Prosecutors released dozens of documents, photographs, videos and other evidence Monday in the case against accused murder mom Casey Anthony.
Included in the items are photos of calendars that police used to keep notes and display a day-by-day record of Casey’s whereabouts in May, June and July of last year. The calendars contain numerous notes handwritten by Detective Ed Edwards during interviews with Casey’s relatives and friends, including her ex-fiance Jesse Grund, friend Amy Huizenga, mom Cindy Anthony and brother Lee.
Casey claims she dropped off her 2-year-old daughter Caylee on June 16 with a nanny and that the nanny kidnapped her daughter.
Police believe Casey actually murdered her daughter that day and then moved in with a boyfriend. She avoided any contact with relatives until July 15 when her mom Cindy tracked Casey down and learned that Caylee had vanished.
One of the highlights of the new material, is Casey’s ex-fiance Jesse Grund telling cops that Casey me her new boyfriend Anthony Lazzaro in late May and went to a “no clothes” party on May 25, 2008.
Also, the June calendar is filled with notes about Casey’s location. On one calendar, police noted that friend Amy Huizenga said on June 13 Casey lied to her, claiming that her father had a stroke.