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Man Accused Of Murder Had A Photo On His Phone Of Asking Siri Where To Hide A Body

Florida detectives accuse Pedro Bravo of killing his former friend, and a photo on his iPhone showing a Siri exchange with the statement "I need to hide my roommate" was introduced in court.

Posted on August 13, 2014, at 2:56 a.m. ET

Updated — Aug. 13, 1:30 p.m. ET:

Pedro Bravo in court footage.

Pedro Bravo is accused of kidnapping and murdering his friend Christian Aguilar in 2012.

Aguilar disappeared from Gainesville, Florida, in September 2012. Within days, police had charged Bravo with homicide, kidnapping, poisoning, and a handful of other charges, The Gainesville Sun reported. Both men were from the Miami area and had gone to school together, but their friendship fell apart when Bravo's ex-girlfriend started dating Aguilar. Police say Aguilar disappeared after Bravo gave him a ride to Best Buy to pick up a Kanye West CD.

Aguilar was missing for weeks, but in October of that year hunters found his body in a rural part of Levy County, Florida. It was buried in a shallow grave.

Bravo's trial began last week.

AP Photo/The Gainesville Sun, Doug Finger

Bravo, right, at his trial Tuesday.

During the trial Tuesday, prosecutors asked detective Matt Goeckel about a photo on Bravo's iPhone with a Siri exchange that featured the statement "I need to hide my roommate."

The screen grab had a follow-up question: "what kind of place are you looking for? Swamps. Reservoirs. Metal foundries. Dumps."

Bravo's defense team countered there was no evidence Bravo himself made the inquiry and the photo was just one of hundreds on his phone.

AP Photo/The Gainesville Sun, Doug Finger

Goeckel, pictured above during Tuesday's testimony, agreed there was no evidence Bravo made the Siri inquiry.

Earlier reports on Goeckel's testimony, some of which were linked to in an earlier version of this article, indicated he said Bravo had made the Siri inquiry, which the Gainseville Police Department has vigorously denied.

The detective also said Bravo's phone flashlight was on during the same time forensic experts believe the body was being buried.

The phone was actually disconnected from the network during the time when police say Bravo was hiding Aguilar's body, The Gainesville Sun reported. Nevertheless, investigators still managed to discover that his flashlight app was turned on for a total of 48 minutes that day.

Location data obtained from the iPhone also doesn't match what Bravo told police about his whereabouts the day following Aguilar's disappearance, Gainesville Police Department Detective Matt Goeckel said Tuesday.

The Gainesville Police Department / Via

An experiment conducted by BuzzFeed Tuesday showed that Siri doesn't offer advice on how to hide bodies.

Jim Dalrymple II
Jim Dalrymple II

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