So his son is going to testify that his dad did this? Are you kidding me?
BTW, Nancy Grace tonight said that RK's "estranged son" will testify that RK boasted about knowing where the body was a month or more before he "found" it.
Not that I think NG is a particularly accurate source, nor do I think it matters (in this trial) whether RK "played" with the body, but I thought I should mention it.
Just conjecture, but something like RK said, "I bet I could find that child if I searched" and the kid now claims RK said, "I know where the body is."
Thanks you guys! I thought I just missed something important. That Baez has got some nerve!
"All other things being equal, the simplest solution is the best." Occam's Razor.
Protect the littlest....
JB made not even a litte bit of sense with his foof about Kronk. I think he even confused himself.
If there's hink....there must be stink.
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They need Kronk to prove that the body was not in the trunk. If Kronk had it, then it was never in the trunk and all the science that suggests it was there is just "junk".
Ok, here's a story that's supposed to be true according to the "THE LEGEND OF SUBURBAN LANE"!!! (cue eerie music)
It is said that in an area that gets flooded after tropical storms, off Suburban Lane, that the ghost of a little girl can be seen rising from the earth and walking around.
It all started back in June of 2008. The little girl lived in an idyllic household with a beautiful loving mother, grandmother and a loving grandfather to her, however that same man had evilly molested the little girls mother, but the little girl had all of her favorite things. A Winnie the Pooh collection, a shelf full of her favorite DVD's, a beautiful little playhouse and most of all her beloved swimming pool.
Early one morning the little girl awoke before anyone in the house and decided she was going to take a swim. A little later the mean old grandfather woke up and yelled at his long suffering daughter. Where was the little girl he demanded to know. After all of the abuse she'd endured since age 8 by her father she particularly rued not moving out by then.
Oh my she yelled and immediately they started to tear the house apart looking for the little girl. Sadly it was the evil grandfather that found the child in the pool. Nobody would say he killed her, just that he found her in the pool and that when her mother came around the corner she found the evil grandpa holding the dead child. He screamed at her that she would go away for life if her parental negligence were ever discovered! She began to cry and he took pity on her and decided to help her hide the body. Even though he knew negligence would never put her away for life.
You see the evil grandpa had been a policeman for several years at one time and thought about what to do. He immediately dismissed calling the police and telling the truth even though every cop in this situation knew it would be the smartest thing to do. Why? Nobody knows. Nobody was saying he killed her just that he didn't do the right thing then.
Suddenly he got a great idea! I'll take all of the stuff I can possibly find to link her to the house and make her fairly easy to identify. Then I'll triple bag her and cast her 20 feet off the road on Suburban Lane. That's where his police training had paid off. His years in law enforcement had given him the ability to devise such a clever plan.
However, the mother was so upset that she fled the house not to be seen for 31 days. Now after 31 days had passed she was confident enough to stop avoiding her mother and to get into the car with her because she believed everything was ok. She quickly learned that the evil grandpa had never told her mother of the accident and she began to panic and tell lies to everybody.
A couple of weeks later an evil money grubbing, fame seeking and morally bankrupt meter reader discovered the body!! Ha! Ha! he exclaimed I found the little girls body. Now I can claim the $225,000 and be famous for finding this missing child. He pointed out the bag with the body to some co-workers he was with but they all became so enamored of a dead snake that they refused to look. Drats! I'll have to call the police myself now and not have to worry about anyone wanting to split the reward with me. So later on he called the cops.
The cop showed up and looked but was scared off by a snake. Grrrrr! I'll have to call again tomorrow and so he did. This time was equally disappointing and the cop left without inspecting the bag. Oh well, the meter reader thought, I'll grab the bag myself and hide it somewhere. Who cares if I'm caught with it. It smells terrible but I've got just the place to hide it. To this day, where that was remains a mystery.
A couple of months later the evil meter reader called his son who hated him and proudly exclaimed that he was going to find the little girls body and be rich and famous. Then, after waiting another month, he put the bag with the body back in the same place. He carefully pulled plants up through the bag to make it look like it had been there for months. He had a car repair bill for around $1,000 right then and that $225,000 would come in handy right about now.
This time the police took his call seriously and he was rewarded with fame and $15,000 from GMA. Why not the $225,000? Alas, he had not read the fine print on the reward poster. Along with getting his car bill paid with the $15, 000 he used some of the other money to see an eye doctor.
The poor mother of the dead child was railroaded in court and given the death penalty. Now that's all for tonight kiddies. Sweet dreams.
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JB asked GA if the duct tape was at the "Caylee Missing" booth. I think he will try to say that RK stole the tape from the booth and he is the one that used it on Caylee - and to back up this totally absurd weird lame, grasping at straws, theory JB will use RK's ex's depo about him duct taping her and therefore RK must have a "duct tape" fetish......yeal that's the ticket. It's not ineffective defense, because they are putting on a defense. It's Cirque du Absurd Defense. Does that qualify for an appeal?
...the humble opinion of Jo Schmo...0 number of Days Jury Deliberated for Caylee
So...RK stumbles upon a dead child's body wrapped in 3 garbage bags and a laundry bag. RK knows it is Caylee even though it's been 2 months decomposing. He makes a couple of phone calls to police, all the while stashing the body in some other unknown location. Then, for whatever reason, he plants the body, garbage bags and all on Suburban drive. Yes, he waited until the body was skeletonized too. Makes perfect sense, doesn't it?
I get the feeling that Kronk's statement that he'd hit the lottery and was going to be rich/famous could be deeply sarcastic. "Lucky me", kinda deal. mo
It's been a while since I thought about Kronk so I went back to read some of the threads. MR's connections was/is one of the big mysteries of this case to me for several reasons. There was LP's "daisy chain" theory - which seemed to be involving a discussion between ICA and JB, overheard by MR's girlfriend who worked at the jail, told to MR, who tried with varying degrees of urgency to get police to look. There were the mysterious pavers, which the PI's searched for and found, although they ended up being the wrong pavers. The LP theory being that the PIs were tipped off that they could find Caylee in that area, near the pavers in a bag... and maybe MR was tipped with the same, incomplete and vague information. This makes a lot of sense to me.
I have long been confused by the various descriptions of the "bag" MR saw, which he described at various times as "gray", "metallic silver", "vinyl" and "like a pool cover". Of course we now know it was a black garbage bag and a laundry bag which was neither gray nor silver nor vinyl. If he had a vague tip like "I heard ICA tell JB the body is in that area near pavers in a bag" he could have looked, seen a bag, and reported it. Oops, wrong bag. Ok, looks again, another bag, calls it in, still not the right bag. At some point tells his son he knows where the body is and he is going to report it and be famous. Son encourages him to go ahead and do it, I would assume. So the third time he goes all the way into the trees and looks specifically for bones because there is no point in continuing to report the wrong bag. Finds it, reports it, forgets to read the small print (what weird terminology, JB) and is cleared by police almost immediately.
I don't know. I have thought all along he had information given to him somehow. JB's theory that MR moved the body is ludicrous though and doesn't even make any sense with the DT theory. I need to listen that part again. I think the mystery location MR found it is exactly where it was when police arrived. But I think he reported completely different bags the first two times because his information was too vague.
And I think the change in CA's demeanor around 11/15 when her PIs were doing their searches was when she learned the truth... I don't think she would have been so changed by a psychic tip but she would have been by a tip passed to her by ICA or her DT. And so she sends the PIs out to follow the same credible yet vague tip that MR got.
FWIW I still think MR is the hero who found Caylee. I just don't think he was simply lucky.
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