By Alexis Tereszcuk
Radar Staff Reporter
In another shocking day of testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, a witness said the words “death” and “chloroform” were searched for on a computer taken from the Anthony home.
Casey, 25, is on trial for the first degree murder of her daughter, Caylee Marie, whose body was found in December 2008, after her mother reported her missing in July.
John Dennis Bradley, the CEO and founder of SiQuest Corporation, testified that someone searched ominous words on the computer confiscated from Casey Anthony’s home.
Death, chloroform, internal bleeding, ruptured spleen, self-defense, chest trauma, inhalation, hand to hand combat were among the words Bradley said were searched on Google and Wikipedia.
He said he used his computer program to reconstruct internet history from the Anthony’s desktop computer’s hard drive. Bradley testified that the search term: “How to make chloroform?” spelled incorrectly was input on Google but the result came back with the correct spelling.
Bradley dropped the bombshell that these searches were visited frequently. “I believe that some of these items might have been actually bookmarked.
In other testimony on Wednesday, a dog handler testified that a cadaver dog detected possible human remains at Casey Anthony’s home.
Sgt. Kristin Brewer’s K-9 partner testified that the dog, Bones, was in the Anthony home backyard in July 2008 and he gave a “trained final alert,” which indicated possible human remains in the back yard.
Casey’s defense has claimed that Caylee drowned in the family pool accidentally on June 16, 2008 and Casey’s father George helped his daughter cover-up her death.
Anthony could face the death penalty if she is convicted.