Another Document Dump in Casey Anthony Case … 1,000 New Pages of Discovery Released in Casey/Caylee Anthony Murder Case
The Orange County State Attorney’s Office released another 1000 new pages of discovery on Friday afternoon in the Casey/Caylee Anthony murder case . The doc dump included documents about Casey Anthony’s employment history and court papers from a civil case brought by a woman, Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez, with the same name as a baby sitter Anthony accused of kidnapping her daughter.
Copies of depositions taken by lawyers for Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez — who sued Anthony for defamation for saying she abducted 2-year-old Caylee — as well as interviews with Anthony’s parents and brother are among the documents made public Friday.
Also released are employment history papers from Universal Studios, where Anthony claims to have worked as an event planner, and a transcript of an interview with a woman who says she has photos of the area where Caylee’s body was found six months after she vanished last June.
However, with all the information released, Caylee Anthony’s autopsy will not be among the documents released from State Attorney’s Office.
Prosecutors are expected to release hundreds of pages of documents to the public Friday in the case against Casey Anthony, but not the autopsy report on Caylee Anthony’s remains.
In a motion made public Thursday, Anthony’s parents, George and Cindy Anthony, are asking that prosecutors be restricted from releasing the autopsy on the little girl, whose remains were discovered Dec. 11 in east Orange County. They were found less than a mile from the Anthony home.
There is an interview with Joy Wray, the woman who claims she had pictures of the area where Caylee was found. She also brought out a boat to help bounty hunter Leonard Padilla in his search of the Little Econ River where he thought Caylee’s body was dumped.
All along, friends of Casey and her family have told investigators that Casey tried to hide the fact that she was pregnant with Caylee for as long as she could. In the new documents, Michelle Murphy, who lived with Lee as a roommate, offered more details.
Murphy told investigators, “I remember the tumor story,” adding that, “people were kind of confronting her that she was pregnant.”