Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Harmony 2, Dec 8, 2012.
You are a very good person.
It is kind acts that make our world a better place.
Aw, atthelake, the blue and purple balloons together made me cry...so beautiful....many thanks to you and A News Junkie!
..watching Jodi Arias (trying to) manipulate the court. Reminds me so very much of someone we all know - perhaps ignominy was the worst sentence she ("who I will no longer acknowledge as even having a name") could receive. Certainly not the option I would have preferred, but I am not entirely unhappy
The last time that I visited was on the anniversary for Caylee last year.
I wish I could have timed my visit on wolf mom's birthday.
Today is Wolf mom's birthday!
Happy birthday dear and thank you for keeping a candle lit in your thread twice a day for years.
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Also watching Jodi. I let my mind go there, wondering what Casey would of said in that position :banghead:. Still gets me to this day. Where are you, karma?
This is somewhat off topic and I am sure I am in the minority, but I don't think OJ did it. Throw oranges and rotten bananas.
On topic... Casey did murder her child and I for one will forever believe that. Hope she rots in hell!!
I was just reading this latest heaping helping of BS myself. There is a link to the full motion in the above link provided^
I haven't really been on as much after poor Caylee didnt get any justice . Was too horrible .
Did my heart good today to see the Caylee section was still active and there were 14 people here when I entered <3
He was unexpectedly on ABC this morning giving his useless opinion of the Arias case. I only had one cup of coffee and didn't move fast enough to turn him off promptly. Bah Humbug!!
Lol despite the overwhelming evidence that he did ?
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The 1995 OJ Simpson trial should of been a mistrial. Lance Ito and Marcia Clark should of been removed from the trial.
The OJ trial was like a monkey s*rewing a football. IDK JMO
Just want to keep Baez shopping so here's his rank with two selling days to go! Okay also because we're all really bored with this...
Hardcover: 480 pages
Publisher: BenBella Books (July 3, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 1.7 x 9.1 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (553 customer reviews)
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,954 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Two days left to sell, sell, or should I say buy buy buy.
May Hardcover sales to date: 41
May Kindle sales to date: 58
Not quite ready to put his his lawyer pocket handkerchiefs in the charity bags yet I guess!
Oh Hi Jose! :seeya:
I find it interesting that with all his shills, he was unable to get anything more than 2.8 stars. Which was more than he deserved, anyway. He will be paying the publisher for many years!
Love this quote on the Amazon site! "Jose Baez is one of the most sought-after attorneys in the country".
Does anyone know if he has actually set foot in a courtroom to defend a case since the CA fiasco he presented?
He's probably being sought for not paying his child support...
The Orlando Sentinel reports that the BK meeting ended without any rulings today... Judge K. Rodney May says he expects to rule in about three weeks.
Casey Anthony bankruptcy hearing ends without ruling
Judge set to rule in about three weeks.
By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May said he hopes to rule in about three weeks on whether the Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk lawsuits, both halted by Anthony's January Chapter 7 filing, can continue in their march toward jury trials in state circuit court.
That's what Gonzalez and Kronk want. Scott Shuker, one of Gonzalez's attorneys, argued his client's case has been developing at the state level for years, and all the witnesses are in Orlando.
"The only place to liquidate this is a jury trial," he said, adding the defamation claim is "purely an issue of state law, nobody disputes that."
All the Gonzalez lawyers have left to do before trial is depose Anthony, Shuker said, something they were unable to do before her criminal appeals ended, and with those, her Fifth Amendment right not to testify.
But Anthony attorney Debra Ferwerda countered that her legal team disagrees: That right hasn't necessarily gone away, she said, and "that's a huge issue, your honor, that's going to take lengthy litigation," which means the Gonzalez suit isn't close to trial.
The Anthony team said it would prefer to have a federal judge rule on whether the Kronk and Gonzalez suits are dischargeable claims -- ones her bankruptcy would wipe away -- before determining their merits.
But the judge said that, too, could be difficult if Anthony insists on staying silent. He said the Anthony team was sending a "mixed message," by arguing for expediency, but also promising a long legal fight on the Fifth Amendment issue.
"I'm at a loss, really," May said.
If you want to get all heated about accusations against George listen here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dan-zu...edias-prosecution-of-casey-anthony-keith-long
Such a shame really, the idea the author started his thought on had merit, then he drank a few litres of Defence Strategy Cool Aide, and found himself lost in a vortex of false facts and misleading timelines ..