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[Caylee Anthony]Caylee Marie Anthony Missing Sunday, June 15, 2008 - Orlando, Florida

Age: 2, Caylee Anthony was reported missing by her grandmother, Cindy Anthony, on July 15, 2008. At that time Caylee's mother, Casey, said on the July 15, 2008 911 call that her daughter had been missing for "31 days." Date of disappearance is unknown at this point as the mother Casey is not cooperating with authorities
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Robert Dick (Casey tells Security Guard new "Park/Script" story) on Nancy Grace 09/08/2008



Police Confiscate Gun in Car at Anthony Residence

Aired September 8, 2008 - 20:00:00 ET


NANCY GRACE, HOST: Breaking news tonight. Police desperately searching for a beautiful little 3-year-old Florida girl, Caylee, after her grandparents report her missing, little Caylee now not seen for 11 long weeks, last seen with her mother. So why didn`t Mommy call police?

Headlines tonight. Reports that mom, Casey, has created a new and elaborate story full of details about the day little Caylee went missing, something completely different. Police arrive at the Anthony home in the early morning hours to confiscate a gun, that handgun reported to police by a tipster. This as reports emerge that grandmother, Cindy, on the verge of kicking mom, Casey, out of the Anthony home just before little Caylee goes missing. Texas-based Equusearch suspends search for 3-year-old Caylee. Why?

And all this as sources confirm there was so much of the powerful chemical solution chloroform discovered by the FBI in mom, Casey Anthony`s, car trunk, even the air in the trunk was saturated with chloroform, mom, Casey`s, computer revealing multiple visits to Web sites on chloroform. Investigators confirm there is forensic evidence of human decomposition in mom, Casey`s, car trunk. All indicators are it was 3-year-old little Caylee.

And tonight, tensions mounting outside the Anthony home, protesters demanding justice for Caylee, refusing to leave, grandfather George now facing potential battery charges after shoving two of the protesters. At this hour, mom, Caylee (SIC), refusing to meet with cops or feds to help find her little girl. Tonight, where is 3-year-old Caylee?


GRACE: Everybody, we are taking your calls live. I want to go out to California bounty hunter Leonard Padilla, who first got this woman out of jail. You are putting up $50,000 for anyone that can help find little Casey (SIC). Is that true?


GRACE: Little Caylee. Why?

PADILLA: Well, I believe it`s important to find the child, give her a decent funeral because I believe that she is deceased, and somebody has to step up. So I`m hoping that somebody realizes that maybe they saw something at the Anthony residence on the 18th or they saw something between the 27th and the 30th, while the car was parked at the store. And incidentally, the car was -- the car was out of gas.

GRACE: It was out of gas. I thought you may know about that. Everybody, this $50,000 put up by Leonard Padilla for help in finding little Caylee. And tonight we learn that mom, Casey, has come up with a whole new scenario about the day little Caylee went missing.

And she apparently told the story to Robert Dick, who was providing security for Casey Anthony. What did she tell you, Robert, about leaving little Caylee in a park with numerous people?

ROBERT DICK, PROVIDED SECURITY FOR CASEY ANTHONY: Well, basically, it just changed a little bit. The story is still kind of the same, but instead of the Sawgrass...

GRACE: The only thing that`s the same is the alleged Zenaida Gonzalez was there. Tell me.

DICK: That`s right. Yes, that she met her at Blanchard Park instead.

GRACE: So let me get this straight. It`s my understanding that you and mom, Casey, were in the car and that she told you she was at the park with Zenaida Gonzalez, her sister, Samantha, Samantha`s children and little Caylee, and that they took little Caylee at the end and said, We`re taking her and we`re giving you a script to read to police and anyone that questions her whereabouts. A script?

DICK: That`s what she related, yes.


GRACE: A new and elaborate story by mom, Casey Anthony, as to where her little girl is. With us tonight, the security guard that she apparently told this story to. Robert Dick, is with us. Now, let me get this straight. She said she left little Caylee in Jay Blanchard Park?

DICK: Well, she said she met with Zenaida in Jay Blanchard Park. During he meeting, while they were talking, little Caylee got in the car with the other two kids of her sisters, and when she said, Hey, where`s Caylee going, supposedly, Zenaida had held her back and told her that she was going to have to read this script and follow an outline.

GRACE: What became of the script and the outline?

DICK: Unknown. It`s just that she had an outline to follow, and that`s why she led the police on a wild goose chase.


