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    Anthony Defense Questions Whether Evidence Staged

    "Of all the disturbing images surrounding the death of Caylee Anthony, none may be as distressing as one prosecutors have prepared -- a computerized composite of her skull with duct tape appearing to be reattached....
    ...But at least one of the photographs showing the skull and duct tape is being challenged in depositions by Anthony’s defense attorneys, as they prepare for the May 9 jury selection."

    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/27004744/detail.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reality Orlando View Post
    "Of all the disturbing images surrounding the death of Caylee Anthony, none may be as distressing as one prosecutors have prepared -- a computerized composite of her skull with duct tape appearing to be reattached.......But at least one of the photographs showing the skull and duct tape is being challenged in depositions by Anthony’s defense attorneys, as they prepare for the May 9 jury selection."

    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/27004744/detail.html
    Bold mine.

    Why is clickorlando using the word "reattached", as if to imply that the duct tape was attached, then came off, and was now reattached. Is this another media outlet putting their stamp of approval on the defense?

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    I can just see ICA having to sit there while the prosecution describes this horrid image. She won't be able to contain herself.... again.

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    Yes the evidence was staged!!!!! By ICA when she placed the duct tape on her baby's face!!!
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    I guess they are trying anything they can to make people think this is a cliff hanger. Oooh, stay tuned...news at 11!!

    Either that or they are the dimmest bulbs in the ceiling fan.

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    *sigh*...*sigh*...What a load of nonsense. This will get them nowhere.
    Justice for GEORGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horace Finklestein View Post
    *sigh*...*sigh*...What a load of nonsense. This will get them nowhere.
    ITA. And the defense trying to say the evidence was staged is about as ludicrous as George saying he didn't mow his yard for five weeks. Are we supposed to believe that RK picked up the skull broke the mandible off, ran down to the A's house, took the Henkel Duct tape, ran back, fixed the mandible (why?!) then took the roll back, noticed that silly old George left his blowhole open on his gas can, fixed that, sloppily...decided to have a swim, moved the pool ladder and left the gate open?

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    "In an interview with investigators less than a week after finding the remains, Kronk said he “lifted it barely … I just kinda lifted it up a little bit … and then I just dropped it.”
    It’s that lifting and dropping that defense attorney Cheney Mason used to question medical examiner Dr. Jan Garavaglia during her September 2010 deposition."


    What a joke. Did Kronk poke the skull with a stick or not---and if so, did it move up and down a little...????

    WHO CARES ? Do they think the jury really gives a hoot if poor sweet Caylees duct taped skull moved or not when Kronk poked it?


    I remember when Baez firat took the case---he said that he was going to explain the unusual behavior of a young mother who did not report her child missing, and who seemed not to grieve. Baez said there was a very good explanation for that odd behavior, and during the trial he would share that information, and we would all understand exactly what happened. Trying to determine of the skull 'lifted' when it was found will not explain anything to us. imo
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    OMG IM GOING TO SCREAM! Tonight is just too much. I'm going home and I'm going to crack a beer first thing! Then, I will sleep and hope I can handle this Craziness in the morning!
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    Tampering: 1) to carry on underhand or improper negotiations (as by bribery) 2) to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse.

    I don't understand how they get the word "tampering" from Roy Kronk's deposition? Now, I know we haven't had a chance to read the deposition, but from the report they had on television, it seems they are using Roy Kronk's statement about poking through Caylee's eyesocket (so sad) as the determining factor in accusing him of tampering? Am I understanding this right?

    Like I said in the other thread... there was a lot more tampering done to Caylee's remains by animals, the Florida summer elements, and Dominic Casey than Roy Kronk poking to make sure he knew what he was looking at. A lot worse things happened to Caylee in those 6 months that she layed out in those woods than what Roy Kronk did and I can not believe the defense is STILL going in this direction.

    I really do not think that a jury is going to take too kindly to the defense attacking this man. He did the right thing... as far back as August 08! He called LE which is more than anyone can say about Casey Anthony. Yes, it sucks that the responding officer was such a tool, but how does that make Roy Kronk the bad guy? Although I consider Roy Kronk Caylee's hero, but I would never want to be in his position, and not because of what the defense is doing. He found the duct-taped skull of a two-year-old murdered child... it is something that no one should ever have to witness... and he did. He has to live with that picture in his head... not Casey... not Cindy... not George... not Dominic Casey (Thank GOD!)... not Jose Baez or anyone on Casey's defense team. Detectives and Medical Examiners have made it their lifes work to have to witness such horrific images... not meter readers!

