Watch and listen the Nancy Grace Show for September 23, 2008 and the 600 + page document dump by the Florida States Attorney’s office. Read the full TRANSCRIPTS HERE.
Now Casey says she left Caylee with the babysitter for a month to look for a job in Tampa, FL and she blames the smell of death in her car on a squirrel.
Bombshell tonight. In the last hour, over 600 pages of stunning documents released — details, interviews, witness statements, hundreds of mom, Casey`s, obsessive text messages — all from inside the police investigation released. – And in black and white, Casey Anthony spins yet another story, claiming she left her 2-year-old girl willingly with a nanny for a month to go job hunting in Tampa.
And found abandoned in the car, left behind, little Caylee`s favorite baby doll, a doll she refused to go without day or night. [Doesn’t this sound like Trenton Duckett case?] And highly probative. When mom, Casey, left home, she took her own things, everything for her, but nothing — no shoes, no PJs, no clothing, no toys, no dolls — nothing taken to provide for little Caylee. Why?
We learn mom, Casey`s, plan to party hearty nearly every night, out for expensive manicures, her bizarre obsession with men, and blaming the smell of human decomposition in her car on a dead animal. That`s right, mom, Casey Anthony, acknowledges decomposition in her car and blames a squirrel! All this after little Caylee goes missing.
Think Casey is crazy? CRAZY LIKE A FOX …
PADILLA: That`s — that also gives you another — another bread crumb trail as to where she was at certain times by — by taking that, and unloading the information off of, because it`s all saved in a master computer.
So as far as — as far as where she was and at what time she was, it`s very accurate. But the most telling thing of those 600 pages that were released today is the fact that she`s already preempting, if somebody smells the car, and she`s doing it as of the 27th.
PADILLA: . and she`s preempting that even further back to the 5th of June.
GRACE: Exactly. Exactly. I find the single most probative item in the 600 pages that she acknowledges the smell of decomposition in her own car. And we see the date. We see the date that she starts spinning that story. Agree or disagree?
PADILLA: Absolutely. She`s thinking somebody is going to come by here, because I`m going have to get gas, somebody is going to help me, somebody is going to smell it, I`ve got to come up with a story.
And she comes up with — I think it`s on the 27th she says, I got a couple squirrels that were killed. At one point she said they were nesting under there and died. And even Lee afterwards, a month later, she says, that the situation had developed as early as June.
So she`s not exactly the psycho queen that everybody wants to make her out. She`s thinking constantly on her feet, like where do I go with this smell? What do I do? Somebody has got to come with a can of gas, what do I do?