Three days before police say he murdered an Idaho family, Joseph Duncan bragged online about an encrypted, tell-all journal that wouldnâ€™t be broken into for decades. He figured technology would catch up in 30 years, â€œand then the world will know who I really was, and what I really did, and what I really thought,â€ he wrote May 13. Evidence seized at Duncanâ€™s home last year for another case suggests he may have been keeping such a journal. At least one compact disc and a portion of his hard drive were encrypted well enough that one of the regionâ€™s top computer forensic specialists couldnâ€™t access it…
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