If You Missed it Over the Weekend … Could Zenaida Gonzalez have been Code for Caylee Anthony’s Remains Location & Not Just a Nanny’s Name?


If you missed this rather interesting and bizarre theory brought up over the weekend, we will repeat the premise of the post and link back to the original article.

Was the name of the nanny that Casey Anthony came up with also code to her brother Lee of where she put the remains of 2 year old Caylee Anthony? Believe it or not, the location where Caylee Anthony was found was right behind two plots of land off Hopespring Dr, 4701 and 4709, are presently lived in by one individual with the name Zenaida and the other Gonzales.

Was Zanny’s name really code for Caylee’s burial location?


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    32 Responses to “If You Missed it Over the Weekend … Could Zenaida Gonzalez have been Code for Caylee Anthony’s Remains Location & Not Just a Nanny’s Name?”

    1. Susan on January 12th, 2009 9:01 am

      It’s possible, but we also know that Casey got the name from an applicant wanting to rent an apartment at Wiregrass (?).

      That’s one good reason Lee should be arrested, along with Cindy and George, for obstruction of justice. They’ve all withheld information from the local authorities/FBI to protect a COLD BLOODED MURDERER!!!

    2. EURobert on January 12th, 2009 9:34 am

      Maybe ‘Daury’ is a location…

    3. ANewGirl on January 12th, 2009 9:45 am

      …..Still disturbed over the fact that the 2nd Autopsy was completed well over a week ago, and poor Caylee’s remains have not been put to rest.

      What the hell is that all about? We keep saying it—but WHO is going to be that child’s advocate??? Certainly Cindy & George have failed their Grandaughter yet AGAIN. Shame on them!

      Caylee Marie has had no choice, she has no voice!!


      - J4C

    4. Brenda in Virginia on January 12th, 2009 9:59 am

      Hi Susan..was Saw Grass Apts.

      EURobert…you are very, possibley correct. This trial and the information that comes out is going to blow alot of people’s minds I am certain. Probably more diabolical (sp?) than anything we have come up with to date.

      One thing I feel as to why Casey chose to do this is a “transferrence of anger” for her mother to her daughter. I mean…dopey Cindy claimed Casey “was her best friend.” Really? Is that why (as it was reported by Lee himself) that Cindy literally put her hands around Casey’s throat and choked her on that fatefull day/last day Caylee was seen alive?

      that would explain why Casey so easily claims to “love” Caylee while secretly hating her. Seems to be a way of life for that sadly disfuctional family.

    5. Susan on January 12th, 2009 10:14 am

      I’ve been wondering the same, ANewGirl. What’s up with the Anthony’s not laying little Caylee to rest?

      I can understand the family (if that’s what you wanna call “a family”) waiting until the second autopsy to prevent Caylee from having to been exhumed at a later date.

      You’d think just as soon as the second autopsy had been performed, the Anthony’s would have laid little Caylee to rest almost immediately.

      Not unless Caylee was buried in secrecy in hopes of preventing another media frenzy.

    6. BUN on January 12th, 2009 10:46 am

      Is it possible that the Anthonys are waiting until TONS of money pour in to put Caylee to rest, and maybe a little left over for Casey to get some more treats in jail.

    7. Susan on January 12th, 2009 11:06 am

      Thanks, Brenda :-)

      I knew it was something another “grass”…lol. Wiregrass is in south Alabama or LA (lower Alabama).

    8. Richard on January 12th, 2009 11:08 am

      This story from Miami hit the Internet about ten minutes ago. I shouldn’t think that it has any direct relevance to this case … but it’s as well to know of it.

      Man Who Found Caylee’s Remains Once Arrested On Kidnapping Charge
      Meter Reader Likely To Grant Network TV Interview

      POSTED: Sunday, January 11, 2009
      UPDATED: 9:15 pm EST January 11, 2009

      ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orange County utility worker who last month discovered the remains of Caylee Anthony in a wooded area near the girl’s grandparents’ home was arrested in the early 1990s on kidnapping charges, WKMG-TV reported.

      Roy Kronk, an Orange County water meter reader, found Caylee’s remains Dec. 11 off Suburban Drive, less than half a mile from the Hopespring Drive home of George and Cindy Anthony, where Caylee lived with her mother, Casey Anthony.

      Casey Anthony, 22, remains jailed on first-degree murder charges in her daughter’s death.

      Kronk said in a statement issued to WKMG that the kidnapping involved a domestic situation with a man who was living with his former girlfriend.

      “In the early 1990s, while on duty with the U.S. Coast Guard in Key West, Florida, I had a girlfriend who made the decision to discontinue her relationship with me and move to South Carolina to reside with another man. At some time after her departure, she called me and asked me to come to South Carolina and help her move away from that individual. I travelled to South Carolina to assist her. Upon my arrival in South Carolina, the man she was living with engaged me in a confrontation. As a result of that confrontation, I was arrested based on false allegations that I had kidnapped my former girlfriend. The matter was submitted to a grand jury in South Carolina. The grand jury determined that there was no probable cause to bring charges against me. In recognition of the falsity of these allegations, all records relating to this arrest were expunged by the South Carolina court.

