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Meter Reader To Be Deposed In Casey Case
Posted: 12:04 pm EDT October 21, 2009
Updated: 12:40 pm EDT October 21, 2009
Casey Anthony's defense team scheduled its deposition of meter reader Roy Kronk (read document). He is the man who found Caylee Anthony’s remains on December 11.
Kronk will be deposed on November 19.
Also in the case against Casey, prosecutors have given the defense more than 2,000 pages of new documents and more photographs.
READ: Notice Of Taking Deposition Upon Oral Examination
READ: Notice Of Provision Of Supplemental Discovery
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Casey Anthony lawyers to depose meter reader who found remains
Casey Anthony's defense team will depose Roy Kronk, who found the remains of slain 2-year-old Caylee Marie Anthony, on Nov. 19.
1:40 p.m. EDT, October 21, 2009
The man who found the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony last year will be deposed by her accused killer's defense team next month, WFTV.com is reporting.
Roy Kronk, who was working as a meter reader at the time, found the remains of the 2-year-old a short walk from the Anthony family home in east Orange County, the Web site said.
Meter Reader’s Deposition Scheduled For Nov. 19
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 5:55:47 PM
Lawyers for Casey Anthony are scheduled to sit down next month with the man who discovered Caylee Anthony's remains.
Orange County Utilities worker Roy Kronk made the discovery Dec. 11, 2008 after calling 911 on three prior occasions claiming he saw something suspicious in the woods.
Bubba the Love Sponge® Offers $25,000 to Parents of Casey Anthony
(Press Release) – Oct 21, 2009
Syndicated and satellite radio host Bubba the Love Sponge® today offered $25,000 to George and Cindy Anthony, the parents of Casey Anthony, to appear on his live morning radio show for an hour-long interview.
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