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    Quote Originally Posted by charo View Post
    Kind of a shame tho that they didnt drain the water back when Kio mentioned this area to them - the baby could of been found sooner and laid to rest by now- hmmmm Cant understand why they didnt
    I'm sure they would have if they'd had any indication that Caylee's body was there.


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    OMG! Clothes in the bag with Caylee...


    Justice will soon prevail...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mydailyopinions View Post
    It can be complained about forever, but the question is, what difference would it have made? The only difference would be that her body would have been less decomposed as opposed to Thursday, but it would not have changed her fate.

    Fingerprints will tell if anyone moved the body (I hope) but Jesus Christ, LE had nothing to go off of, neither did any of the searchers..
    They interviewed KMT early on Daily....she stated to them specifically, that if Caylee were dead, and KC did it, she would have buried her in the woods by Hidden Oaks Elementary. She specifically told them that early on. They had that to go on, but chose to dismiss it in the throes of getting all the other interviews done and following up on the cell phone pings to direct their search efforts. No, it wouldn't have changed her fate, but it would have been much better for them to have searched that area earlier. No stones are being thrown at LE -- they had and still have their hands full with this case.
    KC found her pot of gold in others pockets.


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    Quote Originally Posted by beckaroozie View Post
    You're right FK - I think they just blew off KMT...they were too zoned in on the cell phone pings. But I'm not bashing them by any stretch...they were up to their eyeballs in alligators at that point...literally....that and the media, and everything else.
    probably correct. They followed what they felt was the stronger evidenciary trail. The cell phone pings. Which in 20/20 hindsight they probably should have paid more attention to those that knew her and less to high tech toys.

    But remember these questions are being raised in hindight. LE was following what they believed to be the most likely trail of KC. They were hampered by quite a number of things, not the least of which are KC herself and some now rather apparent moves at misdirection on the part of her family. (does anybody honestly still believe the GA saw Caylee on June 16th?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by charo View Post
    Kind of a shame tho that they didnt drain the water back when Kio mentioned this area to them - the baby could of been found sooner and laid to rest by now- hmmmm Cant understand why they didnt
    The concern I would have with them using those big truck pumps is if it sucked up any evidence in the process, it could have damaged or destroyed evidence. A child's bones are so fragile and tiny...


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    Hurricane Fay was mid August and the investigation at that point was "barely" 4 weeks in. LE was still interviewing people, and gathering information. It's easy to say "why didn't they do this and that" but when you look at the thousands and thousands of documents that were released, they were still looking for an alive Caylee. This case was a scrambled puzzle with many pieces of other puzzles within.

    Very, very difficult case for LE to put together.


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    Quote Originally Posted by faefrost View Post
    probably correct. They followed what they felt was the stronger evidenciary trail. The cell phone pings. Which in 20/20 hindsight they probably should have paid more attention to those that knew her and less to high tech toys.

    But remember these questions are being raised in hindight. LE was following what they believed to be the most likely trail of KC. They were hampered by quite a number of things, not the least of which are KC herself and some now rather apparent moves at misdirection on the part of her family. (does anybody honestly still believe the GA saw Caylee on June 16th?)
    You're right about hindsight. I think the most important thing is the "lessons learned" that could be taken away from this:

    - Always take heed and then take action on what those close to the suspect tell you..
    - Listen to the suspect, when they say "close to home"

    this is a good lesson for LE and Searchers alike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaKatz View Post
    The concern I would have with them using those big truck pumps is if it sucked up any evidence in the process, it could have damaged or destroyed evidence. A child's bones are so fragile and tiny...
    exactly ...


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    Now talking about other contents of garbage bag. Sheets or clothing or something else that was used for covering.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaKatz View Post
    The concern I would have with them using those big truck pumps is if it sucked up any evidence in the process, it could have damaged or destroyed evidence. A child's bones are so fragile and tiny...
    Quote Originally Posted by faefrost View Post
    probably correct. They followed what they felt was the stronger evidenciary trail. The cell phone pings. Which in 20/20 hindsight they probably should have paid more attention to those that knew her and less to high tech toys.

    But remember these questions are being raised in hindight. LE was following what they believed to be the most likely trail of KC. They were hampered by quite a number of things, not the least of which are KC herself and some now rather apparent moves at misdirection on the part of her family. (does anybody honestly still believe the GA saw Caylee on June 16th?)
    Very good point both of you. KC has done nothing but throw lies into the mix that sent them on wild goose chases.
    KC found her pot of gold in others pockets.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Patty G View Post
    exactly ...
    Hey, we know, don't we Patty ? ! Been there, done that with the big drain trucks !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Patty G View Post
    Hurricane Fay was mid August and the investigation at that point was "barely" 4 weeks in. LE was still interviewing people, and gathering information. It's easy to say "why didn't they do this and that" but when you look at the thousands and thousands of documents that were released, they were still looking for an alive Caylee. This case was a scrambled puzzle with many pieces of other puzzles within.

    Very, very difficult case for LE to put together.
    Great point, Patty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaKatz View Post
    Hey, we know, don't we Patty ? ! Been there, done that with the big drain trucks !

    Yupper!


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    i admit to the same outrage expressed about them not taking that location seriously..when I read the interview they had with her friend and saw what she told them, I just had sadness.
    LE had a chance to find caylee right away. They blew it and all the rest is a circus.
    It was not wet the whole time either..but even if it was..drain the area.
    Why did they not use this location as a starting place..just makes me crazy.


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    The difference would of been, the family could of had closure 5 months and a funeral for Caylee 5 months ago and the trial would of been probably over by now and the family would of had some of their life back together by now- not much of it- but came to realization that Caylee isnt coming back- this 6 months of long drawn out wondering and hoping she was alive had to be agonizing to the family- it could of saved alot of grief and agony, and media ruckos that the Anthonys went through- it could of been over and done with by now


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