It looks like we'll all be getting another insight into the
Caylee Anthony investigation.
Casey Anthony's Defense was handed 1,100 pages of evidence
this week (Monday, Feb. 16, 2009). Coincidentally, Jose
Baez, Casey Anthony's attorney went to the hospital with
what his spokeswoman termed "a stomach ache." Tummy upset
aside, Baez is expected to have no problems continuing to
work on the case.
Could it be something in the documents upset his equilibrium?
Word is the defense team hasn't been visiting Casey Anthony
at the jail as often.
Tomorrow (Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009) there reportedly will be
another release of 500 pages of documents to the public under
the Fla. Sunshine law.
Among the documents are reports from the crime scene where Caylee's
remains were found; lists of all property taken from the Anthony home;
and FBI reports on the evidence.
The evidence released to the Defense team is supposed to contain:
Transcripts of statements witnesses gave to investigators.
More computer evidence - which is expected to be released to the
public at some point.
WESH TV "According to a source close to the investigation, test results
from the FBI crime lab on the duct tape found on slain toddler Caylee
Anthony's skull are in that new batch of evidence.
When asked by WESH 2's Bob Kealing if Casey Anthony’s fingerprints
were on the duct tape, a source with direct knowledge of the
investigation said, "This is not going to be good news for the defense."
"Detectives are still investigating whether there are discernible
fingerprints on the duct tape that was stretched across Caylee's
mouth by the killer. There is no answer to that question at this point."