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Last Photo of Caylee: 6.15.08

Thursday, April 30, 2009

New Casey Anthony Documents To Be Released

One of the many images from Casey Anthony's online Photobucket account as forensics evidence obtained by law enforcement and released as prosecution evidence on April 6, 2009.

Thousands of Pages of Evidence and Images To Be Released As Early As Friday

More evidence is expected to be released in the case against Casey Anthony.

The prosecution team could release hundreds of pages of documents as early as Friday.
The documents will include law enforcement interviews, witness reports and lab reports.

Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, has already received the documents.

Developing Story...Updates when available

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Casey Anthony Case: Baez's New Defense Strategy: "Ugly Coping"

I feel a rant coming on..... see below

Many legal experts say the toughest part of defending Casey Anthony will be explaining her behavior after her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, disappeared when she goes on trial for life.

They are images of Casey Anthony partying just days after her two year old daughter Caylee went missing.

In surveillance videos, Casey is seen buying beer and bras with money, investigators say, she stole-- from one of her best friends.

How does Anthony explain her lack of concern, grief or remorse?

"She has a very compelling reason for her actions," her attorney Jose Baez said in an exclusive interview with WESH 2 reporter Bob Kealing.

Baez declined to be more specific.

"As much as I'd like to say it, that's as much as I can say right now," Baez said.

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Baez, however, did refer to a case that could provide insight into his defense.

In 2002, Cynthia Sommer lost her husband, Todd, a healthy Marine stationed in San Diego.
Sommer's attorney Allen Bloom said Todd Sommer was “originally evaluated to have died by natural causes, a sudden cardiac arrest from an arrhythmia of the heart.”

Two months after her husband died, friends told investigators Sommer bought breast implants with the insurance money, started partying and sleeping around.

Cynthia Sommer was charged with murder. Her attorney argued that Sommer's apparent lack of remorse was a condition known as "ugly coping." The phrase was coined by a Columbia University behaviorist to describe people who appear to grieve abnormally.

According to Cynthia Sommer's attorney, prosecutors were willing to overlook problems with their evidence, because they mistook her so-called ugly coping as evidence she had no remorse and was guilty of murder.

Sommer's attorney finally proved her husband's death was not motivated by her greed. After two years Cynthia Sommer walked out of prison.

How do you explain then, Casey's same exact behavior "months before" Caylee went missing. Seems Casey had enough of mommy-hood, and wanted to party like a rock star. I don't buy this "ugly coping" defense. Casey should have been coping with her ugliness long before Caylee went missing. ~And I am not referring to looks, either.

So this "ugly coping" defense, that caused Casey to buy beer and bras--was during the time that "the nanny" had Caylee, and was going to return her on her birthday--according to Casey. Correct? So why would Casey be "grieving" or coping with anything?

According to Casey, Caylee was not "missing", "lost", or even "dead", she was "with the nanny". According to Casey.

But we all now know the truth, Caylee was bagged up and tossed away like trash while Casey was boozing and whoring it up -- living la "Bella Vita" as Casey's tattoo described.

Remember, the one she got right after Caylee's murder.

Wonder if Casey's Marine, Mark Hawkins, knew of the Todd Sommer case?

Some beautiful life........

Update: Possible Sighting of Missing NY Teen, Brittanee Drexel in Myrtle Beach

Brittanee Drexel
Possible Sighting of Missing Teen Reported Wednesday Morning

Myrtle Beach police are conducting an intensive search of the Ocean Boulevard area near the Bar Harbor Hotel after a report Wednesday morning that Brittanee Drexel, the Rochester, NY teen--missing on spring break,--was seen on a transit bus.

Capt. David Knipes says a girl fitting Drexel's description got off the transit bus, which carries hospitality workers from Williamsburg and Georgetown counties to Myrtle Beach, around 8:30 Wednesday morning.

Witnesses said the girl was wearing light blue jeans, Crocs, a pink hoodie with Myrtle Beach on the left front area, and a dark blue shirt underneath. They said she had brown hair with blonde highlights and looked "clean and showered."

Witnesses told police she got off the bus and headed south.

Police are going through beach accesses in the area and visiting businesses to pass out fliers with Drexel's picture. Police in cars, on motorycles, on bicycles and on foot are involved in the search.

