FBI to release evidence, and Casey Anthony’s attorneys will interview Tony Lazaro and other state’s witnesses
The FBI will release their evidence concerning the car this morning. Let’s hope it’s foolproof because Casey’s attorneys are in the process of trying to prove that evidence was compromised in order to get it thrown out of court. They’re going to attempt to show that while the car was parked at the Amscott and while it was sitting at the tow yard, there were opportunities for someone to tamper with it.
They’re interviewing Tony Lazaro as well–I assume to try and establish that he would have access to the trunk. No one involved had a key to the car (unless Tony did). Wouldn’t there be evidence that the trunk had been jacked with if someone without a key had forced it open?
I know it’s not unusual for the defense in a murder case to be able to have pertinent information–information that could convict their client–thrown out on a technicality. I think probably as many or more guilty people get off with good attorneys as do innocent people get convicted with bad ones because evidence was not allowed to be presented in court for one reason or another. It’s a mystery to me why BOTH sides in a court of law aren’t dedicated to finding the absolute truth-no matter who wins or loses.
The decomposition and chloroform in the car are the foundation for the state’s case against Casey and without it, they may have a very hard time convicting her—especially without Caylee’s body.