What is it you'd like to ask? I'm here now, so have at it.<quoted text>
Notice if you ask ngraciie a question that's disproves her accidental-drowning theory, it goes ignored?
In her world apparently it is quite rational for a father who was at the scene of an accidental drowning to frame his daughter for murder by implicating himself with duct tape.
As to your "conclusion", yes, I do find it based upon what's in actual evidence, that it is entirely possible that that is what happened. And to both you and DAYS, who challenge my opinion as being a hypothetical opening statement theory only and should not be taken for the truth, I beg to differ. Baez offered this during opening statements, true, but he also says in his book that he didn't take it as the truth until he researched it. I have done the same and I, too, find it very plausible, based upon the facts of the case.
However, when I have tried to point out those facts. I've been attacked, so I have decided to just stay away from that subject,(as was the intended result).
And once again, I'm not related to, or even know, any of the players in this entire saga. I'm just someone who believes that Casey did not hurt her child and would very much like to find out who put her daughter's body in those woods.