(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.
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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."