CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods ...

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Brother Love

#503645 May 23, 2013
Huh?

What Casey did was as horrid as Jodi did( reason for not guilty verdict)? No one even knows what if anything Casey did. How can you even make such a statement.

The family abused Caylee? How? It seems to me that they adored the child.
Sweet Pea wrote:
Casey Anthony is a bigger monster than Jodi Arias!
The murder Casey committed against her defenseless child is as horrid as what Jodi did to Travis Alexander.
The entire Anthony family abused poor Caylee and unlike Jodi's claims, there's proof Caylee suffered abuse, before and after her murder.
I hope none of the Pinellas jury or the Anthony family ever get a sound sleep, and when they go, they suffer a miserable demise for their crimes.

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Since: Apr 13

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#503646 May 23, 2013
LizW wrote:
Huh?
What Casey did was as horrid as Jodi did( reason for not guilty verdict)? No one even knows what if anything Casey did. How can you even make such a statement.
The family abused Caylee? How? It seems to me that they adored the child.
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Reason for the not guilty verdict was the jury was unable to understand the instructions and let her walk. The family abused Caylee to death. She did die while in their care. Her mom just forgot to report it for 31 days.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#503647 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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You don't know the evidence, clearly. George lied from the beginning. George reported the theft of gas cans, which he KNEW Casey most likely took, and of which, he couldn't "get his answers straight" during his State depo.
George, in his LE interviews from the beginning, did everything he could to put the focus on Casey.......which is not what a parent would do.
Baez et al, found these facts suspicious, to say the least. So did many others who studied the case, myself included. I could clearly see Casey's disdain for her father during the Frye hearings, and made comments about it here at that time. To me, it was as though she finally "woke up" and could see clearly that her own father was trying to help the State put her away for a long time. But I wasn't smart enough to figure out what these facts meant......I just knew they were more than suspicious.(My posts, which are registered, are here should you want/need to verify my earlier comments).
The defense did not spin their case to "fit", as I think you are saying. Just the opposite......the facts DO fit with the defense's theory of the case, and of which, I agree. Even without the child molestation accusations...the facts fit.
As to my memory about RG, the only focus I had then and now, were the documents.....not the people who went on TV and made "unsworn" comments.
Of course the focus was on Casey!!! George said she walked out of the house with Caylee on June 9th planning to return the next day and one month later that's the last he saw of his missing granddaughter who until that time lived with him and Cindy. What would you expect but that Casey would be the focus (according to the storyline) since she had been lying to them about where she worked, where she went and who was the nanny who she left Caylee with?

If a grandfather's panic and alarm when speaking with LE who are investigating the disappearance of his 2 year old granddaughter which involve events pertaining to his daughter's secretive and unusual behaviour that clearly do not add up is "suspicious" to you, that's indicative of something wrong with you, not him!
Ross

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#503649 May 23, 2013
Casey is far more terrible than Jodi. The family covering up Casey murdering Caylee is a big part of that reason.

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Since: Feb 09

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#503650 May 23, 2013
Sweet Pea wrote:
Casey Anthony is a bigger monster than Jodi Arias!
The murder Casey committed against her defenseless child is as horrid as what Jodi did to Travis Alexander.
The entire Anthony family abused poor Caylee and unlike Jodi's claims, there's proof Caylee suffered abuse, before and after her murder.
I hope none of the Pinellas jury or the Anthony family ever get a sound sleep, and when they go, they suffer a miserable demise for their crimes.
Oh really??????? Where do you get your facts from?

There was no proof in Casey's case. The State didn't even get the date right. As a matter of FACT, the State NEVER DID say when Caylee died.

You might think that's not important but it IS important; it's called an alibi. You were suckered by media hype.

Sorry you think what you think because it's totally unfair to everyone who supports the justice system that the State be held to their burden of proof.

