Brian Walshe, who is charged with murdering his missing wife Ana, had a gruesome search history on his young son’s iPad, including “10 ways to dispose of a body,” prosecutors say. An attorney for Walshe released a statement – saying in part – “We shall see what they have and what evidence is admissible in court, where the case will ultimately be decided.” NBC News’ Kristen Dahlgren reports on the disturbing new details.
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