Are Websleuthers Smarter Than Cops: Casey Anthony's Google Search
Online crime sleuthers have played an integral role in the Casey Anthony case since the beginning. From sleuthing for photos of her partying when she should have been looking for her daughter to the newest twist of computer searches for "fool-proof suffication" the crime sleuthers were and are still sleuthing.
The question is are they doing better work than the cops? Tricia Griffith, the founder of the website, discussed how one of her sleuthers uncovered the latest. Also weighing in is Levi Page, host of the Levi Page Show.
Mugshots are Forever
If you get arrested and your mugshot gets posted on a website such as mugshots.com or arrests.com and then you are found not guilty of whatever crime your were accused of, it will still cost ou hundreds of dollars to get your mugshot taken down.
Mugshots are public records and being exonerated doesn't change that. And since, websites are NOT required to legally take them down, they don't unless they are paid to do so ... to the tune of between $400- $1,500 a picture.