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The Spoliation of Evidence of both her cell phone and his laptop are very serious on many levels; possible felonies. Erasing her cell phone was not an accident, and certainly not two accidents -- one for the phone shell, a separate one for the sim. Sworn statements and testimony (e.g. following instructions received by telephone and not even writing them down) plus getting the search warrant after the phone was already erased, requesting only the extended billing records from AT&T for her phone and not the forensic quality records as they did for his phone, and using various excuses and ploys to avoid disclosing the erased cell phone until it was well past the date the data would have been retained by AT&T for defense to get the most detailed logs because they were no longer retained by AT&T.
Gone too were any pictures, text msgs, browser history, contacts, gps except during calls. When they failed to find any solid forensic evidence and little to support the claims of abuse or much else, the CPD was pressed on all sides to find evidence against BC, their investigation ground along with a growing number of people being interviewed by CPD and becoming afraid things private being made public -- their secret lives, sexual, financial, almost anything including some that are illegal.
Did that happen in this case? Probably not. But is has happened in others.
The man clocked in at FL at 7:24. Google Maps estimates drive time at 7 minutes. If you allow 10 minutes between sighting and punching in, that makes it 7:14.
From what little we think we know about the event log entry, and from the tiny amount I think I might know, I suspect the mismatch is between its properties as seen on the Cisco lan at its facility versus the properties projected through the VPN. Since BC was working Alpha systems, there might be rules preventing projection of test systems through the VPN without taking some extra action, or almost anything else not being allowed remotely.