Why is a daycare worker crying about witnessing a 2.5 yr old little girl acting out her mother's brutal murder and talking about how her mommy was 'spanked' and had boo-boos all over?
It's called empathy.
Thanks to Just the Fax for the original photo in the background below: side entrance to hotel, not light in key-entry door. I added people and dimensions in trying to determine if Jason could have reached the bushes if the emergency door was opened.
Are those rocks on the curb and, if so, it looks common for rocks to be kicked across the sidewalk.
Last edited by otto; 02-18-2012 at 04:54 AM.
She can and does feel the pain of others - unlike Cassidy's father, imo.
That daycare worker showed more genuine emotion over the death of Michelle Young in her 15 minutes on the witness stand than JY has in 5+ years.
Remember those 5 infamous words that revealed the true nature of the slayer's soul: "You came here for THAT ???"
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Thanks for the links for the pre-school worker's testimony. I'm up a page at this point and listening to her testify.
While not a trained psychologist, this young woman is very observant. She was obviously watching Cassidy very closely after the horrible death of her mother. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know what the little girl was doing. She was intelligent enough to know not to further interrupt Cassidy at her play-reenactment.
In a clinical setting, there might have been more dolls available, but JY would not let that happen.
It's obvious to me that the prosecution held this back at the first trial to protect the child, who is now 8 and probably aware of the second trial.
I hope that Cassidy has moved on and hope this will not cause her more pain in the future when she learns more about what happened at the trial.
The greatest trespasser on justice still wishes it done to him.
EDWARD COUNSEL, Maxims