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Originally posted by aleon1018
I don't recall hearing much if anything on the news about the Anthonys going through a divorce and Cindy saying George and his side of his family had issues like bipolar. Many people are said to be bipolar. Where was he working if he wasn't a homicide detective anymore? Who is the girl that Cayce said moved to Michigan also?
Originally posted by toochaos4u
reply to post by Valhall
How accurate is the ping triangulation in that area? I was thinking she might have spent the night at the school or as speculated even closer at the house the PI was digging around at.
His attorney, Tom Luka, said the fact that Lee Anthony has not received a subpoena to testify could signal that the state may be looking to file charges against him. If he was subpoenaed, anything he said at a hearing could not be used against him in subsequent criminal charges.
"There were a number of instances where he was acting on behalf of his sister, or on behalf of law enforcement, that now could be seen as something less than benign or could be seen as hindering the investigation instead of assisting it," Luka said.
"And I saw the uhm, Arm and Hammer lint, laundry detergent things. That's when I know like uh....( here he's interrupted by the detective, then he goes on..) "Because that's something we use at our house, so..." ( again the detective injects some small comment, then George seems to change his train of thought, with...) "....so that's what I said"
A stone observed from the baseline section of 18 to 21 feet was collected by this Investigator due to being advised by Sprv. Murdock that the stone appeared to be consistent to stones present at the Anthony home.