Witnesses and when they testified ***LIST ONLY***

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    Witnesses called as of June 4, 2011 (36)

    May 24, 2011
    - George Anthony

    May 25, 2011
    - Cameron Campana
    - Nathan Lezniewicz
    - Clint Roy House
    - Maria Kissh
    - Brian Burner
    - Jamie Realander
    - Erica Gonzalez
    - Anthony Lazzaro

    May 26, 2011
    - Anthony Lazzaro (again)
    - George Anthony (again)
    - Ricardo Morales
    - Melissa England
    - Troy Brown
    - Iassen Donov
    - Danti Salati
    - Christopher Stutz
    - Matthew Crisp

    May 27, 2011
    - Mallory Parker
    - William Waters
    - Catherine Sanchez - Amscot
    - Simon Birch
    - George Anthony (again)
    - Anthony Lazzaro (again)
    - [all store surveillance videos played]

    May 28, 2011
    - Anthony Lazzaro (again)
    - Cindy Anthony

    May 31, 2011
    - Cindy Anthony (again)
    - Amy Huizenga
    - [audio of KC first call home played]

    June 1, 2011
    - Amy Huizenga (again)
    - Lee Anthony
    - Rendon Fletcher
    - Adriana Acevedo
    - Amanda Macklin - Saw Grass Apts
    - Reginald Hosey
    - Yuri Melich

    June 2, 2011
    - Jeffrey Hopkins
    - Leonard Turtora
    - Yuri Melich (again)
    - [audio interview of KC at Universal played]
    - [jail visit videos played]

    June 3, 2011
    - [more jail visit videos played]
    - Charity Beasley
    - Awilda McBride
    - Christine Narkiewicz
    - Gerardo Bloise

    June 4, 2011
    - Karen Korsberg Lowe
    - Michael Vincent
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    State witnesses testified

    June 6, 2011

    - Dr. Arpad Vass - all day [air samples from trunk]

    June 7, 2011

    - Gerardo Bloise - [empty items in trash bag in trunk]
    - Dr. Arpad Vass - [only to correct an Exhibit number IO to IR]
    - Dr. Michael Rickenbach - FBI [ tests for chloroform items in trunk]
    - Jason Forgey - [OCSO dog handler of Gerus and Bones- search of car and backyard]
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    June 8, 2011
    - Kristen Brewer - Osceola County Sheriff's Dept - cadaver dog handler
    - Sandra [Cawn] Osborne - OCSO forensic computer examiner
    - Kevin Stenger - OCSO computer forensics - Osborne's supervisor
    - John Bradley - Cacheback - internet searches for chloroform, etc.
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    June 9, 2011
    - John Bradley - Cacheback - [Baez finished re-cross]
    - Lee Anthony - Baez does cross - new version of Zanny taking Caylee at JBlanchard
    - audio played of Roy Kronk finding human skull
    - Edward Turso - OCSO - went to Suburban Dr. with Roy Kronk and saw skull
    - Jennifer Welch - OCSO CSI - photos of crime scene, skull, duct tape, bags, blanket, Disney bag
    - Steve Hanson - Chief Investigator for the Medical Examiner's office - photos of skull [Mason cross exam]
    - Gary Utz - Medical Examiner - photos of skull, shorts, Henkel duct tape, laundry bag
    and garbage bags with tight knot in yellow handles
    [court recessed for day after afternoon break - Inmate "ill"]
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    June 10, 2011
    - Dr. Gary Utz - Medical Examiner's office - continuation [shorts and shirt and tags]
    - Dr. John Schultz - Univ of Central FL Forensic Anthropology [bones found] - Mason cross exam
    - Dr. Jan Garavaglia - Medical Examiner [manner and cause of death] Mason cross exam
    - Dr. Michael Warren - PhD C.A. Pound Human ID Lab -video superimposition played showing skull/face with duct tape wide enough to cover Caylee's mouth and nose
    - Michael Vincent - again -CSI with OCSO - insect evidence/maggots from trash in car sent to Dr. Neal Haskell
    - Robin Maynard - CSI with OCSO- insect evidence from Suburban Dr sent to Dr. Neal Haskell and the pink heart on the cardboard on Suburban Dr.
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    June 11, 2011
    - Dr. Neal Haskell - entomology/insects - flies in trunk and woods, napkins with adipocere from trash in trunk, and filters from vacuum trunk of car
    - Jennifer Welch (again) - OCSO CSI - photos at recovery site - bones, lettering on Big Trouble shirt, duct tape, machete, palmetto trunks, paver stones
    - Ronald Murdock - forensic supervisor for OCSO - created Total Station program 3D birds eye view of recovery site on Suburban Dr where bones and duct tape found, also did search warrant on Anthony home and collected gas can, heart stickers, photos of KC and Caylee bedrooms, Winnie-the-Pooh bedding, Whitney canvas laundry bag, black garbage bags in garage, photos of sheds and contents at Anthony home
    - Gerald Johnston - Owner Allen & Company surveying - created video animation of fly through of recovery site on Suburban Dr - purple markers are bones found

