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New Report Finally Reveals What Casey Anthony Did With Daughter’s Body

New details about the case of the most hated woman in America have emerged and how she murdered her daughter.

A private investigator, Dominic Casey, released his newest book titled Privilege Waived – Part II, Caylee Marie Anthony. This book explained how Casey Anthony killed her daughter.

Dominic Casey was hired by Anthony family after five months from their granddaughter’s death; Caylee, in order to find her remains.

‘On the afternoon of Monday, June 16, 2008, ‘Casey Anthony murdered Caylee in the family’s backyard, above ground pool,’ writes the author.

At 2.51pm on June 16, Casey conducted a google search for ‘fool proof suffocation’ and then visited a pro-suicide website on the computer at her parent’s house.

‘Venturing into the pro suicide-pit’, a website, offered advice on foolproof ways to die.
She followed that search up with suffocation by placing a plastic bag over your head.

Another google search was: Heated Wires can melt disposable breathing circuits.

And then she checked in on her Facebook page.

Between 3:39:59 pm and 4:10:41 pm, there was no cellular activity on Casey’s cell phone.

‘Casey had changed Caylee into her bathing suit. She walked her into the backyard and hooked the ladder onto the pool platform. Casey guided Caylee up the ladder to the pool then maliciously drowned her’.

‘She then carried her lifeless body in her arms from the pool, through the side gate to the garage and into the trunk of the car’ – where she remained for five days.
Casey changed her clothing and pushed her hair up into a baseball cap. She made a flurry of cellular calls to cover up where she had been and left her parents house. She inadvertently left the ladder hooked onto the pool platform and the side gate leading to the garage.
The evil and cold-hearted mother drove away from her parent’s residence in Orlando, Florida, with the body of her little girl in the trunk of her car.

Caylee was inside of two black garbage bags along with her Winnie the Pooh blanket.
The inner bag was untied and the outer was ‘left cinched’ tied using one knot with a single loop and two loose ends.

This was then placed inside a canvas laundry bag that had canvas straps for carrying which Casey used to carry her to the trunk.

By the fifth night, ‘body fluids had leaked out from the black garbage bags into the laundry bag, the trunk and onto Mama Doll, Casey’s clothes, her black boots and the white trash bag’.

The nauseating odor was sickening even to Casey who drove to a utility easement in a nearby neighborhood three minutes away. The easement, accessed by utility employees checking meters, is adjacent to a swampy lot where many black garbage bags had been dumped.
‘She walked south 20′ along the utility easement then literally threw Caylee’s body down inside of the swampy lot. She returned to her car and drove off.’

Her next action was to call her friend Amy Huizenga and tell her, ‘It smells like something died in my car’.

Before disposing of the body, Casey carried on a massive charade of cellular activity to cover up her multiple lies about her fake job, her fictitious friends, a fictitious nanny –her fantasy social and sexual life without the burden of a two year child.

Casey was playing out her life without Caylee.

Her lies had swirled around her since the birth of the little girl after yet another lie of being ‘date raped’ at a Universal Studios holiday party but she couldn’t remember the father because of a ‘spiked drink’, she claimed.

When she stated a boyfriend, Jesse Grund was the father, DNA proved that to be false. The next man named as the father was killed and no DNA test followed.

She wanted to party and was drinking more and smoking more dope, the author writes.

She slept with a lot of the guys she was seeing, often with Caylee in the same room.

Right after the murder, she was ready to party and told a friend on Facebook, ‘I’m always up for dressing like a hoe’.

Casey thought about the murder for sometime before actually committing the unthinkable filicide, the murder of one’s own child.

Three months earlier, on March 17, 2008, Casey had performed multiple google searches for chloroform, alcohol and acetone, inhalation hydrogen peroxide death, self-defense, household weapons, neck breaking and shovel.

In the act itself, she adopted story lines from her favorite television show, One Tree Hill, an American television drama that focused on the relationship between two half brothers who have a rivalry, find a bond, have a love triangle, explore multiple sexual relationships.

One incident in the show was a near-drowning in a backyard pool which might have inspired her how to murder Caylee.

She learned about beer pong, psycho nannies. It inspired her to want to go on the Survivor television show because she intended to be a survivor and documented that on cupid.com – ‘how she would survive after murdering Caylee and get away with it’. She never showed up for an interview when the show was interviewing candidates in Florida.

‘Her profile on cupid.com became her manifesto’.

She lied about school, college, her pregnancy, whose Caylee’s biological father was. She stole money from family, friends, used identities of others to support this lifestyle of imaginary friends. And then there was the big lie about Zannie, the nanny who kidnapped Caylee. Casey was Zannie.

Before disposing of the body she was driven to her a local ‘Hot Body’ contest but with the complexities of her fantasy, deceptive existence, she didn’t get that together.

Casey Anthony says that the investigator have just made up the claims in order to sell more copies of his book.

Despite such a strong evidence against her; uncovered traces of a scent belonging to a decomposing body in the back of her car, Casey Anthony was still acquitted in the case after an extensive investigation and trial which made a lot of people angry about the verdict.

 

Sources:  Opposing Views

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