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Indigency hearing scheduled for Casey Anthony

March 11, 2010

Casey Anthony will be in court next week for an indigency hearing with Judge Strickland.  The hearing has been scheduled for March 18, 2010.

The Orange County Court Clerk, Lydia Gardner declared her indigent late Monday. It remains to be seen whether or not Strickland will approve her declaration.  Jose Baez stated that Casey Anthony has given full financial disclosure and she has signed a form detailing how it has come to be that she has no more money to pay for her defense.

According to Richard Hornsby, the form she filled out is, “the most vague and superficial affidavit you can possibly have.”  He says that before Strickland can approve her indigence status, he needs to look deeper than a 1 page form.

“You have Casey Anthony, who is now a convicted fraud, who is claiming indigence and is claiming that she somehow had $111,000 while she’s been in jail,” Hornsby said. “I’ve got to think that Judge Strickland is going to make Casey Anthony and Jose Baez make a full disclosure of how much he was paid, who brokered the deal, who managed the funds, where the funds have been sitting since Casey Anthony has been in jail.”

A citizen in Fernandina Beach wrote a letter to the court, Wednesday, asking Strickland to decline Casey Anthony’s request and to appoint a public defender.  That woman voiced what a lot of people are thinking. 

 “It doesn’t sit well that she had the money and spent it and gave it all to the lawyers and now expects us to pay for it,” the letter said. 

read it below:

Good for “the citizen” from Florida, I say!  I hope the court is receiving lots of letters and emails from the taxpayers of Florida saying, if she’s indigent she should be using a public defender.  I couldn’t believe my ears last night when, on either JVM or NG it was stated that she has the right to any defense she wants. 

 It’s a freaking mystery to me why someone who says she has “NO” money is given the privilege of having  the state pay for the expenses of any high-powered attorney she might want, but someone with “a little money”  (namely the long-suffering middle-class) is only entitled to the defense they can “AFFORD”.   

Not a problem for people that work like dogs for a living and still barely keep their heads above water to take out second mortgages on their homes  in order to pay for their own defense.  Uh, are you listening Anthonys’ and your gang?  That would be the homes they have deligently made payments on so as NOT to go into foreclosure! (And while I’m on that soapbox—that would be homes they have taken second mortgages on to pay for their own educations, their own food, their own childcare, etc. etc. ETC.)  But,  free-loading good for nothings like Casey Anthony, and a whole lot of other people that take advantage of and “work” the system,  get all those things and more free gratis.  

I don’t know, maybe they are all patting themselves on the back for their “cleverness” at using the system to their own advantage.  I just know this a concept that I, and a whole lot of people like me, have trouble swallowing, let alone understanding. 

53 Comments leave one →
  1. mikka permalink
    March 11, 2010 11:02 am

    gm itsamystery!
    my gut tell me judge strickland will PART granded this motion!oh well ,after the hearing,bozo will feel like a superhero!

  2. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 11, 2010 11:07 am

    Yeah, that’s what I’m hearing. I think he will have to.

  3. mikka permalink
    March 11, 2010 11:09 am

    itsamystery,i read on your blog about the another case,
    Chapman recently argued before Judge Hoy that Bannister is mentally retarded and thus ineligible to face the death penalty. UNDER FLORIDA LAW, Bannister would have to have a general IQ score 70 or below. 😯

    will cma be SMART enough for the D.??????? 😆

  4. mikka permalink
    March 11, 2010 11:10 am

    i believe cma have an IQ from ZERO!bozo can file a motion,cma is NOT to smart enough for the D.P! 🙄

  5. motherclucker permalink
    March 11, 2010 11:46 am

    Found this under Florida Statutes for prisoner’s claiming indigent. This tells the process behind claiming indigent…This is why I think the judge needs more than 1 page of paper to claim indigent. According to what the statute says, the person claiming indigent has to show a lot more than what Bozo is producing…here’s the site…

  6. mikka permalink
    March 11, 2010 12:11 pm

    the in session lady jane told something interessting,
    she say when the anthony home is NOT in forclosure,the staate will take the house away for paying her defense(because cma was living in this house),now we know why the anthonys paying no more,it was all planned out!

