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Cindy Anthony’s 911 calls admissable in the Casey Anthony trial

July 15, 2010

It was an interesting day in court, I’d say.  All four Anthonys’ were brought together for the first time in a lonnnnggg time, as Judge Perry oversaw a lonngggg hearing.

Bottom line:

The 911 calls can be admitted at trial.

Casey Anthony’s defense team will get to review the Texas Equusearch documents again, and a special magistrate will be appointed to supervise.

Judge Perry granted Casey Anthony’s motion to not release the evidence list  inspected by the defense and its experts this week.

First up for the 911 motion, Cindy Anthony.

Casey stared her mother down throughout her testimony with little emotion (other than an occassional flash of anger).  

Cindy was definitely the star of today’s hearing.

It was her  911 calls Baez and Co. was seeking to block from being heard at trial.  There was (practicing my Spanish for an upcoming trip to South America, so bear with me) mucho bull-schet-o from the defense as they sought to convince Judge Perry that those calls were contrived by Cindy to get the police to her house pronto.  According to them, they didn’t resemble an “excited utterance” (which is what those calls would have to be in order to be admissible at trial) even a little bit. Nada!

But Cindy helped throw the wrench into that scenario when, after finding out that Caylee had been missing for 31 days, said to prosecutor, Drane- Burdick,  “I was in shock.  I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.  I was hysterical at that point.  I don’t know if I shook her or not but I wanted to.”  (see definition of  “excited utterance.”)

When Baez asked her if the dead body statement was in fact, just a ploy to get the police to her house faster, she said that was, “essentially true.”

He also asked her if it were true that she had never smelled a “decomposing” body.

Cindy replied that she had never smelled a decomposing body IN THE TRUNK OF A CAR. 🙄

She also told Baez that she believes to this day that Caylee is still alive…. 😯 Uhhh, moving on……..

Next up was Lee Anthony.

We got a completely different reaction from Casey when Lee took the stand.  She began to bawl while mouthing “I love you.” (Uh huh, yeah, that’s how you react to a brother you’ve accused of molesting you.)

Like Cindy, Lee was on good behavior— with only a few of his trademark nervous (loco?) laughs.
He said he was “dumbfounded” when he found out Caylee had been missing for 31 days. No kidding, his mind went “white” or “black” or, you know, “blank.”

And then there was George.  Not on stage, but angry none the less.

Yep, it was an interesting day.  And it gave us a great preview of how the key players will perform at trial.  Cindy has learned to control her mouth just a tad better. Lee has made great strides in controlling his chuckle tick. George, well, George is George.  Baez, I have to say, has learned to speak a titch (just a titch) better, and the jury is still out on whether Cheney Mason is channeling Leonard Padilla or J.R. Ewing.  Ms. Drane Burdick can hold her own with the best of them (I’m thinking a female Perry Mason here!), and I’m guessing Casey’s going the Rapunzel route. “Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let your hair down!”  I’m thinking  it will be long enough to cushion her bony butt in that hard cold chair by trial.

You can read about it, see photos from today, hear the 911 calls, etc.  here:

www.wftv.com

40 Comments leave one →
  1. July 15, 2010 8:43 pm

    Oh, what a day! I overdid it in yesterday’s sun/heat and ended up flat on me back today. I was ok late evening and am hitting me favourite sites to catch up. STILL ALIVE? Sooooo what baby’s ashes are in that tacky and tasteless death jewelry then? grrrr

    Hi Thom! Yes that was a boggling statement by Cindy, to say the least. I know she has said that she believed Caylee was alive in the past, but her actions (the ashes for instance) just don’t back up her statements. Strange!

  2. niecey456 permalink
    July 15, 2010 8:52 pm

    Hey Mystery! All in all it was a good day. I’m not worried about “the list”, as like Ashton said it wouldn’t really reveal anything to us anyway, because they didn’t look at it all.
    I cannot believe I’m about to say this, it’s really hard, but Baez is a much better attorney than Mason, and I would rather listen to him. 🙄 That’s pretty bad.

    😆 Love the Spanish! 😆 I thought you did that quite well. You are ready for the trip! :mrgreen:

  3. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 15, 2010 9:11 pm

    Hola niecey!

    I agree about “the list.”

