Casey Anthony: Forensic Trail Connects The Dots

According to a source close to the case, three findings buried deep in the forensic evidence could be the link between Casey Anthony and the remains of her daughter, Caylee, which were found in the woods nearly a year ago.

From WESH:

In a report from the so-called “body farm” in Tennessee, Dr. Arpad Vass found a substance called “adipocere,” which is commonly referred to as “grave wax” on paper towels recovered from a trash bag inside Anthony’s car trunk. That dark, flaky substance he said comes from decomposing fatty tissues in humans and pigs.

In a more recent report, entomologist Neil Haskell found coffin flies on the paper towels and inside Anthony’s car trunk. He concluded someone wiped up decomposition fluids in the trunk.

Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez, said, “I’ve got four lawyers who are dying to cross-examine him.”

The source within the investigation also points out an FBI lab finding that hairs recovered from Caylee Anthony’s skull and to the single strand with the so-called death band recovered from the trunk.

The FBI report said they exhibit the “the same microscopic characteristics” and are “consistent with originating from the same source.”

While that FBI report states the hairs do not constitute a basis for absolute personal identification, it can be argued the hair from a dead body inside Anthony’s trunk matches strands from Caylee’s skull.

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10 Comments on “Casey Anthony: Forensic Trail Connects The Dots”

  1. OneOp Says:

    John Kreuzer! You are getting really good at this! πŸ™‚ Thank you for pulling
    all that together, I forgot or did not hear about the paper towel, and wondered where the coffin fly came from. What a term, coffin fly, ugh!

  2. kreuzer33 Says:

    Sorry. Can’t take the credit.

    I just find the articles and bring them to you guys to discuss. Wish I had the time to do that πŸ™‚

    Make sure you click the links to read the complete articles.

  3. ONEOp Says:

    Well John you found them for me:-) I didn’t have to move a eyeball πŸ™‚
    That I appreciate!

  4. kreuzer33 Says:

    Ha Ha! I aim to please πŸ™‚

  5. jΓ­m beam Says:

    I saw this article at WESH and was just envisioning the specifics of what Dr. Vass is suggesting: Casey wiping up greasy flaky residue from the decomposting corpse of her toddler daughter from the carpet of her car trunk with a roll of paper towels and tossing them into a garbage bag. I try to stay neutral about the things reported in this case, but that picture is a doozy.

  6. OneOp Says:

    Jim Beam, The guy that took her to bed after that clean up must still be having nightmares. Wow! Can you imagine?

  7. OneOp Says:

    HEY! What happened to my red face? I want it back!

  8. OneOp Says:

    Geez, I looked sick just a minute ago. lol

  9. Honeydog0629 Says:

    *ONE OP*… Trying to steal my little green Alien-Angel huh!! You little “Devil” you! (LOL). I was reading some additional information today— specifically about the earlier reports of Casey’s car being parked on the side of the road, the “Witness” who claims seeing her coming out of the Woods and getting into her Trunk, the car being later abandoned, and her sudden start-up of Cell-Phone Usage afterwards, all occurring on June 16th. I don’t care WHO’s “Dying to cross-examine” the Forensic and Entomologist Experts, the “Timeline” has been pretty-much fingered to boot, and a CHILD could connect the “Dots” of this Picture.

  10. Boston Says:

    I find it sad and revolting that Mr Baez can state that he has four lawyers who will re-examine the experts and the evidence found at the final resting place. I could see him opening up this cans of worms if in fact they revealed credible evidence which would/could exonerate his client-like an unknown fingerprint or scientific evidence that the remains were moved by someone other than Mother Nature.

    This type of cross examination could exonerate his client if in fact he could prove someone else placed Caylee in the trunk with masking tape over her nose and mouth.

    What will it take for the defense to say,”Let’s honor Caylee by saving her mother’s life”?

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