Local Fox station obtains a MUST READ letter exchange between Casey Anthony’s defense attorney and OCSO. Its embarassing!
They’re hard to read there so I’ve retyped them here bc DAMN! I’m going to have to get all snarky on that Jose letter…I mean what grade is he in again? It sounds like something I might have fired back at a rival in MIDDLE SCHOOL! IF I was a whiny little b!tch! (which I wasn’t) 🙂 And besides mine would have been worded better, artfully folded- w/a pull tab and everything– not via facsimile –I mean, grow up! Wooooo- don’t mess w/Jose you wouldn’t like him when he’s DISPLEASED.
Reality check. No way JOSE! You don’t get to whine about the “2 month delay” or that your ego’s not getting properly STROKED by Law Enforcement when you should conduct your efforts in a more productive manner and convey the message to your client that she needs to PICK A STORY (how ’bout the truth? -that one’s easiest to remember) and tell us what happened to her daughter!! Obviously, everyone realizes that your office is under a lot of pressure, what w/sustaining oneself in an alternate reality, but pls, at least take a stab at joining us in the real world. Albeit OVER 3 MONTHS later, it would be better late than never, I suppose. There’s a beautiful little girl missing! 😦 JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE!!
Here’s the letter TO Jose FROM OC Sheriff’s Office:
September 19, 2008
Jose Baez, Esquire
522 Simpson Road
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Dear Mr. Baez:
In your correspondence to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office you have stated your willingness to fully cooperate with law enforcement regarding the investigation of Caylee Anthony’s disappearance within the confines of your ethical obligation to your client, Casey Anthony.
In response to your offer to fully cooperate, I am requesting that you provide the circumstances and location Caylee Anthony was last seen. As you are aware, the previous statements provided by your client have been false and misleading.
The law enforcement personnel involved in the search for Caylee Anthony acknowledge your ethical obligation to you client. We hope that it is your client’s genuine desire to help find her daughter and to uncover the truth. We are also hopeful that you are able to provide the circumstances and location that Casey Anthony last saw her daughter, and that you understand the information we are requesting is crucial to the search for Caylee Anthony. If you are willing to assist in this matter, please contact me at your earliest opportunity.
Sheriff of Orange County
Sergeant John Allen
Criminal Investigations Division
Missing Persons Squad
Here’s the response FROM Jose TO OC Sheriff’s Office:
September 22, 2008
Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Sgt. John Allen
2500 West Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32408
Re: State of Florida v. Casey M. Anthony
Dear Sgt. Allen:
I was pleased to see that your office has decided to take me up on our offer to cooperate in the search for Caylee Marie Anthony. Albeit two months later, it is better late than never, I suppose.
I was, however, displeased by the fact that I had to hear about your fax from the media before I even got the chance to read it. Nonetheless, I will convey your message to my client and discuss it with her further.
Please give me a call when you are more interested in searching for Caylee, as opposed to trying to improve your office’s public relations image. I realize that your office is under a lot of pressure because you haven’t found Caylee, but you should conduct your efforts in a more productive manner as opposed to leaking your communications with me to the media.
Jose A. Baez, Esq.