LIES … LIES … AND MORE LIES …
From The Nancy Grace Show – September 18, 2008, read FULL TRANSCRIPTS HERE.
Cell phone lie will sink Casey Anthony. If there was already not enough circumstantial evidence against Casey Anthony in the disappearance of Caylee Anthony, the cell phone records just prove that Casey has been lying from the outset.
The public now knows a very important fact that was only privy to police, investigators and those on the inside of the case against Casey Anthony. Casey Anthony’s call phone records have now been made public to the Nancy Grace Show. They reveal that every phone call that Casey Anthony claims she made to and from the baby sitter Zenaida Gonzalez never happened. There is not one record of any calls being made from Casey’s cell phone.
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Bombshell. We obtain mom, Casey`s, private phone records. They totally debunk mom, Casey`s, story, her timeline, her excuses, her entire interrogation. And it`s all caught on tape. It`s all in cold, hard, black and white phone records. She lied.
The phone records reveal not a single call to or from the so-called baby-sitter. Casey Anthony claims she spoke to both the nanny and little Caylee herself after Caylee goes missing. We now find out just who Casey Anthony was really calling during those crucial hours.
VIDEO PART 2
Not only that — out to Leonard Padilla, bounty hunter out of Sacramento, California, scheduled to meet with investigators tonight. Mr. Padilla, we have combed through this thick stack of phone records, Casey Anthony`s personal phone records of her cell phone. That is all complete BS, complete, total. Not a shred of it is true. Not one phone call — and it`s about an inch thick — not one call in here is to a Zenaida Gonzalez. There`s no incoming call from Zenaida Gonzalez, not on that day, not on any day.
LEONARD PADILLA, BOUNTY HUNTER: That`s absolutely correct. She just, you know, made this person up. There just happened to be a person with that name that went to the Sawgrass on the 17th of June, and she`s been running with it ever since. I even provided a children`s storybook today, which is “Double Double Trouble,” or something to that effect, and it has to do with Zanny who was a baby-sitter for a family. And like I say, I provided it to the FBI agent that`s here from Orlando to explain to him that that`s where I think she picked up that name of Zenaida Gonzalez. Zanny the baby-sitter, Zanny the nanny.
GRACE: You know, it`s incredible where this is all coming from. Let`s unleash the lawyers. Joining us tonight, Peter Odom, veteran defense attorney out of Atlanta, Georgia. Also with us, trial lawyer Richard Herman in New York.
To Richard Herman. I don`t know if you`ve gotten a chance to come through this inch stack of phone records — no such thing as Zanny Gonzalez. No incoming calls from Zenaida Gonzalez, no outgoing, no nothing. Especially disturbing is what she tells cops, which we just played for you, Richard and Peter — her telling cops with a straight face she called and put Caylee on the phone, Caylee was talking about a book she read. That call didn`t happen.
RICHARD HERMAN, DEFENSE ATTORNEY: Nancy, you know, maybe the phone was in someone else`s name. Not everybody has a phone in their own name. I don`t know…
GRACE: No, no! Wait! Before you say anything else, OK, just try and make it believable, just a little.
HERMAN: Not everybody who uses a cell phone has that phone registered in their name.
GRACE: It`s her phone! This is her only phone! All that stuff about a Blackjack extra phone that she swapped the SIM card, that was a lie, all right? She said she lost it at Universal. She was at Universal, like, four years ago.
HERMAN: Look, she`s a serial, compulsive liar. Everything she says is all over the place.