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New Documents Expected In Case Against Casey
Posted: 6:50 am EDT November 2, 2010
Sometime Tuesday morning, WFTV expects to receive hundreds of new documents in the Case against Casey Anthony.
Eyewitness News was told the discovery documents will include more jailhouse letters sent to Casey. WFTV.com will post the new documents as soon as they are received.
*Check WFTV.com throughout the morning to see when they've been posted and read them yourself.
910 Pages Of Docs Released In Casey Case
Letters to ICA: http://www.wftv.com/pdf/25605495/detail.html
Handwritten Notes in Case: http://www.wftv.com/pdf/25605534/detail.html
Authorizing Trace & Trap Device: http://www.wftv.com/pdf/25605424/detail.html
ICA's Reaction to Caylee Found: http://www.wftv.com/pdf/25605645/detail.html
More Docs Released In Anthony Case
Orlando Mom Accused Of Killing Daughter
POSTED: Monday, November 1, 2010
UPDATED: 12:09 pm EDT November 2, 2010
Document File 1: http://www.clickorlando.com/download/2010/1102/25605267.pdf
Document File 2: http://www.clickorlando.com/download/2010/1102/25605293.pdf
Document File 3: http://www.clickorlando.com/download/2010/1102/25605226.pdf
The document release included more letters written by and to Anthony while she has been in the Orange County Jail, but the bulk of the pages included the Anthony family's bank records from around the time that Caylee Anthony disappeared. Detectives subpoenaed the records early on the the investigation so they could understand the family's background.
The documents also include information that reveals that investigators traced every phone call to and from Anthony's family, including their home phone and all of their cell phones. Investigators placed tracking devices on cars belonging to her parents, George and Cindy Anthony, her brother, Lee Anthony, and her boyfriend at the time, Anthony Lazzaro.
Newly released Casey Anthony evidence recounts 2008 family strife
Some of the records include extended e-mail conversations from 2008 describing the troubled Anthony home, Cindy and George Anthony's marital problems, Casey Anthony's estrangement from her mother and Cindy Anthony's growing concerns about not seeing her granddaughter Caylee Marie during June and July 2008.
Also included was a wire-tap application from August 2008, so law-enforcement could keep track of who Casey Anthony, her parents, brother and ex-boyfriend were talking to. A judge granted that request.
More discovery released in Anthony case
There is also a letter written by Cindy Anthony to Cindy dated July 21, 2010. In the letter Cindy tells Casey to “stay focused and strong” and that she sees her “strength and commitment to fight for your freedom.”
Also in the discovery is an e-mail from attorney Christian Lake with the Justice Administrative Commission to prosecuting attorney Linda Drane-Burdick. In the e-mail Lake discusses a phone call a JAC employee received from a person in Minnesota claiming to have knowledge about “Kaylee Anthony’s whereabouts.” (sic) Also included in the e-mail are the hand written notes the employee made while on the phone with the person.
Cindy, Strangers Write To Casey Anthony
More Letters Released As Part Of Evidence Release
Cindy Anthony expresses concern that the identities of many of the senders are also released in the letters. WESH 2 News redacts personal information before posting such letters online.
"I certainly hope enough people will contact an attorney and file a class action lawsuit against the prosecutor's office," she writes.
Cindy Anthony also reflects on her granddaughter's room, telling Casey that a leaking pipe soaked the carpet in her room.
"I better watch how I describe it," Cindy Anthony writes in the letter, likely referring to the criticism she received for saying to a 911 dispatcher her daughter's car smelled like a dead body.
"I hated it was Caylee's room," she said.
CASEY'S DEFENSE QUESTIONED FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGIST On Monday, Casey's defense questioned a University of Central Florida forensic anthropologist who says Caylee's remains were left in the woods shortly after she died, based on the condition of the remains and the plant growth. snipped
Jail: Anthony Shaken When Child's Body Found
Casey Anthony Says 'Oh No' When She Sees News Coverage
Video Report: http://www.wesh.com/video/25606530/detail.html
"At one point, we thought she was going to hyperventilate," Unser stated in the e-mail.
Anthony asked to have her chains loosened because she said they were too tight, but Unser said the chains were not too tight and were not changed.
As Anthony continued to watch the coverage, Unser said she stated, "Oh no," after hearing the location where the body was found and word that it was a small child's body. She then began pulling at her arms and fidgeting with her hands, the e-mail stated.
It was more than a week later before the body was identified as Caylee Anthony.
Letters to Casey among 910 pages released today; PI studied different suspect
But the new documents released Tuesday morning in the case show the Anthonys' private investigator, Dominic Casey, was looking into Kronk's son, Brandon Sparks, as a possible suspect in July 2009 in Caylee's murder.
More documents released in Casey Anthony case
Volume 1: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/casey-anthony-Binder22975-23220-1102.pdf
Volume 2: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder22556-22974-1102_Part1.pdf
Volume 3: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder22556-22974-1102_Part2.pdf
Volume 4: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder22556-22974-1102_Part3.pdf
Volume 5: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder22556-22974-1102_Part4.pdf
Volume 6: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder22556-22974-1102_Part5.pdf
Volume 7: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder22556-22974-1102_Part6.pdf
Volume 8: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder23221-23466-1102Part1.pdf
Volume 9: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder23221-23466-1102Part2.pdf
Volume 10: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder23221-23466-1102Part3.pdf
Volume 11: http://www.cfnews13.com/static/articles/images/documents/Binder23221-23466-1102Part4.pdf
Order Granting State's Motion to Extend Deposition Deadline 11-1-2010
http://www.ninthcircuit.org/news/Hi...te's Motion to Extend Deposition Deadline.pdf
WFTV Video Report: 910 pages of Docs Released:
Anthony's mom believes in daughter's innocence
Murder Docket Updated:
11/01/2010 Notice of Taking Deposition(s)
11/02/2010 Order Granting State's Motion to Extend Deposition Deadline
11/02/2010 Notice of Taking Deposition(s)
11/02/2010 Notice of Taking Deposition(s) Amended
11/02/2010 Notice of Taking Deposition(s)
Casey Anthony: Casey’s reactions, Cindy’s writing draw scrutiny
A therapist suggested that Cindy Anthony kick Casey out of the house when Cindy wasn’t allowed to see granddaughter Caylee, Kealing reported. “But Cindy refused, not being able to stomach the idea of her granddaughter being out on the street,” Kealing added.
Kealing called attention to an especially dramatic vignette in the documents: When a child’s remains were found — they later were identified as Caylee — a corrections officer described Anthony’s reaction. “She muttered ‘oh, no’ while watching news coverage, became visibly upset and asked to see her attorney,” Kealing reported.
Central Florida News 13 ’s Kelli Cook said e-mails in the Anthony family reflected concern about Cindy Anthony’s mental health because of marital problems, financial discussions and Casey. Cindy Anthony’s mother shared the e-mails with Orange County deputies. In early 2009, Cindy also complained to sheriff’s authorities about an obscene phone call. In the call, a man said a friend — a former convict – would take the blame for the Caylee’s disappearance, Cook said.
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