Re: Clearwater PD files on Kyle Brennan's death First the computer forensical report states that "there was no evidence that any files had been deleted" [page 28 of "page one includes statements.pdf]. Then Gerry tells some story in his interrogation, that he tried to copy some files from the laptop to a thumb drive, converted the files and then accidentally copied the converted files back onto the laptop and erased them after seeing his mistake. [page 46 of "page one includes statements.pdf"] 1. Then why didn't the forensical report found evidence of any erased files? 2. Why did he even put the thumb drive back into the laptop, after he had copied the files on his computer and converted them there? 3. How could it happen that he "accidentally" copied the files from there back to the laptop? Also the forensical report states, that the "Suspicious Activity" file/folder had somehow been accessed by "Bigfile.exe" and could therefore not longer be accessed for review. ? bigfix.exe - Bigfix, Delete and Removal Information! How could this "BigFix.exe" tool possibly make a file inaccessible for a computer expert?