Casey Anthony: Testimony Focuses on Chloroform Internet Searches
Jurors today heard testimony from a computer forensics expert that he discovered Internet searches for “chloroform” and “How to make chloroform” on a computer in Casey Anthony’s home.
From CBS News:
Sgt. Kevin Stenger said he used several tools to examine files from the computer, and found that someone specifically searched on Google for the words “chloroform,” “alcohol,” “inhalation,” “death,” “self-defense” and “head injury” within 15 minutes, reports CBS affiliate WKMG.
He said someone also searched the term “neck breaking,” “making weapons” and “how to make chloraform (sic),” using Google four days after the first search for chloroform in March 2008, reports the station.
Two forensic computer analysis experts testified for the prosecution at Casey Anthony’s trial on Wednesday afternoon, detailing search records that could be used to suggest Caylee Anthony’s murder was premeditated as long as three months before her June 2008 disappearance.
Orange County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Kevin Stenger said he had supervised Det. Sandra Osborne in her efforts to recover data from a desktop computer taken from the Anthony house. Osborne asked him for assistance when she discovered information related to chloroform in the internet history records in the unallocated/deleted space on the hard drive.
Stenger testified that because the searches were done with the Mozilla Firefox browser, he could not determine which user account was being used at the time. He identified and extracted data that produced reports on two browsing sessions on March 17 and 21, 2008.
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