08-20-2008, 11:45 AM #1
I have not seen a dedicated thread regarding this subject but it has been discussed in many threads . . . I believe the Defense (Baez, Anthony's, etc.) is "building a case" of so much garbage that during the trial, there will be reasonable doubt to convict her of homicide . . .
Also, Baez himself has stated HE has told Casey not to talk to anyone . . . LE, family, friends. Lawyers usually consult their clients who are in serius trouble to CLAM UP. Otherwise, why would there be a need not to be honest with authorities: OCPD, Child Services, FBI, a pastor, a therapist, a fellow inmate.
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THANK YOU for this thread. I've been saying this for awhile. They have been building their defense since day 1. With so many questions, lies, twists and turns a jury will have a difficult time convicting "beyond a reasonable doubt". IMO having daddy's knowledge (of homicide cases) in LE and the "31"days to blur the time of death and evidence they have been creating doubt from the first day.
08-20-2008, 12:04 PM #3
I do think LE arrested Casey too soon. They should have used Tony and done the same thing that they did to Scott with Amber.
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08-20-2008, 12:25 PM #7
I also think Baez and company think the public from which a jury will be selected is stupid!
As far as I'm concerned in order to propose arguments of "reasonable doubt" one would at least have to have a REASONABLE accounting/time line of what REALLY happened!
NOTHING I have heard from ANY of the Anthony's is the least bit REASONABLE to consider. Even before Cindy started flapping her gums, the sheer FACT that Casey did not report her daughter missing for at least 31 DAYS, is a huge red flag, and casts the most reasonable doubt in my mind that she is innocent!
08-20-2008, 12:27 PM #8
But sorry..... refusing to cooperate with LE to find your own 3 year old baby is SO offensive, SO despicable, SO inhuman.... I think the only way she'll beat the rap is if the jury is presented with a VERY solid defense & LOGICAL & SANE reason why she behaved the way she did.
If by some miracle a jury fails to come back with a guilty verdict, Casey should contact OJ & see how that worked out for him. Maybe Casey & OJ can even host an annual golf tournament.....
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08-20-2008, 12:33 PM #9
Casey secured herself a lawyer the minute she was arrested? (I missed the beginning first week of this case).
She was concerned about covering her actions from the get-go. But I agree, refusing to cooperate to find YOUR OWN CHILD is more than offensive. Every juror will have this train of thought....jmo of course.....because they are normal compassionate people.Keeping the Litterbox Clean! (these are not my cats, they are generic~mine are much cuter)!
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08-20-2008, 12:35 PM #11
I was thinking that reasonable doubt can be established based on the fact that the car was out of her possession for weeks a few weeks. Other people had access to that car when it was in the tow yard. One of those people could have used the car to move a body, then there's the decomp smell. Something from the car could have been removed and put in the yard so there's the explanation for the hit in the yard.
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08-20-2008, 12:50 PM #14
Was she negligent? Did Caylee die in a hot car? Or fall in family pool?
Did she deliberately kill her daughter because Caylee was an impediment to a relationship with Anthony Lazzaro? Or to get even with her mother?
Did a stranger find Caylee sleeping in the car while Casey partied, molest her in a dark parking lot and then stuff Caylee's body in the trunk? (kind of like the prosecutorial theory in the Jon Benet case)
At this early point in the case while evidence is still out to be brought in that COULD pinpoint WHAT happened, the state isn't going to be rushed into filing charges.
We all know Casey is guilty of something, but I am not sure how the state is going to PROVE a case when they don't yet know what the something is.
08-20-2008, 12:51 PM #15
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