In a special series entitiled "Timeline: Casey Anthony 1 Year Ago," Local 6 News reviews what has happened in the Casey Anthony case over the last year.
Anthony, 23, remains jailed on first-degree murder charges in the death of her daughter, Caylee, whose remains were found in December. Caylee was 2 years old when she was reported missing in July, about a month after she was last seen alive.
The case has drawn international attention, and Anthony is scheduled to go to trial in October, although that date could be pushed back.
On May 6, 2008, Anthony exchanged computer messages with one of her lovers, then-Orange County sheriff's Deputy Anthony Rusciano, referring to Caylee as a "snot head."
"Bring your fine little (expletive) over here sometime today," Rusciano typed to Anthony.
"God, I'm so sick of having to rely on other people," replied Anthony, claiming she's "playing phone tag both with Zani," the mystery nanny, "and my mom." "Want me to bring the little snot head?" Anthony asked.
When Rusciano did not reply, Anthony wrote "didn't think so."
Anthony later typed "if my nanny can baby sit tonight, I'm set. If not, I'm screwed."
By nightfall, Anthony seemed resigned to the fact that she could not leave.
"I'm sad. I've been sad all day, I've been sad for days," Anthony typed. "Too bad I can't move out tomorrow. (It) would make some of this a lot easier."
"And just think of all that's happened since May 6, 2008. There are several events, large and small, that now, one year later, give you a better perspective of how all this has developed -- with now Caylee Anthony dead, her mother charged with her murder," Local 6 News reporter Tony Pipitone said. "And as those events warrant, we will bring them to you, one year later."
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