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Old 08-17-2008, 07:10 PM
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Dog The Bounty Hunter Advises Against Casey Getting Out of Jail on Bond

I'm still trying to find a transcript of Dog's interview on Fox today but here are the key points Dog made to the best of my recollection:

Thinks Padilla has good intentions (he's a family man, has kids, grandkids himself) but is going about finding Caylee "the wrong way". Reminds Padilla LE and the FBI are actively working the case.

Re: Electronic Monitoring Device: Andrew Luster also wore one. According to Dog, they don't work.

Tropical storm Fay is heading Florida's way giving way to the potential for evidence to be washed up or destroyed.

Believes a judge could issue a court order that would prevent Padilla and his nephew from getting Casey released on bond.

There's more but this is what I remember at the moment. Hopefully others saw the interview too and can add their recollections until there is a transcript available.
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Old 08-17-2008, 07:55 PM
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I am trying to upload the clip from DOG on FOX today and having problems.
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Old 08-17-2008, 07:58 PM
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"Dog" could just be jealous that Padilla has the cajones and that he didn't think of it first or could afford to spring her from jail. I love it when celebrities fight via the media. Where's Rosie O'Donnell when ya need her?
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Old 08-17-2008, 07:58 PM
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I think Dog knows what he is talking about! I also think that we have forgotten that LE is in charge of Casey and the court. Her bond reduction was denied twice. I know that LE sticks together. If there is anything they can come up with to keep her in jail, trust me THEY WILL.
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Old 08-17-2008, 07:59 PM
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I'm still trying to find a transcript of Dog's interview on Fox today but here are the key points Dog made to the best of my recollection:

Thinks Padilla has good intentions (he's a family man, has kids, grandkids himself) but is going about finding Caylee "the wrong way". Reminds Padilla LE and the FBI are actively working the case.

Re: Electronic Monitoring Device: Andrew Luster also wore one. According to Dog, they don't work.

Tropical storm Fay is heading Florida's way giving way to the potential for evidence to be washed up or destroyed.

Believes a judge could issue a court order that would prevent Padilla and his nephew from getting Casey released on bond.

There's more but this is what I remember at the moment. Hopefully others saw the interview too and can add their recollections until there is a transcript available.

Thanks so much for the recap, I had to attend to real life and missed it. I think I remember your from the Laci case. If so, I'm so happy to reconnect.
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Old 08-17-2008, 07:59 PM
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"Dog" could just be jealous that Padilla has the cajones and that he didn't think of it first or could afford to spring her from jail. I love it when celebrities fight via the media. Where's Rosie O'Donnell when ya need her?
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Could be, but I doubt it. I worked in Denver when Dog was a well known bounty hunter! Trust me he has nerve. He also knows better then to tick of LE.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:00 PM
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Believes a judge could issue a court order that would prevent Padilla and his nephew from getting Casey released on bond.
He probably meant to say:
Hopes a judge could issue a court order that would prevent Padilla and his nephew from getting Casey released on bond.
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what I meant to say is that dog used to work as a bounty hunter in the Denver area. That's where he got his start.
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Could be, but I doubt it. I worked in Denver when Dog was a well known bounty hunter! Trust me he has nerve. He also knows better then to tick of LE.
I didn't suggest anything about "ticking off" LE.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:02 PM
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I didn't suggest anything about "ticking off" LE.
I know you didn't. I do know that LE doesn't like a bounty hunter like this coming in and getting in the middle of their "game" That's what I think is happening in Orlando.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:02 PM
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what I meant to say is that dog used to work as a bounty hunter in the Denver area. That's where he got his start.
I don't know where you're going with this. What do you mean and how is Dog's point of origin (in this business) a factor in his opinion of Leonard Padilla?
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:05 PM
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Let me see if I can make myself more clear. Padilla, or Dog or any bounty hunter will not be welcomed by LE in this case. This is nothing personal about Padilla. This is a fact.
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I know you didn't. I do know that LE doesn't like a bounty hunter like this coming in and getting in the middle of their "game" That's what I think is happening in Orlando.

Oh, I see. Well, thank goodness this is America where people can do whatever the heck they want to do, within legal limits! I am (as you probably guessed by now) very interested to see what Padilla may be able to uncover in this case which LE has not been able to do thus far.

I have an open mind and pretty much think it's necessary in every situation where the sky is not necessarily blue. This is such a case.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:07 PM
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I do have to say that what he said makes loads of sense... I agree with him.

*goes to check if Hell froze over... not being a fan of the Dog, AT ALL, I never thought I would find myself actually agreeing with him on something. LoL *
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:08 PM
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It is what it is. Tell me if you still feel this way a week from now. BTW. I am well aware that this is America. I love it. I love the fact that we have a criminal justice system that doesn't let criminals run it.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:09 PM
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I know you didn't. I do know that LE doesn't like a bounty hunter like this coming in and getting in the middle of their "game" That's what I think is happening in Orlando.
But what does that matter? If I were in jail and I were eligible for bail, why would it matter if LE didn't like my bondsman? It wouldn't matter.
I still maintain that if there are any grounds to deny her bail then they will do that. If there aren't then they won't and she has the right, at this point, to be bailed out.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:12 PM
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I do have to say that what he said makes loads of sense... I agree with him.

