Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Casey Anthony case update: Read evidence released in case of mom accused of murder (part 1)
More than 1,000 pages of evidence were released on November 2, 2010 in the Casey Anthony case. Casey Anthony is the Florida mom accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Caylee. In the first part of the released evidence there is 246 pages of information including an application to put a trap and trace on the home of George and Cindy Anthony and cell phones used by Casey’s immediate family.
In addition to the trap and trace on the phone lines, authorities requested authorization to place a mobile tracking device on vehicles used by Casey Anthony, Cindy Anthony, George Anthony, Lee Anthony and Anthony Lazarro.
Also included is the testimony of Deputy Ryan Eberlin who was one of the first responders to Casey Anthony’s home the night that Cindy Anthony called 911 to report her car stolen, and then to say that Caylee Anthony had been missing for 31 days.
You may read the first portion of the released evidence below.
Please be patient while the document downloads, it is rather large.
Casey Anthony Evidence November 2 Part 1