We Remember Caylee Marie Anthony

We Remember Caylee Marie Anthony
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Monday, December 22, 2008

No Charges For Anthony's At This Time

The grandparents of Caylee Anthony, the 3-year-old Florida girl found dead last week after being missing since June, do not expect to be charged by authorities despite having several search warrants executed at their home, the family's lawyer said Monday.

Casey Anthony, the couple's 22-year-old daughter and Caylee's mother, faces first-degree murder charges. Police searched the Anthony's home Saturday for the third time since the investigation into the toddler's disappearance began, but defense attorney Brad Conway said he's been told by the state attorney and the Orange County Sheriff's office that no charges against Cindy and George Anthony are planned.

"They have done absolutely nothing wrong. The Anthony's cooperated fully from the beginning. In fact, they gave evidence before any warrants were ever issued or signed by a judge," Conway said. Cindy and George Anthony also have not had any recent contact with Casey because of privacy concerns, Conway said. "Every conversation they have with her is taped or videotaped and immediately released in the media the next day," he said.

Casey Anthony first reported her daughter missing in July, even though she went missing in June. Anthony claimed the little girl had been kidnapped by her babysitter, but police quickly began poking holes in her story.

Skeletal remains stumbled upon by a utility worker earlier this month were identified as Caylee Friday, though they don't reveal any clues about how she was killed, according to a medical examiner, Dr. Jan Garavaglia. It took authorities several days to analyze the remains, and some tests are still being completed. Some of the bones were as small as a pebble and had been scattered, and the fragments were hard to find by excavators who searched on their hands and knees, authorities said.

The bone fragments did not reveal any trauma before death, Garavaglia said, but exactly what happened to the girl remains a mystery.

"I think there's been an open wound in the community. And I believe we can start putting some closure to those open wounds," said Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary. The case has captivated the community where the little girl's family lived, and Caylee has been a staple on national news as her grandparents pleaded for tips, promising that the girl was still alive.

Caylee's grandmother first called authorities in July to say she hadn't seen the girl for a month and her daughter's car smelled like death.

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