Entwistle jury asks for computer data
WOBURN, Mass. -- The jury deliberating murder charges against a British man accused of fatally shooting his wife and baby has asked to see computer records for the day of the killings.
The jury in Middlesex Superior Court begin deliberating the fate of Neil Entwistle on Tuesday morning.
Later that afternoon, the jury requested a printout of activity on Entwistle's laptop computer from Jan. 20, 2006. That was the day his wife, Rachel, and their 9-month-old daughter were killed in their Hopkinton home.
During the trial, a computer expert testified that Entwistle checked his e-mail about 12:30 p.m. that day, about 90 minutes after Entwistle told police he discovered the bodies. The defense has said he was using his computer only for job searches that day.
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