Nearly 700 pages of evidence released in the Casey Anthony case contain disturbing internet searches, a accusation of a frame-up and allegations of potential incest in the Anthony family.
The investigation has brought out accusations Casey had been making against those closest to her, namely that her father George has abused her, and that her brother Lee made inappropriate sexual advances toward her once when she was in junior high. The documents show Casey said her mother Cindy did not believe that to be true.
The newly released court documents show Casey Anthony searched for information on chloroform, types of shovels and neck-breaking on her computer in the time before her young daughter Caylee disappeared.
The documents reveal that Casey searched those items in March, at the same time she was also looking on missing children web sites. Casey reported her daughter missing in June. Casey claims she left Caylee with a babysitter but that person has never been found and Casey now stands charged with Caylee’s murder.
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Newly Released Documents Show Searches For Chloroform And Neck Breaking On Casey Anthony’s Computer. Does This Tighten The Noose Around Her Neck? Nope!
Before some of you start celebrating, you might want to pause and consider the fact that as long as there is “reasonable doubt”, a jury will be hard-pressed to find Casey Anthony guilty.
If LE didn’t do a complete image scan of Casey’s computer and get it notorized before it left the Anthony premises, Jose Baez can certainly theorize that those searches could just as easily have been done by someone after it left the premises.
It’s entirely too simple to change the date and time on computer files, to consider these searches as definite proof against Casey Anthony.
As far as I’m concerned, the fact that she didn’t report Caylee missing for a month proves that she’s guilty; not some searches that a lawyer can blast completely out of the water.