REVISIT Possible Reasons Purse/Work Bag in the Car

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by SusieClue, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Well-Known Member

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    Purse in car = more motive to break in and steal car sitting on Amscot lot.
     


  2. Kolchak

    Kolchak New Member

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    SuzieClue and seekingjustice**, both of you have very good points. First, she obviously was not good at thinking things all the way through. Sort of 'Lying by the seat of your pants". That is so appropriate for Casey!!! I guess that explains the stupid story she gave about an nanny called Zanny.

    Also, she did not expect this to be an 'international incident'. She never realized how big this would get. But she was so WRONG!!!!! When it comes to a missing child, people all over the world will become involved. Children represent innocence in this world and that is what is so precious to so many. She also thought the family would take care of her mess, and probably still does.

    But these stories that she has told is the reason this case is so hard to figure out....just too bizarre!!!
     
  3. Jolynna

    Jolynna Well-Known Member

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    Good points about Casey putting it off.

    I put off things that are unpleasant so that actually makes sense to me.
     
  4. cwgrlfromhell

    cwgrlfromhell Member

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    I think she just tossed it (the purse ) aside. It's not like she had any money in it. OH YEAH- i forgot about that phantom paycheck from Universal.
     
  5. SusieClue

    SusieClue New Member

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    Yeah, but those "ghost paychecks" can just kind of follow you into your next purse, right?
     
  6. teddiebear1955

    teddiebear1955 teddiebear hugs & kisses

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    My daughter is always leaving tons of stuff in her car ...i call it the city dump ....not alot of food but just about any thing else you can think of ...maybe thats how casey is about her mom's car .......but i firmly believe that caylee was already dumped by the time she dumped the car ...it was getting to the point she was getting sick driving it around it smelled so bad ....couldnt take it home to mom ...so leave it to get stolen or towed away ...she didnt care ...MOM had made her mad talking about taking caylee away from her ...threathing her. Casey would show her no more caylee to take away. not going to control her life anymore.... i think she had gotten rid of caylee ..... and that could be a million and one places to be honest...and the car was the last thing cus it smelled bad.
     
  7. Terilee

    Terilee New Member

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    1. Someone took her car without her knowledge
    2. make it look like someone stole your car
    3. hope someone steals your identity
    4. just bought a new purse at target to match with your new checkbook you stole from your friend.

    I like #4
     
  8. Spangle

    Spangle New Member

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    If the car is out of gas, it's kinda hard to steal it.

    I'm just saying....
     
  9. Bathbuddys

    Bathbuddys Verified Family Member Thomas Schramm

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    Maybe she parked the car there because her mom said she was going to report the care and maybe? the purse wasn't even hers? and mom didn't know that, or she bought a new purse which was in the bags from target?
    I give up trying to figure this hot shot out! hehe
     
  10. Eulalie

    Eulalie New Member

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    This car thing reminds me of the Seinfeld episode "The Smelly Car."

    http://www.tbs.com/stories/story/0,,69117,00.html

    Jerry's car contracted this awful smell that he couldn't remove. At the end he abandoned it in a bad section of town, unlocked with the keys on the seat.

    I wonder if KC had recently seen that episode?
     
  11. magic-cat

    magic-cat Mother to Many

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    I think that Casey kept most of the items that were important to her in her "backpack" and not in a purse like most women. Also, I think we are all looking over the fact that there would have been nothing of any value in Casey's purse in all probability. I mean, she had no money, and if there was any acredit cards, then they belonged to G or C and so why would she worry about those? She did not even have a valid drivers permit. She had no college ID-she had none of the "important" documents that most of us would carry in our purse that make us so protective of it. Add to THAT the fact that if the purse was one that had been sitting in the car then it very likely did smell of decomp, and she was trying to get that "smell" out of her life, so to speak. I think that she had plans of going "underground" and that she believed when her parents discovered the car that they would believe SHE was missing and had come to harm, and with the dead body smell in the car, she thought this just might work if she just disappeared...BUT she did not count on her mom FINDING HER and DRAGGING HER HOME...so she had to come up with some alternate theories on the way home...
     
  12. ShopGirl77

    ShopGirl77 New Member

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    She purposely left the purse and keys in the car. She may be mentally ill but she's not stupid. It is a good defense. ZFG stole her car and they killed Calyee and left her body in the truck, dumped Caylee in the dumpster and Casey had to make a run for it because she would have been next, therefore leaving her purse in the car. Just an idea as to why Casey left crap in the car.

    Didn't some searchers run across some items that could have been in a purse along side a slope? I know I read that somewhere, it may have been on the psyhics site.
     
  13. librarian_mama

    librarian_mama Former Member

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    I think she wanted someone to steal the car--that would solve a lot of problems--the thief would be blamed for any evidence found in the trunk & it would be much harder to link Casey to the evidence.
     
  14. halleyscomet

    halleyscomet Inactive

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    That's what I'd like to know too.

    The keys have me baffled though. Were her house keys on that ring or was it just her car keys?
     
  15. Salem

    Salem Former Member

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    I think she left her purse in the car so when she used a credit card or stolen check to pay for the groceries she would have an excuse for not having any ID with her. Two bags of groceries - the clerk would let her through if the store was busy. She then, probably called TonE on her way back to the car but he showed up before she could get the purse out. She didn't want to open the car door and risk the chance that TonE would smell the smell, so she just left it and jumped in his car with the groceries, creating an elaborate story about her dad coming to get the car and get TonE thinking about something else.

    That's my theory. Don't think is was intentional, except for the ID at the store part.

    Salem
     
  16. shefner

    shefner Member Since 2008

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    My understanding is that the keys were NOT in the car....just the purse....
     
  17. FifthEssence

    FifthEssence New Member

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    I agree. As I've said to my own son, "don't leave anything in clear sight inside the car that would be appetizing to a passerby"-in other words, don't throw raw meat in front of a tiger and expect it to ignore the come on.
    A perfect invitation to steal it or at least break in so 'someone else' could be blamed for the trunk findings.
     
  18. hawki123

    hawki123 New Member

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    About Casey leaving her purse in that abandoned car...my 2 nieces,one 18 yrs old,the other 22 years old,are notorious for leaving their purses in their unlocked cars when they get out and shop,,stop to eat,etc.They have been warned and warned by us. Finally,one got the entire purse stolen,the other only antibiotics were stolen. So it is a very common thing I know my self and know from others that these young firls and women do. However,with Casey I wouldn't be so sure. Only the backpack might explain that away.
     
  19. concentric

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    The Blanchard Park info. is pertinent information that I had not known of before. The only alteration to this scenario for me would be the absence of Caylee's body from the trunk, as Casey already took it somewhere else. There have been purses stolen out of the unlocked cars when people are picking children up from the daycare I use. I also think it was a lure or ruse.
     
  20. SusieClue

    SusieClue New Member

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    I don't think its been confirmed that it WAS out of gas - I speculate that it was her excuse for leaving it there. Also, the excuse that she gave that the gas gauge was faulty plays in to this lie.
     

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