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Did Casey Anthony accidentally kill Caylee?

September 25, 2008

Did Casey Anthony kill her daughter in cold blood? Nothing in the info released yesterday makes me think she did. What about the chloroform in the trunk? A friend of hers told LE that Casey was smoking lots of pot lately, and got it from her boyfriend, Tony Lazaro. Google “marijuana and chloroform” and you find it’s used to make something called “honey oil”–the concentrated liquid essence of marijuana. It’s much more potent than just smoking weed. She and or Tony (Lee said her laptop was at Tony’s apartment) could have been looking for places to buy chloroform on the internet for that purpose.

I don’t think she killed her daughter in cold blood, but there’s little doubt she’s responsible. No one has come forward asking for a ransom or for the reward. If there was a babysitter at all, she surely would have come forward to prove her innocence. I think Caylee died accidentally through her mother’s negligence, and her death knocked Casey over the cliff she was barely teetering on in the first place. Everything we know about Casey tells us that she is selfish, self-serving, impulsive, and lives in and for the moment, never giving a second thought to any consequences for her actions. Things work out the way she wants them to–always at the expense of someone else. I think she thought she’d manipulate her way out of this situation as well.

One of her friends stated that Casey brought Caylee to parties, and she was amazed that Caylee slept through all the commotion. Sounds like Casey might have drugged Caylee when she didn’t have a babysitter. It’s not much of a stretch to imagine she put her drugged baby in the trunk of her car when the party was at a club where kids weren’t allowed. Caylee could have died from an overdose or from overheating in the trunk. Whatever happened, I think when she realized Caylee was dead, she completely lost it. Her connection with reality snapped.

Jesse Grund, Casey’s ex-fiance stated to LE, “I believe at any point in time something possibly could have accidentally happened to Caylee. And if something accidentally happened to Caylee I literally believe that Casey would have an emotional breakdown; a mental breakdown to the point where I almost believe that she would take Caylee and put her somewhere and then uh, tell herself a new story, a new reality of what happened to her… I think if something happened to Caylee, her one toe that she’s had in reality for the last couple years, her one foot would be gone and she would be completely in her own separate world. And I think uh, that’s because Casey directly has some issues that mentally she’s never gotten taken care of. So I, I do believe something accidentally happen to Caylee, which I believe is a “what if” scenario that could have happened.”

I think Casey went home knowing no one would be there and borrowed the shovel to bury Caylee in the backyard, possibly under her playhouse-a place Caylee loved. (She must have quickly given up on that idea when she realized how much work was involved in digging a grave. Plus a freshly dug area would have left a big red flag in the yard that someone searching might notice) So, she wrapped her up and left her in the trunk til she could figure out what to do with her. Out of sight out of mind.

But, there was that pesky smell that was starting to permeate the car. She staved off that problem by telling friends there were dead squirrels under the hood weeks before the car was towed and Cindy made the 911 call. In his statement to LE, brother, Lee, said the smell was so strong that he had to leave his parent’s garage every few minutes to get fresh air. He stated it was an odor so overpowering that his mother and father were terrified that when they opened the trunk they would find the body of Casey or Caylee. ( I think that rules out the maggoty pizza) Am I wrong to assume that for the smell in the car to be overwhelming days after it was towed, the body would have been in the trunk recently and for a significant period of time?

Everything was ok until she “ran out of gas” and ended up by the dumpster. She saw an opportunity to rid herself of her problem and took it. She knew someone might question the odor and want to check it out, so she put the baby in the trash. Problem solved. She went on with her life like nothing happened. She stopped talking about Caylee, and if her mother had left her alone, everything would have been fine.

In all the testimony from Casey’s friends, the only visable sign that something wrong was when Tony Lazaro stated Casey woke up at night in a cold sweat saying she was having nightmares. Other than that, it was pretty much business as usual. No one had a clue that Caylee was missing. And in spite of what Casey said when she was arrested about conducting her own search, it was apparent that she was not looking for her daughter. Not at all.

So, that’s my theory–today anyway. It’s not very original, and pretty simple. I know some people think she may have had help but I have doubts about that. At least from the interviews so far. The truth is, Casey has told so many lies and run everyone in so many circles that there’s no possibility of knowing the truth unless she breaks. And, if the experts are right, she may never break. The TRUTH is she may no longer know the truth.

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39 Comments leave one →
  1. David Miller permalink
    September 25, 2008 8:43 am

    Your assessment is the most logical one that I have heard or read thus far. In my opinion, you have hit it on the nose!

  2. pak31 permalink
    September 25, 2008 9:06 am

    That was absolutely incredible!! I too agree with David Miller. I felt that same way about the backyard but I thought she fully buried her there only to dig her up and relocate the body somewhere else. When I started to read the “600” pages of documents, especially the part with Lee when they first located Casey, she seemed very bitter and spiteful and I felt that she intentionally killed Caylee. She did say to him that this should have been done along time ago(although she may have been referring to calling the cops on her). Plus, she was sick of her mom being more loved by Caylee so to speak than her. But, now after reading your “take” and what people who know her say, I guess it is possible that it was an accident, and with her personality she blocked the entire death out of her mind completely. Unless they find Caylee, Casey is the only one who can solve this crime. I wish they could give her truth serum or hypnotize her, something to get the truth out of her!!

  3. halfpint42592 permalink
    September 25, 2008 9:51 am

    I too believe that Caey is the only person who is going to be able to finally put Caylee to rest. Unfortunatley, in her mind , Caylee does not exist.
    The documents were pretty disturbing and I wonder why there was never any sort of mental help. This does not seem to a new Casey, and I can’t imagine if all of these signs were so visible , for so long, that she was entrusted with that baby at all.
    How sad that Caylee many never be at peace.

  4. Elaine permalink
    September 25, 2008 10:44 am

    Its still murder. – Aggravated battery that results in death ( and drugging someone whether child or adult is considered battery) is still murder. She will be charged probably with involuntary manslaughter (sometimes called criminal negligent homicide) which carries a

  5. Elaine permalink
    September 25, 2008 10:44 am

    15 years to life prison sentence.

  6. rali permalink
    September 25, 2008 1:09 pm

    In response to halfpint42592 about why if all the signs were visible why was she entrusted with the baby – The signs are visible to us because we are not involved in it. For over a year I dated a sociopath who is so much like Casey it isn’t funny, and lived with him for 2 months before booting him out. During that year he was a totally different person than he was when he moved in – and even after I began to see the signs I was in denial about the things I saw. AND…I have a degree in Psychology! Sociopaths are very good at projecting different personalities to suit a given situation. They are extremely manipulative and can be quite likeable and charming when it suits them. Some of my friends saw right through him and others didn’t. To this day his family still SEEMS to be clueless, although on some level I am sure they know.

  7. itsamysterytome permalink*
    September 25, 2008 1:25 pm

    I agree with you rali. When you live with a sociopath, (especially if it’s your child), and their behavior is out there all the time, you become numb to the craziness. All the drama and misery you’re living in the middle of seems normal to you. And oddly, even though you know you’re living in a nightmare, you tend to defend the person, (and therefore yourself for allowing the insanity to go on), when someone outside the situation points out that their behavior is abnormal. I truly think that is what’s happened with the Anthonys’, although I would think the disappearance of their granddaughter would be a big enough jolt that they would finally get it.

  8. rali permalink
    September 25, 2008 2:25 pm

    I think they do get it – that’s why they’re so angry and blaming everyone else for everthing. They’re scared, too. Getting it and facing it (especially if you raised them and feel like it’s your fault they’re that way) are two different things. Protecting Casey allows them not to look at it too closely because then they’d have to confront it and they’re not ready for that, and may never be. To this day Diane Downs’ father still says she is innocent.

  9. halfpint42592 permalink
    September 25, 2008 2:38 pm

    I guess you are right. It is always easier to see something from the outside. My father in law lives with a woman who is, I am almost positive suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. Though she has managed to tear this whole family apart, he doesn’t seem to realize that the common factor of every single disagreement is her.
    Glad that you got away from it,

  10. Kerran permalink
    September 25, 2008 2:48 pm

    I could totally believe your assessment of Casey with the exception of her “losing it”. How do you explain her call to 911 the other night to report what was going on between her parents and the protestors?

  11. rali permalink
    September 25, 2008 3:14 pm

    Selective memory blocks are part of a sociopath’s self-protection. If they don’t remember, they don’t tell, and therefore don’t get in trouble. But not remembering something doesn’t keep a controlling chamelion from summoning the police to help HER so that protesters don’t mess up the only place she has to stay right now besides jail.

  12. itsamysterytome permalink*
    September 25, 2008 3:49 pm

    What about what pak31 said, rali? If she were under hypnosis would she be able to tell the truth or is the truth just gone?

