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Casey Anthony: Did Members of the Jury See These Photos?
Shocking Casey Anthony Photos
If you've watched Nancy Grace recently, you've undoubtedly seen some of these shocking photos of the mother of little Caylee Marie Anthony.
These photos of Casey Anthony were taken while Caylee Anthony was missing, and they clearly show a woman who knows how to party.
Photos Presented to a Jury
It's easy to see why Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, does not want images like these presented to a jury. With that said, there's no way of knowing if selected jurors have seen these photographs on the Internet in the course of the past three years.
Jose Baez claimed that these photos of Casey Anthony would only serve to "embarrass his client." Funny, the woman in these photographs appears to be having a great time. She doesn't look embarrassed at all.
These photos of Casey Anthony bring one major question to mind: Where was Caylee Anthony while all of this was going on?
Casey Anthony: Party Girl
How would these photos influence a jury in the Casey Anthony trial?
These photos of Casey Anthony -- in addition to many documents -- may present the image of a woman that doesn't have her priorities in order. Let's get straight to the point: The mother of Caylee Anthony was out partying, and even posed for pictures, while her 2-year-old daughter was missing.
How did she get to the club? How did she leave the club? Did she drive around in a car, that, according to Cindy Anthony's 9-1-1 call, smelled like a "dead body." Was Caylee Anthony in the trunk of her mother's car while some of these photos were taken?
Air sample tests may reveal when (and how much) human decomposition took place in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car.
When you look at Casey Anthony's smile in these photos, though, it's hard to believe that this is the face of a woman who lost (or possibly murdered) her child. Who puts on makeup and goes out dancing when their daughter's missing?
These are the questions prosecutors would pose to a jury. Sure, people deal with grief in different ways, but any (somewhat) concerned mother would report her child missing before she took off to meet her boyfriend at a club on a Friday night.
How do we know if members of the jury saw these photographs before they were selected as jury members? We don't; but it's hard to believe that *anyone* in the state of Florida hasn't heard of this case.