Casey Anthony may have escaped prosecution when a jury found her not guilty for the 2008 death of her little girl, but infamous O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark isn’t resting in her quest to find out what really happened.
TheWrap reported that Clark, 64, has made the bombshell claim that evidence available during the trial could have helped prove Anthony killed her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
The “pretty big” evidence uncovered concerned the web search on a computer in Anthony’s house of the terms “foolproof suffocation.”
The search was time stamped 1:51 p.m., which roughly corresponded with when Caylee died. The defense tried to argue Anthony’s father George was home at the time, which could have made him a potential suspect.
However, “The program that the defense attorney’s expert used was incorrect as to the time stamp,” said Clark, who looked into the case again as part of her new show, Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48.
“And that it wasn’t 1:51 when the search was done, it was 2:51 — at which point we know based on cell phone pings that George Anthony was at work, he was not at home,” Clark said.
“And that the only person who was at home when ‘foolproof suffocation’ was searched for was Casey Anthony. A pretty big deal.”
Clark also noted that the “foolproof investigation” search didn’t get removed from Anthony’s computer’s history until 31 days after Caylee went missing.
Additionally, the browser history deletion occurred when Anthony was in-between police interrogations and at home by herself.
"I’m guessing the prosecution would have loved to have this information,” Marcia added. “That’s what we uncovered.”
Anthony, now 31, recently confessed in an interview with the Associated Press: “I’m still not even certain as I stand here today about what happened.”
“Based off what was in the media, I understand the reasons people feel about me,” she added. “I understand why people have the opinions that they do.”
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