(CBS/WKMG/AP) ORLANDO, Fla. - The trial of Casey Anthony, the Florida
mom who is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, is set to
continue with more testimony from a computer forensics expert today.
Testimony is entering its 14th day, with prosecutors drawing connections between chloroform they say was present in Anthony's trunk and Internet searches about the chemical performed three months before Caylee disappeared.
John Dennis Bradley, a former Canadian law enforcement officer who now develops software for computer investigations, testified on Wednesday that he was able to use a program to recover deleted searches on the Anthony family desktop computer, reports CBS affiliate WKMG.
Bradley said on March 21, 2008 someone searched the website Sci-spot.com for the word "chloroform" 84 times.
"I believe some of these items might have been bookmarked," Bradley said of the search results, reports the station.
Under cross-examination, though, Bradley acknowledged there were two accounts on the desktop and there was no way to know who actually performed the searches.
Baez also pointed out that several of the searches, including ones for "self-defense" and "household weapons" had no bearing on his client's case, according to the station.
Bradley was the one of three computer forensic witnesses to take the stand Wednesday, which also included testimony from an officer who testified that his K-9 signaled that there was a scent of human composition in the Anthonys' backyard.
Caylee's skeletal remains were found in the woods near the Anthony family home in December 2008. Anthony, 25, could be sentenced to death if convicted of first-degree murder. She has pleaded not guilty and the defense claims Caylee accidentally drowned in the family's swimming pool.