Cpt. Knipes says detectives are interviewing people on the bus and have contacted the bus company to find out where it stopped this morning on the way to Myrtle Beach.

Brittanee's mother is also holding out hope, though she still fears the worst.

"The worst thoughts are either somebody took her, somebody may be holding her against her will or she may not be alive, " Dawn said.

Calls to Peter Broswick, the last known person to have seen Brittanee, went unreturned on Tuesday, though it is being reported that Broswick has hired an attorney and isn't talking.

Myrtle Beach Police say they're working with SLED and other agencies on several leads, but they aren't speculating. The Georgetown County Sheriff's Department assisted Myrtle Beach in investigating one lead on Tuesday, though they wouldn't elaborate.

Cpt. David Knipes with Myrtle Beach Police Department couldn't answer many specifics on Tuesday but said they aren't ruling anything out.

"Until you actually have a person and know they're OK, you can't rule anything out. You know, it could be anything from being a runaway to an abduction. We just don't know right now," said Knipes.

Knipes said several investigators are tracking down all leads including reviewing cell phone records and surveillance video and tracking down interviews.

When asked what he thought of Broswick's leaving just hours after last seeing Brittanee, Knipes said he's sure eyebrows would be raised.

"I have not had the chance to interview him to find out why. Obviously going back to Rochester is a 16-17-hour drive. I don't know what his plans were. So it's hard to speculate without talking to him directly," Knipes said.

Law and Order: SVU -- Episode Mocks Caylee's Murder

The following are previews from last night's episode of Law and Order: SVU Ripped From the Headlines Cases. Much hype has been made regarding the similarities between the episode and that of the Caylee Anthony murder and the Casey Anthony case.

Part 1 (preview)

part 2 (preview)

The name of this episode is "Selfish", fitting title.

Except for the first fifteen minutes of the show, the similarities between this episode and the case against Casey, are few and far between. It was just another ratings ploy, which is always the case with these tv shows taunting the "ripped from the headlines" angle. However, the use of Cindy's Anthony's "It smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car" came into play, as well as a few other of her tirades. There is a scence in which the "grandmother", played by Gail O'Grady, says she "cracked" her daughter's mouth, when she found out she had stolen her credit card. Mother and daughter go a few rounds, pretty tame to what probably went on between Cindy and Casey during their "presumed" throwdowns. Then we have a scene of the "grandmother" telling the "grandfather" something to the effect that he needs to grow a pair of balls. Well, at least they had Cindy's persona down to a science.

With all the hype of the parallels to the Anthony case, this episode was hard to watch without wanting to compare the two. The similarities thankfully, appeared to subside when the toddler's cause of death was revealed.

The ending of this episode took a turn that involved the grandfather of "Sierra", the toddler. I found the ending to be a definite slap in the face to George Anthony and to those who have experienced this trauma in their personal lives. Seriously, the episode could have gone a different way.

I have always admired Gail O'Grady's work as an actress. However, she needs to stick to Lifetime movies and leave her "portrayal" of Cindy Anthony behind her...for her sake. The "big haired mother" of a white trash/party girl/teen mother, is not one of her best roles.

I did not find Hilary Duff's performance to be believable, or honestly, that great. The former "tween princess" need not stoop as low as a mock up of Casey Anthony to escape her Lizzie McGuire days.

A big fan of Annie Potts, I felt she was short on scenes, and was surprised that she did not take on a more "Baez-like" character. I would call it more "Gloria Allred". Although, Potts did come across as the defense attorney with more dignity and character than Baez himself.

Not wanting to spoil the episode for those who have not had the opportunity to view it yet--I will say this, I do not see this episode of Law and Order: SVU having any impact on the potential jury pool.

As much as I was intrigued by the "cause of death" issue, as well as the relevance of "the cause" and the need for further regulation, this episode did nothing but make a mockery out of the real crime itself.

The real crime being that of a beautiful two year old named Caylee, and her life taken away by the hands of her mother, named Casey, who was and is still, indeed, "selfish".

