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It remains one of the most shocking crimes in history.
No children no footprints no blood -- they were 26 children with their school bus -- -- kidnapped in buried alive.
How did they survive and we are starting to -- -- It's the -- -- but it's been around for ages beat the Olympic champion who not only -- the star of a hundred game.
But his -- hit the bullseye again in -- Just like saying you Randy.
Studies -- and Mercedes are all over the streets of Tehran and who is buying -- will surprise you.
I'm counting have a -- I'm Amy Kellogg.
I'm Arthel Neville and we're all clear on this episode of fox files and.
This summer of 1976.
With a festive night in America.
The country through a huge party to celebrate its 200 birthday in the fourth of July.
This inner peace was operation -- a nautical spectacular in New York Harbor.
It was happy days on TV ad in theaters Paris will be -- had moviegoers shaking in their seats.
But a real life horror story was about to unfold in -- children.
A small quiet farming community in central California's agricultural bill.
At fifty miles south east of San Francisco.
We had pigs.
And I'm Mara handshaking and everything down the street and then then neighbors to Athens Jennifer Brown we rarely knew the whole entire -- it was a smaller than his -- and tags.
Few shops -- -- -- or -- it's not a very big town.
Thursday July 15 1976.
With only one day left of summer school a group of children -- child to lose -- land school piled onto a school bus to head home.
Following an afternoon -- swimming.
The group included ten year old Jodi -- intent.
Six year old Larry part.
And his eight year old sister Andrea -- nine year old Jennifer brown and her ten year old brother Jeff Jennifer would you guys doing the -- -- -- Like quick carefree we topped and we -- the window -- -- the warm air slowly and we were a bid to get the less than a radio.
Behind the wheel was a local farmer and part time bus driver 55 year old -- break.
Entry was nose under the bus driver they could happen.
I green and Linda Corey hill and their two sisters were also -- every school bus that hot dry July afternoon.
When temperatures can reach 110 degrees.
I am going.
What's -- half blend.
Julie -- -- our young cast she was in concurrent fight on the sixth time.
This is the actual school bus to children were riding into summer -- more than 35 years ago.
-- Huffington showed her son Matthew where she sat on that fateful day -- -- sitting -- here.
Under a scorching sun to school bus rolled past socialist -- orchards and wheat fields.
The bus would periodically stop to drop off a child in front of his or her home.
Parents could set their watches by the schedule every kept the last can't start off the vast Alice kids were -- and.
We are seeing.
My mama tells me you better shop program that was -- we're seeing what happens.
It was a little after 4 PM when raid turned the guns onto avenue twenty -- Wear a white van with its door ajar.
It was parked near the center of the room.
They look like so -- had broken and and senator Edward wind seems -- lesser round that may end and that that point the kidnappers jumped out of the passenger side with the -- Can -- to that driver's side and told.
Edwards opens doors.
In the end there can never got onto the bus and took over and I do you remember seeing one of the kidnappers -- any those -- yeah.
Involving again I was scared and -- played.
Ever asked -- who are you what's going on here in.
I just -- and shut up didn't moves to back from us.
One of the masked men got behind the wheel as the other held a sawed off shotgun on his terrified hostages.
A third man followed in the white van.
That 26 children between the ages of five and fourteen and their driver.
Check terrifying as their school bus was commandeered so at what point did you get really.
-- really afraid after they had driven -- -- wrote a little bit.
They pulled the mud down into it indeed -- bed.
Fox files located the actual march which is also called us -- and the -- was driven in June about a mile from where he had been ceased there was not.
-- -- Right or an excellent habitat and talk and -- and fresh everything crime and our Thomas just shot off earnings were really get hurt shut up.
We are waiting what's gonna happen -- And they -- One hand and feel that something would happen then.
And anything having been developed yet and I did not want to get into the back.
That -- here buzz.
Hidden from view and rating and that 26 children were sold into too hot and windowless -- And driven from the scene the mass kidnapping that would shock the world and the child -- on the -- yeah I just begun.
When Jackson Jennifer Brown's mother -- came home from her job and insurance company at around 430 afternoon they're house was empty.
And her two children were nowhere to be found.
There shares were not a fan of the TV eat -- peanut butter wasn't out.
I called the school after our sons weren't home nobody knew where the bus was -- just sort -- disappeared.
-- received a job notification from the watch commander at the school must disappear it Bates was in the deer county sheriff's.
