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had to change it out. oh, no. the air smells fine. mm. it's funny, i'm supposed to be helping with repairs around the building, but so far, most of the broken-down stuff is in here. i got your text. you said you want to talk about something? uh, yeah. a job. i told you that i was gonna take a break from interviewing. well, you would not need to interview for this job. it would be with me. h you to do what i do. (chuckles) you want to teach me... to be a private eye? i think you'd be great at it-- you're smart, you know how to read people. you were a great help when we were looking for the bensonhurst bomber. we would not have been able to find him without you. i was a help because i'm an ex-con. that don't mean i'm good at detecting stuff. i knew a guy who knew a guy. you would be surprised how important those connections are in our line of work. it took me years to find my own.
listen, sherlock and i have experience with teaching. you'd be paid a stipend, which is more than you make at the gym. but the work is hard. you'd have to be available 24/7. and you'd have to study harder than you've ever studied in your life. but in the end, i think it would be worth it. you'd be your own boss. and it's work that your daughter could be proud of. no. no. look, i appreciate all that you're doing. you know i do. but that doesn't mean i'm always gonna agree with you. i don't expect you to. i know, it just feels that way sometimes. thank you for the offer. of course. all right, listen, you have a good night, okay? (door opens) (door closes)
i mean with the glasses. oh, i-i forgot i had those on. they're, uh, they're just helping me get into character. (computer beeps) oh, my god, you have your own trueromantix account? no, wade applewhite has his own trueromantix account. he's one of my aliases. florida-born, moved to the city in '07, systems analyst with big dreams, enjoys wind surfing. i thought i would take a page out of damien novak's book and try a little catfishing of my own. what do you mean? which backed yvette ingram's lawsuit. we've been chatting for almost an hour. i think she's a hair's breadth from sending me a list of the individuals who profited. wow, that's pretty low. well, it is and it isn't. i mean, i chose her based on certain beliefs she's espoused on social media. for example, she started her own chapter of the ayn rand appreciation society because the new york chapter was too charitable, so, you know, when wade fails to meet her for line dancing tomorrow night,
oke to shinwell tonight. and? you're right... not a detective. not for everyone, watson. in fact... (computer pings) oh. the biscuit is in the basket. sorry. that's just something that wade would say. his would-be girlfriend has sent a list of investors. tell me you don't have to catfish any of them tonight. i don't think any additional subterfuge will be necessary. one of these names is quite familiar. you met him the other day. w, i've advised my client not to answer any questions. bell: that's okay, he can just listen. we know you lied to us the other day, mr. lerner. when we said there was evidence that suggested your brother-in-law was a sex predator, you couldn't get on board fast enough. but the truth is he was hunting men like that. and you knew it. you said you talked to damien after your sister thought he was having an affair. we're guessing he told you the truth about what he was doing. holmes: the timing was quite fortuitous.
ing brought by a woman named yvette ingram. and those depositions were not going as you'd hoped. so you created a phony trueromantix profile for yvette's former boss, jack mcgill, and struck up a conversation with one of damien's alter egos. not long after, damien assaulted mcgill, and posted a video that branded him a sex predator. a big cash settlement for yvette went from being a long shot to a sure thing. you made your money back times ten. damien was a loose end, however, garrett: wait. what do y-- what do you mean? garrett. no, no, uh... are-are you saying i killed him? the other day, you let your sister think that her freshly-murdered husband was a habitual seducer of teenagers, so it's not hard for us to see you make the leap to murder. have you said anything to stephanie about this? garrett, i thought we agreed... no, no, no, no. they think i killed damien. do you know what that would do to my sister? we haven't talked to stephanie. yet. okay, yes.
but i did not kill him. mr. lerner, after everything that's happened, why should we believe a word you say? because... i needed him alive. explain that to us. when i communicated with him as jack mcgill, i did it from a library near my house. if he ever caught on to me, i didn't want him to trace it back to my home computer. the night that he was killed, i was at the library again. i had invested in another sexual harassment case. i figured i could use damien again to get it to go the way i wanted. in the name of the new defendant, to get damien to go after him. there's cameras at the library. go see. i'm-i'm telling the truth. am i a despicable person? yes. did i trick damien? yes. but i'm telling you, i never would have hurt him.
