Graphic Testimony In Anthony Trial
Photos of toddler's skull entered into evidence.
There was high drama Thursday in the Orlando courtroom where jurors got their first look at graphic crime scene photos in the Casey Anthony trial.
Jurors were stunned.
Anthony appeared to cry, and turned away from a courtroom monitor as graphic photos of her 2-year-old daughter's skull were entered as evidence by the prosecution.
Before seeing the pictures jurors listened to a 911 call from the day Caylee's remains were found by a city utilities worker just blocks from the Anthony family home.
Testimony began Thursday with Anthony's brother back on the stand.
Lee Anthony outlined a story Casey had told him about a nanny that she called "Zanny", who she claimed had kidnapped the little girl.
"Zanny was saying that Casey is not a good mother for Caylee....was taking Caylee from her to teach her a lesson and also told her not to go to the police," he testified.
Both the prosecution and defense have acknowledged that there was no such nanny.
As the dramatic case continues prosecutors are expected to finish with their case by the end of next week, then the defense takes over.
The trail could continue for another month or longer.