GRACE: You know, I want to go back out to Pat Brown, criminal profiler and author of "Killing for Sport." Pat, under what conditions do you believe, if any, that mom, Casey Anthony, will ever tell where little Caylee is?

PAT BROWN, CRIMINAL PROFILER: Well, Nancy, I think she`ll tell when it will be worth something to her. And I want to bring this up about the Blanchard Park incident. She may just be telling a story to seek some attention, or she may be trying to distract the search team away from Blanchard Park. But at the same hand, she may be worried that the search team is going to find the body of Caylee in Blanchard Park, and therefore wants to place Caylee with Zenaida in Blanchard Park, say, See? I left her with Zenaida in Blanchard Park, so it wasn`t me, if you found her body. It wasn`t me who did her in, it was Zenaida.

GRACE: But you know, the deal Pat Brown, is that that`s not at all what she told police. This story, this fabrication that she told to Robert Dick, is that she was there, that Zenaida Gonzalez was there, Gonzalez`s sister, Samantha, her children. They were all playing in the park. They had been there for some period of time. They all got ready to go. And Zenaida Gonzalez puts Caylee in her car.

And Casey Anthony goes, Why do you have Caylee? She says, I`m taking her, and here`s the script that you need to read for about 30 days if anybody asks you where Caylee is. Have you ever heard such a ridiculous story in your life, Here`s your script?

BROWN: Well, no, it is a ridiculous story, but she is trying to explain away all of her own behaviors. And when something doesn`t work for her, she`ll change the story to the next thing that works. And the only reason she will give up any information is because she thinks that is going to protect her, so we have to listen very carefully to what she says.


GRACE: To Leonard Padilla. You were in the home the last time she made bond. What are they doing in there? Did they ask her about where little Caylee is, or do they act like nothing`s happening?

PADILLA: The time that I was in there, she acted absolutely like nothing had happened. It`s almost like Cindy handles her with kid gloves. George walks a wide circle around her. And Lee just treats her like a little sister.


GRACE: To California bounty hunter, Leonard Padilla, you believe that there is a dumpster that could have revealed information?

PADILLA: That`s correct. If she didn`t bury her daughter in the backyard on the 18th and put her back in the trunk of the car like myself and Rob Dick believe, then the car -- when she pulled into the store, ran out of gas, and she couldn`t pull away from the dumpster.

My belief is that she put the child in the dumpster on the evening of the 27th -- excuse me, the evening of the 26th. Rob, on the other hand, believes that he put -- she put the child, if at all, in the dumpster on the evening of the 28th


GRACE: Back to Robert Dick who was providing security for mom Casey Anthony. She told him this bizarre new story about leaving the little girl with Zenaida Gonzalez at a park and Gonzalez giving her an alleged script to read to police and others that question where Caylee was.

What was her demeanor when she told you this story?

ROBERT DICK, PROVIDED SECURITY FOR CASEY ANTHONY, SAYS TOT MOM TOLD HIM SHE LEFT CAYLEE AT PARK: Well, she has a very outgoing personality. It`s never down, always seems happy. And.

GRACE: She was happy?

DICK: It`s my belief she was giving leads, in her mind, at least, that would point me in a direction to confirm her story, though different still trying to give out the same Zenaida, the kidnapping, you know, in that direction.

GRACE: You said she was upbeat?

DICK: As far as just our normal contact it was just like any day with any other person.

GRACE: So her demeanor was not upset about Caylee. She wasn`t talking about the search? What else did she talk about?

DICK: To be honest, she just talks the whole time. I mean.

GRACE: About what?

DICK: . and it`s about anything. I mean the weather, the way some place used to be and now let`s -- you know, different stories there. I mean just about anything.

GRACE: What did she say about Caylee?

DICK: Caylee didn`t come up a lot in discussion. Now understand that I`m not allowed to ask her any questions. I`m just there. I -- it`s part of an agreement, I couldn`t question her.

GRACE: Right.

DICK: Or ask her anything, so I`m just there hearing what she has to say and she, like I said, is trying to tell me things to look into as far as Zenaida, the sister.

GRACE: Like what? What does she want you to look into?

DICK: To try to find them, to try to prove that her story is true.

GRACE: But like what? What lead did she give to you try to find Zenaida Gonzalez?

DICK: Well, nothing special. That`s what I`m saying. It`s nothing out of the ordinary that`s already in the police report.

GRACE: Got you.

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