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BRITON Neil Entwistle searched the internet for the “best” way to kill someone just four days before his American wife and baby daughter were murdered, a court was told yesterday.
Detective Lawrence James showed the jury a diagram recovered from the internet history of Entwistle’s laptop which showed the major human arteries and a number of “strike points” in the chest.
The 29-year-old former IT worker denies killing his 27-year-old wife Rachel and nine-month-old daughter Lillian Rose at their home in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, on January 20 2006.
Mr James, a computer specialist, said the diagram of the major arteries was on a website.
The diagram, which was found following an internet search for “how to kill with a knife”, was accessed shortly after 11.30pm on January 16, said Mr James.
Entwistle faces life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of the double murder.
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