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Witness Tampering In The Casey Anthony Trial?

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Honestly, it wouldn't surprise us.

The Orange County, FL Sherriff's Department has announced that it is doing an investigation into allegations of witness tampering in the Casey Anthony trial.

Officials have not named which witness they're referring to, but did confirm that the person in question is NOT Casey's mother, Cindy. Cindy was responsible for what some people believed was questionable testimony while defending her daughter during the trial.

Detective John Allen said that some people have already been interviewed in the investigation, adding:

"In regards to where we will go, it really depends on what information we get and what people come forward to provide additional information."

These are some pretty big allegations. If they are true, the outcome of this case could have been greatly different. This smells like O.J. all over again. Crazy.

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17 comments to “Witness Tampering In The Casey Anthony Trial?”

  1. 1

    People have been making this claim all along, but I seriously doubt it's true. I have no idea why people can't deal with the fact that the state had NO evidence and presented a weak case. That is why she was not found guilty. It seems a vast majority of the people who have issues with this are just plain ignorant. Do your homework, people. If you're going to go on and on about how she should have been found guilty, please point out what exactly the jury missed that should have caused them to convict her. You can't find someone guilty just because you don't like them or think they are guilty, there has to be actual evidence. This doesn't mean I think she's innocent, just means I've paid attention.

  2. 2

    It's Laura Buchanan… She searched with TES and forged one of there forms to make it look like she and a group searched the woods where Caylee was found when they didn't. She went as far as to try and convince others to go with her story by calling and saying don't you remember when we went there? She also stated she went on her own time with a group… There were alot of conflicts with her stories because at some incidents she has herself at 2 different places at the same time… Just a loser looking for their 15 minutes of fame…

  3. 3

    Circumstantial evidence is evidence and there was a ton of it that pointed only to Casey… This jury was a waste, they'd only convict if they had a video of the crime… They have no problem getting paid for their interviews and back-peddling because they know they screwed the pooch on this one!

  4. 4

    Re: ickynicky
    the state did not have "no evidence" as you say…they had circumstantial evidence
    - a similar amount convicted Scott Peterson for the murder of his wife and unborn son… and a jury let off OJ Simpson when they had DNA evidence…so a jury of 12 doesn't guarantee they get it right
    jurors have unreal expectations- they want a smoking gun and fail to consider that shows like CSI are so far from what is really done. Real investigators work in brightly lit labs- wearing sterile clothes head to toe when collecting evidence - no guns-not talking to suspects etc.
    and in real life rarely do they catch the killer red handed
    had the death penalty not been on the table then maybe the jury would have at least deliberated properly and gone through all of the evidence and testimony
    10 hours in a jury room is hardly sufficient for a trial of this length- that makes a lot of people suspect and outraged

  5. 5

    Re: ickynicky

    you are an idiot and watch to much tv or are an easy sell…circustantial evidence is evidence that is the law do your homework and the jury is to consider it as such, even the judge stressed that, if you want to say you were not convinced by it fine thats your call but to say there was no evidence is in your words ignorant. cases do not require dna or forensic all the time or again there would be no need for a jury or trial by your peers it would just be she or he did it the judge puts down sentence and boom. stop watching csi or forensic files thinking you know what your talking about

  6. 6

    Post anywhere you can and continue to vocalize your anger towards a murderer getting off scott free and let any company know if they help a baby killer make money off of her kids murder it will sink their own company. dont let casey live the life for killing caylee

  7. 7

    at least with the formation and passage of Caylee's Law- Casey would have been conviced of the despicable act of having a missing child and not reporting it for a month!!
    and prosecutors need to charge "murderers" with the right crime in order to guarantee convictions.. manslaughter in this case would have been easy to convict on -plausible to me that she drugged the child repeatedly with zanax (the tongue in cheek "zanny" ..the nanny), cholroform, to knock the child out to go party/shop- and came home after one such incident to a dead child and then began her elaborate web of lies and scrambling to cover up her crime–not so premiditated -but still reaponsible for her death
    perhaps a jury would have convicted her on that..I owuld have
    and then she could appeal if she wanted
    or get onthe stand and testify herself and have the world see her lying even more

