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iday of last week? that's what we think, yeah. i was at a wedding in curacao last week. left monday, landed at jfk middle of the day friday. i'm telling the truth! i was at the ceremony! you can ask the bridesmaids i hit on. it's as we suspected. brendan farley's three-quarter alibi is 100% percent true. he was harassing bridesmaids in curacao. so, it wasn't him. a lucrative breakthrough in the field of cultured meat? well, i'm already going through the company reports for next century meats. i think you're bored with recovery because you're not saying what's on your mind. what's on my mind is that i'm bored. and that's exactly what you need to be talking about. that, and everything else you said yesterday. including the bit about being the smartest person in the room? see, recovery only works if you say what you're thinking. those people in the room, whatever their i.q. is,
ogant jerk. i mean, will it be awkward? probably, but when's that ever stopped you? it's a better way to re-engage. i worked with a lot of clients before, and... every time sometimes tries to go it alone, it always ends badly. s... ? ? ? ? holmes: watson, you may want to compose yourself before coming downstairs. a salon of sorts is in progress. (man chuckles) it's so new! aye, so true, so true. now, we eat, uh, eggs, yes? these are cells taken from an animal. the chicken is presumably still alive.
ting example. mm-hmm. man: oh, good morning. now, if we could only find those chickens. (laughter) (laughter echoes) (humming) watson: why is there some sort of world peace convocation going on upstairs? those are leading scholars of their respective faiths. we've had a very productive morning. we reached conclusions on some knotty issues. and now it's time to eat. jews and muslims are united by more than conflict, watson. both groups have labored under dietary restrictions for millennia. including very strict guidelines over the slaughter and consumption of meat. why would someone doctor research to prevent a lucrative breakthrough from being labeled as such? only, i now believe, if it was more profitable to have another label. are you familiar with the word pareve? uh, it's a kosher thing, right? mm. the laws of kashrut state that permissible foods are divided into groups-- dairy, meat. but there's a third classification.
carrots are pareve. okay, so pareve is like... neutral? exactly, it's the switzerland of food. now, if shmeat is ruled to be actual meat, that obviously opens up the carnivore market, but it also subjects it to the gordian knot of halal and kosher certification. if it is a mere meat substitute, then it sits, forlorn, in the vegan aisle. but if shmeat can thread the needle, if it can be actual lab-grown meat, but not be classified as such... it would be pareve, neutral to the kosher and halal rules about meat. imagine, watson. observant jews finally being allowed a cheeseburger. religious muslims indulging in pulled-pork cubanos. there is what? over a billion muslims in the world. it's a huge untapped market. probably way more profitable for them to not label shmeat as meat. hence the doctored research. so, if joaquin pereya wasn't on board for faking the data, that would mean that whoever's
and that would be... werner platz, ceo of next century meats. can we prove he was involved? we can if his coconspirator will talk to us. mr. farley, thank you so much for coming on short notice. i thought i already answered your questions. well, we had one set of questions for you when we thought that you killed joaquin pereya. we no longer think that. oh, okay. good. we now think that you were part of a conspiracy to kill him. after you. bell: this is the intersection of 65th street and metropolitan avenue. street racers use this stretch of metropolitan. a concerned citizen tried to catch some of their license plates on camera. she overheard a patrolman asking for security camera footage, volunteered to share this. am i supposed to be looking at something? bell: that's your boss, werner platz. so? mr. farley, that intersection
from brooklyn's best wurst. this footage was gathered the same night someone broke into the store and ground joaquin pereya into so much mince. we can place your boss right by the scene, on the night it happened. i've also had an informal peek at your banking records. "informal peek"? what does that mean? it means i have friends who are digitally nimble. don't look at him. he had nothing to do with it. we'll get an authorized look soon enough. they'll show a judge what we already know. someone recently paid your mortgage in full. it was paid by a third party. we're already trying to link that to your boss. what does that have to do with joaquin? bell: werner platz wanted mr. pereya to alter his... shmeat so the fda would classify it as a meat substitute. then he could sell it to the kosher and halal markets. watson: but pereya was a true believer. he cared more about disrupting the meat industry than he did about the profits. he wouldn't make the change. so, platz killed pereya
and that was you, mr. farley. bell: testify against werner platz. i already offered you one chance to get in front of this. you won't get another. and if i say no, what happens? you take that video to a judge. all that shows is werner driving down the street. why'd he pay my mortgage? 'cause i'm a great employee and i just got a promotion. you guys have nothing on me and i'm pretty sure you've got nothing on wer or you wouldn't be trying to get me to turn on him. it was a nice try, guys, but i'm going to leave my lawyer's number. don't call me again. so, brendan farley and werner platz killed a man and ground him into sausage... and not only do they get to walk free... they'll both be rich the moment the shmeat hits the market.
