This was my theory of what happened to Caylee Anthony on the 16th of June, 2008. I think it’s worth another look. I wrote and published it on March 27, 2009. See for yourself…
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“I saw her eyes and they looked evil.”
- Laura Buchanan (hearsay)
This is what Buchanan’s friend, Anne W. Pham, told OCSO Corporal Yuri Melich. She said that she and Buchanan searched Blanchard Park in September 2008. Buchanan claims she saw Casey after her release from jail on bond. Pham also remembered Buchanan telling her that searches off Suburban Drive were called off because “the water levels are really high.”
Pham also told Melich that she found it a little odd that Buchanan “was so interested in being a part of, you know, being on CNN and, um, the Nancy Grace show or whatever.” She described her as being a sensationalist. Buchanan had told the defense that she searched the area off Suburban Drive where Caylee was found. This was contrary to what Tim Miller of TES told searchers; that the water level was too high and to leave it alone. So far, everyone else who searched the woods also said the precise spot was too flooded to look, and Buchanan may have changed her tune when the State Attorney’s Office questioned her in a deposition.
“We would signal to each other, talk to each other, through hand gestures.”
- Robyn Adams
Adams figures prominently in today’s release in the form of audio recordings of a February 10, 2010 interview with an FDLE investigator. If you recall, she is the wife of a former Altamonte Springs police officer. In 2008, they were arrested after they were discovered to be operating a marajuana growing operation in Chuluota, a small community east of Orlando. Transcripts of her interviews were made public earlier. She was sentenced to 10 years inside a federal prison in Tallahassee.
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An open letter to Valhall at The Hinky Meter:
I really tossed and turned over whether I should write something or not. My readers and friends are sick and tired of the blog attacks and don’t want to hear about them, but at the same time, I felt that my silence over a controversial matter on your blog concerning me could be construed as a sign of weakness or complicity. To be truthful, I have remained quite quiet for months now, ignoring the blognats, and as a result, my new home has clearly improved. Onward and upward, BUT I TRULY HATE LIARS.
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