Prosecutors reveal the 21 Google searches Brian Walshe allegedly made before and after wife vanished
“What’s the best state to divorce for a man” and “Can you be charged with murder without a body” were just two of the 21 Google searches prosecutors say Brian Walshe made in the days before and after he allegedly killed his wife. Walshe is charged with murder and disinterring a body without authority in addition to a previous charge of misleading investigators who were looking into his wife’s disappearance. Criminal defense attorney Mark O’Mara joins AC360 to discuss if he agrees with Walshe’s attorney who said the prosecution’s case isn’t strong.
Plus, two New Jersey veterans say that now-Congressman George Santos agreed to raise money for a lifesaving surgery for one of their dogs in 2016 but ended up taking off with the money raised by the GoFundMe. Jacqueline Sweet is an editor at Patch who first reported the new allegations. She tells Anderson Cooper how the veterans reacted when they first saw Santos on television.
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