Casey Anthony Guilty of a Crime (Murdering Caylee) She Did not Commit Says Baez … Sam Sheppard … Richard Kimble …The Fugitive & a One Armed Man (Nanny)
Baez … is this the best you got? Is Jose Baez looking to defend a client or just make a name for himself? Baez … you are no F. Lee Bailey.
Wait there is a news break from the Casey Anthony defense team … Jose Baez and his band of Defense experts are looking for a “one armed nanny” ala Sam Sheppard, Richard Kimble and The Fugitive. Could the comments from defense attorney Jose Baez get any more insane? Could they possible make more of a reach? Baez should be ashamed of the mockery he has perpetrated in this case called a defense of a client. Surrounding himself with people of less than questionable character and making ignorant comments comparing Casey Anthony to Richard Kimble of Fugitive fame … the sad circus continues.
Sometimes the One Armed Strangers that we seek are right their in the mirror. (H/T Klaas)
However, in many cases the circus is not caused by the media, but by Jose Baez himself. Maybe Baez could explain to all that have followed this case why his client has not let Caylee Anthony be properly and respectfully buried? I hardly think that Sam Sheppard or Richard Kimble would have prevented their murdered wife from having the dignity of a burial.
One thing is for certain, it should never be forgotten by anyone who the Casey Anthony defense team was an the mockery of justice they have tried to perpetrate on the American public. Defending one’s client from getting a needle is one thing, out right lying and throwing BS against the wall is quite something different. These defense experts signed on to this case for the PR, and when it all goes down in flames … they should receive all the negative PR they deserve.
The next thing we know the Baez defense team will be describing Zenaida Gonzalez as a “bushy-haired” nanny. It would appear that the Casey Anthony defense team and Linda Kenney Baden in particular must have been staying up all night in their hotel room watching cable TV grasping at any movie or show that came on as a means of defending their client. However, it appears that Baden has not completely thought out her one armed defense as she has no specifics to offer when she appeared on the Today Show.
“Who’s the one-armed man?” Vieira asked.
“We can’t discuss specifically what our defense will be,” Baden replied. “We just ask everyone now to wait. She has the presumption of innocence, and we’ll see when we get to the trial what our strategy is. Everyone has to wait. You have to stop saying somebody is guilty, you have to stop saying people are bad. Stop the personal attacks. At the trial, you will find out.”
The insanity of the one armed “Manny” defense:
Casey Anthony’s attorneys on Friday compared her case to the 1960s TV show and movie “The Fugitive,” and said she cannot get a fair trial in Orlando because “it’s an unbearable place.”
Jose Baez and Linda Kenney Baden made the comments on the “Today” show, with Baden saying Anthony was similar to Dr. Richard Kimble, the character who was convicted of murder and went on the lam before being vindicated. “The Fugitive” was based on the murder trial of Sam Sheppard.
Kimble maintained that a one-armed man was responsible.
Could some one please replace attorney Jose Baez from the case before he makes a bigger farce out of the death of 2 year old Caylee Anthony. Caylee Anthony is dead, her mother Casey Anthony has been indicted on capital murder charges and will be on trial for her life or life in prison while her defense attorney makes ridiculous comments comparing his client to Sam Shepherd and the one armed man.
This would be funny if a two year old little girl, Caylee Anthony, was not deceased. For a month Caylee Anthony was missing and her mother never bothered to once notify authorities or her parents, Cindy and George Anthony, that Caylee was gone. Not until Casey was confronted by Cindy was a 911 call made telling authorities that Caylee was missing.
Sadly, the only comparison that Jose Baez wants to make between Casey Anthony and Sam Sheppard is that Baez wants to be make a name for himself ala F. Lee Bailey. It was this case that earned Bailey his reputation as a skilled defense attorney and was the first of many high-profile cases.
In 1954, Dr. Sam Sheppard was found guilty in the murder of his wife Marilyn. (The case was believed to be the inspiration for the Fugitive television series (1963–1967) and the 1993 movie.) F. Lee Bailey was hired by Sheppard’s brother Stephen Sheppard, at the time a resident of Rocky River, Ohio, to help in his brother’s appeal. In 1966, F. Lee Bailey successfully argued before the U.S. Supreme Court that Sheppard had been denied due process, winning a re-trial. A not-guilty verdict followed. This case established Bailey’s reputation as a skilled defense attorney and was the first of many high-profile cases.