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Old 02-23-2010, 02:08 PM
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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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Old 02-23-2010, 02:09 PM
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Guess LP was on Levi Show last night talking about this. See butterfy1978 post #235 on

http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4839541#post4839541
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Old 02-23-2010, 02:12 PM
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Guess LP was on Levi Show last night talking about this. See butterfy1978 post #235 on

http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...41#post4839541
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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I call "shenanigans".

No jokes here...Casey knew EXACTLY who the father of Caylee was.
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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 . . .
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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Old 02-23-2010, 02:43 PM
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No jokes here...Casey knew EXACTLY who the father of Caylee was.
I wasn't referring to the father of anyone. I was talking about the daisy chain.
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Old 02-23-2010, 02:45 PM
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The father is OT in this thread but KC slept around maybe she didn't know.
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Okay, not saying at all I believe this but could this have happened this way
First could she have enter the woods from the vacant house? Second before all the rain, I believe the woods could have been dry enough to drive 80' into (maybe not where RK entered) and she did bury Caylee in a shallow grave and with the rain from the hurricane (and we had lots of it) could it had moved the body to the point where it was found? I would have to revisit the geographics on this too, but it's just a thought.

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Does anyone have Casey's complete visitor log? I have one that ends 7/26/08 and one that doesn't start until 10/15/08. If by any stretch of the imagination the Enquirer was correct that the prosecutors had only recently learned of this (alleged-and-probably-never-happened) statement, I would think it would have to have been made in the context of a meeting that was logged in as an "attorney meeting" but in actuality was with a person who would not "count" for purposes of the attorney-client privilege--or arguably would not count. I assume the prosecutors would have reviewed the tapes of all other visits.
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"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.
But it's consistant with KC lying about everything. For a lazy (took 3 mins to choose that word lol!) person, 80 feet might be 8 yards.
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I'm wondering if KC and JB simply thought or assumed they were overheard because of the coincidence of RK finding the body where KC thought it would never be discovered....I just find it hard to believe KC told anyone the truth. Hope I'm wrong and that the guilt eats everyone who knows the truth up at night......
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Old 02-23-2010, 04:19 PM
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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.
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Yes. I wonder that also. I have no idea if any of this is true, but I do wonder why if you are going to make something up why you wouldn't go with known facts? Why give a story that goes so against what is known?
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Does anyone have Casey's complete visitor log? I have one that ends 7/26/08 and one that doesn't start until 10/15/08. If by any stretch of the imagination the Enquirer was correct that the prosecutors had only recently learned of this (alleged-and-probably-never-happened) statement, I would think it would have to have been made in the context of a meeting that was logged in as an "attorney meeting" but in actuality was with a person who would not "count" for purposes of the attorney-client privilege--or arguably would not count. I assume the prosecutors would have reviewed the tapes of all other visits.
OH AZ!!! Where would I be without your brilliant deductions and insights! Thank goodness for posters like you and MM and BJB JWG etc., you keep my head from exploding on this case with your logic and deduction........

could this "visitor" be DC or someone similar? Where the attorney/client privilege has been blurred terribly in this case?
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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.
Gotta admit you are right on this one Logicalgirl, normally I trust the Inquirer as most of their sensational stories do provie out to be true! Maybe because this is my first time following a case simultaneously while a member of WS do I notice how innacurrate their reporting has been on this case. Hmmmmmmmmmm, they could do well to spend more time here before publishing I think!
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Does anyone have Casey's complete visitor log? I have one that ends 7/26/08 and one that doesn't start until 10/15/08. If by any stretch of the imagination the Enquirer was correct that the prosecutors had only recently learned of this (alleged-and-probably-never-happened) statement, I would think it would have to have been made in the context of a meeting that was logged in as an "attorney meeting" but in actuality was with a person who would not "count" for purposes of the attorney-client privilege--or arguably would not count. I assume the prosecutors would have reviewed the tapes of all other visits.

Here is 7/24/08 - 8/3/08:

http://blogs.discovery.com/criminal_...tation_log.pdf


For some reason I can't open the Enquirer article, so I am reading this thread for info.
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Good question!

