Last weeks two days of Frye Hearings about the Casey Anthony case brought a good deal of information into the public domain.

This weeks panel consisted of Simon and Jan Barrett, crime investigator and author Denny Griffin, journalist Dave Knechel and Recovery Agent (thats Florida speak for Bounty Hunter) William Cobra Staubs.

Cobra is a man that leaves no stone unturned, he recently spotted a spider on his bedroom ceiling, this is the result!

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OK, enough oh the humor.

The program was an interesting one. The Casey Anthony trial start date creeps closer and closer. The defense team still do not seem to have a coherent strategy and appear to be just throwing mud balls at the wall in the hope that something will stick.

Alas Judge Perry does not appear to be co-operating with the defense, he tends to prevent the mud balls from even being thrown!

At issue last week was the admissibility of scientific evidence. The defense did their best to recreate Tolstoy’s ‘War and Plants’, Authur Conan Doyle’s ‘The Hound Of The Cadavervilles’, and the odoriferous farting classic ‘Gone With The Wind’.

In my opinion Jose Baez came up a little short!

On Friday Jose Baez also had to face the reality that Judge Perry was getting just a little testy. Jose Baez and his cohort Cheny Mason had filed a motion to ask the judge to revisit his earlier ruling on the pre-Miranda statements. The response was surprisingly short. One tends to think of legal documents as being long, boring, and lacking any for of English grammar known  to man. This one was short and to the point.

The short version:

NO, NO, and what part of the word NO do you not understand?

If you missed the live broadcast, you can listen to the recording here.

Simon and Jan Barrett

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