Casey's jurors DID get it right. Casey's SEQUESTERED jurors did get it right. Unlike the travesty happening in the Jodi Arias case, where those jurors are not protected from outside influences in reaching their verdict on life or death.

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Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#503651 May 23, 2013
Ross wrote:
Casey is far more terrible than Jodi. The family covering up Casey murdering Caylee is a big part of that reason.
It's because of people like you that I truly hope that someday Casey tells her story because, it's unfair that she's still being vilified for something she was acquitted of doing.

But then again, she knows the truth and as long as she doesn't care what people think, she probably never will break her silence. I have to admire that.

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Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#503652 May 23, 2013
Rambler wrote:
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Of course the focus was on Casey!!! George said she walked out of the house with Caylee on June 9th planning to return the next day and one month later that's the last he saw of his missing granddaughter who until that time lived with him and Cindy. What would you expect but that Casey would be the focus (according to the storyline) since she had been lying to them about where she worked, where she went and who was the nanny who she left Caylee with?
If a grandfather's panic and alarm when speaking with LE who are investigating the disappearance of his 2 year old granddaughter which involve events pertaining to his daughter's secretive and unusual behaviour that clearly do not add up is "suspicious" to you, that's indicative of something wrong with you, not him!
They ALL said June 9th, initially. That story didn't change until the night before the bond hearing when LE confronted George and Cindy with the pix taken on June 15th at the nursing home, when Caylee was in Cindy's care.

And there's no "of course" the focus was on Casey, until she couldn't get the script right to LE. The ONLY thing all the stories have in common is, Casey said she had an alive Caylee in her care when she dropped her off at Sawgrass Apartments.

The spin started then and there.

George testified on October 14th, 2008, before the Grand Jury; Casey didn't.

Interesting, isn't it, that their indictment lists the dates of "sometime between JUNE 15th and July 16th."?

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Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#503653 May 23, 2013
Riverside wrote:
<quoted text> Is Judge Perry now on your list of all those who has picked on the 7 time convicted felon who was wrongly acquitted of murdering her child ?
Judge Perry is on my list of what's outrageous about the legal system, especially in Orange County and especially when it comes to the Casey Anthony case.

But my disdain goes beyond those two issues. It's all about what's fair and what isn't fair when it comes to anyone caught up in the justice system..........especially when it comes to what is and isn't admitted into evidence.

When a judge presiding over the case finally reveals his true bias, as Judge Perry did on GMA, it calls into question ALL of his rulings in ALL cases.......especially in the capital cases he presided over.

I'm sorry you don't see the bigger picture here.

“Don't Worry Be Happy”

Since: Apr 09

Happytown, USA

#503656 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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Judge Perry is on my list of what's outrageous about the legal system, especially in Orange County and especially when it comes to the Casey Anthony case.
But my disdain goes beyond those two issues. It's all about what's fair and what isn't fair when it comes to anyone caught up in the justice system..........especially when it comes to what is and isn't admitted into evidence.
When a judge presiding over the case finally reveals his true bias, as Judge Perry did on GMA, it calls into question ALL of his rulings in ALL cases.......especially in the capital cases he presided over.
I'm sorry you don't see the bigger picture here.
Ngrace, a judge IS allowed to have an opinion post criminal trial proceedings. While you may not like or appreciate Judge Perry's views, especially concerning Casey Anthony's guilt or innocence, this is the good ole' US of A, free speech and all that good stuff.

I'm very sure a judge of Judge Perry's stature is more aware of what he is and isn't allowed to say than you are.

“Don't Worry Be Happy”

Since: Apr 09

Happytown, USA

#503657 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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It's because of people like you that I truly hope that someday Casey tells her story because, it's unfair that she's still being vilified for something she was acquitted of doing.
But then again, she knows the truth and as long as she doesn't care what people think, she probably never will break her silence. I have to admire that.
You think anyone who opposes your opinion as to Casey's guilt vilifies Casey Anthony. Casey's vilified herself by her own actions and words.