    Yes, I think Baez has made vast improvements in his speaking abilities.

    Cheney Mason drove me crazy today.

  4. T-L-I-O-T-G permalink
    July 15, 2010 10:19 pm

    The hole lot look whacked,SiNdY looks like a scary crow good for her.
    Crazsey still believes in her self.Untill the judge say.s DP.
    fry till crispy…..

  5. CHRISTINE permalink
    July 15, 2010 10:39 pm

    I thought I was the only one who wanted someone to give Mason the hook.
    He gibber gabbered me to distraction.

    Sindy and her “Caylee is still alive” line……had me falling off my chair in hysterics.
    So she’s totten around someone else’s ashes on that long chain of hers???? LOL

    If Caylee is still alive…..why not search for her!!!!

    Lee won the “Brother/Sexual Abuser” of the year award here….with his ‘I love you’
    line. Chuckle from the audience too while it brought croc tears to Casey puss.
    Meanwhile Cindy received sneers and stone faced looks from Casey.
    Pappa Joe didn’t look any too happy being in court either.
    But the family wanted to put on that UNITED look for the media….sadly, it didn’t
    work…..not for me anyway

  6. July 16, 2010 12:00 am

    Mason is unraveling quickly. His exchange with Kathy Belich Wednesday was a lightning bolt. Baez failed miserabley with Cindy and Drane-Burdick scored a touchdown for the prosecution with Cindy. Lee, well, was…. Lee all the way, but he did not help Casey a bit.

    I have to say off-topic, that I totally despise Janie Weintraub on JVM. She is a whiny piece of garbage that will die for her female clients. Baez was a joke shooting a V sign on JVM sitting with Beth Kasaris, but saying nothing. He may want to bring Janie Weintraub on the team as she seems a “never say die” attorney for Casey Anthony and will concede nothing.

  7. nancy permalink
    July 16, 2010 1:32 am

    Hola Mystery, mi amiga! All in all it was a very good day for Caylee!!!

    Mason aka Foghorn Leghorn was a total joke and I could barely understand what the heck he was talking about the whole time. He needs to get the marbles out of his big mouth and kept blaming everything on his hearing aids…hmmmm he hears Kathi Belich just fine!!!! Senorita Bozo was looking mighty tense the whole time Linda was up there. LOL Elvira look alike KC was over come with the vapors when her laughing hyena brother managed to drool his lover words to her. UNBELIEVABLE! I have the song in my head “Secret loooovers.” George Marie looked like he was sitting on a booster chair the whole time while looking constipated and Cindy tried real hard to act unstable while still managing to check herself out in every monitor available. According to her since Caylee is alive, I guess the cremations they have around their necks must belong to Zanny and that is why no one can locate her. Conway perked up when Mason talked about sex and pot. This Familia Anthony is full of mucho mucho crapola Si Senor!!!! I wish someone would have asked Cindy what her “friend” Dominic Casey is doing these days or who for that matter. oops did I say that! Oh well, this day was definitely a precursor of the baffoon antics we expect to see from the Anthony’s at the frying session, I mean at the murder trial. Oh yeah Linda did a great job of handling Cheech (Mason) and Chong (Bozo) and definitely scored big for Team Caylee!!! Woo Hoo!!!

    Senora Mysterio, muchos bendiciones en tus vacaciones en Sur America!!!

    JUSTICIA PARA CAYLEE!!!!

  8. Carol in VA permalink
    July 16, 2010 7:22 am

    Nancy, you are so funny. Thanks for making the morning cheerful.

  9. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 10:15 am

    Hiya, TLIOTG!

  10. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 10:22 am

    I agree with you, Christine–In spite of herself, I think Cindy was making a half-baked effort to be truthful. She couldn’t quite pull it off without tossing in a few “mistruths” for good measure. And hey, a liar doesn’t make a murderer as she’s so fond of saying.

    I’m with you on Cheney Mason. He droned on to distraction. Without a doubt he’s the biggest opportunist of them all. Ugh

  11. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 10:40 am

    eastwood34

    How long do you think Cheney Mason will stick around? I’ll be shocked if he actually makes it to trial. He came on board to promote himself period. He could care less about the truth–obviously, since he has stated publicly that he doesn’t believe Casey Anthony’s story. Besides, that, Jose has no intentions of sharing more than a ray or two of the limelight.

