The former judge who presided over Casey Anthony’s jury trial has rendered his own verdict — she’s guilty!
Belvin Perry, who is now practicing law in Florida, believes Anthony unintentionally killed her two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008 with an overdose of the US-banned anesthetic ‘chloroform’.
Abnormally high levels of the compound were detected in the trunk of her car — where Caylee’s body is believed to have been stored for a month before being discarded in a nearby wooded area.
“It’s quite evident that whoever did this, and more than likely it may have been Casey, used too much,” said Perry, who maintains the lack of evidence of abuse determined Caylee’s death as accidental.
Anthony was acquitted of first-degree murder charges in her 2011 trial. She was found guilty of four counts of providing false information to law enforcement — with two of those convictions later overturned on appeal.