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paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. es while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. watson: how'd it go at the library? yes, well, it turns out i took out their copy
ir security footage until i settled up. $463 later, marcus and i were able to confirm garrett lerner's alibi. he did not kill his brother-in-law. watson: i had a feeling it was going that way, so i dug back into the men that damien novak shamed. and? well, you and i both don't like jack mcgill for the murder, so i put him to the side. jerome chun is still in a coma, and reuben welker is still in prison. so that just leaves ignacio gomez and shane fitzhugh. both of whom fled the country. yeah. excuse me? you've been crying sometime in the last hour. okay, first of all, i did not cry, i teared up, and second of all, it wasn't because we weren't able to pin one of these guys to the murder. it was because of these. oh, these are the statements from the women hurt by fitzhugh and gomez. oh, the toughest one to read
he was her j.v. field hockey coach. over the course of a year, he abused her over a hundred times. she was 14. 20 when she wrote this. yeah, it took her that long to come forward. when she was a kid, he convinced her that no one was gonna believe her and it was all her fault. when she went to college, she knew better. hmm. told you it was tough to read. ms. swain writes that for years she's required a daily cocktail of anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medication. who knows how long she's gonna have to take those for? (sighs) is there a problem? well, the problem is, i don't just know who killed damien novak, watson. but i liked her. miss parsons, please have a seat. if you need more data from trueromantix, i can't help you. i gave my notice two days ago. no, that's not why we asked you here. so the other day, i, uh, misunderstood
ke him, but in truth, you wanted to know how much the police knew about damien novak's murder. i'm sorry. um... damien novak? the man you shot the other night. we know your real name is nadia swain. we also know that in 2009 you were victimized by a man named shane fitzhugh. last year, you worked up the courage to tell the new jersey police about it. holmes: you gave them a very detailed statement, and in that you explained how you needed a, uh, certain regimen ns now. sertraline, 150 milligrams, once a day. aripiprazole, five milligrams, twice a day. clonazepam, one-half milligram, once a day. now, when i approached your desk the other day, i saw that very same combination of medications in your pill organizer. you own a white toyota camry, right? so? we have video of a white camry tearing out of the parking lot where damien novak was shot. a lot of people own white camrys. how many of them also own a nine millimeter handgun? we know you registered one after you turned 21.
at first we... we didn't get it. why kill novak? i mean, he shamed sex predators, including the one that hurt you. but then we reached out to jersey city pd. all of a sudden, everything made sense. after you came forward, they started an investigation into mr. fitzhugh. they took what you said very seriously. but after so much time had passed, there wasn't any evidence. bell: it took them a few months, but they managed to identify a second girl he'd hurt... then a third. e of making an arrest, and then mr. novak muscles his way into the equation. he shames your tormentor. he does such a good job, the man has to leave the country. so, all of a sudden, your quest for justice... over. you got angry, you wanted revenge, but the man who cost you a shot at fitzhugh was anonymous. all anyone knew about him was that he set traps at trueromantix. holmes: so you dropped out of college.
got access to their files, and then all of a sudden, this hunter, he becomes the hunted. bell: it took you some time, but you managed to identify novak's newest phony accounts. you monitored them, and when you saw he was going to meet winston utz at a motel a few nights ago, you acted. i wanted him to understand what he'd done. i wanted to shame him. i was gonna make a video of my own. him on his knees apologizing. he was on his way to that man's room when i came up behind him and put the gun to his back. (crying) made him tie his own hands. but then, when he turned around, when he saw me... ...he wasn't afraid anymore. he said he was sorry that i was upset...
's like when he looked at me, he saw what shane saw. a victim. (crying) i didn't mean to kill him. (footsteps) watson: what are you doing? i'm chatting with a policeman in the province of bali. so i'm guessing you're not wade applewhite right now. i am not. bali. isn't that where shane fitzhugh fled to? indonesia has no extradition treaty with the united states. in my early days as a detective, i lost many suspects to such countries. didn't sit well, so i began to develop friendships with those countries' various branches of law enforcement. okay.
