Does anyone else find it odd that the car was found at a place that is a check cashing, short-term loan place? Like it's part of this whole ruse- "I even got a cash advance and gave them [kidnappers] some money. They guaranteed she'd be back by ____________ and she's not."
My theory is that she/they wanted the car stolen and the people who frequent a check cashing place would be the right "crowd" to possibly go for that. The purse being left on the seat was another "inticement" which didn't work. If someone had stolen the car...then it would not have mattered about the decomp or the evidence found being linked directly back to any of the Anthony's.
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What I post are my opinions only.
I still think she might have given some cash to someone to help her
I do find it strange that Casey, with all her lies, did NOT try to tie that in somehow.
Bear with me here- but we know she is lying. That is a FACT. And people are saying that makes her a sociopath. But I've had the unfortunate experience of knowing a few sociopaths- and these people are bright, charming, and cunning. WHEN they spin a tale...it has no holes and they cover their tracks. Casey has not done this. She has not even spun a tale that makes sense, or can be checked on. She just blurted out strange lies that she knew would be found out, that would NOT be able to be linked together. Her actions are WAY too dumb for a true sociopath. So, yes, I am angry Casey won't come clean. BUT...the WAY she is lying gives her some credibility...because she seems very confused and unable to peice together a story that makes sense. She seems like an INEXPERIENCED liar.
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.
If she had taken out an advance, I am sure we would've heard about it by now. She has to write a check with 2 forms of ID to be held for 14 days. She couldn't have used Amy's check, since she did not have her ID. And I doubt Casey had her own checking account. By now, that money would be due back and the most a place will give you is $500. But it depends on what you make. You have to have a recent bank statement and recent pay stub. She had neither. Perhaps the car was just left there for whatever reason. But I can tell you this, Casey would never have approved to borrow money, AT ALL.
#789UMCO unidentified found The victim was discovered on September 8, 2004 in the Flat Tops, White River National Forest, Garfield County, Colorado
Estimated Date of Death: No longer than 5 years prior to discovery he left a note to "LIB"
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I'm sure LE has questioned the people working at Amscot & asked whether Casey even went into their place.
And I'm sure they've checked all the records to see whether any customer is somehow tied into this crazy soap opera.
I also think she just happened to ditch the car there.
What about surveillance cameras at the Amscot place? That seems like a very likely place to have cameras. Hrmmm..
I think she was trying to cash a check that she took from Amy. I don't think it was a payday advance. She doesn't have a job.
"Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect" Steven Wright
in the event that she wanted it to be stolen, there are other MANY areas that would be a much better place to leave it.
I think it was left at the Amscot because it is very near where she disposed of Caylee's body. Think of her frame of mind. She would have to be thinking "What if someone saw me do that and called the police". She wouldn't want to be the one driving the car that was identified as the vehicle that just left the site where a body was left. The sooner she ditched the car the less chance of being pulled over by LE while she was driving it. And leaving her purse in the car was probably accidental due to the fact that she was freaking out over what had just transpired. She wouldn't be thinking clearly.
I don't believe she wanted the car to be stolen because a car doesn't have to actually be stolen for you to report it as such. If she wanted to go with the stolen car story she could have just left the car somewhere it would not be found for awhile and reported it stolen. She would have also had to add to the police report that Caylee was in the car when stolen, etc. Too complicated for her to pull off a plan like that. I think she just panicked for the reason I mentioned above, ditched the car and got the he!! out of dodge. I don't think she even had a plan until confronted with her parents and brother on the 15th of July.
And another thing...sorry. If she did it because she wanted it to be stolen why didn't she go along with it after it was towed off. She had no way to know that it wasn't stolen and towed instead. Unless she actually saw it get towed or someone told her it was towed. I doubt she went into the Amscot and asked them what happened to the car. She would have just driven by, seen it gone and thought "Oh, my plan worked, the car is stolen." But then she didn't followed up with the plan and report it stolen.