      Roy Kronk
      WKMG-TV Image
      Roy Kronk found Caylee’s remains Dec. 11.
      “When I applied for employment by Orange County, since the records of this arrest had been expunged, I would have been within my rights to not disclose this incident. However, I chose to disclose this arrest and the expungement of the records because I had nothing to hide and have a personal policy of openness and honesty about events in my life,” the statement said.

      WKMG has confirmed that the information is included in the criminal background check conducted on Kronk prior to his hiring with Orange County.

      Meanwhile, Kronk will likely give a network television interview next week, although it’s not known if he will be paid a licensing fee for any videos or pictures he intends to sell, WKMG reported.

      Kronk’s attorney, David Evans, said Friday that it is likely his client will likely give the interview Monday or Tuesday. Evans would not say which network would conduct the interview. It’s customary for networks to pay expenses for its guests — which Evans said would happen — but he would not say if Kronk was being paid for the interview.

      “Roy Kronk lost his wife to cancer last year, and that battle brought him down to his last dime,” said Evans, who added that he would like to find a way to get his client some compensation.

      Kronk’s only comments since the discovery were made three weeks ago when he held a news conference and issued a brief statement.

      “Back in August of this year, I had previously reported to Crimeline and to the sheriff’s communications center that I had spotted something suspicious, a bag in the same area,” Kronk said in August. “I have been and will continue to cooperate fully with the ongoing investigation by the sheriff’s office and the FBI. I have provided detailed information to law enforcement but I respectfully decline at this time to get into the details of what I saw at the crime scene.”

      There are numerous conspiracy theories that have circulated about Kronk’s role in the case, and Evans said his client feels the time is right to set the record straight.

      Evans said he is preparing Kronk for all types of scrutiny.

      Sources tell WKMG that Kronk and Evans have been unwilling to sit down and answer any questions from Anthony’s defense team.

    9. Sharon Chicago on January 12th, 2009 12:14 pm

      #1 Susan…. but Casey during her conversation to Lee refer’s to Gonzalez family that lived right close to the Anthony home where Caylee was found…so I am thinking she sure could have invented the Zenieda Gonzalez name based on
      where she disposed Caylee at.

      Casey could have also noted Zeniada’s name at the apt. complex where her friends lived by stopping in the rental office and seeing it there and triggered her thoughts to bury Caylee by Zenieda & Gonzalez homes/street.

    10. HOPE on January 12th, 2009 12:56 pm

      Thank you, Richard…

      … and people wonder why one might hesitate to get involved.


      Again, Good Job, Red!

    11. pax on January 12th, 2009 1:05 pm

      And it gets wierder *jaw drops*

    12. Susan on January 12th, 2009 1:43 pm

      Sharon Chicago – You are right…I never really paid close attention to the taped jailhouse interview(s) between Lee and Casey or her parents. I didn’t know Casey was actually referring to the Anthony’s neighbors, the Gonzalez’s. Thanks for the info :-) It makes more sense now.

    13. Susan on January 12th, 2009 1:45 pm

      I meant “taped jailhouse conversations”, not “taped jailhouse interview(s)” :-(

    14. Brenda in Virginia on January 12th, 2009 1:51 pm

      i’ve been reading the local blogs from my “old stomping grounds” in Florida and what those who claim to know Kronk are saying is the x-boyfriend was angry and called police himself with his GF left him with Kronk. Would make alot of sense since the case was dropped for “lack of any evidence”. Local6 and Orlando Sentinal have reported the GF left Kronk for this guy and then called Kronk later begging for help to “get away” from new BF. Can you say soon to be x-bf was probably really mad and wanted back at Kronk for helping the lady…which is amazing enough because I’d tell her to rot where she was!!!

    15. ANewGirl on January 12th, 2009 1:51 pm

      #5- Susan…Yep…interesting now though that the Anthony’s want to stay out of the limelight after all this. Funny things guilt & shame can prove to be.

      Richard, thanks for that info on Kronk. My belief is that he was honest regarding this old incident. He appears to have nothing to hide as was detailed in the News report.

      ANTHONY’S!!!!!!!!! PLEASE PUT YOUR GRANDDAUGHTER TO REST ! Don’t even have the AUDACITY to ask any Judge or Jury for leniency for Casey, either! You are cruel, fickle and a complete mockery of what loving Grandparents should be !

      *** JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE ***


    16. Rusty Bridges on January 12th, 2009 2:24 pm

      I too felt that she was trying to speak in code especially with the close to home comment. Could it be she was hoping to get somebody to move the remains?

      This family has all sorts of secrets and strange ways of behaving. They are one f’d up bunch. The father of Caylee is dead? Is that supposed to be code too as in a way of saying we don’t talk about that secret?

    17. Rusty Bridges on January 12th, 2009 2:26 pm

      The father is dead? She has no idea who the father is yet she knows that he is dead.

