April 21, 2011
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The rest of your statements are a delusion, JB, 'cuz she ain't too purty.
Perhaps you can arrange some sort of after-conviction connection for you and your 'pretty' client. But stop trying to sell it to us because all of us with eyes are gagging out here.
I first heard about this case while I was driving home from another state with my mother-in-law in the car. I heard the terror in Cindy's voice on the radio during her 911 call and the apathy in KC's voice. I was hooked and immediately knew KC did it. I didn't know if she was white, purple or green, and didn't care.
Get a job Jose.
The above is my opinion only based on published accounts of the case.
The complete two-part interview between Ryan and Baez will be shown on InSession next week, April 28 and 29, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Eastern.
InSession certainly seems to have crawled into bed with the defense lately, wouldn't you agree?
"Judge, Mr, Ashton is laughing at me..... " ~ Jose Baez, Closing Argument 7/3/11 (Paraphrased, of course!)
It's all about the child , not ICA Baez. Get it thru your head.
Baez sounds like a racist. He's told this story before and it's getting old.
GEEEEEEEEEEE......Maybe it also had something to do with the simple fact that it was SUMMERTIME as in SLOW NEWS SEASON*
* except IT was JULY 15th, MY BIRTHDAY!........therefore a considered a wicked important, worldwide celebration day in my world (YEAH, SURE)
“Hic locus est ubi mors gaudet succure vitae”– Giovanni Margagni
"This is the place where death rejoices to teach those who live."-
IMO, what made America interested in this case was Caylee. What made America sit up and take notice was the obvious and painful attempts by the grandparents to steer the interview with FOX and Greta away from something we all suspected had occurred.
So, yes, Baez, blame the viewers, blame them for being sensationalists.
Keep running that mouth, Baez!
ETA: Once again, as always, the actions and words of this defense team do not reflect that their client is innocent. IMO, it screams guilt.
All one has to do is to look into Caylee's eyes to see why this case caught everyone's attention. Those are the most soulful, telling eyes I have ever seen. You are an angel , Caylee, and justice will be coming soon.
I ask this question on another thread but maybe here is the place to answer it: When the court trial starts will it be cast on TruTV the court station here on the Pacific Coast? I have been waiting forever for this case to start....Thanks in advance....
The thing that caused me to have interest in the case was the GVS interview, during that first week after Caylee was reported missing, where Cindy was became overly defensive.
THAT is what raised the red flags. Cindy's behavior in subsequent interviews increased the media interest. As well it should have.
I know that doesn't sit well with a lot of posters. But I don't think she will ever get the death penalty.
How much did we hear about the woman who worked in the church and had killed the little girl. Forget the name. We heard about it for about a week or so and then that was it.
My cable company recently cut TRuTv out of the package. I do not get that station anymore. Grrrrrrrrr....
It will be live-streamed like the hearings were, I hope.
“Every day that they don’t find something is good for me.“ Billie Dunn
Mr. Baez, =-), this case caught my attention because of Caylee. As a mother, I remember my children at this age and I know how wonderful this time is. What jumped out at me in the beginning is how cold and detached your client is. No caring adult would let their child be missing 31 seconds let alone 31 days. The fact that your client lied about everything was another attention getter. As a loving parent I would to tell anyone everything they asked if it could bring my child back if missing. The evidence has made me certain of what happened. I follow this case for truth not because of your client. Don't fool yourself. It's all about Caylee!
With all due respect to Tru TV's interview with the lawyer, as usual they ask the obvious questions - "Do you see this as an uphill battle for the Defense". The question is so ludicrous that it is hard to watch.
I am not a fan of JB, but in instance I do agree with him. Sadly, it does seem that the general public is more inclined to follow a case involving someone who is young, white, and middle class.
Here is another case of a child who was not reported missing right away with very similar circumstances, but little Lauryn Dickens has not received the same press:
I don't think most people do it deliberately, but I think we tend to focus on people we identify with as far as our own demographics.
The reason this case got attention was because of a sweet little girl missing for 31 days before it was reported. Had nothing to do with how pretty and white her mother was. It still sickens me after all these years some use the color card and thats why nothing ever changes. Another reason this case has gotten lots of attention is the Grandparents, doc dumps and lets not forget the defense team.Yes its sad some cases get more attention then others but to the news Stations it all about ratings. If they see people tuning it they run with the story. And I have to say its not gonna matter how pretty some might think she is if she doesn't get the DP it wont be for her looks or the color of her skin. It will be because the juries dont feel the evidence is enough to give the DP plain and simply. I dont know about everyone else but it really gets my goat when they say she cant get a fair trial. They dont give juries the credit they deserve you dont convict on a feeling. If the evidence isnt there they arent gonna convict.(Which we all know it is) This case is way to serious with DP no jury is gonna convict without the evidence to back to up. The jury has to live with there decision no way are they gonna not way the evidence to find their verdict. They need to give juries more respect then that.
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The media is going to cover what brings in ratings. Nancy Grace had Caylee's case on her show for months. The producers were obviously impressed with the ratings, so they aired the case as much as they could. Cases like inner city crime, runaways, drug deals gone wrong, custodial kidnappings, are never going to bring in high ratings, so the media isn't going to cover them. If you were the person in charge of deciding what to cover and one case brings in X amount of viewers, and another case brings in half as many viewers, what are you going to cover? You can say that you would be fair and cover them all, but when your show has been canceled and you are out of a job, you might be rethinking that fairness.