Casey Anthony Deposition
October 10, 2011 by staff
Or is she just taking advantage of deeply discounted prices after the deep disappointment of Friday’s game 5 playoff elimination at the hands of the St. Louis Cardinals?
Like her guilt or innocence, we may never know. In July, in a case that became a national obsession, a Florida jury found Anthony not guilty of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
On Saturday, Casey Anthony faced other legal process, giving a videotaped statement in a civil suit. A woman named Zenaida Gonzalez sued Anthony for her appointment as a nanny falsely Caylee at the time the boy disappeared.
During the video conference deposition, Anthony was “a Phillies cap, large sunglasses and Dolce Gabbana & a white V-neck,” according to CNN.
He also wore a “what appeared to be a dark wig, black,” said Matt Morgan, a lawyer for Gonzalez, who speculated that it could have changed your hairstyle or hair color since the trial.
Morgan describes a television station in Central Florida as “the deep breath, nostrils flaring,” and said: “I wanted to be there. Clearly annoyed, but calm, polite, not rude.”
Anthony refused to answer questions, invoking the Fifth Amendment. Its location was unknown, except that he was in Florida, serving a probationary year to check fraud.
A videotape of the statement could be made public this week, CNN reported, if Gonzalez’s lawyers seeking a court ruling that Anthony has to answer questions.
Why the Phillies cap? not likely to be among them.
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