  7. Spacely permalink
    March 11, 2010 12:33 pm

    The most interesting aspect of the indigent motion is that Jose WISHES to continue as her attorney.

    Although the state may need to pay for a large portion of the defense, they will not pay Jose to be her lawyer. They cover some stuff, but Jose is on his own for collecting fees. Of course, there are some ways around this like Jill has been stating – billing for services that can be paid for the state that Jose or one his staff perform like depositions – but they won’t actually pay him to try the case or do the research.

    This means that even though KC is completely broke and seems to have no future expectations of funds, Jose is willing to continue working on her case for FREE even though he has complained about the workload.

    Does this sound like something Jose would do? NOOOooooooo

    So he must plan to collect at a later date. Like maybe there is a deal in the works that won’t “finalize” until after the trial which will be a lot of money, but only enough to pay Jose, not to pay for all the stuff the state will pay.

    Lyons has been claiming pro bono from the beginning and the paperwork seems to support her, so no suprise she wants to continue as her reward must be in another form, like press and book sales. But poor Jose has no book. He has to collect in cash.

  8. Molly permalink
    March 11, 2010 12:58 pm

    I definitely think baez has some future deal secured for $$. I’m sure nothing is signed off on so all parties can claim there are no “deals” for books/movies. Probably for the A’s too.

    Who has been paying LKB, Henry Lee & the other “experts”? They have had expenses for travel, examining evidence, research, etc. They had to have been working on the case & evidence all this time & I’m sure they wanted to get paid.

    Lyons will make money later, don’t forget her sister Rachel is a documentary film maker & has already done films on some of Lyons cases. I’m sure she’s signed up to do a case this popular.

  9. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 11, 2010 1:02 pm


    I don’t think even Jose Baez can pull off saying Casey’s IQ isn’t high enough for the death Joking aside, she Prolly has a very high IQ. I think most sociopaths are very intelligent.

  10. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 11, 2010 1:12 pm

    Thanks for the link, motherclucker. An interesting read. Sooooooo—does that mean no more snack-ies for Casey if she’s indigent? Any monies she might have over the amount of $10.00 would go towards her debt to the state.

  11. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 11, 2010 1:14 pm

    mikka–Well, we certainly suspected something fishy with their foreclosure. That would mean Spacely was correct. This was planned out a long time ago by Baez. Really, really, REALLY makes me mad.

  12. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 11, 2010 1:17 pm


    from motherclucker’s link:

    57.081 Costs; right to proceed where prepayment of costs and payment of filing fees waived.–

    (1) Any indigent person, except a prisoner as defined in s. 57.085, who is a party or intervenor in any judicial or administrative agency proceeding or who initiates such proceeding shall receive the services of the courts, sheriffs, and clerks, with respect to such proceedings, despite his or her present inability to pay for these services. Such services are limited to filing fees; service of process; certified copies of orders or final judgments; a single photocopy of any court pleading, record, or instrument filed with the clerk; examining fees; mediation services and fees;< private court-appointed counsel fees; subpoena fees and services; service charges for collecting and disbursing funds; and any other cost or service arising out of pending litigation.

    Does that mean if Judge Strickland appoints Jose as her counselor……?

    I agree Jose and Lyon are expecting to hit the jackpot after the fact.

    Oops, I mis-read that–we already know his fees will be paid. sorry

  13. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 11, 2010 1:21 pm


    I agree with you.

    And, I would like to know how Linda Kenny-Baden and Henry Lee are getting paid, too.

  14. niecey456 permalink
    March 11, 2010 1:34 pm

    Excellent Post Mystery! I do like what I see in MC’s link. Also Art Tart brought this to me yesterday:
    Seems the funds for that are low, and if the Judge approves this, it may back the trial up yet again. Ugh!
    I hope and pray for her to have a public defender. PERIOD! She’s not special. I do like the fact, though that now they will have to make a full disclosure for the Judge to consider. I’m glad Mr. Hornsby addressed that issue.

    Thanks for the link, niecey! Wow. I hope the heck the trial isn’t pushed back any further. What a mess.

