Today is exactly 4 years to the day that George Anthony murdered Caylee Anthony. Here’s an excerpt from my September 2011 post – “Immaculate Deception: The Untold Story of Caylee Marie Anthony”
June 16th 2008:
On the morning of June 16th 2008, between (6am-8am), George is in bed, and Caylee (having just woken and found her mom still sleeping and Cindy already left for work) she goes on her usual early morning walkabout – this time finishing up into bed with George. Nothing out of the ordinary with that in itself – but we’re dealing with George Anthony here.
I’m not going into specifics now, but within a few minutes of Caylee climbing into his bed, he starts abusing her like he’s done many times before (and just like he’s done with Casey since she was 8 years old). Only onthis occasion, for reasons only he knows, he gets a little too excited and forceful.
Caylee is screaming out by this time, so in an effort to keep her quiet (and not wake Casey up) he pushes her face into the pillow and carries on oblivious.
After “doing his thing” with Caylee for a while longer, he suddenly notices Caylee has stopped breathing. She’s suffocated.
IT’S AT THIS POINT THAT A 911 CALL SHOULD HAVE BEEN MADE.
Now – had Caylee really drowned in the pool and had George NOT been abusing her that same morning, I firmly believe a 911 call would have been made… and there’s a possibility Caylee may have survived, and this whole unfortunate incident would have been finished with way back in June 2008.
But you see… THAT couldn’t happen.
George, not being able to keep his damn hands to himself with either Casey OR Caylee well & truly took that option out of the equation.
Bear with me here.
So, right after Caylee suffocated (in my theory of events)… right at that precise moment in time… George had 2 clear options open to him, but very little time to decide.
His 2 options were as follows:
Option #1: George CALLS 911 to try and SAVE his granddaughter, while at the same time knowing only too well that his molestation will be discovered, and he’ll therefore be duly ostracized by the local community, finish up in prison, and get to spend the rest of his days on the sex offenders register – BUT Caylee lives.
Option #2: George DOES NOT call 911 – he decides that Option #1 isn’t so appealing after all – so instead he decides to SAVE HIS OWN SORRY ASS by carrying Caylee outside and slipping her into the pool, therefore making it LOOK like an accident OR an event caused by someone else’s negligence. In this option, unfortunately, Caylee dies.
I believe George went for Option #2.
Remember: This is only my own personal theory of events. I was obviously not there at the time… but nevertheless I believe Caylee tragically died while being molested by George Anthony. (Note: as Caylee’s death occurred during the commission of a felony (i.e. while GA was sexually abusing her), that’s classed as Murder (rather than aggravated manslaughter), regardless of the perpetrator’s intent).
The “Discovery” of Caylee’s Body:
Straight after George has put Caylee in the pool, he heads straight back to bed like nothing happened.
At some point within the next couple of hours, Casey wakes up – but there’s no sign of Caylee.
She goes into George’s bedroom, wakes him up and asks him “Where’s Caylee?”
“How should I know? I thought she was with YOU!” he yells back at her. Even at this early stage he’s already distanced himself from having anything whatsoever to do with Caylee’s death.
At this point they both decide to start frantically searching the house and garden, front and back and everywhere in-between. Shortly after that, George finds Caylee in the pool.
He shouts Casey.
She comes rushing out of the house and into the back garden. There she sees George… stood there… holding a lifeless Caylee in his arms.
Just like a good actor, George has proved he can turn the waterworks on whenever he needs to (just like during the trial) – and he does that now.
Casey goes hysterical as you’d expect.
“Oh my God! Call 911!” she yells (or words to that effect).
But George is having none of it.
He fights back his crocodile tears and tells Casey: “NO! NO! It’s too late for that. It’s too late! She’s drowned! She’s gone!”
What he really means is: “No, I can’t… because if they come they’ll find out I’ve been abusing her!” –– but he obviously doesn’t say that.
This is where George Anthony is in his element.
At the very moment Casey needs SUPPORT from her father, he takes the opposite route – the selfish uncaring old bastard that he is.
“Look what you’ve done!” he yells at Casey. “Look what you’ve done! This is ALL YOUR FAULT for NOT BEING THERE for Caylee… for not watching her! YOU CAUSED THIS! YOU LET THIS HAPPEN! Oh my God, you have no fucking idea! Your mother will NEVER FORGIVE YOU for doing this, and you’re gonna GO TO JAIL FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE FOR CHILD NEGLECT!”
And with that, George Anthony’s big cover up (the “Immaculate Deception”) begins….
R.I.P. Caylee Marie Anthony (August 9, 2005 – June 16, 2008) – Gone but never forgotten…
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