"The body was moved" - moved from where?<quoted text>
There is no reason to cover up an accidental death - it's not a crime! Nobody needs to prove this was "not an accidental death" because there is evidence the child's death was homicide by undetermined means and classified as such BECAUSE:
- nobody reported the accidental death (almost five years ago)
- the body was moved, tossed in a swamp, hidden in bags.
- duct tape was found on or near the face.
You can argue until you're blue in the face that's proof of an accidental death. Good luck with that......it is what it is.
"Tossed in a swamp" - funny, I saw this exact expression used in the WFTV archives by a lady BEFORE the remains were even found. It's old; it is unsubstantiated, and I'm tired of hearing the same old Nancy Grace refrain. The fact is, the "remains" were "discovered" on Suburban Drive on December 11, 2008, by Roy Kronk, but there is NO WAY to determine if that was where the intact body of Caylee Anthony was originally placed. Because that is the factual and forensic truth.
"Duct tape found on or near the face" - here's another factoid.....from witness testimony during the trial: there was NO duct tape ON the face; it was attached on ONE end to the hair. What does that mean? it means once again, that there is no way to prove where that tape was originally placed...it could have been on the plastic bag originally.
You seem to want to take media headlines and turn them into evidence.
A very plausible scenario is, Caylee drowned, Casey/George panicked, not knowing how to tell Cindy. Casey/George placed her body somewhere until he/she could figure out what to do next. But next never happened, even though Casey tried numerous times to contact Cindy and even George before she left the house around 4:30PM, after George had left for work. George DID call Casey as soon as he got to work....which was not the norm. Why?
"So wait a minute. You're more afraid of your Mom's reaction than you are if you ever see your daughter?"
"No, I'm absolutely petrified. Absolutely petrified. I know my Mom will never forgive me. I'm never gonna forgive myself because there's that chance I might not see Caylee again and I don't want to think about that."