I told you yesterday about the trial of Robert Camarano for the murder of Michelle Hyams. You'll recall that he's representing himself, having ignored repeated advice from the Judge hearing the case.
Yesterday, the prosecution entered into evidence files taken from the victims computer that foresaw her death at Camarano's hands only days before the murder. While cross examining the NYPD forensic expert who had extracted all of the files. Camarano repeatedly tried to suggest that someone else could have written and planted the damning documents on Hyams' computer, to which the witness responded, "All I can tell you is they are documents created on that computer" and that Ms. Hyams was logged in at the time they were created.
Then Camarano dropped his bombshell. He pointed out that the files in question all had titles ending in ".doc", clearly an indication that someone named Doc had actually written the files. Furthermore, he knows someone named Doc who could have had access to Hyams' computer.
I can't help thinking some of the jurors may make up their minds before deliberations begin.
Have they established he wasn't using Word Perfect yet?
Nope. I got nothin'.
I guess I really need to get that guy named Doc out of my computer at the office...he keeps making me a whole lot of work!!
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