ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The grandparents of Caylee Anthony, the toddler whose death led to the year’s most high-profile murder trial, gathered with more than 100 members of the public Tuesday to commemorate what would have been the child’s sixth birthday.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that the crowd met in George and Cindy Anthony’s Orlando-area neighborhood, near a wooded area where the little girl’s remains were found in December 2008.
Bring Kids Home, a nonprofit group that helps missing and abused children, wants to build a memorial at the site. The project, set to be designed by artist Jefre, will need county approval.
Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony, was charged with murder in the child’s death but found not guilty by a jury last month and released from jail.
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