WFTV announced today that Private Investigator Dominic Casey was aware of where the remains of Caylee Anthony were in mid-November. Bounty Hunter Leonard Padilla has spoken up and stated that someone in the Anthony family did indeed know where the toddler’s remains were, in light of a phone call between Casey and another Private Investigator named Jim Hoover.
According to Padilla, Casey claims that Hoover called him in the middle of November and told him he found the remains of the toddler who had then been missing for months. Still, the remains of Caylee Anthony would not be found until mid-December.
Casey and Hoover have apparently been working with the Anthony family. Deputies are now investigating a videotape, which was recorded in the wooded area off Suburban Drive where Caylee’s remains would later be found. Hoover has stated that he recorded the area about a month prior to finding the remains. He has also said that the tape will show that in mid-November Caylee Anthony’s remains were not in that same wooded area.
This videotape is now going to raise even more questions in relation to the disappearance and death of Caylee Anthony. Did someone really know where she was? If the videotape proves her remains were not there in November, was the videotape made knowing the remains would be dumped in that location later? Who all is in on this horrific case? Who is responsible?
With evidence mounting, so does suspicions. There has been talk that Casey Anthony sold Caylee, as well as a possible kidnapping. There were many rumors that assorted Anthony family members knew long ago that Caylee was not coming home alive.
In light of someone knowing that they needed a videotape of the area, for whatever reason, there is now more hate relating to this case than ever. We learned just a few weeks ago that the utility worker responsible for the finding of Caylee’s remains has tried to report the finding before, and now a videotape of the area by a P.I. that was working on the case, and with the Anthony’s.
You can view the horrific, and damning, Forensics Report by clicking here. For more information including the indictments of Casey Anthony, the toddler’s mother, you can click here. There is an abundance of information supplied on the WFTV website, as they have followed the case from the beginning.
You can also view the entire witness lists. Click here for the state’s witness list. Click here for the witness list for the defense. Take notice that the defense’s witness list has just one page, while the state’s witness list consists of five pages.
Caylee Anthony is a toddler that was loved by many, and yet unknown to much of the world. Today, everyone knows and will remember this beautiful little girl as we all mourn her untimely, unjustified passing. May her soul find peace.