  15. March 11, 2010 1:55 pm

    Hi All. When Casey’s was first in front of Strickland and he told her that she and the truth were strangers- at the end of that tape he mentions to have her ‘bakered’ by two shrinks.(It’s on U Tube) If her IQ is not low enough to qualify her, maybe her personality profile is nuts enough to do it and is over the edge?

    Hi Carol. It must not have been or the death penalty would never have been put back into play. I think Casey Anthony is a sociopath–and that is not a mental illness.

  16. Spacely permalink
    March 11, 2010 3:37 pm


    I have read about every article I can find on the indigent motion and it seems that the defense is not asking for any attorney’s fees to be paid. Here is a link to a story that says that:

    Not being an attorney, I don’t know if it is possible for Jose to be paid by the state, but here are my thoughts:

    1) Court-appointed – Jose is not court-appointed counsel. Could he be appointed? I suppose, but it seems more likely that the court would appoint a public defender as that would be the most cost-effective method.

    2) Seems to me that if Jose was court-appointed, then he would be paid whatever the state-approved rate is, which I am guessing is far below what he wants to pull in at the end. I am also betting that whatever he gets paid by the state is the cap, meaning he can’t balance bill KC with a massive invoice for (to borrow a term from health insurance) above-usual-and-customary costs after the trial. In other words, if she did get off and got paid a phenomenal amount of money for a movie/book, he would not have a claim to get a piece. I believe this is incredibly important to him because he knows the kind of people KC and her parents are. Would they share a nice portion with him if he did not have a legal claim (leverage) to a piece of the pie?

    3) Since Jose is not asking for payment from the state, that confirms to me he feels the state payment is too low and he does expect some type of big payout at the end – otherwise, why not take what money you can get now?

    Which brings us to the foreclosure – I have seen the rumor on the nets that the Ant’s house could be confiscated to pay for KC’s defense, presumably because she lived there. I don’t believe this to be accurate. Otherwise, every landlord in the United States would be on the hook for whatever his crazy tenants did on his property.

    However, is it possible there is a secret deal between Jose and the parents to ensure payment of his fees at the end of the trial through their own book and movie deals (as they will always be able to cash in no matter what the outcome of the trial)? If so, will such a deal have to be disclosed during the indigent process? If so, could CnG be forced to pay as much as they can immediately before the state starts paying? I have no idea, but I love to start my own rumors 🙂 , so there you go.

    But anyone who thinks they are going to take the house as collateral or payment on a debt must have a very poor understanding of real estate and valuable commodities because they owe more on the house than it is worth, meaning you would have to try and take it from the bank and good luck with that.

    Thanks for clearing that all up for us, Spacely. I agree that Jose plans on a big payout at the end of the day. And you are right about the house. The only way the house could be in play would be if Casey’s name was on the mortgage note (and it’s not) or if Cindy had used the house as collateral for a down-payment towards Casey’s defense and it was in writing.

  17. Molly permalink
    March 11, 2010 6:54 pm

    spacely – I agree with you that it doesn’t sound possible at all that the A’s can be held responsible for casey’s debts just because she lived in the house. suppose she had been living with a friend, they would not be held responsible. casey was an adult & they couldn’t even claim her on income taxes therefore not responsible for her stupid actions & financial blunders.

    I don’t think the A’s have any deals with baez either. I dont think they are paying for ANY of caseys defense. any money made is for themselves. what i would like to know is where is all of this money going or gone to? or should i say where is it hiding?

  18. Molly permalink
    March 11, 2010 7:01 pm

    I find it quite interesting also that baez does not want to be paid by the state,he has left himself (or any fees for any lawyer) out of it. sounds like he is securing his spot as her attorney by not opening that door of the state paying for an attorney for her and having to follow their rulings or criteria.

    Molly, I find it interesting, too. Whatever he is doing you can bet it is self-serving.

  19. mikka permalink
    March 12, 2010 9:17 am


    thanks for the link, mikka! Interesting!!!

  20. mikka permalink
    March 12, 2010 9:17 am

    i thought she was brokemwhat a bunch of liars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I wonder if this guy is pro bono? 🙄

  21. Jesse permalink
    March 12, 2010 9:19 am

    She should be getting a public defender if she’s going to be taking state money! I agree with an earlier poster who said the judge should have more than one piece of paper to claim indigent.

