Casey Anthony Updated News
June 10, 2011 by staff
Casey Anthony Updated News, Casey Anthony emotions this morning continued to draw heavy consideration on television. On WOFL-Channel 35, a legalanlyst Brad Conway, said Anthony was “crying these big tears -. I do not buy it,” Conway, who used to represent George and Cindy Anthony, refused to speculate on what the lawyer Dorothy Clay Sims may be saying to comfort Anthony.
However, the judge O.H. Eaton Jr., a legalanlyst WESH-Channel 2, was an advantage for the defense. “Casey Anthony suddenly humanized a bit just because you are showing the pain,” said Eaton. “She came across as a foul-mouthed party girl and I think this emotional display of it is original and I think the jury recognized that.”
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WFTV-Channel 9, Bill Sheaffer reminded viewers that juries should not consider sympathy or anger at coming up with a verdict. Anthony is charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee.
“Casey breaks down in court,” WESH headlined its lead story on the noon news today. WESH’s Amanda Ober said the testimony of a forensic anthropologist Caylee’s remains had been in the woods for six months. “During his testimony, the photos were being shown some of Caylee’s bones, which were distributed at the crime scene, and Casey seemed to push over the edge,” said Ober.
WFTV Steve Barrett said: “The most dramatic moments of the morning came after a forensic anthropologist said that Caylee’s skeletal remains are scattered in the forest and damaged by weather and wildlife,” said Barrett. “This testimony caused Casey to sob, and her lawyer tried to comfort her. The judge took a long break to give Casey time to regain her composure.”
WKMG-Channel 6, Tony Pipitone reported that a sidebar, in which Chief Judge Belvin Perry was based, was an effort to kill time and let Anthony regain composure. Perry then took a long break that lasted 25 minutes Pipitone estimates. “Casey Anthony, during the recess, came to mourn, keeping the tissues of the mouth and nose, rubbing her neck with a towel,” said Pipitone. Attorney Sims was “hugging and fondling her during this period to the jury room” said Pipitone.
Pipitone described the graphic testimony this morning: “meet the animals from the waist and dragging her daughter through the swamp and leaving a trail of bones and evidence.”
During a break in court this morning, Mike DeForest of WKMG reported that Anthony did not have visitors on Thursday night after the end of the court that day because the judge Perry said he was sick.
Mark NeJame legal WKMGanlyst gave a preview this afternoon questioning: How could Dr. Jan Garavaglia, chief medical examiner to determine Caylee’s death was a homicide? NeJame predicted that the defense attorney Cheney Mason should do a good job because he has had ample time to prepare. “It is only his third witness in the trial long enough now,” said NeJame. But he added the NeJame Garavaglia will “come in very credible.”
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