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    I must not know much about either one because I can't imagine anyone EVER choosing electrocution over injection.
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    I say chloroform and duct tape for the sociopath. Anyone else see that the two property owners on either side of the lot where the corpse was found were named Zenaida and Gonzales?

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    Choosing electrocution? That scene from "The Green Mile" - the dry sponge - rises unbidden to my mind. Lethal injection is the easy way to go; the state even gives the prisoner a sedative. And as a regular blood donor myself, I scoff at the idea of a tiny widdle needle being the delivery system.

    I've been trying to refresh my memory about this case, whilst skimming the current sitch. Firstly, regarding Baez the Dumbarse: a couple days ago he kept trying to show the jury a picture that the judge had already ruled as INADMISSABLE as evidence. Spec-freaking-tacular. Apparently, Baez acted like he couldn't get it through his goddamned head that the picture was inadmissable. He was getting on the judge's nerves. Baez as asked for multiple mistrials now; thankfully the judge appears to be on the ball here and says "denied" before Baez has even got the bloody word out.

    Baez seems to be trying to screw up the case on purpose; his strategy is to cause a mistrial.

    Also, I've now learned that "Zanny the Nanny" is American slang for xanax; and refers to drugging a person's own children or a minder's charges so they can do other things. Now, if memory serves, Casey lost her job at Universal because she never returned after her maternity leave was finished, but the bitch led her parents and brother to thinking that she had (part-time at least, with a second job at a sports store added to the ruse later). From what I read, Cindy recalls Casey speaking about "Zanny the Nanny" from the beginning - a hispanic nanny who worked for Casey's work collegue Jeff. Casey would claim to leave her baby at Jeff's house to play with Jeff's son and Zanny the Nanny, when the grandparents were working and couldn't babysit.

    For TWO YEARS baby Caylee's whereabouts aren't fully accounted for - Caylee died just two months short of her third birthday. I don't know how long American maternity leave is, but as Casey never returned to work after the birth, the time she was fired is irrelevant. What's relevant is that Casey's parents believed she was back at work, and although they'd never met Zanny the Nanny, this ephemeral childcare worker had seemed like a real being becasue Casey had been referring to her for two years. WHERE THE HELL WAS CASEY TAKING/LEAVING BABY CAYLEE!

    As others have pointed out, Caylee was getting to the age when she could talk quite well, maybe say something to her grandparents that Casey didn't want said. On the 16th June, 2008, 4:30pm, when Casey's cellphone usage "went dark" for two hours before she called home (to check no one was there, I suspect) before backing her car into the garage, she'd told her parents she would be at work till around midnight, and that she'd crash at "Zenaida's" afterwards (by now, Zanny the Nanny had her own apartment apparently. The granddad, George, was watching a cooking show and watched as Casey left with Caylee. Around 4pm, mother and daughter were seen at Walmart and by a teller at a hardwar store. Between 4pm and 4:30pm, Casey was making call after call to her parents' work numbers and to her boyfriend, Tony. After dropping "something" off at home, she met up with Tony and they rented some movies before crashing back at his place. Remember, the grandparents' believed that Caylee and Casey were sleeping at Zenaida's.

    The next morning, Casey had no cell phone activity until about 11am; unusual for this bitch who was practically surgically attached to her phone. On the morning of the 17th, a Zenaida Gonzalez DID go to the Sawgrass Apartments. Casey would later take the detectives to this apartment. Tricky, tricky, tricky little bitch. I don't know how close Sawgrass apartments are to Tony's apartment. However, Tony alibied her for that morning, anyway.

    Shit, sorry for the length.

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    I wonder how many states even use electrocution now?

    I think the flurry of phone calls Casey made that day were when she had just killed her daughter. Maybe she was calling people to find out where they were/when they'd be home so she'd have enough time to ditch her daughter's body somewhere.

    I read a syringe of Chloroform was found and a Gatorade bottle but that hasn't been at trial yet.

    If babygirl drowned like the defense says...WHY was there duct tape over the mouth?

