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Prosecution accuses the defense of filing another bogus motion in the Casey Anthony case

October 8, 2009

The prosecution has charged in a new document filed today (Thursday, October 8th) that another of the defense’s motions is bogus–this time over the death penalty.  The prosecution says that judges don’t have the authority to do what the defense has asked–to take the death penalty off the table.  They said the defense team either doesn’t understand the law or they are purposely screwing with it to “grandstand.” They also said that a hearing would be a waste of time on this issue.

In order to get the death penalty and child abuse charges dropped, prosecutors say that Casey Anthony would have to swear that the evidence they have is true and convince the judge it’s not enough to convict her.  But, as of now, she’s only admitted that she didn’t report her daughter missing til her mother called 911, and that she told investigators that she last saw Caylee with Zenaida Gonzales.  To admit anything more is not likely.

read it below:

grandstanding or ignorance?  That’s a tough call when it’s about the Scheme Team!

7 Comments leave one →
  1. October 9, 2009 2:40 am

    It is high time for a reality check for the defense team. HUH?????
    They are grasping at straws now as are the family. Listen to the very first jail call from KC to the family and it all says: Fry Her Now!!! GUILTY !

  2. itsamysterytome permalink*
    October 9, 2009 7:51 am

    Dierdra–I agree, and they need to be careful, Judge Strickland is a no-nonsense kinda guy.

  3. mikka permalink
    October 9, 2009 7:59 am


    orlando report this,
    More documents related to the state’s case against Casey Anthony have been released today.

    The Orlando Sentinel is in the process of obtaining the documents right now

  4. Molly permalink
    October 9, 2009 9:00 am

    Is the defense, in their delusional kind of way trying to say that those 2 items that she signed to are the only evidence there is? These motions are all for “show” & attention.

  5. itsamysterytome permalink*
    October 9, 2009 9:18 am

    Thanks Mikka–started posting the links.

  6. itsamysterytome permalink*
    October 9, 2009 9:18 am


    Uh huh!!!

  7. ostella permalink
    October 9, 2009 9:38 am

    You guys (and the state) are overlooking the last page attached to the defense’s motion. Its clearly titled “Changes to Official Florida Law.” It states that judges presiding over trials with a spicy Hispanic defense counsel have the authority to remove the death penalty upon request. Strickland should feel empowered by this, and honored just to know Bozo. As a backup plan, Bozo has ordered a basket of blueberry muffins to be delivered to the judge every morning, from now until ruling.

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