    Has anyone else also been following the defamation case? I think it’s pretty interesting as well. Morgan and Morgan has some pretty interesting information about the case on their site if you want to check it out.

    Thanks for the link, Jesse. I’ll have to go read up as I haven’t been over there in a while.

  22. T-L-I-O-T-G permalink
    March 12, 2010 11:16 am

    Here we go,the Hosey one and more rhetoric.This guy may be educated but he ain’t smart..enuff to save this bitches ass!
    When this case is over he will be back too looking for clients in the mens rooms!!
    Mean while George and the Whackjob are living high on the HOG,someone finally shut er up I see..must be writing a tell all book!the flippin KOOK!
    Now just every about every nut case who dog will be sending money for this baby killas duhfence.

    TLIOTG–I thought the same thing about people starting to send them money.

  23. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 11:32 am

    I just bet that they will try to sticl BOA with the bill for the real estate lawyer.

    How To Use The Law To Help You Stop Mortgage Foreclosure

    You can use the law to help you stop mortgage foreclosure on your home but you need to know what your options are and what you are looking for. Your best bet is to hire a real estate attorney to look at the foreclosure documents you received as well as your loan origination documents for any mistakes.

    The Truth in Lending Act may be the perfect ally for you to stop mortgage foreclosure if you want to call into question the validity of your mortgage loan. If you want to go this route, you will need to prove that your originating loan documents were wrong. The area where this really comes into play is if your mortgage company made any mistakes in disclosing vital financial pieces of information. If this is the case, it is possible that your loan itself could be canceled. Here is where it is very important to have an attorney who is familiar with Regulation Z (has many of the detailed requirements of the Truth in Lending Act).

    Some truth in lending areas that could help you stop mortgage foreclosure that you might want to have your attorney verify on your loan:
    – Your mortgage company having more money in your escrow account than they are allowed.
    – Not putting information in the documents that describes how you can get rid of your private mortgage insurance.
    – Not adjusting your ARM (adjustable rate mortgage) correctly.
    – Not including referral fees to the originator of the mortgage.

    If you are going to try to use the Truth in Lending Act to stop mortgage foreclosure, you are going to need to make sure that your attorney goes through all of your loan origination documents with a fine-tooth comb. Any errors, mistakes or discrepancies could mean the difference between being able to stop mortgage foreclosure and losing your home.

    Some other legal avenues that you may have available to you to stop mortgage foreclosure are:
    – If you can prove that your mortgage company lost any of your payments. Having clear and detailed records on this will be your best defense.
    – If you have an FHA-insured loan, you should have received information about preforeclosure counseling. This is required by law for FHA-insured loans.
    – If your mortgage company accepted payment from you after foreclosure was filed on the home.


    Thanks for all the info. Cindy claims Bank of America failed to notify them of their delinquency as required by federal regulation. Looks like they are gonna try to get by on a technicality.

  24. mikka permalink
    March 12, 2010 11:37 am

    lona1 thanks,but when i dont pay 9 months NO morgage,i know the foreclosure comes!the problem is ,the anthonys say she know nothing about this forclosure for 9 months!

    What I
    THINK she was saying is that the loan company didn’t notify them in writing of the coming foreclosure. She had to have known she wasn’t making the payments. Someone correct me if I’m wrong about that.

  25. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 12:08 pm

    Well, i think after Casey gets money from the State for the trial, the A’s will pay the delinquent payments and keep the house. It just occured to me that you hire a real est. atty if you are going to court to save your house, and the only way to save your house is to pay what’s owed plus court coast. Me thinks they will pay and stay.

    Yep, and if TLIOTG is correct and people send them sympathy money, they won’t have to fork over any of their own “hard (choke) earned (choke) money. Note the news article said they will try to save their home at all costs because “it was where Casey grew up and it was the only home Caylee ever knew.” (do I hear any violins?)

  26. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 12:08 pm


  27. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 12:22 pm

    Mikka, I know what you mean.

