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Friday, January 28, 2011

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Evidence: Pen Pal Reveals Details In Casey Case



ARREST AFFIDAVIT
Anthony Arrest Affidavit (PDF) Posted: 5:59 pm EST January 27, 2011
Updated: 2:15 pm EST January 28, 2011

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- The state released more evidence in the case against Casey Anthony Friday. Prosecutors released an interview that Casey Anthony's jailhouse pen pal, Robyn Adams, had with detectives on February 12, 2010.


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COP WITH PEN PAL: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
EVIDENCE PHOTOS: Released From Sheriff's Office
INTERNAL INVESTIGATION: Listen | Read
VIDEO REPORT: More Evidence Released
DETECTIVE INTERVIEWS CINDY 2/8: Part 1 | Part 2
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Adams and Casey exchanged letters while she was in the Orange County jail before she was convicted on drug charges and sent to federal prison. Adams told detectives in the interview that Casey told her she was abused.

Adams told investigators that Casey claimed to have been abused when she was younger, at the hands of her brother and father.

Adams saved her letters and shipped them to a friend on the outside. Adams, a convicted drug dealer, and currently in state prison, told investigators about how she built up a friendship with Casey. They traded letters by stuffing them in books inside the jail.

Adams painted the picture of Casey as someone upset with her family.

"I think I was just the one that was there. She didn't have anybody else. She felt like even her family turned on her," Adams told detectives.

Adams told investigators Casey felt betrayed by her mother, Cindy Anthony, who was doing talk shows, instead of going to her court hearings. She said Casey opened up about her childhood, sometimes in conversation, but mostly in letters.

When asked about sexual abuse, Adams told investigators Casey claimed she suffered the abuse at the hands of family members when she was young.

"She was younger, as if she went through a lot with her brother, a lot with her dad," Adams said.

As for the mystery baby sitter Zenaida Gonzales, who Casey claimed took her daughter Caylee, Adams said: "There was no Zenaida."

The investigator then asked, "Ok, did she tell you that?"

"Zenaida was a childhood friend," Adams replied.

There is also information on the internal investigation into corrections officer Silvia Hernandez. Hernandez helped Casey communicate with Robyn Adams.

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