And when -- delete investigators on the case and in Orange.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- To our -- what -- -- happening as word of the buses disappearance quickly spread pretty tight knit community.
This citizens of child -- went into a panic.
This was an era before cellphone text messages and -- Everyone who heard the news was puzzled how -- a school bus with 26 kids on it just -- Of course we learned all -- law enforcement initiatives.
My gosh I can tell law enforcement -- -- really -- the -- -- the original right.
-- aid finally found the bus from the air somebody's taken an airplane happened -- a bus was hit him in the bushes and down in this.
And no children.
No footprints nothing you know blood and no sign -- anything bad.
Something had happened with the kids in the neighborhood were gone we got a phone calls come into the courthouse when we get all the parents were called the FBI -- here we had this big meeting and they talk to us that they didn't know anything this.
It's quite unusual.
And the fact that there was no I've known her apparent motive.
As the news spread around the country and in the world -- -- -- soon found itself.
At the center of the media frenzy and where were immediately.
Called by every mistake every government in.
In the world and ask him what happened and they were talking about -- yet -- -- people acknowledged things.
As the police FBI and local news frantically search for the missing school kids in their driver.
This terrified hostages were driven for -- by their captors seemed to sweltering windowless fans along with a recipes they had no food.
No water no lights.
And you know back.
-- couldn't have practice.
Hot hot penny -- considering -- in the hands and into the bathroom.
Here are saying they have to urinate on you smell it is horrible.
But in one of the two band's bus driver Ed -- remained -- fatherly figure throughout the ordeal.
My how lucky can -- -- -- -- around.
I know he's held some of the children -- he's responsible for all his children he doesn't know what's going on -- can't.
And he just trying to keep -- comfortable.
For eleven grueling hours they had been driven around in the hunt -- -- fans in an effort and disoriented in advance finally pulled to a stop at 3 AM on Friday morning.
We don't know where we're at war but had no idea where they work was a rock -- in Livermore California it was only about 2 hours north central Chile.
-- -- -- -- -- -- And we just didn't know what was gonna happen and we just kept waiting.
And they took I'm now at a time they asked her name -- -- piece of clothing food and we're told you climbed down a ladder into the ground.
This is the actual list of names and ages one of the -- kidnappers scribbled on a Jack in the Box bag.
As they pulled the kids from the -- One by wind and rain and the children before decline down a ladder into a hole in the ground and did not want I don't know coach.
You're looking at what was waiting for them at the bottom of the letter.
Dark dusty stifling hot movie -- there had been buried in the curry.
And -- around the trailer and crudely designed ventilation system connected to two huge batteries brought an air from about.
And it was a hell hole then -- now -- it's only after being driven around in May and her eleven or twelve hours with new restrooms.
To actually walk down -- -- -- -- semi trailer that they had crude toilet.
-- out in the will well listen Colette yeah also that was the first time that we got seed that was the first time we had any water.
And -- the -- -- see my brother because we had been separated into separate the hands.
And -- to -- when I did not know what had happened you know more than their children.
There was clear about her answer.
Crack turns boxes of cereal -- may have been some Brad this is a diagram -- files obtained from the Alameda county sheriff's office that illustrates the lay out.
Of the subterranean trailer and the only source of light was a flashlight to kidnappers had given to get rain.
He was using that -- and then -- greatly blessed that we all needed to try to get some sleep.
Yeah so move the -- -- -- turn off.
We all laid down in the minorities -- So what kind of monsters with -- -- -- six schoolchildren and their bus driver and bury them alive and why they do it.
-- three year old Fred.
Legs and two Brothers 24 year old James show went down -- and 22 year old Richard Schoenfeld we're after one -- easy money.
The kidnappers were from affluent families from the San Francisco Bay Area.
But they are still dreams of making movies and investing in real estate and led them to come out with an incredibly bizarre kidnapping plan.
-- -- him five million in cash.
This is the actual budget they put together.
He had a lot of preparation.
It's just so happened that hundred -- his father only rock quarry among other things it wasn't unusual for them to go there you.
Using equipment to dig into the gravel and together and -- -- them.
And you'll work it was necessary that you -- -- but wind chill -- They -- child killer because they want an area that was remote and we're there was very little likelihood of them getting apprehended by -- random patrol car.
24 hours into their ordeal of the kids and Ed gray decided that remaining passive.
There's no longer an option.
There was a beam that was holding this healing up and wanted to employees started getting hyper.
And started kicking and so she can.
