“I know my mom will never forgive me. I’m never gonna forgive myself because there’s that chance that I might not see Caylee again and I don’t want to think about that,” Casey told investigators.
There was rather breaking news today in the Caylee/Casey Anthony case today. Unfortunately Caylee was not found; however, there was a document dump of evidence in Casey Anthony case. 400 pages of never before seen documents were released by the State Attorney’s Office to the public in the Casey Anthony investigation. The documents including arrest reports, transcripts of interviews with witnesses, poems on MySpace and pictures of Caylee as part of the Casey Anthony case. Casey’s attorney Jose Baez filed an emergency motion to keep the media from attaining the documents; however, Orange Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland denied Baez’s motion.
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Late Monday afternoon, Eyewitness News obtained 400 pages of documents about Central Florida’s heart-breaking missing child case. In them, Casey Anthony says she would have been better off and able to party more if she didn’t have a daughter.
The documents just released Monday show that Casey Anthony’s mother called her a sociopath and warned friends to stay away from her. She also said she was a mooch and a leech.
Read the Casey Anthony documents HERE:
In the documents there is a lot of finger-pointing between Anthony and her parents, George and Cindy Anthony.
In an interview with detectives, Anthony’s boyfriend, Tony Lazarro, said she moved in with him because she said her parents were having some sort of huge dispute, and she didn’t want Caylee to be in the house while that was happening.
Another friend told detectives that Casey’s mother, Cindy, told him not to believe anything Anthony said, calling Anthony a sociopath.
I would be rather skeptical of a report that Casey handed Caylee off to friends at this point. The case of missing Caylee Anthony has drawn so much media attention, no one in their right mind would become an accomplice to her disappearance and kidnapping. However, the idea is nothing more than speculation from California bounty hunter Leonard Padilla.