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Daily Updates for Sunday November 16, 2008. **NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE **
ORLANDO, Fla. -- A Local 6 News investigation into the timeline of the Casey Anthony case has revealed how the 22-year-old mother's well-documented partying was restricted by the needs of her daughter, Caylee, who has been missing since June.
Cindy Anthony said she hopes writing a book would guide people in similar situations through what she has been through as she searches for her granddaughter.
"Two years down the road, once Caylee's back home safe, and her life's back to normal, and our life's back to normal, if I can help someone in any way, and jot everything down, that I've learned, you know, that's where it is," Cindy Anthony said.
One thing the Anthonys said have bene hurting their search were other groups looking for a body instead of searching as if Caylee was alive.
In addition, the Kid Finders Network has found themselves short of donations, and have had to scale back its efforts in the its search for Caylee.
The Kid Finders Network plans to hold a conference Monday.
Cindy Anthony tells WESH she's not writing a book:
Posted by halboedeker on Nov 16, 2008 1:04:24 PM
What's up with Cindy Anthony? The story keeps changing.
"I'm not writing a book. I don't know where people get stuff," the mother of Casey Anthony told WESH-Channel 2 in a report Sautrday.
UPDATE: Search For Caylee Resumes Monday:
Sunday, November 16, 2008 2:20:14 PM
Bounty hunter Leonard Padilla also called off his search for the weekend, saying he plans to be back in the water in Blanchard Park Monday morning.
The Anthonys have criticized Padilla and other groups for searching for a body instead of searching as if Caylee was alive.
Search For Caylee: VIDEO
http://www.cfnews13.com/MediaPlayer...11620080924&cat=Local&title=Search For Caylee
Kid Finders Continue Caylee Search: VIDEO
http://www.cfnews13.com/MediaPlayer...ocal&title=Kid Finders Continue Caylee Search
Anthony Attorneys Examine Casey's Car:
Expert Helps Defense Examine Casey's Car:
Casey Anthony's defense team examines her car.
Cell Phone 'Dead Zones' Investigated In Casey Anthony Case
Local 6 News reporter Tony Pipitone continues his investigation into Casey Anthony.
Media goes under the microscope on IFC:
CourierPOstOnline.com • November 16, 2008
Larry Garrison is introduced. He is a "news broker" who turns small-town tragedies into international stories. Most recently, Garrison was a spokesperson in the case of missing Florida toddler Caylee Anthony.
"The most exciting part for me is that I have now become part of the story," he says, sounding disturbingly upbeat about the idea. "I love watching the news. I love being on the inside."
New Spokesperson and Cindy Anthony: "Caylee is Still Alive"
November 15, 2008 - 7:49PM
Monday, Bart plans to hold a news conference to show evidence that Caylee is still alive. Bart says several leads placed Caylee at Orlando International Airport.
Bounty hunter Leonard Padilla leaving town, WESH reports:
posted by halboedeker on Nov 16, 2008 7:00:27 PM
Kealing reported that investigators want to polygraph Padilla "to find out if he sincerely believes his divers had found something of value ... or if perhaps this was a deliberately staged publicity stunt."
WESH said Padilla is leaving town without taking the test, but he said he could take it in California. Padilla is trying to raise more money for professional divers, WESH reported.
Anthonys hold vigil for missing Caylee:
Last Edited: Sunday, 16 Nov 2008, 11:04 PM EST
Created: Sunday, 16 Nov 2008, 10:15 PM EST
ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) -- Punctuated by a rendition of "Lean on Me," sung by George Anthony, grandfather of missing Orlando toddler Caylee Marie, dozens showed up for a candlelight vigil on Sunday evening.
The media was invited to attend, but not allowed inside the Eastside Baptist Church. After the service, which lasted about an hour, George and his wife Cindy talked to reporters.
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