Judge Perry Rules – All Statements OK For Trial

Yes, you read it right. WESH broke the news… On the motion regarding whether Casey was in custody when she was questioned by law enforcement… Nope! The defense had argued that she went from witness to suspect when Orange County Deputy Ryan Eberlin briefly handcuffed her at her mother’s request. She was placed in a patrol car but was soon released.

What this means is that nothing is suppressed and no one was an agent of the state.

Read the orders here:

ORDER DENYING MOTION TO SUPRESS STATEMENTS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

ORDER DENYING MOTION TO SUPPRESS STATEMENTS MADE TO GEORGE, CINDY, LEE ANTHONY, MAYA DERKOVIC, ROBYN ADAMS, AND SYLVIA HERNANDEZ

One of the old sayings in the newspaper business is about old news. The video of Casey’s admission of being read her rights became moot today. The old saying goes like this:

Yesterday’s news is at the bottom of today’s birdcage.

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