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Dr. G says, It’s Caylee and it’s Homicide!

19 Dec

Press conference right now. The remains were completely skeletonized and there was no soft tissue present. There was no apparent trauma to the bone. The death will be listed as a homicide by undetermined means. Hmm, I’ve heard Casey called a lot of things but…Undetermined Means? That’s a weird name for her. Dr. G said she does not expect to be able to determine the cause of death. That’s just what Undetermined Means wanted, that’s why she never reported her missing.

I wonder if the Anthony’s will release a statement? My thoughts and prayers are with them right now. No matter how they’ve handled this devastating situation, they are suffering. A chaplain at the jail notified Casey and they also notified Cindy. Some toxicology testing is still being done at the University of Florida.

The Sheriff’s office is still reviewing the handling of the tips that came in on August, 11th, 12th and 13th. OCSO says that they investigated over 5600 tips in this case. Sheriff Beary says this has been a nightmare case and an open wound to the community, he breaks up a bit when talking, saying he raised two girls himself.

WESH reporter says George was seen sitting in his car sobbing. I don’t think this was today, but that is so sad. He has probably had to grieve alone like that, not allowed to grieve like that in the house, in front of Cindy. Well, maybe after today’s announcement- that will change and they can help each other through these unimaginable circumstances. WFTV just reported that Lee has just hired an attorney. That’s weird.

Local 6 is showing a little tribute to Caylee- a recap of the case, so sad. It’s sad to see her picture w/2005-2008 over it, her time here was far too brief. Rest in Peace Caylee.

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10 responses to “Dr. G says, It’s Caylee and it’s Homicide!

  1. ann

    December 19, 2008 at 2:28 pm

    rip beautiful caylee…..

     
  2. Bill

    December 19, 2008 at 2:39 pm

    and…..burn in hell, Casey!

     
  3. citizenkim

    December 19, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    Ann and Bill I completely concur! 😦

     
  4. deb

    December 19, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    You will always have a place in our hearts Sweet Caylee.

     
  5. Jinx

    December 19, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    God Bless You Dear Sweet Caylee – I am sure you will always be your “Nan’s Sunshine” – you will be in her heart forever. And in mine.

     
  6. Cindi

    December 19, 2008 at 4:31 pm

    What a beautiful little girl to have to go through what this baby went through. I have a granddaughter and I can only imagine what her grandmother is going through. To imagine the last moments in her life was spent thinking that mommy was probably playing a game. Rest in peace little one, you are in a better place.

    As a mother I have to say this to Casey. You do not destroy the gifts that God has given to us. Out of every option that you had you chose to kill an angel. You are far from a mother, just a woman who gave birth. Life in prison is to kind; Florida should impose the Death penalty on you and execute that sentence immediately. Anyone questioning your guilt only needs to look at your behavior after all of this came out. We don’t show remorse by partying at night clubs, lying to the police and leading the public on a wild chase. Jealousy is a powerful emotion, but it is no reason to kill our children.

    I feel bad for your mother having to lose Caylee and yes even losing you, but we don’t hurt our children and offer no help in finding them. Tell the truth and end this tragedy.

     
  7. Heidi

    December 19, 2008 at 4:35 pm

    For sure rest in peace Caylee….but a question…how possible is it that “Zanny the Nanny” was actually XANAX? I mean, if she was chlorophorming the baby, why not Xanax?

     
  8. Gypsy

    December 19, 2008 at 6:13 pm

    Casey’s slimeball lover/lawyer is trying so desperately to establish himself as a high-profile attorney, yet he has no track record to do so with.

    Has anyone checked out his website? He only has ONE “high profile murder case listed and when you click on the link it takes you nowhere. The douchebag has only been active as an attorney since 2005. Before that he was simply a stooge.

    He bullshits just as much as his lover . . . er, client, trying to make himself sound much more important than he is. As soon as he opens his lying mouth he only shows how ignorant he is. This case may very well be his last but he’s probably counting his riches inside his great big empty head dreaming of book and movie deals to come. I think we need to start a real movement to boycott any books or movies and make sure NO ONE profits from little Caylee’s murder.

     
  9. Gypsy

    December 19, 2008 at 6:24 pm

    I am really pleased that Dr. G. recognized Caylee’s death as a homicide. Does that mean that she believes it was deliberate and not accidental?

    And also I have another question. Before I left the house today I read one of the blogs here (it would have been around noon). It was a very long piece written by a woman who wasn’t completely convinced the murderer was Casey. I don’t know if she actually believed that or if she was just playing devil’s advocate but anyway I left two responses one right after the other and then I left. My responses were the first two given. When I got home just now (6:00 pm) I tried to find the piece so I could see if she responded to me and the whole thing has disappeared (hers and mine).

    So my question is, does WordPress just delete certain blogs? I’m a newcomer to all this but it just strikes me as very odd that it’s gone. Did anyone else see the blog I’m talking about? I’m sorry, I can’t remember the title – just that it was short — two or three words.

     
  10. Bill

    December 20, 2008 at 10:38 am

    Gypsy, there are four ways to die. Accidental, natural causes, suicide and homicide. The first three don’t end up in a garbage bag in the woods. Not a real stretch to call in a murder.
    And even if traces of chloroform or zanax in the tissue aren’t conclusive as to the amount administered, explain even a trace in a three year old. I have grandkids, and doubt they use either.

     

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