Could newly revealed evidence have changed the verdict in the Casey Anthony murder trial? Shocking revelations from investigators show how they missed a critical search on a computer in the Anthony home.
Just hours before Caylee died, someone used Casey Anthony's password-protected account and typed the phrase "fool-proof suffocation" (misspelling the last word). The search was done on a Firefox browser, but police only checked the computer searches on Internet Explorer.
Jane speaks to our legal experts about the effect this evidence could have had on this case.
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