Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Francine, Nov 18, 2009.
And they just happen to wait all this time to tell and to whom? The National Enquirer.
Well....hopefully a more reputable source will come along soon! Maybe Nancy Grace????? This could be a bombshell!
I remember seeing several mentions of witnesses reporting the Sunfire parked on the side of the road. At the time LE and TES were focusing their attention on the area around the airport. I have always thought that there was a group effort to direct the search to that area in order to deflect attention from other areas of interest. If this were a credible witness, we would have seen info MUCH earlier. Perhaps I should call the Globe / Enquirer and pretend to have info in an effort to make money. I really want some new shoes.
I know, the Enquirer .....hmmm...... then I remember the way they tracked John Edwards down on his nocturnal wanderings to a certain lady friend... sometimes they're right. WE can only hope. :innocent:
I call BS to this whole story and certainly hope I am right, if this is supposively a "secret witness" for the state. If that is the case, what the he** are they doing SELLING their story before they have even testified at trial? I think we all know what ramifications that would bring to their testimony!!
And I just don't buy the "attempted drowning but got scared, so took her to the woods, then carried her body OUT of the woods and placed her in trunk where she remained for at least 2.6 days"....naw, can't buy that.
Someone else wanted new shoes too (and a matching belt!)
What is the date of this issue of the Inquirer? I remember hearing about a supposed "eye witness" quite some time ago, way before the body was found but did not hear any more about it......till now......could it be possible that this could be a creditable witness?? fingers crossed
Wasn't there another guy that thought he saw Casey go into the woods over by the airport, and do much the same thing- stuff her in the trunk- and nothing ever came of that... they were all looking for the pings in that area then it died down.. George was reported as being seen over in that area after that came out, just looking out into the field....
Seems like I am recalling that as well, although for some reason, I am recalling that that guy claimed that he saw KC walk from the woods with a shovel in hand, then place it in the trunk of the car. I believe this front page story hit the Enquirer around the time that news of KC borrowing the neighbor's shovel came out...?
Sorry...the cell pings and computer activity do not support the story.
Even the enquirer can't put one over on us! If they really want to know the facts they should ask as websleuth!
It seems I vaguely remember that also,the guy went as far as saying she sort of hit her head on the trunk door while putting the shovel in the trunk? Was this also the one who said she was wearing big sunglasses and some sort of hat? Or maybe I'm just confused....:waitasec:
Yes, that was the one- he was interviewed numerous times, I remember him being on NG -he was the bombshell of the day IIRC.
Did you read the front page- they claim cellphone records prove it! :banghead:
Yep...yep....we are recalling the same thing!!!
And maybe once again there is a need to distract and plant seeds of doubt? I read the Examiner article on the Defense and A's building a case for reasonable doubt and purposefully confusing a simple story.
I remember that at one time there was a lot of discussion about a couple who were in the parking lot of a motel, reporting they saw someone who matched Casey's description and Casey's car, go into the woods off one side of the parking lot in the early hours of July 16. Cell phone pings were examined and there wasn't any pings from that area at that time.
This. :dance: I doubt this story has any remote credibility whatsoever.
This story does not sound very credible, but it doesn't look like anybody made any money off this because there is no name, and I doubt someone would get a dime from that rag if they wouldn't allow them to use their name.
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