Casey Anthony Murder Trial Starts Yesterday And Prosecutor Exposes More Lies
The trial has begun and the prosecutor has already exposed more lies that Casey Anthony has begun to weave. Also, it turns out that Anthony has been sharing information (that only police know) with inmates about her daughters death. The details shared show that Casey Anthony knows even more about her daughters death.
An Orlando mother accused of killing her two-year-old daughter cried Tuesday as a prosecutor presented a string of lies she allegedly told in the days following the child's disappearance.
The prosecutor told an Orlando courtroom during opening arguments Tuesday that 25-year-old Casey Anthony's appearance as a hardworking single mother was deceptive.
"Casey Anthony ... appeared to be ... a loving mother, trying to provide support for her daughter," prosecutor Linda Drane-Burdick said. "But as the evidence in this case will show, that was an illusion."
Anthony, who is accused of first-degree murder, has pleaded not guilty and claims a babysitter kidnapped Caylee, who was missing for a month before the police were alerted by Casey's mother.
She is also charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child, aggravated child abuse and providing false information to law enforcement. If convicted, she could face the death penalty.
Drane-Burdick offered a timeline of Casey Anthony's whereabouts based on cell phone records. The timeline stretched from the time Caylee was last seen by her grandparents on Father's Day on June 15, 2008, until her remains were discovered by a meter reader in woods near her home in December 2008. Jurors were shown images on a screen of a photo of Caylee taken on Father's Day alongside an image of the little girl's skeletal remains.
"It is time to tell the story of a little girl named Caylee," Drane Burdick said
Casey Anthony waited a month before telling her mother that Caylee had disappeared, and only after her parents, George and Cindy, recovered from the towing lot a car with a foul odor that Casey Anthony had been driving.
Drane Burdick asked jurors, between descriptions of how Casey Anthony spent her days shopping, visiting friends and hanging out with her boyfriend with no signs of her daughter, "Where is Caylee Marie Anthony?"