Google Helps Husband Snap Wife's Neck?

Nov 30, 2005 - 8:53 am 0 by
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An article at the Register named Alleged techie killer Googled 'neck snap break' writes;

A Mac specialist on trial for the murder of his wife allegedly carried out a Google search for "neck snap break" and "hold" before her death, prosecutors in Durham, North Carolina, claimed last week.

He noted that the Google search information had just come to light after two years' investigation. Prosecutors are expected to present further computer forensic evidence before the trial concludes next week.

More information at WRAL.com.

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