A thread would be good on lying to the FBI, it happens in lots of cases including this one.
if you google "lying to the fbi", theres a long list of people being charged, lol. I don't know what's going to happen. it went across state lines when she told everyone to look for the nanny is other states. the tape with fbi agent Nick Savage doesn't say alot but she states Caylee is alive, sooo.couldn't she get indicted on lying to them???? They are a different agency.....I do hope the IRS goes after he big time as well...as my dh reminds that is how they got Al Capone....
It is amazing how many peeps this affected...went to a ball game in GA and it was all the talk, the airport---EVERYWHERE (did tell both nephews never ever talk with her---we know she will be looking for hot young things lol)
VIDEO: OCSO, October 14th, 2008) Casey Anthony talks with FBI Agent Nick Savage, who asked if she was anxious about the day. Anthony told Savage she knows that Caylee is alive, despite what investigators had collected in the case against her.
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"I did not say she was innocent," said Jennifer Ford, who had previously only been identified as juror number 3. "I just said there was not enough evidence. If you cannot prove what the crime was, you cannot determine what the punishment should be."
The full article is here: Juror: 'Sick to Our Stomachs' Over Not Guilty Verdict'
Dr. Haskell "shocked" by verdict
RENSSELAER, Ind. (WLFI) - A forensic science professor from Rensselaer said he, like many others, were shocked at the outcome of the Casey Anthony trial this week.
Professor Neal Haskell, from Saint Joseph's College, testified for the prosecution in the highly-publicized trial. Haskell used insects to help determine how long Casey's two-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony's dead body was in the trunk of her mother's car.
Haskell said given his evidence, he is adamant the body was in the trunk of the car from June 16th to no later than June 20th.