Body language wise whenever Caylee’s skull or bones were discussed, Casey could not bear to look at them. She turned her head to the side and looked down. She was frequently seen placing her knuckles up to her mouth and pressing as a means of self comforting.
As part of her punishment, do yu think Casey needs to be forced to look at those bones and skull and hair? Should she be forced to see what she left behind and look at all that was left of Caylee
If she closes her eyes, the prison authorities need to use a similar contraption seen above that was used in the classic film Clockwork Orange. so Casey would be forced to see exactly what she did to the beautiful little girl who meant no harm to anyone?
Should the images be used to wallpaper her prison cell or would she even care? Did is she just do this for the sake of the jury?
If Cindy or George plead for mercy or a lesser sentence for Casey, or if they do a song and dance and tell us how good she was as a child and how terrific a person she was, should they be placed in the same Clockwork Orange like contraption to finally allow them to open their eyes wide enough to finally see the truth about their daughter?
Of course I am being sarcastic here. My observation is that Casey and her parents have had thwir eyes closed for way too long.
In all seriousness, do hope the Prosecution team files something with the judge so that George and Cindy will be punished for lying on the stand. If the judge can punish a mentally defective woman for blurting something out and a 28 year old man who shot Jeff Ashton the bird, with jail time, he must do the same for George and Cindy. They did something worse. They lied on the stand. They need to be charged with Contempt of Court and be sentenced to jail.
And please don’t email me with words which say they have suffered enough losing a granddaughter and a daughter. After what we saw and heard from them on the stand, they are a good part of the reason that Casey is in the predicament she is in. Cindy over controlled Casey by insisting she keep a baby she never wanted and insisting she become a good mother, when Casey could never be a mother let alone a good one. George under controlled Casey by setting no limits and no boundaries. They both need to be held accountable for their actions like everyone else.