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Casey Anthony Case: Was There Witness Tampering During Trial?

Casey Anthony

The Orange County, Florida Sheriff’s Department announced it is investigating allegations of witness tampering during Casey Anthony’s murder trial.

Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings wouldn’t say who was accused of witness tampering, but it didn’t involve Casey Anthony’s mother, Cindy, who stunned prosecutors during the trial when she testified that she had done searches for chloroform on the family’s computer.

As for the alleged witness tampering, detective John Allen would only say the sheriff’s office has interviewed some witnesses.

“In regards to where we will go, it really depends on what information we get and what people come forward to provide additional information,” Allen said.

Casey Anthony was acquitted a week ago on charges of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. Anthony was found guilty on four charges of lying to law enforcement officers.

She is to be released from jail Sunday.

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