Ramsaran time frame does not add up, prosecution says

NORWICH — Ganesh R. Ramsaran gave police a time frame in which his late wife Jennifer Ramsaran left their home to shop in Syracuse. According to testimony in Chenango County Court Friday, Jennifer’s iPhone connected to the home’s WiFi after Ramsaran said she was already gone.



Andrew Tocheny, representing the New York State Police computer crime unit, said Jennifer Ramsaran’s phone connected to the Ramsaran’s home wireless internet signal at 10:57 a.m., while authorities said Ganesh Ramsaran reported Jennifer Ramsaran had left the home between 10 and 10:30 a.m. on a shopping trip to Syracuse.

Tocheny said — and Chenango County District Attorney repeated — the home’s wireless router was named “PsychoG.”

The witness said the program used by the agency could retrieve text messages, call logs, and deleted information, depending on the phone’s make and model.

Tocheny said his agency received the phone on Dec. 18, 2012, the data was collected the following day, and it was on Dec 20, 2012 when it was found that Jennifer Ramsaran’s phone connected to the home’s Wifi.


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