Where is Casey? (All things related to FCA's location) #2

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Salem, Jul 24, 2011.

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  1. peace9274

    peace9274 Well-Known Member

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    Or begging for a "Get back in jail free" card.
     


  2. Ssejors

    Ssejors The Great And Powerful Ssej!

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    It's not a vein. It is part of the TMZ over shadowing that TMZ puts over their photos. That Photo is ZOOMED in and it looks like a vein but its really not. If you scroll through all the TMZ pics of them shopping you will see it a bit better, as I said the image in that link is zoomed in with the TMZ overlay which falls on CA's Arm. Not a vein or a scar.
     
  3. mck16

    mck16 New Member

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    She maybe can't be arrested but a civil suit can certainly be filed. And double jeopardy applies to the murder charge. If some piece of evidense was found that indicated something else, I would think she could be charged. It might take a good prosecutor to do it, but I believe they have a few good ones. jmo
     
  4. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    How could she be charged with murder again, even with new evidence? This would be news to me. All of the legals, including those here on WS, have stated that she can't be charged criminally for anything to do with Caylee's death, not even on a federal level unless they unearth some wire or mail evidence that crossed state lines, which does not seem likely at this point.
     
  5. mck16

    mck16 New Member

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    Sorry if my post was not clear. I did not say she could be charged with murder again. Actually I said the double jeopardy applies to the murder and that is what I indicated. I was talking about, and probably just wishfully thinking of something else, don't know what, hence my reference to a good prosecutor.

    But, someone can certainly file a civil suit against her for the death of Caylee.
     
  6. mck16

    mck16 New Member

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    Missed this in my reply post to you. This is very interesting and I did not know that. I really wish there was someone out there who was actively trying to find more evidense and I hope it isn't just dropped.

    I really think Casey has some evidense hidden somewhere because murders always take a souvenir. jmo
     
  7. Darkprincess65

    Darkprincess65 Inactive

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    she has her appeal pending. And of course the civil cases. As is obvious in this country with our justice system: What you say can and will be used against you. Think of the psychology behind it if you were in her shoes at this stage of things. I'm merely voicing my opinion based upon events I see unfolding with not only the american public but the judicial system, too. She just got out of jail. A mountain of civil suits against her. Attorney's and media after her. Not to mention the throngs of hate across the country online and off. If YOU were in her shoes after 3 yrs of solitary confinement? I'd want to hide and stay below the radar too. In what I said. Who I say it to. Who I know. And who they know. I wouldn't want to give any further ammunition to the situation whatsoever if I had all that coming at me like a speeding tornado out of control.

    I wasn't talking about double jeopardy. I merely took a step back and looked at it all from what could be her perspective on things.
     
  8. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    I am pretty sure that LE is no longer actively investigating Casey or this case. The only way they could justify doing so is if they believed someone else killed Caylee or that an unknown accomplice remains at large, neither of which seems logical after a nearly three year iniestigation. As far as wrongful death suits...there really isn't a qualifying person to file one on Caylee's behalf.

    Sorry to be OT...
     
  9. GiantPickle

    GiantPickle Well-Known Member

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    I have epilepsy and had my license revoked after my first grand mal for one year (that was in NJ). I go for very long periods without seizures (and off medicine) and if I even suspect any seizure like activity and discuss it with my doc, he tells me not to drive for three months.
     
  10. DEPUTYDAWG

    DEPUTYDAWG Active Member

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    I can picture FCA holed up with Rosalie B...and $$$ might be tight there for the food bill. JMO

    Wherever she is, I bet she's working on a tan. FCA certainly can't like her pasty white jail skin....no no no...whenever she has her "coming out," she'll be looking good.
     
  11. MaryAnn

    MaryAnn New Member

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    ICA would never have plastic surgery. She thinks she is absolutely gorgeous and wouldn't want to ruin her gorgeous face. gag, barg!!
     
  12. ahoyhoy

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    I just realized the perfect place for FCA--CHINA.
    There are millions of men there without hope of marrying, because of the one-child policy. Also, there are many, many new millionaires & billionaires who might be interested in an American girl as a trophy wife.
    If she were smart enough to learn Chinese, and China allows felons (?), I think FCA could live there in luxury and safety. But she'd still have to stay secluded (as in simply DEMURE for a change), so that's a BIG problem, even halfway across the world.
    But FCA's problem is that she REALLY doesn't like to do what she doesn't want to do, so even in luxury, she will be miserable.

