I have always found it ludicrous that the three people living in the home with a two-year old toddler didn't know the EXACT date her only child and their only beloved granddaughter disappeared from their life.<quoted text>
TM, you're forgetting that Casey never said June 16th....she said June 9th before her 1st arrest.
The date only changed with the discovery of the nursing home pix.
Cindy did testify about Father's Day activities,("snug as bugs in a rug watching videos").
George, however, in his LE interview in 2008, was asked if Casey's car was at the home when he arrived home after work that night and he couldn't remember if it was or wasn't, BUT, that Caylee was asleep in Cindy's bed.
In other words, he remembered the details he wanted remembered such as Caylee was asleep in Cindy's bed, but he couldn't remember if her mother, Casey, was at home at 11:00PM on Father's Day evening when he arrived after work.
Cindy said Casey came home around 7PM, iirc. The reason I believe George couldn't "remember" was because the script was still a work in progress when he gave his LE interview.
Hope this makes sense......too tired to re-write it tonight.
I don't believe any script nonsense. Also, I was the grandparent listed to pick up my step-granddaughter. My step-daughter had me listed as the emergency person to pick her up from her daycare and her elementary school, even though I worked at the time between her 1st and 3rd birthday, not quite sure why she didn't list my husband or her mom. She didn't live with any of us, but believe you me, I knew who and where my grandchild was being cared for.