Enterprises TV to Report on the "Dumbest Murderer" on an Upcoming Segment
08/24/2014

Enterprises TV notes that it doesn't take a genius to commit a crime ... in fact, it's usually the opposite.

Online PR News – 24-August-2014 – Coral Springs, Florida – Enterprises TV recalls the old adage regarding a "best friend" as being one who will help you hide the body of someone you've killed. When that old chestnut was created, nobody foresaw the existence of smart phones and personal assistants like Siri. Also, nobody foresaw that anyone would be stupid enough as to actually do it. How times have changed. A Florida man has been tried not only for killing his roommate but, in the process, asking his iPhone assistant, Siri, for help in hiding the body. As a joke -- because they thought no one would ever be so stupid as to actually do this -- the developers of Siri's operating system had programmed the voice to respond: "What kind of place are you looking for? Swamps? Reservoirs? Metal foundries? Dumps?" The murderer is receiving his just deserts and the developers of Siri have replaced the programmed response with: "What, again?"

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