    – venting, take cover-
    Why in the hell is it that I am subjected to reading nothing but Bull crap when reading about the Anthonys? Are they really that freaking nuts? Who in their right mind would not know that your house will be snatched from under their wide azzes if you don’t pay your mortgage/rent, whatever? Is it the media? Am I been fed chicken chit by the media? Who creates these stories? Right at the beginning of this crime story it was nothing less than mind boggling to read some of this outragious chit day in and day out. Someone is getting rich while feeding me this vomit.
    -the end-

  28. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 12:35 pm

    They have put their faces in the media and openly COVERED UP facts of this case. They tried to divert the investigation by telling nothing but lies. They continued with their sob chit all the way to the church while protending to have a memorial service in honor of the murdered child. It was nothing less than a soap opera flick, a quick flick so they can watch themselves later at home and drool on themselves. They have accepted monies from the media for openly talk about their lies. We have sat there and listened to their lies. The defense gets 100,00 plus because of their lies. They are like maggots on a dead body because they will not stop. Luckily, if any deals are made after the trial, the State will get their money back. And let’s face it, we all know how boring those lifetimetv movies are. They will not be famous or make a lot of money. They will run around like cry babies and beggars.

  29. Spacely permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:03 pm

    Thanks, Mikka.

    That is the first story I have read that nails down the re-financing of the house to four years ago – 2006 – the year Caylee was born.

    So, perhaps they feel Caylee caused them to be in all this debt in the first place (even though that would really be KC’s fault).

  30. mikka permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:10 pm

    lona1 😆 ,yep the anthonys are freaking nuts! 😆

  31. mikka permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:11 pm

    spacley hi Your welcome! 😉 ,the anthonys no matter what happens play the BLAME game!

  32. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 1:17 pm

    Hi I responded in the comment boxes to everyone above lona1’s last comment.

  33. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 1:19 pm

    lona 1

    Very eloquently put! I think everyone following this case shares your anger and frustration–and disbelief that they are all still at it.

  34. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:21 pm

    This video was created a week ago. It’s only 3 minutes long. How right that lady is!

  35. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:34 pm

    Cindy Anthony barely left her driveway. She directed the media around and then tried to hide inside her house. She only came ‘out’ for interviews to get $$$$$. She was and is in total defense mode against anything and everything that would implicate Casey. And she did this FROM DAY ONE. She better hope and pray that no one can prove that she knew where caylee was. And check her out, she smiles and giggles in court! Bet she takes SEVERAL xanax every day to take the edge off. She must be scared to death that she will be found out.

  36. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:35 pm

    D. Casey, a lover scorned?

  37. Hadley permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:42 pm

    These people are the biggest FREELOADERS I can imagine. They are just waiting for the cks. to start rolling in…from decent, gullible people across America. How much lower are these scammers going to sink? They will probably start selling photos of little Caylee’s room, and toys!

  38. Hadley permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:52 pm

    Iona1: I agree with the lady on the video. Since they first smelled decomp, they KNEW Caylee was dead…nothing will convince me otherwise.
    They are shameful!

  39. Hadley permalink
    March 12, 2010 1:56 pm

    Cindy feels GUILTY because she tried to choke the chit out of Casey the night she took Caylee and left. (for writing bad cks. on Ms. Plesea’s acct.

  40. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 2:34 pm

    I so love this! Ha ha ha

    Strickland will hear arguments from Anthony’s lawyers and the JAC attorneys at a hearing Thursday.

    In Florida, judges have to give approval for the various costs when defendants are found indigent.

    The JAC can only pay costs that are authorized under Florida law, such as for court reporters, interpreters, investigative services and experts. Amounts for such items are already set per judicial circuit.

    This is going to be good. I hope they expose and tighten the noose around these crooks that call themselves defense attorneys, Casey and lot.

    Bye, bye Mr. Lee, bye bye Baden.

  41. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 3:04 pm


    I’ve seen that woman’s YouTube stuff before. I thought it was beyond odd that the Anthonys’ didn’t look harder for Caylee the month she was missing.

