(New York Post) Prosecutors and investigators in the murder case against Casey Anthony admitted they overlooked a smoking gun that could spelled doom for the acquitted tot mom, according to broadcast reports last night.

Someone inside the Anthony family home used the house computer — with Casey Anthony’s password — to Google search for “fool-proof suffication” on June 16, 2008, independent investigators told WKMG-TV in Orlando.

Google automatically corrected the misspelled “suffication” and linked pages describing ways to die by poisoning and suffocation.

WKMG’s findings seem to back up claims by Anthony’s own defense lawyer, Jose Baez, who first dropped the Internet-search bombshell this past summer, in his book “Presumed Guilty, Casey Anthony: The Inside Story.”

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