Why Did George Anthony Pour 27 Bags of Concrete in his Backyard?

30 Nov

On August 5, 2009, George Anthony answered questions from prosecutor Jeff Ashton concerning the pouring of a concrete pad behind the Anthony house while Caylee Anthony was missing prior to the involvement of law enforcement

Mr. Anthony’s statements may be found beginning on page 215 at the following link:

http://www.thehinkymeter.com/Library/CMA/depos/ganthonydepo080509.pdf

Jeff Ashton: “Is that a project that had been planned for some time? In other words, had –“

The prosecution asks a question about the concrete pad George and Cindy poured in their backyard during the time period Caylee was missing, but not reported missing to law enforcement.

George Anthony: “Oh, my gosh. For years Cindy and I talked about extending our little walkway, our little patio, something like that. Right.”

Mr. Anthony avoids answering the question.  The answer sought is a “yes” or “no”.  Mr. Anthony answers with a jumble of words which veer everywhere but to “yes” or “no”.

“Oh, my gosh.” – Mr. Anthony buys time to think of an answer other than “yes” or “no”.

“For years Cindy and I talked about extending” – Mr. Anthony attempts to convey the impression the project was planned, but avoids lying outright by using the verb “talked”.  “Cindy and I” did not plan as Mr. Ashton asked, but “talked”.  Is talking the same as planning?  No, it is not.  Mr. Anthony has been talking to Mrs. Anthony “for years”, yet never have they extended.  Is this because Mrs. Anthony would not allow Mr. Anthony to extend prior to Caylee’s disappearance?  Did they talk, but not agree?

“our little walkway, our little patio” – Sensitivity to the area is shown by Mr. Anthony by describing the same area in two different ways.  First, it is “our little walkway”, then “our little patio”.  Is it a “walkway” or a “patio”?  Who is “our”?  We assume Mr. and Mrs. Anthony.  Something about “little” is also sensitive as the word is repeated twice.  Mr. Anthony is attempting to minimize the importance of the area by referring to it as “little”.

“something like that” – Something like what?  What is Mr. Anthony talking about?  Is it a walkway or a patio or a something else which is like a walkway or patio, but is not?  “That” distances Mr. Anthony from his claim of “little walkway” and “little patio” and talking for years.

“Right.” – Mr. Anthony agrees with his own statement.  Mr. Anthony is not sure his statement is factual, so he must review in his own mind, then assert his agreement with the words which flew from his mouth.  Usually, this indicates deception.

Jeff Ashton: “Did you actually pour a slab or just put in pavers or –“

Mr. Ashton seeks specifics of the project.

George Anthony: “No. I poured a slab. There’s 27 bags of cement or concrete back there. I did it all myself.”

“No.” – Mr. Ashton asked an open-ended question, yet Mr. Anthony responds “no”.  What is he answering “no” to?

“I poured a slab” – Mr. Anthony states “no”, then agrees he did pour “a slab” as Mr. Ashton asked.

“There’s 27 bags of cement or concrete back there.” – Did Mr. Anthony pour “27 bags of cement or concrete back there”?  He implies he did, but the wording is tricky.  Did he pour “cement or concrete”?  Either he does not know or he is sensitive about what he poured because he describes it with two different words.  We assume “back there” refers to the backyard, but we are not sure if Mr. Anthony means the patio or walkway in question or the backyard in general.

Jeff Ashton: “Four-inch slab?”

Mr. Ashton seeks additional detail.

George Anthony: “Oh, yeah. It’s pretty thick.”

Is it a “four-inch slab?  We cannot be sure because Mr. Anthony also describes it as “pretty thick”, which may or may not be four-inches.  The word “yeah” is not “yes” and should never be assumed to mean “yes”.

Jeff Ashton: “That’s a lot of cement.”

Mr. Ashton addresses the fact 27 bags of cement or concrete is not a small backyard project.  For a single individual to accomplish this task requires a fair amount of motivation.  What was Mr. Anthony’s motivation?  Simply to pour a concrete pad he and his wife had talked about for years, but never planned?

George Anthony: “Did it all myself. Yeah.”

Mr. Anthony is proud of his work, as he should be.  27 bags is a lot of work.

Jeff Ashton: “Again, the precise time when you were going to do that — let me rephrase this.  Had you prepared the site before that? In other words, dug out the grass, laid out the frame, that kind of thing?”

Mr. Ashton returns to the question of planning.  Was this project planned in any way prior to the disappearance of Caylee Anthony?

George Anthony: “Well, it was pretty much already dug out anyhow because all we had were some plants inside of it. We had some, like, lava-rock-type stuff, and it was just a matter of pulling the plants out, leveling that out, putting a little frame piece up and it didn’t
take any time at all.”

Mr. Anthony again avoids as answering the “yes” or “no” sought by the question.

