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Bounty hunter doubts Caylee's relatives

Sept. 3, 2008 at 3:47 PM   |   Comments

ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 3 (UPI) -- A bounty hunter promised shocking revelations in the widely publicized case of a missing 3-year-old Florida girl.

Caylee Anthony's grandmother, Cindy, appeared on the same national TV show as Leonard Padilla, who had originally aided her daughter Casey in being released from jail last month. But in this appearance on CNN's "Nancy Grace on Headline Prime," Padilla questioned the credibility of both, WKMG-TV reported Wednesday.

Caylee Anthony has been missing since mid June.

"(Cindy Anthony) is living in total denial," Padilla said after the grandmother expressed her belief that Caylee was likely alive and well in Texas, Mexico or Puerto Rico.

Padilla has called the girl's mother, Casey, a liar and on the program hinted that there would soon be physical evidence.

"When the FBI, who has got some of the finest labs in the world, comes back (with findings), it is going to shock the world over something Casey and Cindy have known since Wednesday when they released their preliminary findings," Padilla said, adding that a Dumpster about 1 mile from the Casey Anthony's boyfriend home "is going to play a big part in this."

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