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    Quote Originally Posted by logicalgirl View Post
    Two points - FKC's car was not in the garage, and since she was just popping home for something and was with Tony L , not living at home at the time, there would have been no reason for her to have backed her car into the driveway. So it was either parked nose in on the driveway, or it was parked on the street. Walking out of their usual house entry through the garage, George would not be able to see into FKC's car trunk.

    And I do not recall George ever saying he "saw" the gas cans in the trunk. He didn't walk to the trunk with her - she was already in mid temper tantrum at being "caught" with the gas cans.
    The gas cans are a sideshow here ... if Caylee was not in trunk, I'm sure that FCA would have let GA get the wedge and discover the gas cans on his own ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcrum12 View Post
    Here's the video - I understand oath but simply why lie? To GVS or in depo, why lie? It starts around 4:50 to the 7 mark.

    ‪caylee marie anthony greta otr 2‬‏ - YouTube
    Because the majority of human beings could never phathom lying to anyone or covering for someone we believed killed their child; we will NEVER understand WHY?

    But just remember:
    Cindy lied UNDER OATH in Court on the stand on national TV.
    George lied UNDER OATH in Court on the stand on national TV.

    The only truth in all this BS is that the Anthony's lie.. you can't believe a word ANY of them say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natsound View Post
    What really surprises me is the amount of sleuthers who can't entertain the notion that GA knew what he smelled, but the fact that he didn't find a body in the trunk just took over, gave him false hope.

    The horror of what he smelled was quelled with the relief of not seeing a body, and that allowed him to soldier on. It allowed him to deny his worst fears for a little while longer.

    Most bereaved family members hold on to false hope, even in the face of the obvious. GA and CA were not in any frame of mind to be conspiring on a strategy. To be at that point, you would have to also believe that they had already accepted that Caylee was dead, and had processed it, gotten over their grief and shock, and suspected KC.
    Exactly. George knew there must have been a body in that Pontiac. The smell is 100% fullproof. The relief when that trunk was cleared must have been tremendous. You know when thing like this happen your mind starts putting 2 and 2 together but at the same time you start to shock. George needed to get away from what he was thinking, could Caylee be hurt? Go to work and clear is head but as it turns out it was going to be the tip of an iceberg and things were going to get worse.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sustained View Post
    The gas cans are a sideshow here ... if Caylee was not in trunk, I'm sure that FCA would have let GA get the wedge and discover the gas cans on his own ...
    Do not understand your point?


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    Quote Originally Posted by sacrablue View Post
    I would have to demonstrate I guess but there is one thing about duct tape. You can submerge the tape in water and the rubber cement backing will loose 90% of its stickem. But once the tape dries it will become very sticky again.
    I did not know that - thank you - but when would it had a chance to dry? You mean when it skeletonized before the flood? Not sure at that point if it dried that it would have held the mandible in place.. But the point is it was not the duct tape that was wet, it was the surface it was being stuck to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sacrablue View Post
    Exactly. George knew there must have been a body in that Pontiac. The smell is 100% fullproof. The relief when that trunk was cleared must have been tremendous. You know when thing like this happen your mind starts putting 2 and 2 together but at the same time you start to shock. George needed to get away from what he was thinking, could Caylee be hurt? Go to work and clear is head but as it turns out it was going to be the tip of an iceberg and things were going to get worse.
    Are you backtracking on your last comment, "On the way back home or at home he told Cindy there was a dead body in the Pontiac and they better start putting together what happened." In this post you're suggesting that GA was wondering if Caylee was hurt. Could you clarify?


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    [quote=logicalgirl;6950022]
    Quote Originally Posted by Baznme View Post

    Has something been taken out of context with what I said or did I put it down wrong? There is no way GA or CA could be considered Caylee's caregiver. FCA was her only legal guardian at all times.
    definatly out of context. I have never stated that GA or CA was Caylee's LEGAL Guardian, only that the PT made a point to emphasis that they were taking care of her, supporting her, and that Ga stated that the morning of the 16th was a NORMAL day that including him getting up early and when Caylee would get up he would feed her, give her juice, play and watch tv together. He stated that was normal. Therefore, could be why the jury couldn't agree that CASEY was WATCHING CAYLEE that morning, George was. Which lead them to not be able to hold Casey liable for Caylee during the critical timeframe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by natsound View Post
    What really surprises me is the amount of sleuthers who can't entertain the notion that GA knew what he smelled, but the fact that he didn't find a body in the trunk just took over, gave him false hope.

