2009.02.18 Disposable camera found at crime scene

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  1. JWG

    JWG Active Member

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    A disposable camera was found at the crime scene. It was assigned code G64 when collected and entered into evidence as Item #10, Tag J-60013. Evidence page 3402.

    Collected from the house during execution of the search warrant (property tag H-60498) was Item #41 Kodak disposable camera (from living room desk) and Item #62 Kodak disposable camera (from garage in HHR vehicle). Evidence page 3407 and 3408.

    All of the above were turned over to the FBI for comparison on January 13.
     
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  3. Shaymus at The Rock

    Shaymus at The Rock Inactive

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    Kind of dazed with sadness, so please humor me. What is the HHR vehicle ?
     
  4. SuziQ

    SuziQ Well-Known Member

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    JWG, do you have a link? Thanks! I'm still trying to read up.
     
  5. Recovering-Lurker

    Recovering-Lurker I'm Back and on My Best Behavior

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    George's Chevy car.
     
  6. Shaymus at The Rock

    Shaymus at The Rock Inactive

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    Thank you. I wonder when/if we'll see any pix from those cameras ......
     
  7. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    Page 3539 for the two disposable cameras taken during the Dec. 11th search. Also on page 3541

    Still looking for reference to the one found at the remains site.
     
  8. JWG

    JWG Active Member

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    A disposable camera was found at the crime scene. It was assigned code G64 when collected and entered into evidence as Item #10, Tag J-60013. Evidence page 3402.

    Collected from the house during execution of the search warrant (property tag H-60498) was Item #41 Kodak disposable camera (from living room desk) and Item #62 Kodak disposable camera (from garage in HHR vehicle). Evidence page 3407 and 3408.
     
  9. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    Excellent - TY! I hadn't seen that comprehensive list yet. I have been working off of a different pdf file.

    With your direction, I found it here: http://www.cfnews13.com/uploadedFiles/3374B TO 3463B REDO.pdf
     
  10. little_miss_smart

    little_miss_smart New Member

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    So does this camera - the one found at the crime scene - belong to Casey? If so, I wonder if it contains pics of her and Caylee. If it does have pics of her and Caylee, when Caylee was supposed to be with Zanny, this would be extremely incriminating. IMO
     
  11. Vegas Bride

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    Disposable cameras are often sold in multi-packs, I wonder if the one in the woods came from the same pack, and what could have been on that film?

    VB
     
  12. MagicLady

    MagicLady Just A Drop In The Ocean

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    I wonder if the film could withstand the water/weather, and if processing it is a possibility.
     
  13. evergreen

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    zanny loved these things and carried them in her purse. :crazy:
     
  14. ThoughtElf

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    I have never used a disposable camera. Do they use batteries? Batteries were also found.
     
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    2goldfish Active Member

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    they come with their own batteries inside them, you wouldnt add any or remove any.
     
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    Film can typically withstand such, even submerrsion for a fairly substantial period of time. While you may not want to hang the recovered pictures on your walls, as the quality will greatly suffer, they should be able to get some recognizeable images off the camera if there are any there to be found.
     
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    I'd be curious to know how long it's been since any of you purchased a disposable camera? For my family, I'd bet it's been over 12 years and it was for vacation purposes (a few were underwater type).

    With digital cameras and cameras in all the cell phones now, I wonder how popular disposable cameras are today. Of course, I also have an underwater 35 mm camera, so even in that respect, we have no need for disposables.

    I find it odd that these just so happen to be at the house and the scene when I really have no use for them. I realize that just because I don't purchase them that it means very little, but I'd love some feedback from a few posters about their use of them. On a side note, they are in Orlando and I was in Orlando the last time I purchased them.
     
  18. Amil

    Amil New Member

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    We live in Orlando. We occasionally find ourselves at the theme park or on a field trip and, having forgotten our camera, we'll buy a disposable.
    Disposables are a bit passe'; so many folks have camera phones. I think it will be incriminating if those 3 cameras came from the same store.
     
  19. Jolynna

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    Didn't Casey work at a Kodak Kiosk at Universal in 2006? Did she sell disposable cameras?

    Maybe she helped herself to a few while working?

    JMO
     
  20. capps

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    I know people (we also did this for my sons' wedding) buy these cameras to put on all the dinner tables at weddings,so all the guests can take random pictures. The cameras are then left on the tables at the end of the night,the bride and groom take them,and have them developed at a later time.
     
  21. passionflower

    passionflower Just 1 tip to find a killer

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    Insread of letting my grandkids use my expensive camera, I buy them at Sam's Club in multi packs and give them out to thema and write their names on them at camp.
     

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