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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Casey Anthony's brother cancels today's jailhouse visit

Susan Jacobson
Sentinel Staff Writer

Lee Anthony, the brother of jailed mother Casey Anthony, has canceled his Tuesday visit with his sister, according to the Orange County Jail.

Anthony was scheduled to arrive at 9 a.m. and gave no reason for the cancellation, a jail supervisor said. His visit may be rescheduled for later in the week.
Anthony's parents, Cynthia and George Anthony plan to visit at 9 a.m. Thursday.
A motion to lower Casey Anthony's more than half-million dollar bond was denied for a second time yesterday afternoon by the 5th District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach.
Anthony's lawyers filed the motion late last week in an effort to seek a re-hearing for the 22-year-old Orlando woman who is a "person of interest" in her daughter's disappearance.
The appeals judges also granted Anthony's lawyers request to keep the motion sealed, which means the details of the motion are not open to the public...

Good for Lee.

He's spent the past month running trying to interpret Casey's cryptic code, running around checking out all the "leads" she's given him and finding them to be lies, and in general, just jerked him around as much as her parents and law enforcement.
A few posts back there is an article about the supposed father of Caylee, a young man who unfortunately died last year. But his parents dispute this, and of course, now they want/need to know for sure. I would not be the least bit surprised if she picked Caylee's father out of the obituary column.
Cindy indicated that Casey got pregnant and the whole family was just non-chalant about who the father might be. Then one day Casey showed her an obit and told her that was Caylee's dad. Now another family is drawn into the picture and I truly believe it is just part of this huge web that Casey has spun.
I wonder how long it will take for her to feel the effect of being alone on her web? But just as interesting will be how long the family holds out--that will be the true measure of dysfunction in this family. At what point do they give in to their daughter instead of common sense?
Maybe that is why this story is so captivating.
It seems to be easy to sit back and see how manipulative Casey is, when being close to her the family can't see that. Or maybe they do.
They are not stupid people by any means. I think George gave an indication on one interview where he says "again, farfetched but feasible" when Cindy was trying to explain away whatever the latest exposed lie was.
The routine must be to argue, lie, hold out until the folks give in, make them feel guilty for doubting her (when they were probably right all along) then get something as a "making-up" gift.

Let the little skank sit in jail. And I need to lay off the coffee.

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