Tim Miller, in filing his lawsuit, effectively gave Baez's statements 100% credibility.("In a backwards sort of way.")TEXAS EQUUSEARCH MOUNTED SEARCH AND RECOVERY vs CASEY ANTHONY
TES did not realize in the summer and fall of 2008, that CASEY ANTHONY knew that Caylee was not missing, but had been dead since June 16, 2008.
TES only learned as a result of the criminal trial of CASEY ANTHONY in connection to the disappearance and death of her daughter, Caylee, that it based its decision to conduct the massive searches for Caylee, on CASEY ANTHONY'S lies, omissions and deceptions.
In his opening statement at CASEY ANTHONY'S criminal trial, CASEY ANTHONY'S criminal attorney Mr Baez, who had been present at early meetings with the Anthony family, stated following about Caylee: "[s]he was never missing. Caylee Anthony died June 16,2008, when she drowned in her family's swimming pool."
CASEY ANTHONY'S counsel further stated that CASEY ANTHONY and her father were aware that Caylee accidentally drowned and died.
CASEY ANTHONY gladly accepted the benefits conferred upon her by TES knowing, all the time that her daughter was deceased and the search for her daughter was unnecessary, particularly to the extent that searchers were looking for a live child.
As a result, CASEY ANTHONY has been unjustly enriched by the services provided by TES.
Because TES conducted a massive search to CASEY ANTHONY'S benefit, and at TES's sole expense, it would be inequitable for her to retain the benefit without her compensating TES for the funds it expended and the value of its services.
- 12th day of July, 2011
Published On: Oct 21 2013 11:34:24 AM EDT Updated On: Oct 21 2013 12:36:44 PM EDT
Casey Anthony settles lawsuit with Texas EquuSearch
Casey Anthony has settled a lawsuit with Texas EquuSearch, the group that searched for her daughter Caylee in 2008.
Texas Equusearch will be allowed to have an unsecured claim of $75,000 in Anthony's bankruptcy case under the terms of the settlement filed late last week in federal bankruptcy court in Tampa.
The search group won't be entitled to any other claims and won't be able to have any further dealings in her bankruptcy case.
So why is this mutually negotiated settlement, agreeing to damages incurred to TES in the amount of $75000, hardly more than 6th page news?
And what about the 4000 TES volunteers who were looking for a live toddler, searching in swamps, fields, forests and lakes......were they aware they were looking for a live child who had just wandered off, missing for a few months.....calling out "Caylee, Caylee, here Caylee"? That part has never been explained........
Either Tim believed him, or, Tim used it as a means to an end.
Either way, it does leave a bitter taste in the mouth of any outside observer, regardless of whose side one is on.
Sometimes the end doesn't justify the means.