___Justice For Caylee___Cont.
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26604 Feb 1, 2014
Hi Katt and Zazz.(loving you're new avater)Winter has been cold and long,,hope everyone has been snuggling up,"woo-woo!!)
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26605 Feb 1, 2014
Katt,can't find it now,but the link on Cayleedaily,you posted awhile back,where Blowzo claims the trial was "easy".He's trying to play delushional,I guess he forgot croaked Mason was asking for a plea,he knew it,.they both knew she was guilty.It was as easy as his babykilling client was,that's for sure.I guess he condisders not proving anything about Caylee's supposed drowning made it easier.He couldn't even back that up.

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#26609 Feb 19, 2014
Gonzalez: Casey Anthony refused to answer deposition questions
Casey Anthony was deposed recently at the law office of Cheney Mason, motion says.

By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
10:51 a.m. EST, February 12, 2014

Casey Anthony refused to answer "numerous" questions in a recent deposition by attorneys for a woman suing her for defamation, according to a new motion asking a judge to compel her to talk.

According to the motion filed by Zenaida Gonzalez's lawyers, the deposition was held Jan. 23 at the office of Cheney Mason, one of the attorneys who represented Anthony in her 2011 murder trial.

The motion doesn't say which questions Anthony refused to answer — her lawyers objected to the filing of a transcript — but it indicates that, for some, Mason invoked her Fifth Amendment rights.

Gonzalez's attorneys argue Anthony's criminal case in her daughter's death is over, and there's no basis for her to refuse questions. They want a U.S. bankruptcy judge to order her to answer.

"The criminal proceeding against [Anthony] concluded with an acquittal, and [Anthony] has failed to indicate what specific criminal proceeding she fears is likely or imminent," the motion argues.

The motion is the latest twist in the ongoing legal wrangling surrounding Anthony's Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Gonzalez filed a complaint last year objecting to Anthony's bankruptcy. She argues that because Anthony was "willful and malicious" in damaging her reputation, her defamation suit should survive.

Gonzalez sued after Anthony claimed that a similarly-named nanny had kidnapped her daughter, Caylee, in 2008. Authorities ultimately determined the nanny didn't exist and the girl was dead.

Anthony was later found not guilty of murder after a high-profile trial in 2011. She has been living in hiding since.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/cay...

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#26610 Feb 20, 2014
zazz wrote:
Mom helps fulfill son's dying wish: Birthday cards
By AJ Willingham
updated 2:26 PM EST, Tue January 21, 2014
Chad Everett has advanced cystic fibrosis
He is turning 21 soon, and his mother has asked people to send birthday cards
Chad Everett of Flint, Michigan, is turning 21 on Wednesday. His family knows the hard truth: This will likely be his last birthday.
Everett has had cystic fibrosis since he was a baby. In the last few years, his condition has worsened. Now Everett can't breathe unassisted or walk more than a few feet without getting winded.
However, his mother Michele Everett has made every effort to make sure her son's last few months are meaningful. She's fulfilled a few of his last wishes, and in the past few weeks, she has reached out online to ask for one more favor: Birthday cards.
Everett has used his birthday as a milestone of sorts. When he was given two months to live in November, he balked, saying he was going to make it to his birthday or else. Now that the date is approaching, his mother is asking people to send him well-wishes.
She says the response already has been more than she could have imagined. The responses have multiplied from day to day. "It’s just from all over, different states, and they’re all writing personal notes on there, like ‘Oh, I have a son with cystic fibrosis’ or ‘Hang in there and keep fighting,’" she told HLN affiliate WWJ-TV. "It’s just awesome. Some of them are even drawing pictures and it’s just overwhelming, the kindness that people are showing.”
If you're interested in dropping a line to Chad Everett and his family, their address is:
9165 Chatwell Club Drive, Apartment #14
Davison, Michigan 48423
He received over a million cards.

Thanks to anyone who participated.

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lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26611 Feb 26, 2014
Good morning Zazz!! Watching news this morning,new documents coming out today from Zenedia case.It's soppossed to predate from the criminal case,they are going to be talking about it on the news at noon.

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#26614 Feb 26, 2014
Casey Anthony: the baby sitter was a real person
At bankruptcy deposition, accused killer of little Caylee says there really was baby sitter named Zenaida Gonzalez. At her murder trial, attorney Jose Baez told jurors Casey made up the story.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 10:38 AM

ORLANDO, Fla.— Casey Anthony maintains that a baby sitter her attorney acknowledged was fabricated at her 2011 murder trial is a real person.

