They did set out to prove it but it quickly fell apart.<quoted text>
I don't take it as an insult.
But I do wonder why the State never set about proving Casey threw Caylee in the woods......a rather large gaping hole in their case, wouldn't you agree?
Do you mean why wasn't Casey charged with violating Florida Statute 406.12?
Because the Prosecution's FBI expert witnesses all deny evidence of Casey's involvement in the woods.
The FBI lab tested HUNDREDS of pieces of evidence from the scene - at the States request.
Not one single fiber was attributed to Casey Anthony or anyone in her family.
How could they charge her when their own direct evidence refutes it?
After the defense was informed of this - the defense took video statements from Roy Kronk's exes.
Based on those statements, the defense filed a motion in limine, seeking to introduce the prior bad acts of Roy Kronk which includes alleged kidnapping and holding someone against their will with duct tape.
I notice the defense didn't motion in limine to introduce prior bad acts of George, or seek to introduce his prior use of duct tape & garbage bags when disposing of animals.