Friday, October 31, 2008

Stacy Peterson

Where Is Caylee Marie Anthony?

ALL of these videos were taken on July 15, 2008, Father's Day while Caylee, Cindy, Cindy's mom and Cindy's brother were visiting Caylee's great-grandfather at the nursing home. This is the last "official and confirmed" sighting of Caylee.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

1,500 Pages Of Tips About Missing Caylee Anthony Released

About 1,500 pages of new information have been released in the search for Caylee Anthony, whose mother, Casey, reaffirmed her not guilty plea in her daughter's disappearance.

Link To All tips

Monday, October 20, 2008

Missing Adults

Do You Know Me?

Could I Be Your Son, Father, Brother, Nephew, Husband, Boyfriend, Neighbor, Boss, Co-Worker or Friend?
Did I Live Near You?
I Could Be From Any State In The USA Or Elsewhere!

Do You Know Me?

Dr. Phil aired "Benjamin" on October 16, 2008

"The cleaning woman at the Burger King found me just before they opened, so it was about 6:00 a.m. The day is pretty hazy to me. I don’t remember too much about it. I was unconscious. I had ant bites all over me, [and was] beaten. I have no idea how I got there. I don’t remember anything about it. I had no memory of my name, parents, relatives. I don’t even know where I worked," says Benjaman.

An ambulance was called to the scene. "He was totally naked. He was unresponsive. When I looked at him, he had a lot of sores on him," recalls paramedic Sue Usry.

"I remember being in the ambulance. I remember an EMT pinching me. People were asking me questions or practically yelling at me. I think they were trying to get a response," Benjaman says. Benjaman appeared homeless and was shuffled from hospitals to homeless shelters. He says he was startled when he first looked at himself in the mirror one week after getting cataract surgery. "I started to shave and I just couldn’t believe how old I looked, because I looked like an old man compared to how I felt. Geez, the gray hair, the bags under the eyes; I didn’t feel that old. I didn’t think I should be that old," Benjaman says. Although he doesn’t remember his past, Benjaman says there are certain things about himself and his life that he just instinctively feels are true. "The name Benjaman just popped out. I just knew it was my name," he says. "I’m 10 years older than Michael Jackson, to the day, and he was born on August 29, 1958, so that makes me August 29, 1948, and that fits, because that’s how I remember dates. I connect them with something. That feels to me like it is always how it’s worked."

Benjaman says he has memories of being around nuns and attending Catholic school in Indianapolis. He also remembers the day John F. Kennedy was shot and attending the Indiana state fair.

"I’m worried everyone expects me to be this big somebody, and I’m just going to turn out to be an average Joe," Benjaman reveals.

One of the things that I’m really committed to today is showing your face to millions and millions of people, in hopes that somebody will go, ‘I know him,’ and pick up the phone and call,” Dr. Phil says to Ben. “What has this been like for you?” “Frustrating,” Ben replies. “I try not to think about it. I try to keep busy.” “Do you have any idea of what you were doing in Georgia?” Dr. Phil asks. “I think I came down there to see the ocean,” Ben says. Dr. Phil reviews the information Ben feels he knows for sure: He believes his name is Benjaman, he remembers a lot about the city of Denver, and he thinks he was born in Indiana. “Is this something that you don’t really remember, but you just have a sense that it sounds right?” Dr. Phil asks. “How does that work for you?” “You know, I don’t really know how it works. I wish I could explain it,” Benjaman says. “It’s just instinctive, maybe.” Because he was naked when he was found, Benjaman had no wallet, ID or belongings. He says that a quick investigation was conducted, but no information was found. “I think the assumption was that I was just a bum, so the hell with it. They didn’t need to inspect,” he says.

If you think you recognize Benjaman, call 877-562-3892, or e-mail the show.

