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Witness details Entwistle's Web surfing on sex, slay sites

Active searches preceded slayings

By Franci R. Ellement
Globe Correspondent / June 19, 2008

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WOBURN - In the days just before the slayings of his wife and baby, Neil Entwistle's computer was used to troll for "blonde beauties" and "half-price escorts" on the Internet, look for jobs, search for last-minute airfares to England, and conduct Google searches for the words "knife in the neck kill" and "quick suicide method," a witness for the prosecution ... (Full article: 586 words)

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