Casey Anthony in New Jailhouse Video: 'I'm So Beyond Frustrated!'

This is a rush transcript from "On the Record ," January 15, 2009. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Brand new tonight out of Florida, an explosive jailhouse tape of jailed mother Casey Anthony.

On August 14, 2008, Casey is visited by her parents George and Cindy Anthony, and Casey is angry.


CASEY ANTHONY: I am upset now. The media is going to have a freaking field day with this. I wasn't even supposed to take this.


CASEY ANTHONY: Let me speak for a second dad. I have let everybody talk. They are not releasing it? I'll keep saying whatever I have to about the police so they don't let it go.

Can someone let me-

CINDY ANTHONY, CASEY’S MOTHER: Casey, hold on, sweetheart. Settle down.

CASEY ANTHONY: Nobody is letting me speak. You want me to talk then give me three seconds to say something. I am not in control over any of this, because I do not know what the hell is going on. I do not know what is going on.

My entire life has been taken from me. Everything has been taken from me. You don't understand. Everybody wants me to have answers. I do not have any answers because I do not know what is going on.

I have no one to talk to. It's the only person I can talk to right now, because I cannot even say anything to you guys besides telling you that I love you.

I want Caylee. Things like that, and that's even being put on the air, which it should be. It is everything else, everything that I am not saying.

That is why I have not been calling, why I have not been taking calls, because I am trying to make sure that I am not going to give anybody else anything else to throw against me. But even with me giving them nothing, they are still doing it. So how am I --

CINDY ANTHONY: You will be fine once Caylee is found.

CASEY ANTHONY: Mom, I understand that. Do you understand my position on this? You guys expect me to have 1,000 answers, and I have been nothing.

I have been here a month, out of contact with everybody except you guys on a rare occasion that I get to see you, and my attorney. Do you understand? What am I supposed to learn from that? What am I supposed to learn, the first week and a half?

Yes, I tried to help you guys backtrack. Again, that is all that I could do is backtrack. I can't backtrack on anything.

A month I have been removed from the situation. You guys are not understanding my side on this, and I am sorry.

CINDY ANTHONY: I understand.

CASEY ANTHONY: No, you don't, because you are still asking me if there is anything I can tell you that can help, that I am the one that can do this. I can't.

The opportunity was there that I probably could have helped. I am trying. I was trying. There is nothing more that I can say or do until I'm home, and even then, I do not know what I can do from that point. But I can least do something other than sit on my butt on day and read or look up stuff for my case, because that has to be my focus right now. That has to be my focus-


CASEY ANTHONY: Mom, if that is my focus, which it is, I can't do anything from here. I do not have access to the Internet. I can't make phone calls. I can't go anywhere.

CINDY ANTHONY: What can I do?

CASEY ANTHONY: I have already told you, mom. I told you everything.

CINDY ANTHONY: I have thought about everything that you told me over the last month.

CASEY ANTHONY: You thought about stuff, and you've done what you can. I am sorry. That is all I can do with the only knowledge that I have.

CINDY ANTHONY: I was in Lake County two days ago.


CINDY ANTHONY: Is there anything there?

CASEY ANTHONY: Mom- I am sorry. I love you guys. I miss you.

CINDY ANTHONY: All right. Here is dad. Hold on.

CASEY ANTHONY: I am going to just walk away right now, because I am frustrated and I'm angry, and I don't want to be angry. This is the first time I have truly been angry this entire time.

But I'm so beyond frustrated with all of this that I can't even swallow right now. It hurts.


VAN SUSTEREN: Up next, breaking news as it happens right here from the scene of today's plane accident. We are live at the Hudson River.

Plus, more news in the Caylee Anthony murder case. A shake up at the sheriff's office-a deputy working the case is reassigned. Why? You'll find out in three minutes.


