone at CNN as a potential culprit. Sure, Anderson has three jobs, but does he have an alibi for the time the jewelry went MIA? Jeff claims on Twitter he didn't take it, but in the same tweet he plants the seed for a future memory loss defense (nice try). And then there's Mark. He and Nancy have had their differences, traded barbs, and talked over each other on air, but the necklace isn't really his style. Or is it?
Rick Abath used to work the night shift at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. He would arrive around 11:30 p.m. and spend the night patrolling the halls of one of the finest museums in the state.
On the night shift, only two young watchmen were responsible for guarding the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of art housed in the museum, including Rembrandt’s only seascape painting, and a painting by the Dutch artist Vermeer, only one of about 36 in existence.
The job was pretty uneventful. Even boring.
But on St. Patrick’s Day weekend in 1990, Abath’s usual routine was dramatically shattered. Two men dressed as Boston Police officers rang the doorbell. Going against protocol, Abath let them into the museum. Within minutes he and his partner were subdued and the two thieves had free reign over the museum.
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