Was Brandon Snow ever questioned?

He seems like the most "logical" to be Caylee's father...Looks-wise.
Have you looked at Mark Hopkins? He was the guy stationed in California that Casey was going to tell something very important to- a big surprise- he looks more like Caylee than Brandon IMO.
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"Kronk was looking for the bricks that Casey said she tripped over," said the source. "He found some brick pavers, but they weren't the right ones."

Okay, that sounds more like DC than RK. I read the OCSO summary of what RK experienced through out trying to get LE's attention and it was DC who talked about pavers.

And, Casey having to "drive her car" is so wrong.

RK and the two men he was with the first time, say they knew about the case-that it was all over the news. They knew where they were at, around the corner from where the Anthonys lived. It makes perfect sense to me, RK's story and it obviously makes sense to LE.

I think this is spin put out to bring back people talking about RK. It's funny that people have been speculating re: DC and him finding out through JB/Lee and Lee telling Cindy, where to look for Caylee's remains(that being maybe the reason for the SA's motion re: new evidence) and with this story we are drawn back to RK again.
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"Kronk was looking for the bricks that Casey said she tripped over," said the source. "He found some brick pavers, but they weren't the right ones."

Okay, that sounds more like DC than RK. I read the OCSO summary of what RK experienced through out trying to get LE's attention and it was DC who talked about pavers.

And, Casey having to "drive her car" is so wrong.

RK and the two men he was with the first time, say they knew about the case-that it was all over the news. They knew where they were at, around the corner from where the Anthonys lived. It makes perfect sense to me, RK's story and it obviously makes sense to LE.

I think this is spin put out to bring back people talking about RK. It's funny that people have been speculating re: DC and him finding out through JB/Lee and Lee telling Cindy, where to look for Caylee's remains(that being maybe the reason for the SA's motion re: new evidence) and with this story we are drawn back to RK again.
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According to CF13 News - Dominic Casey visited KC in jail on 8/8/08

http://www.cfnews13.com/Features/Cas...nsultants.aspx

Here is another jail log AZ:

http://www.wftv.com/download/2008/0807/17122148.pdf
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Two weeks before Thanksgiving 2008, his son Brandon said Kronk told him: "I know where Caylee is, and I'm going to go get her."

On Dec. 11, 2008, Kronk returned to the site and found Caylee's remains.

"The only reason Roy Kronk found Caylee is that the body's location had come to him in a roundabout way from Casey Anthony herself," said the source.

Prosecutors learned about Casey's jailhouse confession only recently, and filed a motion on Feb. 3 asking for a private meeting with the judge presiding over pre-trial hearings in the case.



The more I read, the more I keep on thinking: that's the DC story, not the RK story. I'm not the only one, but the theory this week has been that DC heard where Caylee was "in a roundabout way" from Casey Anthony herself(JB to Lee, Lee to Cindy).

"I know where Caylee is, and I'm going to get her." That is what is said DC said! I just posted in a old thread re: George about how in his interview in December of last year he invokes the "I don't want to think I could bring someone into this world who could hurt..." word for word.

Methinks there is some serious spin being spun.
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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 . . .
One out of 53 744 stories right does not make one reputable.
I can't even believe this is being discussed.
This isn't even in the realm of "truth".
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An aside........while I doubt the validity of the story as "truth".....I suspect that a source close to the defense has offered this story as "truth" in order to further an agenda. While I don't consider the NE a go to resource for news.....they have come quite far from the days of "Alien fetus delivered in a mall restroom" headlines. They are actually in the running for a Pulitzer Prize for the John Edwards story.

While I don't "believe" every story printed, I will also not "discount" it based solely on the publisher of said story. KWIM?????
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Prosecutors learned about Casey's jailhouse confession only recently,

What both stories do have in common: this is all because there is/was a confession by Casey. Seems what is being argued is who heard that confession and what they did after that, what they found and did not found...

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This NE story only proves to me that the "unnamed source" has great difficulty in letting his daisy chain theory go. Am I imagining things, or did I hear him also say on the NG show months ago something about the car being driven off the road when the body was dumped?
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