Law and Order: SVU-Season 10, episode 19: "Selfish" previews courtesy NBC

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Roy Kronk--Taxpayers Pay for Increased Salary and Additional Defense Monies

Roy Kronk: Concerned For His Safety While Taxpayers Continue to Pay For Defense and Increased Salary

Roy Kronk

Orange County commissioners Tuesday morning approved spending more money for a lawyer to continue representing former meter reader Roy Kronk.

Kronk's attorney, David Evans, revealed that the county approved spending up to $2,500.

That's in addition to $10,000 that Evans has already billed the county for representing the man who discovered Caylee Anthony's remains in December.

Evans also adds the county wants him to represent Kronk during an upcoming legal deposition.

VIDEO: Taxpayers Footing Kronk's Bills

After discovering Caylee's remains, Kronk took a higher-paying job with the county.

Due to the notoriety he received after the discovery, Kronk was concerned for his safety if he was to return to walking area neighborhoods reading meters.

Wasn't Kronk driving a county vehicle during "all" the times he suspected he had found Caylee's remains? I do not recall him "being on foot" during one of the early 911 phone calls--he even described the truck to the 911 dispatcher that he was in so that the responding officer could identify him. ~my two cents

video courtesy wftv orlando

Brittanee Drexel: Missing Teen Told Mother She Was in New York "At Friend's House"--Now Missing In South Carolina

Missing NY Teen's Mother Arrives In Myrtle Beach To Search For Daughter, Brittanee

Missing Teen Brittanee Drexel
Brittanee Drexel, 17 year old NY teen missing in Myrtle Beach

The mother of a missing New York state high school student has hit the streets with friends and family to find out any information that could lead to the safe return of her daughter.
Brittanee Marie Drexel, 17, of Rochester, NY was last seen around 8 p.m. Saturday.
Drexel’s mother, Dawn Drexel, along with other family members and friends spent several hours Tuesday handing out and posting flyers of the missing teen along Ocean Boulevard. story continues below........

Dawn Drexel drove from New York on Monday to come to Myrtle Beach to look for her missing daughter, 17-year-old Britannee Marie Drexel. She spoke exclusively to News 13’s Aisha Khan on the events that led up to the disappearance and her efforts to find her daughter, Britanee Drexel. Click here to watch.

Exclusive Video From Nancy Grace:

WROC: Monroe County NY Sheriff Department investigating missing teen case
WHAM: Mother of Missing Teen: A Parent’s Worst Nightmare
WHAM: The Brittanee back story

Brittanee's mother and family went to businesses along the Boulevard looking for anyone who might have seen Brittanee Drexel inside their businesses.
The group received several leads and are working with Myrtle Beach Police Department detectives in trying to track her down.
One of those leads came from wait staff at the Oceanfront Bar and Grill, who said she was there on Sunday about 3 p.m., which would be the last known sighting of the teen.
Police are also looking for surveillance video to try to piece together where she went Saturday night.
Dawn Drexel says Brittanee is a junior at Gates Chili High School in Rochester, and was in Myrtle Beach with a group of older friends. Dawn Drexel says her daughter did not have her permission to travel to Myrtle Beach.
“I last talked to her Saturday around two o’clock. Her boyfriend spoke to her around eight o’clock,“ Drexel said.