Anthony, who has been in hiding since her trial, was questioned in a Jan. 23 deposition related to her ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. A transcript of the deposition was filed Tuesday in Orlando, Fla., federal court.

Anthony was acquitted in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. After Caylee disappeared in 2008, Anthony told investigators a baby sitter named Zenaida Gonzalez had kidnapped the toddler. The Kissimmee, Fla., woman sued Anthony, claiming her reputation has been ruined.

According to the transcript, Anthony told Gonzalez's attorneys she met the baby sitter at Universal Studios in 2006 and the women were friends for a little over a year. She said she left Caylee in her care on one occasion in 2006.

The baby sitter did not actually kidnap Caylee, nor did the woman suing for defamation, Anthony said. She declined to answer the attorneys' questions about why she had lied to investigators.

Anthony waited a month before reporting Caylee missing. The trial ended in her acquittal on the murder charge, but she was convicted on charges of lying to law enforcement.

During the contentious deposition, Anthony declined to answer many questions and she refused to answer all questions about her daughter. Gonzalez's attorneys plan to ask a judge to compel her to respond. A hearing on that motion is scheduled next week.

"Now, is there any way in the world that you could suggest to me that I might find this person to see if she ever existed?" Gonzalez's attorney Keith Mitnik asked Anthony.

Anthony replied, "I don't know if you could or not, sir."

During her murder trial, Anthony's attorney Jose Baez told jurors the baby sitter story was fabricated. During the deposition, Anthony's attorney Cheney Mason said she was not responsible for Baez's statements in court.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/case...

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#26615 Feb 26, 2014

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#26627 Apr 30, 2014
Belvin Perry discusses mental-health crisis

By Hal BoedekerStaff writer

4:24 p.m. EDT, April 29, 2014

The topics in local public-affairs programs this weekend include Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr.,Lake Apopka and the 2014 Florida Legislative Session.

Perry talks to Greg Warmoth on "Central Florida Spotlight" at 12:30 p.m. Saturday on WFTV-Channel 9. Perry discusses how the court system is dealing with the mental-health crisis and the costs of improving care and treatment facilities. Perry also talks about his personal life and his plans after he leaves the bench.

News 13's "Political Connections" reviews the 2014 Florida Legislative Session at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday. News 13's Ybeth Bruzual and Al Ruechel join Tallahassee bureau chief Troy Kinsey to discuss the bills that passed, failed or didn't make it to the floor during the session, scheduled to end Friday. The bills they examine include Charlotte's Web bill (about the low-THC cannabis extract) and the Growler bill, which would regulate how much product could be sold on the premises by local craft brewers and microbreweries. The program will use PolitiFact to weigh new political claims.

On "Orlando Matters," host John Brown focuses on the cleanup of Lake Apopka. The program airs at 7 a.m. Saturday on WRBW-Channel 65. Jim Thomas, president of Friends of Lake Apopka, discusses why the lake became so polluted. Hark Largin with the St. Johns River Water Management District talks about how government funding is helping clean up muck on the lake's bottom. Kay Cappleman, director of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, looks at how Winter Garden is benefiting from a renewed interest in the lake
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26628 May 1, 2014
zazz wrote:
Casey Anthony: the baby sitter was a real person
At bankruptcy deposition, accused killer of little Caylee says there really was baby sitter named Zenaida Gonzalez. At her murder trial, attorney Jose Baez told jurors Casey made up the story.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 10:38 AM
ORLANDO, Fla.— Casey Anthony maintains that a baby sitter her attorney acknowledged was fabricated at her 2011 murder trial is a real person.
Anthony, who has been in hiding since her trial, was questioned in a Jan. 23 deposition related to her ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. A transcript of the deposition was filed Tuesday in Orlando, Fla., federal court.
Anthony was acquitted in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. After Caylee disappeared in 2008, Anthony told investigators a baby sitter named Zenaida Gonzalez had kidnapped the toddler. The Kissimmee, Fla., woman sued Anthony, claiming her reputation has been ruined.
According to the transcript, Anthony told Gonzalez's attorneys she met the baby sitter at Universal Studios in 2006 and the women were friends for a little over a year. She said she left Caylee in her care on one occasion in 2006.
The baby sitter did not actually kidnap Caylee, nor did the woman suing for defamation, Anthony said. She declined to answer the attorneys' questions about why she had lied to investigators.
Anthony waited a month before reporting Caylee missing. The trial ended in her acquittal on the murder charge, but she was convicted on charges of lying to law enforcement.
During the contentious deposition, Anthony declined to answer many questions and she refused to answer all questions about her daughter. Gonzalez's attorneys plan to ask a judge to compel her to respond. A hearing on that motion is scheduled next week.
"Now, is there any way in the world that you could suggest to me that I might find this person to see if she ever existed?" Gonzalez's attorney Keith Mitnik asked Anthony.
Anthony replied, "I don't know if you could or not, sir."
During her murder trial, Anthony's attorney Jose Baez told jurors the baby sitter story was fabricated. During the deposition, Anthony's attorney Cheney Mason said she was not responsible for Baez's statements in court.
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/case...
Hi Zazz!! So now physcopath is claiming there was a real Zenedia?? It's actually funny because she just keeps lying to no end,at all times.Like can she prove she exists? Hell no she can't . She should be made to answer all these questions,she is also suing back at Zenedia,as I recall,so she's open to all questions weather she wants to lie on each and every one of them,because that's basically what she's going to be doing.Babykiller is lying on every court case she is involved with and if she can't answer any of these wheather it's in bankrupsty,criminal,or the civil cases coming up,maybe will of these judges will throw her nasty thing in jail.Or send her away for the criminally insane.Go fiqure,two Zenedia's now.I hope you have been doing good!!

