When a child is killed, her mom or dad can be expected to lead the fight for justice. But when a parent is involved, the rest of us have to step up and speak for the voiceless child. Millions of people have watched this case unfold from Day One, riveted by the story of a little girl who was tossed away like trash and a mother who didn’t seem to care.
We know there was a collateral federal investigation going on during the state’s investigation of Caylee’s murder. The details of this information are being withheld from public view at the moment and transcripts of FBI interviews have not been released. There are references to the feds being involved and witnesses being interviewed by the FBI, etc., with information that has been shared with the public. It is possible the court ordered certain evidence and topics to be placed “under seal” a decision that would protect Casey Anthony’s due process rights.
Release of the photographs of Caylee that were seized from the Anthony home and ordered “under seal” by the court as too “prejudicial” would be a good place to start. Many of you may not even be aware that evidence is under seal, which itself is problematic.
There should be full disclosure of all search warrants and affidavits, some of which are also under seal. No doubt the sealed photographs of Caylee are sexually inappropriate, and warrants were likely issued authorizing a search for evidence of pornography in computers and elsewhere. The public may have had no right to see this evidence while the case was pending because it might have prevented Casey from getting a fair trial, but now that she’s been acquitted, everything should be released.
There will be no justice for Caylee Anthony until the full truth is known, which means demanding the immediate release of the entire case file, including the sealed search warrants and sealed photographs.
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