Casey Anthony’s defense wants all TES records. They say they’ve found 2 TES volunteers claiming Caylee’s body wasn’t there in Sept. 08
A while back, Judge Strickland ordered Tim Miller to turn over the name of 32 volunteers who searched near the wood’s where Caylee was found. Miller said no volunteers searched the exact area where her body was discovered. The defense team has filed a motion demanding that Tim Miller now release all his records concerning the Caylee Anthony search.
They say they’ve located two additional volunteers whose names weren’t on Tim Miller’s list. The defense says these two TES volunteers claim Caylee’s body was not in the woods when they searched the area in September, 2008. If this can be proven, it supports Casey’s defense team’s claim that a stranger dumped Caylee’s body where it was found while Casey was in jail.
Joe Jordan claims he searched the area on Sept. 1, 2008 with five or six other people. One of those people was a dog handler named Danny Ibison and there was another dog handler from the Panama City Sheriff’s Office.
Laura Buchanan, New Jersey, has submitted a sworn statement saying:
“On Sept. 3, 2008 … I personally searched near the privacy fence and worked my way towards, and then the spot, where the body was found.I did not notice anything unusual. I did not notice a strange smell. I noticed no buzzards, nor unusual animal or insect activity.It is my opinion that the remains of Caylee Anthony were not there during the time of our search.”
Those two of course aren’t the only former TES volunteers to say Caylee’s body wasn’t there in September. Joy Wray put her two cents in saying she was questioned by detectives Monday. She claims to have information on her computer that proves Casey’s innocence……
If Caylee was placed in the wood’s in June, (and the entomology reports verify that) her body would have quickly skeletonized in the hot Florida sun. There would have been no smell, no buzzards, no unusual animal or insect activity by September.
It’s also my understanding that the area in question was under water or boggy when Miller’s search teams were in the area. So, did these two walk on water? And if they were on a search team, why aren’t their team mates coming forward to make similar claims? Why just these two? Do we know if Danny Ibison, the dog handler has been found?
My guess is that the defense had these people’s statements before they asked for TES volunteer records. They asked for them in hopes of verifying Jordan’s and Buchanan’s statements. When they didn’t show up among the 32 Miller gave them, they decided to try again to get the full list of volunteers to check their names against.
And I’m not even going to comment on the infamous Joy Wray.