Unidentified White Male Amnesia Victim
The Amnesia victim was discovered on August 31, 2004 in Richmond Hill, Georgia

Case History
The victim was located naked, beaten and covered in fire ant bites beside a dumpster behind a Burger King in Richmond Hill, GA on August 31, 2004. No identification was recovered from his person. To date, he has been unable to remember his name and where he comes from. The Burger King where he was found is located on Highway 17 directly across from U.S. Interstate 95 (exit 87). May have been traveling on I-95 or in Georgia on business. Skill sets seem to be intact with loss of factual data. Cannot remember his name, where he comes from, or other pertinent factual data. Believes he may come from Indiana or Colorado. In exceptionally good health, has no chronic illnesses and requires no medications for the maintenance of good health. Has regional accent. He is willing to undergo hypnosis, submit DNA, undergo x-rays for dental or other purposes. He has since adopted the pseudonym "Benjaman Kyle" until he can learn his true name and identity.

If you have any information about this case please contact: FBI - Savannah, GA Bill Kirkconnell 912-232-3716. You may remain anonymous when submitting information.
Source Information: Katherine Slater

Friday, October 17, 2008

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Casey Anthony will be making two court appearances within a week of each other. She will return to court for her arraignment on her First Degree Murder charge and then again a few days later for a pre-trial hearing in the Child Neglect and Check Fraud Case.

On Tuesday October 28, 2008 at 8:45 a.m. Anthony will appear before Circuit Judge Stan Strickland for arraignment in the First Degree Murder Case.

She will return to court on November 5, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. ( PRE-TRIAL) for the Child Neglect and Check Fraud Cases. Circuit Judge Stan Strickland will also handle that appearance.

Casey will return to court on November 17, 2008 at 9:30 AM for her (Trial) for the Child Neglect and Check Fraude Charges. Circuit Court Judge Stan Stricland will also handle that appearance.

Anthony went before a judge Wednesday to hear charges she killed her daughter, a day after she was indicted after four months of searches yielded no sign of the child.

Casey Anthony, 22, went before Judge John Jordan, who read the charges against her and denied bond. Dressed in a blue jail jumpsuit, Anthony made no comment during the 90-second hearing. Her attorney, Jose Baez, declined comment afterward.

Anthony was arrested Tuesday after a grand jury indicted her on charges of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter and four counts of lying to investigators about the disappearance of her daughter, Caylee. The child's grandmother first called authorities in July to say that she hadn't seen Caylee for a month and that her daughter's car smelled like death.

Casey Anthony told authorities that she had left her daughter with a baby sitter in June, and that the two were gone when she returned from work. She says she spent the next month trying tofind her daughter and didn't call authorities because she was scared.

Investigators immediately started poking holes in her story. The apartment where Casey Anthony said she had left her daughter had been vacant for months, they said. They said she also lied when she told them she had been working at an area theme park as an event planner.

Investigators also accused her of stealing checks from a friend and cashing them. She was charged with felony child neglect and making false statements along with forgery and theft. She was released on $500,000 bail and confined to her parents' home.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Possible Eyewitness to Casey Coming Out Of Woods

This individual feels he spotted Casey car along the roadside and then saw Casey coming out of the woods around ~June 16, 2008 the time that Caylee went missing

Straw Hat

Red Sunglasses

Baez Press Conference - October 16, 2008


This is the interview that stirred up the issue with Todd Black, Baez's spokeperson.

10:45 a.m. Thursday/Update at 11 a.m. Thursday 10/16/08: A spokesman involved in the Casey Anthony case used the words “loss of a life” in an interview on Wednesday with CNN when talking about Caylee Anthony. This has caught the attention of the Orange-Osceola State Attorney’s Office, which said on Thursday it requires further investigation. Here is the full quote:

“This is a very serious case involving not just the loss of a life of this little girl, but the loss of whatever is going to happen to Casey Anthony.”

WESH 2 News reporter Bob Kealing just talked with Black, who serves as a spokesman for Casey’s attorney, Jose Baez, to ask more about what he meant. Black said the quote was taken out of context, and that he was actually responding to a bad joke someone else made about Caylee being dead. He said he absolutely believes Caylee is alive.

Notice For On Camera Statement:

Update at 2:15 p.m. 10/16/08: Attorney Jose Baez emphasized that he believes Caylee Marie Anthony is alive. “I want to make it as clear as possible…we believe Caylee is alive. I’ve said that from Day 1,” Baez said outside his Osceola County office during a news conference that just ended.

