The jailhouse video of Casey Anthony getting the news her daughter’s remains had been located – may be made available to the public – and will be decided by a Florida judge today.
Orange County Superior Court Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr., who presided over 25-year-old Anthony’s murder trial, will hear arguments on whether the videotape should be released according to CNN.com.
Casey Anthony - Crime Watch RT
Perry had called the video “highly inflammatory” and ruled the tape would be sealed in Anthony’s trial for the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee.
CNN affiliate Central Florida News 13 reported in July the video has no sound and that an Orland media outlet had filed action to have the tape unsealed.
Anthony was acquitted for the death of Caylee, but the jury convicted her for lying to the authorities. This resulted in Judge Perry ordering Anthony to reimburse the investigating agencies over $200,000 last week.
Authorities argued that if Anthony had not lied, investigators would not have had to spend the time and money to find her daughter’s body; which was found less than a mile from her grandparent’s home in Orlando.
The attorneys for Anthony divulged that she had lied as to what had happened to Caylee, blaming a nanny for her abduction, while knowing the young girl was dead. Anthony then claimed the child had accidentally drowned in the Anthony’s pool.
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