The news that cadaver dogs are searching the land around the Orlando airport ratchets up the case of missing toddler Caylee Anthony. Apparently, pings from this area off mother Casey’s cell phone have brought the police to the area to investigate. Since Casey won’t talk about her whereabouts in the days after her daughter’s disappearance, her cell phone will have to speak for her.
In a televised interview, Tony Lazzaro’s roommate, Clint House stated that he had not seen Caylee at Tony’s apartment since he returned from visiting his father on June 15th, Father’s Day. His information about Caylee and Casey tightens the time line. House also said that Casey would tell him and Tony that Caylee was with the "nanny" or with her parents from June 16th until July 1. He also verified that Casey was partying at Fusian on the 20th. It was there, he knew the photographer. He is an excellent potential witness.
Casey’s parents are showing the clear signs of the terrible strain they are under. George lashed out at the media yesterday for even suggesting that his granddaughter is dead. Cindy, ever the defender, went after the offending reporters with a vengeance, intimating that the media was hindering the investigation by frightening off people who want to report tips.
With all the latest signs of progress by law enforcement in their search and an ever-tightening time line, let us all hope that this case is resolved soon. While we always need to hold out the hope that the little girl is alive, as time goes by, the odds of her survival grow dimmer. Caylee’s grandparents need resolution as to what happened to their granddaughter. Casey’s "friends" who have been terribly deceived need to move on with their lives. Casey needs to face the music. Most of all, there needs to be justice for little Caylee.
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