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But as the camera continued to roll, Grimm walked back up to Scotto and began speaking to him in a low voice. "What?" Scotto responded. "I just wanted to ask you..." Grimm: "Let me be clear to you, you ever do that to me again I'll throw you off this f-----g balcony." Scotto: "Why? I just wanted to ask you..." [[cross talk]] Grimm: "If you ever do that to me again..." Scotto: "Why? Why? Its a valid question." [[cross talk]] Grimm: "No, no, you're not man enough, you're not man enough. I'll break you in half. more info http://feeds.nbcnews.com/c/35002/f/663303/s/367933ee/sc/1/l/0Lnbcpolitics0Bnbcnews0N0C0Inews0C20A140C0A10C290C2248860A50Eny0Econgressman0Eto0Ereporter0Eill0Ebreak0Eyou0Ein0Ehalf0Dlite/story01.htm Mass Deportations By The United States pushed Them Into Central America in The 1990s. NY congressman to reporter: 'I'll break you in half' all These People Were Murdered During The So-called Truce, Says Miguel Fortin Magana, Director Of The Medical Examiners Office In San Salvador. Butch Dill / APJoyce Cook, an instructional aide, reads 'Snowflake Bentley' to fifth-graders stranded Tuesday night at Oak Mountain Intermediate School in Indian Springs, Ala. more help http://feeds.nbcnews.com/c/35002/f/663303/s/36789de9/sc/38/l/0Lusnews0Bnbcnews0N0C0Inews0C20A140C0A10C280C224866950Eaaaaugh0Ehundreds0Eof0Ekids0Estranded0Eat0Eschools0Ein0Egeorgia0Ealabama0Dlite/story01.htm Secret mass grave threatens El Salvador's hard-won gang truce But the discovery of the mass grave the largest found since this country's 12-year civil war has given ammunition to truce skeptics. Theyve noted that while murders were supposedly declining, disappearances were rising, to more than 1,000 last year. Crimes and killings, critics say, continued clandestinely all along. And with only days to go before El Salvadors presidential election on Sunday, politicians have seized on the truce as a potent wedge issue in a nation terrorized by violence. All these people were murdered during the so-called truce, says Miguel Fortin Magana, director of the medical examiners office in San Salvador. And these gang issues matter well beyond Salvadoran borders. Both Barrio 18 and MS-13 formed in Latino migrant communities in Southern California. Mass deportations by the United States pushed them into Central America in the 1990s. The "maras," as the gangs are called, found fertile ground in postwar El Salvador, where displaced and broken families crowded into cities, making for easy recruiting, and where police were ill equipped to handle the spike in crime. more hints http://feeds.nbcnews.com/c/35002/f/663303/s/367ad116/l/0Lworldnews0Bnbcnews0N0C0Inews0C20A140C0A10C290C224910A970Esecret0Emass0Egrave0Ethreatens0Eel0Esalvadors0Ehard0Ewon0Egang0Etruce0Dlite/story01.htm