POLL: Does The Meter Reader Fiasco Change Your Mind?

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by kathyn2, Dec 19, 2008.

  1. leophoenix

    leophoenix Xineohpoel Leophoenix

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    Or he simply took his stick and lifted the opening and some bones or debris moved inside. He even moves his hand like he is poking it with a stick. CM is the one that says it was lifted off the ground. If he didn't jerk it loose from the ground then most of everything would still be sitting embedded into the roots.
     


  2. LongtimeMedic

    LongtimeMedic Former Member

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    The SAO has never even once eluded to that bag being moved for at least months before they processed the scene. Are you saying Roy picked it up, and then set it back down without disturbing the bags contents or anything on it like leaves, dirt, twigs, roots grown into the bottom of the bag etc???
     
  3. LongtimeMedic

    LongtimeMedic Former Member

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    He specifically states he lifted the bag OFF the ground and held out at arms length, about 4 ft.

    At 15:01 RK states "I held the bag out..." And hold his right arm out in demonstration.
     
  4. TotallyObsessed

    TotallyObsessed New Member

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    I heard one of the THs say that if Kronk picked up the bag, and looked at the skull as he described in his testimony today, that HAD THE DUCT TAPE NOT BEEN ADHERED TO THE SKULL, the mandible would have fallen off. So that is a good enough theory to show me that tape was there and attached.
     
  5. LongtimeMedic

    LongtimeMedic Former Member

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    RK did say that, and you are correct, if he lifted the bag, then some of the contents would have likely fallen out. OCSO does not describe a disturbed or recently altered scene... in fact that is the basis of all the scene evidence is that it was just like they found it for months.
     
  6. rossva

    rossva George Zimmerman: Innocent until proven guilty.

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    Most people do not realize that if Crimeline offers a reward, in order to claim that reward, the Crimeline number must be called. The reward offer is null and void if you call 911, the police non emergency number, the media, the President of the US, etc, ANYONE but Crimeline.



     
  7. RR0004

    RR0004 New Member

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    Because much of Caylee had been scattered...so yes, the remains were there as they had been for months. I will try and find exactly what REMAINED of Caylee inside the bag.

    PS- Dr. G. made it perfectly clear...warning: Autopsy report

    http://www.autopsyfiles.org/reports/Other/anthony,%20caylee_report.pdf
     
  8. TotallyObsessed

    TotallyObsessed New Member

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    I say SO WHAT if he wanted the reward money. Who wouldn't??? Not directed at you rossva....

    I heard CM try to impeach RK today about his money he received from the Today Show.... hellllllllllloooooooooooooooo.....what about JB and his $200,000+?????????? What about Cindy and her money??? There was a reward offered, this man found the remains and how SUCKY that he didn't get anything other than what Mr. Nejame gave him.
     
  9. leophoenix

    leophoenix Xineohpoel Leophoenix

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    But, most of the scene was not disturbed unless the DF wishes to assert that mr. K lifted up the bag, gnawed on the bones, and buried them over an acre or so. It is not legalize but, someone would have had to lift open the bag to find her as it could just be a garbage bag. The main object discussed is the skull and that was embedded into the ground with roots growing up into it which I assume made it affixed to the ground.
     
  10. LongtimeMedic

    LongtimeMedic Former Member

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    RK, in his testimony, says the skull was resting on the ground and not embedded in the dirt.
     
  11. Hot Dogs

    Hot Dogs New Member

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    Kronk said a number of things on the stand today that have never appeared before in his testimonies.

    Today he didn't mention that he smacked the skull (while it was still underneath the plastic bag) with his meter reader rod and heard a hollow sound.

    Today he gave a more detailed explanation of the bag lifting. He said he raised it 4 feet off the ground and then felt the contents shift inside. He then laid the bag on the ground next to the skull so that it was no longer covering the skull. This is all new info.

    Then more brand new info about manipulating the skull. He says he stuck the rod into an eye socket and pivoted the skull upwards to confirm that it was real. Presumably, this action exposed the skull which was said to have been surrounded by fallen leaves up to the level of the eye sockets. IOW, presumably he couldn't see any of the skull lower than the eyes until he pivoted it. None of that was recorded in any of his previous testimonies.
     
  12. Hot Dogs

    Hot Dogs New Member

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    Really, nobody has said that the skull was embedded in the dirt. The skull was said to be atop the mandible in an anatomically correct position. These were sitting on the dirt and fallen leaves had accumulated up to the level of the eye sockets.
     
  13. azwriter

    azwriter Sister Mary Wanna

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    Roy Kronk is a regular Joe Citizen. I've come across hundreds of Roy Kronks in my years. We all know a Roy Kronk. A non-descript guy who never made headlines, never became famous. But still they exsist in the shadows of a busy day.

    Roy Kronk stands in line next to us in the Post Office. He's pumping gasoline at the pump across the way. He probably silently opened the door at the mall for us and we never noticed, or looked him in the eye. He looks normal in a work shirt and pants and out of place in a tuxeudo.

    But one day as life is going along at a regular pace something happens that puts Roy Kronk in the spotlight. He really doesn't know how to react. Should he be excited with the potential attention or remain quiet. When someone asks a question, he answers truthfully not really understanding what's happening. He's not dumb. He's unexpecting. He's puzzled as to how to handle his new found fame. He almost giggles under his breath and at the same time scratches his head wondering how to handle it all.

    He thinks this is almost a fanasty. He's beside himself with the possibility to have his face on televison. He can barely take it all in.

    The idea of a cash reward secretly thrills him, enough to share that feeling with a few select others. And yet, he's confused as to why he would deserve a financial windfall for doing something he never planned to do intentially.

    We know Roy Kronk. He's the good guy and at the same time an ordinary guy who knows what's right and what's wrong.

    In the aftermath he is awed that his actions are now suspect. He is totally confused as to why he has to defend himself.

    Roy Kronk pulls himself together. He doesn't look for advice. He knows what to do. He's done it all his life. He faces the situation, maybe dressed in a new suit he just purchased. He's not comfortable with that stiff shirt. But he's at ease because he's Roy Kronk - a guy who is quite familiar with telling the truth.

    jmo
     
  14. RR0004

    RR0004 New Member

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    So very well said. Thank you.
     
  15. Sleuth5

    Sleuth5 New Member

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    Beautifully said. :yourock:
     
  16. MissJames

    MissJames a yellowflutterby changed my life : )

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    :goodpost: :tyou:
     
  17. mitzi

    mitzi Watch us lie to cover for 'Princess'

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    Maybe Roy said it 'over and over' because he kept getting asked it 'over and over' by Mason...you know, one of those three questions that Mason kept 'asking and asking' for 3 hours straight!
     
  18. darnudes

    darnudes Inactive

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    Thanks Tuffy! Stupid me, I should have looked at the dates of OP.
     
  19. Camille

    Camille Active Member

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    He said that when he felt stuff in the bag start to shift he sat it back down. You can hook the edge of a bag on a stick and hold the stick out straight at arm's length and the entirety of the bag will not be off the ground.
     
  20. Mountain_Kat

    Mountain_Kat Heca, Firimar !

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    No, the meter reader's testimony didn't change my mind. But it did make me dislike CM, where before I'd actually thought he might be an okay guy.
     

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