  13. Jon_Hart permalink
    September 25, 2008 4:24 pm

    I think her defense team will want as many good and extremely loving mothers on the jury as possible because at least a few of them will be completely unable to believe that another mother could possibly murder her own beautiful little angel daughter in cold blood, as I believe the evidence will show Casey did. It’s sad to think of Casey getting off on some lesser charge because some may not grasp just how depraved an admitted “spiteful bitch” could behave in this situation.

    I think your theory is correct other than your belief that it was an accident. Casey storms out of the house more angry at her mom than ever after the post-Father’s Day argument wherein her mom has finally decided to put an end to Casey’s stealing and attempt to take custody of Caylee away from Casey. Casey’s deceitful life she had going can’t continue as it was. To use the same metaphor Jesse’s dad did on Geraldo, the plates she had spinning all over the place are now all tumbling down on her!

    Being a mentally disturbed spiteful bitch, filled with rage at her mom, Casey is on the brink of doing anything at this point. We know Caylee was more attached to Cindy than Casey, and Caylee even calls the grandmother “mommy.” This has been a source of deep resentment within Casey towards her mom ever since Caylee was first born and Cindy was the first to hold Caylee, according to Jesse. With Casey, a sociopath, in this extremely angry and disturbed mental state, imagine her reaction to Caylee when Caylee cries and says she wants her “mommy” (referring to Cindy, not Casey). What’s a sociopathic self-centered spiteful bitch in this state of mind to do? Commit to devoting herself to a long and difficult bonding process with Caylee, while out on her own for the first time in life? Or get rid of the problem, as if it never existed, spiting/hurting her mom in the worst way possible, and move on with carefree partying and a new “beautiful life” tattoo?

    I believe this death was no accident. I believe male jurors will be more likely to see it that way, but motherly jurors are unlikely, without a confession and/or several smoking guns, to convict on 1st degree murder and the electric chair, as I believe it will be shown Casey deserves for her almost unthinkable crime of killing her own sweet daughter.

  14. itsamysterytome permalink*
    September 25, 2008 5:57 pm

    You may be right, Jon. I’m one of those “mothers” that is having a hard time imagining that she murdered her daughter.

    One of the reasons I think it was an accident is because planning a murder would have been a tremendous hassle for her. She would have had to deal with the body, and more importantly she would have been forced to come up with a plausable explanation for what happened to Caylee. (Not an easy feat with Cindy breathing down her neck) She would have to carefully orchestrate it. Her brother, Lee stated in his police interview that Casey was very unorganized. I doubt she’s a planner. She lives in the moment.

    On the other hand, I could easily see Casey’s anger erupting into an impulsive act of violence. I agree that she resented the heck out of Cindy and the way Caylee related to her. She brought up their relationship more than once in her own interview with LE. At one point, when she was talking about the fact that she had, after a month, finally heard from Caylee, she said that her daughter would not be excited to talk to her. She never got excited to talk to her, but if it had been Cindy she would have been “totally excited”. I could see Caylee crying for “Mommy”(Cindy), Casey flying into a blind rage, and suddenly there’s a dead baby. It wouldn’t be premeditated. But, again that may just be the mother in me not being able to imagine another mother murdering her own child.

  15. Jon_Hart permalink
    September 25, 2008 6:34 pm

    “Did Casey Anthony kill her daughter in cold blood? Nothing in the info released yesterday makes me think she did.”

    Remember that this gossipy, suspicion-raising stuff that’s getting released because of FOI requests from the media is not the real core evidence that the prosecutors will be using to get an indictment from a grand jury. Their best evidence is not being released yet. Evidence that will be used to secure an indictment from a grand jury (and later conviction) is not subject to media FOI requests, so most of the real evidence is not being released yet.

    As to male jurors. Casey has an advantage with them, as well. She’s best at manipulating males. That’s her #1 skill in life, it seems. Most will be inclined to see her as a hot young mom who likes to party (“hey, I’d get with her too if I had the chance,” many would be thinking to themselves), but not a killer to put in the electric chair.

    As to the accident scenario being far-fetched. When did this accident happen? Remember that neither group of friends (no one) saw Caylee post-June 15/16 after Casey left her parents’ house after the big blowup between Cindy and Casey. Casey had to go somewhere with Caylee immediately after leaving her parents’ place. The “accident” happened on the way to wherever she was going? Casey was mostly incommunicado with Jesse/Amy/Ricardo and that group after the 15th, so Caylee’s accidental chloroform death in the trunk didn’t occur while she was out clubbing with them in mid-to-late June. Tony/Nate/Clint/ none of the other roomates or friends who hung out at Tony’s place ever saw Caylee after June 2. And let’s be aware these peripheral characters from both groups of friends are taking and passing lie detector tests or else the detectives would be very suspicious of them.

    So Caylee died in an accident while with Casey after Casey left her parents’ place, but before Caylee was ever seen by anyone else? What kind of accident could that have been? Casey stored Caylee in the trunk with an accidental overdose of the chloroform she had been keeping in the car from her previous internet searches done with Tony? I just think it makes the most logical sense that Casey took care of the Caylee problem by herself, intentionally, before moving in with Tony, very shortly after leaving her parents.

    If it were an accident, Tony and his friends would have seen Caylee starting on/around June 16+, prior to the accident happening. I think it’s far-fetched to believe the accident happened on the way to moving in with Tony. And I think it’s even more far-fetched that Tony and all his roommates/friends who would have seen Caylee in mid-to-late June (prior to the accident happening with the Tony/Casey drug recipe ingredients in the car trunk) are at all involved in a cover up. It just makes logical sense that it was no accident, and that Casey took care of the problem before she moved in with Tony, after the blowup with Cindy. What are the odds that an accident happens in that short, little timeframe right after Casey leaves with Caylee and before she moves in with Tony sans Caylee? If she didn’t murder Caylee, isn’t it extremely likely that Casey could’ve at least made it over to Tony’s house with Caylee prior to this supposed accidental death taking place?

    This is close to the worst crime imaginable she could’ve committed, yet Casey’s odds of avoiding a 1st degree murder conviction and death sentence seem quite astoundingly good. And this despite the fact that she failed miserably at committing the “perfect crime.” Her lies were obvious to the detectives from the beginning, and she left horribly incriminating evidence in the trunk. It’s flabbergasting! What if it weren’t for this horrible odor of death in the trunk? People may actually be buying that Caylee is alive and well in Puerto Rico or wherever. As it is, well, it must’ve been an accident. Hogwash!

  16. Jon_Hart permalink
    September 25, 2008 6:53 pm

    Hey, itsamysterytome,

    I came back later and added some more thoughts before seeing your reply to me. I’ve been following this case, and I like your posts because of their thoughtful nature. I think we’re thinking very similarly, for the most part.

    I don’t think it was a flying into a blind rage and killing Caylee immediately after leaving mom’s house on the way to Tony’s. More like a decision made in anger and acted upon shortly thereafter. She definitely is impulsive, sociopathically-so, but also able to concoct lies with some extremely significant forethought — i.e., extensive writing/forwarding of emails to herself from phony co-workers from phony email addresses to convince people she actually had a job for years & the dead-squirrel-on-the-car story she was telling folks before anyone else actually noticed the odor weeks later.

    I do think, despite her mental condition, she’s capable of premediatated murder, 1st degree murder. Premediatation only takes a minute (or less) to be considered premediatation, I believe. If it turns out that chloroform was the murder “weapon,” it’s hard to imagine that being done in a fit of rage without premediatation. (Unless Casey had the chloroform handy in her purse or in the car at the moment.) I’m thinking the murder required some level of planning, even if it wasn’t well-enough planned as to get away with it.

  17. Jon_Hart permalink
    September 25, 2008 6:59 pm

    oops. I kept misspelling premeditation in all its forms.

  18. rali permalink
    September 25, 2008 8:21 pm

    in response to itsamysterytome: I’m not sure she can be hyptonized in the first place. It takes trust for that, and I don’t think she has any. A therapist friend says she’s never been successful in hypnotyzing this type of personality. As for the memories, I don’t know. All appearances are that they are gone, but that doesn’t mean they are. I agree with you about Casey not being a planner. I also don’t think Casey is going to deliberately incovenience herself for any reason. Then again, the fact that she left without taking anything of the baby’s things – not even her favorite doll – is pretty troubling.

  19. September 26, 2008 3:21 pm

    It’s a Mystery:

    Your blog site is EASILY the best I’ve found, because the conclusions you’ve drawn from the information available are usually tentative and quite sound. It seems that your devotees are of a kindred mind and spirit, which makes your site even more interesting to read.

    Before this tragedy, I had no idea that the average individual has so little concept of how our system of justice is structured. People want Casey Anthony indicted for Murder 1, which is not going to happen, even if they find the child’s remains, unless a surprise witness or an accomplice is identified. Yet among the general populace, there is a frighteningly vicious bloodthirst for not only Casey’s life, but those of her parents as well.