“Well” – This word almost always indicates the following statement is deceptive and will not address the query specifically.

“it was pretty much already dug out anyhow” – The area was “dug out”, but not as part of the preparation Mr. Ashton asks about.  It was not completely dug up as indicated by “pretty much”, so Mr. Anthony had to dig out more.  “Already” indicates Mr. Anthony is sensitive to the exact time frame Mr. Ashton wishes to know about.

“because all we had were some plants inside of it” – Being already “dug out” is sensitive to Mr. Anthony who must supply a reason for the area being “already dug out”.  If someone had buried a small child in the area, then dug her out to move her, the area would also be “already dug out”.  “All we had” indicates there was more than the “all”.

“We had some, like, lava-rock-type stuff” – Mr. Anthony acknowledges he told a lie with “all we had” because he now names additional items which were “inside”.

“and it was just a matter of pulling the plants out” – The word “just” indicates there was more to the “matter” than “pulling the plants out”.

“leveling that out” – “That” distances Mr. Anthony from the “lava-rock-type stuff” or the site.

“putting a little frame piece up” – The size of the frame is sensitive to Mr. Anthony who describes it as “little”.  It seems unreasonable for the frame a four-inch slab consisting of 27 bags of concrete to be “little”.

“it didn’t take any time at all” – Mr. Anthony is sensitive about the length of time the project took to complete and minimizes it as “any time at all”.  Again, it seems unreasonable to state pouring 27 bags of concrete “didn’t take any time at all”.  It did take some time.  Even a single bag takes a significant amount of time to prepare and pour.  Mr. Anthony spent a significant amount of time pouring a concrete pad in his backyard while his daughter and his granddaugther were missing and his wife and son were frantically searching for them both.

Jeff Ashton: “Had you and Cindy specifically discussed the date you would do that, you know, prior to doing it, or was it just sort of: Okay. We’ve got time. Let’s do it now?”

Mr. Ashton returns to determining when this fairly large project was planned.

George Anthony: “With her just being off, with me being off, we just decided to do it. It just wasn’t a specific planned date or something like that. We just: Hey, let’s get it done, so –“

Mr. Anthony insists both he and his wife agreed to pour the concrete by using “we”.

“With her just being off, with me being off” – Both Mr. and Mrs. Anthony are “off”, which we assume refers to paid work.  Mr. Anthony did not have a job at the time as his first day at his new job was the day Caylee Anthony was reported missing to police.  Mrs. Anthony did have a job, but was off work, marking the coincidence of their being “off” as a specific point in time.

“we just decided to do it” – “Just” indicates this was not how it happened.  There was more to the decision to start and complete this project while they were both “off” even though Mr. Anthony earlier stated he did all the work himself, which would indicate Mrs. Anthony’s work schedule should not have affected the decision.

“It just wasn’t a specific planned date” – Again, “just” indicates this statement is a minimization of the truth.  They made a decision to complete the project while they were both off, yet Mr. Anthony claims it “wasn’t a specific planned date” even though we know Mrs. Anthony only had “specific planned” dates off work.

“or something like that” – It was not “something like” a “specific planned date”.  What was it like?  Why does Mr. Anthony distance himself from a planned date with “that”?  Mr. Anthony is stating the decision to pour the concrete was not determined by the specific date, meaning it was determined by some reason other than the date.  What was the other reason?  The initial burial site of a recently moved dead body which needed to be covered over prior to investigation?

“We just: Hey, let’s get it done, so –” – Yet another “just”.  This is not all of what they said to each other concerning pouring concrete in the backyard.

Jeff Ashton: “Where did you buy the concrete?”

George Anthony: “I think I got some at Lowe’s. As a matter of fact I got all of the bags at Lowe’s, on 436 by Pershing. I’m pretty positive.”

Mr. Anthony does not commit to an answer.  Mr. Anthony does dance around an answer.

“I think” – Mr. Anthony refuses to commit.

“As a matter of fact” – This almost always means the following statement is not “fact” because if it were, the speaker would not need to convince the listeners it is “fact” as such would be assumed.

“I got all of the bags at Lowe’s” – Mr. Anthony brings into question where he bought “all of the bags” by stating “all of the”.  Mr. Ashton would have assumed Mr. Anthony bought “all of the bags” at Lowe’s if Mr. Anthony had said “I bought the concrete at Lowe’s”.  But, Mr. Anthony distinguishes some bags from others by using the phrase “all of the”.  Mr. Anthony may not have bought all of the bags at Lowe’s.

“I’m pretty positive.” – Mr. Anthony’s “matter of fact” now becomes a matter of “pretty positive”, which is not a “fact”.  Mr. Anthony will not commit to his answer.