    [*** NOTE - Gerald Johnston - Allen & Company - see witness Kim Cannon - Allen & Co - architecture - EXPERT - added March 23, 2009 - testimony combined with witness Fabiano Santos [no Defense depo]
    witness Gerald Johnston testified at trial on June 11, 2011
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    June 13, 2011
    - Stephen Shaw - FBI - hair and fiber examiner - photos of hair with post mortem root banding and hairs from live people showing decomposition without post mortem root banding - no root banding in hair from live people only from deceased people in process of decomposition

    - Elizabeth Fontaine - FBI physical scientist forensic examiner in latent print division - examined 3 pieces of duct tape on remains - no fingerprints found - saw heart shaped residue on duct tape in the size of a dime - her supervisor saw it also

    Court dismissed early until tomorrow at 1:00
    State may rest its case in chief tomorrow or by noon on Wednesday
    Jury may be in deliberations by June 25th or June 27th
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    June 14, 2011

    - Catherine Theisen - Chief Quality Assurance - for FBI Lab Quantico, VA
    forensic mitochondrial DNA examiner - did exams on hair in trunk
    and Caylee's hair mass - they match

    also includes anyone in Casey's maternal line, Lee, Cindy, Grandma Plesea

    - Alina Burroughs - CSI with OCSO - testimony about aerial map showing
    distance from Anthony home to Suburban site, also about heart stickers
    found in Casey's bedroom

    - Cindy Anthony - testimony about
    hair lengths and colors on KC, Caylee, Cindy, Lee, Mrs. Plesea and her sons
    duct tape at the command center
    Whitney canvas laundry bags
    black garbage bags in garage
    Caylee's Big Trouble shirt
    George using duct tape
    Winnie The Pooh blanket missing
    shorts Caylee outgrew - while bouncing on KC's knees

    - jury shown puffy heart sticker on cardboard

    - stipulations regarding WFTV video on July 20, 2008, Lee at command post with
    duct tape on Caylee missing poster

    - stipulations regarding Cindy employment at Gentiva - January 1, 2008 through
    July 16, 2008 - time card history report

    - stipulations regarding George employment at Security Forces
    Jan 16, 2008 through July 4, 2008 - weekly time reports

    - stipulations regarding Photobucket photos from May 24, 2007 through
    July 16, 2008

    - stipulations regarding the identity of remains being Caylee Marie Anthony

    - stipulations regarding identity of defendant being Casey Anthony

    - Jenny Welch - CSI with OCSO - testimony regarding her photos of
    Casey's tattoo

    - Bobby Williams - Cast Iron Tattoos - did Bella Vita tattoo on Casey on July 2, 2008 and saw her on July 15th when she made an appointment for July 19th

    - Defense made Motion for mistrial - DENIED

    - State will enter 2 items of evidence on Wednesday morning, then rest their case

    - Mason said the Defense will file for a Judgment of Acquittal on Wednesday

    - Defense will start their presentation on Thursday June 16, 2011

    - State will take deposition of Defense proposed expert witness in Grief Therapy, Sally Karioth, on Saturday June 18, 2011
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    June 15, 2011

    - no witnesses today

    - State and Defense agreed to stipulation that the tattoo "Bella Vita" is an Italian phrase meaning "beautiful life" - the Judge read this to the jury

    - the State entered into evidence Exhibits IP/#322 and IQ/#323 - samples of spare tire cover in metal cans - Baez said they would want a proffer if anything else is done with this evidence [such as open cans]

    - the State rests their case in chief
    the jury is dismissed for the day

    - Mason gives argument to the Judge for Motion for Judgment of Acquittal
    LDBurdick gives the State's position
    Judge DENIES the Motion

    Judge: in this case there is more than a single act ... those acts consist of duct taping, the nose and mouth, the presence of chloroform in the trunk, coupled with fact that there is evidence that the child was placed in a trash bag and other container and
    statements introduced into evidence that during this time period Ms Anthony through statements, said that the child was alive during various segments of this time.
    It is quite clear in this case more than one single act which satisfies the test of Brooks vs State.
    Considering the evidence in the light most favorable to the state and reviewing all evidence and tests laid down by Florida Supreme Court the defense motion for judgment of acquittal on counts 1-7 are hereby denied.
    These are strictly questions for the jury to decide
    The court finds State has presented substantial competent evidence for this jury, the trier of fact in this case to decide this particular issue.
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    June 16, 2011 - Defense begins case

    - Gerardo Bloise - [State witness] CSI with OCSO - examined Tony's car, found no blood
    LDB said Tony's car did not smell like a dead body
    examined KC's clothes - no stains on pants from car on June 16th - Cindy
    had washed them