    When I’ve visited other blogs and attempted to inject some semblance of reason into the dialogue, there are people who come after me, too. I’ve twice been accused of being Jose Baez, and twice been accused of being Lee Anthony. Puh-lease!!!

    Thanks for the opportunity to vent. Picking up my soapbox now, and heading for the door.

    Rest in peace, tiny Caylee.

  20. lisa permalink
    October 9, 2008 4:22 pm

    I am not sure whether Caylee’s death was accidental or intentional. Many of the IM messages that went between Casey and her boyfriend Tony Lazzaro right before Caylee disappeared centered around how pissed off Casey was that she could not be with him because she didn’t have anyone to watch Caylee. It seemed like Caylee was a bother to her and interfered with Casey’s ability to go out and party like many 22 year olds. It must also not be overlooked that the day Casey took off with Caylee, Casey and Cindy were involved in a knock down drag out fight. Lee Anthony said that Cindy even started to strangle Casey. Was Casey mad at her mother and wanted to get back at her so she killed Caylee, I don’t know. Did Casey simply leave the child in the car and she died of heat exhaustion, or did Casey overdose Caylee on Chloroform or some other drug? I don’t know, but I do know that if she intentionally drugged Caylee and Caylee died, that is a felony murder and Casey will be punished for that. Did Caylee die while in Casey’s care, yes I believe she did. Will Casey be punished for it, yes I believe she will. The only questions remaining are what exactly happened to Caylee, where are Caylee’s remains, and how long will Casey serve in prison?

  21. itsamysterytome permalink*
    October 9, 2008 4:37 pm

    good points lisa

  22. ConvictCasey permalink
    October 10, 2008 3:17 pm

    I think Casey is an extremely unhappy woman still living the life of a party girl with the mindset of “no responsibility or care for others” to go along with it. She never really “gripped” the rewarding role and life long achievement of being a mother. Instead, she saw it as a complete burden and hold on her current lifestyle. Casey having had a child whom loved HER mother more than Casey herself didn’t help, seeing as Casey is extremely rebellious towards her parents due to their constant disapproval and disappointment of her careless lifestyle. I feel that poor Caylee was a victim of “flipswitch” anger on Casey’s part or child neglect as mentioned above. She is an unfit mother, which is in no way an excuse for what she has done, but is the truth. To me, it’s scary to think how many other women out there are in similar situations and not either getting help or being reported to Child Services in order to prevent such tragic situations. The truth will come out soon enough. Though Casey is clearly a liar. She is also one desperately looking for approval and attention by her PEERS and them ONLY…much like a typical “teenager’s mindset”. And with that approval and attention will come trust…at which point I feel she will finally have that NEED to talk to someone…whether it be inside or out of prison walls, she’ll talk.

  23. itsamysterytome permalink*
    October 10, 2008 4:36 pm

    ConvictCasey-We can only hope that she will eventually talk to someone, and pray that that someone tells the authorities, because I think finding Caylee without Casey’s help is like looking for the proverbial needle in the haystack.

  24. ConvictCasey permalink
    October 10, 2008 8:37 pm

    Pretty much! I just can’t wait until it’s over and everyone deserving are at peace. I’ve never been so fixated on a possible murder case before let alone any other type. I guess just being a young mother myself makes this one in particular hard to let go! So awful and unbelievable…

  25. jane permalink
    October 20, 2008 3:31 pm

    Casey intentionally killed Caylee. Accidents people call 911 they don’t lie and do the things Casey has done. She says it all I cam gulity I partied when my blood and flesh was missing, I have lied about her where abouts and so much more, I don’t know Casey personally but she is number 1 on my shit list.

  26. Clay permalink
    October 21, 2008 2:04 pm

    My educated guess is that the boyfriend of the mother murdered that kid.

  27. itsamysterytome permalink*
    October 21, 2008 2:32 pm

    I wonder. And I wonder why she and her family would take the fall for him if he did? I don’t think they would. Casey would have already thrown him under the bus. She’s a sociopath and incapable of any real emotions other than for herself. She would definitely not take the bullet for him.

  28. Dharma permalink
    February 12, 2009 2:33 pm

    Could the brown liquid found in an “empty” Crystal Light bottle in Casey’s car be honey oil/hash oil?

    See page 35, #13:

  29. sherry permalink
    August 7, 2009 11:04 am

    I think Casey had many problems as a child and as a parent knowing your child has had pass problems would you not find professional help help for them in stead of shoveing it under the rug and covering up to sound like your a perfect family I think the parents are at more fault than casey and as a grandmother I would not let my daugter take my grandchild with out showing me she had a place for that child to live and a job no matter what call it kidnap but any police or judge would have understood the situation. I do not think casey anthony should get the death she needs help and some one to talk too. May be time in prisio yes but not death.

