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December 13, 2010

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they come out of the woodwork

by Andrea O'Connell

A bizarre email that found its way into the courthouse records today makes some bizarre claims and inserts Zanny the Nanny back into the case.

The email claims that one “Gloria Gonzalez” mother of Zanny, abducted Caylee and renamed her Caylee Gonzalez!

The email is so bizarre there is no way I can do it justice by explaining it to you – you just have to read it for the full affect.

Here is a link:  Caylee is alive EMAIL

Although it is priceless in its absurdity, it is sad, too.  Clearly whoever wrote this has a twisted soul.

You may remember the name “Wanda Wery” and her son, Nicolas Hunt?   Remember, they swore to the high heavens that they saw Caylee during an airplane trip to Atlanta?   Well, the email refers back to that alleged sighting of Caylee, in 2008.  And then, the email goes even further by discussing Caylee’s whereabouts today; including her activities since her abduction by “Gloria Gonzalez”, aged 55, mother of Zenaida.

I recall that Cindy Anthony put a lot of stock in the Wanda Wery story in the early days of the case. Perhaps this bizarre claim is what keeps Cindy believing that Caylee is still alive?  I wonder if Cindy is still speaking to Wanda after all this time?

Strange.  Very strange indeed.

In other news today…..

On the heels of last Friday’s, 5:00 pm Anthony hearing, the defense has today filed two motions for the court to hear.  These motions will be heard tomorrow, December 14th.  It is not known if Casey Anthony will be in attendance at the hearing, scheduled for 4:00 pm.  In addition, the hearing is reportedly going to be held via conference call with the members of the JAC.

The two defense motions are:

  • A request for more hours for the defense investigator, and
  • asking if the defense will be reimbursed for its experts travel expenses when they came to Florida to examine evidence.

In its motion to request additional hours for a defense investigator, Baez wrote the following:

The defense is respectfully requesting additional hours for investigative services rendered in-state in order to continue investigating evidence alleged in the State’s discovery, which continues to be on-going.

Now, this is the second time the defense is asking for additional hours.  You may recall Baez’s first request, not too long ago, for 300 hours.  That request was soundly shot down by Judge Perry who instead gave them 60 additional hours.

I can’t imagine this second request will be appreciated by the Judge; Baez sure better have a good reason for asking for taxpayers to dole out these funds.

No more fishing expeditions, please.

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11 Comments Post a comment
  1. Sherry
    Dec 13 2010

    I knew it had to be McIntyre. The email sounds very similar to one that was sent to the judge awhile back, iirc. I know I’ve read this dribble before about looking in a drawer, file, etc., and that a Federal crime has been committed. I forget where he had the Gonzalezes located back then.

    It would figure that Cindy would believe this nutcase. Who knows what he has emailed her.

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    • Dec 13 2010

      Hey Sherry, I thought I remembered the name McIntyre, too! Very sick people who simply seem to want to insert them selves in to this case no matter how absurd their story is. if it weren’t so sad it would be funny. 🙂

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  2. Hilde
    Dec 14 2010

    Andrea, You said it! It is very sad indeed!
    What is wrong with those People anyway? I guess
    they will do anything to get Attention in this Case. Unbelievable, that is all I have to say!

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    • Dec 14 2010

      Hey Hilde! Thanks for your comments… yup, I agree, it’s really wild; mostly sad though.

      I like your snowman! 🙂

      Reply
  3. cali patti
    Dec 14 2010

    The Anthony case seems to attract more than its share of crazies. What I don’t understand is why this email would be entered into the case as evidence?
    Is its purpose to justify Baezs request for more money? If thats true, then how can a court accept email as evidence when its content is false?
    How is it evidence in that context?

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    • Dec 14 2010

      Hi Cali Patti,

      LOL! Yes, it’s wacko alright. But, the good news is it’s not evidence, I wouldn’t think, it was just sent to the courthouse and it’s being made public, since everything in this case is public, I guess! It’s just a sad, sad commentary about what lengths some folks will go to get attention.

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  4. cali patti
    Dec 14 2010

    Andrea, thanks. I misunderstood. Often it is difficult to have actual facts allowed in as evidence so that was why I was wondering how this was allowed.
    Whew, I am beginning to sound as crazy as Baez.

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    • Sherry
      Dec 14 2010

      NEVER!!! 😯 IMPOSSIBLE!!!

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    • Dec 14 2010

      nooooo way, my dear! LOL! Everything is so crazy in this case anyway, you never know what’s true and what’s a sham….

      Reply
  5. Louise Fell
    Dec 16 2010

    My dear Andrea; I see you listed Blog for a Cure in your blogroll. Just to let you know it’s for all types of cancer, including ones that you never hear about. There are many members with other cancers. It’s pretty great because you can click on MEMBERS AND THEN TYPES OF CANCER. You will see the members are also listed under their diagnosis. Once you click there you can read everyone’s posts, and most importantly you can get a LOT OF VERY GOOD INFORMATION, even if you are looking to help a friend or family member with issues. Just thought I should let you know so that you might take off the word Breast and just leave it as ALL CANCER TYPES

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    • Dec 16 2010

      Ahhhh! Thanks so much for letting me know! I appreciate it so much. I will surely correct that. it’s a nice website, by the way. 🙂 A great source of information, though I sure wish it didn’t have to be so popular and we could find a cure for this horrid disease

      Reply

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