Somehow a piece of information that could have convicted Casey Anthony for the murder of her two-year-old daughter was overlooked, but has now surfaced on the web!
Police confirm that on the last day Caylee Anthony was seen alive, someone searched “foolproof suffocation” on the Anthonys’ computer. This newly found evidence could have convicted Casey Anthony for the murder of her daughter.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that the term was searched on a computer at the home of George and Cindy Anthony on June 16, 2008 — the same day Caylee was last seen alive. After repeatedly asking the whereabouts of Caylee, it took Cindy 31 days to call the police to notify them about her missing granddaughter.
Authorities say that the “foolproof suffocation” search wasn’t new, but prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick admitted to Sentinel that investigators did not know about the search until Casey was acquitted of all charges.
Caylee’s body was found in a garbage bag dumped in a swamp on December 11, 2008, almost six months after her grandparents had last seen her.
What do you think about the new overlooked evidence, HollyMoms?
— Julianna Spence
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