“She sent a text message to one of her friends around 9:15 p.m. and said she was going to see another friend who was staying at another hotel. She never came back,“ Drexel said. “It’s been almost 48 hours, and I’m really worried. We need everyone to be looking out for her.“
John Hahn a friend of Drexel’s family and a Marine stationed at Camp LeJeune, NC, contacted police on the family’s behalf to report her missing. Hanh drove down to Myrtle Beach to help Dawn Drexel and her parents look for the missing teen.
“I’ve been friends with Britannee for a really really long time, we are very close friends. I’m trying to pray for the best but prepare for the worst,“ said Hahn.
Hahn and Drexel both tell News 13 that it is very unlike Brittanee to not keep in contact with family or friends. Drexel added that she has a bad feeling about what may have happened to her daughter.
“It’s horrible because all I can think about is that someone could’ve taken her, someone could’ve taken her out of state she could be laying dead somewhere. She is my first born and it’s just tearing me up inside, I’m just very very upset,“ said Drexel.
“I know for a fact that she wouldn’t just pack up and leave, leaving all of her belongings behind and not calling anybody,“ said Hahn.
According to the report, Drexel was staying with a group of friends at the Bar Harbor Hotel, 1010 N. Ocean Blvd. Since her disappearance, the group moved to the Boardwalk Hotel, located at 2301 N. Ocean Blvd.
Authorities handed out printed flyers of Brittanee’s picture to the beach’s watch patrol. Crews there said they are pretty heavily staffed at this time of the year, which makes it easy to do a search of any missing persons.
“With the water being as cold as it is and temperatures dropping at night it’s you know it’s very unlikely that she went for a swim or anything of that nature. We haven’t had any leads or any luck, we’ve been going up to different patrons doing pretty much everything that we can do out here to make sure she is not out on the beach or if she is we would definitely have found her by now,“said beach manager Wesley Cox.
“With the water being as cold as it is and temperatures dropping at night, it’s very unlikely that she went for a swim or anything of that nature.
Drexel is described as 5-feet tall, weighing 103 pounds. She has brown, shoulder-length, straight hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a multi-colored striped shirt, black shorts, and flip-flop sandals. She reportedly suffers from depression.
Police entered Drexel’s description into the National Crime Information Center database on Sunday.

Anyone with information on Drexel’s disappearance or whereabouts should contact the Myrtle Beach Police Department at (843) 918-1382.

alternate spellings: Britney; Britney; Brittney; Britany; Britanee; Britnee; Britney

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Cindy Anthony vs. Oprah: Cindy Claims She Cancelled On Oprah

Cindy's text message

Video: Cindy Anthony Sends Text stating she, not Oprah, cancelled the interview, because of "integrity". heh... imagine Cindy Anthony and integrity in the same sentence.

The Oprah interview would have been the first exclusive interview with George and Cindy since the finding and identification of Caylee's remains in December, 2008.

Oprah Winfrey's camp released comment basically stating that Oprah indeed cancelled the interview. In part, due to the "exclusiveness" of the interview which was negated with the Anthony's recent sit down on CBS's The Early Show.

The interview between the Anthony's and Oprah was to be taped April 29 without a studio audience, and due to air in May, during sweeps week.

video courtesy: WESH.com

Jose Baez's Exclusive Interview With WESH's Bob Kealing

Baez, a minor league attorney with only one murder trial under his belt, is now playing in the Reasonable Doubt Tour, headlining Cindy and George Anthony. As for that one murder trial, his client was convicted.

Baez, who has made numerous jabs at prosecutors for "leaking evidence" and stating time and time again that the trial of Casey Anthony should NOT be tried in the media - is apparently giving the public a preview of Casey's defense during an exclusive interview with WESH Orlando.

Below are links to extended video excerpts of the exclusive interview between Baez and WESHs Bob Kealing.

Baez consistently calls the forensics "junk science" and unreliable. Funny how Baez has become an expert, practically overnight, on determining the value of the State Prosecutor's evidence.

Video: Baez On Death Penalty

Video: Baez On Outrage

Video: Baez On Smell In Trunk of Casey's Car

Video: Report On Baez From WESH 2 On Friday

Video: Why Casey Anthony Could Go Free

Friday, April 24, 2009

Haleigh Cummings: Little Girl Lost--Her Family's Life of Sex, Drugs, and Lies Update On Ronald Cummings And His Son "Jordan"

With Ronald Cummings out of work, he has plenty of time on his hands. He is out cruising the 'hoods. Harassing his ex-lovers, and all the while, his new "teen bride" is riding shotgun.

Is Ronald searching for Haleigh, trying to obtain custody of another child of his, ---how many children does this guy really have?-- or, is he just too busy partying it up with teen wife Misty and her circle of twenty something, and younger, party girls?

With a prior record of drugs, abuse, and weapons charges, Ronald may now be facing a custody battle over his son, "Junior" with his ex and Junior's mother, Crystal Sheffield.

The caller of the 911 call is Mary Brooks, the great-grandmother of "Jordan", Ronald's one year old son with Ms. Brooks' granddaughter, Amber, who happens to run in the same party circle as teen bride Misty Croslin Cummings, Ronald's wife.

