Good point. I wasn't certain of door type. I noted what appeared to be a lightweight swinging door on the sunporch in the Greta interview. IF Casey was trying to leave quietly, she may have left a sliding door between house & sunporch cracked open. If not the door, another accident that resulted from Caylee being left alone would still work.
Presumes Caylee could access the backyard. Children this age can't usually open sliding glass doors by themselves. So possible IF back sliders we ajar. If A/C was on, that is unlikely.
I couldn't find any direct information on this, but, the information I did find IMHO makes this possible. I don't mean to suggest that it was like clockwork, but, it has really bothered me that w/ exception of Cindy, all other accounts pointed to ZFG being a newly inserted (e.g. weeks) detail of Casey's story to friends.
I haven't seen anything that has stated that Casey was accustomed to having Caylee at Tony's from 9-1:00 anywhere. IIRC, Clint stated he and Casey would leave together at approximately the same time in the morning. Please provide a link for Caylee being at Tony's in the mornings on a usual basis.
From the Clint interview w/ Greta: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,403801,00.html
HOUSE: She would be gone right before I would leave. I would leave for school -- we would leave about the same time. I left for school -- I had to go to classes at 9:00 o'clock in the morning, so I would leave about 8:30. So she'd be getting ready to leave about the same time.
VAN SUSTEREN: Would she take Caylee with her?
HOUSE: Caylee never stayed the night over.
VAN SUSTEREN: So she just brought Caylee over during the day, and you met her, but otherwise, she stayed at the grandparents'?
VAN SUSTEREN: Did she ever mention Zenaida Gonzalez?
HOUSE: Not once. Never heard that name at all.
Also, Tony stated that he was often home later from school (i.e. 3:00-4:00) if he stopped after class with friends. So I am not sure I have seen evidence that Casey indeed had a 'normal' schedule.
From Tony's statement, "I had 9 to 1 p.m., class"..."sometimes I won't be home til 1:30, 2 o'clock in the afternoon". He then states that "this month [July] ....I'm pretty much at school from 9 to 5." So, in June it's 9-1.
Also from Tony's statement, "Q: So you wouldn't think anything different if she's here when you get back..." "A: Exactly....she's cooking and cleaning" and from earlier in the same line of questioning, "A: She said you know she's already been home and back with groceries and said she was out and doing errands".
I'm not solidly behind the phone thing, but, thinking it may be one way George connected with Casey without Cindy being in the loop. Just a thought. Reaching? Sure. I've been curious why it was released as "Kyle" vs. a number, unless they were unable/unwilling to determine/reach its owner. I'm iffy on George's being at work. I know that is the expectation, but, haven't seen this explicitly in any statement. Would appreciate a link.
I sort of like this one, except that on her phone, if the display did say Kyle, then that would mean she listed her own phone number in the on-hand phone as 'Kyle'. And the fact that he was at work until he finally came home at 9:50 after multiple calls from Cindy and trying to get Lee to intervene.