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Google search for "Foolproof Suffocation" found on Casey Anthony's computer from the day her daughter disappeared -
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They were a great band.  You should really check out their second album.
Seems like this should have been uncovered sometime before the verdict was handed down...
And with that you finally left my circles.
I'm interested to know how a suffocation that's not foolproof works. The victim continues breathing normally despite being smothered with a pillow?
I'm glad searching for something isn't considered a crime in America. We would all be guilty of something.
Searching for something is not a crime. But when you're suspected of committing a crime, what you do in public is subject to reasonable search. Pro Tip: The Internet is public. 
"In 2006, Justin Barber was sentenced to life in prison for murdering his wife..... He’d also downloaded and then deleted the Guns N’Roses song “Used To Love Her” that details murdering one’s significant other."

Tell me they truthfully didn't sentence someone to life over a freaking song. Geesh are we still in the days when we blame Marilyn Manson for our kids doing a columbine?
I wonder what the ramifications are if one were running something like TrackMeNot ( )  From the developer's website: TrackMeNot runs in Firefox as a low-priority background process that periodically issues randomized search-queries to popular search engines, e.g., AOL, Yahoo!, Google, and Bing. It hides users' actual search trails in a cloud of 'ghost' queries, significantly increasing the difficulty of aggregating such data into accurate or identifying user profiles.
Would this evidence have been enough for a guilty verdict? I'm guessing not.
I don't think anyone in Florida really wanted to convict this woman...
I think it would have been enough.
Hey ease up on the Sunshine State....we all wanted her dead,dead, you feel better now...
So long Techcrunch. I'd say its been a blast but it hasn't. 
Foolproof suffocation sounds like a weird search term.
How to suffocate a person or how to smother someone sound like a more realistic search term.

And she's still innocent...
I don't understand how this woman could not show grief or love for her child when she knew she was dead. Regardless of who killed her daughter or how it happened she didn't seem to love her daughter. Her behavior indicates her guilt and the evidence doesn't clear her or support her lawyers position that she drowned. 
+fran moimoi Many witness say Casey was happy after her daughters death and that isn't consistent with the emotions of grief a mother feels after she loses a child. I know from personal experience because I lost twins at birth and you can see what I mean in other cases like the mother in NY who recently lost her children to murder caused by her own Nanny. Mother's who love their children are overcome with the pain of grief and often they require sedation and/or hospitalization. Real grief isn't anything that can be suppressed with a few shots of vodka and it certainly isn't something somebody can hide. Take a look here:

Also, whatever she has in her locket is too little too late...
We won't always have every fact or detail in every murder case. Most murderers try to get away with their crimes and not disclose them. With that said we can't be a society that lets people off because we weren't there to witness the murder. We need to do a better job than to talk ourselves out of the truth. Love from a mother to a child is consistent no matter color, ethnicity, age or time in history.

Take a look at an ancient text describing the pain a mother feels when she loses her child: Jer. 31:15..."This is what the LORD says: "A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great weeping, Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because her children are no more."

Our justice system truly failed this child and you're right it doesn't matter anymore.
Maybe they were logged into google at the time...results not provuded 
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