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Daughter-in-law Pleads Not Guilty In Woman's Death

Experts say law enforcement?s use of cellphone records can be inaccurate - The Washington Post

She told the judge that she and Diana Nadell drove to Valley Cottage, N.Y., from Washington, D.C., where she choked Peggy Nadell with a pocketbook strap before Diana Nadell beat her and stabbed her multiple times. Peggy Nadell's daughter, Susanne Nadell-Scaccio, found her dead Jan. 25 with a knife in her chest.
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Diana Nadell court 062514 Ive seen proof that two individuals, subscribed to the same cellular provider, standing next to each other on surveillance can still get different towers. We have never seen courtroom evidence, Cherry said, that authenticates an antennas range. The use of historical cell-site locator data is different than real-time triangulation of three cell towers to locate a phone, or GPS technology using satellites. The accuracy of those technologies is not in dispute, but phone companies do not save GPS or triangulation data for an individual phone so that information is not used as evidence.
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