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    Many Faces of GA

    At first GA garnered alot of sympathy as a grieving grandpa....

    He also impressed us in suit and tie, when he testified in the grand jury to indict KC. We thought he went in to tell the truth. Maybe he did.

    But facts afterward showed that he pulled an about face.

    My question is...Is GA a tortured soul or complicit in this case and as good as a liar as his wife and daughter?

    Which is it or is it both?

    The reason I put this is out is that I believe he has so much more information to add to the last days of little Caylee.

    Will the GA we though we knew at the grand jury (and even suicide attempt) present or will the GA that we saw at the ZG deposition win out?

    Does he hold the answer?

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    Good question.

    We all assumed that George's testimony at the Grand Jury made the difference. Why? Because that is what George inferred.

    As for the suicide attempt? I recall the photo of the beer in the fridge- light beer- and that was a red flag. Hmmm...

    I don't know whether he holds the answer. But I wouldn't be surprised that he might hold an answer.

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    I have always felt George and Cindy are just opposite sides of the same coin.

    He just has a better social mask than Cindy does.
    Casey learned to mask herself in public from him.
    And much like him people who hadn't been on the receiving end of her deceit all said she was lovely, and happy, and successful, and a wonderful mother.

    George is sneaky and manipulative.

    The fact that he does in a likable exterior actually makes him more slippery.
    You can see Cindy's agenda from a mile away. She wears it on her sleeve.

    Based largely on my own upbringing, when I see that tortured saint of a man/woman who is standing by their dysfunctional family it sets my radar right off. I frequently think they are the sickest one in the bunch.

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    This has the potential to be a very interesting thread! Please, as always lets shoot for constructive discussion and leave the GA bashing out. By bashing I mean just ripping him a new one without really advancing the discussion.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentjbkent View Post
    I thought I had ole George all figured out a few months ago and sometimes still have the impression I may be close to dead straight on....but then he will react or behave in a certain manner, and then I wonder WHO THE HECK IS HE?
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    Who the heck is he? good question! Sometimes I think he has a mind of his own,theory of his own but is afraid of CA..Sometimes I think he is the only one who grieves for Caylee.I feel he is fed up with KC.( one can love a person but not like them).KC has pulled one too many tricks.He cant speak up against her C.would throw him out on the street.I dont think he gives a fig about "how the family"looks.Deep down I feel he is mourning Caylee and it is tearing him apart.They will divorce later I'm sure.I guess the nitty gritty is none of us will really know til he takes the stand.I keep my fingers crossed.IMO.
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    I've never assumed GA told the GJ the truth or was helpful at all. In fact, I figured he was the same ole GA that he's been the rest of the time. Why would he different for the GJ? And GA is not some wallflower to CA. I've seen him boss her around and tell her to shut up on a couple of occasions.

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    I think George bows to Cindy when it comes to taking responsibility in his life. From what I have seen he had no say in how the kids were raised, he also turned over his career choices to Cindy. It allows him to sit back and feel no quilt for things that happened and live at ease with no fault.

    He takes the easy road.
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    involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls;
    it tolls for thee. . . .
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    Turning over everything to a spouse like George did allows him to blame her when it all goes to heck and he can then justify an affair.
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    .............Any man's death diminishes me because I am
    involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls;
    it tolls for thee. . . .
    from Meditation 17
    by John Donne

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    I think George is what Casey would have been if she hadn't murdered Caylee and married someone gullible enough to take her in and raise her child for her. She was too caught up in her jealously of Caylee to see the real way out, the way that her father made his life an easy ride. He's a slick one, he is. Had me all fooled. I used to think CA was the worst of that bunch, but at least I know what I'm getting with her.

    He reminds me of all the manipulative, sleazy people that see a target and take advantage of it. I mean look at his life! He's got Cindy bringing home the bacon, raising and dealing with the kids, basically a free ride. It's too bad Casey didn't learn enough from him or she could have had la bella vita...

    And once it's over with, he'll divorce Cindy and find some other woman to trick into taking him in and paying for him. People like him don't stop, especially when being what he is has been so successful for him. I don't think he feels any guilt at all, except maybe for not teaching Casey how to work the system better...

    If he'd really loved Caylee, he wouldn't have sat back and let everything happen. He's just as much responsible for what happened to her. Just because you're a bystander and don't participate doesn't mean you're absolved from guilt. It just shows what a coward you are to let things happen to other people because you don't want to get involved or get your hands dirty.

    I better stop because I'm going to a dark place that might get me banned...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Fessel View Post
    Turning over everything to a spouse like George did allows him to blame her when it all goes to heck and he can then justify an affair.
    You've got that right! And uses CA to make people think he's poor picked on George. Feel sorry for me and give me money!


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    Ah the many faces of George.

