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Honestly I think she left her daughter in the car, the car ran out of gas and the little girl heat stroked without air conditioning.
Source: Listed above
Ashton said he based his writings on his recollection and his notes, not the sealed depositions themselves.
According to the book:
Danziger said that Anthony told him she “believed that her father drowned Caylee deliberately or drowned her while he was molesting her, even though she had no evidence that George [Anthony] had ever molested Caylee in the past.”
Weitz, referring to the account Casey Anthony gave him, gave a similar version of events. He indicated Casey Anthony asserted “that Caylee could not have died by accident and that George had murdered her,” according to the book.
Originally posted by acmpnsfal
Originally posted by mcsandy
I am still in awe of how a mother could just go on about life when your child is no longer there to walk with you. Of course any normal person would have died of heartbreak by now if Caylee's demise was truly not by the hands of her mother.
Lol....most parents who lose children do not die of heartbreak. They grieve for years and probably never really get over it, but they do go on with their lives. No normal person collapses and gives up on life because someone they loved dies. They go on with their life because there really is no alternative. Some parents who lose children even go on to have more children. Please spare us the dramatics.edit on 24-8-2012 by acmpnsfal because: (no reason given)
Running on television for money, and private home videos of a person playing with their daughter are two different things, you think?
Really moronic comparisons are where I exit. You staved off looking totally ignorant for a few comments, but now that cats out of the bag.
and private home videos of a person playing with their daughter are two different things, you think?
You however were actually sold as soon as Nancy Grace (one of the most revolting people in the world and actually someone we probably could pin murder on) told you it was despite there being no evidence to support it.