VAN SUSTEREN: A deputy working the Caylee Anthony murder case has now been reassigned, and it has to do with the meter reader who found Caylee's remains. Roy Kronk found Caylee's duct taped skull on December 11, but Kronk called in to investigators on August 11, 12, and 13. Here is the call from August 12.



ROY KRONK: I called you yesterday. I do not know if this is what you look at today or not. But on the way back up I stopped in the middle there where there is a swamp. If you are coming out, there would be a fence on the right-hand side, and open swamp area on the left hand side.

I looked down, and behind one of the trees was a--it looked rather suspicious. I did not touch anything.

And then a little bit further up, you can tell where someone when across with a mower, but the weeds are still real high in that area. There is a fallen tree that looks like someone tried to cut on it at one point, but there was a white board hanging across the tree, and there was something round and white underneath it.

And I don't know what it is, but it just did not look like something that should be there.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I am going to take a look for the bag. I also have a phone number that I need you to dial. It's a phone number set up for anything to do with the Caylee investigation.



KRONK: I really rather would not, being a county employee and all that. That is why I am talking to you all.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You can still do it. Regardless if you are a county employee, you can still be anonymous.

KRONK: Not if they find the freaking body.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes, sir, you can still remain anonymous if they do find a corpse.


VAN SUSTEREN: The meter reader says he was mistreated by investigators in Florida.


KRONK: All that night, around 9:30 or 10:00, and they said OK. And then nothing happened, nobody called me back.

I called them again the next night about 9:30 or 10:00, and they told me to call the crime line. I did not want to call the crime line. I wanted to stay as anonymous as possible.

And so I called crime line, and they said they'd have an officer meet me out there.

So the next day when I got off work, I drove over there. I called, and the officer showed up. He pulled his expandable metal baton out and went down to the water's edge. I pointed to the area where it was at, and he just swept his head back and forth and said, "I do not see anything," and pretty much that was it.

The cope was like, I would say he was kind of rude to me. And I just didn't really--I am trying to help out. I am trying to be a nice guy. And, instead, I am catching all of this, so I just did not care anymore.


VAN SUSTEREN: Now, a deputy who responded to one of the tips has been reassigned while the Orange County Sheriff's Office investigates his response to the call.

Joining us live is WOFL reporter Holly Bristow. Holly, what took so long for the reassignment?

HOLLY BRISTOW, REPORTER, WOFL: That's a good questions. That's something that the Orange County Sheriff's Office isn't directly answering.

I will tell you, I said you had this man on "Good Morning America," on national TV yesterday. Thing have been pretty negative, things about the officer that did respond that day, and now all of a sudden this guy's duties have been changed. He has been taken off his patrol and basically given a desk job.

And they say, you know what, you really cannot read into this. That is just where we are with this investigation. That's all the Orange County Sheriff's Office would say to me. But, I'll tell you, Greta, this is a big hit. This man is no longer our patrolling the streets. He is at a desk job. He is working at a material controlling supply section. He is not allowed to represent himself as a police officer or a deputy in any way, whether he is on duty or off-duty.

He really cannot work his off duty job anymore, if he has one. They took away his gun, his patrol car, his badge, his police radio. At this point he has to go into work out of uniform and sit at a desk. This is not what this man wanted to do with his career.

VAN SUSTEREN: We only have about 30 seconds left. That tape that has been released showing Casey quite upset with her parents--why release it now?

BRISTOW: The jail says that they simply overlooked it. And we have been staying on top of them, asking for every single thing they had. So this was obviously was a pretty big oversight, and one we were anxious to get our hands on.

One thing that I don't think has been noted yet from watching this tape is that this tape was taken just a couple of days after Caylee's birthday. One thing I found interesting, Casey said it was the first day that she ever showed emotion in jail, in her cell, was on the day of Caylee's birthday.

She said she stayed under her cover and read her bobble most of the day, something that I don't think we've brought light to yet. Greta?

VAN SUSTEREN: Holly, thank you.

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