An FBI agent challenged Letecia Stauch over suspicious research

On Friday, jurors heard audio of an FBI agent confronting a suspected murderous stepmother during her suspicious and suppressed web searches, such as blood gushing from an arterial ‘bleed’ and ‘I don’t like my son in law”.

The defendant, Letecia Stauch, 39, denied carrying out such searches.

“What?” she said, denying having looked for her.

“It’s coming from your phone,” former FBI agent Jonathan Grusing said.

Regarding “How to remove blood from sheets?” Stauch claimed it was nosebleeds staining sheets belonging to his 11-year-old stepson Gannon Stauch.

Letecia Stauch is charged with murder and other charges for allegedly stabbing the child 18 times and shooting him in the head at their home in Colorado Springs, Colorado on January 27, 2020. Afterwards, she allegedly hid her body, lied to family and law enforcement. about her disappearance and dumped her remains in a suitcase in Pensacola, Florida.

The defense argues that she was insane, living with dissociative identity disorder. Prosecutors argue, however, that she knew what she was doing when she lied to authorities, the child’s father, her own family and even a reporter who spoke to her during Gannon’s disappearance.

Bridge workers discovered Gannon’s suitcase and body on March 20, 2020.

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