Thursday, June 2, 2011

Casey Anthony Murder Trial

Casey Anthony
Are you following the Casey Anthony murder trial? She is the Florida mother accused of killing her two-year-old daughter, Caylee Anthony. Caylee was last seen on June 16, 2008, but not reported missing until July 15, 2008 -- which triggered a nationwide search. Her remains were discovered near her home in December 2008.

The Orlando Sentinel is covering it extensively. The Caylee Daily also covers stories about the case.

You can follow updates on Twitter at @OSCaseyAnthony, or simply use the hashtag #CaseyAnthony and find tweets related to the case.

"In Session" on TruTV (formerly Court TV) is airing live coverage of the trial.

CNN's Nancy Grace is covering the trial, too, weeknights at 8 pm EST. Follow @TeamNancyHLN for an inside view of the trial.

There's been a series of bombshells since the trial started; Casey's defense attorney claimed that Caylee drowned -- and that she and her father, a retired police officer -- covered it up. The attorney has also brought up that Casey has been sexually abused by her father and her brother. Casey's dad was the first prosecution witness, and he denied the sexual abuse allegations and the defense attorney's claims of finding Caylee in the family swimming pool.

Caylee Anthony


  1. Heart rending, sickening. Something in me wants vengeance in the name of that tiny girl. Some other part of me wants to just go away from the human race that could spawn such wastes of tissue as her mother.

  2. I hear 'ya, Charles. Casey is nothing but a lying machine. Her credibility (if she ever had any) is completely shot. How a jury will ever believe anything out of the defense attorney's mouth is beyond me. He wants us to believe that Caylee drowned? How or why would Caylee have duct tape on her mouth, then? Sadly, Casey must have kept her daughter in the trunk of her car until she finally dumped her poor little body.

  3. Some real crime stories are so awful that they wouldn´t even make a good crime story. Poor girl!

  4. This is a very sad case. My heart breaks for that poor little girl. Watching some of today's reporting, it's being said that the imaginary nanny, who Casey referred to as "Zanny the Nanny" might very well have been short for Xanax...that Casey might have given it to Caylee to make her sleep or be quiet.