Motion objecting to information being inspected by Casey Anthony’s defense team filed
The defense in the Casey Anthony case has filed a motion today to “object to any preliminary release to the news media, or other public, of the records relating to intended inspection of tangible evidence.”
“This is a case of the state of Florida versus Casey Anthony, this is not a case of news media and John Q Public.”
Anthony’s attorneys and a group of “experts” that includes Henry Lee, and Selma and Richard Eikelenboom, forensic scientists from Holland, are reviewing evidence held by OCSO today and tomorrow.
Although Baez would not talk about what they were looking at, he revealed they would be looking at Casey’s Pontiac Sunfire again.
In their objection to the release of documents that would reveal what evidence the team and its experts are examining, the attorneys wrote:
“This is a case of the state of Florida versus Casey Anthony, this is not a case of news media and John Q. Public.”
“To allow the news media to continue to have what has turned out to be, in many instances, ‘first look’ at evidence, publicize otherwise uninformed speculation and conclusions about evidence, utilizing ‘talking head’ lawyers who have neither the experience, knowledge, or predicates for their public comments, promises to continue to infuse this case with public bias, prejudice, misunderstanding, and error.”
Both the prosecution and the defense had a 4 PM deadline today from Judge Perry to file any objections to the release of information that would reveal what evidence is being inspected.
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Wellll, ya know…….I think I might be more inclined to agree with this motion if the defense was CONSISTENT with their concerns. Mr. Baez and Co. have no problem leaking information about this case when they think it will be of benefit to THEM. I would be willing to bet my next piece of fresh peach pie with a big scoop of cinnamon ice cream (which I’m going to eat right after I finish this post), that if they find anything of value to them hidden amongst the evidence they are sifting through, it will be all over the news before they leave the site.