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Alaska police have charged an Anchorage man with murder on Tuesday after a disturbing video was found in a mysterious, memory card, reportedly caught the suspect in the abuse and killing of a woman whose remains were recently discovered in the vicinity of a highway.
Brian Steven Smith, a 48-year-old, reportedly from South Africa, was arrested at Ted Stevens International Airport after investigators linked him to the crime.
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Less than a month earlier, on Sept. 30, someone called Anchorage Police to say that “an SD card with a video of a murder,” according to a news release from the state government. The caller told police the card was found to be in the middle of the street in the Fairview neighborhood of Anchorage.
In the handling of the card, the police said, “it featured a number of videos that appeared to show the attack and the subsequent killing of an adult female, and an investigation has been opened. Days later, on Oct. 2, police found the human remains on the side of the road.
The researchers believe that the remains found along the highway belonged to a woman killed in the video, and they believe Smith killed her as in the beginning of September, and the recorded images, and videos. It’s hard to tell who the woman was, however, the authorities are working to identify and determine how they died.
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There are 39 images and 12 videos on the card, according to the charging document filed in court by the Alaska Department of Law. The videos show a woman being strangled in a film, a man was heard to say: “just … die.”
The photos apparently show the woman in a blanket, on a hotel luggage cart is in the vicinity of the truck and into the truck bed, per doc.
The police said the body was found in the milepost 108 of the Seward Highway on Oct. 2.
Authorities who have studied the videos and the pictures, ” she said, remembering Smith’s previous research, and found out that he was registered at the beginning of September for a room at a hotel with a carpet that matches the one shown in the picture. There was no immediate information on the previous work, in which Smith did.
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Smith appeared in court Wednesday, where a judge said that he would be appointed a public defender. The assistant district Attorney Brittany Dunlop said, is the process of asking for the case to be brought before a grand jury.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.