If this wanna-be poignant vignette was the idea of the new publicist, then she needs to be fired, too.
There are too many glaring truths for anyone to feel sympathy for Casey. For Cindy and George, yes. For Casey, no. Sorry, but this little publicity stunt has, in fact, done nothing but backfired:
- Why would you want to remind us that Casey was super quick to call police about protesters at her family home, yet didn’t contact police about her daughter missing? If Cindy hadn’t reported it, no one would even know anything about Caylee going missing.
- Why do you want us to believe that Casey was upset at Caylee being gone and that’s why she had to sleep in her parent’s room? It’s much more likely that she couldn’t stand to be in her room, because she has a guilty conscience.
I could go on and on, but I won’t.