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    Syringe in bottle contained traces of chloroform

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...,4673834.story

    "Casey Anthony case: syringe in bottle contained traces of chloroform.
    FBI lab tests detected the dangerous chemical in evidence from the area where Caylee Marie's remains were found."

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    This is outstanding news!!!
    Casey is toast

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    Quote Originally Posted by knt View Post
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...,4673834.story

    "Casey Anthony case: syringe in bottle contained traces of chloroform.
    FBI lab tests detected the dangerous chemical in evidence from the area where Caylee Marie's remains were found."

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    Quote Originally Posted by essies View Post
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    OK, question. If you injected someone w/ chloroform, would you get the same result.......render them unconscious? Or does it have to be inhaled and the syringe was for storage. ?

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    Why testosterone? Any nurses or scientists here who can shed some light?
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    After all of the speculation about the syringe, I was shocked to see that it was a needle type syringe! (as opposed to the oral med plunger type) OMG!
    ...my 2 cents worth. your mileage may vary.

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    not needle syringe

    Quote Originally Posted by The Eunice Burns View Post
    OK, question. If you injected someone w/ chloroform, would you get the same result.......render them unconscious? Or does it have to be inhaled and the syringe was for storage. ?
    I thought the syringe was the kind that you use to give liquids, not a needle syringe.
    You know, more like a dropper.

    ETA, looks like it is a syringe with needle from the pic.
    This could have been picked up from most anyplace. Testosterone could be from previous user.
    They have these in toilets where even though it is supposed to be for safe disposal, frequently I see them where the container for them is open.
    I take it no dna?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eunice Burns View Post
    OK, question. If you injected someone w/ chloroform, would you get the same result.......render them unconscious? Or does it have to be inhaled and the syringe was for storage. ?
    I don't know about injecting Chloroform, but I believe she did use the syringe to give it orally (just my opinion). Kids are used to taking meds orally with those syringes. I looked up the effects of chloroform taken orally and here is a small amount of info...

    "The Environmental Protection Agency reports, a fatal oral dose of chloroform may be as low as 10 mL (14.8 g), with death due to respiratory or cardiac arrest."

    [ame]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloroform[/ame]

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    HOLY CRAP! OMG! OMG! OMG!

    I gotta say....this surprises me. I really didn't think much was going to come of that bottle...



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    either way, this is the smoking gun.
    Chloroform at the remains site Plus chlorform in car plus choroform search on the internet = toast

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    Here are the pics, looks like a needle to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imbackon View Post
    either way, this is the smoking gun.
    Chloroform at the remains site Plus chlorform in car plus choroform search on the internet = toast
    I just called my boyfriend with these exact same words. I really didn't think anything was going to come of that bottle/syringe! I honestly thought it was just trash near the scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Searchfortruth View Post
    I don't know about injecting Chloroform, but I believe she did use the syringe to give it orally (just my opinion). Kids are used to taking meds orally with those syringes. I looked up the effects of chloroform taken orally and here is a small amount of info...

    "The Environmental Protection Agency reports, a fatal oral dose of chloroform may be as low as 10 mL (14.8 g), with death due to respiratory or cardiac arrest."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloroform
    bbm

    The syringe was a needle type as far as I can tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imbackon View Post
    either way, this is the smoking gun.
    Chloroform at the remains site Plus chlorform in car plus choroform search on the internet = toast
    yeah...and tack that on the entymology reports released.

    The defense needs to cut the BS and focus on trying to keep KC simply alive.

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