Casey Anthony: Focus Shifts to Garbage Bag
The defense team questioned crime scene investigator Gerardo Bloise about why he dried out a garbage found in a bag in accused murderer Casey Anthony’s car. The bag is significant because the defense believes a foul odor in the car came from the garbage, while prosecutors have stated that the smell was of human decomposition.
From Fox News:
“You had no idea it would alter significant items in this case?” defense attorney Jose Baez said during cross-examination.
Bloise said he was following protocol, since drying out evidence preserves it and makes it easier to examine.
A scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory also returned to the witness stand Tuesday. Arpad Vass, who developed a new technique for detecting decaying bodies, testified all day Monday.
He described smelling an “overwhelmingly strong” odor of human decomposition in an air sample taken from Anthony’s car.
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