Dr. Phil w/George and Cindy Anthony Air Date 9/13 and 9/14 2011 Thead # 2

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Tricia, Sep 14, 2011.

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  1. Meri

    Meri Member

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    If Cindy truly felt this way about Caylee's remains, why did she and George leave the courtroom the day the photos were shown of her remains? I mean, afterall, they weren't really Caylee, right??
     


  2. MsMacGyver

    MsMacGyver New Member

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    I wish I could be more forgiving towards these people but after watching the interviews they just keep putting their foot in their mouths.
    What ticks me off is how the media is spinning this into GA somehow being a hero, finally speaking out against his daughter and taking a stand for Caylee...HOGWASH!
    I just heard GA comment again, He says...I believe Casey OR "someone she was with"..."possibly" gave Caylee something to sedate her. That is a wishy washy statement and too little too late. This should have been said two months ago on the stand!
    There is something creepy about GA, I can't put my finger on it though. He never talks in normal english, he has to ask himself a question and then he answers. I wish someone could tell me why he does this. He always seems to give off an air of drama about himself. The way he walks and blows out a sigh, almost like hes over exaggerating his demeanor, maybe like poor little me. I think he is very deceptive and has alot of secrets to hide.
    I wasn't surprised that CA made up lies during the interview. Claiming she informed LE of the possible drowning but they never investigated. In Yuri's interview he made a point of LE giving the felon numerous chances to come clean.
    CA claiming.."someone" told her that Caylees body was not where the felon placed it. It amazes me how she uses certain words so freely..Friends, Someone...Are we to assume these are more imaginary people involved in this case since neither GA nor CA will identify who these friends are, who someone is. Who is the "someone" that GA thinks forced the felon to drug her child and dump her in the swamp. Who was this someone that told CA about Caylees body and why did CA not report this to LE? I think that statement clearly shows why CA sent her PI to the location where Caylees body was eventually found. I think it proves that CA knew the location long before Caylee was found.

    It makes me wonder how far CA would go to cover things up for the felon!

    At the beginning Lee put his heart into finding the truth but at a certain point he walked away from all of them. What could have happened or been said that would cause this reaction from him? Why did Mallory tell her co worker that she thought the felon did something to Caylee and then put on a show on the stand? JA even saw it when he asked LA while on the stand why he was so emotional now as opposed to when he gave his depo.
    This whole family put on a show at trial, each one took the stand and played their role as instructed by CA. I know most think CA sobbing on the stand was genuine but I never bought it, I thought it was an act.
    River in IMO was lieing about certain facts but if you read her interview in the jailhouse letters I do believe GA got some money from her and she overheard GA talking to CA on the phone when CA was in NY giving an interview, GA was angry with CA because "she didn't get the money before she did the interview".
    I believe this family is well versued on "how to play the game"..They have learned very well how to play on peoples sympathy for their loss to line their pockets...JMO

    To me the statement made by CA implying that what difference did it make where Caylee was, her soul was gone already is screaming to me where this mothers loyalty lies and it's not with her grandaughter. This was such a callous remark showing her true feelings. I don't think there exists a line that CA wouldn't cross to prove the felon nor CA herself should not be held responsible for any of this.
     
  3. KathrynL

    KathrynL Well-Known Member

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    She well could be a sociopath, among some other things. There are several personality disorders to choose from when it comes to lying and trying to force your version of reality on others no matter what facts may contradict it (and other CA behaviors). No matter where I would guess she is in the spectrum, it would be a disorder that doesn't respond to therapy. I think Dr P got great ratings because the As are a modern day version of the old circus freak show. moo
     
  4. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ Well-Known Member

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    I agree with every word. I am an atheist and a card carrying organ & body donor. I still bury my pets with LOVE and RESPECT.
     
  5. MaryAnn

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    How do you like the way she said she knew that the felon was pregnant at 5 months. Wasn't she 7 months at her Uncle's Wedding and Cindy denied the pregnancy to everyone saying she was bloated! Why would you lie about that if she was 7 months? In 2 more months she would produce a baby so why lie? I think Cindy is mentally ill, the felon inherited it in a bad way and Cindy's behavior enabling the felon just made FCA's character disorder worse. She became a full blown Sociopath along with other character disorders. I know the so called seizues had nothing to do with it, but Cindy seems to know more than all the Doctors making up her own illness. There isn't such a thing as Post Partum Schizophrenia. People don't lie and live in a fantasy world even if they do have seizures.
     
