When George was on the stand, Casey could barely look at him. We see her leak out anger towards her father when he is on the stand. Note the angry jaw jutted forward and tightness around her mouth area.
George discussed how he was in the delivery room when Caylee was born which to me speaks of a lack of boundaries within the family structure. Personally I think it is inappropriate and way too intimate an experience for a father to be in the delivery room. Even George knew it was in appropriate. That is why he made sure to say that there are some things you you don’t want to see that are embarrassing.
George was uncomfortable when had to discuss how there were several possibilities of who could have been Caylee’s biological father. He spoke about it so nonchalantly as though it did not matter which many would find and odd response.
This photo above appears to be very significant to me. When George said that having your daughter and granddaughter around was like a 20 on a scale of one to ten, Casey’s face literally dropped. She could no longer look at her father after her team’s attempt to throw him under the bus.
She hears that he did love both her and Caylee. She feels so uncomfortable that she looks away in detachment. Maybe she looks away because she doesn’t believe his words. Maybe she believes he loved Caylee and not her and that he was a detached father, which we learn he is through his testimony.
Casey kept looking away from George continually.
He had no clue who the father was and even didn’t’ ask if she was pregnant when he found out. It clearly shows how uninvolved he was . He reportedly only asked prior to delivery as to who the father was as opposed to asking when he immediately found out Casey was pregnant when he was told by Cindy and Casey. That is very odd. It shows how disconnected and detached he was in Casey’s life.