More on the taped interrogations of Casey Anthony …
Innocent people do not lie, they do not have to. When lying becomes an art and turns into pathological lying with no regrets or remorse there is a problem. Another really disturbing fact was that Casey referred to Caylee in the past tense.
PHYLLIS: I wondered if this would be like a show of guilt in itself.
DIMOND: Let`s go out to Sergeant Scott Haines. He`s with the sheriff`s department in Florida there, Santa Rosa County.
What do you think about that, Sergeant? Did you pick up on that?
SGT. SCOTT HAINES, SHERIFF`S OFFICER, SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA: I actually did pick up on that count. And that`s a great point that she brought out. Any time that somebody refers to somebody as what they used to like to do, or anything in the past tense, investigators definitely pick up on that.
And that`s basically the subconscious coming out and saying things. There were a lot more things that she said in her interviews like that that she would catch herself when she said and she would try to change it.
In that same interview, she made a statement about, I would never harm my child, or I never dreamed I would harm my child or allow someone to hurt my child. She changed it. There`s all kinds of things throughout that entire interview that definitely, I`m sure, raised a lot of concerns and questions in those investigators` minds.
Nancy Grace Transcript for September 12, 2008 can be read HERE.
DIMOND: In 20 seconds, Bethany Marshall, psychoanalyst, is a woman who could do this also capable of killing someone?MARSHALL: Well, pathological lying is associated with extreme disregard for the rights of others. So yes, the two do correlate
When Casey Anthony makes the comment that she was more afraid of her mother, Cindy Anthony’s, reaction than she is to ever seeing her baby Caylee again we need to really know nothing more. No mother thinks this way.