Casey Anthony's attorney "casey thought father george was Caylee's father"

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  1. Kiki Cannoli
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    I joined USMB at the height of the trial after googling in search of online conversations.

    Baez's new book is coming out and is apparently filled with all sorts of 'truth' which the jury did not hear. Not sure if I am interested in reading, as I am uncertain if any word any of these circus acts utters can be believed.

    Casey Anthony Thought Her Father George Was Caylee's Father, Says Lawyer Jose Baez

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    In his book, Baez again alleged Casey Anthony was regularly abused until she was 12. Baez speculates the abuse tapered off because George Anthony was afraid of getting his daughter pregnant.

    The book also alleges that Casey Anthony was molested by her brother. Casey Anthony allegedly suggested her brother had learned the behavior from their father.

    Baez said the defense team had initially wondered if George or Lee Anthony could have been Caylee's father. Casey Anthony had suspected that too and, according to the book, told a psychiatrist she was worried about the possibility because her father had sex with her around the time she became pregnant with Caylee.

    ETA: both the father and brother were DNA tested
     
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    Granny says she got away with murder...
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    Casey Anthony: Did she do a Google search for 'fool-proof suffocation'?
    November 26, 2012 - Casey Anthony case: Florida detectives did not discover that someone at Casey Anthony's house did a Google search on her computer for "fool-proof suffocation" on the day her 2-year old daughter died.
     
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    Crazy Waltky isn't it? How did the prosecution miss this search?
     
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    They have no positive identification on WHO did the search. It would have been rebutted by that fact.
     
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    i agree.

    for the record: i was not at all surprised by the verdict.
     
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    How did the jury miss that the cause of death of a two-year-old with duct tape wrapped around her skull is "murder". Sure could not be accidental nor suicide!

    The jury also ignored lesser included charges such as felony child abuse.

    Baez won by selecting the most morons for the jury as he could get in. They should be in hiding - they let a murderous mother who only wanted to party get away with it.

    Regards from Rosie
     
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    It sure seems that way RosieS. I watched/listened to this trial, as did many on here...we had quite the spirited dialogue...the story is horrible and yes somebody should pay; but they didn't prove she did it and so here we are today.
     
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    Didn't watch the trial or pay any attention, but didn't her father admit the child drowned?
     
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    The prosecution really did prove it but the jury was too dense to convict. No one else had means, motive and opportunity and all elements of the crime were covered in evidence given.

    One juror stated on local radio that the prosecution didn't prove guilt beyond any doubt. It's beyond reasonable doubt....not ALL doubt.

    It's statements like this that has jury members still villified to this day around here.

    Regards from Rosie
     
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    ah Rosie, you live close by? must be exciting conversations. you are correct...reasonable vs. all
     

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