Skin can can yeah.
It ended up sliding.
And the press started collapsing and that's the point that we knew we have to do something.
The older kids.
And many -- -- came up with the plan before you die we're gonna die trying to say at what we had to act wherever tight with the kids and -- -- -- trying to escape they -- mattresses that so they can get high enough so that every need that they have left us and they tried to move.
What ever was blocking the holes that they had -- at the end.
And then later we found out that they had put -- steel plate on top of the hole and had that since semi batteries on top and that it.
And then they had built a wooden box and covered it was saying and camouflage us.
With the food and gone and convinced they had been left for dead -- -- and some of the older -- worked for more power to free themselves.
Their makeshift yeah.
Despite the steel plate being almost happening statement and it -- industrial batteries on top of big weighing more than 100 pounds each and nothing was going to stop them from freeing himself from -- shortly was to become an.
Screamed in the first thing -- had to be done it was a sheet metal had to be pushed off site they keep.
Blaine entered fall -- -- now more important her faults and the count would pile up I wouldn't.
-- the dirt out from underneath your feet so they weren't tripping on the filed felony.
I would call the flash I don't know the last night and I knew it can't stand on my -- -- for awhile.
They was down never shoulder for a while.
As made -- in this still play this guy.
And they live in the batteries and I mean which -- disconnecting her animation system.
And we -- starting to lose oxygen we've returned to get weaker and weaker and yeah.
And they finally picked their way free and without the box Salinas in this day and came the end.
Then there was just sat outpouring of lights -- from heaven above it was like.
Christmas morning -- now.
The older -- -- in and bringing managed to get all of the kids out of the sweltering trailer.
I drink it oriented country and -- The group wander through the dark inquiry.
-- -- I'm walking out and open and I remember thinking he can eat eat we have the need to hide.
And we're all walking around almost like -- I never gone quiet.
They stumbled upon a quarry employee could quickly -- the only word of their sudden reappearance.
Spread like wild player.
-- and I haven't found.
They are in good shape it's.
And rain and the school children returned home to tell -- in the early morning hours since Saturday July 17 1976.
And they caught us off the bus I never seen so many people in my entire life.
-- up boy decidedly bearish guard Damien.
We don't lose our lives Blair's famous did this we dug ourselves out.
-- The public was outraged when they heard the story of what had happened your rage and the children during the thirty hours they were missing but one question -- if it was a kidnapping and why wasn't a ransom demand mainly the reason was simple when the media police and the FB LA -- how -- gives phone -- couldn't handle the increased volume of calls.
The kids than what we've tried to called America demand a return ever been through.
Unable to make their five million dollar ransom demand strength winds in the show and tell Brothers yeah.
-- gotten a surprise of their lives when he turned on the TV news on Friday night and he certainly didn't expect kids and the bus driver -- -- with -- plan having gone horribly -- it wasn't long before the whole moving Danny's body and buried on his father's property led authorities to Fred woods.
That was found out that -- words have been arrested on the previous occasion.
And -- that led to the hill should accomplish.
I wanted bulletin was soon issued for all three.
A man manhunt was launched a great show and -- -- -- first and Fred -- was captured in Canada Jim Schoenfeld was arrested in California.
All three were in custody within two weeks with their bail set at one million dollars each July in 1977.
Although the three pled guilty to 27 counts of kidnapping -- and judge Leo deacon or -- to stand trial to decide if they had inflicted bodily injury on their victims waiving their right to a jury kidnappers elect to be tried by the -- For woods and the show and tells the stakes were huge if -- deacon ruled they had inflicting bodily injury it meant life with no parole.
If he decided they had not her role was a possibility.
That ball after a seven week trial judge deacon ruled they had inflicted bodily harm and sentenced them to life without parole.
But an appeals court reversed the decision in 1980.
Making all three.
Eligible for parole I don't like that because mental harm.
Is just as bad sometimes even worse than physical harm little children 5678.
Years old we know that some of these kids are messed up.
I was the end he -- authority for five years for violent behavior.
I have used meth amphetamines.
PCP -- to have -- I haven't had nightmares in years.
There was more tragedy for Jennifer and Joan brown five years after the kidnapping.
Jeff Brown was killed at age fifteen in an industrial accident.
I was very etc.
god for taking him for me and I did not come over here with how he could have gotten this out of that hell hole.
And then turn around sixty years later and -- didn't.
-- from me.
