Justice for Caylee? Casey Anthony Murder Trial Investigators Missed Google search for ‘fool-proof’ Suffocation
Just when you thought it could not get any worse with the injustice that was done in the death of Caylee Anthony, along comes this revelation …
It is being reported that the Casey Anthony trial investigators misses a key piece of evidence that could have made a huge difference in providing “Justice for Caylee” and the conviction of the tot-mom. Sheriff’s investigators missed a Google search of “fool-proof” suffocation. The search was made from a computer in Anthony’s home on the day Caylee Anthony was last seen alive. The search was for “fool-proof suffication,” misspelling “suffocation.” As reported by WKMG, investigator pulled 17 vague entries from the computer’s Internet Explorer browser, but did not analyze the Mozilla Firefox browser, where the potentially incriminating evidence was found, UNBELIEVABLE!!!
Florida sheriff’s investigators missed a key piece of evidence — a Google search of “fool-proof” suffocation — in the Casey Anthony murder probe, they acknowledged Sunday.
The search, made from a computer in Anthony’s home on the day her daughter was last seen alive, could have helped convict her in the death of 2-year-old Caylee, said Orange County Sheriff’s Capt. Angelo Nieves.
“It’s just a shame we didn’t have it,” prosecutor Jeff Ashton told an Orlando TV station.
This search was fouund on a shared computer in the Anthony home. How is it possible that some one who considers themselves a computer investigator expert does not look for searches on multiple browsers? The sick part about this is that Baez’s team knew this information and was waiting for the prosecution to use it. Imagine their shock when it was not done. Thus, as many of us already knew … the Casey Anthony defense was a lie.
WKMG: Cops, prosecutors botched Casey Anthony evidence.
For weeks, Casey Anthony sat at her murder trial with her defense team anxiously waiting for prosecutors to drop a bombshell: computer evidence, the state would argue, showing Anthony researched how to kill with poison and suffocation on the same afternoon her daughter, Caylee, was killed by poison and suffocation.
But the bombshell never exploded.
“We were waiting for the state to bring it up,” defense attorney Jose Baez told Local 6. “And when they didn’t, we were kind of shocked.”
Baez first revealed the evidence in his book, “Presumed Guilty,” but blamed Anthony’s father, George Anthony, for the computer activity. Baez suggested George Anthony was considering suicide after Caylee accidentally drowned in the family swimming pool.
The damning evidence is as follows:
Consider what they appear to show happening online the afternoon of Monday, June 16, 2008, the day Caylee died:
•At 2:49 p.m., after George Anthony said he had left for work and while Casey Anthony’s cellphone is pinging a tower nearest the home, the Anthony family’s desktop computer is activated by someone using a password-protected account Casey Anthony used;
•At 2:51 p.m., on a browser primarily Casey Anthony used, a Google search for the term “fool-proof suffocation,” misspelling the last word as “suffication”;
•Five seconds later, the user clicks on an article that criticizes pro-suicide websites that include advice on “foolproof” ways to die. “Poison yourself and then follow it up with suffocation” by placing “a plastic bag over the head,” the writer quotes others as advising;
•At 2:52 p.m., the browser records activity on MySpace, a website Casey Anthony used frequently and George Anthony did not.
Just curious, does anyone really believe that a child drowns in a pool when individuals in the home on the very day of Caylee’s death are making Google searches for “fool proof” strangulation? Hmm?