    - Heather Seubert - [State witness] FBI Lab - supervisor forensic DNA examiner
    expert in serology and DNA analysis
    no blood on spare tire cover or trunk liner
    no DNA typing on items from trunk
    no blood on clothing from KC's closet
    no blood on shovel or DNA
    3 pieces of duct tape - all Anthonys excluded from DNA profile
    DNA on duct tape from FBI Lorie Gottesman
    inconclusive DNA on sticky side of duct tape
    shorts - no blood or semen
    Big Trouble shirt - possible blood - no DNA
    blanket - possible blood - no DNA and no semen
    laundry bag - possible blood - no DNA
    Q103 blanket - unrelated to case - possible blood
    doll - no blood
    carseat - no blood
    steering wheel cover - no biological stains no testing
    Lee and George excluded as father of Caylee
    not George's DNA on duct tape
    Ashton - not blood but could be decomp fluid on items from trunk
    Ashton - no blood because killed in manner that blood not shed
    no DNA on duct tape because of exposure to elements for 6 months
    all this witness can say is no blood in the trunk and only DNA is from
    lab personnel

    - Robin Maynard - [State witness] CSI with OCSO - puffy heart sticker was found in lane 6,
    45ft from baseline [no cross exam]

    - Ron Murdock - [State witness] forensic supervisor for OCSO - created Total Station program
    3D birds eye view of recovery site on Suburban Dr where bones and duct tape found - heart sticker in lane 6, 45ft from baseline - 30ft away from skull in
    area A [ no cross exam]

    - Jennifer Welch - [State witness] OCSO CSI - no bones found past lane 6 where puffy heart
    sticker found
    lots of photos of trash photographed and collected from scene
    LDB - Caylee Marie Anthony was discarded in a TRASH DUMP

    - Lorie Gottesman - [State witness] FBI - supervisor Forensic Document Examiner
    examined 3 pieces of duct tape for heart sticker residue - none found
    her DNA profile was on the duct tape after she examined it
    she examined pieces of black plastic from scene and also black garbage
    bags that Caylee was in, from the scene and compared to black garbage
    bags from Anthony home - no match conclusively
    Ashton - some were inconclusive - could be - maybe - maybe not match

    - Cary Oien - [State witness] FBI Lab - expert in hair and fiber analysis
    examined Brian Burner shovel - found fragment of hair - not enough to
    compare to known samples
    Ashton - means nothing
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    June 17, 2011 - Defense case

    only one witness today - Dr. Timothy Huntington
    Asst Professor of Biology at Concordia in Nebraska
    expert forensic entomology consultant
    LKBaden asked him to get involved with the case the day Caylee found - Dec 11, 2008
    [before the remains were even confirmed to be Caylee]
    he was trained by State expert Dr. Neal Haskell
    he said human decomp fluids will KILL GRASS [Cindy said there is a spot of grass in
    their backyard which will not grow grass anymore]
    he says his conclusion is that there was never a dead body in the trunk, and stain in the
    trunk is not from decomp fluid
    Ashton had him admit that the trunk still stunk after 2 years, and that the body was placed at the Suburban site in June/July 2008

    Ashton gave a hypothetical where Caylee could have been ALIVE in the trunk

    hypothetical - body in trunk day or two, perhaps even placed there alive
    object overruled
    in trunk alive, dies in trunk, if large amounts of chloroform on body or in air, what affect would chloroform have on early colonizers/flies on this dead body? no research on that topic I don't know good answer
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    June 18, 2011

    only two Defense witnesses today

    -Dr. William Rodriguez - Forensic Anthropologist with Dept of Defense Armed Forces Medical Examiner Office in Washington, DC
    expert in Forensic Anthropology, Taphonomy, and Forensic Entomology
    unpaid consultant
    one of the founders of the Body Farm in TN
    he said decomp fluid kills vegetation, by smothering it, at initial deposit site of human body decomposing
    [Cindy said grass will not grow in a spot in her backyard since 2008]

    he started to say how he can tell how the duct tape was applied but going into this area is a violation of the Court Order for all experts to write in their report all opinions they will testify to
    Dr. Rodriguez must do a deposition with the State today at 1:00, then return to continue to testify on Monday, next week.

