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    Child safety at Anthony home

    In this thread please list or discuss observations on child safety at the Anthony home.

    Cindy has stated the following on differing occasions relating to how safe the home was for Caylee:

    1. Pool ladder "always" up
    2. Keep bamboo cut back
    3. Keep sheds locked

    However the following can be observed in the Greta footage and in other media sources:

    1. Pool ladder is always down
    2. Shed in the "side yard" was not locked (was it broken from the gas theft?)
    3. Large television on too-small-dresser very high in Casey's room, where Caylee reportedly slept with her mother often

    I wouldn't normally care, but Cindy makes SUCH a big deal about how safe the home is, many of the explanations seem to have a dual cause (ie the sheds were locked to keep Caylee out of them, but oh our daughter stole our gas; the bamboo needs cut to keep Caylee safe, but oh our daughter borrowed a shovel when we weren't home to cut the bamboo).

    Anything else I didn't catch? Thoughts?

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    The garage.

    Tons of boxes stacked upon boxes.

    Just my observation.
    "The cure for anything is salt water- sweat, tears, or the sea." -Isak Dinensen

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    Allowing her to hang at home with Casey unsupervised.
    No female, no matter how drunk, drugged, or provocatively dressed they may be, deserves to be ogled, harrassed, raped, or murdered. So stop the ignorant insinuations.

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    We also have to wonder how often Casey drove under the influence while Caylee was in her car.

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    The extra car key that Casey kept. Not that she ever locked her daughter in the car or anything but just in case...

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