CA: "She knows that she was loved by her family and thats ALL thats important." I bolded the word but she emphasized it. I understand that emphasis on a positive, transcendental concept in a tragic circumstance can help mourners deal with the overwhelming grief and anger and fear that is so numbing and powerful. If thats how Cindy used the idea, I understand. But the statement followed her comments about KC: "Mostly the things that I miss is watching the love that she shared with her mother. It breaks my heart today that KC's not with us today to honor her child, whom she loved so very, very much. KC, I hope your able to hear me today. I love you and I wish I could comfort you right now. I wish I could take away all of your pain. And wipe away your tears. I wanta thank you for giving me the greatest gift that I have ever received, and that is for Caylee Marie. Caylee was so much like you. She got her beauty and her compassion and her spirit and she will always love you. She knows that she was loved by her family. And thats all thats important, Stay strong my child. God will keep you safe and Caylee is watching over all of us...." Her most emotional moments were here, talking about KC and Caylee, and about their loving relationship, and telling KC how much she supports her and wants to comfort her. And then she said it: ALL that is important is that Caylee knew the family loved her. Chilling because Cindy knows KC killed Caylee, and if thats ALL that is important, then nothing else is, including murder. Or, maybe she was just dealing with the pain by maximizing the thought: love conquers all. Don't think so myself.