Other than the monumental decision by Judge Belvin Perry to let the 911 calls made by Cindy Anthony into the case in chief, there has been little to write about with regards to the Casey Anthony case.
Of course there is Jose Baez’s embarrassing pratfall regarding a taped conversation he held with a prison inmate. The Orlando Sentinel did a good job reporting this story. You can read their report here.
In addition, the Orlando Sentinel ran an equally enticing story recently titled: Does Casey Antony’s Right to a Fair Trial Trump the Public’s Right to Know?
I have honestly wondered that, too. But always come back to the fact that the Public does have a right to know! Will the public’s appetite to chew every morsel inhibit the defense from finding jurors who can be fair and impartial? No, it surely does not. There are more people who know nothing about this case then there are people who read about it.
Casey Anthony will find fair jurors, I have no doubt about it. Casey Anthony must have a fair trial and she will get it. There will be (there is already) such scrutiny with regards to the goings on in this case – so many people scoping all the details with a magnifying glass, that a fair trial is assured for her.
Back to the news of the day. A plethora of documents were released today with regards to the case. The WFTV website has the full details, and every document posted.
Among the documents are fascinating letters from Cindy Anthony to Casey. I hope you will take the time to read these sad, pathetic letters from a mother who is desperately trying to convince herself of her daughter’s goodness, innocence, beauty, and friendship.
Cindy Anthony takes a mother’s devotion to another level as she painfully writes of her belief in her daughter, and in the fact that she believes Caylee is still alive.
The letters are painful to read as they are written by a soul so troubled that she is hanging her hopes on dreams.
Should you take a moment to read these letters you’ll see Cindy is in total denial. Perhaps she is better off living in her dream and denial?
I am almost sorry for her though pity is more like it.
Here are Cindy’s letters: