The cell phone belonging to Rebecca Zahau is going to be re-examined by the San Diego Sheriff’s Department. According to the San Diego Union Tribune the Sheriff’s Department is going to use technology that was not available when the phone was first studied.
According to the newspaper the phone was originally searched manually but now “…with a new Windows-based operating system…” law enforcement will take a closer look at the phone.
In a statement from the Zahau family Attorney Anne M. Bremner says …
“Please be advised that I represent the family of Rebecca Zahau. I understand that you have received a letter from Jonah Shacknai requesting a review of the SDSD’s investigation of Rebecca’s death (and their conclusion that she committed suicide). I will be respectfully submitting to you a formal and detailed response to Mr. Shacknai’s letter (which was not copied to me nor to my clients). In the interim, I want to be on record that we are not requesting a review. Rather, we are requesting a full independent INVESTIGATION into the circumstances surrounding Rebecca’s tragic death – with full input from us, our investigators and our experts. We have significant and compelling information, analysis and crucial and pivotal facts to share. We have also retained nearly ten unimpeachable experts who with ample bases challenge the finding of suicide. We also have new compelling evidence to be investigated and new critical witnesses to be interviewed. Thank you.“