Miss Anthony sat stone-faced during much of the prosecutors’ arguments but occasionally shook her head in disagreement and spoke under her breath.
Ms. Burdick concluded the state’s case by showing the jury two side-by-side images. One showed Miss Anthony smiling and partying in a nightclub during the month Caylee was missing. The other was of the “beautiful life” tattoo she got a day before her family and law enforcement first learned of the child’s disappearance.
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