'This guy is pure evil': Internet furious at Brian Walshe's disturbing Google searches on son's iPad
QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS: Brian Walshe, who pled not guilty to murdering his wife Ana Walshe made disturbing Google searches on his son's iPad and social media users are now furious at the accused, calling him a "monster." The shocking searches he made were revealed during his arraignment on Wednesday, January 18 at the Quincy District Court where he was charged with murder following Ana's missing since January 1, 2023.
Ana, 39, was first reported missing by her employer on January 4 after she failed to appear at work in Washington, D.C. However, Brian has not reported her missing until later that day. He told the cops that relating to a 'work emergency', his wife left their Cohasset home on January 1 and he has not seen her since she left the home for the airport. Walshe's arrest comes after the police learned about his search on the internet looking for 'how to dispose of a 115-pound woman's body'. On Monday, January 9, along with the police canines, investigators conducted a search near Walshe's mother's home in Peabody. Cops found a hatchet, a hacksaw, a rug, trash bags, and used cleaning supplies at a dumpster station, not far from Ana's house in Swampscott, 14 miles north of Boston, according to Daily Mail.
At his arraignment, the prosecutor read out the grisly list of searches on the internet he made on January 1 and 2 which includes, "Can you be charged with murder without a body?", "dismemberment and the best ways to dispose of a body", “how long does DNA last?”, “can you be charged with murder without a body?” and “hacksaw best tool to dismember,” according to CNN. Shortly before Ana's disappearance, he also made an online search for the “best state for divorce” for men.
Handcuffed and listening to the prosecutor reading out the incriminating searches he made, Brian shook his head at one point and remained stone-faced throughout the time. The prosecution revealed that Walshe has allegedly dismembered and discarded his wife's body. No further details on the investigation have been released as it remains unclear if the investigators have found supporting evidence or discovered missing Ana's body.
"His son's iPad?"
Furious at Walshe's disturbing internet searches using his son's iPad, the internet reacted to the 47-year-old father of three boys' actions. One user wrote, "Man! the amount of detail in that evidence! & using your own son's iPad! jeeeeeesus! no words" and another asked, "His son’s iPad?!?!?" A user remarked, "This guy is pure evil……those poor kids"
#BrianWalshe #MassachusettsMomMurdered #AnaWalshe @CourtTV— ADRIIENNE F. (@itsadriienne) January 18, 2023
man! the amount of detail in that evidence! & using your own sons ipad! jeeeeeesus! no words👀‼️🤦🏻♀️ @TedCourtTV @CourtTV pic.twitter.com/T2iem5TUwM
His son’s iPad?!?!?— Kristen Wilson (@klws04) January 18, 2023
This guy is pure evil……those poor kids— Jada 🌊💙🌊💙 -🚫NO LISTS PLEASE🚫 (@DogJada6275) January 18, 2023
Speculating whether the accused murderer was trying to frame his son, a user tweeted, "Was he framing the son?" and another wrote, "A monster"
"Some people are evil and stupid at the same time!," someone remarked while another wrote, "It's so sad. Praying for the family/loved ones as they mourn their loss. Those poor little boys"
Was he framing the son?— Thisismybravostanaccount (@Thisismybravos1) January 18, 2023
A monster— teri koval (@terigobruins) January 18, 2023
Some people are evil and stupid at the same time!— Josie Viper (@josieviper) January 18, 2023
It's so sad. Praying for the family/loved ones as they mourn their loss. Those poor little boys 😢💔— KalugeritsaPepper (@ADayInTheLife4M) January 18, 2023
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