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More Videos A look back at the Casey Anthony story Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. It's been 10 years since Casey Anthony, who was charged in her 2-year-old daughter's death, first made national headlines and became the central figure in a criminal trial that captivated the country.
Updated Claims by the former lead prosecutor in the O. Simpson trial that she has uncovered new evidence that would implicate Casey Anthony in the death of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, are false and nothing more than a publicity ploy, according to the "tot mom's" lawyer. While on a press tour earlier in January, Clark revealed she had re-examined evidence Baez had detailed in his book, Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony: The Inside Story , and found a significant error. Baez wrote that someone in the Anthony home had searched for "foolproof suffocation" at p. In his book, Baez charged that Casey's father, George, had likely performed the search since he was "feeling suicidal. But now Clark is saying that the program used by experts in the trial was flawed and claims that the search was actually conducted at p.
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Anthony had murdered Caylee, 2, by dosing her with chloroform, suffocating her with duct tape and dumping her body in a wooded area. They did, however, find her guilty of lesser charges of providing false information to law enforcement officers. In a sign that jurors had little difficulty reaching a verdict, the jury did not ask to review any evidence and reached a decision in fewer than 11 hours. Jurors, who were imported from the Clearwater area and had been sequestered for six weeks, declined to talk with reporters and returned home to Pinellas County. When the verdict was read, Ms. Anthony, 25, who faced a possible death sentence, cried quietly, the relief made plain on her face. After the jury left the courtroom, she broke down and sobbed, hugging her lawyer, Jose Baez, tightly.