Judge Says Casey Anthony May Have Accidentally Killed Caylee

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  1. Rachel1

    Rachel1 Well-Known Member

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    This
    Makes me so incredibly angry that I wish I could.............
    ( I've learned posting self control so won't type what I'm really thinking! Lol)
    But what a narcissist if I've ever saw one.... I swear that I'm a professional but she brings out the worst in me!!
     


  2. shadowdancer

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    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/unimaginable-world-poppy-widdison-born-9658368

    This case which happened close to where I live in the UK, is not dissimilar to what I believe happened to Caylee. In both cases, the child got in the way of the mother's partying and drug habits and I believe they both died as a consequence of that. I don't believe that either child was intentionally murdered, but their mother's both caused their deaths. They should both be in jail for murder, but Casey Anthony went free and Poppy's mother and her drug dealer bf got a paltry 13 year sentence each.

    If only they hadn't pursued the death sentence, they might just have been able to get Casey Anthony down for a lengthy sentence.
     
  3. Jolynna

    Jolynna Well-Known Member

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    Casey googled "foolproof suffocation" and Caylee died that very day. What a coincidence.
     
  4. SweetT

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    Right and add the diary note about how she is glad she made the right decision etc that it clearly doesnt seem accidental to me. Seriously using chloroform is not like accidentally rolling over on your new born for example, not close at all to an accident.
     
  5. SweetT

    SweetT Well-Known Member

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    I agree
     
  6. ATasteOfHoney

    ATasteOfHoney Well-Known Member

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    .......and that's why she'll always be FCA.
     
  7. neesaki

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    Well to call chloroforming a child an "accident" is completely bizarre. In the least it is manslaughter. An accident to chloroform her child so she can be free to go out and party it up? That's just over the top and makes me furious, I want to shake some sense into someone. :stormingmad:
     
  8. Jolynna

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    Chloroform has to be administered in drips. Stop the drips and in 10 minutes or so the patient wakes up. Casey couldn't watch 2 movies, sleep in Tony's bed all night, have sex AND drip drops of chloroform all night too. Chloroform needs to be babysitted. It isn't a babysitter.

    Chloroform would sedate Caylee long enough for foolproof suffocation. Which explains why Casey could concentrate on picking out movies and Tony at Blockbusters. No chance Caylee would wake up and make noise kicking or clawing in the car Casey felt safe leaving behind at Tony's apartment's parking lot.
     
  9. LisaWL7TR

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    Accident imho would be giving her a tbsp of medication vs a tsp.
    No one I know, I hope introduces their child to chloroform.

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  10. Jolynna

    Jolynna Well-Known Member

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    Chloroform is administered via inhalation not given by spoon. Either way it has a distinct and smelly odor and burns on contact. It takes five minutes with the stinky, wet and burning cloth over the face to induce sleep. And the victim wakes up in 10 or 15 minutes unless more chloroform is continuously dropped on the cloth. Movies make it look simpler than it is.
     
  11. LisaWL7TR

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    Yep, I knew most of that but not all...I was just trying to distinguish between an accidental death vs giving/doing something that you normally wouldn't to a child.
    It was past my bedtime so i guess I did a poor job of comparing. : /

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  12. liltexans

    liltexans Retired WS Staff

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    It made me even angrier when I watched the video of Perry making these ridiculous statements. He's talking out of both sides of his mouth. He says he thinks Casey accidentally killed Caylee, but goes on to admit that Casey was a manipulative, temper-filled person outside the presence of the jury.
     
  13. SweetT

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    Just a question but where would someone get chloroform? Or do you think Casey made it? Just curious
     
  14. passionflower

    passionflower Just 1 tip to find a killer

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    Only time I got time outs was from saying angry things about the Anthony's and egg donor............
     
  15. passionflower

    passionflower Just 1 tip to find a killer

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    IIRC she looked it up on computer..........probably made it
     
  16. teresa472002

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    I agree 100% Rose222
     
  17. neesaki

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    I also always wondered if Zanny the Nanny could have been her name for Xanax. I wouldn't doubt she used whatever she could get her hands on at the time. Maybe her supply of Xanax ran out and she had to resort to an alternative.
     
  18. Mom24

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    I think what the Judge was trying to say, although it didn't translate well, is that if they had attempted to prosecute her on the basis of an unintentional murder, then the charges may have been easier to stick and she wouldn't have been acquitted. I had often thought it was more likely, given her past, that she drugged her daughter while she was out at clubs and put her in the trunk to sleep, rather than that she killed her to be rid of her. Given that scenario, it would have been a better way to make sure she spent time behind bars since they had more dots to connect to make it stick (searching chloroform on the internet, the fact that she liked to party, etc).
     
  19. samgmc

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    She still hid the body. She still lied. She deserves to rot in prison, sorry.
     
  20. donnam

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    I was on the CA discussion daily. I even visited the site where Caylees remains were found when I was in Florida. In the words of Dr. G, there no reason for duct tape to ever be on a childs face. No, I do not think this was an accident. She needed Caylee gone and chose to kill her instead of giving Cindy and George custody. My sig here has been there since the trial.
     
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