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#26629 May 1, 2014
Casey Anthony clothing, bags for sale

A so-called "murderabilia" site has several of Casey Anthony's items and is auctioning them off.

http://cdn.ph.upi.com/sv/em/upi/UPI-682138965...

Jan. 13 (UPI)-- Clothing and other items belonging to Casey Anthony are for sale on a so-called "murderabilia" website that specializes in crime-related items.

Eric Holler, owner of serialkillersink.net , said he purchased the items from Christina Werner, who videotaped a garage sale at Anthony's parents' house last summer.

"I'm catering to supply and demand," Holler said, but added that he would not sell Caylee Anthony's toys, which he said crossed a line.

His site has items from Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy and David Berkowitz, and has a whole section on Anthony -- who, it must be said, was not convicted of murder, manslaughter or child abuse. Holler said he provides a "certificate of authenticity" along with each item.

Casey Anthony was arrested and charged with the murder of her daughter, Caylee, in 2008. Anthony was found not guilty of three charges of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter and aggravated child abuse, but was convicted of providing false information to police.

Read more: http://www.upi.com/blog/2014/01/13/Casey-Anth...
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26630 May 3, 2014
Claiming two Zenedia's?? Goes to show Mintick can prove Caylee's death was premeditaied,according to babykiller,so let her claim this new information..No drowning ever occuried in Caylee's death.

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#26631 May 20, 2014
Jody Arias in the courtroom last Friday. Prison stripes look good on her sorry ass.

http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php...
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26632 May 23, 2014
zazz wrote:
Belvin Perry discusses mental-health crisis
By Hal BoedekerStaff writer
4:24 p.m. EDT, April 29, 2014
The topics in local public-affairs programs this weekend include Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr.,Lake Apopka and the 2014 Florida Legislative Session.
Perry talks to Greg Warmoth on "Central Florida Spotlight" at 12:30 p.m. Saturday on WFTV-Channel 9. Perry discusses how the court system is dealing with the mental-health crisis and the costs of improving care and treatment facilities. Perry also talks about his personal life and his plans after he leaves the bench.
News 13's "Political Connections" reviews the 2014 Florida Legislative Session at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday. News 13's Ybeth Bruzual and Al Ruechel join Tallahassee bureau chief Troy Kinsey to discuss the bills that passed, failed or didn't make it to the floor during the session, scheduled to end Friday. The bills they examine include Charlotte's Web bill (about the low-THC cannabis extract) and the Growler bill, which would regulate how much product could be sold on the premises by local craft brewers and microbreweries. The program will use PolitiFact to weigh new political claims.
On "Orlando Matters," host John Brown focuses on the cleanup of Lake Apopka. The program airs at 7 a.m. Saturday on WRBW-Channel 65. Jim Thomas, president of Friends of Lake Apopka, discusses why the lake became so polluted. Hark Largin with the St. Johns River Water Management District talks about how government funding is helping clean up muck on the lake's bottom. Kay Cappleman, director of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, looks at how Winter Garden is benefiting from a renewed interest in the lake
Hi Zazz!! I know you hate Perry but even he was like.,she did it,all the way.He just Idid'nt relize this jury was going to be so easy too convince.The verdict of Caylee's death,did'nt hold no weight,and still doesn' wlould be interesting if they did a follow up with the jury after the years since they aquitted the killer."Clink.Clink" One strong Margi coming up.
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26633 May 23, 2014
zazz wrote:
Belvin Perry discusses mental-health crisis
By Hal BoedekerStaff writer
4:24 p.m. EDT, April 29, 2014
The topics in local public-affairs programs this weekend include Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr.,Lake Apopka and the 2014 Florida Legislative Session.
Perry talks to Greg Warmoth on "Central Florida Spotlight" at 12:30 p.m. Saturday on WFTV-Channel 9. Perry discusses how the court system is dealing with the mental-health crisis and the costs of improving care and treatment facilities. Perry also talks about his personal life and his plans after he leaves the bench.
News 13's "Political Connections" reviews the 2014 Florida Legislative Session at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday. News 13's Ybeth Bruzual and Al Ruechel join Tallahassee bureau chief Troy Kinsey to discuss the bills that passed, failed or didn't make it to the floor during the session, scheduled to end Friday. The bills they examine include Charlotte's Web bill (about the low-THC cannabis extract) and the Growler bill, which would regulate how much product could be sold on the premises by local craft brewers and microbreweries. The program will use PolitiFact to weigh new political claims.
On "Orlando Matters," host John Brown focuses on the cleanup of Lake Apopka. The program airs at 7 a.m. Saturday on WRBW-Channel 65. Jim Thomas, president of Friends of Lake Apopka, discusses why the lake became so polluted. Hark Largin with the St. Johns River Water Management District talks about how government funding is helping clean up muck on the lake's bottom. Kay Cappleman, director of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, looks at how Winter Garden is benefiting from a renewed interest in the lake
The jury should have taken a freakin mental examine before they were seated.
lisa

