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One of my best friends was kidnapped back in 2002 (and miraculously found 9 months later, thank god) so I'm very passionate about missing children and have been following this case since it first broke in July. This has NEVER been about Caylee to the Anthony family, yet they continue to whine and tell the public to "get off your butt and find my granddaughter" while they sit in their HOUSE. I am so beyond thrilled that Casey is finally getting what she deserves. No more baking brownies for Baez. No more parading around in her obnoxious white sunglasses that she bought with money she STOLE from her friend Amy, no more anything but a cold hard cell for her. For life, I hope.
I hope that Texas EquuSearch finds precious little Caylee so she can be put to rest. TES are such wonderful people. My friend's dad is now a child safety advocate, and TES always keeps him updated on the facts of the search. Just to show what awesome people they are, I sent a donation to them the other week to help with their costs for the search for Caylee. They actually took the time to write me an email to personally thank me for the donation. I've never had an organization do that before, let alone such a busy one.
As for the players in the case, I really thought at first that George had something to do with the coverup/body disposal process. Being ex LE, he would know where to dump a body. I thought he "caught" Casey with the body, and helped her from there. Obviously now though, I don't really think that's the case any longer - but it continues to disgust me that he seems far more concerned with covering his screw-up daughter's butt and ensuring that she has money to buy doritos rather than seeking justice for his innocent little grandbaby. I still do think that Cindy didn't know anything, at least at the time of her 911 calls - You can hear the panic in her voice in the 3rd call. Sadly, I'm sure by now, she knows what happened to that poor girl and is covering up for Casey the same as her husband. The whole family is crackers. This darling little baby girl deserved so much better.