  30. Lila permalink
    April 13, 2011 9:16 am

    wait are u REALLY suggesting that Caylee’s Anthony’s mom smoking marijuana is what killed her daughter you are really ignorent and stupid . I cant read anymore what is wrong with “honey oil” was what killed her chloroform mixed with marijuana that is sooooo dumb who would make something like that as ruin perfectly good weed . Ok let me ask u this why wasnet any of this mentioned in the new ? I will tell u because it has nothing to do with the situation or it could be that u are making this whole thing up because u are anti weed. OK so u HATE pot but are you REALLY going to blame the death of Caylee Anthony on it ? You sir are literally retarded and this make up shit shouldn’t be allowed online!

  31. itsamysterytome permalink*
    April 14, 2011 2:56 pm

    Uhhhhh, Lila–Ya might wanna put down the crack pipe for a second and re-read the article. Nobody said Casey Anthony killed her kid because she was smoking marijuana laced with chloroform. Was just giving another explanation for why chloroform could have been detected in the trunk. If she and her boyfriend were cooking themselves up some “treats”, they could have transported it in the trunk of her car. Geez!!!!

  32. itsamysterytome permalink*
    April 14, 2011 2:58 pm

    PS: I’m not a “sir” and I’m not mentally impaired. Your post, however, would certainly seem to implicate that you are.

  33. Ms Tisnotme permalink
    May 22, 2011 9:43 pm

    “Everything we know about Casey tells us that she is selfish, self-serving, impulsive, and lives in and for the moment, never giving a second thought to any consequences for her actions. Things work out the way she wants them to–always at the expense of someone else.”

    You’ve just described a sociopath.

  34. May 26, 2011 2:30 pm

    I’m convinced she out and out killed Caylee. She’s just about herself and what she’s doing to that wonderful dad of hers is just dusgusting. I feel she came from a great and proper home. I feel the Anthony’s are good people and good parents, grandparents. To think she had everything to look up to – dad, a policeman and mom a nurse. It shows what she’s about lying about her dad by saying he molesting her and saying her brother molested her too. Don’t believe it for a minute, she’s a disgrace to womanhood. Every kid should be so lucky as to have the life Casey was given growing up! Poor George Anthony, I feel so bad for him. Raise your head George, I can feel the love and loss you feel for Caylee. George should never have to lay eyes on Casey again.

  35. Kathy permalink
    June 2, 2011 6:48 pm

    The investigators have her diary dated june 21 2008 where she says she is now happier than ever and other things that are very suspicious … She planned this whether or not its tru abt the diary or not.

  36. Kathy permalink
    June 2, 2011 7:03 pm

    I have no regrets, just a bit worried. I just want for everything to work out okay. I completely trust my own judgment & know that I made the right decision. I just hope that the end justifies the means. I just want to know what the future will hold for me. I guess I will soon see — This is the happiest that I have been in a very long time. I hope that my happiness will continue to grow — I’ve made new friends that I really like. I’ve surrounded myself with good people — I am finally happy. Let’s just hope that it doesn’t change.[33]

  37. July 7, 2011 1:58 pm

    Besides being crazy, I still don’t see what motive Casey had for killing her daughter. Just crazy, I guess.

  38. leeann permalink
    July 8, 2011 11:44 pm

    Did they ever test the mean faced father of Casey for d.n.a….???..If he was a molester, no wonder she was telling lies ..maybe to protect him…or to protect both parents who may have accidently killed Caylee…the hate between mother Daughter could be due to the molesting…her mother doesnt believe or protect her…Her father was so argumentive and mean faced…how sad whatever happened for the child Caylee…

  39. August 1, 2011 9:17 pm

    Poor little girl… 😦 That’s why that sociopath, envious, mentally disturbed, extremely selfish,
    mean, emotionless, heartless, demonic, devilish, monstruous bag of slime WILL burn in hell
    forever (in the afterlife) unless she seeks the Almighty. That was just uncalled for; if she didn’t want Caylee anymore all she had to do was just put her up for adoption, cause’ somebody else would’ve loved to look after her. Or Casey could’ve even gave the grandmother custody and she could’ve been Caylee’s legal guardian. But to kill her?! That
    was just demonic and evil. But God saw what she did and best believe shes gonna’ get her
    bad karma! Whether it’s through the death penalty or something else! Heartless witch!

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