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Casey Anthony – Hurry Up And Wait


August 2005 ~ June 2008

Well, today will be all about Cindy trying to wiggle her way out from under her lies about the chloroform searches on the family computer.  As the searches were done in March, she can hardly say it was a stressful, emotional time and she wasn’t thinking clearly because of her meds! 

Seriously, what was she thinking?  I mean, we all know she’s trying to save her daughter’s sorry butt and not too bright when it comes to computers, but did she really believe nobody would check her work records, something so easily verifiable?  Regardless, it will be interesting to hear her version today.

Maybe she can help Baez write his closing statement!  After all, the both have expertise in whoppers!

Baez starts by complaining about the Gentiva records again and wants the Judge to reconsider.  Sims did depose the Gentiva folks and asked to speak to the State’s computer people at 5:15pm and they were not made available – Osborne and Stenger.  Baez lists all the witnesses waiting outside and takes issue that all may have new, additional opinions and this will be an issue all day!  Pretty much, Baez wants to block all rebuttal and claims the State is guilty of ambushing the defense!

Judge Perry says he will give Baez the morning to depose the witnesses, but they will work Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday..!

Both sides asked yesterday to have Saturday off to prepare their closings! 

Judge recesses and tells Baez there are ‘real’ problems and ‘imaginary’ problems and he had better not find out these are imaginary problems!  He reminds them we have a sequestered jury. He says to inform the jury they are in recess indefinitely and lets both sides know they will be working late tonight.

Jeff suggests they utilize 2 rooms for depositions and Judge Perry says, ‘I don’t care what y’all do!’

9: 15 am

A very frustrated and unhappy Judge leaves the bench.

Jury, subject to call.

Baez has screwed around for years and now wants to stall the inevitable by playing games.  This makes the 3rd time the defense has halted proceedings!

This just bites!

I’ll be back when court resumes!

  1. Evelyn
    07/01/2011 at 10:25 am

    aaarrrggghhh, the frustration of it all. oh well, now I have to wash clothes, lol.

  2. Barb2
    07/01/2011 at 12:13 pm

    I feel bad for all except the defense and all the A’s. The poor jury doesn’t know what will be thrown at them from day to day. JP and the PT are probably pulling out their hair. Whoever named this trial a circus hit the nail on the head; hope they saved a nail for KC’s coffin. Donchais, again, thanks for all you do for us.

  3. 07/01/2011 at 5:05 pm

    Donchais, are you going to hold our hands while the jury deliberates? If this takes a long time, we’ll be basket cases (I speak for myself).

  4. donchais
    07/01/2011 at 5:10 pm

    Already am a basket case, hun!

  5. Mike
    07/02/2011 at 12:16 pm

    Question of mine being asked facing the vast universe above and below:

    As parent/family member/spouse/friend . . .are we expected to lie and ‘do what it takes’ to make damn sure a beloved is not jailed for anything ..including murder?

    Spent time flipping between networks and listened to panelists (including Nancy Grace herself who said “if it were one of my kids, I’d roll up sleeve and have them stick in the needle…she defending Cindy’s lying) I’ve heard lawyers, judges, shrinks, et al admit they too would cover for their kid;s murderous deeds.

    If that is the standard then it behooves us to know that their testimony is expected to be lies making their appearance or sworn testimony useless/moot. . . . and that murderers are lovingly enabled.

    Me …having a difficult time thinking I’d be responsible to keep a murderer out of jail to become the murderer’s future victim.

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