___Justice For Caylee___Cont.

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#26075 May 1, 2013
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Zazz
I haven't read here much lately, and hardly ever post, but I was very impressed with your lengthy and thought provoking post (1-10). Ah, the humor and the pathos! Are you a professional writer?
If not, you missed your calling! Beautiful!
How very sweet of you to take the time to express your kind thoughts. Thank you soooo much.

Not a lot of posting goes on here anymore so please come back and stay awhile with us. It's easy to stay caught up on this thread these days.

No, I'm not a writer but as you may have guessed, I have a lot of opinions and I'm not shy about sharing them with my friends.

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#26076 May 5, 2013
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lol I use to love giving them hell.
And spanking's to hah?

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#26077 May 5, 2013
zazz wrote:
<quoted text>How very sweet of you to take the time to express your kind thoughts. Thank you soooo much.
Not a lot of posting goes on here anymore so please come back and stay awhile with us. It's easy to stay caught up on this thread these days.
No, I'm not a writer but as you may have guessed, I have a lot of opinions and I'm not shy about sharing them with my friends.
Nice complement Zazz...
You have mail.

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#26078 May 5, 2013
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Hey my sweet Sweet. You are certainly welcome. I'm not sure many people are reading these days.
Haven't seen you around much lately. Hope all is well with you and yours.
Continued prayers for your grandson. God bless him.
Sending you hugs and kisses.
Thanks Zazz it's been more than hectic around here!!
Grandson's doing well...thanks!

Jodi A ought to be hung out to dry this Monday, shouldn't take the jury too long to figure that one out!
But hey, stranger things have happened!

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#26079 May 5, 2013
Shout out to Lisa our sweet!!

Hope your doing well SUNSHINE!

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#26080 May 5, 2013
OMG, I think the state of AZ does have the goods on Jodi, Casey is probably saying she's glad she didn't testify, but then again Casey is in her own special kind of prison isn't she?

woo whoo!!!!!

I have a strong feeling the jury will come to a quick conclusion tomorrow!!

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#26081 May 5, 2013
Sweet53 wrote:
OMG, I think the state of AZ does have the goods on Jodi, Casey is probably saying she's glad she didn't testify, but then again Casey is in her own special kind of prison isn't she?
woo whoo!!!!!
I have a strong feeling the jury will come to a quick conclusion tomorrow!!
Casey is thanking the gods that be, that that she didn't murder poor little Caylee in Arizona.

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#26082 May 6, 2013
May 6, 2013

TV Guy Hal Boedeker discusses Judge Belvin Perry's Today Show appearance.

Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr. has offered his most extensive remarks yet on the Casey Anthony case, calling the defendant "very manipulative" and saying his reaction to her acquittal was "surprise, shock, disbelief."

Perry was a guest Monday morning on NBC's "Today," which branded the interview "exclusive" and said that Perry was speaking out two years after the trial. The interview was a big "get" for "Today" during the May ratings period.

"Today" slotted Perry in the 7:30 a.m. half-hour where the NBC program usually covered Anthony. At the same time, ABC's "Good Morning America" was busy Monday morning with the Jodi Arias trial. So "Today" returned to a closely followed story to compete with "GMA," which has surpassed "Today" in the ratings.

Could the interview have been a trial run to see how Perry might play on television? In a recent interview with Jackie Brockington of Central Florida News 13, Perry said he might consider doing a talk show after he retires.

Perry has no other confirmed TV appearances, but there are "lots and lots of requests," 9th Judicial Circuit spokeswoman Karen Levey said in an email.

On "Today," Perry was quite frank about Anthony, who was acquitted of murder in the 2008 death of her daughter, Caylee.
"There were always two sides to Casey," Perry told Savannah Guthrie. "There was the public persona that she wanted the jury to see. And there was that side she showed when the jury was not there."

Perry described that public persona by saying Anthony "portrayed the role of a mother who had lost a child."

Perry said "you could notice the change and transformation in her when the jury went out. She was very commanding. She took charge of different things. You could see sometime her scolding her attorneys.”

The judge said he would never forget Anthony shouting from a holding cell and using four-letter words when she was offered a possible plea deal, which she rejected. "She was quite upset," the judge said.

Perry also defended cameras in the courtroom ("people need to know how their justice system works") and said that the prosecution had proved its case against Anthony.

But he added that all the defense had to do was create reasonable doubt, and that's what it did. Perry also praised defense attorney Jose Baez.

“The state had better lawyers, but Mr. Baez was very personable," Perry said. "He came across as someone that you would like." Perry compared Baez to the most likable used-car salesman that a customer might find.

As for justice, Perry noted that a jury had spoken. Then he added, "Justice will finally be served one day by the judge of judges. And she’s going to have to live with this and deal with this for the rest of her life."

How did Perry come across? Could he be a TV host?

Another sign of interest in him: WKMG-Channel 6, WESH-Channel 2 and WFTV-Channel 9 all recapped Perry's comments on their noon newscasts Monday. WKMG's Mike DeForest said that Baez had no comment about Perry's remarks.