    The horror of what he smelled was quelled with the relief of not seeing a body, and that allowed him to soldier on. It allowed him to deny his worst fears for a little while longer.

    Most bereaved family members hold on to false hope, even in the face of the obvious. GA and CA were not in any frame of mind to be conspiring on a strategy. To be at that point, you would have to also believe that they had already accepted that Caylee was dead, and had processed it, gotten over their grief and shock, and suspected KC.
    I also think CA particularly was trying to process how it was possible for FCA to have been giving her updates of what she and Caylee had been doing on an almost daily basis out of town, leading up to this while supposively driving her car when it had really been impounded for several weeks...both of their minds must have been swirling....
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    Quote Originally Posted by natsound View Post
    Are you backtracking on your last comment, "On the way back home or at home he told Cindy there was a dead body in the Pontiac and they better start putting together what happened." In this post you're suggesting that GA was wondering if Caylee was hurt. Could you clarify?
    Well it sure wasn't on the way home - since they went in separate cars....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baznme View Post
    Found it. Copied his words from the interview. Is this what you are referring to?

    GEORGE ANTHONY: And I said, Really? She says, yes. I said, Interesting. And I just said, Hey, by the way, I said, I'm getting ready to rotate your mom's tires on her car. There's a little metal wedge that fits underneath your tires so your car doesn't rock back and forth. And I said, Well, I'd like to have it, so in case you're not here over the weekend, I'd like to be able to do it.

    She was hesitant about letting me get in the car. And I said, Well, listen, I got an extra key. I'll just go get it. Well, she was adamant about -- about that.

    VAN SUSTEREN: What, not letting you into the car?

    GEORGE ANTHONY: Yes, didn't want me to get into the car to get the stuff out. Dad, I'll get it for you. Dad, I'll get it out. I said, It's no problem. I know where it's at. I'll get it, get it out and be done with it.

    So as we're walking out through the garage, she's still telling me, Dad, I'll get it. Give me a minute, I'll get it. I said, Casey, I'm capable of reaching inside your car, and I got it. So -- and she opened up the trunk of the car...

    Actually, the video differs in this way.....in the last statement in the video he states this.

    So -- AS she opened up the trunk of the car...
    I just listened to that video like 3 times lol. Took me 3 times to realize when he said I got it that he did say SHE opened up trunk instead of I opened up the trunk. I stand corrected lol. Old age, can't hear lol. Sorry for any confusion.


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    [quote=logicalgirl;6950022]
    Quote Originally Posted by Baznme View Post

    Has something been taken out of context with what I said or did I put it down wrong? There is no way GA or CA could be considered Caylee's caregiver. FCA was her only legal guardian at all times.
    Also, daycare or babysitter is not a LEGAL Guardian either. But they are RESPONSIBLE if something happens to your child while IN THEIR CARE. jmo


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    Quote Originally Posted by sacrablue View Post
    The best evidence the prosecution had never got used and for the life of me I can't understand why. They had the cans containing the smell there in the court room. I would love to know if the molecules associated with decomp were still there. If so this would have made believers out of skeptics.
    Because HHJP did not allow it. For those jurors who had never smelled it and something about it would have made the jurors witnesses if they did smell it.
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    [quote=pcrum12;6950418]
    Quote Originally Posted by logicalgirl View Post

    Also, daycare or babysitter is not a LEGAL Guardian either. But they are RESPONSIBLE if something happens to your child while IN THEIR CARE. jmo
    Even allowing someone you know to be a pedophile care for your child?
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    Quote Originally Posted by logicalgirl View Post
    I also think CA particularly was trying to process how it was possible for FCA to have been giving her updates of what she and Caylee had been doing on an almost daily basis out of town, leading up to this while supposively driving her car when it had really been impounded for several weeks...both of their minds must have been swirling....
    Yeah, and CA already knew that KC had lied to some extent. On the day of the gas can incident, GA told CA that KC had been home. CA thought she was still on the business trip. She got angry at that time for being lied to. UGH! It's frustrating that CA didn't take more action at that time, but instead let KC explain her way out of it until the day they found the car! Even so, I support them...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sustained View Post
    The gas cans are a sideshow here ... if Caylee was not in trunk, I'm sure that FCA would have let GA get the wedge and discover the gas cans on his own ...
    See my thoughts on that are: At this point Caylee was in the woods NOT in the trunk. Casey did not want George going into the trunk was because she didn't want him to find the gas cans. He wanted the chock but she knew if he went to the trunk he would know that she stole the gas cans.


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