Monday, February 16, 2009

The Case Against Casey Anthony: New documents to be released this week

WESH has reported that the defense has received 1100 new pages of discovery today.

The state released over 1,100 pages of evidence to Casey Anthony's defense team on Monday. According to a source close to the investigation, test results from the FBI crime lab on the duct tape found on slain toddler Caylee Anthony's skull are in that new batch of evidence. When asked by WESH 2's Bob Kealing if Casey Anthony's fingerprints were on the duct tape, a source with direct knowledge of the investigation said, "This is not going to be good news for the defense."

This is what we have been waiting for. The State's Attorney's office is planning to release the documents to the public on Wednesday.

Let's hope we get the answers to so many of the questions we have been asking.

In other news, Jose Baez, Casey's lead attorney in her defense has been hospitalized with stomach problems. Wishing him a speedy recovery...



Anonymous said...

Holy Crap....if true, I would like to see how the defense spins this info about the duct tape. I hope, if they are offered a deal which puts Casey away for a long, long, long time, they can talk their client into taking it so as not to put her family through what is sure to be a heartbreaking trial for them and not waste any more taxpayer money.
I saw George Anthony give an interview regarding the missing Haleigh Cummings. I hope that George's therapy is helping him move on from his utter grief and enable him to find purpose and meaning to his life after Caylee by helping others. I really don't think he had anything to do with the murder. I feel that he was in deep denial and still hopeful that Caylee would be found alive. Identifying the remains as those of Caylee must have forced him to face reality and put him in a downward spiral and breakdown. Hopefully, he can overcome this. I have always been impressed with Mark Lundstrom whose daughter Jessie was murdered. Obviously, he was, at first, looked at but has become a wonderful advocate in his daughter, Jessie's, memory. Until we find ourselves in their places, who knows how we would react. I hope those that were involved in Caylee's murder and cover-up are held responsible and those that are deep in grief can recover and find purpose in their lives after this tragedy.