Report: Sheriff’s office missed online searches for ‘fool-proof suffocation’ from Casey Anthony’s computer
According to a report from WKMG, the Florida sheriff’s office that investigated Caylee Anthony’s death overlooked a computer search for suffocation made from the little girl’s home on the day she was last seen alive.
Orange County sheriff’s Capt. Angelo Nieves said Sunday that the office’s computer investigator missed a June 16, 2008, Google search for “fool-proof suffocation” methods.
The station reported it was done on a browser primarily used by the 2-year-old’s mother, Casey Anthony. The search came from the Anthony family home with Casey Anthony’s password.
- 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.