New Casey Anthony Evidence Released

This is a rush transcript from "On the Record ," April 6, 2009. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Just in, hours of never before seen video has been released in the Casey Anthony murder case.

On one of the tapes, recorded the day Casey was indicted for her daughter Caylee's murder, the jailed mother talked to the FBI about whether she believed little Caylee was alive.


CASEY ANTHONY: I, as a mom, I know in my gut. There are certain feelings as a parent, you know certain things about your child. You can feel that connection.

And I still have that feeling, that presence. I know that she is alive, whether you have a bucket load of evidence downstairs that contradicts that and says otherwise, or all you have is speculation.


VAN SUSTEREN: Also newly released, audiotape of a jail correctional officer describing the bizarre scene when Casey learned the toddler's body had been found blocks from her parents' home in Florida.

The body, of course, turned out to be the murdered toddler, Caylee.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: She didn't make direct eye contact with the TV but maybe two or three times, she kept her head buried in her lap. She never appeared to be crying, but she continued to breathe very rapidly, very fast. Her hands started getting red. She started getting red blotch palms.

She said "Is my attorney coming?" and I said "We assume he's on his way. I don't know for sure. I will get one of the Cos to find out."

She goes, "Would you sit in the room with me, because I don't want to be alone?"

Throughout that time she was still breathing rapidly, talking really fast, and then she started talking about football. Yes, off the subject. She started talking about the national championship.

At that point, her attorney came.


VAN SUSTEREN: Joining us live is WOFL reporter Holly Bristow. Holly, why are these tapes being released? In particular, let's start with the one with the correctional officer, the audiotape alone. Why do we have that?

HOLLY BRISTOW, REPORTER, WOFL: These are all being released little by little, basically as the State Attorney's office gets them and they give them to the defense. Then we have the right to get them through the freedom of information laws.

Here in the state of Florida we have very broad laws, and we have access to more than most people do get in other cases as the media.

I can tell you that the state attorney's office did not mean to release that video, excuse me, that audio that you just heard with the corrections officers.

In fact, there was supposed to be a hearing about those tape and about an actual videotaped reactions of Casey as she reacted to the news that a child's body was found around the corner from her parents home, but we're not sure when that's going to be up - probably some time with this week or late next week.

As for the rest of it, it's discovery. And we had two very interesting hours of video with Casey Anthony talking to investigators just moments after she learned that a grand jury had convened and decided to charge her with first-degree murder.

Looking at this video, she is very nonchalant. She is in there by herself at times. She is fluffing her hair. She is biting her fingernails. She is looking up to see if there are any cameras above. She's smiling. She's adjusting her shirt.

And then when investigators are in there, she is still as cool as a cucumber. And they were talking to them about different things. She is asking them about the grand jury process. She's asking them why the media knew that her father was going to be getting a subpoena to testify in that grand jury proceeding before her father even got that.

She went on to ask several other questions, and she went on, as you just heard moments ago, to say that she believed that her daughter was alive.

And at that point, she had no idea the evidence that the state attorney's office and investigators were compiling against her, and some of it we're seeing for the first time tonight in the form of some pictures -- Greta?

VAN SUSTEREN: Holly, thank you.

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