    Something else I’ve ALWAYS thought was weird was the jailhouse telephone recording between Casey and Cindy.

    from the transcript of the recording July 16 2008:

    CA: Casey?
    CMA: Mom?
    CA: Hey sweetie. Are you…
    CMA: Well, I just saw your nice little cameo on TV
    CA: Which one.
    CMA: What do you mean, which one?
    CA: Which one? I did four different ones, and I haven’t seen them all. I’ve only seen one or two so far.
    CMA: You don’t know what my involvement is in stuff?
    CA: Casey.
    CMA: Mom!
    CA What?
    CMA No!
    CA: I don’t know what your involvement is, sweetheart. You keep, you’re not telling me where she’s at.
    CMA: Because I don’t f**king know where she’s at. Are you kidding me?

    I’ve always wondered exactly what Casey meant–plus the tone of her voice. Was she incredulous because Cindy knew the “script” and Casey felt she had veered from it? Then again, it could just have been my imagination.

  42. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 3:07 pm

    Hadley–I definitely believe they are playing the sympathy card here. I have no doubt someone or a lot of someones will step-up and bail them out of the foreclosure mess. Someone probably already has.

  43. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 3:13 pm

    lona–the state has wanted to know exactly where the money is flowing from for a long time. Yes, they will now have to give full-disclosure. I love it. And I’d love it even more if Judge Strickland says, No way, Jose. (I don’t think he will, though.)

  44. Spacely permalink
    March 12, 2010 3:48 pm

    I think it sounded like Cindy already knew the deal by that jail visit, as well.

    But knowing that KC was lying to everyone for years, it seems that the tone in KC’s voice was sheer disbelief that her mom was not buying whole-heartedly into her current batch of lies about the kidnapping.

    I believe at the time that was recorded that KC may not have been aware the cops tipped off Cindy and George to all the lies because I don’t think her Universal interview had yet been made public. It could be that KC thought as far as the world outside the police knew, she was still telling the truth.

    I know that when I first heard the conversation, I was on KC’s side at the time because it really seemed like the cops just threw her in the slammer without getting the whole story because of the info the news was reporting. So, at that moment, I intepreted it to mean that KC was upset her mom did not believe her either. Little did I know the shenanigans that had already transpired.

    I felt so bad for Cindy right then because I saw her as a grandmother in the middle of an impossible situation trying to sort through the stance of the police as oppossed to her daughter’s statements and it seemed right to me that she was standing by her blood, but questioning the accuracy of her statements. It’s easy to for me see how in a similar situation, one of my relatives could get confused or give conflicting statements in a moment of crisis. In fact, I would probably expect that to happen as the mad rush to remember every little detail of the past few hours or days led to details that might not be true. Cops say it happens all the time with eye witnesses.

    So, I think there is a really good chance that Cindy did know the truth, but not from KC. Either that or she and George knew enough to know the truth, but were not accepting it on a concious level, but her sub-concious led to her truthful moment on TV about not knowing KC’s involvement – because I am sure that even if KC told her or she and G pieced it all together, that in her mind that was not “knowing” for sure, so she was trying in a moment of fluster to get out a statement that would not be a lie, but would not harm KC. Not that she is against lying, she just didn’t want to have to be denying she said it later.

    But what we hear in the exchange is one person who believes her daughter is involved and one person who thinks her mom is in the dark and they are both attempting to manipulate each other into making the statement they want to hear. Which I think probably mirrors most of the conversations they have ever had with each other over since before Caylee was born.

  45. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 4:02 pm

    You are probably right, Spacely–but I still wonder……

  46. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 5:28 pm

    better pull up a chair to sit down

  47. lona1 permalink
    March 12, 2010 5:29 pm

    O M G 🙂

  48. mikka permalink
    March 12, 2010 6:27 pm

    more bad news!!!!

    from wesh
    The JAC indicated they want to participate in next week’s hearing as Judge Stan Strickland considers the issue. His decision could clear the way for Anthony to begin receiving tax dollars.

    In their five-page response, the JAC also indicated they wouldn’t pay for all costs, including travel expenses for out-of-state attorneys.

  49. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 10:02 pm

    Thank for the link. I just posted on it! 😯 😯

    Can this case get any nuttier???

  50. itsamysterytome permalink*
    March 12, 2010 10:03 pm


    I read that. This may all fall apart for the defense!


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