Casey Anthony … More Grand Theft Charges, Check Fraud & Forgery Charges … Also Grandparents Refuse Polygraph Tests
Casey Anthony faces more charges for grand theft, check fraud and forgery. The felony charges keep mounting against Casey Anthony. How soon will it be before Casey Anthony is arrested for more charges of check fraud? At this point Casey faces a potential of 50 years in jail. With the continued check fraud felony charges on the table, charges in the disappearance of Caylee Anthony and child endangerment are just gravy. Maybe all these other mounting charges will make Casey tell the police what happened to Caylee Anthony.
If Casey Anthony is capable of stealing money from her own parents and from her own 80 year old grandmother’s assisted living fund. Casey’s anti-social behavior certainly speak to her character and the capabilities of what she is capable of doing.
BETHANY MARSHALL, PSYCHOANALYST: Well, I mean, it speaks to a larger pattern of anti-social behavior, reckless disregard for the safety of self and others, failure to honor financial obligations…
MARK WILLIAMS, WNDB NEWSTALK 1150: Well, first off, those charges keep stacking up. Today, of course, we had those 10 charges, all felony charges, one count of grand theft, three counts of fraudulent use of personal identification, three counts of forgery by check, three counts of uttering a forged check — 50 years in the slammer she could get, Nancy, on these charges, if convicted. Arrest any time. Jose Baez, her attorney, says he wants to be notified when the sheriff`s office goes to arrest her because he`d rather…
NANCY GRACE: Bombshell tonight. In the last hours, even more criminal charges handed down against mom, Casey, 10 felony counts alleging multiple theft and fraud. It could land mom, Casey, 50 years behind bars. Charges piling up, arrest is imminent. Will she turn herself in? This as all formal searches are called off. Repeat, searches called off for little Caylee.Tonight, mom, Casey, still sits all day behind closed doors at her lawyer`s office, mulling a whopping $1.5 million offer for her story. And a Web site is in the works, a Web site to solicit money for mom, Casey`s, legal fund, not to fund a search for little Caylee. Tonight as mom, Casey`s, arrest is imminent, where is Caylee?
WILLIAMS: I agree, Nancy. I mean — and that`s the primary thing. And what`s interesting, as you pointed out, is that this Web site — another Web site`s being developed to pay for her defense fund instead of looking for little Caylee. What`s going on?GRACE: Now, I`m getting a lot of conflicting reports, Mark Williams. These press releases keep being issued every day, and they actually conflict. The other day, one of the press releases, the people representing the defense law firm, says they`re creating a Web site. They are creating a Web site to solicit our money to help mom, Casey, Anthony. All right. Now they`re saying, No, no, no, no, no. They don`t have — the defense doesn`t have anything to do with that. Well, who does?
Grandparents refuse to take polygraph tests
NANCY GRACE: Leonard, I`m a little stunned by something you just told me. Now, true, in the past I haven`t asked you the exact direct question to get this answer. I should know better, but please repeat for me what you just revealed regarding Cindy and George Anthony, the grandparents, being asked to give a polygraph.
LEONARD PADILLA, BOUNTY HUNTER, HELPED PUT CASEY ANTHONY BACK IN JAIL: We were sitting in the RV outside the house and FBI — well, first of all, the Child Protective Services guy — we didn`t know who he was, but afterwards we found out that`s who he was — went in the house and then subsequently three or four individuals including, according to Lee, the FBI went in the house and asked the family to take polygraphs — Cindy, the father, George, and Lee.
Lee came out and said that that`s what they had asked. He then immediately turned around and went back in and then about 20 minutes later he came back out and said no, we`re not going do that. We refused to take them.
And everybody commented on, well, you know, if you got nothing to hide, what`s the big deal? You know? The FBI is very proficient. A very good friend of mine, Jack Trimarco, from way back is a polygrapher.