Casey Anthony … I HAVE NO REGRETS … Says Tot Mom of Caylee Anthony in Journal After Child Went Missing
What type of person writes “I have no regrets” after their child goes missing? Maybe a guilty one.
Five days after 2 year old Caylee Anthony went missing and was last seen, tot mom Casey Anthony wrote the following entry in her journal. Think this is not going to be a prosecution exhibit in the capital murder trial of Casey Anthony? What is that hisses sound? It’s the slow leak from the Casey Anthony Defense team tire.
“I have no regrets, just a bit worried,” Anthony wrote in a journal entry dated June 21. “I completely trust my own judgment I know that I made the right decision. I just hope that the end justifies the means.”
“This is the happiest that I have been in a very long time.”
What are the odds that today Casey Anthony regrets writing that she had no regrets in her journal?
There is an age old adage that states, do not write anything that you do not want to show up in court. Casey Anthony should have taken that advice. In the journal entry written after Caylee Anthony went missing, “I have no regrets,” may just be regretted after all by Casey Anthony, Jose Baez and the rest of the defense team. The information was released in the most recent 1000 page document dump.
To make matters worse for Casey Anthony, the docs show that many of the items found at the crime scene such as the duct tape have direct ties back to the home of Cindy and George Anthony of which docs pointed out “NO fingerprints were found on the duct tape belonging to George, Cindy or Lee Anthony”.
So if items found at the crime scene match items in the Anthony home, Zanny the Nanny has never been in the Anthony home and all members of Anthony family’s finger prints were not found on duct tape … Who does that leave left?
So Casey Anthony has no regrets days after Caylee Anthony was never seen from again. That’s convenient, as I hope she also has no regrets when a fury finds her guilty and puts her in prison for life or a well placed needle instead. Casey Anthony then went on to write that, I just hope that the end justifies the means.” Attorney Baez, try explaining that one away from a jury. Days after Caylee has disappeared and one would think that a mother would be in shock, searching desperately and worried about the life of their missing child, Casey Anthony writes … “This is the happiest that I have been in a very long time.”
Casey, thank you for your journal … We rest our case!