You admire people for the strangest things. That doesn't make your opinion of her innocence right. Casey knows the truth? What would YOU know about what truth Casey knows? How do you distinguish her lies from her truth?

“Don't Worry Be Happy”

Since: Apr 09

Happytown, USA

#503658 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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They ALL said June 9th, initially. That story didn't change until the night before the bond hearing when LE confronted George and Cindy with the pix taken on June 15th at the nursing home, when Caylee was in Cindy's care.
And there's no "of course" the focus was on Casey, until she couldn't get the script right to LE. The ONLY thing all the stories have in common is, Casey said she had an alive Caylee in her care when she dropped her off at Sawgrass Apartments.
The spin started then and there.
George testified on October 14th, 2008, before the Grand Jury; Casey didn't.
Interesting, isn't it, that their indictment lists the dates of "sometime between JUNE 15th and July 16th."?
Why is it so interesting that a child who was never seen alive after Sunday, June 15, 2008 (evidenced by dated photograph) was determined to have died June 16th, 2008, the last day her mother, her grandmother and her grandfather reported they saw her alive?

Not one person can say or prove with any concrete evidence that
Caylee was ever alive after Monday, June 16th, except by the words of her grandparents (who adored her) and her mother (who lied about where and when she saw her last). I find it interesting that you choose to believe her until this day.

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Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#503659 May 23, 2013
tribe mom wrote:
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Ngrace, a judge IS allowed to have an opinion post criminal trial proceedings. While you may not like or appreciate Judge Perry's views, especially concerning Casey Anthony's guilt or innocence, this is the good ole' US of A, free speech and all that good stuff.
I'm very sure a judge of Judge Perry's stature is more aware of what he is and isn't allowed to say than you are.
He may have an opinion, TM. But he can't go on national TV and basically say the jury got it wrong!

I posted the cannon of ethics a few pages back......you should check them out.

This "ain't" over......wait and see. That's my bet.

Level 7

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#503660 May 23, 2013
tribe mom wrote:
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You think anyone who opposes your opinion as to Casey's guilt vilifies Casey Anthony. Casey's vilified herself by her own actions and words.
You admire people for the strangest things. That doesn't make your opinion of her innocence right. Casey knows the truth? What would YOU know about what truth Casey knows? How do you distinguish her lies from her truth?
It isn't about what story she tells or whether or not it's the truth. What I admire is her silence, in spite of the hatred out there and the constant references to her case being a travesty, led by none other than HLN.

How difficult it must be for her to remain silent, and yes, I do admire anyone who can do that, especially someone acquitted by a jury of murdering her child.

Casey Anthony lied, for sure, but that doesn't mean she killed her kid. I DO KNOW all the evidence in the case, and I KNOW, based upon our system of justice, that her jurors got it right.

"Thinking" she is guilty isn't good enough, in fact, without any proof, it's down right wrong to keep saying that she is guilty, without anything to support it.

Level 7

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#503661 May 23, 2013
tribe mom wrote:
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Why is it so interesting that a child who was never seen alive after Sunday, June 15, 2008 (evidenced by dated photograph) was determined to have died June 16th, 2008, the last day her mother, her grandmother and her grandfather reported they saw her alive?
Not one person can say or prove with any concrete evidence that
Caylee was ever alive after Monday, June 16th, except by the words of her grandparents (who adored her) and her mother (who lied about where and when she saw her last). I find it interesting that you choose to believe her until this day.
You've misread my post completely.

The State NEVER gave us a date..........how can you forget LDB's 31 day-by-day opening statement?

The date was established by the defense as June 16th..........as the "last day she was seen alive".

HOWEVER, the INDICTMENT lists June 15th-July 16th.

You don't find that a bit unusual, considering the ONLY person who said June 16th, also was the only family member to testify before the GJ and in spite of whatever he said during those sealed proceedings, the GJ didn't establish the last time she was "seen alive" commenced sometime from JUNE 16th?

