Cindy Anthony's Time Card

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by vlpate, Jun 26, 2011.

  1. vlpate

    vlpate Sleuther with a porpoise

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    If this was posted elsewhere, I can't find it.

    On the stand 6/24/2011, Cindy Anthony said "supervisors are not supposed to show overtime to corporate", and that they could only show 8 hours per day on their time card. Oddly, her time card almost always showed overtime. In fact, the day in question showed she clocked 10 hours.

    See page 11:
    http://blogs.discovery.com/criminal_report/files/06.pdf
     
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  3. LadyL

    LadyL Well-Known Member

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    so do people in the States get paid for lunch & breaks?

    I noticed that no time seems to be deducted for a lunch hour ...

    also, is the overtime calculation different depending on the industry & state?

    here, there are federal statutes for labour law but then there are also different rules as applied to different jobs, different industries, different provinces etc.
     
  4. biggirl

    biggirl New Member

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    I think her whole testimony about the chloraphyl will come back to bite her. I may be wrong, but I think the SA can systematically disprove all she said. JMHO
     
  5. cecybeans

    cecybeans New Member

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    They can. Other WS'ers have proven that the searches were done on Firefox, not IE, the browser the rest of the family used. Firefox is exclusively used by ICA. They are flanked by social network site visitations (CA didn't have any accounts). Then the browser itself is deleted a few minutes after ICA downloads phone and email records to a flash drive for YM in the early a.m. of the 16th. CA wouldn't have known the significance of those searches for chloroform at that point to even delete them. And no other searches were deleted ever on the browser the family used. She's full of it and should never have lied. MN said that LDB is like a "machine" on rebuttal. She will plow over all the garbage (uh, trash) CA said. If CA had kept her mouth shut, she would never have fallen into the trap of lying that was laid to prove that her daughter is so guilty, she is in fact lying only to save her life.
     
  6. lorann

    lorann New Member

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    I was a salaried employee, did not get paid overtime unless it was
    Sat or Sun - however, we were required to report our actual hours on the job. If I worked ten hours on Monday, that's what I had to report. If I took comp time and worked six hours on Tuesday, six hours is what I had to report. Reporting false hours was cause for termination.

    I think Cindy just kept adding more and more to her testimony just dug her in deeper. She thinks she is smarter than what facts will prove.
     
  7. crucibelle

    crucibelle Pisces

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    It makes sense that Cindy would have 10 hours on a Monday, as she has said that she usually worked later on Mondays. Cindy was at work that day and she knows it, no doubt in my mind.
     
  8. Katrinka

    Katrinka New Member

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    You're right, the timecards absolutely contradict what Cindy said on the stand about only clocking 8 hours. If Cindy is lying about searching for "chloraform" from home then it is easily disproved. If she sent one email from work during the time she said she was at home, the defense looks very bad. However, if the state doesn't come up with an email trail from work, which would surprise me, then the defense earned a rare bonus point.
     
  9. Softail

    Softail New Member

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    We all knew she lied when she did it. However, many of the TH's out there I don't think believe she really lied.

    I would love nothing more than to see ALL of them - HLN, TRUTV, JVM, NG, Today Show, Good Morning America, Dr. Drew, Geraldo - And any others I have missed - Invite Mr. Lippman on, and with this document in hand, ask him again why his client lied. Then when he says they are only interested in the truth and speak the truth, confront him with her records. :gavel:

    It is just sickening - :puke:
     
  10. Never4GetCaylee

    Never4GetCaylee New Member

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    Cindy's testimony about the computer searches was mind boggling to me. She just kept adding on more details just like ICA does. Forget about the timecards, although I'm sure we'll be seeing those, how about the fact that there is NO search for Chlorophyll. Cindy claims her search of chlorophyll, led her to search chloroform...all the chloroform searches show up, but I do not see any search for chlorophyll. It isn't even a good or clever liar Cindy.
     
  11. pip

    pip New Member

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    LDB will nail her on the timecard issues and the computer searches, but CA will yet have another explanation for everything as usual. She is the type of liar like ICA that does not give in. It just goes on and on and on.
     
  12. natsound

    natsound Active Member

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    The Anthonys should have really thought that out before putting CA up there to take responsibility for the chloroform search. Yes, the chloroform search was surrounded by other searches. It was strange when LDB mentioned the "chloroformhabit" search and CA acted like it was the first time she'd heard about it. Does she just play dumb? I think so, when it's convenient. I understand a mom and dad wanting to save their daughter from the death penalty, but CA's claims can be disproven.
     
  13. Starshine28

    Starshine28 New Member

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    To all that posted-all of your points make sense, and it seems very likely that CA lied. However, even if the jurors aren't provided with any new information regarding CA's working hours, I believe the computer searches are still very incriminating on ICA.

    For one, CA didn't admit to all of the searches, especially the "how to make chloroform" search. Let's say CA really WAS home and searched for the items she claims she did...with this mindset, it's entirely possible for ICA to have nagged CA to use the computer, possibly with CA getting up from the computer while the chloroform site was still up, and CA sitting down and then making the rest of the computer searches.

    I'm not saying that's actually how that happened, but I do believe jurors can still find ICA culpable for the other searches.
     
  14. natsound

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    I'm a little worried that the discrepancies between the two recovery programs (cache back and the other one) will nullify the searches altogether for the jury. Cache back revealed 84 searches for chloroform, and the other revealed only one??
     
  15. Sleuth5

    Sleuth5 New Member

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    :gasp: !!! You mean she wasn't entirely truthful? :wink:
     
  16. Softail

    Softail New Member

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    :lol: I don't know what I was thinking. In her world it was probably only a mis-truth or a half-truth. :crazy:
     
  17. dani

    dani Go Ducks!

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    We can only hope LDB lays it out as clearly as you did in this post. Good job! :clap:
     
  18. LambChop

    LambChop Former Member

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    And CA took time off the following week which was reported on her card.
     
  19. SevenSeas

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    Good catch! I think there's a good chance her co-workers heard her perjerious testimony...I hope they get her busted!
     
  20. Katrinka

    Katrinka New Member

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    I see what you're saying, but in my job, it's exactly as Cindy testified. I'm a salaried employee and no matter how many hours I work, I can only put in for 8 hours a day, even if I work weekends. Cindy's testimony rang true to me until I saw Cindy's timecards with 9 and 10 hours clocked, even though she claimed she was mandated to note only 8 hours. I hope the prosecution's investigators are all over this.
     
  21. LambChop

    LambChop Former Member

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    CA would have been jumping up and down every 20 seconds because that's about the time in-between search CA admits to and those she does not. It would appear to the jury all CA was doing is jumping up and letting KC search, then KC would jump up and let CA search, and on and on and on. Plus CA had her very own laptop. If CA were really, really interested in finding information and KC was on the desktop why wouldn't CA look on her own computer in her room, which would make more sense....if she were home that is???? jmo
     

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