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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Miami Herald snoozes; Boedeker blog: Autopsy suggests Caylee Anthony 'suffered tremendously'

June 20th, 2009
1 a.m.

I predicted to close friends and family months ago,
the day Caylee Anthony's body was found, in fact,
that the Casey Anthony murder trial would be moved
to South Florida, and this news today only serves
to confirm it.
Well, that, and the Miami Herald's non-coverage.

As of 12:15 a.m., many, many hours after the judge
made his ruling on making the autopsy report public,
there is absolutely nothing about this story on the
main page of the Miami Herald's website.
Stories about lots of things, not even particularly
interesting things, but NOT the biggest news story
in this state over the past 24 hours.
As always, that certainly explains a lot.

If I were unfortunate enough to be associated with
Casey Anthony's defense team, I'd be sure to
include screenshots of the Herald's website and
be sure to show it to the judge when we make our
formal request for a change of venue, since the
Herald's consistent indifference toward this case,
or at least their editors, really helps make the
defense team's case.

And helps make CNN happy, because now they
can have local legal eagles Kendall Coffey and
Roy Black on the scene from Miami during the
trial, offering their expert color commentary.

Well, I guess somebody's finally happy with the
Herald's coverage after all.
'Tis pity she's a whore.
Aye, there's the rub!
Orlando Sentinel blog
Hal Boedeker: The TV Guy and More
by Hal Boedeker
June 19, 2009, 5:40 p.m.
Caylee Anthony: Autopsy suggests she 'suffered tremendously'

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