02-25-2009, 02:32 AM #136
The A's are in a fragile state? IOW, Cindy may bring a hammer to the meeting...? The A's did not ever show any fragility during the time when they should have! I saw no tears but a lot of defiance. I heard lies and direct evidence of covering up for kc.
They dragged out the memorial.....never had or paid for a funeral and had Caylee cremated most likely two months ago in secret (stalling to the public)....all done so they would not have to do this deposition or be questioned. They were in and still are in hiding to avoid questions about the lies. Every time Melich would confront CA, she would say, "I am a grieving grandmother" in a tone of martyrdom.
They are still in direct attack mode to protect kc....seriously, can you imagine anyone questioning Cindy?.....that should be a paid event!!
02-25-2009, 02:34 AM #137"It MUST be true. I saw it on NANCY."
FOR SALE: Knives, set of six, dinner and/or stainless. Move fast on this one, people. Only three of the set left.
02-25-2009, 02:43 AM #138
I agree about ZG's motives,..debs. I do not approve at all of this abuse of the system and personal financial gain.
Too late though....don't know if the judge can throw this out...don't think so but stranger things have happened. I imagine the judge will put this on the back burner again. I wish he would have heard the original charges against kc but he put that on the burner too....the excuse?...court costs!!!
02-25-2009, 02:58 AM #139
Morgan maybe be able to ask the questions in red but I don't think it would be a good idea, unless, of course, the real ZG does have a sister named Samantha who has two children. Casey did not tell the 'nanny in the park' story to the media or to LE. It's likely BC will object to those questions.
What could the A's possibly have done "right from the start" that would have kept Casey from lying to LE? Not called 911?
02-25-2009, 03:05 AM #140
Have they EVER answered anything straightforward? They don't know what that means!!!! That is what scares them-----Time to tell the truth. Ouch that is gonna hurt!!!! Lee will just play STUPID!!
02-25-2009, 03:19 AM #141
Because they are scared!! They are afraid of inserting hoof in big mouth!!
02-25-2009, 05:10 AM #142
The $$$ is $1500.00 That will just barely pay the attorney.
I would certainly not want my good name dragged in front of the entire country!
I do not think there is any reason for the a's not to co-operate.
They have damaged their name with all of their **mistruths**.
If they were willing to up north to assist in finding little Hailegh they are certainly capable of doing a simple deposition.
But there is a saying...when you practice to decieve....ect. Can't remember it all...but you know.
02-25-2009, 05:26 AM #143
All kinds of hugs!
02-25-2009, 05:30 AM #144
02-25-2009, 05:30 AM #145
To be granted punitive damages, Gonzalez has to prove Casey Anthony's actions were so "willful, wanton or reckless" that she deserves to be punished financially.
As for collecting money from someone in jail, homeowner's policies often contain liability coverage for residents of the home. If punitive damages were granted, Gonzalez's attorneys could begin to explore Casey Anthony's financial status, including, perhaps, how she may be paying her attorney fees or any entertainment deals that may have been reached
Now we know...what can happen to JB and the a's
02-25-2009, 05:33 AM #146
02-25-2009, 05:33 AM #147
02-25-2009, 06:34 AM #148
I just wonder how the Judge will feel about BC filing a motion such as this one, at the eleventh hour ?
02-25-2009, 08:10 AM #149
From the Orlando Sentinel,
Conway said George and Cindy Anthony have been under emotional stress since Caylee's death and their daughter's arrest, and have sought counseling.
"They should not be subjected to additional publication of personal information while they are still grieving deeply," he wrote.
Conway pointed out that the information sought by Fernandez-Gonzalez's attorneys from the Morgan & Morgan law firm can be obtained through written questions. Another option is to delay the interview until after a May hearing on whether the case will be dismissed.
This request was filed the same day Fernandez-Gonzalez asked the court to allow her more than $15,000 in punitive damages.
According to a motion filed by her attorney, Keith Mitnik, she deserves the money for damage to her reputation, loss of her job, public humiliation and severe emotional distress since Anthony talked about a nanny with her name kidnapping her child.
02-25-2009, 08:13 AM #150
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