Geraldo At Large Live From Orlando Sat., 12/13/08

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by ThoughtElf, Dec 12, 2008.

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  1. 100%Agave

    100%Agave New Member

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    Too bad. The exxon ad was much more interesting and informative than the show.
     


  2. frenchvixen

    frenchvixen New Member

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    That's what they say in public but I betcha they will never visit her in prison even after she's convicted. I think they are disgusted with what she did to Caylee and they are only putting on an act as per Jose's request. Once trial is over, it's bye bye KC. The most they will probably do for her is put some money in her commisary account.
     
  3. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    No more like plant or remove evidence from the crime scene.

    I mean it isn't usual for a defense attorney to insist that his experts attend an autopsy of a person who hadn't even had their identity confirmed yet. Or to attend a crime scene before LE had finished processing it.
     
  4. Valrico Analyzer

    Valrico Analyzer Semper Fi, do or die!

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    I giggled when LA said " LAW ENFORCEMENT" he tries to be such a bad ass...

    how about "cops" or "po-po" or "50" you goober:crazy:
     
  5. starpatch

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    You are spot on, GR is in the tank for the defence.

    Did you hear that LE needed the a's fingerprints?

    Must have been something funny at the crime scene with caylee????

    Maybe now they really want an obstruction charge against the A's.
     
  6. Chilly Willy

    Chilly Willy New Member

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    I've already posted this but can't recall where. In the middle of the night after Caylee's remains were found I woke up in the early morning hours with a very strong feeling that Caylee's little yellow towel with the green ears was found with her body. I don't believe in psychic phenomena so I'll be really stunned if that turns out to be the case.
     
  7. butwhatif?

    butwhatif? Well-Known Member

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    I posted some of the pics in another thread where you can see what looks like bedding poking out from the top of the brown bag. its the last pic on the left.
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=3050518&postcount=463
     
  8. SuziQ

    SuziQ Well-Known Member

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    I definitely don't think it was an accident, I definitely think it was rage over the fight KC and Cindy had. I think Cindy knows this is the motive because she has never ever mentioned the fight to anyone once the case came to light. According to Cindy, it was a nice day, nice night, and she tucked them into bed.

    I'm still in a toss up on where the chloroform fits in. It would be a real unusual way to just put your kid to sleep for awhile. Doesn't last more than 20 minutes and meds would have been easier to use.
     
  9. Chilly Willy

    Chilly Willy New Member

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    It's typical when investigating a crime scene to take the fingerprints of everyone who may have come in contact with any object, for the purpose of ruling people out as much as ruling them in.
     
  10. 100%Agave

    100%Agave New Member

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    I know, right? How many people say "I'm going to call Law Enforcement!" more like "I'm going to call the COPS on you bunch of lug nuts if you even look like you want to follow my happy a$$ onto our property!"
     
  11. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    Thanks for clearing that up!! I will sure sleep better tonight!!:) I just had no idea what in the world they would be thinking of by removing pesticides from the crime scene.
    :eek:
     
  12. McSev

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    I think this whole "defense at the autopsy" is a new strategy aimed at starting the "doubt" about the forensics - or it was a knee-jerk reaction by Baez filed too soon upon the recovery of the body so close to Hopespring. He had to know after meeting with Casey that day and her reaction that this was something big. Since he's inexperienced with forensics and he's got the "big guns" on his team, he meant to invoke them in the proceedings as soon as possible.

    Kimberly G mentioned that she thought it was a mistake (I think I heard that correctly - if I didn't, please someone let me know) that the prosecution didn't concede to this request. I'm not sure I agree with her there, simply because in law, the defendant has a right to see the State's evidence in it's complete form and I don't think anywhere the law states they can see it while it's being compiled/investigated. To grant the defense the right to see it as it's happening really, to me, puts the "experts" in the postion of overseer. I don't think any State or Federal ME's or labs would want this to be perceived that way.
     
  13. butwhatif?

    butwhatif? Well-Known Member

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    OMG !! TIMER-55. maybe it was a clue afterall
     
  14. EasyGruuvin

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    WOW , realistic is a huge step for the A's...about time..
     
  15. sharpar

    sharpar If dogs dont go to heaven I want to go where they

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    I think he is star struck by his experts ...........
     
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    He was a talking head (on Larry King) for months before he took the case but I can't recall if it was before or after the victims were found?.

    He talked almost every night about SP's GUILT so it was a big fat joke when he took the case..And it was all about $$$ for him because it was reported how much he was offered to take it..I remember being shocked at how much $$$ it was.

    Bozo & his 'scheme team' won't be getting a dime or will they?..There's the silent donor who put up the reward $$$..Why would finding her body stop them from being so generous?..The A's will be cashing in sometime down the road for sure..Bozo probably will write a book ala JC & the others..What I don't see is the publicity from this case helping him at all..If he thinks otherwise that makes him as :crazy: as his client!
     
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    Thanks...I watched the raw video footage and got a closer look. It appeared to be a pillow in a pillowcase. ??
     
  18. Gram2

    Gram2 Former Member

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    JB should study the law. In Florida, the defense has no right to be present at the autopsy.
     
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    Thanks for the answer SuziQ ;}

    And Valorico, I didn't know Kimberly was married to this guy. I guess I can understand why the marriage didn't work out if I am right about who he is.

    I frankly think once TV started doing News Talk Shows like Greta's, MSNBC. Nancy Grace, etc and they became a venue to attract mass viewers who would relate to the host/hostess, it really hurt the news.

    These shows have to have a pro and a con to make it interesting and fair and balanced, and so their guests have to take either position whether they believe what they are saying or not. I've heard the TH's laugh about this.

    And it has also ruined allot of guests, like these forensic pathologists, especially when they would have them on the same program each saying the opposite of the other.

    And it created notariety {sp} for them of a different kind which put them in demand and elevated their reputations. $$$$$ and it is just too bad because now we don't always hear even what they really think about something. CRAAAAZY
     
  20. Chilly Willy

    Chilly Willy New Member

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    Dr. Wecht did the same thing. He agreed with every one of the prosections theories regarding the condition of Laci's body and the way Conner was released from her uterus right up until he received the check from the defense. Then he did a complete turnabout.
     
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