ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- A hair and fiber investigator for the FBI
took the stand as the murder trial of 25-year-old Casey Anthony
enters its fourth week.
Stephen Shaw told jurors Monday that he analyzed hair found in
Casey Anthony's truck and samples taken from 2-year-old Caylee
Anthony's skull, which was found in a wooded area near the Anthony
Shaw testified that he saw further evidence of decomposition on
the hairs taken from the child's skull than on the hair found in
Casey Anthony's trunk.
Prosecutors believe Anthony suffocated her Caylee with duct
The defense contends the toddler drowned in her grandparents'
Anthony has pleaded not guilty and faces the death penalty if convicted.
Jurors have heard from witnesses ranging from Anthony's family
members and friends to forensics experts.
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