-- Lyles contacted all three kidnappers and received letters back from two of them but James chilling -- and Fred woods James show and tell stated in his letter quote I am and always will be sorry for my actions.
All three of them should be very very sorry and they can pay cut everything that realize that they didn't -- us that we spotted at that.
He wrote this letter fourteen days after my thirteen year anniversary.
He and Clinton that I have found forgiveness for the now myself.
Spin breeze battery and crashed.
By my hatred the kidnappers.
I just collapsed into decent across one -- -- fast -- to take that hatred for me and I am ready.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- To -- their friend and and over the years that I spent hitting -- really could do that I can do that.
This is from Chris woods.
And he's the devil himself right there he's -- devil himself if I don't have the words to say how sorry I am to everyone who was and continue to be.
Affected by my crime there is nothing.
I wouldn't do to take back that day but I guess time can only be turned back in the movies are on TV.
Thank you master -- for you -- The change anything.
Lawyer Gary -- cost represented Fred lips basically from overarching standard.
And his -- his parole release create an unreasonable risk of danger to society.
It is clear beyond any reasonable disputes that Fred woods is no danger to anybody it's been 36 years Scott hand -- woman is Richards show and tells lawyer.
I think there's every reason we have a parole system.
That is because we believe in rehabilitation.
Obama as a society we believe that people who can change.
-- had some surprising allies in their fight for release one is retired appellate judge William Newsom.
Who took part in the decision in 1980 that made them eligible for parole or another is David many here who successfully prosecuted three.
Although he declined to request to be interviewed by fox files from -- -- did provide copies of letters he wrote to the Parole Board urging the release of Richard Chile felt.
It's hard for me -- concrete he and Hal after all these years public servants.
Could turn and be trainee the victims.
That they who were supposed to be protecting.
Although Richards show and -- was released from prison in June of 2012.
-- -- and James Killen tell remained behind bars -- -- yeah.
-- not believe how hard.
My heart is pounding right now with -- discussing with parole I do feel they need to serve their term it has affected us each one of us.
Individually in different ways but.
We're -- to find and it's never can go away.
-- real heroes in this case are the bus driver and older boys.
And the children and the manner in which he kept them under control and how they managed to escape -- obviously here we are.
Bus driver -- -- died at age 91 in May of 2012.
As a tribute the bus from that infamous date was brought to raise funeral.
I didn't like -- pic of himself as a hero.
But you know.
Very pure definition.
Of -- hero.
-- -- -- -- I -- and and yeah.
I'm glad this.
He means film.
Safe in there.
Do you wireless.
Comfort when we needed comfort he was strained when we needed strength.
I believe and praying and Davis.
What we need.
Coming up and seen Olympic archer gets old -- -- And next find out who in Iran is driving -- expensive golf.
Exotic cars lavish apartment and -- shopping complex and fox filed cameras captured -- images inside the Islamic republic of -- wrong.
Ayatollah Khomeini revolution was meant to rescue the oppressed.
-- distribute the wealth and make high eighty rather than purchasing power.
This status symbol.
But as most of Iran now struggles under sanctions a small group of super rich and onions are living lives -- -- it is state assembly you know fox -- sat down with about buck and money and was chairman of the London based British are running in business association.
Let out of -- because the million dollar.
I'm happy to pay the input you can.
Send -- somebody driving ever -- in Tehran perhaps not paid to let him go.
Here -- as a country.
Traders on business people.
For the last 3000 years is -- on the silk road.
First centuries the silk road supplied -- royal dynasty dubbed the peacock throne.
With riches the last shot Reza Pahlavi and his beautiful wife Barack didn't hesitate to show off their well.
In 1979 Iranian revolution and drove the monarchy out of the country promising a more equitable society.
But a new classes -- running into the stands benefiting from -- sort of cronyism.
Despite -- -- from sanctions in 2010.
Iran's sold seventy billion dollars worth of oil that much of the profits.
Going to be in the.
People who commit to it and actually -- -- Unrivaled.
In the last 54 years the Islamic Republic's existence.
Doctor Mary Dodd and body is in a Ronnie an economist based in London.
We don't know seeing how students and below us cronies into regional farms to 25.
-- million donors people who have.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Horses come would be -- so -- -- opened a dealership in Tehran and in 2011 sold more cars than in any.
Country people who have no problem driving -- that is.
Sims who RD delete your money and buying up multimillion dollar apartment -- driving around in fancy cars.