Mount Vernon, IL

#26634 May 24, 2014
Blowzo now wears glasses just like babykiller did.Like somehow they think the look smarter.Projecting themselves.

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#26635 May 24, 2014
By Jen Heger - Assistant Managing Editor

Six years after two-year-old Caylee Anthony was brutally murdered, her mother, Casey Anthony is playing the victim. RadarOnline.com has learned that Anthony has formally asked a judge to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed against her, saying it’s “pure fiction,” and a waste of judicial resources for it to proceed. What’s more, she wants the plaintiff to pay her legal fees!

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Who better to recognize "pure fiction" than the baby murdering slut from Orlando?

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#26636 May 25, 2014
lisa wrote:
<quoted text> The jury should have taken a freakin mental examine before they were seated.
Yes, and Perry should have given the state time to select a proper jury, especially given the magnitude of the case.

Poor Caylee, let down by her mother, grandparents and the justice system.

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#26637 May 25, 2014
Li Lisa. Nice to see you. Hope all is well with you and yours.

Are you having crazy weather up there? It's been badd here. A weird winter and now a spring that has swung from cold to hot and back again numerous times.

Having a thunderstorm right now. So LOUD, I hate it.

.
Clink clink.
zazz

United States

#26639 Jun 26, 2014
Casey Anthony jurors couldn't agree on motive

Orlando : FL : USA
Jun 23, 2014 at 7:34 PM PDT
BY Chelsea Hoffman

Casey Anthony is still living freely and happily among the public after being acquitted in the murder of her daughter. If you're among the many who are still angered by this fact, then you're about to be infuriated. This report shares that the jurors in the high profile case that allowed a possible murderer to walk free couldn't seem to figure out what spelled out in front of them.

The state of Florida certainly didn't pick an A-Team when it came to choosing jurors for this trial. These people were so worthless that they couldn't even figure out and agree upon a motive -- a motive that was all but obvious to the rest of the world that watched this case. These jurors saw before them a pathological liar who got pregnant at a young age, who refused to reveal the father's identity, who did not want to go through with the pregnancy but did anyway, who felt like she was competing for attention from her parents with her own daughter, who refused to report the child missing for an entire month while she partied and had a wonderful time as if she never had a child at all. The jurors had a hard time with figuring out the motive behind Caylee Marie Anthony's murder. These jurors failed Caylee Anthony and failed the entire system because they were dense. The motive couldn't have been more clear if it had been tied up with a pretty bow and presented to them.

What do you think of this latest revelation? Certainly Casey Anthony herself couldn't be happier.

http://conservativepost.com/what-trey-gowdy-j...
zazz

United States

#26640 Jun 26, 2014
Perry is such a piss poor judge. He let Bozo run wild in the courtroom and never sanctioned him. He refused to allow proper time for jury selection, resulting in 12 brain dead nitwits finding her not guilty. I could go on but I don't want to get worked up this time of night.

Suffice it to say, there ain't no justice sometimes. I'm awaiting the day Karma bites her ugly black poxed ass.

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