Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by VALee, Jan 30, 2009.
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Why is NG saying KC was shackled? her hands clearly werent
Defense Witness List is exactly the same as State's with the exception of 2 names.
When she was first brought in ..
Good evening :seeya: Nancy's on ~ She's showing video of Casey in court in her suit "looking like a business exec". Judge shut down defense attempt to get prosecutors removed from the case. Defense witness list revealed. Where were the Anthonys today?
NG saying DEfense has no case.
headline " where were the anthonys?" mourning maybe?
No GA, CA or LA in court today
"Tot Mom gets an extreme Makeover - Shows up to court looking like a Business Exec."
"Defense witness list is identical to the states except for 2 names - They have no Case"
She was actually shackled when she walked in and JB asked them to remove them. They took her back out. She then came back without the shackles.
Defense allowed to inspect crime scene.
Their bid to get the prosecution thrown off failed.
When she was brought into the court room I think she was shackled but then they were removed for the hearing
Baez says KC is Public Enemy #1 and he is Public Enemy #2...uh yeah, okay.
JOSE's Motion on having the Prosecutors thrown off the case was denied
The DA's office has 100's of Lawyers & Jose has no evidence that the 3 Prosecutors on this case are the ones who filed the complaint against him
Showing bits of the Aug 14 jail visit
Cathy: KC looked frumpy, awkwardly fitting grey suit jacket, tight bun in the back, smiled quite a bit today with her atty and her parents atty. SHe later on "stifled" her smiles when parents atty came in.
New look, awkwardly fitting grey suit. Bun of hair was severe looking. Kathy Belich
Her ankles were shackled.
Ankles were shackled. Bottom part of outfit looked like jailhouse blues.
Kathi Belich on Casey's demeanor in court ~ describing outfit and Casey stifiling her smiles. Jean Casares noticed Casey's ankles were shackled. Jean says normally inmates were prison blues not street clothes.
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