By 2022, one would think that all would know planning a crime with Google searches would be incriminating; but no

Yahoo news: Brian Walshe pleads not guilty to murder: Everything we know about the case:

In court Wednesday, prosecutor Lynn Beland said investigators believe Brian Walshe dismembered his wife and disposed of her remains after using their son’s iPad to Google the best ways to get rid of a body, among other incriminating internet searches.

Included among them:

• “How long before a body starts to smell?”
• “How to stop a body from decomposing”
• “How to embalm a body”
• “10 ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to”
• “How long for someone to be missing to inherit”
• “What does formaldehyde do?”
• “How long does DNA last?”
• “Can identification be made on partial remains”
• “The best ways to dispose of a body”
• “How to clean blood from wooden floor”
• “What happens when you put body parts in ammonia?”
• “Hacksaw best tool to dismember”
• “Can you be charged with murder without a body?”

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