    Judge withholds ruling on possible contempt of court finding against Baez for not disclosing to the State the info about Dr. Rodriguez' testimony regarding the positioning of the duct tape

    - Dr. Werner Spitz - professional medical doctor and Forensic Pathologist
    Chief Medical Examiner of Wayne County Michigan in Detroit
    he did 2nd autopsy on Caylee's remains (actually just an exam of her skeleton)
    he cut open her skull and claims to have found brain dust sediment inside, meaning her skull decomposed laying on the left side
    he says no DNA on the duct tape from Caylee's skin
    no fractures or blows on skull
    no damage to bones except animal chews and the thigh bone cut open for testing
    Dr G did not take bone marrow from thigh bone for testing to help determine cause of death
    he says manner of death could be accident [not homicide as Dr G says]
    he says duct tape not placed prior to decomp [as Dr G says] - he says duct tape placed after decomp - to hold mandible to the skull
    he says nothing on bone to indicate duct tape affixed to skull
    he says no skin on the duct tape
    he says no adipocere on skeleton - forms in 10-12 days

    Ashton cross exam of Spitz
    Spitz says somebody draped strands of hair on skull for photo
    Spitz says residue inside skull is brain dust, not just dirt
    Ashton said no need to cut open the skull, can just look through the bottom
    Caylee's hair was stuck to the duct tape and fell to the back, not to the side
    Ashton brought out Spitz' attraction to high profile cases and interviews with media
    - local Orlando TV interview
    - local Detroit TV6 interview this week
    - Detroit newspaper interview
    - interview with Orlando Tony Pipitone
    - interview with female Detroit reporter
    - TODAY Show in 2009
    - 48Hours show interview
    - in high profile cases of Phil Spector and OJ Simpson
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    June 20, 2011

    No witnesses today
    recessed at 11:00 until 9:00am tomorrow

    Baez was going to call Dr. William Rodriguez but Ashton told the Judge he needed more time to review Dr. R's deposition transcript from Saturday, and time to prepare for cross examination.

    Ashton said Dr. R prepared to state opinion which he is not qualified to give: opinion that other people can't distinguish human decomp from other odors. This opinion was not in Dr R's original Report.

    Then Baez wanted to call Defense expert Mr. Richard Eiklenbloom - but Ashton said there is nothing in his Report, so Ashton did not do a deposition with him, with no info.

    Ashton said Mr. Eiklenbloom showed up at my office yesterday afternoon [Sunday] w/o depo, had no report and I just got a 2 page report and 45 slide PP presentation yesterday [Sunday]

    Ashton said he will prepare another Sanctions package against Baez for this deliberate violation of the court order.

    Ashton said he will take a deposition of Mr. Eiklenbloom on Tuesday at 5:00pm.

    The Judge reviewed his previous Orders regarding expert witnesses, from Dec 10, 2010 and Jan 6, 2011.

    Judge granted State request to defer testimony of Dr. Wm Rodriguez.
    Judge said he will deal with the Sanctions issue after the trial is over.
    Judge said the Florida Bar may get involved when the trial is over.

    Judge said if there are repeated violations of his Orders, then exclusion of the witness testimony may be the proper remedy if it continues.

    Judge said Wednesday will be a short trial day.

    Defense said Dr. Rodriguez was first witness - second witness was Richard Eiklenbloom - third witness was a woman they were trying to get. She never arrived.

    Judge told all attorneys to be in court at 8:30am every morning from now on.

    Judge said we would go all day on Saturday [not stop at 1:00].

    Judge said by stipulation between Defense and State court is in recess until 9:00am tomorrow morning.
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    June 21, 2011

    - Jennifer Welch - CSI with OCSO - Atty Sims did direct exam photos of vegetation and log removed
    Ashton said in cross that she has no idea how close to skull photo of vegetation removed, was

    - Dr. Jane Bock - Botanist - Atty Sims did direct exam
    shortest time Caylee's remains could have been at recovery site was
    two weeks - because of pattern of leaf litter
    said no camphor tree at recovery site and camphor leaves found in
    trunk of car
    Ashton said in cross that she cannot say for sure only 2 weeks
    because leaf litter was up to the nose of Caylee's skull and her hip
    bone was buried in 4 inches of muck
    there were roots growing into Caylee's hair mass and into the
    laundry bag and bones

    - re: witness William Rodriguez - Forensic Anthropologist with Dept of Defense Armed Forces Medical Examiner Office in Washington, DC
    expert in Forensic Anthropology, Taphonomy, and Forensic Entomology
    left Saturday because of discovery violations about opinion re duct tape
    Ashton said about him not coming back, at some point the Judge needs
    to tell the jury about that

    Judge will craft some language for that
    Baez said they have further inquiry, discussing that as a team now

    - Richard Eikelenboom - DNA scientist
    Judge read an instruction to jury that his Report was not provided to
    the State until Saturday June 18th

    Eikelenboom wanted to testify about lack of DNA testing on
    carpet stain in trunk, with low copy DNA testing

    ** Judge said the Defense will still be going on for next two weeks

    ** Judge said this discovery violation was willful, not inadvertent
    and substantial, not trivial - sanction is to not allow Eikenlenboom
    to testify about possibility of testing decomp fluid in trunk

    will allow Defense to file a Motion for a Frye hearing by Saturday
    will hold a Frye Hearing on Wednesday or Thursday evening

    used PowerPoint slides to explain touch DNA
    says DNA could have been collected from sticky side of duct tape if
    it had been put on Caylee's mouth
    could have got DNA from maggots or flies
    Ashton on cross said flies were very tiny and had been dead a long time
    hot, wet environment worst things for DNA
    extremely remote possibility to find DNA on duct tape after body
    sits in hot swampy area for 6 months and completely skeletonized

    he did not do DNA testing on duct tape - question raised objection that Judge has to research

    the examples on slides of panties, jacket and hand in water for 3 weeks - not
    dealing with skeletonized remains

