Anthonys’ Private Investigator Dominic Casey Video Searching for Caylee Anthony … “it would be right here.”
The question remains, who told Dominic Casey to search in the wooded area near where Caylee Anthony’s remains were discovered and who was on the other end of the cell phone providing him information? Is it possible as we have previously suggested that Casey Anthony was tipping off either members of her family or her legal team as to where Caylee was left? The PI’s just happened to not find the exact location.
Casey not going public as to who he was talking to on the cell phone; however, investigators do know.
The video of Anthony family PI, Dominic Casey, shot by fellow private investigator Jim Hoover searching for Caylee Anthony on November 15th and November 16th of 2008 is causing quite the commotion. The video is reportedly taken in the area where 2 year old Caylee Anthony’s skeletal remains were found. However, the video was taken approximately one month earlier.
There is some disturbing new video connected to the murder case of Caylee Anthony. Until now, investigators and only a few others have seen this video. Private investigator Jim Hoover shot the video of the Anthonys’ private investigator Dominic Casey on November 15th and November 16th of 2008.
This was at the scene a month before Caylee’s remains were found there — and at a nearby abandoned house. At both locations, he was focused on groupings of concrete stones.
This chilling video was given exclusively to WFTV.
Is it possible the the PI’s confused which houses to look behind? After all Zenaida Gonzalez could have been Code for Caylee Anthony’s Location and Not Just a Nanny’s Name?
What is remarkable about the video is the fact that Dominic Casey seems to be frantically trying to find Caylee’s body in an abrupt and abrasive manner one not consistent with trying to preserve evidence in the course of finding Caylee Anthony. The video shows Casey ramming a metal rod into the ground in what is supposed to be near the eventual crime scene. Then Casey is at a nearby house ripping open black trash bags in a manner hardly conducive with preserving evidence. According to FOFL reporter Holly Bristow, Dominic Casey and James Hoover told her that they were not in the exact location and Casey estimates that he was maybe about 150 feet to 200 feet away from where they believe Caylee’s remains were found.
Video from Greta Van Susteren; Jan. 12, 2009: Holly Bristow, Tim Miller, Pam Bondi and Jeff Brown.
It shows Casey searching and ramming a metal rod into the ground at the crime scene mere feet away from where Caylee’s remains were later found, and at a nearby house, where he also forcefully knifed open black trash bags.
However, the most intriguing and startling part of the video might be the piece where Dominick Casey says while searching in the wooded area, “it would be right here.” How would anyone know “it” would be right here? Why would they not allow the sound to be recorded? Were names referenced or would the audio make it obvious as to who was providing inside information?
His colleague, private eye Jim Hoover, who shot this tape, would not allow WFTV to record the sound, but a reporter listened to the whole thing and clearly heard Casey say “it would be right here.”