There was only one internet search for Chlorform found by proven search engine analysis software. That search was done right after a Facebook search for her new boyfriend, who had Chloroform listed on his website.
The testimony describing 84 internet searches for Chloroform was based on a newly developed, unproven software. Internet seach engines keep a list of past seraches performed, and the unproven analysis program may have revealed a search engine tracing of "Choroform" that was written by the search engine, when other searches were performed by that search engine. So in fact, no one may have typed in Chloroform 84 times, as sensationalized on at least several "News" channels. Those computer tracings may have been generated by other searches, by that search engine, for different words typed in.
There was testimony that the duct tape around Caylees mouth was placed ther after she was already dead. The prosecution said that made no sense. Actually, that was consistent with George's confidential revelation to River Cruise, that Caylee's being missing was the result of an "Accident gone very wrong" The duct tape may have been placed around Caylees mouth to cover up any evidence of criminal negligence in an accidental drowning, to make it look like Caylee had been abducted and murdered. That would cover up for Caylee drowning in the pool, by having climbed up the unattended ladder, and getting in the pool. Caylee probably would have spent several hours decomposing in the swimming pool, before she was found by a family member, pulled out of the pool, and laid on the grass in the back yard to try to revive her. Cadaver dogs found two spots of human decomposing scents, in the Anthony back yard, in July 09.
There is substantial evidence that points to a conclusion that Caylee died accidentally, and was not murdered, as ratings soar for news media that trumpet and emphasize the evidence that points to the idea of Calee having been murdered. Much of the evidence presened by the prosecution was unreliable, and newly developed to prove Casey Guilty. Junk sience, rather than proven forensics.
George had the keys to Casey's Toyota in June and July or 2009. George's testimony was contracicted several times, and George was reported by at least an alternate juror, as not credible.