In interviews, Ronald claims to have only two children, Haleigh and "Junior". Mary Brooks claims to have birth certificates that show Cummings as the father of Jordan, her great grandson.

Like Haleigh, Jordan also has a birth defect. Jordan was born with a genetic disorder called Microcephaly, where the head is smaller than normal from abnormal brain growth. It’s associated with Down’s syndrome, according to medical texts, and can be caused by a variety of factors, including, if during pregnancy the mother abused drugs or alcohol, was exposed to toxic chemicals or other diseases.

Read the partial transcript of the 911 call as well as Art Harris' interview with Mary Brooks at Art Harris' exceptional website: The Bald Truth .

Make sure to pay close attention to the arrest of mother and daughter party girls Renee and Amber (Amber being the mother of Jordan).

If Florida CPS is not involved after all of this, I do not know what would get them involved. Kudos to Art Harris and "Cobra" for all their hard work and for going above and beyond to get answers in the disappearance of Haleigh. Hopefully and prayerfully, it will be soon that this beautiful little girl will be found and those responsible will pay for their actions.

God bless little Haleigh.

YouTube video/911 call courtesy Art Harris/The Bald Truth

National Enquirer: Casey Anthony Had Accomplice

The latest edition of the National Enquirer, the May 4, 2009 issue, has Casey gracing the cover yet again. This time, their big lead and bombshell, "Casey had an accomplice and "he" is still on the loose."

I am wondering, how did the paparazzi know to be in Orlando at the time of Caylee's murder and the disposal of her body? Does the National Enquirer have paps hiding in the woods of every major city just waiting for a murder or other crime to occur so they can capture photos of the perp and / or an accomplice?
Also, how do they know the accomplice is a "he"?
Furthermore, why hasn't this "bombshell" revelation been brought to the attention of law enforcement? Must have been a slow news week.

Also, in the bottom inset of the cover, we see "The last photo of Caylee". Honestly, is there anyone out there that has not seen this photo?

Enquiring minds want to know.

Zenaida's Lawyers File Motion to Force Cindy Anthony To Answer Questions

Cindy Anthony at her first deposition~

Zenadia Gonzalez's attorneys file motions to force Cindy to answer questions Cindy thought were "not relevant" to the civil case against her daughter.

In the case against Casey Anthony, the law firm representing Zenaida Gonzalez in a defamation lawsuit against Casey wants a judge to force Cindy to answer questions and to pay for their costs.
Friday, the law firm filed a motion to compel Cindy Anthony to answer whether Casey ever used Cindy's credit cards without her permission.

CINDY DEPO: Part 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 /5 / Images

Cindy refused to answer the question in the first deposition. Gonzalez is suing Casey, because she claimed a babysitter with the same name kidnapped Caylee.

Judge Rodriguez will hear the issue on May 21.

Jose Baez Interview: How Casey Anthony Could Go Free

The Casey Anthony Reasonable Doubt Tour Continues With A Performance By Jose Baez and Other Defense Attorneys In An Exclusive Inteview

Jose Baez, Casey Anthony's less than qualified defense attorney, is continuing the media whoring -the same attention of the media that he is so against when not so savory findings pertaining to his client Casey are released - to reveal key parts of his defense strategy of Casey.

Are you kidding me? This entire circus is out of control. But, what do you expect from an attorney who is not qualified for first chair, and perhaps, not even second chair of the death penalty murder trial he is "preparing".

Baez chastises the prosecution and law enforcement every time the cameras roll, yet at the same moment, he can't control his diarrhea of the mouth, which I believe he caught from Cindy.

Baez and other attorneys interviewed by WESH 2 said the woods where Caylee's remains were discovered are a central place in which much of the case could revolve.

Video: Baez: How Casey Could Go Free

Caylee was missing almost six months before her body was found. Baez said, "They don't know how Caylee passed away. They don't know when Caylee passed away."

Baez and other defense attorneys say prosecutors have not definitively tied Casey Anthony to Caylee's remains along Suburban Drive. They have to prove that Casey dumped the body there before entering state custody and that they remained there for almost six months.
"That's going to become one of the major battlegrounds in the case," said defense attorney Richard Hornsby.
Thomas Luka, an attorney for Casey Anthony's brother, Lee, agreed: "That would be one of the first things I would want to pursue."

