George Anthony… philanderer, pedophile, child rapist, child murderer… and favorite “grieving grandfather” of the clueless knuckle-dragging masses. Ok. Maybe philanderer is a bit harsh. Maybe not.
Either way, there isn’t a day goes by without someone asking me whether George Anthony will ever be investigated and ultimately brought to justice for the murder of Caylee.
It’s a good question. After all, why would anyone want the case to remain forever unsolved? If you’ve been working on a mammoth 25,000 piece jigsaw puzzle and you’re down to the last piece, why walk away and leave it? It’s unfinished business redefined and it makes no sense. And if you can’t find the missing piece, you don’t grab a piece from another jigsaw then try and force it to fit just to finish it off.
But as to when GA will be investigated and brought to justice, I have absolutely no idea. Sure enough, he may well be sat there feeling pleased with himself right now… what with his new cars & bulging bank balance to boot… but it won’t last forever.
What I do know is that the wheels are definitely turning in the background when it comes to blowing the lid on GA and his antics.
Right now though, and as previously stated & posted in this site, Casey can’t press any charges against him as she’s prohibited from doing so due to the on-going case (and the respective appeals process). Once the appeals are finished, Casey will then have the option to press charges if she wishes. Pertinent information in respect of the case against GA will be submitted to Casey at that point so she can then decide what to do with it.
Apparently – although not surprising – GA’s desktop PC records contain enough incriminating info & evidence to sink a ship, and hopefully GA will be aboard the ship once it starts sinking.
In the meantime, I’ve compiled some extra content for this post regarding GA.
Here’s an excerpt from Pat McKenna interview (ABC News, August 18th 2011). Pat was the lead investigator (defense side) in the OJ Simpson trial – and he got a phone call from Casey’s defense team on the day Caylee Anthony’s remains were found, December 11th 2008. These are his comments after leaving Hopespring Drive:
“I walked out of that house and thought to myself, ‘I don’t think this kid committed first degree murder. There is something really disturbing about this family. I was shocked by their lack of emotion. There was no sense of loss or despondency. Their granddaughter’s remains had just been found and they’re sitting around booking television interviews and talking about how much money their foundation is making.”
He went on to say:
“George was bizarre. He would go around and around for hours and he wouldn’t answer a question directly. And he is a former detective, so he knows the drill. There was something off with this guy. After I read the discovery and George’s interviews, I thought, “This guy is way too eager to throw his daughter under the bus.” “It was an accident that spun out of control and George disposed of the body, but I can’t say exactly how. If Casey wanted to be free, she would have dropped Caylee in the pool, called 911 and been a grieving mother.”
Click here to read the Pat’s full interview.
Here’s an excerpt from Pat’s interview with JVM (CNN) from July 11th 2011):
VELEZ-MITCHELL: You said that you saw or heard something about George being confronted prior to the trial and his reaction. Tell me that. Tell me.
MCKENNA: Yes, I had heard that he was confronted with specific [abuse] information, quite specific information and that he did not shout out or deny it or anything. He looked out the window for, I heard, 23 seconds. Looked back and didn`t say anything. To me, that`s significant.
George is an interesting character. This isn’t over for George, I don’t think. He’s been a master double-crosser throughout the case.
He double-crossed his daughter. He double-crossed his wife, he double-crossed his mistress. He`s double-crossed law enforcement. He double-crossed the court. He`s a former officer of the court and he committed perjury in court. He tried to double-cross the jury and I think they saw through it. I don’t think this is over for George.
Click here to read the full CNN transcript.
Finally, here’s GA making it up as he goes along during his 4th trial testimony from June 28th 2011. Notice how he unconvincingly denies his well-documented romantic relationship with his mistress, and stalls for time before answering most of the questions, especially his 10 second pause at the 8:30 mark. While stalling, he’s not thinking about the real answer per se, but more making sure he gives himself enough time to remember the same answer he gave the last time he was asked the same question.
George Anthony (4th T.), June 28th 2011
George Anthony — The guy with no friends apart from hookers, loan sharks, Dr Phil and Yuri Melich.
In a few months time when the infamous “bus” comes around the corner, this time Casey’s gonna be driving it. It’s definitely coming. Watch this space.
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