Bart postpones “We think Caylee’s alive” press conference and George sings”Lean on Me” to the prayerful at Sunday vigil
George Anthony sang “Lean on Me” at Sunday night’s candlelight vigil. The press was invited to the hour long service, but no video cameras were allowed inside the Eastside Baptist Church where it was held.
“I lean on Cindy,” George said of his wife.
“I’m in a storm, and I’m looking to The StormChaser,” Cindy said to the small crowd, referring to her faith.
They said a “questionable” search for their missing granddaughter, conducted last week by California bounty hunter Leonard Padilla, has interfered with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office investigation. When asked about Leonard Padilla’s search conducted at Little Econ River, Cindy said, “It’s obstructing justice too. If he’s out there, planting evidence, it’s not going to help. It is tying them up, when they should be focusing on other things.”
George spoke about the bag with the alleged bones and toys found last Thursday that OCSD dismissed as unrelated to the case, “Last Thursday wasn’t that rough,” said George. “The roughest part was dealing with all of you,” he said pointing to reporters. “Because of all the speculation again, when I got text messages about them supposedly finding bones, I knew in my heart, it wasn’t Caylee.”
Michelle Bart the new Anthony Family spokesperson said, “We know for a fact, that the Sheriff’s Office came out and said Leonard found absolutely nothing,” When she was asked for her opinion on Leonard Padilla’s efforts to find Caylee, all she would say was, “no comment,”
Bart announced that a press conference that was supposed to be held today, will now be later in the week. The Anthonys are going to provide information they believe indicates Caylee is still alive at the conference.
“We thought it necessary to wait for the Anthony’s attorney, Mark (NeJame), to get back from his trip, so we could have a panel of all those involved … that the media will want to ask questions to,” Bart said.
Ms. Bart, with her questionable judgement (having George sing at the vigil????? Was that a good idea??) has certainly catapulted herself to the forefront.
The more we hear about this press conference, the more it sounds like what most of us thought it would be-a whole lot of nothin’. But, because in my heart I want Caylee to be alive, I really would love for them to be able to say something that could make me believe whatever it is they’re going to say–so, I’ll be watching. That’s my heart hoping–my brain tells me there’s no possibility that she’s alive and that this is just another attempt to create reasonable doubt in the minds of the reasonable, who sadly have no doubt.
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