What does it get you …

The civil case will be dry and boring compared to the murder trial, I think. There will be several of them starting with Zenaida’s. I am more interested in TES’s case but any and all verdict’s against swamp thing are a plus on the good side


9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kim
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 08:50:05

    Gonzalez says her life was devastated when she was linked, by Anthony, to the disappearance of Caylee Anthony. In July, Anthony was acquitted of murder in the death of her daughter. Anthony is serving probation somewhere in Florida for check fraud.



  2. Kim
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 08:52:52

    Although Casey Anthony was aware of the time and expense being expended to search for Caylee, Casey Anthony never informed Mr. Miller or anyone from Texas Equusearch that she knew what had happened to Caylee. After Caylee’s remains were discovered, Casey was arrested and charged with several crimes arising out of Caylee’s homicide. Wites & Kapetan reviewed the case, and filed the complaint on behalf of Texas Equusearch pro bono.



  3. CatOutLoud®
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 11:53:18

    Hi, Kim :).

    I’m really not trying to be an antagonist, here, but I think it is misleading when it continues to be reported that Casey had, in any way, linked this Zenaida Gonzalez to the death/disappearance of her daughter. She never did such a thing. In fact, she CLEARED that Zenaida very early on in the case, when she was shown her picture by Yuri Melich and told him “No, she’s too old”. In other words, she told him then and there that this was not the “Zanny the Nanny”. If any other conclusions were drawn, they were not of Casey’s doing. It’s one thing to dislike Casey and/or think she is guilty of murder, but it is another to promote the spread of misinformation against any one person. The case is still moot.

    As for the TES lawsuit. Moot, again, for a multitude of reasons. Just as Casey should have spoken up about knowing what happened to Caylee, George should have done the same. If we’re going by the defense theory, George was just as responsible and in the know, if not more. He never spoke up either. Why is he not being sued as well?

    The whole slew of lawsuits is a joke. That much, I think we might agree on.


  4. Kim
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 12:35:30

    I have no interest in the Zanny aspect but as for TES I think they have a strong case. You seem to be going under the assumption that the story given by Baez is gospel and from what I have seen of this family gospel is a foreign word to them. In all ways


  5. CatOutLoud®
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 13:04:29

    No, I am not under the impression that the defense’s word is gospel, and I agree that the truth and the Anthonys are pretty much strangers. My point is that the TES suit is based on the defense theory that Casey & George both knew Caylee was deceased while TES was conducting searches. If they are going to use that as the foundation for their lawsuit then it doesn’t really make sense to pick and choose what they want to believe out of it.

    Casey is not the one who called TES, regardless. TES was supposed to be looking for a LIVE Caylee and they never were. Not to mention that Cindy dismissed them for that very reason. Casey had nothing to do w/the searches. Period. Cindy, possibly, did not yet know what had happened to Caylee and, therefore, could not be held accountable for any misleading.

    Once again, we can not be sure why Casey didn’t speak up at the time. Possibly, it was due to her own father. He knew and did not speak up either, so, if Casey is to be held accountable, so should George. IMO.


    • Sherry
      Feb 01, 2012 @ 18:01:23

      Casey was asked to mark on a map where TES should search. Cindy raised a stink and Casey stormed off to her room. Also, George did not know about Caylee’s demise. You believe the cock and bull story of Baez’ opening statement. 😕


  6. offthecuff
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 17:26:37

    catoutloud–TES initially did look for a live Caylee. Casey is responsible for the truth and her lies, whether she hired TES or not. No one bound her with duct tape. She was willing to let the world grieve for a supposedly missing little girl. If TES would get any monies back, they could use it for other cases. That would be called justice.


    • Sherry
      Feb 01, 2012 @ 17:57:42

      Yes, they were looking for a live Caylee because they had flyers put out by TES members in Texas and all the states that Casey mentioned.


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