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Monday, July 28, 2008

Casey Sends Message To Caylee During Visitation With Mom

Sunday, July 27, 2008

ORLANDO -- Caylee Anthony’s grandmother told News 13 Saturday afternoon Casey fears multiple people could be involved in the toddler’s disappearance.

"She forgives you, and just please bring Caylee home, where she belongs," said Cindy Anthony.
"And the message for Caylee is, Mommy loves you with all her heart. You're the most important person in her world, and wants you to stay brave. Very soon you'll be home with all of us."
This is the message Cindy says Casey wants to send out to Caylee, and those who might have her. Doesn't that sound eerily like the statement Susan Smith sent out over the airwaves after she had murdered her two little boys?

Cindy got the message from her daughter Friday afternoon during a video conference at the Orange County Jail. The visitation was set up by the Sheriff's Office.

"We came to find out yesterday, that we could have been seeing her all along, and I think they felt bad, and facilitated us seeing her yesterday," said Cindy.

During their meeting, Casey also told her mother specific information about the family's safety.

“We haven't had any major threats or anything like that, but she warned us of certain people to stay clear of,” said Cindy. Cindy would not share those names with us, or how they might know the Anthony family. All Casey told her mother was that she's positive a number of people are involved in Caylee's disappearance.

We asked Cindy if she believes her daughter got involved in something dangerous, or a situation that was out of her control. However, she would not comment.

Cindy said her daughter told her she has reason to stay tight-lipped, and has specific detectives in mind she feels she can trust.

"I'm sure she'll get with her brother, and her focus is getting her in front of people that can help in the investigation, that she feels comfortable with, that maybe these people don't have connections with,” said Cindy.

News 13 caught up with Lee Anthony, who did talk to his sister on Saturday.
He is working with Casey, her lawyer and investigators to meet with the detectives she specifically named.

"Casey did say there were a few people she was involved with already,” said Lee Anthony. “You know, that asked her questions, or came to the house that evening. I mean, we had probably a dozen different officers and detectives and things like that at the house. So I'm pretty sure she has a certain comfort level with some, for whatever those reasons are.”

Family Battling Growing Backlash

A backlash against missing 2-year-old Caylee Anthony's mother is growing, especially since Friday's 911 tapes and jailhouse phone calls were released.

Family members said people are criticizing Casey at the information booth set up at Publix parking lot along Lake Underhill Road.

Some people have even made threats against Casey's life through the call center and the information booth, according to George Anthony, Casey's father.

Meanwhile, family members are hoping to get more information out of Casey once she's released from jail.

"We said that again yesterday,” said George. “It's like Casey, you know where's she's at. Tell us. We can get this thing worked out. That's all we need. That's all we need."

The Anthony family is in the process of setting up a fund to help pay for Casey's defense.

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