The Search for Caylee Marie Anthony:
On Monday 4 August 2008 I met with Jose Baez at his office. Casey Anthony had been in jail for 19 days. During visitations with George, Cindy and Lee Anthony, she had made statements suggesting the location of Caylee Marie Anthony’s location. [CCLoc 1449]
“Look in familiar places . . . check places we are familiar with . . . in my gut she’s ok . . . and it feels like she’s close to home . . . I know in my heart she’s not far I can feel it . . .”
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On hearing her statements, I pulled up an aerial map of the Anthony’s neighborhood looking for an area she could have dumped Caylee Marie Anthony. Suburban Drive is the cross road at the north end of Hopespring Drive (the Anthony’s street).
There are three vacant lots on Suburban. The first lot, referred to as the “swamp” is located on Suburban Drive and behind the last house on the corner of Hopespring Drive.
The street frontage of the lot is the north elevation. The grade of the lot is in a basin, 6’-00 +/- lower that the street and floods during the rainy season. [CCLoc 1463]
At the meeting Jose Baez directed me to gain access to the swamp without being seen by the Anthony’s to see if Casey Anthony had dumped Caylee Marie Anthony’s body there and to walk away if I discovered her body, call him immediately, not to tell anyone and we could meet immediately at another location.
After leaving meeting I drove to Suburban Drive and discovered media tents/canopies along the front of the swamp. From my vehicle I could see water in the swamp. On meeting with Jose Baez on 8 August 2008, I informed him of my findings.
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The Defense of Casey Anthony:
With the probable location of Caylee’s body established, evidence had also suggested an accidental drowning may have occurred on the afternoon of Monday 16 June 2008.
Casey Anthony had made a flurry of telephone calls to George and Cindy Anthony between 4:10:41pm – 4:25:24pm suggesting panic.
She knew by making the calls neither George nor Cindy would be able to answer them because their cellular telephones would not be in their possession during work hours. She also knew her cellular telephone could be disconnected by the time they saw her flurry of calls.
Caylee Marie Anthony was murdered between 3:39:59pm and 4:10:41pm at her home on Hopespring Drive Orlando, Florida [CCLoc 661].
Casey Anthony was inside the home at the time. It is confirmed that George & Cindy Anthony were both at their place of work at the time.
D&A gave this evidence to Jose Baez on 8 August 2008 [CCLoc 1463] with the theory of an accidental drowning and possible reasoning Casey Anthony went on the run for 31 days.
Recovered Memory is a phony, non-sociological and unrecognized diagnosis used for Defendants to excuse their less than desirable life. Their rogue attorneys and rogue therapists use it in a shock attack format against unsuspecting targets.
George Anthony would be an unsuspecting target and an accidental drowning would be the defense, as I explained to Jose Baez in the following format:
· There was an accident that snowballed out of control, she panicked, dumped Caylee Marie Anthony’s body and went on the run for 31 days.
· Casey Anthony would claim she woke up and Caylee was gone; her dad yelled at her saying she was an unfit mother and told her to get out.
· To explain why she had not called for help, she would say “I was molested” by my dad and brother and they have been molesting me since I was 8 years old. [CCLoc1479]
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Jose Baez said we should immediately go to the jail and discuss this with Casey Anthony. On arrival to the jail, Jose Baez asked me to give him 15 minutes alone with her first. After almost 40 minutes, he returned and said she was now ready to see us both.
Casey Anthony had denied the accidental drowning theory and she was not molested. Jose Baez used both for her defense and filled in the blanks with suggestive language from the cartoon show South Park to explain why Casey Anthony waited 31 days before calling for help.
She did not call for help. She was found at her new boyfriend’s apartment where she had been in hiding for the 31 days after the murder.
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D&A Investigations, Inc.
Dominic Casey, Private Investigator.
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