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Casey Anthony: More Documents Filed

May 24, 2010

You just had to click on the link and read, right! 🙂

On Monday, the prosecution and defense teams both filed new documents in the first-degree murder case against Casey Anthony. Further details can be found at the link below.

From the Orlando Sentinel:

One item filed by prosecutors was in response to a defense request asking the judge to order the state to provide certain forensic information, including details about labs that performed tests on evidence.

Meanwhile, defense attorney Jose Baez filed an amended deposition notice. Among the people scheduled to be questioned under oath by the defense team: a neighbor of the Anthony family and an Orange County Sheriff’s Office employee.


Casey Anthony: New Evidence Released (Link to Documents)

April 23, 2010

Nearly 300 pages of evidence have been released this morning in the case against Casey Anthony.

Here’s a link to the new documents.

From WESH:

Documents include evidence logs, lab work sheets and information regarding hair samples.

The transcript of an interview also suggested Lee Anthony, Casey Anthony’s brother, and his girlfriend, Mallory Parker, have believed for a long time that Casey Anthony killed Caylee Anthony.

Casey Anthony: New Documents and Photos Released

December 9, 2009

Prosecutors released more documents and new photos earlier today in the case against accused murderer Casey Anthony.

Photos can be seen on Documents can also be found on

From WESH:

The documents include several photos of Anthony and Caylee, including one showing the toddler wearing a shirt with the phrase “Big Trouble Comes In Small Packages.” Fragments of child’s T-shirt with the same slogan was found with Caylee’s remains in December 2008.

Also amid the documents is a television script discussing a jail phone call from Anthony to her brother, Lee, regarding Zenaida Gonzalez, who is the nanny Anthony maintains kidnapped Caylee.

Another document is wage information for the time that Anthony worked at Event Imaging Solutions, a photography vendor with Universal Studios. A finger print report on a bag of evidence from Anthony’s car was also included in that file. It showed no finger prints were found.

From Central Florida News:

Among the items released is a water depth report from the location where the body of Caylee Anthony was discovered.

Also released were some photos of Caylee and Casey Anthony playing the guitar.

Casey Anthony: Documents to be Released Today

December 9, 2009

The Florida State Attorney’s Office plans to release more documents in the Casey Anthony case today.

Guess we’ll have to wait and see what we learn from these new documents.

From the Orlando Sentinel:

The state will release about 30 pages today, adding to the more than 10,000 pages that have already been made public, a spokeswoman for the State Attorney’s Office said. The evidence is being made public in response to a public records request made by the Orlando Sentinel.

Casey Anthony: Chloroform Present in Bottle

November 6, 2009

Pretty big news in the case today as documents released today show that FBI lab technicians found traces of chloroform inside a bottle and a syringe found near the Florida site where Caylee Anthony’s remains were found.

Reports released last year show that someone at the Anthony’s home used the family computer to search the Web for directions on how to make chloroform and neck breaking


From the Orlando Sentinel:

The report from the FBI’s lab shows the Cool Blue-flavored Gatorade drink contained an “unknown liquid.” The bottle also contained a plastic bag labeled “Disposable Syringe Kit” with a plastic syringe inside of the bag.

A report generated in June and labeled “Summary of results” by Dr. Michael Rickenbach of the FBI indicates chemical tests show the syringe contained chloroform, testosterone, ethanol and water.

Chloroform has been depicted in movies and on television when a person uses a rag soaked in the liquid to cover the mouth and nose of another, making the victim lose consciousness. A person can die if too much of the chemical is inhaled. Chloroform also is the byproduct of contact between chorine used in swimming pools and skin, sweat or urine. Commercially, it is used in refrigeration.

Casey Anthony: More Documents Being Released Friday

April 30, 2009

The Florida State Attorney’s Office is expected to release hundreds of pages of documents Friday in the case against Casey Anthony.

From the Orlando Sentinel:

The investigative documents will include law enforcement interviews with witnesses and lab reports.

Public records laws require the state to release information prosecutors provide to the defense. The State Attorney’s Office has already turned over this information to Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez.

Thousands of pages of documents, hundreds of photos and other images and several sets of videos already have been made public by the State Attorney’s office.

Casey Anthony: Interviews Look At Her State of Mind

April 6, 2009

Many of us already knew this but it seems that Casey Anthony asked for sedatives after she found out a toddler’s remains had been found in woods near her family’s home. This is according to interviews with jail staff that were released earlier this morning.

It’s also expected that her attorney will release a statement later today.


From the Associated Press:

A medical supervisor at the jail where Casey Anthony is being held told investigators that Anthony asked for the medication after learning of the Dec. 11 discovery of the remains. DNA tests completed days later showed the remains belonged to her daughter, Caylee Anthony, who’d been missing for six months.

Tammy Uncer told detectives she was surprised by the request because Anthony hadn’t asked for any such medication before.

“It was very, very odd,” Uncer said in one of the interviews that’s among hours of tapes released by prosecutors Monday.

Weeks earlier, Anthony calmly asserted to investigators that she believed her daughter was still alive during an interview the day she was indicted on a first-degree murder charge.

“You know certain things about your child. You can feel that connection,” Anthony tells investigators during the Oct. 14 interview. “I know that she’s alive whether you have a bucketload of evidence downstairs that contradicts that and says otherwise or all you have is speculation.”

FBI Agent Nick Savage responds: “We have a lot or else we wouldn’t have made it to this point. A lot.”