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 October 11, 2017  Posted by  Business, Court, Surveillance

This topic was one that we discussed at the Privacy+Security Forum. With IoT increasing exponentially, it is the future of criminal investigations in some respects and what you don’t know about the devices you choose to wear or have in your home can come back to be a witness against you.  Justin Jouvenal reports:

The firefighter found Richard Dabate on the floor of his kitchen, where he had made a desperate 911 call minutes earlier, court records show. Bleeding and lashed to a chair with zip ties, the man moaned a chilling warning: “They’re still in the house.”

Smoke hung in the air, and a trail of blood led to a darkened basement, as Connecticut State Police swarmed the large home in the Hartford suburbs two days before Christmas in 2015.

Richard, 41, told authorities a masked intruder with a “Vin Diesel” voice killed his wife, Connie, in front of him and tortured him. Police combed the home and town of Ellington but found no suspect.

Read more on Chicago Tribune.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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