  8. 8

    Re: ickynicky – First of all Anthony was found NOT guilty because the jury were a bunch of idiots who didn't listen to Judge's orders from the start. The trial wasn't just about whether she did or didn't kill her child, but also if there was negligence involved. Negligence involves harm caused by carelessness, not intentional harm. Knowing that, not reporting your child missing for 31 days while you are out partying etc. & your child eventually being found dead, in my book proves negligence. If a parent doesn't know where their child is for 31 seconds they should be freaking out, but not to know where your 2 year old is for a MONTH & not reporting it to police (then lying repeatedly when you do)- that is hands down proof negligence in my book. You also speak about lack of evidence? People have been convicted of murder without even a body being found so I have no clue where you get that thought. The only thing the prosecution did wrong was level too many charges against Anthony. If the death penalty was never assigned she probably would have been convicted. Even Anthony's own Lawyer (Baez) said she would have probably been convicted if it weren't for that. There are so many more examples I'm not even going to go into them, but you said you "paid attention" obviously not that well since the whole thing was just messed up from the beginning & it seems the jury was made of people like you who think Law & Order & CSI are real life.

  9. 9

    @Sloane - I totally agree with your theory of Casey using Zanax to keep Caylee asleep while she went out. She probably did come home to find her dead and panicked. But to add to that, I do think Daddy helped her. Being an ex-cop, he would know that there'd be an autopsy and that drugs would be found in her system. I think he came up with the idea of hiding that poor baby's body. They will all get theirs in the end, when they meet their one true Judge.

  10. 10

    You can not trust the evidence when 90% came from George and Cindy. The jury and several other people did not believe one or both of them. Just because the "media" painted them one way does not make it true. The jury did not have the slanted media coverage, just sitting in the courtroom and hearing the actual facts from the people testifying. The media convinced most people that the Ramseys were the only people in the house when Jonbonnet was murdered and now DNA proves differently. Only difference the cops have kept working that case.

  11. 11

    Did anyone question the fact that Cindy Anthonysupposedly prejuried herself by taking blame for the two internet searches that she had a rock solid aliby for instead of taking credit for all of the searches even the ones for which she had no aliby? If she was "trying" to help her daughter out why draw attention to those searches. Everyone forgets about the rest of the searches.

  12. 12

    I found the media talking heads rather funny while trying to pump up their ratings so I read the discovery and made my own decision… Yes, all the Anthony's lied but the evidence doesn't!

  13. 13

    Re: Bmore girl – If they are talking about her lieing and the forged forms is it jury tampering and not perjury because of the calls?

  14. 14

    Its a shame they don't go after him for the testimony that Cindy Anthony gave the last time , that back and forth was so scripted I thought it was a TV show!!

  15. 15

    Don't contribute the profiting off the death of this child by anybody, defense, prosecution or the dimwitted jury. Ignore Casey and all who surround her. !!!!

  16. 16

    Re: everybody lied
    I think Laura was going to be a witness but she fabricated evidence (the TES form saying she was on Suburban dr.) Was she prompted to do this by say the defence to imply Casey couldn't of put the body there since they didn't find it and she was already in jail? or… Did she do it on her own for attention? I think that's what they're looking into. This has nothing to do with the jury since none of it was presented during the trial, it's just a sideshow to this circus… The only obvious perjury was Cindy and that's done so… What's done is done…

  17. 17

    Re: everybody lied

    the only thing Cindy said that I know was absolutely true was on the 911 tape when she said "it smells like there has been a damn body in the car"
    that just plays in my head over and over
    that was so spontaneous and it fits with the supposition that Casey dorve aorund with the body in the car while she decided what she was going to do/say and where/how she would dispose of her daughter where she woldn't be seen/caught