We Remember Caylee Marie Anthony

We Remember Caylee Marie Anthony
Last Photo of Caylee: 6.15.08

Monday, December 22, 2008

Casey Anthony The Battle Of The Experts Begins

Bones will play a big part in the date and time of when little Caylee died. Also, Prosecutors may rely on bugs and plants to link Casey to crime scene.

During the crime scene search, forensic investigators were obtaining botanical evidence and entomological evidence to determine when the body was placed there. They will also need to know when the area was flooded, when it rained, what the humidity records were. All of these together will help determine the rate of decomposition.

The fact that the body could have been found months ago, based on newly reports of the meter reader that found the remains called OCSO 3 times in August, means more conclusive evidence would have been obtained, such as soft tissue, internal organs, etc.

Dr. Michael Baden also believes it is of great priority to determine the fraternal DNA of Caylee. In other words, "who's the father?" Baden says knowing the father's DNA would play a major role in "what happened to the baby".

Published reports have stated that Caylee's father died in an auto accident a two years ago. There have been several variations on this story.
Additionally, at the onset of her pregnancy, Casey led Jesse Grund, her then boyfriend, to believe an unborn Caylee was his. This led to an engagement of Jesse and Casey. Just six months later, Casey called the engagement off. After Caylee's birth, in August, 2005, Jesse Grund took a paternity test that determined he was not the father of Caylee. Despite this knowledge, a relationship between Caylee, Jesse and Jesse's parents continued to grow.

The defense team experts say the prosecution is going to have a hard time proving the medical examiner's findings of "homicide", especially asphyxiation by chloroform. Defense expert Lawrence Kobilinsky says without soft tissue, it will be hard to prove the presence of chloroform relying on bones alone. Dr. Michael Baden, husband of defense team counsel, Linda Kenny Baden, added his opinion on the chloroform. Baden stated that "If what the meter reader saw in August is true, and the bag had been found at that time, the air space of the bag could have been tested for chloroform."
Much like the air space in Casey's car trunk, which was tested at forensic laboratories in Oak Ridge, TN, and were conclusive. The report stated the car contained highly saturated amounts of chloroform.

Late Saturday, another search warrant was executed for the Anthony's home. Some speculate that they were searching for soil matches linked to the crime scene. It has been reported that shoes and clothing and pictures were taken at this time. Even something as small as a blade of grass could link Casey to the crime scene. If Caylee died at the Anthony home and was then placed at the crime scene, fibers, and or soil of different make-up of that with the crime scene, if found with the remains, will be identifiable and tested to link Casey to the crime.

Experts agree that even with claims of "shoddy police work" on behalf of the defense, the prosecution still has the advantage. The prosecution will not let Casey benefit by not allowing investigators to establish the cause of death when Casey allegedly disposed of Caylee's body like trash. Prosecution can also use Casey's false statements and hindering investigation, not to mention her history of past lies and actions, and unwillingness to help investigators find the body and establish cause of death more quickly.

Prosecution has evidence to show that Caylee Anthony drove around with the corpse of Caylee Anthony in her car trunk, dumped the body at the crime scene, then left her car at an Orlando Amscot. Her car was towed after three days, on June 30. George and Cindy Anthony retrieved the car on July 15, 2008. Casey was arrested for felony child neglect in the early morning hours on July 16, 2008. After two releases on bond and a grand jury indictment, Casey Anthony was finally charged with first degree murder on October 15, 2008. This indictment came after FBI lab results and results from the Body Farm in TN, came back positive for decomposition in the trunk of Casey's car, a hair that was found in the trunk was a positive match to that of either Caylee or Casey, but also showed the death band, and chloroform was found to be at a highly saturated level in the trunk.

No matter the defense of Casey. No matter change of venue or not. It all goes back to July 15, 2008, when Cindy Anthony herself says on the 911 tape, "I can't find my granddaughter. I found my daughter's car today and it smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car."

Haunting words.

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