Day 1 in search for Caylee Anthony ends in disappointment for TES
It was a disappointment for TES and the volunteers that numbered around 1500. They found clothing and animal bones, but little else. The number of people that showed up, though impressive, fell short by half of being the largest search group in US history. Their numbers would have had to exceed 3000 volunteers to claim that title.
The search will begin again in the morning, and TES is asking for more volunteers, donations, food, and water. If Caylee’s body isn’t found by Monday, Tim Miller and TES will then decide whether or not to continue the search.
George Anthony went to the Kid Finder’s command and volunteer center this afternoon and said he held no ill will for TES and their belief that Caylee is dead. He continues to hope that she is found alive. George said that Cindy was not taking the search very well.
The Anthonys’ weren’t there, but Mark Nejame, their attorney was at the search site early this morning to show his support.
Someone commenting on a previous blog I wrote, reminded me of something that I know we’ve all had in the back of our minds this weekend but hated to even think about, let alone say out loud–If Casey put Caylee’s body in a dumpster or threw her in a swampy area, she will probably not be found this weekend–or ever.
Everyone please continue to pray for TES and the volunteers. Please continue to keep the Anthonys’ in your prayers as well. And may God’s will be done.
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