I hope she tells me how to delete my internet history on my work computer.
We always talk about how the CSI effect causes juries to require more "a ha" evidence these days, but I think it has been detrimental on another front as well. I think it gives perps insider info they wouldn't have otherwise had--info that provides a possible roadmap for avoiding detection. Nothing is foolproof, thank goodness, but I can envision a potential perp watching CSI shows/trials like this thinking, "Hmmm, so if they can detect 'a' by using 'b,' I'll do 'x' to avoid leaving 'y.'"
I'm sure they (LE) hold back a lot of things (I hope so), but I cringe a bit at the things we learn during these trials.
This computer info is a good example. I find it fascinating, as I did in the BC trial, but if I was looking to do someone in, I now know a lot more about how info is stored than I did previously.
Anatomy of a knock out was one search on the computer.
Head + trauma + blackout another search on YAHOO.com.
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I find that shocking especially with technology today
Head + blow + knockout on ASK.com
Between this case, and the BC case, I'm convinced I need to wipe all my computers thoroughly. I've searched for enough craziness that I think it would likely convict me of any method of murder.
Head trauma blackout....Head blow knockout
Car wreck, seriously Jay?
I would not convict on inference or speculation, either, because it would nag the back of my mind, 'What if...'
Of course it would then bother me if I voted not guilty and what if he did it.
I don't envy juries. Either way, they probably still think and ponder their decision.
Another search on WEBMD.com
Every time these computer experts testify during a trial and relate what they find I am positive that if my computer is ever searched I am going down.
Every trial I watch I end up researching a few things on my computer. Over the years...wow.
Wow, are they suggesting that this random killer also took the time to do computer searches? I don't see it, I don't think they would have taken time.
This is powerful testimony IMO. Considering the way Michelle was murdered. Extremely powerful.
How on earth did they explain all this at the last trial??!!!
(just typing out loud here)
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"We have a different stage. We have the same actress," Sheaffer said.
Testimony like this is exactly why I think jy will have to take the stand...He's got lots of explainin' to do!
Reminds me of Justin Barber who searched for gunshot trauma right chest, and then he just happened to be shot there by a "robber". His wife was shot in the face. Thankfully, the jury convicted Barber.