Detective Mark Lounsbury comments on the Amero case
Network Performance Daily gives Detective Mark Lounsbury the opportunity to comment on the evidence the prosecution presented against Julie Amero, the substitute teacher facing up to 40 years in prison for exposing her students to unsolicited internet porn.
Lounsbury's essay is very general discussion of how the police might go about investigating a suspect's computer. He doesn't address the central points of contention in the Amero case. Perhaps he is not at liberty to do so, as Julie has not yet been sentenced.
You can also read the commentary of the defense's expert witness here.
I hope to write more on these two commentaries later today. In the meantime I encourage readers to compare the two commentaries for themselves. Remember that Lounsbury testified that he did not check the computer Amero was using for malware.