. did he hurt someone there? gonna find ten kilograms of uncut cocaine in his home. your friend is gonna plant it. drug laws in that part of the world... quite severe. he'll be spending the rest of his life in an indonesian prison. i typically don't like such measures, but there's ample evidence that fitzhugh's a threat to young women wherever he resides. if you feel i'm acting rashly... i didn't say anything. (indistinct voices in distance) bang!
hey, if i can find it, so can your parole officer. why are you here? heard about your new friend, ms. watson. i understand you two been spending a lot of time together. what do you care? (laughing) you are aware that she works for the police, aren't you? you and me, shinwell, we got big plans. be a shame if you die before we see them through. (door opens) [ bells jingling ] whoa. the holidays are coming. [ barks ] you're right. we need to get ready for the big show. what's up dudes? lots to do. hey iron man can you run up for the lights?
live from the channel 4 11 tim starts now with breaking news. a november surprise, hillary clinton takes the stage in new hampshire after the fbi again declines to charge her for the e-mail scandal. tonight two days before the were presidential election another stunning development. i'm katie brace. >> and i'm ken macleod. the fbi director says the probe into hillary clinton's e-mails is over. comey notified key members of
around the clock to review all the e-mails found on the lap top owned by anthony weiner, the estranged husband of clinton's aid huma abedin, and the conclusion is no charges will be filed against the former secretary of state. her campaign was quick to react. >> we've seen a copy of the letter to the hill, and we were glad to e the conclusion he reached in july, and we're glad the matter is resolved. >> it was11 days ago the fbi director surprised everyone by reopening the investigation. >> and it gave donald trump a bounce in the polls, but is the newest development a game changer? tonight hillary clinton was in the battleground state of new hampshire where she was introduced by a gold star father.
tonight. >> reporter: it was certainly very emotional, and a very crucial night for hillary clinton here in the state of new hampshire. she had the support of local democrats, but also some star power as well. [ singing ] >> reporter: new england's own james taylor warmed up the crowd and offered his own political take. >> they threw everything at her they can think of, but they can't keep her back. [ singing ] >> reporter: mrs. clinton was introduced by the father of a us army captain who lost his life in iraq, and he echoed his emotional speech at the convention where he attacked donald trump's immigration policy. >> would anyone who isn't like you have a place in america donald trump? well thankfully mr. trump this
clinton's turn to zero in on trump. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is i a choice -- it is a choice between division or unity, between strong steady leadership and a loose cannon that can put everything at risk. >> reporter: perhaps tired she smoked in measured tones, but finished with an appeal to voters. >> i hope you're able to say you voted, you voted better, stronger, fairer america, an america where we build bridges, not walls. >> reporter: she never even brought up e-mails or the lack of criminal charges, but her supporters are speaking up. >> there's nothing criminal about hillary clinton. >> that's what i expected. it should have never happened in the first place. >> and on monday hillary clinton will still get more
springsteeen and jon bon jovi perform and she'll be joined by the president and the first lady. >> the fbi's finding left the clinton campaign feeling vindicated and took ammo away from the republican nominee with the election so close, but it didn't stop donald trump and his surrogates from blasting away. >> she should be personalized, don't vote -- penalized, don't vote for her. >> reporter: hillary clinton will not face prosecution for her extremely careless handling of the classified e-mails, but in north carolina freely and voluntarily mike pence jumped on it. >> -- his running mate mike pence jumped on it.
fbi were wrong with the initial decision in july, and we think they're wrong now. >> reporter: trump actually expressed confidence they'd indict clinton this time around this morning, but in michigan another tune. >> right now she's protected by a rigged system. it's a totally rigged system. i've been saying that for a long time. >> reporter: the fbi's decision virtually erased the memory of last night, when the secret stage in nevada. today his daughter was in new hampshire trying to recruit last minute volunteers. >> anyone helping the campaign is so important. the momentum is on our side. >> reporter: in fact the new hampshire poll shows a virtual dead heat, but trump is trailing in other key battleground states, and they're not done stoking the e- mail fire. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it. the people know it.
