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Friday, June 19, 2009

Caylee Anthony Autopsy report released

Medical Examiner Says Manner Of Death Points To Homicide
June 19, 2009

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The medical examiner who studied Caylee Anthony's bones can't say for sure what killed the toddler, only that her death was a homicide, an autopsy report released Friday states.

Judge Stan Strickland ordered the report released after rejecting an emotional plea from the Anthony family during a hearing earlier Friday to keep the document private.

During 12 days of examination, Dr. Jan C. Garavaglia concluded that there was no evident trauma to Caylee's skeleton. The duct tape found on the head of the skeleton was clearly placed prior to decomposition, according to the autopsy report.

The autopsy report indicated that Caylee's remains were completely skeletonized, meaning no soft tissue or ligaments were found....
The forensic report for Casey Anthony's 1998 Pontiac Sunfire was also released... One chemical found in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car is the kind emitted when someone is possibly deprived of oxygen, the report said.

...[the reason] the state is seeking the death penalty is because Caylee Anthony, no matter how she died, whether it was from the duct tape or from being in the trunk, suffered. For a few minutes, she knew she was dying. She knew she was in pain. She suffered tremendously," defense attorney Richard Hornsby said.
...Meanwhile, the state has filed a motion requesting a picture of Casey Anthony's tattoo that reads "La Bella Vita." They will travel to the Orange County Jail to visit Anthony and photograph the tattoo.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Any one who leaves there children anywhere with duct tape on there mouth, needs to die! I would call it justifiable homicide! Just my opinion!