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it's not a... perfect universe, is it, watson? well, that sounds like giving up. i mean, i know no one's quitting. i-i just hate that these guys are getting away with it. we might not be able to prove our case in court... but that doesn't mean we can't punish them. what, are you gonna whip them with a cherry danish? no, i'm going to use this. we need to reconvene the council of rabbis and imams. i have no earthly idea. morning. we'd like to see the coconspirators in the murder of joaquin pereya. our lawyers are on their way here. i'm gonna do everything i can to sue you two for harassment. gentlemen, we have unearthed no new evidence against you. despite our best efforts, we are unable to prove that the two of you murdered joaquin pereya. then what are you doing here? we can make a compelling circumstantial argument that you are guilty and we did
to the convocation of orthodox rabbis and the i.c.h., their equivalent in the muslim faith. are you familiar with those bodies? they're the ones who will be deciding whether or not your shmeat can be sold to the halal and kosher communities. they asked us to pass on a message. murder is not kosher. oh? and what is that supposed to mean? we demonstrated to the satisfaction of various religious worthies that your shmeat became eligible to be pareve by virtue of foul play. the imams and the rabbis have got no intention of rewarding murder. that you seek and they're going to use their influence to see to it that other certifying bodies follow their lead. you can still sell it in the vegan aisle, but good luck staying in business. so, this is some kind of retribution. you are going to rob the world of our product because you can't prove your insane theories. maybe your shmeat will go to market. maybe it won't. the rabbis and imams have agreed to change their minds on one condition: someone has to be convicted
't understand. but we don't need you to. our appeal is to mr. farley. he committed the actual murder. ground a corpse into sausage meat. all you did was fake some data. watson: when we explained that to our captain, he called the d.a. they're willing to be flexible. in exchange for your testimony, they will arrange a plea that sees you serve no jail time. holmes: he'll be convicted of joaquin pereya's murder. the shmeat will be, uh, deemed kosher and halal and you can participate in the profits while he rots in jail. t listen to them. for all you know, they're bluffing. or you can remain united in relative penury. i mean, you know, he's really good to his partners. he skinned the last one and, uh... ground him into sausage. it's your choice, mr. farley. newswoman: details of a shocking crime continue to emerge as ceo, werner platz, is arrested for the murder of joaquin pereya, the chief scientist at his company.
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>>lydia: and we begin tonight with breaking news. a shooting on the east side at 38th street. not far from mary jackson's home that left one man dead. our shanice dunning was on scene getting answers. >>reporter: police have blocked off the area around east 38th 38th street as they investigate a shooting that happened here.
house and the man who lives there shot at both of them. he killed one of the suspects at the scene and police tell us that he did have a loaded gun on him. the second suspect was shot in the face, but he manage it to get away. now, police are telling us that they did track down the second suspect on east 55th and thankry and that they have arrested him. we have keep you updated. right now, reporting in cleveland, shanice dunning, cleveland 19 news. >>lydia: thank you. we will continue to bring you the very lt investigation as we learn them. and we're also getting answers on a story we have been following for days. employees at the lorain county out motive systems possible sick from carbon monoxide poisoning. the workers were set to come back tonight after the facility was evacuated on wednesday. and that's because of high levels of carbon monoxide were found inside. 7 people were taken to the hospital that day and the fire department tells us several more
cleveland 19 obtained records from the elyria fire department showing they responded to 11 medical calls to the facility over the past year. here's what captain kevin szabo tells us about the connection. >> nothing appears to be indicative of history of any particular problem there. this appears to be isolated to the carbon monoxide and the work on the system for the heating and cooling. >>lydia: and szabo says it appears that the work on the heating and what triggered the high carbon monoxide levels for the firefighters and they will continue on working on that story. now turning to the weather, good news. if you still have some fall plants out there that need some rain, beth mcleod has the details in your first alert forecast. i can't talk, it's so late. >>beth: it is so late. but the good news about when we go on the air this late, you get the latest weather information, so you'll be a little more
our next alert comes in monday night. soaking rain, big winds. wind gusts upwards of 40 miles per hour and we stay warm, lydia, so there's no chance that any of this transitions into snow or wintry mix. so futureview, just remember, when you see the light green, that always represents just very slight chance of some rain showers. i started futureview off tomorrow morning. cloud cover will start moving in overnight to your monday morning dry drive. some of you will be driving in some clouds. there is anc some light rain showers just on the west side, just a small little chance. the bigger system holds off till overnight tonight. this is a slow moving system. by 3:00 in the afternoon it is over. limo, ohio and i-75. but it moves in during the overnight hours, leaving us with a very wet monday night. i'll explain your gorgeous tuesday, coming up. >>lydia: thank you, beth. to a crime alert tonight. burglars are breaking into homes
valuables from residents in a shaker heights neighborhood. sara goldenberg is getting answers on how police are trying to catch them. >>reporter: on a quiet sunday in a picturesque neighborhood in shaker heights, pir van der westhuizen took a walk with his family. >> it's a wonderful neighborhood. plenty of sidewalks to walk around. wonderful family feel. lots of small kids running around. we love it. we have been here six years and plan to stay. >>reporter: nothing seems out of place except this p reminder to residents cops are still looking for the suspects behind a rash of burglaries. >> i think you just have to be vigilant and make sure things are locked and we have a security system at home and just make sure that you look out for your neighbors too. be a good neighbor and see if you can spot anything out of the ordinary. >>reporter: police have stepped up patrols along rawnsdale road and scottsdale boulevard. we saw this officer checking in with several people today. >> police say the burglaries are
your doors and report anything suspicious. ju mia said crimes like this don't usually happen here. >> we were a bit almost dumb struck actually. so it wasn't really so much of a concern as surprise. i'd say. >>reporter: police say the thieves are busting through doors, but one of them left evidence behind. it's been sent to the crime lab for identification. as police watch the area, residents are taking steps to stay >> we have a security system and an alarm system. we have double doors and security doors. i mean, just basic plea cautions people should take. >>reporter: getting answers in shaker heights, sara goldenberg, cleveland 19 news. in other news early this morning, ten people were shot on bourbon street in new orleans. one person is dead. two women and eight men were rushed to the hospital. one of them died there. it happened around 1:30 a.m.,
already in the area for that event. the victims were all between the ages of 20 and 37. police now have two men in custody for possessing firearms. no word if they're connected to the shooting. president-elect donald trump is making headlines again with his comments following the announcement that the clinton campaign will participate in the ballot recount in three states. trump tweeted earlier today, without evidence, that he actually won the popular vote, if you quote of people who voted illegal had i. later he also alleged that there was a serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire and california. a week of tributes for fidel castro will begin tomorrow in cuba. the revolutionary leader died friday at the age of 90. >>reporter: as flags flew at half staff over havana, some cubans could not hold back