    Caring loving adoring father and grandfather.(too numerous to mention)
    Loyal husband.(no problems in this marriage-all is well supposedly)
    Man of strength.(Trying to be the pillar for his family so he says)
    Man of anger.(Spraying the protesters with water hose)
    Man of honor.(Defending his daughter to the end)
    Man of knowledge.(George is a guy who knows a lot about a lot of things)
    Man of LAW.(COP)
    Tongue tied innocence.(tripping over his words so sweetly you almost believe him)
    Suicidal.(or pretending to be)
    Homocidal? (almost that one time when he said the body in the trunk isn't Caylee)
    Endearing sweetness.(Hey princess!)
    Pompous a$$.(Shut up Cindy!)
    Selfish gambler.(supposedly blew their life savings)
    Cheating husband?(enter Krystal OR whatever lady from the past)
    Teller of lies.(It was pizza!)
    Teller of half truths.(I don't want to say human.I don't want to say that)
    Teller of whatever he is told to tell.(the switcharoo on the story of the gas cans)
    Manipulative and sneaky car salesman.(he is selling this Casey is innocent car)
    Violent son?(dad through the plate glass window)
    Wayward father? (he did leave when Caylee was first born and was gone a while)
    Jealous?(His siblings seem more successful than he and he talks about their money)
    Drinker? Well their was that lite beer and what Krystal tells us-plus beer pong!
    Sneaky-pretending something that he KNOWS is not true.(Caylee)
    Liar! (let's not touch that one!)

    ABC provided $200,000.00 to
    Casey Anthonys defense!
    The MURDERED should not be USED to pay for the MURDERERS DEFENSE!

    American Tragedy: The defense of Casey Anthony.

    Juror No. 11 somehow made the journey from Casey is the one on trial to George may be a murderer, based on how George acted on the stand? 3 years of evidence against Casey and he throws George under the bus. Makes sense?
    What evidence indicated that George might be a murderer? Anyone?
    Weren't they to ONLY consider EVIDENCE?
    This NOT GUILTY verdict throws Caylee right back into the swamp she decomposed in. Thanks to this "impartial" jury.

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    I would sure like to know the reason for him changing jobs so much. That could be telling.
    .............Any man's death diminishes me because I am
    involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls;
    it tolls for thee. . . .
    from Meditation 17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aedrys View Post
    I think George is what Casey would have been if she hadn't murdered Caylee and married someone gullible enough to take her in and raise her child for her. She was too caught up in her jealously of Caylee to see the real way out, the way that her father made his life an easy ride. He's a slick one, he is. Had me all fooled. I used to think CA was the worst of that bunch, but at least I know what I'm getting with her.

    He reminds me of all the manipulative, sleazy people that see a target and take advantage of it. I mean look at his life! He's got Cindy bringing home the bacon, raising and dealing with the kids, basically a free ride. It's too bad Casey didn't learn enough from him or she could have had la bella vita...

    And once it's over with, he'll divorce Cindy and find some other woman to trick into taking him in and paying for him. People like him don't stop, especially when being what he is has been so successful for him. I don't think he feels any guilt at all, except maybe for not teaching Casey how to work the system better...

    If he'd really loved Caylee, he wouldn't have sat back and let everything happen. He's just as much responsible for what happened to her. Just because you're a bystander and don't participate doesn't mean you're absolved from guilt. It just shows what a coward you are to let things happen to other people because you don't want to get involved or get your hands dirty.I better stop because I'm going to a dark place that might get me banned...
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    George is the one that had been with LE years ago. He also wants to be seen as the one who had his heart broken over the death of his granddaughter he adored. I've always wondered why George didn't demand to meet the nanny, not that there was one, but if there was he should have met her being the protective Grandpa he was. He knew KC was not working, had lied about the $400 hold-up that never happened, and George knew a whole lot more.

    He did always take that easy road. I'd say George is one to always let his loved ones down when they need him to be strong. I already feel let down by what he protrayed of himself, and what I've seen. I was disappointed in him when he created the June 16th stories. I fear he's going to let us down.

    Sorry George, but

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    This is an interesting thread. I can get no handle on him at all. LA is the same; always just when I think they are going to step up and tell the truth they shut down and become transparently tricky.
    One thing that really struck me reading one of the jail-house transcripts yesterday was how fawningly grateful he was that KC wanted to talk to him, see him, reconnect with him, dish out a tiny portion of affection to him. It was pathetic to see a father be so in thrall to his daughter, especially considering that the daughter in question was sitting being an unhelpful and self-absorbed lump in jail, suspected of a heinous crime that cruelly impacted on him.
    To me all of the Anthony's are like puffs of smoke, lacking substance and coherence, blowing this way and that, making people choke and sputter.
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    I've been critical of George since seeing so much criticism of Cindy, because I do not believe that money could be squandered and then hidden from a controlling wife. George seems to try and get out of things by blaming Cindy and Casey did the same exact thing. George is very dramatic and makes everything about himself. He's pretty easy to figure out, and I believe he's capable of cooking up some wild stories and plots.

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