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Casey Anthony 4.0 ~ The New Face of Murder

Posted on 7/6/2011 at 4:20:59 PM

Casey Anthony 4.0

Casey Anthony 4.0

Many of my friends, both in walking life and on Face Book and Twitter, have been asking me how I feel about this whole thing surrounding the Caylee Anthony Murder case.  I have been glued to this case since it all started nearly three years ago. I am stunned that this woman is apparently walking free, acquitted of all culpability concerning this murder. Everyone wants to know how this can possibly happen in our society today. How indeed…

I am asked many times: “Do you see Caylee? Where is she? How does she feel?” Spiritually, I see Caylee around her mom. I can see her in spirit, hovering around Casey every time I see an image of her on the television. Caylee doesn’t care about all of this hubbub surrounding the taking of her life. She loves her mom and has forgiven her long, long ago at the moment that it happened. Children in spirit are very compassionate and ultimately forgiving. Casey is her mom and always will be. And, while it’s easy for Caylee to forgive her mom, it is really hard for all of us here on the earth to follow her example. The hard thing for an adult to do is, in turn, an easy gesture for a child. Jesus said, “…be like a child.” Easier said than done sometimes. 

I feel that this whole event was planned by Caylee and Casey and their soul group. The only sense that I can make of it is that this thing has happened to teach the rest of us a lesson in forgiveness. And while this is the only sense I can make of it, I admit to having a hard time accepting it…which, ironically, is proof of the whole point of the lesson, I suppose.

Intuitively I believe that Casey killed her daughter and that her family tired to cover for her after the fact when they realized that their daughter had done something terrible to their beloved granddaughter. They, in denial, cannot process the fact that this woman, their daughter, could have possibly killed their Caylee in any way, shape or form. Denial in this instance is a balm in this situation. I feel intuitively that Casey killed her daughter for none of the reasons the prosecution said she did; she killed this child out of spite and hate, a statement she made to her brother Lee early on in her bedroom  the very night that Cindy called the police to get the answers and to find out the truth. I think that Cindy and George got the truth that they wanted and it was more than they had gambled on. They then scrambled to cover it up so as to save their daughter in an act of a parent’s unconditional love for their child, a trait that is sadly lacking in Casey, sorry to say.

Intuitively I believe that Casey drowned her baby in the pool on purpose. That’s why the ladder was up on the pool. Casey explored chloroform and neck breaking as possible options, but ultimately she used the very thing that Caylee loved to do to accomplish her demise.  The duct tape was put on the baby as a ruse to a kidnapping scenario, an artifact of a lie that disintegrated along with “Zanny the Nanny”. The only thing that George and Cindy are guilty of is spoiling Casey and then incurring her jealousy which manifested in the wrath that was the weapon of murder used against an innocent little girl…little Caylee Anthony.

The strangeness that we feel when we regard this whole sickening thing is the intuitive knowledge that there is something strange going on when you know this woman, who was responsible for the care and safety of her child, failed this child and got away with it. I can tell you that intuitively I see that this thing isn’t over. Not by a long shot. She will pay in some other way in the form of vindication from the public in various and sundry ways or another miss step in much the same way O.J. Simpson slipped up later on down the road. After all, you can take the girl out of the country, but you cannot take the country out of the girl. As I type these words, there is already talk of other people – very much alive! – who are going after this woman for the effect that she has had and the damage she has wrought upon their lives. Every single victim of Casey Anthony 4.0 – you and me included – needs to come forward and make her pay for literally running them over while covering up the murder of her daughter.

The way the defense team partied after the verdict was a dance on Caylee’s grave. It sickened me, reminding me of an ancient scene when the social elite celebrate the death of an impoverished innocent that has died for simple entertainment. Then, to twist the knife, the defense team uses this little girl’s death to propagate their own political agendas by grandstanding their views on the death penalty at her expense. And, while my heart goes out to all victims in every way, shape and form, there is a place for everything and this was not the place or the time to use this child’s death for personal and political grandstanding. More than a few times it was made known that this defense worked pro bono and were underpaid. This may be true initially, but I find it hideous how these defense attorneys used this case to ultimately further their careers and agendas. They took a gamble and won. The proof is in their expressions when the verdict came down. If they were so righteous and pure of motive, they would not have been just as, if not moreso, surprised as we all were. The picture says a thousand words. Payment was made for their fame. It was paid for by Caylee Anthony when her mother took her life.

The jury, I feel, was overwhelmed and subconsciously suffering from Stockholm Syndrome, which teaches us that facing a defendant face to face with the jury is a big mistake.  The jury was obviously resentful at having their summer imposed upon by being selected for this particular jury duty from another county that has nothing to do with them or their jurisdiction. I feel that justice should be rendered from the county of the offense and not “hired out” by persons indifferent and unknown. The prosecution, I feel, could have charged her differently so as to avoid her taking advantage of the Double Jeopardy scenario. In this regard our public officials failed us. They asked a lot from people who are not qualified to judge. Who wants to judge another human and then ask for them to put them to death? “Put someone to death for killing someone? How dare our already corrupt government put any American citizen to such a task?” they ask themselves. While not my sentiment, I feel this is the vibration surrounding this whole situation. What better way to flip off the government than to dish up a cold piece of humble pie sprinkled with the bones of a dead child? Instead of looking at the mountain of evidence looming in front of them, they myopically focused on what was not there evidence wise. Boggles the rational mind, but if you have an axe to grind, it isn’t so far fetched.

Our justice system, while the best, is just not good enough and this case is proof of that. There needs to be some revamping of the rules and the guidelines and a fairness re-instilled by putting the blindfold back on Lady Justice. The truth will surface. We just need to be patient and wait for the Fat Lady to sing.

Posted on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 at 4:20 pm In Old News... | Comments RSS

2 Responses to “Casey Anthony 4.0 ~ The New Face of Murder”

  1. Jennifer Says:

    I agree 100% with everything you have said here. We all make soul agreements with those we are tied to, and we are all tied to each other, before we are even brought into this world. Scary to say, but we are even tied to this woman. This is an experience for us. How do we forgive such a thing. Everything in life happens for a reason. And we must learn the lessons in play. This is just one of many. When we cross over there is no hate there is no anger, only unconditional love. Everything is forgiven. Karmic debt is what we take through this life and into the next until we learn these lessons. I am grateful that I understand that everything happens for a reason and that I must learn from it. The only outcome of all of it can be love. If you cannot find love for this woman, then try to think about the child she was, or her daughter needing us to send forgiveness to her mother. It is difficult but it is what must be done.

  2. Leslie Says:

    Hi Jenn and thanks for your comments – they are very appreciated! I whole-heartedly agree with you! This is such a good time for this to happen, to remind us of how we are supposed to be regarding our fellow human “beans”. But…

    …yeah, there’s the “but”. It is so very hard for me – even as much as I try to be a loving and accepting person – to forgive her for trying to deceive the whole country and then getting away with the murder of a baby. My only consolation is that I know intuitively that she, possessing a criminal mind, will screw up again – just like OJ – and eventually be placed behind bars or even worse: mess with the wrong person and get her just deserts. The only thing about that is the worry I have that she will victimize another child. Which makes me cringe and shudder.

    I guess we can just use this whole fiasco as a learning experience and tweak the laws so that another child can be spared this kind of victimization. You are right. We need to lift up Caylee in prayer and may I suggest that we try not to give her mother any more of our energy.

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