Reports surfaced Monday that the Florida sheriff's office that investigated the disappearance of Caylee Anthony overlooked evidence that someone used Casey Anthony's computer to conduct a Google search for "foolproof suffocation," the MSN via the Associated Press reported.
According to MSN via the Associated Press, investigators noted 17 entries for that search term using Internet Explorer as the browser. However, they overlooked 1200 Mozilla Firefox searches, the browser Casey Anthony was reportedly partial to using, for the same term.
The internet activity immediately following the Firefox searches consisted of visits to Myspace, according to MSN via the Associated Press.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that during the trial the prosecution presented a lot of evidence of computer searches Anthony supposedly conducted, but the defense was able rebut all of them.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that the missing evidence would not have affected the verdict. Even in light of this evidence, Anthony would still likely have been acquitted, the Orlando Sentinel reported.