His comments came in response to the reporting on a comment from his spokesman, Todd Black, who said on a CNN program about “loss of life” that some read as saying he believed Caylee was dead. (See post below).

Baez criticized the media, agreeing with Black that the quote was in response to someone else’s joke and was taken out of context.

Baez also said he was still getting leads on Caylee’s disappearance, but declined to provide details to the media.

Baez's Press Conference:

Part 1 -

Part 2 -

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Cindy Anthony Interview - 10/13/08

Finally Justice For Caylee

ALL of these videos were taken on July 15, 2008, Father's Day while Caylee, Cindy, Cindy's mom and Cindy's brother were visiting Caylee's great-grandfather at the nursing home. This is the last "official and confirmed" sighting of Caylee.

Caylee playing

Casey Indicted On Seven Counts- 10/14/08

The first count is for first-degree murder, a capital offense that is punishable by the death penalty. (State Attorney Lawson Lamar, however, did not say specifically he would seek execution, if Casey Anthony is convicted. He took no questions.)

This charge alleges that Casey Anthony caused the death of Caylee “from a premeditated design” between June 15 and July 16. Those dates correspond to the last time Caylee was seen and when she was reported missing. The indictment offers no other information on how, why or when.

Count two is aggravated child abuse. This alleges that between the same dates Casey Anthony “did knowingly or willfully…causes great bodily harm, permanent disfigurement or permanent disability to Caylee Marie Anthony…by intentionally inflicting physical injury…or by intentionally committing an act or actively encouraging another person to commit an act which could reasonably expected to result in physical injury.”

Count three is aggravated manslaughter of a child. This count alleges that Casey Anthony caused Caylee’s death by failing to provide “the care, supervision and services necessary to maintain Caylee Marie Anthony’s physical and mental health” or that she did not make “a reasonable effort” to protect Caylee from someone else abuses, neglecting or exploiting her.

Counts four through seven are all “providing false information to a law enforcement officer.” Each count lists a time when Casey Anthony is alleged to have lied to investigators about Caylee. Count four says she lied to Orange County Sheriff’s Office Detective Yuri Melich when she said she worked at Universal Studios in 2008. Count five alleges she lied to Melich when she said she left Caylee with a woman named Zenaida Gonzalez. Count six alleges she lied to Melich when she said she told two former Universal Studios employees that Caylee was missing. And count seven alleges Anthony lied to Melich when she said she received phone call from Caylee on July 15.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Jose Baez Speaks Out Regarding 10/10/08 Friday's Hearing,0,6066902.mp3file

Court Hearing Regarding Motions - 10/10/08

No one from the Anthony family attended the hearing today held at 10:30 AM at the court, of which, Judge Stan Strickland presided over.

Orange County prosecutors indicated that the evidence did not pertain to the child neglect charges that Casey Anthony faces in the disappearance of her 3-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Attorney Baez will be given access to forensic tests involving chloroform, DNA air samples and hair strands within 10 days. Judge Stricland denied access to evidence collected by cadaver dogs.

There were 11 motions filed. Here is where they stand:

1. Motion to seal
No ruling yet, will be heard at a future court date

2. Motion for production of favorable evidence
Ruled in favor of defense

3. Demand for discovery and inspection relating to digital forensic evidence
Ruled in favor of defense

4. Motion to inspect, test and photograph evidence held by the state of Florida

Ruled in favor of defense

5. Motion to compel department of children and family records
Denied, Baez has to retile

6. demand for discovery and inspection related to polygraphs
Ruled in favor of defense

7. Motion to compel: release of records about investigation into Senoia Gonzalez
Ruled in favor of defense

8. Motion for allowing defendant to travel to places of interest
No ruling yet, will be heard at a future court date

9. Motion to compel flight manifest
Ruled in favor of defense

10. Motion to compel results of forensic testing
Ruled in favor of defense

11. Defendants motion to preserve forensic evidence and for court to consider additional testing
No ruling yet, will be heard at a future court date

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Tribute To Those Searching For Caylee

Created by: lisazac123
This is so beautiful, touching and heart-wrenching!