And Now, The Litigation
Miller said his group consented to help search for Caylee on the premise that she was missing. That’s a notion at odds, he said, with the scenario set out by Anthony’s defense team during their opening statement, when they said Caylee had died by drowning in the family pool.
“It’s only fair to our donors to make an attempt to get that money back, because people donate to us for the purpose of looking for missing children. And in [defense attorney] Jose Baez’s own statement, she was never missing,” Miller said.
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