    - Yuri Melich - conducted 3 search warrants on Anthony home and found no
    printouts from computer search for how to make chloroform or items
    related to chloroform
    LDBurdick on cross said that Casey was out of jail during this time
    on first search warrant in late August Melich did not have preliminary
    results from Oak Ridge Lab on high levels of chloroform in trunk carpet

    - Dr. Marcus Wise - research scientist at Oak Ridge Lab in TN
    analytical chemistry
    Baez asked about protocols and quality control measures and tried to point
    out errors in Dr. Wise testing methods
    Baez mentioned contamination of air samples by gasoline in trunk
    Ashton on cross talked about highest peak of chloroform in air samples

    - State gave Defense new supplemental Discovery
    CS of info about Inmate April Whalen who was in jail at same time
    with Casey and whose son drowned in pool, found by grandfather
    and info on computer activity and IMs on Anthony HP desktop computer
    on June 16, 2008 - State may use evidence to rebut Baez' opening statements
    about what happened on the morning of June 16, 2008
    photos of shot girls

    - Judge said short day on Wednesday, work until noon, because Judge has to
    attend a meeting regarding trial court budget, he is on the executive committee
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    June 22, 2011 - short day due to Judge Perry's trial court budget meeting

    - Maureen Bottrell - FBI Trace Evidence Unit - geologist forensic examiner
    did analysis of soil from Suburban Dr, soil in trunk of Casey's car,
    Casey's shoes, Brian Burner shovel, and a shoe transport bag - no
    match of soil to Suburban Dr - but cannot say Casey's shoes were never
    at Suburban Dr for several reasons

    - Madeline Montgomery - FBI Lab - Chemistry Unit - forensic toxicologist
    tested Caylee's hair mass for Xanax, Valium, chlonopin, rufies (date
    rape drug), and Ketamine - all negative
    Ashton said if Caylee died immediately from chloroform, then it would
    not be detected in her hair, but not mean she was not ever given drugs

    - Michael Sigman - Mason did direct exam
    Univ Central FL - PhD in chemistry
    was at Oak Ridge Lab in TN from 1990-2002
    tested air samples in trunk using different equipment than Dr. Vass used
    found ordinary gasoline in air samples
    found small amounts of chloroform, concluded from dry cleaning products
    or bleach - can't say there was human decomp in trunk
    Ashton said the trunk liner and spare tire cover had already been removed
    from the car 4 days earlier before Sigman ran air sample tests
    Sigman said chemicals could be related to human decomposition, and not
    from a bathing suit in the trunk or swimming pool water

    - Susan Mears - Crime Scene Supervisor for OCSO
    collected red World of Disney plastic bag with Gatorade bottle inside
    no cross exam

    - Dr. Michael Rickenbach - FBI - Forensic Chemist Examiner
    tested Gatorade bottle with syringe with unknown substance in them
    found testosterone in both with small amount of chloroform which
    could be from a cleaning product
    tested carseat and steering wheel cover - no chloroform on them
    small amounts of chloroform on doll but not enough to make a conclusion

    - Karen Korsberg Lowe - FBI - hair and fiber analysis
    no decomp on hairs on Casey's clothes from closet in Anthony home
    no decomp on hairs from trash in car
    no decomp on hair on trunk liner
    no decomp on hairs in debris in trash and on paper towels
    no match on fibers from Medical Examiner office from Caylee's remains
    compared to fibers on trunk liner, spare tire cover, and vacuumings
    no match on fabric portion of duct tape at scene and tape at Anthony home
    hair in Caylee's hair mass compared to hairs in debris, plastic, blanket,
    bag, tape - found one caucasian head hair and unknown who it came from
    Ashton said that Casey was not living at the Anthony home in 30 days
    from June 16th - July 16th, when her clothes collected for testing

    - Judge told Defense to give him an estimate on Friday of when they might wrap up
    their case so the State can prepare for their rebuttal case

    - Defense taking deposition of Vasco Thompson today - they claim he had phone contact with George Anthony on July 14, 2008 - he says he did not have the phone number until Feb 2009
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    June 23, 2011

    - Susan Mears - Crime Scene Supervisor for OCSO
    brought Gatorade bottle with syringe and Disney bag - entered into evidence
    no cross by LDBurdick

