Another “Who cares?” note:
The state attorney’s office formalized the three most-recent economic charges against Casey Anthony, mother of missing toddler Caylee Anthony, on Friday.
The charges stem from allegations that Anthony stole her friend’s checks and made several hundred dollars worth of purchases.
Anthony is not expected to be rearrested on these charges because she already turned herself in on the charges on Monday and bonded out of jail on Tuesday.
We should have known:
Well, George, the girl with the blank look in her eyes was obliging enough to even spell their last name for you.
The male protester says that he felt threatened by George.
Excuse me? Throwing rocks, chipping the Anthonys’ windows and putting a dent in the garage door? That shouldn’t be considered threatening by the Anthonys?
What’s wrong with these nuts? Don’t they know how stupid that they sound?
When the confrontation occurred, Casey rushed to call the police.
Her daughter goes missing for a month and she never called 911.
Somebody put this fool back in jail!
Casey’s 911 Call:
George’s shirt was grabbed and Cindy was pushed:
Initially, I thought that the little guy in the video was being stubborn and wouldn’t stand up.
(Sorry about that, little guy.)
It’s obvious, now, that his arm got shut in the door when his
big butt mother fell against it after being restrained from fighting with Cindy Anthony.
Instead of being concerned with her own kid writhing in the street in obvious pain, the protester continued to hurl curses at Cindy Anthony.
As they sped away to
“go to the hospital”, the protester shouted, “And that #@!&#@ is gonna pay for it.”
The little guy? He shouted to Cindy,
“I hope you die!”
Cindy Anthony had enough and actually went after the protester.
Cindy: “When Caylee comes home, you will go to hell.”
Late Saturday night, the Anthony family again squared off with protesters outside their home. “When Caylee comes home, you will go to hell,” Cindy Anthony told them.
“Your daughter is a killer,” shouted back an unidentified protester.
The protester and Cindy had to be physically restrained by loved ones. The exchange ended peacefully and was sparked when Cindy came out to put back some no trespassing signs.