The 911 calls were released by the Orange County Sheriff’s office today when Cindy Anthony called to report her 3 year old granddaughter, Caylee Marie, missing. She appeared to be emotionless during the call. When she made the call she asked that deputies come and arrest her daughter for stealing money and a car according to the recordings.

“I have someone here who need be arrested and a possible missing child,” Cindy Anthony told a 911 dispatcher. “A three year old has been missing for a month.”

The fist call was made around 8:45 pm, but less than an hour later she called 911 again and this time she was screaming and crying saying she found out that her granddaughter had been kidnapped by the babysitter. She told the dispatcher that she found her daughter’s car, a 1998 Pontiac Firebird. “There’s something wrong,” she told the 911 dispatcher. “I found my daughter’s car today and it smells like there’s been a dead body in the damn car.”

Later when talking to Eyewitness News Cindy Anthony said there was a bag of pizza in the car that had been there for 12 days  and it was full of maggots. “It smelled like something had died in the car, I smelled it. I thought something had died in the car. I didn’t know what it was. It could have been a squirrel. It could have been anything. But when we opened the trunk and we saw the maggots in the trunk with all the pizza and stuff, it was a rancid smell, she said after the 911 calls were released on Thursday.

Casey Anthony, Cindy Anthony’s daughter took the phone and calmly told the dispatcher that he daughter has been missing for 31 days. The dispatcher asked what she didn’t report it until now. Her response was that she had been doing her own search for her daughter.

Casey was arrested after telling authorities a number of lies concerning her daughter’s disappearance. When detectives found a foul smell coming from her car it made them believe that it is possible that little Caylee is dead and they think her mother is involved in it somehow.

Casey Anthony is being held under a $500,000 bond, set by Judge Stan Strickland. Today her attorney Jose Baez has confirmed that after desperately trying to raise the 10% needed, $50,000, for a bondsman to get their daughter out of jail, they see that they can’t do it.

Baez has filed a writ of habeas corpus with the Orange County court on Thursday. He is asking that his client, Casey Anthony be released from prison, without bond, so she can help police look for her daughter.

I would say that sadly enough it doesn’t look like Caylee has a chance here but I keep hoping for a miracle and that she will be found alive and well.

Jan Barrett

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