What's missing for Prosecution?

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Pugnolia, Jun 13, 2011.

  1. Pugnolia

    Pugnolia New Member

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    As Prosecution winds down, are there any thoughts as to what of importance has so far been left out or not mentioned yet?

    I can think of quite a number of 'stand-out' events, non-events, videos, conversations, behaviors of ICA, interviews, etc., which in my opinion, should be brought to light.

    I have complete confidence in SA, but am beginning to feel a little uneasy that there may be a few things 'missing' so far.

    I'll start with a hypothetical:

    IF there was a drowning:

    ~GA would have instantly called 911.
    ~GA would NOT have gone to work that day.
    ~GA would have very quickly dismantled the swimming pool.
    ~GA and CA would NOT have continued living in that house.

    YOUR thoughts?
     
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  3. SevenSeas

    SevenSeas New Member

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    George would have administered CPR!
     
  4. darnudes

    darnudes Inactive

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    I'm wondering why the stain in the trunk was not introduced. I guess they could be saving it but I thought they would have brought it in by now.
     
  5. Melanie

    Melanie Inactive

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    I'm going to have to wait for rebuttal. I think the SA is being wise to hold off to see what the DT is going to throw at the wall. They've provided all the evidence they need to at this point. I believe they will wrap it up nicely after the DT is finished.

    JMHO - thanks.

    Mel
     
  6. Softail

    Softail New Member

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    George would not have let Caylee drown period. Never did happen, and he would have been watching her, even if her mother wasn't.
     
  7. chefmom

    chefmom Seriously! Ancient Aliens!

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    IMO, the things that they haven't presented are being held back for rebuttal. There were many good things that JB has tried very hard to keep out and minimize. I think we will see more things brought in as JB and CM "open the door" to these things.
     
  8. reasonable

    reasonable New Member

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    I have missed a few days, but I don't recall the cellular experts testifying regarding her location at relevant times (like the 16th of June).

    Did I miss it?
     
  9. MADJGNLAW

    MADJGNLAW New Member

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    Watch JVM @7PM EST
    Vinnie ask Jane what they are going to discuss onight on her show.
    Jane said, They are going to list the 5 most incriminating issues that the prosecution didn't even bring up - prove in this case


    And why didn't they even mention it in the case. (What ever it is, JVM will have the 5 questions/answers on her show tonight?) Jane also wants to know why is there a rush for the prosecution to rest? Says, where is the fire..



    I have no clue what could be missing..but some info I do wonder about if they will bring in now or if they can bring it in after Baez? Regardless, IMO I think the State is doing a wonderful job. I wonder if the Gatorade bottle and syringe will come in the next two days? I feel that the state will bring the most incriminated evidence in the next day or so and in their closing arguments. The State worked very hard and very diligent on this case..the jury is getting bored and they probably sense that..they can always come back and bring up other issues after Baez spews his defense if I am not mistaken. I hope anyway..they got pretty much all they wanted in at the fry hearings... Maybe this is part of the States plan to let Baez sink his ship?
     
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    Silkprint New Member

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    They need to bring up all the people she conned into babysitting for free saying she had jobs that didn't exist just so she could go out and party ...starting with the Grunds . This was pretty much a constant from the time Caylee was born
     
  11. MADJGNLAW

    MADJGNLAW New Member

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    Thank you, that the word I was looking for! I think that is what the state is doing..they are smooth!
     
  12. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    :twocents::twocents: the following is jmhoo... but the state's case is not about GA. The defense took on this burden in their opening statement. Thusly they won't say a thing about the above things unless the DT opens the door again during their presentation.

    Bill Shaefer said today in the trial wrap up video (link in sidebar) that the defense has painted themselves in the corner and taken on a burden. The jury will now wait for the defense to prove THEIR case. And once the defense opens up these silly doors the state will come right back with rebuttal that will blow their "theories" away like the fluff off of a dandilion in a windstorm!

    MOO...

    keeping with the OP though I think what I am waiting to see to wrap it all up is the botanist and the ping guy...

    but AZ lawyer already told me in the legal thread when I asked, that the State can use experts on rebuttal. So for example.. say DT tries to say Casey was in place A on day Z and pings say she wasn't that can open the door for rebuttal like the ping guy from the State.
     
  13. Chat Noir

    Chat Noir Registered Loser, I mean User...

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    I'm surprised we have not heard from J Grund and the friend who said her and KC used to bury their pets with stickers in that same spot in the woods.
     
  14. suzihawk

    suzihawk New Member

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    I think the prosecution is doing just fine. I have complete faith that they know exactly what they're doing. I think it's smart to sit back to see whatever Baez has (or thinks he has) up his slimy sleeve and let him dig his own (or more specifically, ICA's) grave. And they're well prepared to stop him in his tracks with whatever nonsense he comes up with. After which, they'll bring home their case, clear and strong, for little Caylee. Trust!
     
  15. DesSands

    DesSands Author I'd die for you & White Satin

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    Yep I think the SA is going to let the DT's finish her off all by themselves :floorlaugh:
     
  16. lala

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    My question...if GA were involved...why would he allow ICA to take the car with the body in the trunk, let it get towed...then show up personally to pick, up the car with the smell? Why involve the tow yard worker? Why let anyone else know what was going on? ....I hope I'm making sense...
     
  17. BD1

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    I think the state is going to be just fine, and I believe BS when he says that the plan is slightly changed after hearing the defense OS...however, I am surprised we haven't seen any testimony re: the stain in the trunk. I mean, that was one of the last motions they argued pretrial, and I thought it was pretty powerful. And if they don't play the home depot tapes, it must be because there is nothing good on there. If there is, to me, THAT would be the slam dunk.
     
  18. Dignity4Victims

    Dignity4Victims "Miss Anthony and the truth are strangers" - Judge

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    My thoughts are that they will cover much of this in their most proficient closing argument.

    It has also become very obvious that the State is refusing to touch on, or give credence to, the stance of the Defense during the State's CiC.

    A most excellent call.
     
  19. ablins

    ablins New Member

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    I have pondered what they have failed to bring to light in regards to evidence and such and really started to worry until I saw some other sleuthers posting about it and what they said made perfect sense......they have to hold some things with shock value close to the belt to bring out to stand out fresh in the minds of jurors when deliberations begin. MOO is that they need to keep things to come back at the defense with and I have a hunch that we'll be seeing some pretty shocking things out of the state....at least I hope so!:waitasec:
     
  20. Dignity4Victims

    Dignity4Victims "Miss Anthony and the truth are strangers" - Judge

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    This quite possibly will come out during the State's cross of the Defense witnesses.

    We have to be patient, we're almost there for Caylee. ;)
     
  21. Pugnolia

    Pugnolia New Member

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    Thank you ... I realize now that GA wasn't a good example for this.
     

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