Yesterday, a software designer who testified at Casey Anthony's trial announced that prosecutors and police had made a mistake when they asserted that Casey searched extensively for "choloroform" on her computer.
According to designer John Bradley, Casey visited a "crucial web site" about choloroform usage only one time, as opposed to 84 times, which is what the prosecution had said.
There's certainly a vast difference between visiting a web site once as opposed to 84 times…but why did she feel the need to search for chloroform at all???
What do U think about this new information? Does this change your opinion about her guilt one way or the other?
[Image via AP Images.]
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