Excerpt: One day after Caylee Marie Anthony's memorial service, the lawyer representing the toddler's grandparents confirmed the girl's remains have been cremated and that they are not located at her family's home.
Attorney Brad Conway, who represents George and Cindy Anthony, wouldn't say where Caylee's remains are being kept.
Conway also addressed a question many were left wondering after Tuesday's memorial: Who was her uncle Lee Anthony referring to when he repeatedly said "CMA?"
Was he referring to Caylee? Was he talking to his sister -- and Caylee's mother -- Casey Anthony? They both share the same initials.
When Lee Anthony eulogized his niece at the pulpit at First Baptist Church, he brought with him a laptop and read from it.
He told the mourners to withhold judgment and to fill their hearts with patience and grace. He spoke about "CMA," saying how much he missed her and will never forget the promise he made to her.
Who is "CMA?"...