Baez also questioned the forensic evidence in the case.
He plans to vigorously attack the single hair found in Casey Anthony's car trunk that prosecutors say is proof a decomposing body was in there. He said his own expert Henry Lee found 17 hairs in the trunk that showed no signs of decomposition.
Baez also will raise questions about the air test that a lab said showed evidence of human decomposition.
"It's not science that's fully accepted within the scientific community," Baez said "It's science that's not been verified. There's absolutely nothing to gauge this science by, so, therefore, it should not be used when someones life is at stake.

After taking the death penalty off the table early on in the investigation, prosecutors now plan to seek the death penalty in the case.

A spokeswoman for State Attorney Lawson Lamar said, "We don't respond to anything about this case outside the courtroom."

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Picture of Caylee Cindy Believes Was Taken At Zanny's Apartment

Above is the picture of Caylee that Cindy was referring to in a voice mail to law enforcement. Cindy claims in the voice mail that she believes that it is "Zanny's apartment".
In the taped interviews of Cindy early in the case, this picture is discussed and Cindy states that Casey told her originally this picture was taken at "Zanny's apartment". However, after Casey's initial arrest, when friends of Casey would visit Cindy and George, one of the friends, and I believe it was Amy, verified that the picture was actually taken at Ricardo Morales' apartment.

Also, during a jail visit three days after the voice mail message, Casey herself said that photo was actually taken at an ex-boyfriend's apartment.

The phone message seems to contradict public statements the Anthony's made during a nationally-televised interview on Wednesday, saying they did not believe Casey would hurt her daughter.

Cindy was initially intrigued by the photo because of the "drum set" in the background because Caylee had become quite fond of playing the drums and spoke of it often, according to Cindy. Cindy also stated in early interviews that she and George were contemplating buying Caylee a drum set for her third birthday.

George and Cindy Anthony Banned from Victim's Memorial Conference Due To Threats and Hate Mail

Victims' Advocates: "George and Cindy Anthony Doing More Harm Than Good "

George and Cindy were scheduled to be keynote speakers at the Melanie Ilene Rieger's Memorial Conference next month in Connecticut. Now, the Anthony's were taken off the agenda after the organizers received hate mail and threats.

VIDEO: Anthony's Removed From Agenda

Melanie Ilene Rieger was a college student who was murdered by her boyfriend in 1994. The conference is intended to help the families of murder victims.

Cindy and George Anthony face constant criticism for choosing to support Casey. After telling investigators about Casey's lies, how she stole from the family and even from Caylee's piggy bank, the Anthony's are now dodging questions about whether they fault Casey for anything at all.

The Anthony's appeared on national television for the second day in a row Thursday to talk about their daughter Casey and how they are standing behind their daughter, despite the murder charges that she killed their granddaughter, and is now facing the death penalty.

When asked if they fault Casey for anything at all, Cindy responded, "How can we? We don't know what she's been through. I don't know what that girl has been through. George and I are living the same nightmare," Cindy said.

Focusing more attention on themselves, rather than on Caylee is another issue that victims' advocates in Central Florida claim they are outraged over.

"I wrote suicide notes back in July and August. No one knows that," said Cindy.

George says he wants to be a victim's advocate, helping the families of missing or murdered loved ones in Caylee's memory.

However, some advocates are offended by his actions because someone is already under arrest for Caylee's murder. Many of those victim advocates said they don't want his help. They say the Anthony's have damaged the progress made for victims' rights and for missing person's cases.

One advocate, in particular, is Claire Fielding.

Claire Fielding's daughter, Debra, was kidnapped, raped and murdered in April of 2000in downtown Orlando. She and others believe what brought about Caylee's death is very different and that George and Cindy Anthony knew that from the beginning.

George Anthony has stated, "I want to talk to more people about that kind of stuff. You can't give up. Even though the days get very hard for you, there are people to talk to besides your own family."

George Anthony showed up in Putnam County saying he was there to help Haleigh Cummings' family, even though, just days prior, he told a judge he was too depressed to face a court hearing at that time, as well as being deposed in the civil trial pending against his daughter, Casey.