“Stand Your Grund”

Level 6

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#503662 May 23, 2013
Murphey_Law wrote:
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I would like to know, if Judge Perry remember
The Cake Lady?
Could you please forward this question to him for me?
Thank's a Bunch Double Jeopardy!
2793
You've emailed, mailed, called, photocopied, faxed, texted, taped, scanned, typed, and created fake Caylee sightings but you are too lazy to forward your question to Judge Perry?

Lay off the booze!

“Stand Your Grund”

Level 6

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#503663 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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You've misread my post completely.
The State NEVER gave us a date..........how can you forget LDB's 31 day-by-day opening statement?
The date was established by the defense as June 16th..........as the "last day she was seen alive".
HOWEVER, the INDICTMENT lists June 15th-July 16th.
You don't find that a bit unusual, considering the ONLY person who said June 16th, also was the only family member to testify before the GJ and in spite of whatever he said during those sealed proceedings, the GJ didn't establish the last time she was "seen alive" commenced sometime from JUNE 16th?
You've been told this repeatedly, a date of death is NOT required. Try to understand that is the LAW.

“Stand Your Grund”

Level 6

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#503664 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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It isn't about what story she tells or whether or not it's the truth. What I admire is her silence, in spite of the hatred out there and the constant references to her case being a travesty, led by none other than HLN.
How difficult it must be for her to remain silent, and yes, I do admire anyone who can do that, especially someone acquitted by a jury of murdering her child.
Casey Anthony lied, for sure, but that doesn't mean she killed her kid. I DO KNOW all the evidence in the case, and I KNOW, based upon our system of justice, that her jurors got it right.
"Thinking" she is guilty isn't good enough, in fact, without any proof, it's down right wrong to keep saying that she is guilty, without anything to support it.
Casey's attornies instructed her not to speak and she chose not to take the stand and lie that Caylee drowned. Casey appears to be scared to death these days and rightfully so as she is still hated for killing Caylee. Isn't that amazing? Casey is scared to death which as it turns out, is much better than the death penalty. She is free to be scared to death!

Once again, circumstantial evidence is treated the same as direct evidence. Remember that!

“Stand Your Grund”

Level 6

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#503665 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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He may have an opinion, TM. But he can't go on national TV and basically say the jury got it wrong!
Oh yes he can, and he did!

Dingbat!

“Don't Worry Be Happy”

Since: Apr 09

Happytown, USA

#503666 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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He may have an opinion, TM. But he can't go on national TV and basically say the jury got it wrong!
I posted the cannon of ethics a few pages back......you should check them out.
This "ain't" over......wait and see. That's my bet.
I'll check them out as soon as I can ngrace, however I have a little more faith in Judge Perry's intelligence, integrity and expertise in the law. This isn't his first walk in the park.

We'll see sooner or later, but I kind of wish it was "over" for everyones' sake. This whole thing has dragged out long enough (imho).

“Don't Worry Be Happy”

Since: Apr 09

Happytown, USA

#503667 May 23, 2013
ngrace wrote:
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It isn't about what story she tells or whether or not it's the truth. What I admire is her silence, in spite of the hatred out there and the constant references to her case being a travesty, led by none other than HLN.
How difficult it must be for her to remain silent, and yes, I do admire anyone who can do that, especially someone acquitted by a jury of murdering her child.
Casey Anthony lied, for sure, but that doesn't mean she killed her kid. I DO KNOW all the evidence in the case, and I KNOW, based upon our system of justice, that her jurors got it right.
"Thinking" she is guilty isn't good enough, in fact, without any proof, it's down right wrong to keep saying that she is guilty, without anything to support it.
Every move she made, her words, her actions and her deeds pointed to her guilt (but that is just my opinion). As far as her being silent, that may be the ONLY thing Jose Baez taught her those almost three years she was locked up. I'll give him his due. He shut her mouth up the best he could, AND he won her freedom for her. She owes him big time and always will.

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