Cops: Anthony Searched for 'Neck Breaking,' 'Chloroform'

Evidence disclosed in missing toddler case
By Nick McMaster,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 27, 2008 1:26 PM CST
Cops: Anthony Searched for 'Neck Breaking,' 'Chloroform'
This undated file photo shows Caylee Marie Anthony, 2, who has been missing since July.   (AP Photo)

A computer in the home of the Florida woman suspected in the disappearance and likely death of her 2-year-old daughter was used to search Google for “neck breaking,” and “shovel,” the Orlando Sentinel reports. “Death,” “inhalation” and “chloroform” were also Wikipedia queries on Casey Anthony’s computer, according to new information released by the Florida State Attorney’s Office in the Caylee Anthony case.

More new details from the evidence provided today:

  • In an email to Casey Anthony's mother, an uncle wrote after Casey’s arrest “I would believe the tooth fairy or ET or Santa before I trusted and believed in Casey.”
  • Casey Anthony’s grandmother claims Casey stole from her numerous times, including $354 to pay a cell-phone bill.
  • When Anthony was arrested, she texted “I am the dumbest person and the worst mother. I honestly hate myself," to boyfriend Anthony Lazzaro.
(More Casey Anthony stories.)

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