  6. cityslick

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    What does visiting your kids in jail have to do whether you support them? You're basically saying if your kid robs a bank, you're basically disowning them. Your choice, no one can tell you how to parent your child. I just don't think a lot of parents share that view.

    I view 'support' and covering up something your child does as two seperate things. You can support your kid but yet still not condone their actions.
     
  7. Justin Tyme

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    Probably one that is fed up with the BS and is not willing to lie for a family member would be my guess. If I had a family member that did what she did, I'd say that she killed any loyalty to a family unit. He didn't break the loyalty, she did. On the money they can make off of anything related to this, it sickens me. Any money that comes through either of their funds that get used for themselves, Casey or Lee is blood money.
     
  8. LambChop

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    Denial is a polite way of saying you are lying to yourself and others. jmo
     
  9. cityslick

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    Why not? Tons of people do exactly this every day. They believe whatever they want to believe and disregard the rest.

    People who believe in conspiracies do this all the time.
     
  10. LambChop

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    I think CA lied to her family at that point because KC had not made a decision as to whether or not she was going to keep Caylee or not. Five months would have been April, GA said end of May, LA says never was told but that he noticed in late Feb/early March timeframe and mentioned it to his mother. The family survives on lies because CA has let it be known that some truths are not acceptable to her. jmo
     
  11. jon_burrows

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    Excellent post.

    IMO
     
  12. Justin Tyme

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    Support them it way way? I wasn't talking about if they robbed a bank. I'm talking about if they took another person's life. Yes, I'd disown them. I wouldn't cover up for them nor support them in any way. There's a BIG difference in robbing a bank and taking the life of another...don't you think?
     
  13. Linda7NJ

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    My son is 13 years old. He's been taught right from wrong and has recieved many consequences along the way. I am very strict when compared to other parents I know. I KNOW my son. He's warm, caring, loyal, loving, smart, funny, gentle and respectful. He's not perfect by any means. He makes mistakes....I sometimes even let him. He always suffers the consequences. I would NEVER believe in a million years he could murder anyone. Short of a video tape of the deed. I would remain steadfast in denial too.
     
  14. jon_burrows

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    I think Cindy gets some sick satisfaction blatantly lying to people. It would have been much easier for FCA to have stayed at home and not attended the wedding if her pregnancy was such a big secret.

    IMO
     
  15. darnudes

    darnudes Inactive

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    Denial - Ha.

    Maybe Cindy could be BFF's with Mrs Baker, they both have a child who is "Parent of the Year" and only 2 murdered grandchildren between them - I think they have a lot in common.
     
  16. MyBelle

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    Abandoning a child during their time of need isn't an act of love in my opinion. Even if I thought they were guilty, I'd feel guilty for not getting them help before it reached the point of a crime being committed. Some of the actions of the Anthonys do not seem to stem from love but more from some bizarre form of guilt for abandoning Caylee.

    JMO
     
  17. LambChop

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    There would have been no fun in that, no challenge, no "I've pulled on over on you all" which is a game CA and KC appear to love to play, together..or separate. jmo
     
  18. cityslick

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    You didn't specify murder in your original post, just if your child 'did something wrong'. Yes, there is a big difference in the two.
     
  19. Linda7NJ

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    Your wrong. Denial is the minds way of sheilding the truth, it's never even considered. It isn't deliberate, it just happens.

    It happened to me, later when I accepted the truth ... I found it extremely SHOCKING that I hadn't even considered the possibility, never even entered my mind! *I* was a trained professional with lots of experience in the particular area too. Had it happened to someone else, I would have been all over it. Thankfully, mine only lasted about 48 hours
     
  20. Justin Tyme

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    My reference wasn't about a teenage child. My reference is to adult children that REALLY know and understand right from wrong and who value human life. Perhaps I should have just said, if FCA was my daughter I would not have supported her or covered for her. I thank my lucky stars that she wasn't my child, because instead of covering up for her when I found the family car I'd probably be serving time in prison for choking the living Carp out of her.
     
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