Skip to comments.Casey Anthony Freed From Jail For Third Time
Posted on 09/16/2008 11:31:34 AM PDT by freespirited
The mother of missing Caylee Anthony was released from jail Tuesday for the third time in recent weeks as a national search for her daughter continues.
Casey Anthony and her attorney, Jose Baez, left jail after 1 p.m., following behind two men dressed in black.
They jumped in a vehicle and drove to the woman's home in Orange County.
Anthony did not answer reporters' questions during the walk out of jail.
Orange County sheriff's deputies took Anthony into custody Monday as she visited the jail to meet with her case manager about other charges.
Detectives have said lab tests show Caylee's decomposing body was in her mother's car, and Anthony is their only "person of interest" in the girl's disappearance.
Prosecutors have formally charged Anthony with child neglect, making false statements to investigators and 10 counts of theft, for allegedly buying goods with a friend's stolen checkbook. The Monday charges involved the same alleged theft from the same victim.
Detectives Leave Fla.
Meanwhile, detectives are leaving Florida to search for Caylee.
An Orange County Sheriff's Department official confirmed to Local 6 that investigators will be talking with possible witnesses outside the state for clues into the whereabouts of the child.
No other details were released about the search.
42 Police Calls Since July 15
The Orange County Sheriff's Office call log shows officers have been called to the Anthony home 42 times since July 15.
Deputies said 38 of the calls have been for disturbances, including a scene over the weekend when a mother brought her young children to the Anthony home late night.
During the incident, a 9-year-old's arm was slammed in a car door.
The Department of Children and Families is investigating the child's injury and why he was at the Anthony home at 12:30 a.m. on Sunday.
Neighbors said aggressive protesters are becoming a safety hazard.
The home owner's association filed an injunction to try to keep the protesters away from the neighborhood.
A judge could rule this week.
About 100 families are expected to meet Tuesday night at a HOA meeting to discuss what options they have concerning the protesters.
Expert: Casey Managed Emotions Well
A series of responses given by Anthony during police interviews are not consistent with a desperate mother who wants to find her daughter, a psychologist told Local 6.
"Most people who are interviewed by police officers don't manage their emotions that well," Dr. Deborah Day said of Casey Anthony during questioning over her daughter. "They get upset, they get agitated and they get angry."
Audio recordings of interviews conducted by investigators with Anthony were released Friday by the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
Day listened to the interviews and said she believes Anthony's tone and responses are detached.
"It is inconsistent," Day said. "That's a detachment. She is able to push her emotions aside during these interviews. I think she knows something. I don't know if she knows where her daughter is but she knows something."
In the taped interviews on July 16, detectives caught Anthony in a string of lies.
Day said Anthony managed the stress of questioning disturbingly well.
"What happened to Caylee," an investigator asks on the tape.
"I don't know," Casey Anthony said.
"Sure you do," and investigator said.
"I don't know," Anthony said.
"Listen, something happened to Caylee," an investigator said. "We're not going to discuss where the last time you saw her (was). I'm guessing something bad happened to her some time ago and you haven't seen her, so that part is true -- is you haven't seen her because she's somewhere else right now."
"She's with someone else right now," Anthony said.
"She's either in a Dumpster right now, she's buried somewhere, she's out there somewhere and her rotten body is starting to decompose because what you're tellING us...," an investigator said. "Here's the problem. The longer this goes, the worse it's going to be for everyone. Right now, everything you've told us -- we've locked you into a lie. Every single thing that you've told us has been a lie."
Day said the only time she heard Anthony get emotional on released tapes is when she talks about her relationship with her mother, Cindy. and not her daughter, Caylee, Local 6's Jessica D'Onofrio reported.
A detective was pressing Anthony about how she wasn't living up to her mother's expectations.
Anthony has admitted to lying to several times during the police recordings but never gives any reasons why she is lying, D'Onofrio reported.
Here we go round the mulberry bush ping.................
OK, so who’s running the pool as to when she will be re-re-re-arrested?
I’ve got $5.00 that says she’s be back in jail by 4:00pm tomorrow.
I think they are doing exactly what they can with each charge, as they continue to gather the evidence necessary to convict her of murder.
If they are hoping for a mental collapse, they’ll be waiting for a long time. A sociopath has built-in mental safeguards. And now she has a lawyer to help reinforce the wall..............
“......a national search for her daughter continues.”
A “national” search?
No way she’s back in jail by tomorrow afternoon.... Baez needs to get his money’s worth out of her first. ;^)
I’m pretty sure she has her own key now.
I was feeling sympathy for the parents, but I have lost that. They know their daughter was involved in killing their defenseless toddler grandbaby. One of my kids did that, they would die to me the same day my grandbaby died. I certainly wouldn’t be coddling them in my home everytime they could get out of jail. ESPECIALLY when she won’t even tell them what happened. At the very least, this woman needs to be admitted to a mental hospital, but since they are willing to do that either, it’s obvious they are just as crazy as she is.
Oops, I mean “aren’t” willing to do that.
“Detectives have said lab tests show Caylee’s decomposing body was in her mother’s car”
Is this new info, or bad reporting. I thought the tests revealed that “a body” had been decomposing in the car.
They are jacking with her on these stupid check forgery charges in hopes of breaking her.
It’s obviously not working.
They need to move on the Plan B -— let her out, get an informant near her with some booze and drugs, and let in vino veritas.
I believe someone else here described it as “pro boner” work...... tacky, but totally in line with this case.
I really don’t know. It sounds like bad reporting to me, but I suppose it is possible that the reporters have been told stuff off the record that accidentally slips into their articles.
My understanding is that the “Body Farm” confirmed that a body had been decomposing in the car but did not identify it. What identified caylee’s presence was her hair, and it was determined that she was dead when it fell off.
It’s reasonable to conclude that Caylee’s body was the one decomposing, but like you point out, it is an inference.
I do think the investigators know this about her. After that initial interview where they confronted her about the lies and she just immediately came up with excuses - no emotion - and when they played “good cop/bad cop” and the good guy complimented her and she laughed and just went along with the line of questioning, they knew then that she was a sociopath.
I think what I have read is that they did tests on hair samples found in the trunk which were shown to be Caylee's. The hair samples, somehow, showed that the body was decomposing.
I'll look for a quote explaining it.
That is bad reporting. Had they had conclusive DNA evidence it was Caylee’s body they would have re-charged her for murder/manslaughter...and she would be in jail on a much higher bond (or none at all).
Quite frankly...it looks like the Orange County Sherriff’s Dept really has nothing on Casey...which is why they keep arresting her on the minor charges. They obviously have nothing to link Casey with Caylee’s disappearance.
I still suspect Casey sold little Caylee. Probably money for drugs and partying
“And if she says anything about it . . “
As a psycho, no doubt she would play, but she’ll keep evidence — DNA, most likely.
My busienss partner (drill rig business), was nailing his office assistant for his light tower/supply business. (We officed together, but this girl was NOT my employee.)
She was a HOT hispanic girl. Appeared in low rider mags, NOPI contests, that sort of thing. Completely useless in the office, but looked good in very short skirts and wore them.
Anyway, she reminds me a lot of this woman. Party girl, up for anything.
As these all do, it eventually went sour -— she stole money -— to the tune of $50K —— when he was going to press charges -— her attorney said he was going to get sued for “sexual harrassment” —— she had kept various articles of underwear from their encounters.
Classy, all around.
Any way, this girl is the same mold, but not as hot.
So, long way of saying, her lawyer would be stupid.
They probably see a lot of them in their line of work, more than you or I would normally..........