IMO, Rick wasn't defending the "family". He was defending Caylee and sticking up for her. Which was the root of his frustration with Cindy.
She is probably torn between her son and daughter. She wants to be there for CA and LE just seemed to be trying to ease her over that hump. Did this come out right? LOL
It would be the same if LE stopped at a wreck with an old woman walkin around trying to find out how the hel_ this can be happening. They don't walk up and say------hey ur kids are bloody---all over the road-----they walk her over to a chair and tell her e-thang gonna be ok. He was just tryin to be nice.
OK! I'll just read now. LOL
Using your analogy, it's like that same officer saying your child is dead but she is resting peacefully in the road without a scratch on her and she looks peaceful and happy. He could just say I am sorry ma'am your child is dead.
I don't think this is a big deal, I just find it curious that he would go so far as to say Rick was defending KC and CA, because he wasn't,imo.
A Mother's love is a lifelong commitment
I mean, with someone like Casey, there are so many deceptions that it's hard to count them sometimes.
Also, when people steal the way Casey did, sometimes it takes a while for all their little tricks to come to light. That's how thieves operate. They always seem to take the "lag time" into account... they count on being far away by the time their deception is uncovered. I bet there are still more thefts or other deceptions that haven't even come to light yet.
I was only trying to make the point that sp is a breath of fresh air and reason. Although she is old, and has some hearing issues. She does, pretty much, "have it going on" for her age. She also has daily emails of events of the days to/from her sister, which could be vital to this case if sp can't recall a certain time or amount of things of that nature. Her character seems hearfelt and true. She tells it like it is. She does not buy what KC is selling. And to me that would not hurt the states case. Help, it may.
Also, I'm a FL native. Retired folks are a plenty there. When the jury poole is picked I can only assume (and we all know what that entails) they will have plenty of retiree's to poole from. I could be wrong though. They can also relate to her (sp.)
Again. No offense intended.
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I agree with the poster who said Shirley was a breath of fresh air. Finally someone who is on Caylee's side! I feel so bad for her, she already had enough going on just trying to take care of her husband and then woke up in this nightmare. I hope she can know that there are many people out here who do care about her and have sympathy.
Boyfriends and girlfriends are not Babysitters.
Just because you want to be with somebody does not mean they will take care of your children.
So, Shirley says that George took out a credit card in Cindy's name and ran up a large debt the same as Casey did. I hope Cindy is looking and checking around to make sure some of the money isn't in hiding. Poor Shirley to have to know these sordid details later in life much less live through the murder of a little great grandchild.
One thang about GA being the daddy. Since there was a test for LA then it would also tell if there were a chance that GA was involved. Then there would be more testing. We don't know if there were a test for GA or not.
The reason they had the test in the first place was because she told different peeps that she had been molested by LA.
LE sure has a hard job, figuring all this crap out. I think they have done a great job.