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CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE: Child's Body Found Near Her Florida Home

CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE: Child's Body Found Near Her Florida Home

Commented Dec 12, 2008 at 12:03:05 in Style

“Had this story not remained in the spotlight (Nancy Grace) continuously, the man who discovered the remains may have ignored the plastic bag he stumbled upon. I think the majority of people in Florida are aware of that particular missing child because of Nancy's tenacity. Think of Nancy what you will, but she does deserve credit for keeping this sad story in the spotlight. If the grandparents do show up for Larry King Live to-night, Cindy will be saying the Nanny did it. The two I really feel for are George who looks so bewildered & the innocent little Caylee who may finally have been found & will get a decent burial.”

MalloMel on Dec 12, 2008 at 12:59:23

“Could've... Would've... Should've... We don't really know, now do we? Soap opera, much? :)”
CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE: Child's Body Found Near Her Florida Home

CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE: Child's Body Found Near Her Florida Home

Commented Dec 11, 2008 at 15:21:16 in Style

“If Scott Peterson confessed to his mother's face, she still wouldn't believe he did it.
And if Casey confessed to George & Cindy, we can expect exactly the same bent of mind.
This circus will be playing for a long, long time yet.”
CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE: Child's Body Found Near Her Florida Home

CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE: Child's Body Found Near Her Florida Home

Commented Dec 11, 2008 at 14:44:22 in Style

“Cindy & George are going to say the the nanny did it.”
The Butcher of Bundy Finally Goes to Prison: Thoughts on O.J. Simpson From the Husband of a Murder Victim

The Butcher of Bundy Finally Goes to Prison: Thoughts on O.J. Simpson From the Husband of a Murder Victim

Commented Dec 9, 2008 at 17:01:20 in Media

“Very politely I must say: YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING!”

runnerin1 on Dec 9, 2008 at 18:22:13

“Gramee, I'm not. Again, you're looking at what should have been the conclusion. What I'm saying is you cannot present a case of evidence that was aquired illegally, and feel you can present it anyway, because the guy is guilty. That is why there are rules of conduct. I'm not saying I agree with them, but you must. The LAPD ignored them, and as a result, let a guilty man walk. The jury too knew he was guilty, but, police did not follow procedure. These same police officers, prior, felt like they did not have to follow procedure, when dealing with minorities. Now, they're up against one of the most powerful legal teams ever assembled, and they still tried the same tactics. Minorities recognizing this, knew if there was a conviction, it would be based on personal beliefs, NOT THE EVIDENCE. Remember, a lot of the evidence was not allowed because of the LAPD's methods of obtaining it. Also, once these cops were exposed, again, the people knew, a conviction could only follow if what was presented was ignored. Do a little research, try to open your mind a bit, and you too will understand. Note: was his aquittal ever overtuned, if not, why?”
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Caylee Marie: More Than a Flyer

Commented Dec 6, 2008 at 16:31:22 in Healthy Living

“The fact that Casey partied for a full month after her daughter went missing & said not a word to one soul says it all. During a jail-house conversation with her parents which is now being shown on CNN, Casey told them they " HAD BEEN good grandparents". Her use of the past tense leaves no doubt she knows the child is dead. But like O.J. & Scott Peterson, she'll take her secret to her grave.”

Linn49 on Dec 7, 2008 at 15:49:48

“When her father said he wished he had been a better father and grandfather - he was speaking of issues of the past. Casey responded to him saying he had been good.

Nothing in that indicates a past tense that leaves no doubt Caylee is gone. Just that in the past she felt her dad had done the right things. That was a response to his comment and an appropriate one.”