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Casey Anthony Judge Thinks Mom May Have Accidentally Killed Daughter

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Judge Belvin Perry (Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images). Casey Anthony (Red Huber-Pool/Getty Images).

By    |   Friday, 03 Mar 2017 05:40 AM

The judge in Casey Anthony’s trial now says he thinks Anthony might have killed her daughter by accident.

Former Judge Belvin Perry Jr., who presided over Anthony’s murder trial, told The Orlando Sentinel on Wednesday that Anthony may have poisoned her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, by giving her “too much” chloroform in an attempt to get her to be quiet.

“There was a possibility that she may have utilized that to keep the baby quiet … and just used too much of it, and the baby died,” Perry told the newspaper.

According to WFTV Orlando, Perry based the theory on evidence of chemicals that had been found in the trunk of Anthony’s car during the investigation.

“Considering the high levels of chloroform that was found in the trunk of the car, that was my logical deduction for what happened,” Perry told WFTV.

Perry made it clear though that his theory is just one of several theories people have presented, and that Anthony is truly the only one who knows the truth, Fox News noted.

“As I’ve expressed, the only person that really knows what happened was Casey,” Perry said, according to The Orlando Sentinel.

Perry’s remarks come almost six years after Anthony was acquitted in the death of her daughter, The Huffington Post noted.

Caylee’s body was found buried in a wooded area near Anthony’s home almost five months after her 2008 disappearance.

Anthony initially said that Caylee had been abducted by a babysitter, The Huffington Post noted.

That stance changed when her defense team suggested that Caylee drowned in a swimming pool and was then taken from the scene by an unidentified individual.

Anthony was sentenced to four years in prison for lying to law enforcement, but that sentence was shortened based on the time the now 30-year-old spent in jail while she was in custody for chargers in her daughter’s death.

Since being acquitted of first-degree murder charges in 2011, Anthony has gone under the radar for the most part.

Last year, sources close to Anthony said she was “bored” and was also struggling to keep a job, despite reports that she had opened a photography business in West Palm Beach, People magazine reported.

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