The last day a child is seen, her mother is charged with murder and police accidentally overlook the most critical potential evidence of computer activity on that same day? Quite a big bungle to occur in a highly sensationalized case, investigated over the course of three years -- that police not only overlooked subpoenaing Casey's Facebook and Myspace records, but also forgot to look at computer activity even though they knew "Casey lived online".The sheriff's office wouldn't talk on camera about the situation, but they said analysts were never told to search for "f oolproof suffocation," so they never did and never found it, even though it was in their evidence the whole time.
Orange County Sheriff's Capt. Angelo Nieves said the search term "foolproof suffocation" was "never requested" during the investigation or prosecution's the lead up to the trial.
Therefore, he said, "It was not discovered. It wasn't found."
I'm not buying it.,
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If you look at the discovery you will find that the Anthony computer was in use practically non-stop on the days prior to June 16. If you search June 16, there is only one entry. Where are the other entries?
There was nothing there. It was gone. It mysteriously disappeared. When I looked at this I was stunned.
If you go to the cookies, there is not one cookie listed for June 16th. Here was the supposed "unfiltered version" of what was on that computer, filtered by police.
When I came across this information, I wanted to find out whether the prosecutors were aware of this. It was possible that the police did this on their own and kept it to themselves.
To find out, I initially put Larry Daniels on my witness list. I planned on him testifying to the omissions and ramming this down the state's throat at the trial.
So then didn't Jose Baez use this at trial, which would have proven LE didn't conduct a proper investigation, hmmmm? The only answer that makes sense is because there is other information on that computer from thr date of June 16th which incriminates someone else and it is being preserved for an upcoming trial.