Hal Boedeker - 10/10/09

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Hal Boedeker - 10/10/09

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Sat Oct 10, 2009 9:23 pm

WESH-Channel 2's Bob Kealing announced last night that the state has subpoenaed the station's footage from August 2008 on a Caylee Anthony story.The reason? The footage apparently shows rare industrial duct tape holding up a poster about the missing toddler, Kealing said.The
same style of Henkel duct tape was found on a gas can in the Anthony
home and on Caylee's face when the child's remains were found in
December."Clearly investigators want to show that this rare tape
was used again and again by the Anthony family," Kealing said. "And in
their view the connection between this tape and the crime scene and the
Anthonys is no coincidence." Casey Anthony is charged with the first-degree murder of her daughter, Caylee.On WKMG-Channel 6, Tony Pipitone said
there wasn't a lot new in the 1,400 pages of case documents released
Friday. He noted that duct tape found on Caylee's mouth was the same
rare duct tape found on a gas can in the home. "It's clear it [the
tape] will be a key piece of evidence in her mother's murder trial," he
The total page count in the case is more than 11,000 and more documents will be released within a week, Pipitone said.On WFTV-Channel 9, Kathi Belich focused on the placement of the duct tape over Caylee's mouth. WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer
said, "The person who placed this duct tape and put it in multiple
layers, did it for one reason and for one reason only, to make sure
that child could not breathe either through the mouth or the nose."Sheaffer
predicted the tape evidence is "going to be dramatic and it's going to
be damning for the defense when the jurors look at this."

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