Dr. Baden's Theory

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by kathyn2, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. kathyn2

    kathyn2 New Member

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    Fox News just showed a clip of Dr. Baden talking about this case. He said in his experience he has had several cases where a parent uses some drug like heroine (ugh) or other drugs to put their child to sleep while they party and they overdose by mistake and the child dies.

    He think its possible that Casey used the chloroform to put caylee to sleep while she partied and it killed her.
     
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  3. MissNikki.

    MissNikki. New Member

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    I remember watching a talk show years ago where parents were on their talking about how they used things such as benedryl to put their children to sleep. That is sickening. Wtf is wrong with some parents???
     
  4. Nedthan Johns

    Nedthan Johns New Member

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    Interesting. It would be important to know when Casey looked up the information on the internet about Chloroform. So I would hope this still falls under intent to kill. How can you accidently give your baby Cholorform but it still be an accidental death?
     
  5. BlondieOH

    BlondieOH New Member

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    That just makes me wonder how long Caylee could have been in that trunk knocked out.
     
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    dreamfeather New Member

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    Of course it's possible. People have been Benadryling their kids forever for car trips, flights, etc.
     
  7. MvD

    MvD New Member

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    Im not buying that for a second... if it was used on little Cayle..I think the chloroform was used to get rid of her altogether.. not as a "babysitter".
     
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    MvD New Member

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    I agree.. He lost ALL my respect when he testified at the Phil Spector trial that Lani Clarkson had 'committed suicide"..
     
  9. Tricia

    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Administrator

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    You guys came up with this theory about 10 seconds after the chloroform was discovered.

    We don't need no stinkin' docta to tell us what happened. ;)
     
  10. kathyn2

    kathyn2 New Member

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    ROTF Tricia. So true!!

     
  11. tiredofthis

    tiredofthis New Member

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    I've heard of people using Nyquil. (Not sure if I spelled it correctly)
     
  12. impatientredhead

    impatientredhead New Member

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    The sedation from Chloroform last less than 15 minutes, it makes no sense that she was using it for the purpose of having her sleep. She would have to have a continuous stream plus oxygen and still hope she didn't OD her.

    It causes burns at contact point, and horrible headaches. It would not be the drug of choice for knocking your kid out at all.

    I think we are looking at a premediated murder.
     
  13. steph5280

    steph5280 New Member

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    I agree with you 100%.

    I have never thought this was and accident, and the chloroform info confirmed that, in my mind. I think Casey used it knock Caylee out, and put her in the pool to focus the blame on the parents. I have come to that conclusion based on the fact that she wanted her parents house, as well as the story Cindy told to Greta about the pool ladder. I remember the case of Karla Holkoma, in which she and Paul Bernardo used a substance to knock Karla's sister out. This substance caused a burn on the sister's face that the ME could not identify. This may have been the case with Caylee, and the reason Casey moved the body around, as per the cadaver dog hits.
     
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    crete110 New Member

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    I originally thought this too but it falls apart for me when I think of how easy it would have been to just give her Nyquil. She researched chloroform and it's uses. Then went out of her way to purchase it and it's not cheap.
     
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    impatientredhead New Member

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    I found it online for less than $40, but she may have gotten it somewhere locally from someone that had it for less sinister reasons.
     
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    Capri New Member

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    Is there any confirmation that she did purchase it?
     
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    dreamfeather New Member

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    Yes, now that my feathers have unruffled a bit, I disagree with his theory. I don't think chloroform was a long-term solution. If the chloroform was used on Caylee, it was for a quick knock-out, for the purpose of...well, we could fill in this blank with all kinds of heinous things, couldn't we?

    I just can't imagine anyone going to the trouble of researching, procuring, and using chloroform to continually sedate their kid. There are just too many OTC easy solutions out there. Benadryl, alcohol, sleep aids, etc.
     
  18. whiteangora

    whiteangora I'm on the right track baby. I was "Born This Way"

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    One good thing that came out of that FOX piece with Baden was when
    someone (forgot who) said the hair found in the trunk believed to be
    Caylee's should be checked for drugs.
     
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    Still, $40 for that when she could have paid $5 for Nyquil, Benedryl or Tylenol PM.
     
  20. Melly53

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    This is what I was thinking too. It would only put her out for a few minutes and she might wake up vomiting because nausea is a common side effect. I just can't see it being used on a regular basis. I did notice when looking up information on chloroform that everything I found mentioned that it was banned for use in the US as a anesthetic because of the many deaths attributed to it. Seems it would be very easy to overdose someone with it and kill them.
     
  21. tiredofthis

    tiredofthis New Member

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    It is looking less and less like an accident. Poor Caylee.

    Nancy Grace said that it took her producer 10 minutes to purchase chloroform online.
     

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