*goes to check if Hell froze over... not being a fan of the Dog, AT ALL, I never thought I would find myself actually agreeing with him on something. LoL *

To be honest, I have no clue at all who "Dog" might be. I don't have cable because my life doesn't warrant the time-to-cost ratio. I am too busy to watch TV.

I contend that anyone in Padilla's same line of business is bound to say something contradictory to what Padilla is doing, for a number of reasons. This kind of stuff makes me wish Padilla more luck than ever. I wish ALL people involved with this case luck, of course ----- but this "Dog" person has me wishing more than I normally would.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:13 PM
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But what does that matter? If I were in jail and I were eligible for bail, why would it matter if LE didn't like my bondsman? It wouldn't matter.
I still maintain that if there are any grounds to deny her bail then they will do that. If there aren't then they won't and she has the right, at this point, to be bailed out.
I totally agree. BUT in the real world of LE it doesn't always run that way. But put yourself in the shoes of OCSO. They have been working hard on this case. This isn't your normal "Bail someone out" case. The attorney is on the chess board. He has advanced by finding a way around the fact that the Anthony's can't raise bail. This is a twist LE wasn't counting on. Neither was the prosecutors office. They are now going to advance and find another way to try and stop it. IMHO.
I agree that the right to be bailed out is an essential right. I just think this case will show us a lot of hidden dynamics. The way it already has.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:13 PM
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But what does that matter? If I were in jail and I were eligible for bail, why would it matter if LE didn't like my bondsman? It wouldn't matter.
I still maintain that if there are any grounds to deny her bail then they will do that. If there aren't then they won't and she has the right, at this point, to be bailed out.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:22 PM
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I totally agree. BUT in the real world of LE it doesn't always run that way. But put yourself in the shoes of OCSO. They have been working hard on this case. This isn't your normal "Bail someone out" case. The attorney is on the chess board. He has advanced by finding a way around the fact that the Anthony's can't raise bail. This is a twist LE wasn't counting on. Neither was the prosecutors office. They are now going to advance and find another way to try and stop it. IMHO.
I agree that the right to be bailed out is an essential right. I just think this case will show us a lot of hidden dynamics. The way it already has.
I agree there is probably more than meets the eye. But what do you mean more than they were counting on? Cindy and George said they would do whatever they had to or could do to bail their daughter out of jail. They could borrow from friends ,neighbors and relatives if they want. There is nothing wrong with bailing her out. It is what the court has ordered. If they want to keep her in, then they will have to convince a judge to keep her there. I think they can do that. But whether they do or not is entirely up to what evidence they have and what a judge deems proper. If they have more evidence this whole conversation is moot, because she will not be going anywhere. but if they don;t have enough evidence to deny her bail, then she has the right to walk out of there under whatever conditions the court so orders.
My only point is that if the court orders her released on bond, then I don't think that LE has a case. If they don't have a case they can't keep her and they best get busy!

I am just for upholding our rights all the time,even if it pizzes people off.

ETA: But I also think this is going to tell the tale as far as what results are back and what evidence has been gathered.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:23 PM
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I don't equate wishing Casey would stay in jail as not recognizing how our system of justice works. If the bondmans can meet the legal requirements, he'll get her out of jail, and my opinion won't matter. The only opinion of Dog I found noteworthy was his lay opinion of Florida law on what he referred to as a charity bond. He didn't mention it in the context of out of state versus in state bondsman. Instead, it seemed to have something to do with not actually paying or putting up a $ percentage. I have no idea whether he knows what he's talking about.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:26 PM
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I hope a miracle happens tomorrow because bonding Casey out is not going to solve a thing. Like Dog Chapman said, she will be on a monitor, she can't go out with Padilla to graveyards to try and scare Casey. It's just not going to happen as she will be confined to "home" whereever that may be.

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Old 08-17-2008, 08:33 PM
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You or Selma don't piss me off! I am not in a popularity contest. I have to be me with my opinions and you all have to be you.
We don't have to agree.
You could be a peach and you could be the most beautiful, succulent peach on the tree. Some people wouldn't like you cause some folks don't like peaches.
I quit people pleasing years ago.
So should you. If that's what you all feel..that's what you feel. I respect it. I don't dislike you or anyone else for your opinions.
I don;t think you are talking to me?
But if you are referring to my "pizzing people off" that was a generalization about the general population. I am not of the mind that any of this is to be taken personally and am pretty vocal about that. I just like to discuss the issues and it never occurs to me to try and please? Maybe you are talking about something else, ya lost me there.
I discuss the facts and try to separate out the emotion on a pretty consistent basis.
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Old 08-17-2008, 08:33 PM
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There is nothing wrong with bailing her out. It is what the court has ordered.
Exactly! What bothers me about some of the opinions I read here, is that on ONE hand, everyone against the bail out is saying, "Let LE do their job! LE has more info than we already know! Padilla isn't qualified to .... WHATEVER!" On the OTHER hand, these same people are basically saying that our justice system (LE!) is screwed up because they SET a bail amount set for Casey Anthony.

Is everyone just peeved that someone is bailing her out, according to their RIGHT to do so?

People either have to respect the system, or not. And if you respect it, then respect the fact that this woman has right to be bailed out of prison at the amount set. But please, folks, please don't think that LE should bend or shape the system's laws for THIS case, based on YOUR opinion.


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Old 08-17-2008, 08:36 PM
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I was waiting for Dog to weigh in on this. Thanks for posting.
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