    - Stephen Shaw - FBI - expert in trace evidence hair and fiber
    showed his PowerPoint slides of hairs taken from live people not showing
    post mortem banding as in hairs taken from deceased people
    none of the hairs in his study, taken from living people had the PM banding
    2 examiners in the study first mistook hairs for PM banding but corrected
    their original findings
    he examined hair from Caylee's hair mass, debris from the skull, and
    3 pieces of duct tape
    Ashton in cross - all hair on tape and hair mass from same person [Caylee]
    some of the hairs from living people, in car trunks in the study, had
    darkening but no PM banding
    it is well established that PM banding relates to decomp in deceased people

    - Dr. Barry Logan - forensic toxicologist and analytical chemist
    he is National Director Forensic Svs for NMS Lab Willow Grove, PA
    Atty Sims did direct - all about use of the GCMS equipment and how
    a research lab (Dr Vass) differs from a forensic lab (Dr Logan)
    Ashton on cross - when Vass or Wise found a problem, they did the right
    thing and stopped, corrected problem, and ran test again
    Sims tried to bring in several issues which were not allowed in

    - Jennifer Welch - CSI with OCSO - no socks or shoes from Caylee at
    Suburban Drive site
    no cross exam

    - Cindy Anthony - says she did computer searches on March 17, 2008 and
    March 21st for chlorophyll and chloroform, and alcohol, acetone, and injuries
    she was at home using computer even when work records say
    she was at work - she says she made all the computer entries
    did not have to use password - computer always on
    everyone uses the desktop computer even Casey's friends
    Lee, George, and Casey all drove the Pontiac
    stain in trunk was there when they bought the Pontiac for Lee
    LDBurdick on cross - Cindy did not have a MySpace or Facebook account
    on those days
    Cindy knew computer searches were an issue in this case since Sept 2008
    Cindy did not tell detectives that she made computer searches
    Cindy only told LDBurdick in depo in 2009, that she searched chlorophyll
    spelled wrong
    Cindy did not do searches on self defense, household weapons,
    neck breaking [except article about skate boarder doing a neck breaking
    feat], no searches for shovel, possibly did search for inhalation
    Cindy did not look up chloroform 84 times
    Cindy did not look up chloro2 or chloroform habit or how to make weapons
    out of household products

    - Sandra Cawn Osborne - OCSO computer forensic examiner
    did not do spreadsheet on hit on keyword "chloroform"
    computer password was rico23, set on May 14, 2008

    - Sgt Kevin Stenger - OCSO computer forensics - Osborne's supervisor
    did Net Analysis Report and cacheback reports on keyword hits for
    "chloroform" - the two reports are different
    Net Analysis report shows MySpace visited 84 times, 83 times, 82 times
    and 81 times on March 21 through March 13th
    Net Analysis shows sci-spot...chloroform visited one time
    found keyword "chloraform" [with an "a"] and did Excel spreadsheet
    LDBurdick on cross - the MySpace visits were at same time as visits on
    how to make chloroform [Cindy did not have a MySpace acct]
    "how to make chloroform" would not show up if typed in "chlorophyll"
    Casey could have had tabs open for chloroform while opening other
    tabs and still reading - even though opened new tab 3 minutes later

    - proffer on testimony of FBI agent Nickolas Savage and FBI Erin Martin
    Ashton said their testimony is not relevant
    Mason argued to the Judge [no jury present] why the defense wants them to
    testify - regarding emails which prosecutors asked them to get of
    the duct tape on Caylee's skull while at the ME's office with
    scale to show the measurements - implied prosecutor misconduct
    in trying to create evidence
    Judge ruled that both witness testimony on this subject is not relevant to
    any material issue in the case
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    June 24, 2011

    - Cindy Anthony
    shorts found with Caylee's remains not fit her - 3T
    photos of Caylee climbing ladder of pool - did not need much help
    photo of Caylee at sliding glass door - could reach it
    Cindy told co workers about ladder up and gate open June 16, 2008
    and called George at work and told Det Yuri Melich
    Caylee never left house barefoot
    LDBurdick in cross - Cindy not believe Caylee drowned and was never
    told that Caylee drowned
    Cindy said previously ladder up incident was before gas can incident
    on June 24th sometime that week, not specifically on June 16th
    Cindy has made errors on dates before - ex: last seen June 9th
    no way Caylee could lift the pool ladder by herself and put it on pool
    no way Caylee could open the sliding glass door by herself
    no way Caylee could open the outside side gate
    Caylee was obedient and followed instructions about pool safety
    adult standing at edge of pool could not reach in and grab an item
    without getting wet
    Cindy kept clothes that Caylee outgrew in the house
    tags on Caylee's clothes Circo brand from Target

    Baez tried to ask if Cindy George having marital problems and objection
    Judge said your theory of defense was that this was accidental drowning, that
    your client's behavior subsequent to drowning was caused by long term sexual
    abuse of Ms A at hands of father and brother

    Judge said you cannot use broad blanket of theory of defense to just get any and
    everything in - Defense told Judge current theory of defense in private at sidebar

