Casey Anthony: Trial’s 4th Week Begins…
In looking at how testimony has progressed so far, the fourth week of Casey Anthony’s murder trial could result in the close of the prosecution’s case and the beginning for the defense team.
Only a few prosecution witnesses remain, including a trace-evidence analyst and a tattoo artist Anthony visited in the weeks following her daughter’s disappearance.
Over the weekend, an insect expert testified that tiny flies found in the trunk of the Orlando woman’s car fit the theory that the body of her 2-year-old daughter was stored there — perhaps for three to five days.
The flies suggest something began to decompose inside the trunk, but do not prove that the material was a human body, said Neal Haskell, a forensic entomologist from Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Indiana. Such flies will feed on many things, he said.
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