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#26083 May 6, 2013
He didn't mention the gross mistakes he made during the trial, including letting Bozo Baez "testify".

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#26084 May 6, 2013
woohoo I knew Judge Perry thought she was guilty just like the rest of America.

Love to all my girls miss you hope to get some more time to post.
Sweet53

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#26086 May 7, 2013
zazz wrote:
<quoted text>Casey is thanking the gods that be, that that she didn't murder poor little Caylee in Arizona.
You got that right!
Bet she is!
Sweet53

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#26087 May 7, 2013
Your Next wrote:
woohoo I knew Judge Perry thought she was guilty just like the rest of America.
Love to all my girls miss you hope to get some more time to post.
Of course he did just like Cindy and JoJO also!
Only problem is Cindy and JoJO have to live the rest of their lives dealing with her BS and having her be the CEO.
Well I guess there is one consultation, they got her out of the house. Maybe she still sneaks by though...opps forgot Caylee paid for surveillance cameras.
Sweet53

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#26088 May 7, 2013
Your Next wrote:
woohoo I knew Judge Perry thought she was guilty just like the rest of America.
Love to all my girls miss you hope to get some more time to post.
Luvs back YN!

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#26090 May 10, 2013
Casey Anthony: Bankruptcy hearing ends with no decisions

TAMPA --

A hearing in a Tampa federal court ended Wednesday without a decision on whether Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case can go forward.

Anthony was not required to be in court, but her bankruptcy attorney was.

They don't want her chance for a "fresh start" to be put in hold. But during the last hearing, the judge said he thinks Anthony's civil matters need to be figured out in state court before he can decide what to do next with her bankruptcy.

The people suing Anthony include Roy Kronk, the meter reader, and Zenaida Gonzalez, the woman with a name similar to the one Anthony used when telling authorities who took her missing daughter.

Kronk's and Gonzalez's attorneys want a jury to decide their cases, before bankruptcy court handles it.

“It makes it a lot easier for us to prove here that the debt should be non-dischargeable and it will pass through the bankruptcy,” said Justin Luna, Gonzalez's bankruptcy attorney.

But Anthony's civil attorney says putting the bankruptcy on hold is just a waste of time.

“Three years from now, two years from now? We want a resolution and that’s why we’re here,” said Andy Chmelir.

Meanwhile, the trustee who pulled his motion Monday to sell his story would not comment on why he did so, expect to say that it was "tactical."

Anthony says she does not have any money to pay off her debtors, costing about $800,000.

The judge did not make a ruling on the civil court issue, and another hearing will be held May 30.

http://www.cfnews13.com/content/news/cfnews13...

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#26091 May 10, 2013
Trustee no longer wants to sell Casey Anthony's story

TAMPA --

A trustee for Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case is withdrawing a motion to sell Anthony's life story.

The trustee wanted to sell the story to help pay some of Anthony's debts.

There is no word yet as to why the trustee dropped the motion. A hearing Wednesday may tell us more.

Anthony filed for bankruptcy in January, claiming just $1,000 in assets and $792,000 in liabilities. She said she is unemployed.

Meanwhile, a Texas search and rescue organization involved in the search for 2-year-old Caylee Anthony said her mother Casey owes it more than $100,000 in expenses, and should still have to pay it, despite her filing for bankruptcy.

Attorneys for Texas Equusearch Mounted Search and Recovery said in recent federal bankruptcy court documents that Anthony knew her daughter was already dead when the search began in 2008.

Anthony was acquitted of murder in her daughter's death, but her attorney said the girl drowned accidentally in a family swimming pool.

Equusearch said Anthony should not be discharged from the $100,000 debt.

In Anthony's bankruptcy case, a hearing Wednesday in Tampa will allow lawyers for two other claimants to ask the bankruptcy judge to extend deadlines for their legal challenges.

Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk are suing Anthony in separate defamation lawsuits.

A judge has ruled that those lawsuits need to play out before Gonzalez and Kronk can be considered claimants in the bankruptcy case.

Anthony has completed a personal financial course, which is a requirement of her bankruptcy. She took the course online.

http://www.cfnews13.com/content/news/cfnews13...

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#26092 May 10, 2013
Casey Anthony lawsuits: Fate unclear after bankruptcy hearing

Gonzalez and Kronk are creditors in Anthony's bankruptcy

May 8, 2013|By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel

What does Casey Anthony's bankruptcy mean for the two defamation lawsuits pending against her? The answer was no less murky after a hearing Wednesday in Tampa.

The suits, brought by Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk, were halted in their tracks by Anthony's January Chapter 7 filing — which she hopes will ultimately end them for good.

Gonzalez and Kronk are both listed as creditors in Anthony's bankruptcy, but because the suits haven't been resolved, it's unclear what — if anything — she owes them.

The parties don't agree on how to settle that question: Anthony's lawyers want a judge in federal court to rule on the suits, likely the quicker alternative.

Gonzalez and Kronk want jury trials in state circuit court, where the Gonzalez claim was well on its way to trial before the Anthony's bankruptcy filing.