    - Lee Anthony
    owned Pontiac before Casey from 2000-2005
    had three stains in trunk when he bought it
    he knew Casey was pregnant in early 2005 but was told to let it go by Cindy
    knew Casey was not just putting on weight [as Cindy said]
    he was hurt and angry that he was not included in Caylee's birth
    Lee sobbed on the witness stand under direct exam by Baez
    Ashton on cross - Lee met with Baez to tell about something Lee heard
    his parents discussing while waiting at courthouse
    Lee refused to meet with the State regarding testimony today
    Lee did not call out Casey on the pregnancy bump or bulge - not a big deal
    today Lee said he asked Casey and his mother if she was pregnant
    Cindy and George were over the top and excited about birth, not hiding it
    Lee saw all the preparations for Caylee's arrival and the baby shower not a
    Lee's bedroom right next to redecorated room for Caylee
    the one basketball sized stain in trunk not in car when bought it
    the other stains Lee claims there when bought car, did not make a stench in the
    car like the basketball sized stain
    Lee did not cry during his depo when asked the same questions today
    Lee said it was because he did not believe Caylee was dead back then
    but Lee spoke at Caylee's memorial [she was dead] six months before
    his depo
    Ashton brought out how Lee is cooperative with defense but not the State
    State had to show him his depo transcript several times, but not Baez

    - Cindy Anthony (again today)
    did not believe Casey was pregnant at Rick's wedding
    baby shower for Caylee was held after her birth because she was born early
    no males were present at the baby shower - no Lee [said he was not invited]

    - Ryan Eberlin - OCSO - Mason direct exam
    did not notice odor in car on July 16, 2008
    put handcuffs on Casey for 2-3 minutes because Cindy said she committed
    crimes of fraudulent use of credit cards and stole car

    **Judge gave jury instruction that jury to know that Casey not on trial for
    crimes of fraudulent use of CC, only to explain why deputy put on handcuffs

    - Cpl Eric Edwards - OCSO Homicide unit - Mason did proffer
    interviewed Linda Tinelli - not allowed to tell jury that LE wanted her to
    wear a wire to get info from George and Cindy
    Linda told LE that she saw George with duct tape
    Judge said testimony not admissible

    - Linda Tinelli - volunteer at KidFinders tent end of July to Dec 8, 2008
    Mason direct exam
    saw George with duct tape at command center to tape down tablecloths and to
    put up missing child posters
    LDBurdick no cross exam

    - Yuri Melich - OCSO lead detective on case
    George told him about smell in the car in private in driveway July 16, 2008
    George directed focus on to Casey
    Melich and Metro Bureau Inv got Anthony home phone records, not cell
    phone records for George, Cindy, Lee - only Casey cell phone records
    pulled cell phone records on Roy Kronk and got statements from him and his
    co workers, did not take RK's computer
    Det Gerald White had tip on dead end of Suburban Dr - Melich said area
    already searched by cadaver dog and Kevin Forgey - tip not near remains
    did not investigate duct tape at remains site and duct tape with George at
    command center connection - Henkel duct tape on gas can

    - Houskeeping matters

    Defense wrap up case by Wednesday or Thursday
    State one day or two for rebuttal case
    Judge will not allow attorneys to split up on rebuttal -
    closing arguments will take as long as opening statements took - one day
    Judge will issue Order on Monday regarding closing arguments

    Baez said there are discovery violations over Roy Kronk phone records
    and George phone records and Anthony family phone records
    LDBurdick said they have been given discovery
    Defense already gave subpoena for Roy Kronk phone records
    Defense gave Anthony family phone records to LDBurdick
    Judge said it is late in the day for red herrings [phone records]

    Attorneys argued over jury instruction regarding witness Dr. Wm Rodriguez
    who is not coming back - he did not have permission from his employer
    the Dept of Defense to testify - could get fired
    Ashton received a phone call after DoD saw it on TV from supervisor Dept Defense Cpt Malick (sp?)
    Defense wants a different jury instruction than Ashton wants
    Defense implies that Ashton called the DoD instead of DoD calling him
    and did not tell Defense about call until after Rodriguez' depo
    was taken on Saturday June 18th - Baez said they will file a
    Motion about this - Ashton said bring it on!

