Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Karate Dad, Oct 12, 2008.
Daily Updates for Sunday October 12, 2008 No Discussion Please
Grand Jury Set To Meet In Casey Anthony Case.
ORLANDO -- Final preparations are under way before Casey Anthony's grand jury hearing next week.
George Anthony, Caseys father, handed out Caylee fliers in the Lee Vista neighborhood Saturday.
The Kid Finder's Network has a tent set up along Chickasaw Trail, as well as a billboard of Caylee Marie.
George answered questions and gave out T-shirts to passers-by.
Meanwhile, Casey Anthony spent several hours at her attorney's office to prepare for the hearing.
Although it's been quiet in the Anthony neighborhood, residents who live along Grandee Drive said they just want the hearing to be over with so they can start getting life back to normal without protesters or media.
Reported on Channel 13 news TV (Orlando) that the GJ meetings are supposed to be secret. It was leaked to the press on their meeting on Tuesday. There will be an investigation as to how, where the leak came from. No link yet.
Link is now up for Basnme's story about Grand Jury info leak.
News 13 Orlando has added a video to accompany the Grand Jury leak story
already mentioned in this thread.
ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) -- Texas Equusearch, a non-profit group that is helping to organize searches for missing 3-year-old Orlando toddler Caylee Anthony, may be pulling out of Orlando for good.
"We gotta think about what's good for Equusearch in these tough economic times, because people who donate money may not donate again if all our money goes to one person when there are more (missing persons) out there," Equusearch founder Tim Miller told FOX 35 reporter Tracy Jacim in an exclusive interview on Sunday.
The fact that Miller says Equusearch has already spent $44,000 on the search for Caylee, only having recouped $5,000 from the Orange County Sheriff's Office and another $7,000 from private donations, and the fact that the Anthonys are not cooperating, is forcing Miller to reconsider continuing the search.
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