  12. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 10:59 am

    Buenos dias, Nancy! Que tal?

    I’m laughing so hard! Love your comparisons–especially comparing Casey to Elvira–You are right! She wouldn’t even need makeup for Halloween. I’m also laughing at Mason’s use of his so called hearing issue. You are right, his hearing is “selective.” Not that he would EVER think or do such a thing, but he certainly could use his hearing as a major distraction to whoever he might cross examine–maybe to the point of confusion. A pretty handy weapon to have in his arsenal–if it weren’t so LAME!!!

    Gracias a mi amiga! No estoy seguro de que voy todavía. Mi marido es ir y venir a Santiago de Chile y quiere que etiqueta a lo largo .

  13. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 11:01 am

    Carol

    She DID make it better, didn’t she!

  14. Spacely permalink
    July 16, 2010 11:25 am

    If a tree fell in the woods and only Jose was there to hear it, was that tree abducted by a stranger???

    If a tree fell in the woods and only Cindy was there to hear it, would she wait 31 days to tell anyone???

    If a tree fell in the woods and only Lee was there to hear it, would he laugh creepily and say he was role-playing a lumberjack with the tree???

    If a tree fell in the woods and only Cheney was there to hear it… assuming he had batteries for his hearing aids…, would he tell the tree Kathi is the problem???

  15. Ideas permalink
    July 16, 2010 11:48 am

    I thought the Anthonys looked pretty composed considering the situation they’ve found themselves in. No big tirades. Cindy was straightforward with her comments, going beyond even the theories of the defense…that Casey is not only innocent but that Caylee is alive. This all from an intelligent woman.

    It won’t matter what the verdict at trial will be, Cindy will believe what she will. I would think it more comforting to accept the death than be deprived of a Caylee lost out there in the world somewhere.

    Perhaps Caylee’s shrine was one of the Anthonys arguments in their foreclosure hearing. When Caylee comes back, they want her old room ready for her. But then, if that were true, Cindy would have been updating it for an older child.

    I think Lee accepts that his sister is not all there and can love and forgive her through or because of that. Perhaps he believes all she says because in his mind he’s referring to what she means to say, not her actual words. But these are guesses for inconsistent statements he’s made.

    It seems that people are even more upset now with the Anthonys for not giving a bigger Show at yesterday’s hearing. But the bottom line is that Judge Perry basically called Cindy and the defense liars for trying to pull a fast one in reference to the 911 calls. He will have his hands full with this case.

  16. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 12:27 pm

    Spacely, if a tree fell in the woods and only Zenaida Fernandez Gonzales was there to here it, did the tree fall at all? Was there a tree? Was there a forest?

  17. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 12:37 pm

    Ideas–I actually agree with you that the Anthonys’ behaved in a civilized manner–unlike their “performances” at the ZG depositions. I also agree that Cindy is a relatively intelligent woman. She did get her nursing degree after all. She’s got the IQ. However, I think she is emotionally retarded, and completely lacking in common sense. How she came to be that way is anyone’s guess, but I do believe she passed it on to her children.

    I can’t speak for anyone else, but I personally was pleased that they kept the insanity out of the courtroom for the most part. Brad Conway said that Cindy had no problem with the 911 calls being admitted into evidence for trial. I think her answers reflected that.