    Judge said Rodriguez' Captain can testify if it is against DoD regulations
    for Rodriguez to testify and if he asked permission, then Judge can decide
    what kind of jury instruction to give about this issue
    Defense told Judge they had another witness who could testify to the
    same things and chose to let Rodriguez go

    Judge will have proposed jury instructions for them to look at on Tuesday
    Will have proposed verdict forms on Wednesday
    Judge wants State to have witnesses ready to go on Wednesday
    Judge to decide if give jury instructions on Friday evening or Saturday - will take
    45 minutes
    Judge needs to decide on lesser included offenses, depending on Defense renewed
    Motion for Directed Verdict - will finish over the weekend and give to attorneys
    on Monday

    Judge asks if Defense gave State a copy of the Motion they filed?
    Ashton said something about happy to provide ... supervisor ...
    Judge said Motion to Dismiss will require an evidentiary hearing, not just attorneys flapping their gums - Judge said do it in the morning or at end of the day
    Baez said he will take name and we can inform court when ready to have heard
    Ashton slapped down a piece of paper in front of Baez at end of today

    LDBurdick followed by Mr. George stomped over to Mason and LDBurdick
    said something angrily to Mason and then stomped back to her desk
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    no witnesses - court dismissed due to legal matter arising

    - issue brought up by Ashton that Defense witness Dr. Kenneth Furton has new information which was not in his report nor his depo and new slides to use in a PowerPoint presentation wherein he indicates the source of the decomp odor in the trunk of the car - which he did not state in his depo nor report

    Ashton told the Judge this is another discovery violation
    Baez argued that it is not new opinion and he would tailor his testimony
    Judge said he needs a copy of Dr. Furton's report [which has not been filed] and will read it along with his depo to see if new info - they will have a hearing on this later

    - Mason brought up an entirely different subject to the Judge at sidebar
    all the defense attorneys met in the back with the Inmate

    Judge comes out and says both sides concur that a legal issue has arisen, different from the issue of Dr. Furton, which necessitates dismissing for today - in recess until Monday morning at 8:30am
    Judge takes court reporter to jury room
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    NOTE: Juror has London vacation planned for July 14th
    # 8 JUROR RECAP #3015 - Female, white, 50s
    has London vacation plans for July 14th

    - On Saturday, Defense filed Motion to Determine Competency to Proceed
    Judge ordered 3 doctors to examine Defendant - they gave reports
    Dr. Daniel Tressler, Dr. Harry McClaren, and Dr. Ryan Hall
    Judge Order finding her competent to proceed
    Reports are SEALED, but Motion was published

    - Defense withdrew Motion to Dismiss based on prosecutorial misconduct

    - Yuri Melich
    saw one car being searched by Dep Forgey with cadaver dog
    made a mistake re: Kronk phone records - got cell phone records for
    June 1 - July 1, no records August - December 2008
    did not get George's cell phone records except June, July 2008
    got cell phone records for Amy, Jesse, Ricardo, Tony, Chris Stutz,
    Diane Taylor, Stephanie K, JP Chatt, Ronald Westenberger,
    Troy Brown, Jenna Prentiss, Jamie Realander, Brittany Scheiber,
    LDB in cross said they are related to the search for Zanny the nanny
    never took Roy Kronk computer, but took Joy Wray computer and Ricardo's
    2 search warrants at Anthony home, first one listed Winnie the Pooh bedding
    did not search George or Cindy cars with cadaver dogs, or Anthony home
    LDBurdick - their cars did not smell like dead body
    showed aerial map of distance from Anthony home to Suburban Dr
    Casey arrested July 16th and Oct 14, 2008 - out on bond Aug - Oct
    LDBurdick on cross - Melich was busy with thousands of tips when got email
    from Joe Jordan

    - Michael Vincent
    saw one car being searched by Dep Forgey cadaver dog
    Baez used their drawings on the large paper as evidence

    - Gerardo Bloise
    saw one car being searched by Dep Forgey cadaver dog
    LDB in cross exam said their focus was on the Pontiac Sunfire

    - Jason Forgey - OCSO dog handler
    two cars were searched by cadaver dog
    Baez said first time he said his supervisor was present during searches

    - Dr. Kenneth Furton - Professor Dept of Chemistry - FL Intl Univ
    has not testified about human decomp before this trial
    showed PowerPoint slides regarding GCMS equipment
    says no instrument method can identify presence of human remains
    based on chemical residues available
    says trash in trunk could be source of decomp odor
    Ashton on cross exam - his students did research, not him
    nothing in trash would account for smell of decomp 2 years after
    trash removed
    chemicals mean human decomp in trunk

    - Sgt John Allen - attorney Finnell direct exam
    he handled (3) James Hoover videos of Dominic Casey in woods

    - James Hoover - P.I. worked with Dominic Casey
    they were looking for 3 paver stones and looking for Caylee's remains
    Dominic knew Hoover was video taping him searching
    tried to sell video to Fox news
    Bounty Hunter Padilla told him it was worth $ 200,000

    - Dominic Casey - P.I. worked for Baez and Anthonys
    did not give Hoover permission to video record him
    Cindy and George did not tell him to search woods
    a psychic Ginette Lucas told him where to search Nov 15th and 16th
    he marked on maps where he went into woods and where he parked
    Mr. George cross exam - Inmate Casey was out of jail August 2nd through
    Oct 14, 2008 and Dominic had contact with her
    prevented from getting an answer to whether he ever asked Inmate ....
    during time Dominic worked for Anthonys, still had contact with Baez
    he did not see red Disney bag or any other items found with Caylee

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