people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> tonight the new york times is reporting that campaign aids have finally wrestled trump's twitter account away from him, hoping to dodge any of his colorful middle of the night tweets now that things are down to the wire. >> and over the weekend campaign volunteers are trying to sway the voters before heading to the polls. paul burton reports on the final big push. weekend before election day in massachusetts, and both clinton and trump supporters are not letting up. >> pretty nervous. this is the most stressful cycle. >> reporter: at the massachusetts head quaderrers for donald trump in hudson it was buzzing with volunteers and supporters making calls. >> we have gone through tens of
stickers, and now rally signs. >> reporter: what we're having them do is talk, talk, talk. that's the motto over the 72 hours of get out the vote. >> reporter: tom and debbie casey came to pick up their yard signs today. as for the clinton campaign they're not wasting time on massachusetts. >> the chance of hillary clinton losing massachusett of the are almost nil. >> reporter: on sunday the clinton campaign focus is on maine and new hampshire. >> they want to do everything they can to get out the word about the fbi basically saying hey, there was nothing in that new batch of e-mails causing us to go forward because it certainly appears it's had an impact on undecided voters more than anything. >> reporter: it's a race to the
taking it lightly. paul burton. >> wbz and cbs news have you oared on election date. -- covered on election night. we'll stay on all night if necessary with the latest on the race for the presidency. breaking news out of oklahoma where a magnitude 5 earthquake has taken the central part of that state shortly before 8:00 evening. several buildings reported damaged in the small town of cushing. some link the increase in earthquakes to the underground disposal of waste water from gas production. and what about the weather for election day? let's take a live look outside the city now. it looks beautiful. pamela gardner has a first look at the forecast. >> and for election day it's
days. cool day on tap for monday, and cooler by the end of this week as well. here's a live look at doppler radar. a couple of showers, and even some mist along the south shore, the came, the islands, and the showers still moving along route 3, plymouth, and pushing south and west associated are an area of low pressure well offshore, and that area of low pressure close enough to us that we'll see tomorrow afternoon. temperatures back into the 40s, 43 in boston. overnight temperatures in the 30s for a lot of spots, and then tomorrow afternoon in the 50s, but again warm for tuesday. i'll have all the numbers coming up in the seven-day forecast. >> all right, thank you. everett police investigating a shooting. the shooting has shocked the neighborhood.
i would never wish this on anybody. >> reporter: a man loses his wife, shot in what witnesses say looked like an attempted car jacking. >> a gray audi, 2007. there was two gunshots. i believe the shoulder, it was a black male and female that stole their vehicle. >> reporter: they laid evidence markers across the street and neighboring parking lot. the shooting broad daylight. witnesses say the man shot looked like he was in his early 20s. >> the guy that got shot, he ran out to the street, and then he had in fallen right there. and he said to the girlfriend i can't breathe, i can't breathe. >> the tape is actually blocking off my house, so i'm hoping to get into my house, again, i've never seen anything like that happen. >> reporter: kevin has lived on the street for years.
heart wrenching for me to even know the story. just to know that somebody lost their life over something so petty is pretty tragic. >> it's sad. it's nonsense this violence is still going on. >> i'm hoping the family finds out what's going on and finds the culprit. >> reporter: and so far no arrests. if you have any information you're asked to call police. wbz new at 11:00, there's been a faye me -- fatal me test tremendous january accident. and two officers were shot and wounded during a domestic call in east boston last month, and a constable for the city
fingerprinting constables will allow officials to conduct out of state background checks. the officers are now recovering. still to come, another varsity sports team in trouble. >> again for writing up sexually explicit comments about female sports. and police believe they have a serial killer in custody. >> david ortiz retired, but he still reigns as big pap sneak and the cub wins the world series, the patriots by weeks, and both the bruins and celtics looking in the
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only from fios. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap."
apers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. police now say a south carolina kidnapping suspect confessed to a quadruple homicide back in 2003. and on sunday was charged with murder in the cold case. >> the 45-year-old was arrested thursday after a missing woman was found alive on his property chained in a locked storage container. the man lead them to more bodies. the father of one of the men