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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    But she wasn't buried.
    Ok but wait if the Enquirer just got this story and their source is who we think it is, why wouldn't that source tell a story that would fit the facts?

    KC: and I put Caylee on the ground surrounded by tall plants --- for instance

    For the sake of argument - KC always stretches the truth, why would she tell the whole truth to her attorney? Wouldn't she want to make herself seem like a "good girl" even when telling this.
    KC: I buried my daughter
    ...the humble opinion of Jo Schmo...0 number of Days Jury Deliberated for Caylee


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    Quote Originally Posted by okiedokietoo View Post
    Ok but wait if the Enquirer just got this story and their source is who we think it is, why wouldn't that source tell a story that would fit the facts?

    KC: and I put Caylee on the ground surrounded by tall plants --- for instance

    For the sake of argument - KC always stretches the truth, why would she tell the whole truth to her attorney? Wouldn't she want to make herself seem like a "good girl" even when telling this.
    KC: I buried my daughter
    This story has been around a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnatcatcher View Post
    "Casey said she was able to drive her car into the wooded area about a half-mile from her Florida home near a school," a source close to the case disclosed.

    "Then she said, 'When I got out of the car, I tripped over these bricks.' She said she buried Caylee's body nearby, and it was about 80 feet from the road."


    well we know that's totally not true.
    Where the body was found, she wouldn't have been able to drive the car into. The area was drop off from the road. She wouldn't have been able to get her car back on the road. AND it would have damaged the bushes, left marks etc, Folks would have remembered seeing the mess that would have made.

    The car never left the road.
    Just my opinion.....
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    Oh no, not Brandon Snow, I meant Kronk's son Brandon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spangle View Post
    Where the body was found, she wouldn't have been able to drive the car into. The area was drop off from the road. She wouldn't have been able to get her car back on the road. AND it would have damaged the bushes, left marks etc, Folks would have remembered seeing the mess that would have made.

    The car never left the road.
    You posted before I could get the lead out of my fingers. "IF" her car got into those woods, it would have never come out. JMHO There is no way that car was driven into and out of that particular area. Not possible


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnatcatcher View Post
    Was Brandon ever questioned by LE?
    Good question!

    Was Brandon Snow ever questioned?

    He seems like the most "logical" to be Caylee's father...Looks-wise.


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    Every time Casey looked at Caylee she was seeing "his" face................


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    I call "shenanigans".


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    While it is obviously a tabloid rag, they have been accurate many times in the past about their stories. In fact, IIRC, they are pushing for a Pulitzer for exposing the John Edwards/mistress/baby daddy scandal. They were the first to break the story, amidst fervent denials, and turns out they were right.

    Ya never know . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by okiedokietoo View Post
    For the sake of argument - KC always stretches the truth, why would she tell the whole truth to her attorney? Wouldn't she want to make herself seem like a "good girl" even when telling this.
    KC: I buried my daughter
    Remember, too, that until the last few months, Baez was using the word "innocent" to describe KC and only recently began saying "not guilty." "Innocent" would be an odd term to use if you'd been told by your client that you'd buried the child.

    Furthermore, if there is a connection between JB and the search conducted by DC in November, why the wait of several months before going out there (assuming the Enquirer's timeframe of an August confession is correct.)?

    And further furthermore , are we to assume all of the corrections officers who heard the story kept it from OCSO and the prosecution for an entire year? Even after interviews of a couple of them regarding KC's reaction to the breaking news on Dec. 11? For what reason would no one bring the information forward?

    Quite a stretch, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWG View Post
    Remember, too, that until the last few months, Baez was using the word "innocent" to describe KC and only recently began saying "not guilty." "Innocent" would be an odd term to use if you'd been told by your client that you'd buried the child.

    Furthermore, if there is a connection between JB and the search conducted by DC in November, why the wait of several months before going out there (assuming the Enquirer's timeframe of an August confession is correct.)?

    And further furthermore , are we to assume all of the corrections officers who heard the story kept it from OCSO and the prosecution for an entire year? Even after interviews of a couple of them regarding KC's reaction to the breaking news on Dec. 11? For what reason would no one bring the information forward?

    Quite a stretch, IMO.
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    Guess LP was on Levi Show last night talking about this. See butterfy1978 post #235 on

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    ...the humble opinion of Jo Schmo...0 number of Days Jury Deliberated for Caylee


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    Quote Originally Posted by okiedokietoo View Post
    Guess LP was on Levi Show last night talking about this. See butterfy1978 post #235 on

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    Good ole Lenny. He also said that Casey's fingerprints were found on the duct tape. He stated that on the NG show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brattigirle View Post
    I call "shenanigans".

    No jokes here...Casey knew EXACTLY who the father of Caylee was.


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    Quote Originally Posted by akashana View Post
    While it is obviously a tabloid rag, they have been accurate many times in the past about their stories. In fact, IIRC, they are pushing for a Pulitzer for exposing the John Edwards/mistress/baby daddy scandal. They were the first to break the story, amidst fervent denials, and turns out they were right.

    Ya never know . . .
    I know every once in a while they do get a scoop right on some things - but has anyone been following their stories on Casey and keeping stats on how many times if any they've been right in their "bombshells"? Because I don't remember any.


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