Casey Anthony Murder Trial Day 16: 3-D Animated Flyover VIDEO of the Crime Scene Where Caylee was Found on Suburban Drive Orlando, FL – Dec 11, 2008
On day 16 of the Casey Anthony murder trial in the death of Caylee Anthony, the State released a 3-D animated video of the crime scene where Caylee Anthony’s remains were found off of Suburban Drive in Orlando, FL. The video was done by Gerald J. Johnston, owner of the land survey firm, Allen and Company, which shows a flyover of the crime scene and markings of the evidence collected.
Video of a 3-Dimensional Fly Through of Suburban Drive on Dec 11, 2008.
Hat Tip: click Orlando.com
During Saturday’s abbreviated court day in the Casey Anthony murder trial, the prosecution’s last witness of the day was Gerald J. Johnston, the individual who created the above video. See testimony recap below, Hat Tip: Magic Eyes.
Next state witness is Gerald J. Johnston.
Linda is up………..
He owns the land survey firm, Allen and Company. He provided a survey for the OC Sheriff’s Office, in Dec 2008. He has seen the video and the animation of what he provided, he used measurements provided to him. Linda is showing him a piece of evidence, it is a CD of the video he provided of the crime scene. The jury is now seeing the video. It is in 3D, it is a combination of the ground topography conditions seen that day. They stripped away the trees to show what was going on, on the ground. The pavement is several feet higher than the woods as it falls away from the road. It shows all views of a 3-Dimensional Fly Through of Suburban Drive on Dec 11, 2008. It shows that trees were removed to show the ground. It shows that the ground cover had been removed by CSI before this was taken. It is now showing where flags indicated bones that were recovered from the OC Sheriff’s items, he was provided those measurements by the OC Sheriff’s Office. Witness is excused.
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The picture below was created and posted on Dec. 11, 2008 when the news was announced that Caylee Anthony’s remains had been found less than a mile away from the Anthony’s home. This gives perspective to the VIDEO above as to the flyover location on Suburban Drive.
Hat Tip: Klaas