"I searched for chloroform," said Cindy Anthony, as jurors leaned forward, riveted, in the Orlando courtroom.I guess it's more plausible than attributing the search on a two-year-old, but really. I guess the thought process is, "My dogs were eating bamboo, I realized that bamboo contains chlorophyll, I wanted to know if chlorophyll is harmful to dogs, so I searched for 'chlorophyll' - but I didn't know how it was spelled so I ended up searching for 'chloroform'."
"I was searching for 'chlorophyll' because I was worried that it might affect my dogs," Cindy said. "I was worried about them eating bamboo."
I suspect that most people searching for information on the possible consequences to their dogs from eating grass search for such terms as "dogs eating bamboo", and that most people who are looking for the effect of chlorophyll on dogs would search for something like "chlorophyll dogs", perhaps ending up with a twisted search term that would be of concern to PETA but not of much relevance in a criminal trial.