victor manuel said he felt like he had lost a patriarch, the father of the revolution he said. havana's norming bustling revolution plaza were quiet. workers busy preparing for two days of tributes to the dictator who led the country half a century. thousands of cubans will pay their respect in the shadow of the monument to national hoe rejose marti and che cara. de they prayed and reflected. fidel was someone who always helped us a lot, especially the lower calf. he hopes castro's death would not slow progress in cuba. we continue to work hard, he said. there will be great moments that will come for this country. people here will gather for official statement memorials starting tomorrow with the largest expected on tuesday at havana revolution square, the place where castro delivered
his remains will then be taken from havana to santiago. retracing in reverse the victory march he took with the revolutionary army. his funeral is scheduled for next sunday in santiago, known as the cradle of castro's revolution. >>lydia: well, it's sunday and cleveland browns fans are still waiting for a win. but today was yet another disappointing loss. mark schwab joins us now with the >>mark: another fun, not very fun. they lost again this time they had the giants in town. new yorkers rod into first energy stadium to take on the winless browns. it was actually a game the browns were in. they didn't get grown out. fourth, only 14-6. they got the ball. until it was 20-6 because josh mccown got hit as he threw and jason pierre-paul. they come back again. mccown down the field and
in the end zone for a touchdown. 20-13. but the giants blew it right back open. odell beckham junior, two touchdown performance. giants win 27-13. so with four games left, the question everybody is asking, will they win a game? tony zarrella though thinks the better question might be, do they even know how? >>reporter: how many different ways are there to lose? at least a dozen. weav now. maybe it's far less complicated. pick a crucial moment of any of these 12 losses, you'll find it right there. that's where the browns blew it. maybe it's all about this. they don't know how to win. we hear it all the time. players need to learn how to win. they're going the other way. i asked hue jackson about it after the game. >> it's critical over these next four weeks that we do come away grasping some of those things. as you were mentioning, as we
because you know, if not these things repeat themselves. i'm not going -- i've told our players and i mean this and i will tell all of you, this will be the last time this year that we ever feel the way we feel. i know that in my heart. i know that without question. and that's what i've always said, if you're going to get us, better get us now. >>reporter: part of that would be find the end zone, obviously, because when you don't, these stats don't matter. the new york giants, if you don't put it into tends you don't win. you don't know how to win. much more coming up in just a bitment at first energy stadium, tony zarrella,. >>mark: more on this game later in sports. browns with four games left but no game next week. they're on bye. then the three win bengals in town in two sundays. >>lydia: thank you, mark. hey, shoppers get ready,
mireya villareal are getting answers on what companies is expecting and who is doing the most shopping. >>reporter: bargains on tvs, toys and technology was enough temptation to draw in hordes of shoppers across the country on black friday. but crowded stores with limited product have some second-guessing whether braving black friday is worth of it. >> walmart was crazy busy and people were trying to punch people in the face. >>reporter: this year online retailers got a jump start on cyber thanksgiving day. the savings so good, savvy shoppers actually crashed macy's web site. consumers research president joe collageio. >> it's going to be a very strong cyber monday. amazon capturing the lion's chair and walmart is close. macy's, lord & taylor, home depot. >> sales from this cyber monday could hit at least $3.3 billion. that's nine percent more than
2014 when sales were at $2.6 billion. overall, this year's holiday season could ring up at 117 billion. >> of the three main shopping days over this holiday weekend, that's thanksgiving, black friday and cyber monday, cyber monday has been growing the fashionest of all three of those. >> he says the convenience of shopping at home combined with better bargains is what's fueling that growth. converting shoppers like pat >> we used to get up every morning black friday at 3:00 in the morning. go everywhere. these days, you get up and order online. >> on average families are expected to spend about a thousand dollars on gifts and millennials are leading the shopping pack, increasing spending by 25% this year. mireya villareal, cbs news, los angeles. >>beth: you enjoyed above average temperatures today. 49?.
tomorrow night at this time, jeff tanchak is going to be telling you about how much rain you're going to get. i'll tell you first coming up. ? think of your fellow man. ? ? lend him a helping hand. ? ? put a little love in your heart. ? ? take a good look around... ? ? put a little love in your heart. ? ?put a little love in your heart.? ? in your heart. ? (avo) the subaru share the love event is happening now and will have given ninety million dollars
>>lydia: and welcome back. the lighting ceremony for the historic kirtland nativity exhibit was held today. it's located at the virusser's center of the restored western reserve village. he features more than one thousand nativity scenes all on loan from area families. many come from all over the world. village is decorated with 150,000 christmas lights and has been named one of the top ten most in ohio. the display is open daily from 9:00 to 8:00. >>beth: not going to feel very christmas like over the next couple of days. i would say it would be a good time to put up christmas lights but it's going to be windy and we are going to get rain showers. quiet out there right now and we are nice and dry. as a matter of fact, temperatures haven't really changed much and are not going to change very much overnight. we'll make it down to about 36?.