Posts tagged ‘The Anthonys’

EquuSearch’s Tim Miller Exposes Leonard Padilla: “Look At How Much Money We Could Make, Tim…”

Notice that Leonard Padilla never accuses Tim Miller of lying on him. I am speechless. Not surprised, just speechless:

Cindy Anthony Speaks Out About Former Spokesman’s, Larry Garrison, Betrayal.

The Anthonys’ Former Spokesman, Larry Garrison, Dodges Questions About Network Payments For Anthony Interviews. And Others Say That Leonard Padilla Failed To Deliver On His Promises In The Search For Caylee.

I never understood why they had Larry Garrison as a spokesman, because he never helped the Anthonys with their bad publicity.

And everyone knows how I feel about Leonard Padilla. The less said about him, the better.

Mark Nejame, The Anthonys’ Attorney: “I’ve Been Very Suspicious Of Larry Garrison For Quite A While.”

Wow! The Anthonys’ attorney, Mark Nejame, accuses their former spokesman, Larry Garrison, of accepting money for interviews:

Anthonys Say That They Fired Their Spokesperson, Larry Garrison, For Taking Network Payments. Garrison Says That He Resigned.

How much do you want to bet that you’ll see Larry Garrison on Nancy Grace tonight? Hmmm?

You can find Larry Garrison’s statement after this one:

canthony_lgarrisonA spokesman for Cindy and George Anthony was fired after the family discovered he was making money from their national television appearances about the search for their granddaughter, Caylee Marie, an attorney said Wednesday afternoon.

Mark NeJame said the Anthonys let their California spokesman, Larry Garrison, go after finding out he got $6,500 as a licensing fee for family photographs.

Garrison, however, said he resigned “due to the erratic behavior” of the Anthony family.

The Anthonys’ daughter, Casey, is in Orange County Jail awaiting trial on first-degree murder and other charges. Prosecutors say Casey Anthony killed her Caylee, who has not been seen since June.

NeJame said Cindy and George Anthony were not aware of the payments, which NBC confirmed to the family after someone tipped NeJame to their existence.

Larry Garrison’s Statement:

Garrison, the spokesperson for the Anthony family, resigned Wednesday for what he calls erratic behavior by the Anthony family.

“Due to the erratic behavior over the last several months exhibited by The Anthony family, Larry Garrison is resigning as their spokesperson. It is my opinion that others have manipulated them into situations, that would not dignify the family. I can no longer be part of that behavior. I wish them all the peace and resolution they so deserve. The truth always comes out in the end, and in this case “The truth is better than the spin.” -Larry Garrison

The Anthony’s appointed Garrison as their spokesperson back in August to answer questions from the media.

George And Cindy Anthony Arrived At Leonard Padilla’s Search Scene And Things Got Ugly.

I’m pretty sure that the Anthonys were there to rake Padilla over the coals for being presumptuous enough to try and have a memorial service for little Caylee.

I, personally, feel like he really overstepped his bounds when he announced his plans for a memorial. Padilla’s ignorance knows no bounds.

Tim Miller: He Believes Caylee Anthony’s Remains Will Never Be Found. EquuSearch Will Suspend The Search For Caylee After Monday.

cayleepicTexas-based EquuSearch says after Monday, it’s suspending the search for the body of Caylee Anthony. Sunday about 800 people scoured parts of East Orange County looking for the missing girl but found nothing.

EquuSearch founder, Tim Miller, says he believes the girl’s remains will never be found. He told Channel 9 his donors and the families of other missing people have been pressuring him to end his massive search in Orlando and start helping others.

Miller also says EquuSearch is in debt. After the group’s two searches in Orlando, EquuSearch has spent more than $75,000 on equipment and staff.

The entire weekend turned out to be a disappointment. Not only were searchers unable to find Caylee, the turnout was much smaller than expected. Organizers had predicted up to 5,000 volunteers would show up for the weekend search, but only 1,500 showed up Saturday, and even less on Sunday.

Those that did show up Sunday had high hopes of finding Caylee’s body. Many hugged each other after a morning prayer led by Richard Grund, whose son at one time was engaged to the missing girl’s mother, the now jailed Casey Anthony.

Grund said that he considered Caylee family.

“I’m an old New York Italian. When I make you part of my family, you stay part of my family, so Caylee’s still part of my family.”

Throughout the weekend, the volunteers who came from all over the country continued to show a determination to help in the search for Caylee.

“I just think it’s time for closure for her family,” said searcher Lynda Parsons on Saturday. “I think it’s really time to find her.”

Searchers scoured several areas on the east side of Orlando. They walked through dense brush, fields, even water. But aside from clothing and some apparent animal bones, they found nothing to indicate they child’s remains were there.

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