Casey Anthony Parents
September 14, 2011 by Post Team
Casey Anthony Parents, Dr. Phil launched its tenth season with the highly promoted, exclusive interview with George and Cindy Anthony, her first public appearance since their daughter Casey was acquitted of first degree murder.
Dr. Phil episode began proclaiming the story of Casey Anthony as “one of the greatest dramas to catch some attention of the nation,” and spoke of how the coverage of the case left him with more questions than answers. He is not alone. Casey Anthony was found guilty of lying to police, but beyond that, little is known about what actually happened.
Throughout the interview, Dr. Phil deftly tiptoed around Casey Anthony openly blamed for the death of her daughter Caylee in reference to her involvement in the disappearance of the girl as “whatever she did. ” At the end of Tuesday’s segment of the two parts of the interview, however, the opinion of Dr. Phil was less veiled. Cindy quickly said goodbye to the hypotheses of health disorders and schizophrenia after childbirth, saying they were desperate to reach her daughter an excuse for bad behavior. Casey Anthony also said he would not make an appearance on her show in the short term (read: always).
“I have not meet with Casey Anthony,” said Dr. Phil. “I have no interest in doing so. Personally, I think her actions have spoken louder than words.”
For her “actions”, Dr. Phil was referring to her behavior before, during and after the disappearance of her son in which Dr. Phil says he created a “litany” and “elaborate menagerie” of lies, and, among other things, participated in a hot body contest and had the words “Bella Vita” tattooed on her body. His mother, Cindy, tried to justify some of these behaviors. “For six months Caylee disappeared, I was devastated,” he said. “But then I socialize with friends and maybe once or twice a laugh at a joke? Yes, and if someone has been isolated in a photograph and pasted everywhere would be as guilty as Casey?”
But Dr. Phil is skeptical. “Cindy, who were not involved in death,” he said. “What I see is a woman who has taken the decision to go to a bar a few days somehow involved in the death and concealment of her son and I have a difficult time frame than in any other way.”
After listing a series of lies perpetrated by Casey Anthony – their jobs, their nanny, their friends, their activities, theft of gas and cash from her parents and established the UN’s role in the disappearance of her son – said bluntly, “There is a point where you have to put on your list of possibilities that these are the behaviors of a psychopath without scruples.”
For his part, George seemed safer to point the finger. He never came out and said he believes killed her daughter Casey (although the initial summary of the second part of the interview, airing Wednesday, suggests that it might), but he seemed willing to give credit where credit is due. “Well, last time I saw Caylee was Casey” he said. “For me, in my mind, that one and one add two. She is responsible for Caylee. That was her daughter.”
During Tuesday’s interview – which covers the time from birth to arrest Casey Caylee – Cindy said something that perhaps sums up how most of America feels about the mystery of Caylee Anthony. “I wanted to go to drown him or hit him and went there and I hit the bed as much as I could for my anger,” Cindy said of hearing for the first time that Caylee was missing. “All I wanted was answers for Caylee and we had nothing.”
Not yet. Probably never will. In the eyes of the law of Casey Anthony is innocent of the death of her daughter. It is certainly interesting to see the parents of one of the most hated people in America implying, if not supported, that her daughter is a psychopath convicted, lying, but the interview seems rather an opportunity for the Anthonys to do things of your chest, instead of cleaning the air.
What do you think PopWatchers? Are your answers seem honest and genuine? Is there anything I could possibly say to make you change your mind about Casey Anthony?
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