Casey Anthony “Uninterested In Search For Daughter”, Witnesses Say
March 24, 2010
Florida (ChattahBox) – New evidence against Casey Anthony, mother of murdered toddler Caylee Anthony, has been released, including interviews with searchers who looked for the two-year-old. According to them, Anthony was less than interested in the search efforts of her little girl.
According to Equusearch founder, Tim Miller, she didn’t talk to searchers or ask to help in any way.
In fact, Miller claims she, “laughed and giggled…acting like she was going to a cheerleader competition or something.”
“She never said the word Caylee one time,” he recalls.
He also came forward with a story about a fight between Anthony and her father George Anthony.
George allegedly came to his daughter and asked her to put an ‘x’ on a map where they should begin their search.
Anthony became enraged, refusing to assist them, and storming to her bedroom, where she remained for some time.
“Made it pretty obvious that somebody probably knew something.”
Anthony has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter. If convicted, she faces the death penalty.