2011.07.17 Casey Released From Jail

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Eileen730

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I think she will live off of men. I DO think she'll marry,probably more than once. She's a user,and she likes the spotlight a wedding would bring.
She also gets bored with people easily and moves on.That's why I think there will be more than one wedding.

She needs someone that will come with the gas cans when she runs out of gas.
this girl has no idea how to take care of herself.
 

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Well, anyone in my house who was lying about having a job and a nanny and was in charge of my grandchild would be committed by me, or signing over parental rights, because what goes on in my house is my business and if I chose to ignore all that and something happened to my grandchild because I was too afraid to confront my daughter for fear of conflict, I would never forgive myself.

Well, Chablis...it is another one for the record book.:rocker:We agree...CA as a nurse alone, much less a Mother should have seen and dealt with FCA's behavior much earlier and this whole thing did not happen in a vaccum. I would imagine that FCA exhibited behavior out of the norm of acceptable well before attaining her majority. I would have had psychiatric intervention in childhood...according to LA FCA was lying about everything when she was very, very young.
 

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Did I hear an attorney say she got a protective order the other day when Baez was there? Did I really hear that? On who? Everyone in the country?
 

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Agree, it is one thing to love and believe in your child, it is another thing to enable them with the ability to get the very thing that will lead to their destruction. What kind of parental love is that?
Exactly! If this is "unconditional love", that's why I don't believe in unconditional love.:snooty: My love for my child is CONDITIONAL: you murder someone, you lose my love!!!
 

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With all due respect.... IMHO that is NOT GRIEVING. :twocents: That is PARTYING. There is a distinct difference. :cow:

I actually like it when we talk about the grief counsellor from the trial - and grieving - it actually cheers me up...:rocker:
 

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Googled Jake Schalmo and found his facebook page and I won't link it, since I'm not sure it's allowed. But it says, Talent Acquisition Specialist at Schagody Management Went to LIFESKILLS COLUMBUS NORTH Lives in Columbus, Ohio From Shreve, Ohio

Is this a hoax or is it for real?
 

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I agree with you but what breaks my heart is all the blatant hatred. I am so shocked at the amount of hatred in peoples hearts. I just can't understand it.

I guess it's because of the untimely death of her child that she dumped in the woods. That stirs all kinds of emotions in me.
 

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Casey got where she is by having this same mentality. "It's not my fault, it's someone else's." Lots of people have messed up parents and lots of people have parents who did the best they could with what they had. Casey is responsible for Casey's actions...not her mom, not her dad, and not her brother. I am so tired of seeing Cindy blamed for Casey's actions. Cindy is responsible for her horrible actions and Casey gets to claim responsibility for her own.

Casey is responsible as an adult for her actions...but this did not just happen in a vaccum...Casey exhibited signs of a psych disorder much younger according to LA and nothing was done...and then her Mother lies on the stand to get her off..I am done with the lot of them.
 

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I understand that she is out of jail.
I understand that she cannot be retried due to Double Jeopardy
I understand that a jury acquitted her of the unlawful killing of her child.

What I don't understand is why.

Why must I accept a verdict I consider patently wrong?
Why must I "get over" what I believe to be a miscarriage of justice?
Why must I change my opinion of her?
Why must I hope she goes on to live happily ever after?

I saw the trial too. There was little evidence presented that the jury saw that I did not. I have read many, many supporting documents. I have reviewed the evidence and depositions. In my deliberations, she was found guilty.

Tough luck if you don't like it - I really don't care.

Post of the day IMO!!!!!
 

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I agree with you but what breaks my heart is all the blatant hatred. I am so shocked at the amount of hatred in peoples hearts. I just can't understand it.
It pales in comparison to the hatred of the mother that never provided for her own daughter and instead invented a nanny so she could drag her along to sleep in the bed of her boyfriend. It pales in comparison to the hatred of the mother who murdered her child by cutting off her air with duct tape and threw her in the trunk while she went and played house with her boyfriend. It pales in comparison to the hatred of the mother who dumped her body amongst the trash in the woods where the insects and animals could feast off her flesh. It pales in comparison to the hatred of the mother who went out and parties while her daughter was rotting in the woods. It pales in comparison to the hatred of the mother that allowed her family to believe her child was alive, knowing that her body was rotting a short distance from their home.

The hatred you see is a reflection of the hatred Casey has put out there in the world.
 

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The trial is over. Casey has been released.The public will start losing interest.How long do you think it will be before she gives an interview or writes a book? If I wanted the public to leave me alone so I could start a new life, I would stay out of sight,out of mind. All that said,I don't think it's a matter of the public leaving Casey alone.

BBM,

And I would fully expect a person who wants to be left alone NOT to wear the brightest pink fuchsia t-shirt, and the tighest jeans and strut out of jail for all the world to see. She did that on purpose, because it's all about CMAAAAAAAAAA....

MOO of course.

Mel
 

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Dr. Drew is an ADDICTION SPECIALIST. He has never been trained as a mental health therapist or psychologist.
 

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Well, anyone in my house who was lying about having a job and a nanny and was in charge of my grandchild would be committed by me, or signing over parental rights, because what goes on in my house is my business and if I chose to ignore all that and something happened to my grandchild because I was too afraid to confront my daughter for fear of conflict, I would never forgive myself.

On what grounds would they have FCA signing over parental rights? She was a 'good mother', Mother of the Year, in fact, according to the Anthonys. How would they get her committed? I don't think lying and not having a job are grounds for involuntary commitment.
 

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Yeah, and her mom didn't press charges. She had to have known Casey was not working. She knew her daughter was troubled and she just went on her way ignoring there was something wrong with her daughter hoping for the best. She had an obligation to her grandchild and there is more than enough proof she knew how bad Casey was. When you grow up with a head in the sand mom and a messed up cheating dad, it WILL mess you up. But it was more important for Cindy to live in her fantasy world, and I dont blame her, it had to suck to have a messed up daughter and no good husband. Being away for 3 years was the best thing that happened to Casey. I hope she thrives and gets honest and does good.
It probably was pretty sucky to have Cindy and George for parents. My parents were also verbally abusive. But neither Cindy, nor George have murdered anyone, Casey has. Having a bad childhood doesn't excuse personal responsibility!
 

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It's not that cut and dry when a baby is involved. If Cindy threw Casey out, Caylee went to. Cindy knew that Casey could not be trusted to take care of Caylee. How do we know Cindy didn't try to get Casey into therapy or that Casey never went?

Right , was there a big fight? Is Caylee's demise a result?
 

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Has anyone started a list of jobs that she might find. I would think it would be best for her to work somewhere where the public could not see her.

+Telemarketing
+Phone Support
+Stuffing Envelopes
+Stockroom Work
+Dishwasher feel free to add

+Stripper (not the furniture kind)
 
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