Jeff Ashton: “Okay. That’s the one –“

George Anthony: “Because they had a good deal on it, so we just went and got it.”

Mr. Anthony must justify the “matter of fact” by explaining why he bought “all of the bags” at Lowe’s.  This again brings doubt as to where Mr. Anthony bought “all of the bags”.

Jeff Ashton: “Okay. Any other changes back in the backyard during that period from the 16th through the –“

Mr. Ashton inquires about work on the backyard other than the concrete pad.

George Anthony: “No. I mean, around Caylee’s house I know Cindy — we had planted some — I think Cindy planted some flowers around there or something, but nothing out of the unusual. I mean, it’s — we always –“

“No” – If Mr. Anthony had stuck with this answer, his answer would have been strong.  However, he goes on to define his “no” cannot be trusted.

“I mean” – “No” means “no”, yet Mr. Anthony states he used the word to mean something other than it means.  Most people would define his use of “no” to mean something other than “no” as a lie.

“around Caylee’s house I know Cindy –” – Mr. Anthony is aware of something Mrs. Anthony did “around Caylee’s house”.  We are not sure what she did because Mr. Anthony stops himself from finishing the verbalization of his thought.

“we had planted some –” – Mr. Anthony changes his statement from Mrs. Anthony doing something “around Caylee’s house” by including himself in the planting of “some” unknown something with the use of “we”, but again stops himself from completing his statement.

“I think Cindy planted some flowers around there or something” – Mr. Anthony removes himself from the planting by changing to “I think”, which means he will not commit to Mr. Ashton his statement is the truth.  “Cindy” again acts alone to plant “flowers” or “something”.  What is “something”?  Is it additional plants?  Is it “something” to confuse cadaver dogs?  We do not know, but we do know it is not “flowers”.

“but nothing out of the unusual” – Normally, this phrase is spoken as “nothing out of the usual”, but Mr. Anthony interjects the word “unusual”.  Mrs. Anthony planted “something” “out of the unusual”.  In other words, Mrs. Anthony planted an unusual item around Caylee’s house.  What was the “unusual” item?

“I mean, it’s — we always –” – Mr. Anthony again changes what he means and goes back to “we”, even though he was speaking about Cindy Anthony.  This is a further indication the answers which directly preceded it are a deception.

Jeff Ashton: “Were any of them projects that Casey was supposed to be assisting her with, as far as you know?”

George Anthony: “No. I can’t remember Casey helping us out with any of that stuff. No.”

“No” is sensitive as it is stated twice, but weak because Mr. Anthony must state he “can’t remember”, which is yet another signal from Mr. Anthony he does not commit to his statements.  Mr. Anthony is lying, he knows he is lying, he knows Mr. Ashton and everyone who hears him knows he is lying, and he is so uncomfortable he keeps inserting rationalizations for his irrational claims.

“helping us out with any of that stuff” – Mr. Anthony stated Mrs. Anthony planted something unusual, but now states “us”.  Mr. Anthony distances himself from what Mrs. Anthony did and his own pouring of the concrete with “that stuff”.

We have learned Mr. Ashton considers the pouring of concrete in the Anthony backyard during the time period when Caylee Anthony was missing but not yet reported as such to law enforcement to be significant in the prosecution of Casey Anthony.  If Mr. Ashton did not find these actions to be significant, he would not have addressed them in the deposition.

We have learned Mr. Anthony does not want to answer any questions about the concrete pad even though he is proud to have poured the 27 bags of cement himself.

We have learned Mr. Anthony has knowledge of something unusual Mrs. Anthony planted around Caylee Anthony’s playhouse.

We have learned the pouring of the concrete pad and the planting of something unusual around the playhouse were the actions of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony with no participation in planning or execution by Casey Anthony.

 

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93 Responses to “Why Did George Anthony Pour 27 Bags of Concrete in his Backyard?”

  1. nums24 November 30, 2010 at 3:02 pm #

    Welcome back!

  2. Rachael November 30, 2010 at 3:31 pm #

    George really lied through his teeth there. Another interesting circumstance to consider during this time frame. Also, since George and cindy were both home during this time, they must have known something was amiss with caylee if casey was gone and left all of her clothes and toys there. they definitly know more than they lead us to believe

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 5:32 pm #

      Yes, they were both home and Cindy was going crazy and using Lee to try to find KC, but George is in the backyard pouring 27 bags of concrete in no time at all.

      If Cindy is all over Lee to hunt for KC, why does she let George pour a new concrete pad which had been on the wish list and never started for years and years?

  3. jon November 30, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

    I wish the authorities could just shoot this whole family up with truth serum and get them talking. My bet is that afterwards Princess Casey wouldn’t be the only one in solitary…….