  18. Hilde permalink
    July 16, 2010 1:44 pm

    mystery~~ first I just want to say I am so glad to see You are back again! 😉
    Now to the Hearing. My Observation was this: I watched Casey and Cindy very closely.
    To me it was a sad Situation to watch. Cindy was hurting to watch her Daughter and at the same time she had to relieve the time when she first realized her beloved Grand daughter was missing and what followed after that. It doesn’t matter what we think of Cindy personally, it showed clearly that she is in a bad Place, none of us would want to be in.
    As for her Testimony I guess she is trying to do her Best she knows how. Her Comment that she still believes Caylee is alive definitely didn’t make any Sense whatsoever but I believe the whole tragic Event how she lost Caylee doesn’t make any Sense to her or for that Matter to George.
    It amazes me how Casey can sit there listening to her own Mom knowing full well what happened between her and her Mom when Cindy made those infamous 911 Calls.
    Was Casey sitting there thinking ok her Mom got some things right but others not so much.
    She knows full and well what she did to her own Daughter Caylee and there she sits listening to every one trying to figure out what she did with Caylee. Casey was watching her Mom and her Brother explaining the Events that Night when they both found out Caylee was missing.
    You could tell it was hard for Cindy to talk about it.
    Lee’s testimony didn’t surprise me, same old same old Demeanor, still trying to protect his Sister any Way he can, little less nervous giggling.
    Mr. C. Mason is very hard to watch when he starts to talk, he doesn’t make much Sense whatsoever and he needs to learn how to speak up. I thought he is supposed to be a seasoned Attorney, judging by his Statements he sure didn’t come off like one.
    Baez’s Questioning was very obvious as to were he was going with it, he wanted to show those 911 Calls didn’t need to come in to the Trial and for the Jury to hear, thankfully Judge Perry ruled other wise. 🙂
    The Questioning by the Prosecution was done very well and straight to the Point.
    Most of All I must say I was glad to hear that the 911 Calls will be allowed to be heard at the upcoming Trial in spite of the Defense who wanted to keep the Calls out.
    Judge Perry made the right and fair Ruling on all yesterday’s Motions. JMO

  19. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 2:07 pm

    Thanks, Hilde! Glad to be back.

    I agree that it was very sad to watch. Casey had so little emotion in her face. It was blank for the most part–a blank stare. She appeared to have no feelings or empathy whatsoever towards her mother. (although, if you watched closely, you could see the seething just under the surface. It was fascinating.)

    It must have been very difficult for Cindy, who has spent most of her time when in court with Casey just trying to get the girl to look in her direction. It must have been quite painful especially when Casey began to cry when she saw Lee.

    Yes, they are all in a very bad place that none of us would want to find ourselves in. But, it would be much easier to feel some sympathy for Cindy, and Caylee might still be here if Cindy had put the welfare of that innocent little girl ahead of her self-centered diabolical daughter. Cindy has given her all for Casey and in the process has lost all.

    I am very glad the 911 calls have been admitted as well. They are very telling.

  20. Hilde permalink
    July 16, 2010 2:08 pm

    I did forget to mention a couple more things I noticed.
    George seems to be angry and hurt and basically fed up with
    his Daughter, I am sure he still loves Casey after all she is his Daughter,
    however at this time I believes he doesn’t like her after all she has done
    to their family!
    Lee and Casey seem to have a sincere Brother and Sister Relationship and what looks like are very close. I believe Lee’s feelings for his Sister are genuine and Casey’s Actions and what she has put her family through, most of all what she is accused of, murdering Caylee, is affecting
    Lee very much.
    It is hard to understand their Relationship but obviously they are very close in spite of what has happened. JMO

  21. Spacely permalink
    July 16, 2010 2:18 pm

    Isn’t it strange that George acts more like a jilted lover than a father? All the references in the jail letters from him about her physical appearance and the pleading to meet and then yesterday’s strange silence and subdued demeanor seem more like a high school romance drama than a family of adults.

  22. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 2:18 pm

    Hilde

    I agree about Lee. He has really distanced himself from the craziness and I think he loves his sister and loved his niece.

    Not so sure what to think about George–especially after reading the letters he wrote to her. He is as obsessed with her as Cindy is, IMO. I don’t know if any of the accusations Casey has leveled at George and Lee are true, and if they are, to what extent they are true. It seems to be a re-occurring story she has told several times to several different people. George didn’t exactly deny the accusations when he confronted her in a letter which I found very odd. But, I would think the fact that she said what she said, true or untrue, would have definitely angered him, and he would be hurt and maybe fed-up, too. (especially if they are lies)

  23. Spacely permalink
    July 16, 2010 2:24 pm

    I am wondering how violent Cindy was when KC was growing up.

    According to her own testimony, Cindy can’t remember shaking her, but knew she wanted to. In other words, she remembers her first reaction wanting to be violence against her daughter.

    Lee’s testimony states Cindy’s first reaction was to form a fist and hit the bed. So, her first reaction was a violent one.

    Is this Cindy’s reaction to all stressful situations? To solve them through force?

