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If you're planning a murder, don't search for tips on Google

My colleagues at the Crime Scene blog have a helpful tip for anyone with murder on the mind: don't use search engines to look for tips on killing. Cops found a suspect of a Massachusetts murder to have searched for "How to kill with knife" in Google just days before the murder: Murder suspect Googled 'How to kill with knife'

If there's anything I've learned from computer forensic specialists, it's that you can learn a lot from someone's hard drive.


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Damn. Too late.


What will they think of next - precognition and thought crimes?

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