Brian Walshe Google History Before and After Killing His Wife Ana Walshe

According to prosecutors, these are the Google searches Brian Walshe conducted prior to and following the murder of his wife Ana Walshe:

  • What’s the best state to divorce for a man.
  • Dismemberment and the best ways to dispose of a body.
  • Can you be charged with murder without a body.

These are just a few of the Google searches that prosecutors say Brian Walshe made in the days before and after he allegedly killed his wife Ana, cut her up, and put her parts in dumpsters around suburban Boston.

The disturbing searches were read out loud in court Wednesday, when Brian Walshe, 47, was charged with murder and digging up a body without permission. He has been accused of lying to investigators who were looking into where his wife went.

He has said he is not guilty of all the charges, and his lawyer said the evidence against him was not very strong. Except for one, all of the Google searches were done after Ana Walshe was last seen on January 1 and before her workplace reported her missing on January 4.

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Misty Marris, a defense attorney, told CNN that the Google searches “really gave investigators a blueprint of what to look for and where to look.”

Marris said that one search was about divorce and another was about an inheritance, both of which gave prosecutors clues about why Brian Walshe was interested in dismembering and getting rid of a body.

“The story is really coming together, and those Google searches, they were essential to putting together the pieces,” she said. The prosecutor said that some of the searches were done on his son’s iPad, which made them even worse.

At Brian Walshe’s arraignment on Wednesday, the court heard about his Google searches and what prosecutors say he was doing at the time:

December 27:

  • What’s the best state to divorce for a man.

January 1:

Brian and Ana Walshe went to bed on January 1 after celebrating the new year with a friend, Brian told investigators, according to an affidavit filed by prosecutors.

He told the cops Ana Walshe left early that morning for her job in Washington DC, the affidavit states, but there is no evidence she left the home.

  • 4:55 a.m. – How long before a body starts to smell.
  • 4:58 a.m. – How to stop a body from decomposing.
  • 5:47 a.m. – 10 ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to.
  • 6:25 a.m. – How long for someone to be missing to inherit.
  • 6:34 a.m. – Can you throw away body parts.
  • 9:29 a.m. – What does formaldehyde do.
  • 9:34 a.m. – How long does DNA last.
  • 9:59 a.m. – Can identification be made on partial remains.
  • 11:34 a.m. – Dismemberment and the best ways to dispose of a body.
  • 11:44 a.m. – How to clean blood from wooden floor.
  • 11:56 a.m. – Luminol to detect blood.
  • 1:08 p.m. – What happens when you put body parts in ammonia.
  • 1:21 p.m. – Is it better to put crime scene clothes away or wash them.

January 2:

Prosecutors say that on January 2, Brian Walshe went to a Home Depot and bought supplies, including mops, a bucket, goggles, tarps, a hatchet, and baking soda, for $450 in cash.

  • 12:45 p.m. – Hacksaw best tool to dismember.
  • 1:10 p.m. – Can you be charged with murder without a body.
  • 1:14 p.m. – Can you identify a body with broken teeth.

January 3:

  • 1:02 p.m. – What happens to hair on a dead body.
  • 1:13 p.m. – What is the rate of decomposition of a body found in a plastic bag compared to on a surface in the woods.
  • 1:20 p.m. – Can baking soda mask or make a body smell good.

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