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2010.11.17 - Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSION HERE PLEASE***
Case Against Casey: Little Bug, Big Problem?
At the hearing, Anthony's defense team is expected to argue to have new DNA tests performed -- at taxpayers' expense -- on two hairs that prosecutors say prove Caylee's body was in the trunk of her mother's vehicle at some point.
Casey's defense: We want to spend $2,000 in public money on DNA tests
"But the state agency that manages that public spending, the Justice Administrative Commission, objects. In court paperwork filed last week, it said an in-state lab could do the same work.
The commission also said Anthony's attorneys have cherry-picked the lab – National Medical Services Labs of Willow Grove, Penn., – and that's not allowed."
Testimony From Key Casey Witness Could Be Falling Apart
"Buchanan showed up Wednesday for a second round of questioning under oath by prosecutors after calling in sick last time and then getting a new lawyer..."
WHAT'S NEXT IN THE CASE?
"There's a hearing Thursday in the case against Casey, but her defense attorneys won't be in the courtroom, because the hearing will be conducted on the phone. ..."
Case Against Casey - Little Bug, Big Problem?
Video Report: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=655460524879
Casey Anthony: WFTV asks if defense’s case is crumbling
Caylee and Casey Anthony, WFTV — posted by halboedeker on November, 17 2010 7:22 PM
"The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is investigating whether Buchanan faked a search document in which she said she found nothing in the spot where the toddler’s remains were spotted months later. Cassidy said his client would explain to prosecutors why she was in possession of Texas EquuSearch documents that were supposed to have been turned in."
Testimony May Be Falling Apart
Video Report: http://www.wftv.com/video/25830668/index.html
Photos: WESH Visits Prosecution Expert In Anthony Case
Forensic Entomologist To Testify At Anthony Murder Trial Next Year
On a farm in northern Indiana, Neal Haskell looks inside the mouth of a dead sow for signs of life.
"Here's a blowfly! Right there!" he exclaims upon closer inspection. Maggots let the forensic entomologist know he's looking at the early stages of decomposition.
Video in report
WDBO Local News
That's the subject of a hearing Thursday afternoon.
The Anthony defense team wants $2,000 more from taxpayers to have experts in Pennsylvania test DNA evidence.
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