Casey Anthony's actions, particularly those in the 31 days after her 2-year-old daughter went missing and before police were notified, speak volumes about her guilt, prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick told jurors in Casey Anthony's capital murder trial Monday.
Burdick reminded the jury that she went through each one of those days in her opening argument as the trial began, asking "Where is Caylee?"
"The question is no longer 'Where is Caylee?' We know where Caylee Marie Anthony is," Burdick said. "The question is no longer 'What happened to Caylee Marie Anthony?' We know what happened to Caylee."
But Casey Anthony's actions and responses "answer for you the only real question left at this stage of the proceedings, and that is who killed Caylee Anthony," Burdick said.
Jurors are expected to begin deliberations later in the day on whether Casey Anthony is guilty of first-degree murder and other charges in the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee.FULL STORY