Casey Anthony was acquitted of killing her two-year-old daughter Caylee back in 2011, in a trial that captivated America for weeks.
Now, the private investigator who was hired five months after Caylee’s disappearance in 2008 has released a book that makes some shocking and disgusting claims about Anthony and the days following her daughter’s death.
Dominic Casey had been hired by the Anthony family in November of 2008, along with Jim Hoover, in order to look for Caylee’s remains as well as provide protection. They both testified during the trial.
Many critics have claimed that Dominic Casey has been trying to make money off of Caylee’s death.
Casey, however, remains steadfast in his account of events. He believes that on the afternoon of Monday, June 16, 2008, Casey Anthony murdered Caylee in the family’s above-ground pool in the backyard.
He also claims in his book “Privilege Waived-Part III: Consensual Chaos” that after Anthony murdered her daughter, she hid the body in the trunk of her car and drove around with it for five days.
According to the private investigator, Anthony had searched “fool proof suffocation” on the family computer before doing even more research on suicide.
She then allegedly committed the terrible act:
“Casey had changed Caylee into her bathing suit. She walked her into the backyard and hooked the ladder onto the pool platform. Casey guided Caylee up the ladder to the pool then maliciously drowned her.”
“She then carried her lifeless body in her arms from the pool, through the side gate to the garage and into the trunk of the car.”
After the fifth day, Dominic Casey claims that:
“…body fluids had leaked out from the black garbage bags into the laundry bag, the trunk and onto Mama Doll, Casey’s clothes, her black boots and the white trash bag.”
That’s when Casey dumped Caylee’s body in a swampy area near her home, where it would later be found.
Many of these details were included in the actual trial, but Anthony was found not guilty of Caylee’s murder. She was only charged with providing false information to law enforcement.