"To me, this whole thing with the Anthony's, it's like a big circus and George and Cindy are the ringmasters," said Fielding.

Fielding is working with the Bereaved Survivors of Homicide in Orange County, a well-established group that quietly helps victims' families.

"If Casey didn't do it somebody did. Why are you not out there searching for that person instead of going on national television to publicizing whatever it is you want to publicize?" added Fielding.

She says she is disgusted with the Anthonys' network TV appearances and their overtures about helping others.
I have to agree, Anthony interviews have become too nauseous for morning TV.

I feel this memorial conference-- for the Anthony's-- was another ruse to gain sympathy and perhaps acquire some much needed insight on how true victims respond to and are affected by the heinous events that have taken away their loved ones.

George nor Cindy had no right, in my opinion, to even be in attendance at this Victims' Memorial. Yes, George and Cindy lost their granddaughter in a cruel and heinous act. As far as victims, they are victims of themselves~their actions, their words, their guilt, and their daughter, whom they both choose to "stand behind", (not "beside").

As tragic as Caylee's death is, it was done at the hands of her own mother.
I cannot accept the fact that George and Cindy "standing behind" Casey is out of an enormous outpouring of love for Casey. I think of the "choke out" that occurred between Cindy and Casey on June 15th. What type of love is that? Something horrific happened that night and the end result was Caylee's death. I will continue to believe that each Anthony member has Caylee's blood on their hands.

Who in the Anthony family is standing up for Caylee? Who in that family is driven enough to search for this so called "nanny" each and every day as Cindy proclaimed in the early days of Caylee's disappearance? Not one that I have seen. Maybe an offer of first class travel and accommodations would get them out looking for "Zanny". No, I believe they each know that all they have to do is visit OCSO to see Casey, and they will be looking the "nanny" directly in the face.

I am surprised we haven't heard of a reality show in the works revolving around the lives of George and Cindy and how they are dealing with their loss. Oops, better not give anyone any ideas.....


Casey Anthony's next court appearance is on May 28, when her lawyer will try to block the release of her videotaped reaction after she learned Caylee's remains had been found.

George and Cindy Anthony's Interview on CBS Early Show Part 2

Cindy Admits to Writing Suicide Letters: Claims Casey "Saved" Her From Taking Her Own Life

In the second part of the exclusive CBS interview, Cindy Anthony reveals she contemplated suicide in the wake of the disappearance of her two-year-old granddaughter, Caylee.

Video Below

Cindy Anthony told Early Show co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez she had her brush with suicidal thoughts in late July, early August, soon after she reported to police that Caylee was missing.

"George and I are living the same nightmare," Cindy said to Rodriguez. " ... I can't judge George for certain things that he's done. You know? I understand certain things. I understand his suicide attempt. A lot of people don't know: I was there, too. I wrote suicide notes back in the end of July and August. No one knows that.

"(I wrote the notes) because I couldn't bear not having Caylee around and not knowing what happened to her. And I wanted, you know, you get to a point when you miss someone so much, that, you know, you think life's not worth living."

And what kept her from going through with it?

"Actually," Cindy responded, "Casey. Once Casey came home, the first time that Casey came home, the very first night, you know, being able to see her and hug her."

On July 15, Cindy called police. She's heard on the 911 call saying, "There's something wrong. I found my daughter's car today. And it smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car."

When Rodriguez asked if she regrets having made that call, Cindy responded, "No, I don't regret anything I did. How can I? I don't know how I would react any differently. I know, after I made the first 911 call, Casey thanked me in the car, because she said I did something that she couldn't do, (which) was to go to the police."

Both Cindy and George expressed what Rodriguez characterized as "unflinching" support for and faith in their daughter.

"I believe in her," Cindy insisted.

"There's some people," George pointed out, "who just say, 'Well, we should just be done with it, just ... be done with it. You can't. That's our daughter. You know?"

"No matter what she may or may not have done?" Rodriguez asked.

""No matter what, that's still our daughter," George answered. "That's - no - no matter what."
I find it rather, let's say, strategic, that Cindy is divulging this very personal matter regarding her attempted suicide. Cindy does not reveal any details other than she "wrote and left numerous notes". I do not feel the act of note writing justifies a suicide attempt. With Cindy's narcissism, this would have been a media bombshell and would have surely come up at some point during George's "attempt".

