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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Caylee Case Gets National Attention

Thursday, July 31, 2008
cfnews13, Orlando

ORLANDO -- The grandmother of missing 2-year-old Caylee Anthony weighed in on her meeting with the FBI during another appearance on CNN's "Larry King Live" Thursday night.

Cindy Anthony said her meeting Wednesday with federal investigators went well, but she would not say what information she told.

Cindy told King she thinks she knows who has toddler, but was on the defensive again about the day she called 911.

"I said whatever I needed to do to get the authorities to come help me," Cindy Anthony said. "I worked on whatever I could to get them out there, so I'm not a liar. I just stretched the truth a little bit. The car wasn't where it was supposed to be, so I said it was stolen, because I didn't have any reason to come to my house. That doesn't make me a liar or a murderer, and that doesn't make my daughter either, just because she had some mistruths." ("stretched the truth a little bit", "mistruths", they are all called LIES, Cindy. You can call a cat a dog, but it's still a cat.)

Caylee On Cover Of 'People'

The Orange County Sheriff's office is making national headlines for its investigation into the disappearance of Caylee Anthony.

Carlos Padilla, with the Orange County Sheriff's Office, said Casey Anthony is the last person to have had contact with Caylee, but she refuses to sit down with law enforcement. "We truly believe she has info that could help us find her little daughter," Padilla said.

Padilla sat down with People magazine for this week's cover story, which will be released Friday.
"I honestly can say we've had other cases that made the national media, (but) I don't recall anything more than this. (It's) something that's been phenomenal, unbelievable," Padilla told News 13.

The national attention in this case means investigators have a lot of interviews to watch. Padilla said investigators are watching those interviews as a way to connect the dots and get a picture of what happened.

"Keep in mind, we have a whole unit and also have civilian personnel taking down tips and turning them over to police," Padilla said. In the article, Padilla said there is no evidence to prove the toddler is dead.

He also said several suspects have been ruled out, including Casey Anthony's boyfriend, who has been fully cooperative. Padilla said that Caylee's biological father is dead, but he would not say who the father is.

According to Padilla, DNA results, including evidence collected from the trunk of Casey Anthony's car and her parent's backyard is expected to be in by late next week.

New Phone Call Released

Casey Anthony is now limiting her visits at the Orange County jail to just her immediate family. (This is because of the weirdo high-school guy who popped in for a visit last week. She didn't know who he was.) The request did not say why she is limiting the list, but she is only allowed three visits a week.

A new phone call was also released Thursday between Casey and her brother Lee. The two talked about some sort of letter that's in the works.

Lee: "How is that letter coming?" Casey: "Umm, well, when I get a chance actually to write a little bit more, I should be able to do that in the next little bit because I have quote rec time." (It sounds to me at this point that Lee hung up on her. Of course, I could be wrong...)
Casey's lawyer said he is continuing plans to appeal her $500,000 bond to the Florida Supreme Court.

Grandmother Won't Reveal 'Pieces Of The Puzzle'

The grandmother of Caylee Anthony says she won't explain what she meant when she said that "pieces of the puzzle" are coming together regarding Caylee Anthony's disappearance.

Speaking on NBC's "Today," Cindy Anthony said she doesn't want to jeopardize Caylee's safe return by publicly revealing information told to her by her daughter.

Casey Named Person Of Interest

Prosecutors called Casey Anthony a person of interest in what they say appears to be a homicide investigation of her missing 2-year-old daughter.

Casey Anthony's lawyer, Jose Baez, had been arguing $500,000 was just too excessive. However, an appeals court disagreed. Baez said he plans on taking the case to the Florida Supreme Court.

The state attorney’s office is trying to decide out if any formal charges will be filed against Casey Anthony. If that happens, she will be entitled to another bond hearing in an Orange County court.

Cryptic Call Released Between Casey And Brother

A new cryptic call was released Wednesday between Casey Anthony and her brother Lee.
The call was made Wednesday, and while no specifics were discussed -- possibly because both knew the call was being recorded -- Lee Anthony did press Casey for information.

"You know, I know there's some people you've referred to in the past, and you know I’m just curious if anything has changed with who I can trust and all those type of things," Lee said.
"Well, as far as I'm concerned here, I don't really know on that level. I guess, understandably, just being out of contact, but um, as far as I'm concerned, nothing has really changed on that level," said Casey.

Lee said he's talked to everyone Casey has mentioned to him, but didn't elaborate on who they were or what they might know. He did tell Casey he wasn't able to make it to her court hearing Tuesday because he was "working on other stuff.”

Once they start "stretching the truth" and giving "mistruths" to the Feds, I imagine they will be taught a little lesson on LYING. Ft. Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary would be a good school.

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