Casey Anthony searched for "foolproof suffocation" on day Caylee died, report says
There’s a new report on the evidence not used in the Casey Anthony murder trial that likely would have sent her to jail.
The report by WKMG-Channel 6 says computer evidence shows Casey Anthony researched how to kill with poison and suffocation on the same afternoon her daughter, Caylee, was killed by poison and suffocation.
The shocking information was reportedly retrieved from Internet records from Anthony’s computer that police seized.
According to WKMG-Channel 6, on the afternoon of June 16, 2008, the day police say Caylee died, someone activated the Anthony family’s desktop computer using a password-protected account that Casey Anthony used.
Two minutes later, a Google search for the term “Fool-proof suffocation” was reportedly conducted.
Five second after that, reports say the user clicked on an article that reads “poison yourself and then follow it up with suffocation” by placing “a plastic bag over the head, ” WKMG-Channel 6 reports.
At 2:56 p.m., the browser reportedly recorded activity on MySpace, a website Casey Anthony used frequently.
Anthony’s defense attorney Jose Baez told WKMG he was waiting for prosecutors to bring this up in court, but they never did.
After WKMG described the findings to the trial prosecutor Jeff Ashton, he said, “ It’s just a shame we didn’t have it.”
Anthony was found not guilty in Caylee’s death.
Read more at the WKMG-Channel 6.
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