Expert says assertion that chloroform was searched for “84 times” was based on bad computer data. It was in fact searched for one-time only, and in relation to a MySpace post made by Ricardo Morales. The prosecution were well aware of this. It also explains why the prosecution decided against using it in their closing arguments, even though they brought it up numerous times during the trial. Both MSNBC & the New York Times tried contacting the prosecutors for their comments, but they failed to respond.
Here’s the TODAY video in full w/Kerry Sanders: