The ability of investigators to track some of Joe Grozelle’s last actions before he disappeared may have been hampered by a military investigator who accessed the cadet’s computer before it was handed over to police experts, an inquest heard yesterday. Det.-Sgt. James Falconer, an expert in computer forensic investigation with the OPP, learned only yesterday that an investigator with the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service somehow changed a time setting on Grozelle’s computer in his dormitory room at Royal Military College…
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