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George Anthony (1st T.), May 24th 2011

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 1/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 1

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 2/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 2

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 3/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 3

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 4/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 4

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 5/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 5

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 6/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 6

George Anthony, 1st testimony in the Casey Anthony trial, May 24th 2011, Part 7/7:

George Anthony (1st testimony), May 24th 2011 - Casey Anthony Trial - Part 7

Comments

  1. Audra Blinn says:

    Part 5 of 7- Jose gets George sooooo good with that- you can remember what Caylee was wearing a month later even though you didn’t know it would be the last time you seen her. However you can’t remember what your wife was wearing last Tuesday let alone the last day you seen Caylee!!! HHAHAHAHAHAHA I love him!

  2. Audra Blinn says:

    WOW George has a very very hard time answering questions. He won’t answer a strait question- if his life depended on it (no pun intended)

  3. I find it a bit strange that casey’s father was in the delivery room and watched her giving birth, especially with the allegations made against his for molestation of when she was a child. This guy seems like a closet control freak.

    • I can speak for a lot of us on that. Now when my first son was born my father, who never molested me asked to be in the delivery room. He asked if he could stand by my head in order not to invade my space. I said no and so did my mother telling him that would be just too uncomfortable for me. Now the reason my dad wanted to be in the room was because it was the first born male to an Italian family in two generations and I was not close with the father who was present in the room. My dad views birth as a natural process and nothing to be ashamed of but even knowing that, I wasn’t comfortable with that. He respected that and so did my mother though they both were a tad overbearing with their first grandchild. Many of us in families have dysfunction but… when boundaries are totally violated we see behavior like we did in this case. I’ve always wondered how Casey felt about her father in the delivery room given that she wanted him out of the house, divorced and away from her and her mother!!!!!

  4. Ashtons objections are severely annoying – as soon as Baez has George cornered Ashton jumps in to save him – I would have loved to hear George explain how he remembered vividly what Caylee was wearing -I know the reason-

    I also notice how George wants to completely avoid any ownership of the duct tape – he knows yet he wants to distance himself, “I am just George your average everyday grandfather” BS

  5. Lydianette says:

    After watching the trial and then re-watching the videos on this site, the biggest questions for me are:

    1-why was george in the delivery room? did casey want him there? kinda gross!

    2-if this was a pre-meditated crime (duct tape chloroform) then why wasn’t the disposal of the body worked out? surely if somebody was going to plan out and commit a murder, they would have those details sewn up.

    3-how do parents not know if their own daughter is working or not? no pay stubs? co-workers?

    4-how do parents not know who is watching their only baby granddaughter? (especially cindy)

    5-why didn’t the people who said they smelled human decomp (apart from cindy & george) call the police?

    6-why didn’t they press her for the father’s name so he could be contacted?

    7-why did they let so much time go by before they started looking for casey?

    8-if they knew she was stealing and lying, why didn’t they do anything?

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