Casey Anthony: Mother Claims She Searched for Chloroform, Not Daughter
Cindy Anthony claimed in court yesterday that, in fact, she was the one who searched the term “chloroform” on the family computer.
Do you buy it?
From Fox News:
Cindy Anthony said she had run the queries on chloroform while looking up information on chlorophyll, a green pigment found in plants. She believed her dogs may have been eating bamboo leaves containing chlorophyll. Cindy Anthony also said she ran searches on other chemicals, such as hydrogen peroxide, after she was informed about a hand sanitizer scare.
During cross-examination Thursday, prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick suggested that Cindy Anthony never mentioned the searches during depositions and that work records show she was at her job during the time the searches were made on the family’s home computer.
Cindy Anthony responded that she could leave work when she needed to and that the work records might not have reflected her absence.
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