Has Marcia Clark Discovered New Evidence That Incriminates Casey Anthony?
Marcia Clark is claiming that she has found "pretty big" evidence that she says indicates Casey Anthony is guilty of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Caylee.
The Wrap reports that Clark, who made headlines prosecuting O.J. Simpson, told reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour that she reexamined evidence laid out in a book written by Anthony’s lawyer Jose Baez — and found a significant error.
In the book, Baez wrote that one of the computers in Anthony’s home was used to search for “foolproof suffocation" at 1:51 p.m., not long before Caylee was killed. Baez wrote that Anthony's father, George, might have done the search because he was "feeling suicidal."
But Clark said that she found that the program that the defense attorney’s expert used had an incorrect time stamp. According to Clark, this meant that the computer search was done at 2:51 p.m., not 1:51, by which time George Anthony was allegedly at work, based on pings from his cell phone.
But Casey Anthony, according to Clark, was home at at time. And she was the only person at home, aside from Caylee.
Clark's research team was also able to discover that the browser's search history was deleted at the exact time that Casey was home after having been dropped off after her initial police questioning over Caylee’s disappearance.
"The only person who is even going to think to delete that history is the person who conducted the search," Clark says. "That would have to be Casey Anthony."
To learn more about this case, watch Investigation Discovery's Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery on ID GO now!
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