The autopsy report released in the case of Caylee Anthony reveals details of when her body was left in the woods.
It's often been speculated that Caylee Anthony's first resting place was not off of Suburban Drive, where it was found by meter reader Roy Kronk. Theorists have pondered if a member of Anthony's inner circle could have been involved in moving the body to the wooded area long after she was killed.
That theory can now be put to rest. The autopsy report of Caylee was released this week despite objections from George and Cindy Anthony, grandparents of the deceased toddler. Caylee's mother, Casey Anthony, is charged with the little girl's murder.
According to the gruesome findings, "The roots growing into the vertebrae and bags indicate that the body was placed there months prior to being found. There is nothing inconsistent with the body being placed there soon after the date of [Caylee] being last seen alive," concludes the report. Which means that Caylee's body, despite repeated attempts to locate her, sat alone on a wooded stretch of an Orlando subdivision from the middle of June until its discovery on December 11, 2008.
The report relays in excruciating detail the placement of duct tape on the toddler's skull and the remnants of clothing found on the scene. What was not included in the report, at least that which was released to the public, are two autopsy photos. Although under the Florida state "sunshine laws," most documents are released to the public, there is a strict law against the release of autopsy photos.
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