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    Any real mother knows the truth

    which is that Casey is responsible for the death of Caylee Marie Anthony.

    and this is why:

    A real mom doesn't remove 100s of her missing daughters photographs from the internet

    A real mom doesn't wait 31 days to report her child missing (and then only because she is forced to) for any reason - script or no script

    A real mom doesn't buy new clothes and go clubbing and have a fantastic time when she believes her child has been kidnapped

    A real mom doesn't respond to her best friend's tears about her missing child with, "Oh, my God. Calling you guys, a huge waste!"

    Here is what a REAL MOM does: (*copied, not mine)

    A mother loves her children unconditionally. She accepts her children and teaches them the value of an honest opinion, because her children are the most important thing in the world to her. Her family is her highest priority. She will not sacrifice her children's safety and well-being for the sake of a man, a job, or anything else. She will protect her children no matter what. This is not negotiable.

    A mother will teach her children morals, spending quality time with each of her children. Her children will understand the difference between right and wrong. She will teach respect for oneself and others and her children will learn the difference between truth and deception. They will know to really understand someone, it is best to know the person for who they are and to understand someone else's perspective.

    She will teach her children to be non-judgmental, to accept people for what they look like and not based on the color of their skin. A mother will teach manners to her children, knowing that someday soon they too will have to survive in the world without her to hold their hands every step of the way. She will be there for her children when they come to her for advice, and will always be honest with them. A mother will share laughter with her children and will also teach the value of an education. A mother will always put her children first. Always. Above all, a mother will realize she is human and will make mistakes. No one is perfect and this is the way we all must learn. A mother will forgive her children when they make mistakes but she will also forgive herself when she makes mistakes. Mothers must think with their brains and their hearts and in doing so, they will develop the skills they need to be the best mothers possible. After all, most importantly, a mother is a person who leads by example. It doesn't matter what she says because her actions speak louder than her words. Long after her words are forgotten, the things she has done will be remembered always.

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    I agree with just about everything you just posted, Susie.
    Except the part about the online pictures.
    Last year when I realized that my myspace was getting hits by a lot of people I didn't know, I went in and removed almost all of my children's pictures from my albums.
    Myspace is such a playground for pedophiles, I just didn't like the idea of weirdos being able to see my pumpkinheads. In fact, I think I only left a couple of them up and even those are years old so that no perv would recognize them from myspace.
    "Life's splendor forever lies in wait about each one of us in all its fullness, but veiled from view, deep down, invisible, far off. It is there, though, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If you summon it by the right word, by its right name, it will come."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan's Mom View Post
    I agree with just about everything you just posted, Susie.
    Except the part about the online pictures.
    Last year when I realized that my myspace was getting hits by a lot of people I didn't know, I went in and removed almost all of my children's pictures from my albums.
    Myspace is such a playground for pedophiles, I just didn't like the idea of weirdos being able to see my pumpkinheads. In fact, I think I only left a couple of them up and even those are years old so that no perv would recognize them from myspace.
    She removed them from online albums? I was under the impression it was from her computer.

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    The 31 days. No one could go 31 days. 13 years ago my daughter went missing from a neighbors house 4 houses away and to this day I remember the feeling, my head felt like it was on top of my shoulders spinning, heart racing, sheer unadulterated panic. I wanted to scream but it just wouldn't come out, everyone and everything moving in slow motion. I was paralyzed with fear. In a matter of just a few minutes neighbors and friends on the hunt for my child...my precious child had walked home, didn't tell me, went to her room and fell asleep, while chaos ensued outside. I kept telling my neighbor call the police, call the police...calmer heads prevailed in this instance but that was my first thought I wanted the police there right then..matter of fact I wanted them there 5 minutes ago. I remember that day like it was yesterday. There is no way, under any circumstances I would wait to call police.
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    Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    exactly

    I agree with that 100%.


    Any mother would be trying to help LE, not steer them away.



