Inside the Protests Around Missing Caylee Anthony's Home

This is a rush transcript from "On the Record ," September 8, 2008. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.




UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Who are you talking to, you little punk?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Go ahead, get out of here. Get out of here. We live here, you people don't.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Tell the truth. Tell the truth.


GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Well, in case you didn't know, that was outside of Caylee Anthony's home. And we're going to go to Holly Bristol of WOFL. Holly, what is going on outside that home these days?

HOLLY BRISTOL, WOFL RADIO: Believe it or not, tonight it's actually been a pretty quiet scene. I'm told that there are actually just two protesters out here earlier tonight. That was Friday night when the things really exploded and that was pretty much-

Things came to a boil between the neighbors out here and protesters. Neighbors say they don't even feel safe letting their kids come out and ride their bicycles because there have been so many protesters out here in the streets.

And, you know, things have gotten explosive at times. People do have very strong opinions about this story, and a lot of people out here protesting are frustrated that they haven't seen the family come outside to talk to them. But the family, obviously, doesn't want anything to do with the chaos out here on the streets--Greta?

VAN SUSTEREN: I understand, though, that people are taunting them though, the protesters. I mean, this is an ongoing investigation and the police have their job to do and the family wants to at least try to have some peace in their homes.

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Are the protesters taunting them and provoking them?

BRISTOL: At times, yes. This is the Anthony's yard behind me, and I don't know if you can see, but there's caution tape all over the place. The Anthonys have tried to rope it of so people don't step on their property and step in their yard. But there seems to be a difference in opinion between the Anthonys and the public as to what is private property and what is public domain, and that pretty much all came to a head on Sunday right before a vigil for Caylee.

George Anthony was out here, and some protesters were up here in the sidewalk, basically. And he asked them to move and asked them to move back, and they didn't. And, essentially, there was a big shoving match between George and one of the protesters. And right now we're waiting to see if the state attorney's office is actually going to be filing criminal charges against George Anthony, because this is a police report that two of the protesters actually filed against George Anthony.

VAN SUSTEREN: What about Casey, the mother, has she started to talk to the police yet, because the police certainly want to hear from her?

BRISTOL: You know, at this point she hasn't had a one-on-one sit down with police. According to Jose Baez and according to what Casey's mom has been telling me, they have been forwarding tips to the FBI and to the Orange County sheriff's office here locally in Florida.

And from what the Anthonys have told me, some of the out-of-state tips are not followed up on. We have tried contacting the FBI, but at this point they don't really have much to say about the investigation. They're being pretty tight-lipped about everything at this point.

But as for Casey actually sitting down with investigators, that hasn't happened, Greta.

VAN SUSTEREN: Which, of course, is the one thing that everyone seems to be pushing for, is Casey Anthony, who is now out of jail for the second time, disturbing news that we keep hearing every day about possible clues, but her toddler still missing.

Holly, thank you very much and, obviously, it's gotten into a heated point there on at least one night, but, still, no child, missing toddler.

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