Casey Anthony’s defense team visited a couple different locations vital in their defense of their client on Saturday. They also brought along with them a new addition to the team, a famous forensic scientist Henry Lee, who has worked on previous infamous cases those of O.J. Simpson and Jean Bennet Ramsey. Together, they all went to the house, among other places, where Orange County deputies locked down all day on Thursday for crime scene processing after the discovery of human remains were found just a third of a mile from the house.
The grandparents of the toddler, George and Cindy Anthony were barred from going to the house where they lived during the time deputies collected evidence. They spent the night at an area hotel while deputies brought out several boxes and bags of items that were sent to FBI lab in Virginia.
In the meantime more and more details are being revealed in the days after the discovery. The defense team are now saying that the measurements of the bones and the hair color are a match with Caylee Anthony. They were also told that the skull was discovered with duct tape wrapped around it.
Orange County medical examiner and FBI forensics experts are saying that it could be at least another week before any conclusive DNA results are released. But that fact isn’t stopping authorities and plenty of others from speculating that this is in fact what they’ve been seeking for the past six months.
Not for nothin’, but time may be running out for Casey Anthony’s defense. Her lawyers are in a desperate phase of trying to search every area where Orange County Sheriffs deputies searched previous, and are seeking to review any evidence they collected or didn’t collect. Within two weeks investigators could have a positive identification of the body, a cause of death, and a manner of death. They may be forced to plea. The good news is, they still have at least a week before results come back.