Daily Archives: January 14, 2009

More of Cindy’s email is released, other updates

Update in the Caylee Anthony case.

I saw parts of Jane Valez-Mitchell, Nancy Grace and Greta tonight.  What seemed to be new was the discussion on Greta about the email that had been mentioned last night about the email Cindy had written.

The email was between Cindy and a person named Lois Peters.  Lois Peters had apparently organized a search for Caylee in the early days of the case and she had struck up a friendship with Cindy, I believe it was Cindy, but either Cindy or Casey, something about a bracelet being made and given as a gift.  So there was at one time a very friendly relationship but there was a falling out along the way.  I would like to know what the falling out was about, and we may find out because they are in contact with Lois Peters.  Maybe she will be able to talk to reporters at some point but right now she is having blood pressure problems in that she is getting death threats.  Now who would be doing that?  And why?

This most recent email, Cindy wrote to Lois that she would not be invited to the funeral.  Lois responded back that she did not want to be around anyone who would condone the killing of her granddaughter.  Cindy answered back that Casey did not kill Caylee and that she loved her very much and that it would be proved at trial.

It came out that there were two guys with Kronk when he supposedly discovered the body, and one of them was named but I can’t remember his name right now. (It’s David Dean).  He had gone into the woods to go to the bathroom, leaving two men by the road to wait for him.  It was that night that he made the first call to police at about 9:30 or 10:00 p.m.

The deputy who finally came out to investigate on the 13th of August has several complaints against his record and is now being investigated for his part in this case.

The psychic, Ginnette Lucas, who appeared on Nancy Grace last night has come under some credibility problems.  A woman from Virginia where Lucas lives called Kathy Belich from the tv station and said that about 20 years ago she and her sister had contact Lucas about the death of her niece.  She said Lucas took all total about $5,000 from them and never gave them any information that could be used.  When the money ran out her vibrations ceased.  The murder has still not been solved.

I still am wondering just how Kronk went out in the woods for a few minutes and found whatever he found that day on August 11th and then when the deputy came out on the 13th (Richard Cane or Crane), the area he pointed to was under water and the deputy just said, I don’t see anything, and didn’t want to go into the water.  Doesn’t make sense that Kronk would be wading around in water when he only went in the woods to relieve himself, does it?

Posted:  01.14.09


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Where some have failed to pass muster, Geithner gets a pass

Zoe Baird: President Clinton’s first choice for attorney general, Baird withdrew her nomination in January 1993 after admitting she violated federal law by employing an illegal immigrant Peruvian couple as household help and failing to pay taxes on their $2,000 monthly wages. At the time, Baird was chief legal counsel for Aetna Life & Casualty Co. in New Haven, Conn., earning $500,000 a year. The Peruvian woman cared for Baird’s son; her husband was Baird’s chauffeur. A 1986 federal immigration law made it illegal to hire undocumented workers.

U. S. District Judge Kimba Wood: Expected to be Clinton’s second choice for attorney general, Wood withdrew her name from consideration two weeks after Baird. The New York judge said her baby sitter of seven years had been in the country illegally when she was hired in early 1986. Such employment was not against the law at the time. Wood stressed that she had broken no laws and had paid the required employment taxes. 

    Tell me how the following would not disqualify Timothy Reichter from serving as Secretary of the Treasury, head of the IRS?
    The disclosure Tuesday that Obma’s choice for treasury secretary, New York Federal Reserve chief Timothy Geithner, failed to pay $34,000 in taxes and employed a housekeeper without proper immigration papers was another jarring distraction just days before Obama’s inauguration – and raises fresh questions about his team’s judgment, vetting procedures and political sensitivities.
    This is wrong for several reasons, not the least of which is that it is not fair to those who have been disqualified before him for the same thing.  Nothing is fair any more, there is no equity, all are not treated equally and held to the same standard.  And I don’t care to rush into this the same way the Wall Street bailout was rushed into.  Others have been disqualified for the same or lesser offenses and to put him in charge of the U. S. Treasury and the IRS when he can’t pay his own taxes is beyond ridiculous.
    Harry Reid says it’s just a little hiccup.
    Posted:  01.14.09

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