    I understand being angry and upset, but her statements coupled with Lee’s remind me of the many confessions I have read in news articles from baby killers who shook their (or usually their gf’s) baby to death.

    It just makes me wonder if either KC or Caylee was subjected to violence by Cindy.

  24. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 2:26 pm

    Spacely,

    I think his AND Cindy’s obsession with Casey’s looks is just beyond bizzarre considering the circumstance she’s in. I mean, she could be put to death for the murder of her daughter and they are worrying about how she appears and that she still has her “beauty.” I can’t begin to understand this. I can understand the pleading to see her I guess. It was interesting to me that the Anthonys’ were obviously not on the same page with her defense about not visiting her. I also thought all along that they were hearing from her via Jose’s computer, but unless those letters were full of complete fabrications on their part, it doesn’t appear that she has chosen to speak directly to her family in any form. Very cruel.

  25. Spacely permalink
    July 16, 2010 2:27 pm

    Mystery,

    I have been reading this new blog site about statement analysis and think you might be interested:

    http://seamusoriley.blogspot.com/2010/07/cheney-mason-next-to-leave.html

    Today’s is a great article analysing Mason.

  26. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 2:31 pm

    I would not be surprised to learn Cindy is a verbal abuser. Not sure about the physical part. I am not a violent person, but if Casey were my daughter and put me through the things she put Cindy through, I’m not so sure that I might not have tried to choke her out of sheer frustration. I think Casey was very skilled at pushing her mother and father to the end of their tethers and took a perverse pleasure in watching them snap.

  27. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 2:32 pm

    I’ve been there Spacely! But not in a while. I will go look.

  28. Hilde permalink
    July 16, 2010 2:39 pm

    mystery, i agree with you as to Cindy having lost not just her Grand daughter but it seems to her Daughter as well, the one she tried to cover up for knowing full well she was lying for her Daughter trying to protect her.
    There is no Doubt in my Mind the Relationship between Cindy and Casey has been very turbulent say the least over the Years, however many Mother and Daughter Relationships have Problems, that doesn’t mean it will end up in Murder like it did in this Case.
    Casey is the only one who is responsible for what happened to Caylee and Cindy I am sure
    has enough Guilt to carry around to last a Life time, knowing what if she only had done
    something different when it comes to Casey, would Caylee be alive today?
    I am far from being a Cindy Supporter, I just believe she really isn’t responsible for what Casey ultimately did.
    I believe Cindy still has the support of her Son Lee, he will be there for her, I am not so sure if Cindy and George will be able to make it through all this and stay together.
    Basically this family still has a long and hard Road ahead of them and Casey is the One who
    eventually tore up the whole family and cost all their Pain by taken away the Life of innocent Caylee Marie. JMO

  29. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 2:59 pm

    Just read it. VERY INTERESTING. His response to your comment was even more interesting, Spacely! Everyone should check his blog out for a fresh insight on this case and other cases. I’m going to add him to my links.

    http://seamusoriley.blogspot.com

    As I said to Eastwood 34 above, I will be shocked if Cheney Mason sticks around. He is all about self-promotion and when the going gets tough he will bail rather than sacrifice his self-perceived reputation.

  30. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 3:11 pm

    Hilde

    You are right, of course, about Casey and only Casey being responsible for Caylee’s death.
    Cindy didn’t kill Caylee. Cindy’s guilt I’m sure is eating her alive without any prompting from the public.

    If a grandparent sees that a grandchild is being neglected, abused, or treated with reckless abandon, no matter how painful it might be or how much of an imposition or sacrifice it might bring to their own lives, I personally believe it is their moral responsibility to do everything in their power to take the grandchild out of harm’s way. If that means turning their back on their own child to protect their grandchild, then so be it. In many instances, that drastic act will serve as a catalyst, and the child’s parent will seek help in getting their lives back on the right track. And when it doesn’t, the grandparent has still done the right thing.

    This is just my opinion Hilde, and I know we’ve agreed to disagree before!! 🙂

  31. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 3:19 pm

    Thom

    Your comment was caught in spam. Sorry! I answered within the comment box.

