The reason this seems suspicious to me and I'm asking this question is that I see no sign that it was followed up further by law enforcement even though the addresses to the other recipients were valid at one time and one of the recipients is a detective at that agency that was later fired. The report simply states to such place exists and she was lying. Also, there are two people known by the accused with the same name, this email also sent to one of them. I only see one of the men by this name interviewed which seems quite strange. The woman claims to have been working for Universal so I'm wondering if she was scammed or working in an illegal fashion. The email doesn't show the full header so I can't get a clue as to where this may have come from. There are 2 emails supposedly sent from her boss(es) to her (Caylee's mother) and several co-workers, dated a few months before the little girl's disappearance.
Thanks for any insight.