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UPDATED: Anthony Attorney Seeks P.I.'s Phone Records
Officer: Anthony Wanted To See Remains Coverage
POSTED: 12:12 pm EDT June 10, 2009
UPDATED: 4:34 pm EDT June 10, 2009
In a new motion filed Wednesday by Jose Baez, Casey Anthony's attorney, he asked the court to strike a protective order request from private eye Dominic Casey.
In the meantime on Monday, George and Cindy Anthony signed a notarized statement giving Baez access to any privileged phone communications they had with Dominic Casey while he was working for them.
The motion is further indication that anyone who went into that wooded area before Caylee's remains were found will face intense scrutiny from Casey Anthony's defense to ensure what they've claimed checks out.
The Anthony's lawyer said Dominic Casey's phone records will prove Casey was not talking to anyone in the Anthony family during his November search of the woods.
In his deposition, Richardson said, "When I went down there to get her and told her to go to the clinic, she was listening to the radio."
He claims her reply back was "Good, because there something going on and I want to watch TV to know about it."
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Baez Demands P.I.'s Phone Records
New Motion Calls For Dominic Casey's Personal Phone Records
POSTED: Wednesday, June 10, 2009
UPDATED: 1:39 pm EDT June 10, 2009
The motion does not specifically accuse private investigator Dominic Casey of wrongdoing, but it does raise questions about his honesty and his repeated visits to the woods where Caylee Anthony's remains were later found, Local 6 reporter Mike DeForest said.
Defense attorney Jose Baez filed the new motion Wednesday, which is demanding Casey's private cell phone records. Baez said Casey gave inconsistent statements about who is seen speaking on the phone with in a video recording of one of his searches.
Casey's attorney said the motion is a simple dispute over phone records and she hopes Anthony's defense team is not trying to implicate her client in a crime. She said she has worked out an agreement with Baez to turn over phone records.
The Florida Bar is investigating complaints filed against Baez by Casey. Casey said Baez told him not to call 911 if he found Caylee's body. Baez has disputed that claim.
Casey Anthony's defense team wants private investigator's phone records
The private investigator, who also worked for Casey Anthony's parents, considers those records part of his job duties and are considered "privileged and work product."
4:09 PM EDT, June 10, 2009
Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, wrote in the court papers that Dominic Casey gave "inconsistent stories" explaining why he was there. He first claimed he was speaking to his daughter while out there but then later said it was to a psychic, according to the motion.
Baez also included a document from his client's parents, George Anthony and Cindy Anthony, that waived their privilege.
The defense wants cell records from July 2008 to now.
The judge has not ruled on the issue.
Casey Anthony: Defense team cites private eye's inconsistent statements
posted by halboedeker on Jun 10, 2009 1:07:12 PM
The defense team seeks access to Dominic Casey's phone records. The new motion notes that Dominic Casey told another private eye that he knew where Caylee's remains were, DeForest said. Anthony is charged with the first-degree murder of her daughter.
What does it all mean?
It's all "a simple dispute over cell-phone records," the lawyer for Dominic Casey told WKMG. The lawyer added that she "hopes Casey Anthony's defense team is not trying to implicate the private investigator in any sort of crime."
The lawyer told DeForest that an agreement over the cell-phone records has been reached with Casey Anthony's team. So where does it stand? We'll wait to learn more.
Baez Files Motion To Obtain Phone Records
Posted: 5:00 pm EDT June 10, 2009
Casey Anthony's defense team files another motion Wednesday. Jose Baez and his team want the phone records of private investigator Dominic Casey after he decided to prevent Casey's defense team from getting his cell phone records, even though he's posted them on his website.
Dominic Casey and another private investigator named Jim Hoover, recorded themselves searching a wooded area where a child's remains were found. The remains were later confirmed to be those of Caylee Anthony.
On the video recording, Casey is seen talking on the phone. Baez and his team want to know who was on the other end of the line.
DOCUMENT: Read Motion To Strike
VIDEO REPORT: Baez Files New Motion
Casey Anthony: George, Cindy give access to calls to private eye
posted by halboedeker on Jun 10, 2009 5:39:34 PM
The parents have given Baez access to any privileged phone conversations they had with their private investigator, Dominic Casey, WESH-Channel 2 reported this afternoon.
"This should prove once and for all whether Dominic Casey was talking to Cindy Anthony, as some have speculated, during this November search of the woods," WESH's Bob Kealing said.
The Anthonys' attorney said the phone records will prove no Anthony family member was talking the private eye during that November search, WESH anchor Jim Payne said.
Baez has filed a new motion to gain access to the private eye's phone records after the man made inconsistent statements about his calls. The meaning of the motion? "Any of the main witnesses in this case who went into the wooded area before Caylee's remains were found are sure to face intense scrutiny from Casey Anthony's defense team," Kealing said.
Facebook group to hold Caylee Marie Anthony vigil
7:10 PM EDT, June 10, 2009
A Facebook group formed in memory of slain toddler Caylee Marie Anthony is organizing a vigil to commemorate the one-year anniversary of her disappearance, an organizer said.
The vigil, run by In Memory of Caylee Marie Anthony, will take place 6 p.m. June 16 at Jay Blanchard Park, said Scotti Simpson, the group's organizer.
They hope to meet at a pavilion there, but are still raising money for the $125 rental, Simpson said.
Richard Grund, who at one time thought he might be the grandfather of Caylee, is speaking at the event.
The public is welcome.
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