    Another great thing about China is that their prisons are EPIC and merciless. Heh heh.

    Yes, Casey, I hope you are taking my suggestion.:seeya: Start shopping Chinese bachelor sites and get off my continent!!!
     
  13. cyberborg

    cyberborg Seeking Justice for Victims

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    I had thought that FCA was right here on WS, one of her most prominent fan clubs. FCA considers everyone a fan, whether you love her, hate her, consider her guilty or a liar -- as long as you are talking about FCA ... life's good.

    I bet FCA misses the helicopters over her secret location though ... she is virtually connected but wants that physical interaction -- to strut to JB's office.
     
  14. rossva

    rossva George Zimmerman: Innocent until proven guilty.

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    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.


     
  15. rossva

    rossva George Zimmerman: Innocent until proven guilty.

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    Not in Florida. Check out this thread: [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=141105"]Legal Questions for our Verified Lawyers #4 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community[/ame]

    Legal Questions for our Verified Lawyers #4

    It's very informative. The statute of limitations for a wrongful death suit has expired. You have two years from date of death to file.

    Only the following could have filed a wrongful death suit in the first place: 768.18 Definitions.—As used in ss. 768.16-768.26:
    (1) “Survivors” means the decedent’s spouse, children, parents, and, when partly or wholly dependent on the decedent for support or services, any blood relatives and adoptive brothers and sisters. It includes the child born out of wedlock of a mother, but not the child born out of wedlock of the father unless the father has recognized a responsibility for the child’s support.

    I also believe the double jeopardy applies to anything involving Caylee.




     
  16. 2goldfish

    2goldfish Active Member

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    my snip :floorlaugh: you nailed it :loveyou:
     
  17. yolorado

    yolorado New Member

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    It's plausible to me that she truly thinks she's done nothing wrong. Oh ok, well maybe the swamp was a little sleezy, but she's certainly better off without Baby and Baby, after all, is way better off too because she's in a better place with angels and clouds. She wasn't a salient being anyway when she hit the ground in the pet cemetery, and now, she won't have to grow up all the way with Mommie Dearest and a Cop rather than a grandfather. And, big plus, boy did she get the Cop at her trial. Look who's in control! Also, snap, Mommie D is dancing to her tune rather than visa verse. It's a little weird at present, not exactly what she expected, but this too will pass...just like it has up 'til now. She's probably close to Orlando with a minder just waiting for the good times to roll.
     
  18. cyberborg

    cyberborg Seeking Justice for Victims

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    Could someone maybe put together a poll? My vote is that FCA is in the Orlando area with DT minders.

    Maybe she called in the tips that she was at the pool in CM's and then darted inside once she heard her favorite helicopter overhead? Tracy stated that she was very playful and immature ... she will want to play games.
     
  19. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    Why would anyone offer her 5 million plus for an 'interview' full of lies? I do not see that happening. So far all she has been offered is bogus checks.

    And I disagree with your assessment of the ability to hide her appearance.
    "Cut the hair off shoulder length, darken it some, and throw on some sunglasses. "
    That would not hide her very well at all. imoo
    As for any future book sales---very few would sell, imo. Very few.
     
  20. BlOnDe_GuRrL

    BlOnDe_GuRrL New Member

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    Ughhhhh God, I had a dream about Casey last night..
    In my dream, she was brought into the place I worked for a job... apparently, I was a boss there. I'm not sure even what kind of company it was.. I think we were on a boat, but it was a restaurant. Anyway, she worked in the back with this older lady, Carol (I was actually Carol's boss in real life, when I was in restaurant management - she was one of my prep cooks) Anyway, Casey was a prep cook or something.. and I was forced to be her friend and be nice to her. Then, there was some manwhore she was crushing on... so she left work with him and I had to fly this hand glider all over PA and NJ looking for her because they were afraid she'd get killed. Apparently, a hand glider was the quickest way to find her... ?? Weird...

    Just wanted to share that.
     
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