the George story, sadly, is reasonable doubt
Last night I wrote about George Anthony as being the reasonable doubt the defense needs to save Casey Anthony; WFTV is currently running the same story.
This is a very strange case of serendipity for me.
Sunday morning, I happened to think about some “what if’s” in this case, and I thought about George Anthony – and all the ways he would be a candidate for the defense to use to raise reasonable doubt.
So, last night I wrote a story about George and reasonable doubt, but didn’t want to publish all the details as I was afraid it would give someone (on the defense), too many ideas…. Besides which, it’s a horrible story - a terrible thing to do to one’s own father, no matter how nutso the father is, it’s just wrong.
Then, this morning a blogger named “Thinker” posted information that agreed with my story, and told me about the two women, Patricia Young and Sharon Cadieux who are newly added defense witnesses. They are added witnesses to the defense because they were protesters at the Anthony home, in 2008, who George pushed and who notified the police. Coincidentally, that was one of my examples of George’s propensity for violence that I thought would make him a candidate for creating reasonable doubt, but I didn’t want to write that for fear it would give some folks (the defense) ideas….. The story is contained in the WFTV link below.
“Thinker” also told me that the newly added witness, Dr. Weitz, specializes in post traumatic stress disorder (PSTD). Of course Dr. Weitz could support the theory that Casey, after suffering the abuse of George and Lee, suffered from PSTD, hence her bizarre demeanor. Their theory could be that Casey acts so bland and blank because of PTSD. Casey might even have done all the partying and inappropriate behavior during those 31 days because she was suffering from PTSD.
Now, come to find out, the defense must have been planning this blame it on George strategy for a while. Although I have always thought that, given the sexual abuse allegations, the defense might find a way to make George the fall guy, the Patsy, or the Guilty one – however you want to characterize it, I am amazed it is actually coming to fruition. But, I am not surprised – as much as the idea of using George as reasonable doubt is gross, it is also the only thing the defense has right now. The defense team, as we have seen from the recent Frye Hearings, are not strong in the science aspect. And then, they lost the motion to suppress the statements and the “Agents of the State” motion, which was a huge blow to them. They have to use George or they have no case.
Please know that I don’t believe any of what I am about to write here, but I wanted to point out to you why George is potentially powerful reasonable doubt. Why? Consider this:
- George saw Caylee the morning of the 16th. Did something happen to Caylee during his watch?
- Caylee was found in the clothes George described she was last seen in.
- The duct tape came from his home, as did the garbage bags, the laundry bag, and the baby blanket.
- George has a rotten temper, as evidenced in the Morgan & Morgan Zenaida depositions, and elsewhere.
- George has changed aspects of his story, and some of the facts around Caylee’s disappearance, a number of times (i.e. the smell in the trunk).
- George had access to Casey’s car.
- George got so near Casey’s car to remove a wheel lift, Casey beat him to the trunk of the White Pontiac and thrust the gas cans she’d stolen in his arms. But he was very close to that trunk – close enough to smell it?
- George had the opportunity – his work schedule was erratic.
- There are reports that George threw his own father through a plate glass window at the car dealership his father owned, Rick Pleasea is on the defense witness list and can testify to this.
- As a former police officer, could George have the right amount of know-how needed to hide the crime for this long?
- George told River Cruz that Caylee’s death was an “accident that snow-balled out of control”. How would George have knowledge of this?
- George attempted to “borrow” $20,000 from River Cruz – he did not have the means to pay it back.
- George (and Cindy) have ties to the “Kid-Finders Network” an allegedly fraudulent missing children organization. Are the rumors true that he skimmed a bit of cash off the top?
- George (and Cindy) refused to work with or participate in the Texas EquuSearch team searches. Did he not want Caylee found?
- George left the pool ladder out, or so said Cindy.
- Cheney Mason has already hinted the defense interest in the possibility of drowning.
- Did George attempt to make it appear like Caylee was kidnapped, hence the duct tape over the little angel?
- The pushing and shoving and temper tantrums when he physically pushed the two new defense witnesses.
Thank you to “Thinker” for all the material that’s provided here! I am very grateful, Thinker.
Defense motion to add witnesses:
Original WFTV coverage of altercation at Anthony’s home:
Today’s coverage of the story:
There will be much more to report on this story…. stay tuned!