Caylee Anthony’s murder was ruled a homicide based on the autopsy results revealed on Friday, but the medical examiner who reviewed the child’s remains could not determine the cause of death. Although the Anthony family pleaded with Judge Stan Strickland during a hearing on Friday to keep the report sealed, the judge ultimately decided to disclose it.
Caylee’s skeleton was examined by Dr. Jan C. Garavaglia for 12 days, and the results showed no signs of trauma. An autopsy revealed that the duct tape found on the skull of the corpse had been there long before the body had decomposed.
According to the autopsy report, Garavaglia also found that the method of death is homicide, and that a cause of death cannot be ascertained with certainty, but that there is nothing inconsistent with the body being dumped in the wooded area shortly after the date of last being seen alive.
According to the autopsy report, all of Caylee’s soft tissue and ligaments had been removed, leaving only her skeletal remains. The tiny skeleton of Caylee was almost entirely recovered, with the exception of a few bones from her wrists, hands, fingers, ankle, and kneecap.
Also made public was the autopsy report for Casey Anthony’s 1998 Pontiac Sunfire. According to the report, the car’s pizza box was inspected and found to be maggot-free. Cindy Anthony first stated that the pizza that had been left in the car for a long time was to blame for the “dead body” odor that permeated the vehicle early on in the investigation.
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Decomposition-related compounds were detected in the car’s air samples, the investigation stated. According to the findings, the presence of a chemical similar to that released when a person is likely oxygen-deprived was discovered in the trunk of Casey Anthony’s automobile.
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“The perpetrator taped the kid’s mouth shut with duct tape. I wouldn’t be surprised if the infant died from a lack of oxygen due to suffocation, but I think the chemical study of the trunk is more telling. According to the analysis, the trunk contained greater levels of a substance that is present when a person is dying from suffocation.
If Caylee Anthony suffered in death, whether from duct tape or being locked in the trunk, that’s probably why the state is pushing for capital punishment. She had the distinct impression for a few minutes that she was about to die. The discomfort was not lost on her.
Incredibly, she had to go through a lot of pain, “Richard Hornsby, who represents the defendant, said. On December 11 of last year, metre reader Roy Kronk found Caylee’s body in a wooded area off Suburban Drive, not far from the Anthony house.
Casey Anthony has a tattoo that reads “La Bella Vita,” and the state has filed a motion demanding to see a picture of it. They plan to visit Anthony in Orange County Jail so that they can take pictures of his new tattoo.
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