Wow! Casey Anthony has maintained a very low profile since she was acquitted for murdering her daughter, Caylee, in 2011. But a new book written by private investigator, Dominic Casey, is opening up the story once more — literally. He claims Casey did unthinkable things to her dead daughter’s body.
Casey Anthony may have been acquitted of murdering her two-year old daughter, Caylee in 2011, but a new book has shocking details about the awful events surrounding the case. The literary work accuses her of driving around with her daughter’s dead body in the trunk of her car for five days. So disgusting.
Just when you though Casey seemed to have drop off the face of the earth, this happens. New details surrounding this awful case, were made by private investigator, Dominic Casey, in his newest book “Privilege Waived – Part II, Caylee Marie Anthony.” The book claims Casey drove around for not one, not two, but FIVE days with Caylee’s dead body in the trunk of her car in June 2008. It then claims she disposed of the heavily decomposed body in a neighborhood swamp.
Dominic was hired by the Anthony family five months after Caylee’s death to find her remains. He wrote in the book that, ” On the afternoon of Monday, June 16, 2008, ‘Casey Anthony murdered Caylee in the family’s backyard, above ground pool… Casey had changed Caylee into her bathing suit. She walked her into the backyard and hooked the ladder onto the pool platform. Casey guided Caylee up the ladder to the pool then maliciously drowned her. She then carried her lifeless body in her arms from the pool, through the side gate to the garage and into the trunk of the car”. So awful. The precious baby girl’s body then remained there for five days.
The book claims, that by then, “Body fluids had leaked out from the black garbage bags into the laundry bag, the trunk and onto Mama Doll, Casey’s clothes, her black boots and the white trash bag.” Casey then drove to a swampy lot in a nearby neighborhood three minutes away and dumped the body and drove off.
Casey was accused of killing her daughter but was found not guilty in 2011. The verdict shocked the nation, because many thought she was guilty. However, the prosecution didn’t have anything specific that tied her to the crime. With no evidence that she did it, Casey was set free.
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— Brittany King