I am not one to take the matter of suicide lightly. It is a matter that has personally devastated my family. For Cindy to bring this "note writing" to light at this juncture, is nothing more than a self-centered act, purposely orchestrated to to gain sympathy from potential jury members, as well as the public in general.

These interviews, I feel, are going to further demonstrate Cindy as being self-absorbed and egotistic as well as portraying her manic depression. We have all witnessed her raging mania for all these months, and as recent as the depositions. Now, we have the soft spoken, suicidal Cindy, who did not reveal this much empathy at Caylee's memorial.

Honestly, I think Cindy doesn't want George to continue to have the spotlight on him as he is being treated with "kid gloves" in the media. So what better for Cindy to do - compile a sob story of her own - and, for a little added dramatic effect, praise her daughter for being the one that "saved" her from the brink.
The same daughter that is charged with murder of her own daughter and Cindy's granddaughter.

Hollywood couldn't have written a better script.

~My two cents

Part 2 of the exclusive interview:

video courtesy CBS Early Show

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

George and Cindy Anthony's Interview on CBS Early Morning Show

George and Cindy lost their deal with Queen of Daytime, Oprah Winfrey, because they couldn't wait until April 29th to keep their traps shut. Imagine that, Cindy keeping her mouth shut.

Winfrey agreed to the exclusive, sans audience, interview with the Anthony's to be taped on April 29th and was due to air during May sweeps.

Cindy and George, who did not have much to offer up at their recent depositions in the civil case regarding Zenaida Gonzalez, except for attempts to take control of the situation and gum chewing, now can not wait to talk, and talk and talk.

After weeks of silence and no media whoring, George and Cindy are ready to talk, yet again, in front of cameras and on their terms. Oprah, however, put the brakes on her exclusive interview ~ and perhaps an attempt by the Anthony's to taint the potential jury pool with "their" version of what happened and "their" attacks on law enforcement,~ after Winfrey's discovery that the Anthony's have arranged multiple interviews in the upcoming days even before the taping of her exclusive interview. You go, Oprah!

Here is the first installment of the Anthony's interview that aired on Wednesday morning on CBS's The Early Morning Show. Some other taped segments will air on Thursday morning as well.

Brad Conway, the Anthony's attorney, interjects early in the interview when Cindy is asked about "the smell of death in the car" during the 911 phone calls. Cindy is not allowed to answer. Brad also brings up the subject of "so much pre-trial publicity and how it is going to affect the outcome of the trial". My question to that would be, "Why all the interviews now?" Doing a little spin of your own? A little "deposition flip out" damage control?

Absent from the interview are Cindy's obnoxious gum chewing and water bottle. The now soft spoken Cindy is enough to make anyone nauseous, and George comes off like a whipped puppy. Talk about Jeckle and Hyde. What a contrast from her "you bastard" and "don't tell me I can't pray" screaming fit from just a few days ago. I can't decide which one I prefer, hmm, neither?

And for a little Cindy trivia:
During the almost 9 minute interview itself, in Cindy's responses, she said "you know" a total of 28 times and stated "um" 4 times. That, in comparison to George's use of 2"you know's" and no "um's". A fun fact for those I know that keep up with this for kicks..

Thursday, April 9, 2009






Cindy Anthony during deposition Zenaida Gonzalez civil suit

Cindy Anthony Deposition in the Zenaida Gonzales civil suit VIDEO 
part 1: LINK

Cindy Anthony Deposition in the Zenaida Gonzales civil suit VIDEO 
part 2: LINK

Cindy Anthony Deposition in the Zenaida Gonzales civil suit VIDEO 
part 3: LINK

Cindy Anthony Deposition in the Zenaida Gonzales civil suit VIDEO 
part 4:  LINK

 Cindy Anthony Deposition in the Zenaida Gonzales civil suit VIDEO 
part 5: LINK

Videotaped deposition of Cindy Marie Anthony on April 9, 2009, at Morgan and Morgan Law Offices, Orlando. 

  In response to the 

Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez vs. Casey Marie Anthony 

Remember Caylee

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