Dileep cleared phones before submitting to court, Crime Branch finds in forensic analysis

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Dileep. Photo: PTI

Kochi: Key information regarding the forensic analysis of the mobile phones of actor Dileep in the conspiracy case are out. The investigating agency, the Crime Branch, found that Dileep destroyed the evidence in the phone on January 29, 30 at a lab in Mumbai.

The analysis of the phones also revealed that most data were removed on the eve the court ordered to submit the phones. Crime Branch also found during the investigation that the advocates of Dileep helped in the process. Four phones were sent in a courier to the lab in Mumbai. They tried to clear data on January 29. Following the court order to submit them, advocates collected them from the lab the next day.

Crime Branch suspect only two of the four phones sent to Mumbai were submitted in the court. They questioned the director and staff of the lab.

The Crime Branch analysed the phones at Thiruvananthapuram forensic lab. They also found evidence of another attempt of clearing the phones at a five-star hotel in Kochi.

Crime Branch also claim that a large share of information removed by Dileep was recovered.

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