    Had Casey seen the pics that were presented yesterday at trial (the skull, etc). It's amazing the hair was still attached to the skull. Was Caylee even buried??? Or just thrown away in a trash bag? Did the skull roll out? WTF!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kat Scorp View Post
    For TWO YEARS baby Caylee's whereabouts aren't fully accounted for -

    What's relevant is that Casey's parents believed she was back at work, and although they'd never met Zanny the Nanny, this ephemeral childcare worker had seemed like a real being becasue Casey had been referring to her for two years. WHERE THE HELL WAS CASEY TAKING/LEAVING BABY CAYLEE!
    That's one of the biggest mysteries of this case. WTF was she doing for two years?? Imagine how much lying she had to do in order to convince her parents she had a damn job and that she had a nanny. That's why I wondered how long she'd mentioned/conjured up the nanny BEFORE this went down because in my mind, perhaps she was planning to do this for that long!!!

    Sick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    I must not know much about either one because I can't imagine anyone EVER choosing electrocution over injection.
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    I read a syringe of Chloroform was found and a Gatorade bottle but that hasn't been at trial yet.
    Where was the syringe found? Wow that would seem to be the smoking gun. I never knew you could inject Chloroform. I always imagine it like in the movies where the villain holds a cloth over the victim's mouth.


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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    Wiki says it's lethal injection, but prisoners can choose electrocution if they like.
    Seriously, who would choose anything but lethal injection?

    I read about the syringe and Gatorade bottle too but don't remember the specifics.

    This is really hard hearing about the dispersal of her little bones and how animals were probably chewing on them. This poor girl! That bitch Casey is laying it on thick again with her fake tears
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    It looks like she's finally getting the gravity of all of this.

    As a mom, it would be hard for me to watch my daughter in so much pain & turmoil. My heart breaks every day for Cindy.

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    ^ is she really crying though? I just read that she was on thew new, but is there actual tears coming out of her eyes

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    Someone sure has a lot of contempt. Casey's switching between crying and mean-mugging!

    I think the ME, Dr. G did very well!
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    I also choose to believe the rumors because I am, when it is all said and done, a dirty gossip.

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    ^is that the guy with a dent in his head or somebody else?
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    No it was the female medical examiner. Dr. Garavaglia.
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    I also choose to believe the rumors because I am, when it is all said and done, a dirty gossip.

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    Casey Anthony trial ends early as judge says she's ill



    Casey Anthony trial ends early as judge says she's ill - CNN

    The Casey Anthony murder trial ended an hour and a half early Thursday, with Orange County Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr. telling members of the media in the courtroom that Anthony was ill.

    Jurors were not told why the trial ended early Thursday, and Perry asked them not to speculate. He said court would be in recess until Friday.

    After the jurors left, Perry spoke to members of the media in the courtroom, saying that Anthony was ill and that neither the prosecution nor the defense had any comment on the matter. The judge asked reporters not to question either side about it. The details of Anthony's illness were not given.

    During a short break before the announcement, Anthony drank a bottle of water quietly as attorneys spoke together and went back to Perry's chambers, according to In Session's Michael Christian. She was escorted out of the courtroom during the break, then brought back in, but lay her head down on her arms at the defense table. She did not stand as the jurors left the courtroom.

    In a statement released Thursday evening, Orange County Jail spokesman, Allen Moore said Anthony had been returned to jail and was receiving medical attention from the facility's health services provider.

    "No information can be released regarding her treatment or medical condition due to HIPPA and Florida Medical and Mental Health Confidentiality Laws," Moore said.

    For security reasons, Moore also declined to state whether Anthony would return to court Friday.

    "Orange County Corrections will never reveal the transport of any inmate in our custody due to the security risks posed by such knowledge being made public," Moore said.

    Earlier Thursday, testimony centered on the recovery of the skeletal remains of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, from a wooded area in December 2008. Anthony cried as photographs of the remains were displayed in the Orlando courtroom and avoided looking at the screen where they were displayed.

    Anthony, 25, faces seven counts in Caylee's death, including first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and misleading investigators. If convicted, she could face the death penalty.

    The toddler's family last saw her on June 16, 2008, but no one alerted police until July 15, when the girl's maternal grandmother tracked down Casey Anthony and demanded answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookie View Post
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    JFC - not this fake sick shit again.
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