Man’s Search Query to be Used in Court Case

The Associate Press reports on a story about Neil Entwistle searching at a search engine on the word “killing” days before “his wife and baby daughter were shot to death.” A judge issued a search warrant which enabled the investigators to capture information from the defendant’s computer. Part of that information includes search queries performed by the defendant days before the murders.

Postscript: See also CNN and CBS for more on the search records.

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