Heart shaped stickers from Casey Anthony home compared with crime scene photos
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On June 14, 2011, the jury in the Casey Anthony trial heard more testimony regarding heart shaped stickers found in Casey and Caylee Anthony’s room. Casey Anthony faces first degree murder charges in the death of her two-year-old daughter Caylee. The prosecution states that Casey Anthony drugged Caylee with chloroform then placed duct tape over her mouth and nose, suffocating her to death. Caylee Anthony’s body was found on Suburban Drive, in Orlando, Florida on December 11, 2008.
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On June 13, 2011, FBI agent Elizabeth Fontaine testified during trial that a piece of duct tape had been recovered from the crime scene that had residue in the shape of a heart shaped sticker. Although Elizabeth Fontaine testified that she witnessed the heart shaped residue on the duct tape, she wasn’t able to photograph it. More testimony regarding the heart shaped stickers followed as on June 14, 2011, Orange County Sheriff’s Office crime scene investigator Alina Burroughs testified about books of heart shaped stickers that had been removed from Casey’s and Caylee’s room
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Crime scene investigator Jennifer Welch testified on June 11, 2011 that she took photos of the crime scene including the duct tape in question. Jennifer Welch testified that she collected and photographed 390 pieces of evidence, including a strip of Henkel duct tape and lettering from a shirt that has been confirmed worn by Caylee Anthony. After Jennifer Welch’s testimony, Orange County Sheriff’s Office Forensics Supervisor Ronald Murdock took the stand.
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Ronald Murdock described to jurors photos taken in December 2008, depicting items taken into evidence from the Anthony home. Henkel duct tape found at the crime scene is the same brand as duct tape found on one of George Anthony’s gas cans. Other items taken into evidence included a Winnie the Pooh blanket, black trash bags, a white, canvas laundry bag
You may see photos of the duct tape found at the crime scene as well as the photos of evidence collected in the Anthony family home in the slideshow to the left. You may also see the full testimony from Jennifer Welch and Ronald Murdock in the video player.