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- December 10, 2012
- Vol. 78
- No. 24
Casey Anthony: Could She Have Been Convicted?
Sixteen Months After Casey Anthony Was Acquitted of Murdering Her Daughter, New Evidence Emerges
How did investigators miss this search?
Although police had Anthony's hard drive for three years, they only checked the Internet history on one of the computer's two web browsers. "It was an oversight," says Nieves. Or as one investigator said, "We blew it."
Would this crucial evidence have convicted Casey?
It's hard to say. Although the user was logged in as Casey, the Internet search was done after George Anthony says his daughter left the house. "If you believe the search was done by Casey," says her defense attorney Jose Baez, "you can't accept the state's timeline of what happened that day." But Jeff Ashton, the prosecutor, told reporters, "It's just a shame we didn't have it. This would have put the accidental-death claim in serious question."
Can she be retried for murder?
Double jeopardy forbids a retrial. "It's over," says Florida legal analyst Bill Sheaffer. "She could confess, and there's nothing anyone could do about it."
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