This is a perfect example of how you see things that aren't there -- because you lack the ability to appreciate that not everyone is YOU. You take one simple statement, knowing at the same time George Anthony had been a police officer and probably routinely broke bad news to others, and spin it into something nefarious based upon your sanctimonious judgement of what you would do in the same circumstance - which no normal person would relish imagining in the first place!<quoted text>
George did ask LE if they found Caylee and it was bad news, to let him be the one to break it to Cindy first. Odd thing to say, given the circumstances. I know that would be the last thing on my mind if I was sitting in police headquarters over the disappearance of my granddaughter and possible involvement of my daughter in harming her in some fatal manner.
Come on, Marce, who would say something like that? I know I would rather have the cops with me if I was the bearer of tragic news, especially if it was criminal in nature. In fact, I would ask the cops to break it to my loved one, while I stood by and offered comfort. I would be too upset over the news to be able to speak, let alone, talk about it. I would want all the support group I could find, because I would be worried about my spouse's reaction....as apparently was George. In fact, now that I think about it, if I was so concerned about how my spouse would react, I would make SURE I had someone with me.
I sympathize with people in your life who you undoubtedly aren't allowed to even think, let alone make choices, unless you approve.