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    2009.09.26 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***


    Casey Anthony: WKMG gives thumbs-up to book on Casey Anthony case
    posted by halboedeker on Sep 26, 2009 10:37:57 AM
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    How often do you hear a book review on local news?

    Just about never. But WKMG-Channel 6's Mike DeForest turned reviewer last night and gave a thumbs-up to a new, 352-page book about the Casey Anthony case. The book: "Mommy's Little Girl" by Diane Fanning. It will be out in early November.

    DeForest interviewed Fanning, who said the Anthony story is so odd that readers wouldn't believe it in a mystery novel. Fanning, who has written other true-crime books, said she hoped the Anthony book will "help people understand the red flags so that it will help someone save another child's life."

    DeForest kept returning to the critic's role: "The author weaves a compelling narrative about Casey Anthony's often peculiar life."


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    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/en...kmg-gives-thumbsup-to-casey-anthony-book.html
     
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    FBI didn't photograph Caylee Anthony sticker residue
    September 26, 2009
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    The residue from a heart-shaped sticker found on duct tape stretched across Caylee Marie Anthony's mouth couldn't be detected after FBI officials processed the evidence for fingerprints, according to court documents.

    And, FBI officials failed to take a picture of the residue before it was destroyed.

    Prosecutors are not commenting about the case.

    An FBI laboratory activity and communication log, which was included with the defense's motion to dismiss filed earlier this month, had handwritten notes by lab technicians.

    On Dec. 13, a technician wrote "a heart shape/outline was noticed on tape but unable to see it after (fingerprint) powder process &#8212; no photo of image."

    State law-enforcement officials took pictures of the duct tape attached to the skull, but it was unclear whether the pictures reveal the residue.


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    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...y-anthony-09-26-09092609sep26,0,6572783.story
     
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    UPDATED: Conway: No Paid Interviews For While I Represented Cindy Anthony
    Anthony Defense: No Evidence Of Heart Sticker
    POSTED: 11:37 am EDT September 25, 2009
    UPDATED: 6:49 pm EDT September 26, 2009
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    Also on Friday, Cindy Anthony's attorney Brad Conway said no interview has ever been paid for during his representation of the Anthonys.

    In Lee Anthony's most recent sworn deposition, his former attorney said prosecutors asked him an unexpected question.

    "The question was, 'It came out in your mother's sworn deposition yesterday she was taking remuneration from this case,' and they asked my client, and he said 'no,'" Attorney Tom Luka said.

    Some suspect Cindy Anthony took the money in connection with her upcoming exclusive interview on the CBS news magazine show "48 Hours Mystery."


    Video: Anthony Defense Says No Evidence Of Heart Sticker
    http://www.wesh.com/video/21126070/index.html

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    http://www.wesh.com/news/21114372/detail.html
     
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