    Thank you Mr. Kronk for doing the right thing and continuing to keep your eyes open for Caylee... she needed someone like you and I hope that once this trial is over that you can go on to live your in peace. You are a hero!


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    Tampering? I don't see checking an object to determine what it is tampering. Now if KC had reported that Caylee was in those woods and RK had run in there and moved what was obviously a child then yeah, I would say arrest him. But a weathered skull doesn't look like a child. And I can see him checking to see if he is really seeing that or something else.

    They are trying to imply that Kronk changed the scene to evade arrest himself. But how would moving the skull a minute amt help him at all? It wouldn't. It wouldn't implicate him or KC. All it would do is allow him to identify that indeed what he was seeing was a skull, and give him what he needed to actually get LE to look at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LancelotLink View Post
    ITA. And the defense trying to say the evidence was staged is about as ludicrous as George saying he didn't mow his yard for five weeks. Are we supposed to believe that RK picked up the skull broke the mandible off, ran down to the A's house, took the Henkel Duct tape, ran back, fixed the mandible (why?!) then took the roll back, noticed that silly old George left his blowhole open on his gas can, fixed that, sloppily...decided to have a swim, moved the pool ladder and left the gate open?
    there is nothing funny about this case but when I just read this post I LOL'd trying to envision this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LancelotLink View Post
    ITA. And the defense trying to say the evidence was staged is about as ludicrous as George saying he didn't mow his yard for five weeks. Are we supposed to believe that RK picked up the skull broke the mandible off, ran down to the A's house, took the Henkel Duct tape, ran back, fixed the mandible (why?!) then took the roll back, noticed that silly old George left his blowhole open on his gas can, fixed that, sloppily...decided to have a swim, moved the pool ladder and left the gate open?
    Bold mine.

    You made me laugh soooo hard, LL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LancelotLink View Post
    ITA. And the defense trying to say the evidence was staged is about as ludicrous as George saying he didn't mow his yard for five weeks. Are we supposed to believe that RK picked up the skull broke the mandible off, ran down to the A's house, took the Henkel Duct tape, ran back, fixed the mandible (why?!) then took the roll back, noticed that silly old George left his blowhole open on his gas can, fixed that, sloppily...decided to have a swim, moved the pool ladder and left the gate open?
    Darn those squirrels...betcha they were behind all the running back and fourth....payback for the dead squirell that made it to the engine....

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    Originally posted by LolaMoon08...

    Tampering: 1) to carry on underhand or improper negotiations (as by bribery) 2) to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse.

    I don't understand how they get the word "tampering" from Roy Kronk's deposition? Now, I know we haven't had a chance to read the deposition, but from the report they had on television, it seems they are using Roy Kronk's statement about poking through Caylee's eyesocket (so sad) as the determining factor in accusing him of tampering? Am I understanding this right?

    Like I said in the other thread... there was a lot more tampering done to Caylee's remains by animals, the Florida summer elements, and Dominic Casey than Roy Kronk poking to make sure he knew what he was looking at. A lot worse things happened to Caylee in those 6 months that she layed out in those woods than what Roy Kronk did and I can not believe the defense is STILL going in this direction.

    I really do not think that a jury is going to take too kindly to the defense attacking this man. He did the right thing... as far back as August 08! He called LE which is more than anyone can say about Casey Anthony. Yes, it sucks that the responding officer was such a tool, but how does that make Roy Kronk the bad guy? Although I consider Roy Kronk Caylee's hero, but I would never want to be in his position, and not because of what the defense is doing. He found the duct-taped skull of a two-year-old murdered child... it is something that no one should ever have to witness... and he did. He has to live with that picture in his head... not Casey... not Cindy... not George... not Dominic Casey (Thank GOD!)... not Jose Baez or anyone on Casey's defense team. Detectives and Medical Examiners have made it their lifes work to have to witness such horrific images... not meter readers!

    Thank you Mr. Kronk for doing the right thing and continuing to keep your eyes open for Caylee... she needed someone like you and I hope that once this trial is over that you can go on to live your in peace. You are a hero!
    I couldn't agree more with LolaMoon08. Also, another thank you goes out to Mr. Kronk. You deserved a much higher reward, and a million more thank you's than you received.You were a turning point in this tragic horror that had to happen. You made it so much more possible for little Caylee to get the justice that she so very much deserves. You deserve respect on so many different levels. It really hasn't been portrayed that way. Where would we currently be in this case if it hadn't been for you? You went the extra mile to help find an adorable, precious, beautiful baby girl, that was gone, with no honest answers to help find her. And, she disappeared while in the care of her cruel, jealous, and vindictive (so-called) mother. You ARE, without a doubt, the hero in Caylee Anthony's life story. God Bless you.
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