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Brian Walshe did these Google searches before and after killing his wife Anna Walshe, according to prosecutors

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Prosecutors say these are just some of the Google searches Brian Walshe made before and after he allegedly killed his wife, Ana, dismembered her and dumped her remains in a garbage dump in suburban Boston. gave.

Prosecutor Lynn Beland read aloud to the court the disturbing record during the hearing, which charged Brian Walshe, 47, with murder and unauthorized dismemberment of a body. He was earlier accused of misleading the investigators in connection with the disappearance of his wife. Walshe pleaded not guilty to all charges, and his defense attorney suggested that the evidence against him was not strong.

All but one of the Google searches were done after Anna Walshe was last seen on January 1 and before she was reported missing on January 4 near where she works.

Defense attorney Misty Maris told CNN that a Google search “really gives investigators a map of what to look for and where to look.”

Maris said that in particular, the searches revealed insights into his motive, including a focus on the dismemberment and disposal of prosecutor Brian Walshe’s body, as well as a search on divorce and another on inheritance.

“The story is really coming together, and the Google searches were necessary to put those pieces together,” he said.

John Miller, the police chief and CNN intelligence analyst, similarly said: “He basically put questions about his plan into Google searches, as prosecutors allege.”

The prosecutor said that some of them were conducted on her son’s iPad, adding to the incriminating nature of the searches.

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Brian Walshe appeared in Quincy District Court this Wednesday, facing charges of murder and dismemberment of a body without authority. credit: WBTS

Here’s a timeline of the Google searches that were mentioned during Brian Walshe’s arraignment in court on Wednesday, along with what prosecutors say he was doing at the time:

December 27:

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January 1: They told investigators that Brian and Anna Walshe went to bed around 1 or 1:30 a.m. after celebrating the New Year with a friend, an affidavit read. The affidavit states that Brian Walshe told police that Anna Walshe left for work in Washington early in the morning, but there is no evidence that she left the house.

  • 4:55 am – How long does it take for body odor to go away?
  • 4:58 AM – How to stop the body from rotting?
  • 5:47 am – 10 ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to
  • 6:25 am – How long does someone have to be missing in inheritance
  • 6:34 am – Can you drop body parts?
  • 9:29 AM – What does formaldehyde do?
  • 9:34 AM – How long does DNA last?
  • 9:59 AM – Can partial remains be identified?
  • 11:34 am – Best practices for dismemberment and body disposal.
  • 11:44 AM – How to clean blood from wooden floor?
  • 11:56 am – Luminol to detect blood.
  • 1:08 pm – What happens when you put body parts in ammonia?
  • 1:21 pm – Is it better to remove clothes from the crime scene or wash them?

January 2: According to prosecutors, Brian Walshe traveled to a Home Depot and paid $450 in cash for supplies including mops, a bucket, goggles, tarps, an ax and baking soda.

  • 12:45 PM – Hacksaw best tool for amputation.
  • 1:10 pm – Can you be charged with murder without a body?
  • 1:14 pm – Can you identify the body with the broken teeth?

January 3:

  • 1:02 pm – What happens to the hair on a corpse?
  • 1:13 pm – What is the rate of decomposition of a dead body found in a plastic bag compared to a surface in the woods?
  • 1:20 pm – Can baking soda hide or improve body odor?
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