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    Quote Originally Posted by darcedarce View Post
    She removed them from online albums? I was under the impression it was from her computer.
    That strikes me more as a clue. As if she didn't want anyone to see who was in the picture with little caylee or when the photo was taken. Because she did not remove all of the photo's of her.
    "What you see and hear depends a good deal on where you are standing: it also depends on what sort of person you are." - C.S. Lewis

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    This is why this case has disturbed me so greatly - I just can not comprehend KC's mindset. My kids are older now (17 and 20) and still live at home - I start to panic when it's been a couple of hours and I can't get in touch with them - much less if they were babies!!! Yes Caylee was still a baby - a child too young to take care of herself at all - I would have demanded the police find my child immediately - Not 24 hours later - not 2 days later - certainly not 31 days later (and only with force) - they would have started looking immediately - or they would have one crazy mother on their hands.

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    Have you ever tried to visit a myspace page that has that many photos? It would take a long time to load and is a pain in the butt.
    I have 2 people that I am very close to that have wayyyyyy too many photos and I don't go to their pages because of it.
    If she was using her myspace page to get the word out about Caylee being lost, I can see why she would try to remove things that would make it load super slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan's Mom View Post
    I agree with just about everything you just posted, Susie.
    Except the part about the online pictures.
    Last year when I realized that my myspace was getting hits by a lot of people I didn't know, I went in and removed almost all of my children's pictures from my albums.
    Myspace is such a playground for pedophiles, I just didn't like the idea of weirdos being able to see my pumpkinheads. In fact, I think I only left a couple of them up and even those are years old so that no perv would recognize them from myspace.
    While I did not remove mine from myspace, I did set them to private so that only myself and my friends can see them.


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    You don't need to remove your kids pics from MySpace either set your profile to private or the folder your kids pictures are in to friends only. But she specifically said "A real mom doesn't remove 100s of her MISSING daughter's photographs from the internet." Therein lies the difference. I would assume most people whose children go missing would post MORE pictures online than they had posted before they went missing... perhaps I am wrong in that assumption but the more views and angles of my child's face they see, the more likely (in my opinion) it is that SOMEONE will recognize her and call police. Like they did with Shasta Groene (although I think the waitress recognized her from a Missing Child poster.)
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    I would revise the whole picture thing to be.....

    A real mom doesn't put pictures of her child all over the internet for possible predators to view and possibly compromise the child to begin with.

    Kathy in Texas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyzabeth View Post
    Have you ever tried to visit a myspace page that has that many photos? It would take a long time to load and is a pain in the butt.
    I have 2 people that I am very close to that have wayyyyyy too many photos and I don't go to their pages because of it.
    If she was using her myspace page to get the word out about Caylee being lost, I can see why she would try to remove things that would make it load super slow.
    She did it when Caylee was missing but before she told anyone.
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    Caylee should have been living with the grandparents, at least temporarily because Casey was not equipped to be a real mother at that point. I truly wonder if the grandparents would have taken Caylee temporarily. It seems that they just wanted to live the role of grandparents and not assume that responsiblity and that is what they should have been; then they wanted Casey to be more responsible and assume her responsiblity as a single mother and abandon the single friends. And of course, where's the father? So, it became impossible to reconcile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arwen View Post
    You don't need to remove your kids pics from MySpace either set your profile to private or the folder your kids pictures are in to friends only. But she specifically said "A real mom doesn't remove 100s of her MISSING daughter's photographs from the internet." Therein lies the difference. I would assume most people whose children go missing would post MORE pictures online than they had posted before they went missing... perhaps I am wrong in that assumption but the more views and angles of my child's face they see, the more likely (in my opinion) it is that SOMEONE will recognize her and call police. Like they did with Shasta Groene (although I think the waitress recognized her from a Missing Child poster.)
    My computer was stolen will all the pictures that I had of my grnadkids on it. Whoever stole the computer was free to have it but I wanted the pictures back. They are not replaceable.

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