Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by bobodedoo, Oct 13, 2008.
Updates for Monday, Oct. 13th
Texas Equusearch interview:
George Anthony to testify at grand jury
Last Edited: Monday, 13 Oct 2008, 10:13 AM EDT
Created: Monday, 13 Oct 2008, 10:13 AM EDT
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35, Orlando) -- The grand jury set to meet Tuesday and hear evidence regarding possible murder charges against Casey Anthony in the death of her daughter will hear from her father, George Anthony
Judge not expected to rule on motions Monday
A judge's decisions are also expected on several motions filed by Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, but a court official said it won't come on Monday.
Possible murder charge against Casey Anthony could come as early as tomorrow
At least 15 jurors will hear from witnesses, including Anthony's father, George Anthony, and others, before they decide whether the 22-year-old should be indicted on more serious charges, possibly murder.
CAM's back up:
Video about TES resuming the search for Caylee
(Right side of the page)
Cindy Breaks Silence:
Cindy Anthony accused state attorney Lawson Lamar of seeking an indictment for political gain.
On WKMG tonight Cindy does a sit down interview( locals do you have a specific time??)
Casey Anthony's mother Monday accused prosecutors of playing politics and rushing the case to the grand jury before the November election, but Eyewitness News was told there are more important deadlines, legal ones, steering the strategy.
Missing Girl's Grandmother Breaks Silence, Says Leaks Are Politically Motivated
There is also video that accompanies that article - See "Cindy Breaks Her Silence" to the right of that article.
EquuSearch returning to Texas, could search for Caylee Anthony again in three weeks.
The director of the Texas-based group that helped organize the volunteer search for Caylee Marie Anthony has decided it is still too wet to start searching again for the missing toddler, an organization spokeswoman just told the Orlando Sentinel.
Tim Miller, founder and director of Texas EquuSearch, is heading back to Texas this evening. Miller returned to Orlando last week to assess the weather conditions -- including water levels and vegetation.
But, weather permitting, the group plans to return in about three weeks to resume the search, said EquuSearch search director Mandy Albritton.
"As wet as it is, it's just better to wait," she said.
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