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Photos Of Trash Found In Casey Anthony's Car Released

August 7, 2009
wftv.com --excellent coverage

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- wftv.com Eyewitness news obtained new documents, maps and pictures, including images of trash that was found in Casey Anthony's car. Also released Friday were 3-D images of the crime scene where Caylee Anthony's body was found on December 11.
The 3-D images were done to show what might have happened to Caylee's body because of the rains and how standing water might have hidden her body and may have sped up decomposition.

TRASH IN CAR: Images Read List
3-D ANIMATION: Video Images
TEXTS: Casey's Friend Pt. 1 2 3 4 Casey's Ex
EVIDENCE PICS: T-Shirt Dead Snake
DOCUMENTS: Request Consent Subpoenas Tracking
MAPS: Cell Locations Casey's Movement Patterns
VIDEO REPORT: Documents, Photos Released

The 3-D images show the highs and lows of the area off Suburban Drive where Caylee's remains were found and the areas where her bones and other evidence were found scattered.

Investigators believe her mother Casey Anthony dumped her body there in June 2008.
Photos of trash from Casey's car trunk show the empty pizza box her mother blamed for the smell of decomposition.

They include images of trash collected as evidence and a T-shirt similar to one worn by Anthony's 2-year-old daughter, Caylee Anthony. The T-shirt says "Big Trouble Comes in Small Packages."

A 1,132 page report on Casey's cell phone records shows investigators put tracers on all the Anthonys' phones and on the cell phones of Casey's ex-fiance Jesse Grund and boyfriend Tony Lazzaro.

"Casey did you kill Caylee?" Kathi Belich asked when Casey was arrested. Casey Anthony wouldn't answer Belich's question, but investigators were hoping Casey Anthony's phone calls after she got out of jail, would answer theirs.

"It's significant to see who she called, in what order, how long the conversations were and they'd want to have the witnesses testify. This was the subject of the conversation," WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said.

The records show Casey did not use her cell phone at all on June 18, two days after Caylee disappeared and the day she borrowed her neighbor's shovel. "What was happening, what was going on that would cause her to break her routine or her habit?" asked Sheaffer.

Investigators don't know when Caylee's body was dumped in the wooded area, but believe it could have been that day that Casey did not use her cell phone... this is exactly my theory as well. Not that they need my approval...

...Her attorneys are expected to file a string of motions after Labor Day, but there aren't any more hearings scheduled in this case until January 21.


George and Cindy Anthony's attorney, Brad Conway, is revealing what prosecutors asked Casey's father during his deposition. Conway appeared on the national TV morning program TODAY on Thursday...

...It was very successful," Conway said.

Conway also said the Anthonys' depositions in April for the civil suit against Casey were a publicity stunt. He said the latest depositions are legitimate preparations for trial.


It was George Anthony's turn to be deposed Wednesday by prosecutors working on Casey Anthony's murder trial. Cindy and Lee Anthony went last week, but George was the only one who stopped to talk with reporters.

George seemed nervous about answering questions Wednesday, but WFTV reporter Kathi Belich found out he may have had some questions of his own for a book publisher.

Eyewitness News heard from a reliable tipster that the Anthonys, their private investigator and their lawyer are negotiating a package book deal with Simon and Schuster, which is owned by CBS, so Eyewitness News asked about it, because the publisher isn't talking.

BOOK DEAL? Kathi Belich Asks Brad Conway
VIDEO REPORT: Attorney Won't Deny Book Deal

Cindy Anthony told Eyewitness News last year that she was considering a book and now a tipster, who's been right before, told Eyewitness News the Anthonys, their private investigator Dominic Casey, who was videotaped searching and probing the woods where Caylee's remains were later found, and their lawyer, went to New York recently for talks with Simon and Schuster, a division of CBS that Wikipedia calls the fourth largest publisher in the country.

"I heard that you, George, Cindy and Dominic Casey went to New York and met with Simon and Schuster recently about a book deal," Belich told attorney Brad Conway (watch full interview).
"I wouldn't comment on anything personal like that. I don't know... "I'm not gonna say whether it's true or not true," Conway replied.

There has been a lot of speculation about how the already financially-strapped Anthonys are supporting themselves.

The Caylee Marie Anthony Foundation, which the Anthonys started last year, just got its tax exempt status this year, so it doesn't have to file any financial statements with the government about the donations it's collected or how it's spending the money until next year.

Records show the foundation predicts it will collect less than $25,000 this year. George told Eyewitness News on Wednesday that neither he nor Cindy is working.

Previous Stories:
August 5, 2009: Attorney Won't Deny Anthonys Have Book Deal
August 5, 2009: George Anthony Answers Questions Under Oath
July 31, 2009: Lee Anthony No Longer Retaining Attorney

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1 comment:

shari said...

The 3-D imaging of the site the body was found is very misleading. It fails to really depict how thick and dense the "undergrowth" is on this property. You could walk along the road at 10 feet away and NEVER spot a thing on the ground as the groundcover is so thick. You add hip deep water to the mix as it was here after Faye and it really would be impossible to get near or see anything.