2009.04.09 Cindy's Deposition #2

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by affinity, Apr 10, 2009.

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  1. Rumpole

    Rumpole Formerly known as "Hercule Poirot"

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    OMG! :doh:
    I thought those were the bloopers? All 3 hours of them.
     


  2. DotsEyes

    DotsEyes Former Member

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    You have to watch it very closely and rewind often. Especially when you see CA get upset, rewind back and keep listening to the line of questioning and you will see.

    She answered the question asked, save for some that the judge will determine whether or not the questions will lead to any admissable evidence, and I doubt he will find that they do. The questioner was very poorly skilled. CA was on the ball, she didn't let him get away with any nonsense, or misstatements or revisions of her testimony and he tried. (not through skill mind you, just a bad questioner IMHO)

    She had every right to get aggravated. She made perfect sense to me. I am afraid the plaintiffs lawyers have been reading too much tabloid and watching too much edited video.

    CA good job! You held your own in there and they were just bad at trying to make a silk purse case out of a sow's ear.
     
  3. DotsEyes

    DotsEyes Former Member

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    Watch and listen that's all I can say.

    "When she said 'she's close', she was right wasn't she?"
    CA explained that KC meant that ZFG was still around Orlando because she was suppose to bring the baby home for her birthday.
    CA was right. He took KC's words out of context and tried to make it mean something else. That is why she said "just because something is said, it doesn't mean anything".

    I give her some kudos on this one. I am glad that I was able to see the entire unedited deposition. I have a whole new mindset on CA.
     
  4. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    Curious, did you also think CA did a great job when she said that her MySpace posting titled "My Caylee is Missing" didn't mean that her Caylee was missing?


    I've often enjoyed many of your posts, so perhaps offer up more examples for discussion purposes, because so far, I am not finding a point on which we agree on this one.
     
  5. Rumpole

    Rumpole Formerly known as "Hercule Poirot"

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    Mrs Cynthia M. A. talks out of her :behind:

    Isn't it amazing that she can talk and chew gum at the same time!
     
  6. mitzi

    mitzi Watch us lie to cover for 'Princess'

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    I think George makes that smile and says to himself, "If I don't do my dumba$$ smile, I'm gonna throw-up!"
     
  7. mitzi

    mitzi Watch us lie to cover for 'Princess'

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    At the murder trial, she'll probably say, "They didn't tell me I had to swear to tell the truth!" :crazy:
     
  8. Ezryder9

    Ezryder9 Yes it's a Harley and no, you can't ride it!

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    I must have still had my jaw dragging the floor and my eyes all bugged out and missed that. But believe me, I won't go back and watch again to find out!

    Wouldn't surprise me if it was new to him, though. I can't imagine that Cindy and George have told him everything.
     
  9. Gypsy Road

    Gypsy Road Well-Known Member

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    Oh you didn't hear? One of the Anthony's Yorkie dogs got ahold of the address book and chewed the page out that had Zeniada's address and phone number on it before Cindy had a chance to look it up. :crazy: I kid! I kid!
     
  10. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    I really do think it was new to him. How could that be?
     
  11. Rumpole

    Rumpole Formerly known as "Hercule Poirot"

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    Clearly not a WS member and a very poor lurker?
     
  12. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    Or he simply prefers to sleep more than we do?
     
  13. Ezryder9

    Ezryder9 Yes it's a Harley and no, you can't ride it!

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    I don't know, but I thought BC seemed to be watching very intently as the questions were asked...at least the times his face was on the video...almost as if a LOT of what he was hearing was news to him
     
  14. Rumpole

    Rumpole Formerly known as "Hercule Poirot"

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    Seriously, you do not have to be full blown WS Positive to be aware of such details, especially if it is part of your job and potentially very important to your clients.
     
  15. Gypsy Road

    Gypsy Road Well-Known Member

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    He prolly NEEDS all the sleep he can get after a day working with those two.:bang:
     
  16. Ezryder9

    Ezryder9 Yes it's a Harley and no, you can't ride it!

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    True, but it surely would help!
     
  17. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    I'm curious. Did you get the same impression that it was new to him?
     
  18. JustJax

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    Ha! Your post just told me that I must be out of my mind to still be logged in.
    This case has consumed me as much as the Laci/Conner Peterson murder.
    It's been alot of years but the sleuthing has come a long way.

    Nite all, see ya on the flip side and Happy Easter!:blowkiss:
     
  19. Rumpole

    Rumpole Formerly known as "Hercule Poirot"

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    I confess. I missed that bit.

    I am not going to watch it again, so I will take your word for it.
     
  20. ThoughtElf

    ThoughtElf Former Member

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    Night Jax. Happy Easter to you, too!
     
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