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Casey Anthony – No Tears For Caylee But Plenty For Herself!

October 14th, 2008 · 8 Comments

Casey Anthony shedding tears (for only the 2nd time) after the grand jury indicted her for 1st degree murder.Ironically the only two times that the forever stoic mother of missing toddler Caylee Anthony has shown any emotion or cried any tears has been for herself!  Today a grand jury indicted Casey Anthony with first-degree murder charges for her missing daughter Caylee Anthony and the waterworks flowed!

Casey partying with friends while her daughter is missing!!!We didn’t see any of those tears, however, for her three year-old daughter.  Not one tear was ever shed in the past four months as police questioned Anthony about the disappearance of her daughter.  Instead the mother laughed and chatted to police while taking them on a wild goose chase, and blaming an imaginary babysitter, rather than assist them in anyway to try and find her missing daughter. 

For a month Casey Anthony danced and partied with friends and boyfriends all the while her missing daughter, according to Anthony, had been kidnapped.  Did Anthony go looking for her daughter?  Did she report her daughter’s abduction?  Casey Anthony dancing, but where’s Caylee?No, instead she was out everynight getting drunk and having a good time!  Did she buy anything for her daughter while going on several shopping sprees with her best friend’s money that Anthony stole? No, instead she used her friend’s checks and cleared out her friend’s bank account buying bras, lingerie, sunglasses, clothes and other items for herself.  Afterall, why buy anything for someone you know is dead! 

Today, the grand jury of 19 took only 30 minutes to come down with the indictment and even Casey Anthony’s father, George Anthony, testified against his daughter.  Will Anthony continue to believe that she can get away with her daughter’s murder as she has gotten away with everything else in her life?  Is she so entrenched in Mayaland that she’s ignoring the fact that she could in the end get the death penalty if convicted?  Could be. 

Casey and Caylee AnthonyMaya Muses:  If Casey Anthony wanted her freedom, it would have been so easy for her to have turned over her daughter to her parents.  Cindy and George Anthony would have taken their granddaughter Caylee with open arms and Casey Anthony knew that!  Instead she was jealous and spiteful of her parents’ love for Caylee and so she decided to do away with her daughter instead.  Yes Casey, you’re free from your daughter now, but at what price?….The price of your freedom and perhaps your life!

Photo Credits:  Google Images

Answers to yesterday’s Brain Teasers

1.   Seven Seas (7 Cs)
2.   Split Level
3.   Forgive Forget (Four Give Four Get)
4.   Missing You (Missing U)
5.   DownTown
6.   Lucky Break
7.   He’s by Himself
8.   See Through Blouse
9.   First Aid
10.  West Indies (West in Ds)
11.  Six Feet Under
12.  Backward Glance
13.  Tricycle
14.  Reading Between the Lines
15.  Crossroads
16.  3° Below 0° (3 Degrees Below Zero)
17.  Neon Lights
18.  Just Between You and Me
19.  One in a Million
20.  Broken Promise
21.  You’re Out of Touch (U are Out of Touch)
22.  Life begins at Forty
23.  Jack in the Box
24.  Growing Economy
25.  Up Before Eight
26.  Just Around the Corner
27.  Apple Pie
28.  Making Up For Lost Time (Making Up 4 Lost Time)
29.  Standing Ovation
30.  I Understand you Undertake to Undermine my Undertaking.

Tags: In The News · Is Anyone Listening? · Mayaland

8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Tina // Oct 15, 2008 at 4:57 pm

    I haven’t got words for people who hurt their own children.. Every name you could possibly call them, every image you can think of have either been thought of or said… I just feel pity for them… Pity that they didn’t think about what life they were going to give up before they had kids….

    that way they could have spared them the pain of being born to such parents…

    ahhhh well…. Can I share your wall to bang my head against?

  • 2 Mia // Oct 15, 2008 at 7:32 pm

    Tina,My head are already hurting,so that is why I didn’t even comment on this topic,Lynn written about!
    Better keep our heads clear right now!

    I read several years ago,a book written by Mary Summer Rain:”Phoenix Rising”….
    It was a uncomfortable book to read…She predicted the big changes that would happen…
    And before “Phoenix” could rise from the ashes,much had to fall apart….
    Some of what she wrote has already happened…

    So,better keep our heads clear and our hearts open and focus on the good things in life….

    Our use our “Eagle eyes” and look at it all from a higher perspective!

  • 3 Lynn // Oct 16, 2008 at 6:28 am

    Tina, that’s why I chose not to have children and not to get married, (but that’s another story)! Lol. When I was young, all I wanted to do was travel and party and I knew that if I had a child I would resent giving up that lifestyle…..So rather than have a child grow up in a resentful environment, like I said, I chose not to have one.

    My mom was hoping as I got older that I would get over my partying ways and settle down, but it never happened! LOL!

    You’re more than welcome to use my wall! Lol. Especially when you hear stories like Casey Anthony. It’s not like she didn’t have any other choice with what to do with her daughter. Her parents would have taken their granddaughter happily and would have given her a loving home. She is the epitome of narcissism!

  • 4 Lynn // Oct 16, 2008 at 6:29 am

    Mia….thanks for keeping us focused beyond the wall!

  • 5 Mia // Oct 16, 2008 at 4:29 pm

    De Nada!
    Besides you will both have a hell of a headache if you keep doing it!LOL

    You think I’m too serious?
    But you talk about serious things…And there is too much of these kind of things happening, that is too difficult to understand!

  • 6 Tina // Oct 16, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    I’ll stick to bringing up my cat thank you very much.

  • 7 Lynn // Oct 16, 2008 at 8:00 pm

    No, I don’t thing you’re too serious. Just the opposite, I think you have a good balance between being serious and being silly. I like that!

  • 8 Lynn // Oct 16, 2008 at 8:05 pm

    Tina, cats are definitely less demanding than a child, but pets do become as beloved as children. Timi must be quite happy!

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