That's tough international sanctions in place how do they managed to accumulate such fantastic wealth.
What started extensively.
Shah in 1978 has -- from mafia like organization and people's business and all elements of the Iranian society.
Mark Wallace is a former US ambassador to the United Nations for management and reform.
He's currently CEO of united against nuclear Iran is when -- seen since the revolution.
The mullahs and the religious -- infiltrated.
There's a select police Clara.
So he -- your political connections.
One of the founding fathers of the Islamic republic and former presidents Ayatollah Rafsanjani.
Is thought to be one of the richest man in Iran.
Rafsanjani has been a dominant political and religious right and religious -- who won't talk to recruit from proposals savings.
You have been if you -- Significantly.
Many of the super rich have been linked to Iran's unusual and complex network of charitable foundation.
Known as going -- Fox News has reported extensively on the ongoing case of Iran's New York based charity.
The lobby foundation -- the quickest ways to make huge amounts of money needs to become an important person you lose when you.
Born after the Iranian revolution these so called charity foundations confiscated assets from the fleeing royal family.
-- existing businesses and and ordinary Iran eons in many cases powerful clerics use them as their own personal slush funds -- sort of important who's sending did we got Pentax is important tunes and then you have Iran's ala -- 30300 kind -- news.
They are just hugely.
No billionaires yes but there are lots of people -- morning -- This system is kept in place by the iron fist of Iran's Islamic revolutionary guard corps.
The IR TC so called protectors of the Islamic regime.
-- DC and be -- -- police have.
For many years purchased and -- the finest the western goods and unfortunately over the years because.
Believes that have the ability to purchases goods.
Life is becoming harder for -- businesses.
No president and -- -- denies -- much of the world community accuses Iran pursuing nuclear weapons.
The US and European Union have -- dozens of sanctions targeting Iran's international trade and banking.
Pressure by UA and I and others caused awards to close it Iran show -- Currently car company Fiat is under pressure to stop doing business with the Islamic republic.
In May Fiat announced it was suspending sales there.
Has it become much more difficult for these rich Iranians to get their hands on cars war.
Whatever else and this is more difficult.
But if you want it.
They would find their way -- in the first.
Most often through the United Arab Emirates just across the gulf from Iran.
The emirates because of a very historic trading routes has been a key trading partner both legally and illegally from many him.
There still is an illicit trade in Iran and loopholes.
In 2011 when German chancellor Angela medical's retired jet -- sold.
It ended up in the hands of the Iran -- by a Ukrainian middlemen.
It is probably the -- time now to make money in your -- Corruption has become condemn him.
All of this as many average Iranians squeak by and the equivalent 40000 dollars a year.
Yet pay more for me and some other staples.
And Americans do there have been reports that -- is suffering from rampant inflation just recently the cost of milk and bread and -- skyrocketed.
The resentment that's built -- pink or are these people living in such a bubble that they don't come into contact.
Average for lower -- -- -- bubble was burst through resentment.
So I think you're seeing a great people.
And industrious hardworking people who are fed up cronyism and corruption.
Of a theocratic dictatorship.
-- -- -- -- -- They've got what.
What it takes he.
Hey you never know who's gonna win a sixth grader could win this entire thing and walk away with 101000 dollar scholarship or to be a twelfth grade he's never know.
Like Grimes is the president of the national archery schools for him.
Our first tournament with forty kids back in 2002 and now this -- today have we'll have over 7800 students -- By the time the competition -- He's meant to tell me.
Yeah once essential to.
Today -- can't ever dean he's firing the character of the smash hit the Hunger Games.
He's breathing new life into the world's oldest story.
Presidential candidates should the -- all night long and I -- I think it's a unique a very very fast forward and why not visit.
Every body can -- Donovan.
But can you sit -- -- But still think.
I have yet slots while sat down with the US Olympic champion archer -- -- She trained actress Jennifer Lawrence to shoot like a proud.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Absolutely should never saved by narrowing or alive I'm like OK what's the very first thing you start with two restarted stance alignment -- sewage you -- you -- properly when you're holding the ball.
It was so very very excited to see.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I think -- know -- really well.
It's been long challenging journey for -- -- to become a champion.
Growing up in a war torn country she dreamed of someday winning Olympic gold.
And today she's had more success that she could ever have imagined in this country.
Is she now calls home America.
I appreciate English.
This country so much because I've been through so much in my life born in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia.
-- competed in the Olympic Games four times representing three different countries.
-- as the USSR disintegrated.
She competed for their unified team and won the bronze.
The Olympics in Atlanta Georgia and Sydney Australia followed.
-- she represented the newly independent Republic of Georgia and for the US invasion -- in 2008.
At the London Olympics she competed for the fifth time.
And although she failed to medal she did come in fourth place in the individual event.
-- unit is the second ranked -- yeah she makes hitting a target 230 feet away look easy.
Even know that's more than half a football field away.
What does it -- it takes a lot of practice -- -- don't -- strong mentally and physical strength.
We do shifts are practicing for 8 o'clock warning until 6 o'clock -- and -- we shoot it look like 400 girls out 500.
-- So take.
Through a tactical training session for you when you were learning it I was so attorney and so we kinda have -- -- about 34 hours off to school practice.
And then I was going to -- trending -- it was 9 o'clock to 4 PM ten.
Practitioner tuned for 500 -- it's gonna -- today.
Soviet Union collapsed -- war challenges that almost ended his career.
And no electricity so I had to practice and I -- -- down.
Like -- one can elect to target's.
Face and one to buy me in my basement.
And -- -- and going well at all it was Marc Cherry anymore it was just your team.
Intense yes of the nine day tour it's -- there was was I figured out -- -- doctrine is over and and make media company.
And but I can do anything it was a whole lot of politics it was rewarding excellence.
Political issues there was nobody really care about the sports.
Some I'm very fortunate to qualify for Olympics were nine to six in my life change and then here.
That's why -- the states in the US and that new life new home and your country.
She became a US citizen in 2007.
So she could represent the United States in the Beijing Olympics.
How did it feel being in the US flag bearer for the -- -- -- back in 2000.
Experience I got medal but I got.
Told you -- because I waited so long actually compete for the US and I can probably have a -- enough.
And it is -- that glory.
That clothing their minds.
I'm very very lucky.
-- -- plan to go more than just luck or it's not well liked Chris tells me and I flowers and Chris.
If I think his goal and if I can come pick up there and still being the apocalypse and it -- -- incompletion.
And keep chasing my goal.
Went and went from him.
That's what am -- going to do.
Next -- 8000 kids compete in the national archery competition itself.
Eight miles south of San Diego and Chula Vista, California is looking to -- trains.
It's also one of only three Olympic training centers in the US.
We give me a lesson so -- her the question.
There it could continue to quickly turned me into archery addict -- and I realized and saw -- Okay and then one.
Because you angle.
And quick -- Canada not to face again.
-- -- that arrow down low blow and the release.
What can shut gold puff puff puff up -- your dad get -- up.
-- fixing this press kits -- -- I think that you know.
We spoke to members of the road runner archery club nonprofit devoted to turning beginners into potential olympians asked why is it's that time.
-- to say so a lot of practice because there really is like a -- -- so it takes a lot of times like no you're hot you know every little tiny movement.
That it takes to hit they called -- -- times.
CJ -- commander actor or about forty years and what is it done for you.
It's changed my life really -- -- should be.
And just like she everyday.
And I means so many people like all across the country of competition ends.
And his top myself to -- dedicate my time came -- -- something.
Thousand miles away our trees also change the lives of students at this small public elementary school in Oxford New Jersey.
Rob -- is Oxford -- PE teacher.
Thanks to a grant from the states -- years ago brought brought an unusual idea to the schools -- I've spoken to you want to shoot arrows in a public school I said.
Good look like I just drop off the turnip truck I said there's no way unless you can convince me that this is gonna work and it's going to be good for kids.
Participate in -- are standardized test scores they're able to concentrate better they can block out distractions there's.
-- country during the program that's what we're discipline problems program.
It kind of sold itself upon -- best decisions -- -- six years ago.
Board how many championships and you talked about however he knows they think it's from New Jersey we've had six straight state titles.
Congress is really unique and pretty phenomenal but little did I know then what would become a fourteen year old Janet fishing.
Just say -- fingers under the not.
And then you're gonna pull back to the corner of your smile.
-- -- 2000 mr.
Phillip wants the students went to the national tournament.
Kentucky where they competed -- Getting -- -- -- thirteen hour bus ride and thirteen thousand dollars a week.
Out of 300 and -- won the -- and becoming the number three females.
-- it's not the fourth overall -- it kind of more than 3200.
-- The rhetoric -- -- every -- You know -- One of the thousands of kids it's a little.
There's no denying.
There's nothing like.
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