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Sunday, August 17, 2008

CASEY ANTHONY CASE, WOMEN'S SIZE 5 CLOTHES AND CHILDS BACKPACK FOUND IN ORLANDO WOODS








Caylee investigators submit evidence Last Edited: Saturday, 16 Aug 2008, 11:39 PM EDT About the same time Casey Anthony canceled a scheduled Saturday morning visit with her brother Lee.
Some independent investigators (Bloggers) discovered what they say could be evidence in the search for Caylee. CLICK IMAGE OF SEARCH WARRANT ABOVE TO ENLARGE, CASEY ANTHONY WEARS A SIZE 5.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35, Orlando) -- The process to bond Casey Anthony out of Jail is moving forward, which means the mother the missing Orlando toddler, Caylee, could walk out of the Orange County Jail as early as Monday morning. About the same time Casey Anthony canceled a scheduled Saturday morning visit with her brother Lee, some independent investigators discovered what they say could be evidence in the search for Caylee. "We found some things in this area ... blue jeans, size five from Express and a black tank top," Derrick Miller. Casey anthony wears a size five.
Miller and others were searching just a few feet from the parking lot of the Econ Soccer Complex on Yates Rd. "I found a couple of book bags, some other articles of clothing, some female clothing, a female shoe," said Wyatt Locke. "We did find a few articles of children's clothing yes," Locke added.

Orange County deputies came to the scene to gather the evidence, which may or may not be germane to the investigation. "Hopefully, if it does have anything to do with Casey or Caylee, it helps them find out what happened," said Locke. Coincidence? Maybe, but Locke says some of the clothes are size five. It was size five clothing that investigators removed from Casey's closet.
Caylee's grandfather, George Anthony, also told detectives that the last time he saw the missing girl, she was carrying a backpack. Casey accepted a 9 a.m. video visitation with her parents on Thursday. After about 45 minutes, George and Cindy Anthony left the jail without speaking to reporters. But before entering the jail, George lashed out at a reporter who asked what he thought about theories that Caylee might be dead.

The next day, the Anthony’s hired high-profile spokesman Larry Garrison to handle their communication with the media. The Anthonys are again scheduled to visit Casey on Tuesday afternoon. However, Leonard Padilla, a bail bondsman and bounty hunter out of California, has said he can have Casey bailed out of jail by Monday.

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