Considerable new developments continue to surface in the case of the missing toddler, now presumed dead by authorities, are surfacing as deputies continue to search for additional remains of a small child that were found last week near the residence of the Anthony family. Orange County Sheriffs Office deputies say they have found “significant skeletal remains” in the search area. Because of that they will expand their search and will like be a the scene through the weekend. And in a more interesting twist, the utilities worker, a meter reader who made the initially call of human remains found at the location of Suburban Drive, alert the sheriffs office to the location several months ago three different times.
The meter reader called deputies on three different days from August 11 – 13. Deputies responded and cleared the scene twice. On August 11, a deputy responded to the tip and didn’t find anything. The next day after the next call by the same person to crimeline a detective noted that cadaver dogs had cleared the scene and didn’t find anything. On August 13, after another call sheriffs communications center, a different deputy and a back up deputy responded, found nothing and cleared the scene.
The deputies in the initial search are being questioned. The utilities worker is not being considered a suspect, and is being called a credible witness at this time. Casey Anthony’s defense team spokesperson Todd Black has suggested that the worker should retain an attorney.
Some of the remains that were found are now in a FBI lab in Quantico, Virginia pending positive identification. It is said that the FBI are likely to have results within the week. Casey Anthony faces life in prison if convicted.
Not for nothin’, but some things do not appear to add up either with this case or the investigative processes of the Orange County Sheriffs Office. First the utilities worker went into the woods to relieve himself when he found the remains, now he knew it was there and alert authorities multiple times. This new development gives the defense more strength. We had to know that Casey Anthony could not have committed the perfect crime. Either she actually did or she’s innocent. The discovery of the remains so close to her home gives reason to believe that the crime wasn’t as perfect, but now that’s being called into question. At a location that was less than a mile away from the house, something tells us that they had to have searched that area before, now we have proof that they did. So I ask, is it the perfect crime, or is Casey Anthony innocent?