    18. misskatie on January 12th, 2009 2:49 pm

      amen a new girl

    19. kim from nc on January 12th, 2009 6:31 pm

      wow this girl has such a criminal mind just because we can not wrap our minds around her way of thinking she knows she is sick and so does her family they all play mind games with every one like caylees alive the nanny thing the whole story everyone of the family members need to be brought down not one of them are for the justice in this case that poor baby

    20. yoyo muffintop on January 12th, 2009 11:38 pm

      Roy Kronk has been previously arrested for kidnapping and it went in front of a grand jury? Hahah.

      And now Roy “Kidnap” Kronk has his hand out looking to cash in. So much for all that sappy “hero” bullsh%t some were writing about a couple of weeks ago.

      The prosecution better have the forensics that points to premeditation, as their witness list is losing credibility and creating reasonable doubt as each day passes.

      Are there any “normal” people connected to this case?

    21. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 12:35 am

      Hee-Hee-Hee HoH HoH!


      You believe in Jackasses?

      There were no sickics… remember?

      Besides, how do you know it wasn’t his boss that gave us the tip? If Roy Kronk couldn’t get it done…?!?!???

      Pure speculation from the mouth of a fool!

    22. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 12:40 am

      And when I say fool… I don’t mean you. :)

      In my opinion, it’s a slam dunk on Casey… but, you’re entitled to your opinion. I was just going to say that maybe we should get some money together to bury Caylee. Why aren’t they burying her? I suppose you think that’s normal.

      Chao for Now…

    23. Janice on January 13th, 2009 12:58 am

      Hello, I believe that it was not kidnapping, but rape that roy Kronk was previously arrested for…

    24. brie. on January 13th, 2009 9:38 am

      All the charges were dropped and Roy was not guilty…always someone trying to cause trouble..he found Caylee and now he has to have an attorney and people are trying o rip up his life…he cannot collect any money because of his position and who he is employed with….

    25. scott on January 13th, 2009 12:57 pm

      yoyo – its too bad you don’t know anything about the legal system. He was completely EXONERATED from those charges as those charges were FLIMSY at best. Get a life.

      You don’t know a damn thing about the case. Their witness list is NOT losing credibility you loser! The police KNOW who did it. They have plenty of forensic evidence, including the decomposing body and hair matching Caylee in the car Casey was driving…the last person Caylee was seen alive with. They took boxes and boxes of evidence from the Anthony home on 3 occassions. They have enough circumstantial evidence to put her away anyways.

      She’s going down for Murder 1 doofus, care to put your wages up against mine? In Florida, all you have to do is show DEPRAVED INDIFFERNCE OF A CHILD…

      I highly doubt he would have appeared on GMA this morning without his lawyer if he had stuff to hide.

      Are you Lee’s boyfriend?

    26. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 2:01 pm


      Right on! It never fails… Yo Yo is always on the wrong side of the law. He’d rather believe a private investigator who recklessly performed a search of the area than a person who calls the police three times before, finally, taking a look for himself. And, Padilla, I just can’t believe some of the things he says… maybe he feels like he’s lost control over the media… but doesn’t he seem a little mad about Caylee being found?

    27. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 2:31 pm

      Scott #25:

      Laugh out LOUD! I agree with you… 100% :)

    28. yoyo muffintop on January 13th, 2009 4:10 pm

      ok Scott since you clearly believe you are “all knowing” why don’t you post the police report and the grand jury proceeding from Kidnap Kronk’s case file? Then after that please present us the “evidence” so far – since apparently only YOU, along with the prosecution and the police are the ones who know.

      btw – looks like you don’t have an issue with Mr Kronk collecting his “payday” this morning.
      Some would call that “Blood Money”.

      Mr Kronk, you just happened to be looking for shade? And that was the only shady place in the area? So, then you saw a small white object, correct? But you were not sure what it was? You did not direct LE to the exact spot when they arrived, correct? Even though you were concerned enough to call LE 3 times about what you found, you were not concerned enough to physically take LE to the object? Ok. So, when LE came to the scene, nothing was found, correct? LE did not see what you saw, correct? And there is a lot of brush and vegetation in that area, correct? So it may be hard to pick out one item at such a site? But, four months later, you just happened to do just that, correct? You just happened to have to urinate and just happened to go in the exact spot you had called LE about 4 months previous, correct? And you just happened to find exactly what you found 4 months prior, which LE could not, correct? Does that sound logical to you Mr Kronk? You are just a concerned citizen, correct Mr Kronk? Ok… And, you were charged with kidnapping in the past, correct Mr Kronk?

      See how reasonable doubt works?

    29. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 6:15 pm

      Yo Yo:

      It’s hard enough to get a past record into court when you’re the defendent, much less a witness. Besides, there is no record… remember? It was expunged. I think you have, truly, lost your mind!

      Why are you so consumed with jealousy? It gets old!

    30. yoyo muffintop on January 13th, 2009 6:49 pm

      #29 – can you get back on your meds please

    31. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 7:05 pm

      #30 – Tormentor!

    32. HOPE on January 13th, 2009 7:17 pm

      I’m sorry, Yo Yo. It’s just that you show up at the worst possible time. I think it’s your nature. Feel free to bash anyone you please. :( I know that’s in your nature and what you love best! We’ve been down this road many a times.

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