  32. Hilde permalink
    July 16, 2010 3:24 pm

    mystery~~ I respect Your Opinion and I am not in Disagreement with You when it comes to Grand Children, I have two myself and I do believe the same Way You do when it comes to Grand Children! 🙂

  33. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 3:43 pm

    I respect yours as well, Hilde! I also respect your cooking ability! We had your
    Rinds Rouladen (Beef Roll-ups) for dinner a few days ago. You know it has become one of my family’s favorite meals!

  34. Ideas permalink
    July 16, 2010 4:14 pm

    When Mason blew up at Belich, I thought he could’ve been having a bad day. However, NeJame stated in his response to the motion to the judge that Mason was very rude and arrogant towards the people in the TES office. So I’m thinking he’s a bully by trade. I don’t know why the judge let the defense have another look at the records.

    I was very impressed that Lee added that Cindy hit the bed with her fist. To me, that shows great self-control on Cindy’s part after all the agony Casey had put her through for 31 days, as well as the realization that Caylee or someone was dead. I don’t know where my fist would’ve landed. And I’m glad LE, while desperately trying to help, had all their fists under control.

  35. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 5:05 pm

    Ideas,

    I agree with you. Full-blown bully with no regard for others or their opinions. If his behavior yesterday is typical of his courtroom persona I am beyond flabbergasted that he is such a well-respected attorney.

    Yes, as I said earlier I’m not so sure I wouldn’t have attempted to do great bodily harm to Casey myself if I had been in Cindy’s shoes that day.

  36. mikka permalink
    July 16, 2010 6:53 pm

    hi itsamystery and friends,
    hope everything is o.k!
    look photo 3 ,thats what caylee saw in her last minutes!its scary!

    http://www.wftv.com/slideshow/mostpopular/24286891/detail.html

  37. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 16, 2010 7:27 pm

    mikka!! oh my!!! (lol)

  38. nancy permalink
    July 16, 2010 9:19 pm

    Hi there Carol in VA! Thank you for you comment, that is really kind of you to say!

    Mystery, I really like that Zenaida tree comment oooohhhh too good. I also agree with you about the grandchildren. I would personally body slam anyone who would try to hurt my grandbabies. Cindy Anthony has never demanded one ounce of accountability from KC and now we are seeing the fruit of it. If she wanted KC to “do her own thing” and dance on a million stripper poles then that’s her choice but when a grandbaby enters the picture that is a whole different ball of wax IMO. It still blows my mind how she let KC live in her lies from working at Universal to the infamous phantom Zanny babysitter. I can tell you where every person who watches my grandbabies live and check up on them without announcing my arrival. There is no way I would allow me not knowing who is changing my grandbabies diapers and making sure they have enough to eat while under their care much less never have talked or met them! Cindy even admitted to Ryan that KC was a sociopath! Wow! I remember in the Morgan depos where Cindy says, “All kids lie.” And his response was yes Ms. Anthony but this time she was lying about your granddaughter. And Cindy even said KC was an unfit mother. Poor Caylee never had a chance in this kaleidoscope of family demoralization. Of course she even told Richard Grund that KC only stole from Jesse ONE time. Huh! My dad would have tanned my hide if he ever caught me stealing and made sure I paid for it. He let me know if I got in trouble and if I ever ended up in jail not to expect him to bail me out. My dad had the fear of the Lord and made sure I inherited too. He would remind me that “what you sow is what you reap.” Oh yeah I learned that the hard way. Seems to me that the whole foundation of the Anthony family is built on lies. Heck even George’s first wife said he was a big liar. Lee has even commented that he believes everything his sister says. I wonder how that factors in with the whole molestation accusation. The day when Cindy wrapped her hands around KC’s neck on June 15, 2008 was a day late and a dollar short IMO. I am comforted that the Truth wins out in the end and that God is not mocked. It was Caylee’s skull and bones that were found that day in a trash bag with duct tape holding Caylee’s hair in place and to this day I still don’t understand this so called “close knit” family.

    JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE!!!

  39. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 17, 2010 10:12 am

    Nancy

    I agree with your frustration at this case. I also agree that there is no “sane” way to understand the dynamics within that family. Not much about any of their actions makes much sense from the outside looking in.

    One thing I am more and more sure of as we are made privy to the hearings, motions, and released docs going up to the trial is this. There is no such thing as a dream team if it’s leaders can’t lead and the evidence is indefensible. There will be justice for Caylee.

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