Attorneys for Gonzalez and Kronk were in court Wednesday to ask U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May to extend the deadline for them to object to Anthony's bankruptcy until after the suits are wrapped up at the state level.

But May said such a ruling would be premature: "I haven't decided that [the suits] should be heard in state court."

The judge set a hearing for May 30 to argue both issues.

Anthony has been in hiding since her trial in the 2008 death of her daughter, Caylee. Anthony was charged with murder, but only convicted of four misdemeanors for lying to law enforcement, two of which were reversed on appeal.

She did not attend Wednesday's hearing.

Gonzalez sued after Anthony said a similarly named nanny had kidnapped Caylee. The nanny didn't exist, but Gonzalez was linked to the case in the media — upending her life, she says.

Kronk, the meter-reader who found Caylee's body in woods near the Anthony home, says Anthony's attorneys wrongly implicated him in the girl's death.

Anthony's legal team argues both lawsuits are frivolous, and it would be "unfair and unjust to delay or deny her the 'fresh start' that she has legally sought" through bankruptcy.

The hearing came a day after bankruptcy trustee Stephen L. Meininger withdrew his motion to sell the rights to her life story as an asset, in order to pay her many creditors.

Meininger's attorney, Allan Watkins, declined to comment on that decision after Wednesday's court date. Anthony's legal team deferred to Meininger when asked about the trustee's about-face by reporters.

Anthony filed for bankruptcy in January, listing more than $790,000 in debt. Her largest creditor is her criminal attorney Jose Baez, whom she owes $500,000. She declared less than $1,100 in assets.

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2013-05-0...

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#26093 May 10, 2013
I looked in on the Goods thread the other day.

OMG, there are still people on there who think Caylee is alive. Of course, some others think Casey is innocent.

How do these people survive in the real world?

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#26096 May 10, 2013
zazz wrote:
I looked in on the Goods thread the other day.
OMG, there are still people on there who think Caylee is alive. Of course, some others think Casey is innocent.
How do these people survive in the real world?
because they are living in a make believe world with Casey.All of them are full of shit and only do it to try and fight with someone or report them.

I think they miss me raising hell with them lol

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#26097 May 10, 2013
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because they are living in a make believe world with Casey.All of them are full of shit and only do it to try and fight with someone or report them.
I think they miss me raising hell with them lol
I miss my spankings. I miss you.
Sweet53

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#26098 May 11, 2013
zazz wrote:
Casey Anthony lawsuits: Fate unclear after bankruptcy hearing
Gonzalez and Kronk are creditors in Anthony's bankruptcy
May 8, 2013|By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
What does Casey Anthony's bankruptcy mean for the two defamation lawsuits pending against her? The answer was no less murky after a hearing Wednesday in Tampa.
The suits, brought by Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk, were halted in their tracks by Anthony's January Chapter 7 filing — which she hopes will ultimately end them for good.
Gonzalez and Kronk are both listed as creditors in Anthony's bankruptcy, but because the suits haven't been resolved, it's unclear what — if anything — she owes them.
The parties don't agree on how to settle that question: Anthony's lawyers want a judge in federal court to rule on the suits, likely the quicker alternative.
Gonzalez and Kronk want jury trials in state circuit court, where the Gonzalez claim was well on its way to trial before the Anthony's bankruptcy filing.
Attorneys for Gonzalez and Kronk were in court Wednesday to ask U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May to extend the deadline for them to object to Anthony's bankruptcy until after the suits are wrapped up at the state level.
But May said such a ruling would be premature: "I haven't decided that [the suits] should be heard in state court."
The judge set a hearing for May 30 to argue both issues.
Anthony has been in hiding since her trial in the 2008 death of her daughter, Caylee. Anthony was charged with murder, but only convicted of four misdemeanors for lying to law enforcement, two of which were reversed on appeal.
She did not attend Wednesday's hearing.
Gonzalez sued after Anthony said a similarly named nanny had kidnapped Caylee. The nanny didn't exist, but Gonzalez was linked to the case in the media — upending her life, she says.
Kronk, the meter-reader who found Caylee's body in woods near the Anthony home, says Anthony's attorneys wrongly implicated him in the girl's death.
Anthony's legal team argues both lawsuits are frivolous, and it would be "unfair and unjust to delay or deny her the 'fresh start' that she has legally sought" through bankruptcy.
The hearing came a day after bankruptcy trustee Stephen L. Meininger withdrew his motion to sell the rights to her life story as an asset, in order to pay her many creditors.
Meininger's attorney, Allan Watkins, declined to comment on that decision after Wednesday's court date. Anthony's legal team deferred to Meininger when asked about the trustee's about-face by reporters.
Anthony filed for bankruptcy in January, listing more than $790,000 in debt. Her largest creditor is her criminal attorney Jose Baez, whom she owes $500,000. She declared less than $1,100 in assets.
http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2013-05-0...
Thanks for keepinhg us updated Zazz.
When oh when is she ever going to have to go to court and take the stand?
It's beyond me how she gets away with so much crap!!!

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