Here are the latest developments in the case.
Sources close to the Casey Anthony case told CNN's Orlando affiliate, Local 6 News,
that they have overwhelming evidence showing that she intentionally
killed her daughter, Caylee, and was solely responsible for the
According to the sources, investigators have reportedly been able to establish a timeframe of death for Caylee that dates back to June based on reports from the botanist and entomologist that visited the site where Caylee was found.
Sources say plants were growing through Caylee's skeleton and bug evidence was also recovered that helped the experts reach their conclusion. Investigators reportedly believe that Anthony killed Caylee on June 16th, left her in the trunk of her car for a couple of days and then dumped Caylee in the wooded area on June 18th, where she was eventually found, on December 11th.
The reason that this new evidence is significant is because it proves that Caylee was killed some time in June, way before her mother reported her missing on July 15th of last year.
Sources say test results conducted in the trunk of Anthony's car show Caylee spent at least 2 days in the car before her body was dumped just yards from her own home. The Orlando station also reports that a hair found in the trunk of Anthony's car matches hair taken from Caylee's remains.
Anthony, 22, remains jailed on first-degree murder charges in her daughter's death. Caylee was 2 years old when she was reported missing in mid-July, a month after she had last been seen.
Anthony insists that she left her daughter with a babysitter in June, but she didn't report her missing until July. The babysitter who Casey alleges has her daughter has never been found. Last month, human remains found in a wooded area near Caylee's grandparents' home were identified as missing Caylee.
Today, new footage was released of Anthony private investigator Dominic Casey ransacking through that wooded area back in November, a full month before the body was discovered there. The footage shows Dominic Casey searching and ramming a metal rod into the ground at the
crime scene mere feet away from where Caylee's remains were later
found. At one point, he even says "It would be right here" into the cell phone he is talking on.