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The testimony of Casey Anthony’s brother Lee in the murder of Caylee harms Casey’s defense!
Lee Anthony, Casey‘s older brother, took the stand today to corroborate his mother Cindy‘s story that she hadn’t seen her 2-year-old granddaughter Caylee in weeks, around the time of her disappearance — and when questioned about her whereabouts, Casey had merely given excuses.
Caylee’s grandmother Cindy Anthony testified in court today, May 31, and struggled to maintain her composure as she relived the moment she discovered Caylee was missing.
The Casey Anthony trial has brought up a lot of twists and turns, including today’s testimony where her mother Cindy Anthony, 52, couldn’t control her sobs as she took to the stand to discuss the terrifying 911 call she made to police back in July 2008 when 2-year-old Caylee was reported missing. “I lost it,” Cindy testified. “I just went into the room and yelled at Casey, ‘What do you mean she’s been gone? Why didn’t you tell us?'”
Can you believe this? The chain of events in this case keeps sounding stranger and stranger!
The Orlando, FL court room heard yesterday that Casey Anthony, the young mom accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008, never wavered on her party-girl ways shortly following the girl’s disappearance. Do her actions say it all?
Casey’s attorney, Jose Baez, is trying to get sympathy for the mom accused of murdering her 2-year-old. What do you think?
The death of Caylee Anthony, an innocent 2-year-old girl, remains a mystery while her mother, Casey, stands trial. The story broke in July 2008 when Casey finally reported her daughter missing an entire month after her disappearance.
This tragic story in the death of a toddler is taking a turn that no one saw coming.
The evidence againstCasey Anthony has been pretty overwhelming since her 2008 arrest for the alleged murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. Her trial began Tuesday with a shocking claim from Casey’s defense attorney, Jose Baez, who argued that the little girl was never missing to begin with, but instead drowned accidentally in the family’s swimming pool.
This case has kept everyone on the edge of their seats — is it on the verge of being resolved?
Casey Anthony, a 25-year-old Orlando, Florida mother, is finally going to trial for a terrible crime committed three years ago. Caylee Anthony was murdered and all but forgotten until the child’s grandmother, Cindy Anthony, made a phone call to Orange County Police and reported her missing.