Family Turns On Casey Anthony

“Yes. She had a clenched fist and hit the bed that my sister was sitting on; I’m assuming out of frustration or anger, or something like that and said: “What did you do? We could have found her 31 days ago?”

These are the words of Casey Anthony’s brother, Lee, on the witness stand Thursday, July 15th. He was describing the scene between his mother and sister after the discovery that Caylee had been missing for 31 days. He mouthed the words I love you to Casey and she broke down in tears.

Cindy Anthony looked haggard and nervous on the stand. She wore no make-up. She testified that at the time she made the 911 calls: “I just said whatever I was thinking at the time to get them to come out. I was in shock. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. I was hysterical at that point.”

In one of the 911 calls Cindy Anthony declares: “I found my daughter’s car today and it smells like there’s been a dead body in the damn car.”

Once Cindy and George Anthony searched the trunk of Casey’s car, he later stated to police: “After we pulled into the garage her exact words were: Jesus Christ, what died? That’s exactly what she said. But then she said it in a way, she says, ‘George, it was the pizza right?’ And I said, Yeah it was the pizza.

…and as a guy who smelled the smell before years ago, and you just never forget it. I even stuck my nose down on it and I’m, I’m concerned.”

Cindy Anthony is a former nurse. George Anthony formerly worked in law enforcement.

What did you do; smells like there’s been a dead body in the damn car; stuck my nose down on it and I’m concerned. These statements have blasted national headlines for two years now—these and many more. They were made by the suspect’s family. Why would anyone say these things about someone they were trying to protect? Someone they believed in? Hmmm…

Too late now. Yesterday Judge Belvin Perry ruled that the jury will hear the 911 tapes.

May Your Glass Always Be Half Full


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