Suspected Killer, Child Molester Encrypts Key Evidence on Computer:
This is a week old, but I missed it the first time around. The Associated Press reports:
  Joseph Duncan III is a computer expert who bragged online, days before authorities believe he killed three people in Idaho, about a tell-all journal that would not be accessed for decades, authorities say.
  Duncan, 42, a convicted sex offender, figured technology would catch up in 30 years, "and then the world will know who I really was, and what I really did, and what I really thought," he wrote May 13.
  Police seized Duncan's computer equipment from his Fargo apartment last August, when they were looking for evidence in a Detroit Lakes, Minn., child molestation case.
  At least one compact disc and a part of his hard drive were encrypted well enough that one of the region's top computer forensic specialists could not access it, The Forum reported Monday.
  According to the article, Duncan is a suspect in a number of murders, several of them children. State investigators have now passed on the computer to the FBI, which will see if it can crack the encryption. (Hat tip: Bruce Schneier)