Thanks for reminding me, I still haven't finished the series entirely. I had to stop during the dinner scene where they prayed over their soup, and then Casey kept blowing on her spoon because the soup was too hot. Like, ....???? Geez.
There isn't enough money that could be offered to me that would allow me to watch any documentary involving CA- for even one minute. I feel the same way about Lori Vallow and Papini- they are so repulsive, so disgusting--- even though Papini didn't murder anybody, she is just such an awful person- a manipulator and a liar to the nth degree.I didn’t know this documentary existed until this weekend - just when I thought I might be safe from ever seeing CA again. Dang, this chick just doesn’t know when to quit. She beat a murder charge, and has been supported by the good graces of her defense team for over a decade. She should have left bad enough alone, and kept herself removed from public consciousness.
I figured I’d give it a chance. Despite the dramatic ‘pity-me’ music that played in the background, I hung in there until episode 3. She almost had me. Really thought she would finally say there had been a pool drowning and she covered it up. Nope. Blame it all on dad. The car that smelled like death? Easily explained. Left a bag of garbage in her car. She’s a piece of work.
Even Nancy Grace had the good sense to decline an interview for the documentary.
That says it all.
She sure is-- laughing herself to sleep- pulled the wool over all of em- ruined her father's life in the process as well-- and is living the life she always wanted---Whomever is "employing" or supporting her is really being snowed. She probably goes to bed every night LOL'ing herself to sleep.
When I saw the photos here yesterday of Casey and a friend checking into a hotel at WDW, I wondered if Caylee had ever been to Disney World. Too bad that Caylee's selfish mother took away her right to la dolce vita that her mom enjoys now. JMOShe sure is-- laughing herself to sleep- pulled the wool over all of em- ruined her father's life in the process as well-- and is living the life she always wanted---
I know this is an old comment so I apologize if no longer relevant. But IMO, the reasonable doubt from the jury had little to do with what Casey’s story was and everything to do with the fact that the evidence that was presented couldn’t *definitively* prove that Casey killed her daughter. Without an official cause of death, it was difficult to prove the relevance of the duct tape and whether it was used in the murder. There is also evidence that the prosecution never admitted at trial that would have been highly incriminating – like the “foolproof suffocation” google search.I’ve started watching it. What if, though, her father had something to do with Kaylee‘s death. What if he killed her while sexually abusing her and then he came up with the entire, “she drowned “. It’s obvious that he is a pathological liar, and in shock or grief and seeing her child dead in her fathers arms, she just couldn’t piece everything together right away. Maybe this is the reasonable doubt the jury saw?
Thank you!, you guys have given me the reason to not aggravate myself attempting to watch this doc. I could barely sit through the trial.I gave up during the first episode. She makes my blood boil. To this day she still hates George so much to put the blame on him. Sorry princess, but we all know you’re the baby killer. She didn’t drown. He had nothing to do with it. I honestly think she smothered her with a pillow. And since it took so long to find her tiny remains, Casey got lucky.
There is NO way he would have done anything to Caylee or cover up for his daughter.Just watched it, I think the police should have investigated George, would like to go over his cell records for the day, did we have them or am I remembering that wrong, and we just had a timeline of his movements? So many unanswered questions in this case and I certainly do not think he is innocent in this .. does everyone remember his 'hamburger' comment after viewing the ultrasound? He's not right IMO.
DittoI never faulted George or Cindy for anything, because people will say and do lots of crazy things when they've been under that much pressure. Not knowing where Caylee's body was, not being able to trust anything Casey said.. it would send a lot of folks into the asylum and I'm halfway there already.
As far as what Casey is saying now... I have no desire to see or hear from her. She lives on lies in her own deluded personality. Nothing she could do would tempt me to buy her b.s.
The documentary was also pushing the theory that George testified against her to frame her. They were interviewing Tony Lazzaro's roommates individually. Both suspect Casey and then the interviewer drops the bombshell that George told people it was an accident, but tried to have her put to death. They were both blown away and thought George was suspicious.
Just lies and propaganda.
All things considere, during her time that day phone records show her trying to call both George and Cindy… hence she was alone when whatever happened happenedI’ve started watching it. What if, though, her father had something to do with Kaylee‘s death. What if he killed her while sexually abusing her and then he came up with the entire, “she drowned “. It’s obvious that he is a pathological liar, and in shock or grief and seeing her child dead in her fathers arms, she just couldn’t piece everything together right away. Maybe this is the reasonable doubt the jury saw?