Casey Anthony Trial News Update

June 9, 2011 by staff 

Casey Anthony Trial News UpdateCasey Anthony Trial News Update, Jurors in the murder of Casey Anthony trial shown pictures of the skull Caylee Anthony 2 years as they first saw a crime scene in Orange County, Florida. Casey Anthony, 25, is on trial for first-degree murder and could face the death penalty if convicted of killing her two-year-old daughter by choking her with duct tape on June 16, 2008. Casey faces the death penalty if convicted.

Defense attorney Casey said Caylee drowned June 16 in the house where Casey lived with her parents in Orlando, Florida. Meter reader Ray Kronk found Caylee skeleton six months later in woods near her home. Caylee was not reported missing until 31 days after her death. The front of the skull had tape and its surroundings were a white canvas bag, a black plastic bag, a red bag of Disney and a white bleached, said Orange County crime scene investigator Jennifer Welch, according to ABC News.

On Wednesday, Lee Anthony, Casey’s brother said the family computer was 84 searches for the word “chloroform.” Witnesses testified that there was no evidence of a large quantity of the chemical in the trunk of Casey’s car.

The mother accused the back as the photos were shown to her parents; George and Cindy Anthony, along with Caylee’s grandparents left the room before it is shown, according to the report.

The scene in the photos was in a wooded area. A path to the remains of Caylee was barely noticeable amid the vegetation.

In testimony Cindy Anthony said earlier that a Pontiac Sunfire car belonging to Casey smelled of human decomposition as the father of George Anthony.

The case name is the State of Florida vs. Casey Marie Anthony, Case No. 48-2008-CF-015 606-OR. The venue is the Circuit Court Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for Orange County, Florida.

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