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 5:33 pm #

      There is a lot of lying going on…

  4. offthecuff November 30, 2010 at 5:00 pm #

    “We have learned the pouring of the concrete pad and the planting of something unusual around the playhouse were the actions of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony with no participation in planning or execution by Casey Anthony.”

    Your perception here is very interesting. Just like the cleaning our of the car and slacks in the car. I can’t see Casey pouring concrete or cleaning out her car. Perhaps if she had, then no one would find Caylee or suspect Casey in any way. Who knows how long her lies would have “hidden” Caylee’s death from her parents if she reacted to her crime the way her parents did.

    I think George responds with a sigh, “Oh, my gosh,..planning for years and years..” to sound nonchalant, yet trustworthy, like they pour concrete, like pina coladas, all the time when they’re both off. He’s just the guy next door, open and honest, a buddy-buddy, who tells of his home and garden routines.

    Wouldn’t LE have dug up this concrete if they really had questions about it?

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 5:40 pm #

      My take on this is there is nothing under the concrete.

      However, I believe there was something which was removed prior to the concrete being poured.

      The cops know something was there by the reaction of the dogs, but the same reaction tells them it’s not worth digging up the pad.

      The cops don’t have questions. The dog handlers are experienced enough to know what is going on.

      KC borrowed a shovel and backed her car into the garage. George says the pad site was nothing but lava rocks and some plants… implying soft dirt. If KC buried Caylee in the back yard, would she do it where she had to dig up grass or where the earth was already soft and easy to dig and would appear less disturbed?

      All of the Ants attempted to have Caylee disappear a week earlier than she really did and would have gotten away with it if not for the videotape of Caylee visiting grandpa. We have seen in a past article Cindy lied repeatedly about not remembering the day or the videotape.

      Pushing Caylee’s disappearance and assumed date of death back by a week distances the event from the borrowing of the shovel and the pouring of the concrete pad.

      Isn’t if odd George suddenly remembered vivid details of the last day he saw Caylee after the video was found, but not before?

      • offthecuff November 30, 2010 at 8:38 pm #

        Yes, George seems to believe that having a sharp mind for details, such as # of cement bags, and exact store location (among many other details) somehow exonerates him from any association or associative guilt in this horrific crime.

        It’s like he’s saying, “you can count on me to tell the truth by way of a labyrinth of detail that has nothing to do with the importance at hand.

      • myra manes November 30, 2010 at 10:46 pm #

        Bravo once again, Bull ..
        Another outstanding article ..
        Thank you .. :)

        Are we allowed to swear here? LOL
        If we are, I have one thing to say ..
        The entire Anthony family are fucking liars!!
        There, I feel better .. :D

        I hope Cindy and George are charged end up in jail at the end of this circus side show ..
        Grrrrrrr ..

      • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:57 pm #

        And they lie for a variety of reasons, sometimes for what they think is best for KC, mostly for what they think is best for themselves.

        Makes it difficult to determine if this lie is about Caylee or about something else. But George did everything he could to change the topic.

    • Marlene August 12, 2011 at 1:31 pm #

      Why is it so hard to believe that these people had knowledge of or something to do with this case. The questions you should be asking yourself is:
      Who has knowledge of law enforcement practices and proceedures? GA
      Who lied (above), cleaned the car…washed and frebreezed everything..GA and CINA…..
      Casey’s friends were in her car during the time it supposely was used to move Caylee’s remains but NO one smelled anything…there was a dead squirrel caught up in the car and of course that would smell of decomp.
      I think the child was intially buried in the backyard and would have remained under the slab of new concrete/cement..if the investigation had not highlighted that area…hence the need to move.Casey was protrayed in court by the state as being extremely intelligent ..so much so she could only think to move the remains 250 yards from her house..REALLY? All the places in Florida it comes down to that area. Don’t let your small brains hurt actually THINKING about the facts all of them. Just because someone says it’s true doesn’t make it so.

  5. beachgirl November 30, 2010 at 8:33 pm #

    George has selective memory. He remembers exactly what clothes Casey and Caylee was wearing the last time he saw them leaving in June, yet can’t remember a major home improvement project details in July.
    No one in this family can tell the truth.
    I think Cindy and George began fabricating stories/scenarios after Caylee disappeared but none of the crap they made up made any sense because Casey created Zanny the Nanny and stuck to that fairy tale. That totally blew all there bullsh!t out of the water.
    Cindy actually made Casey look more guilty with all her lies.
    I hope they all rot in hell!
    Justice for Caylee!

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:24 pm #

      Yes, he knows exactly 27 bags, but has no idea which day he poured the cement and cannot be sure where it was purchased.

  6. beachgirl November 30, 2010 at 8:39 pm #

    IMO there is nothing under the concrete slab. But, I do believe something was found by Cindy and George in their backyard that caused them to go into a panic.
    George:”Hey Cindy, I’ll just haul 27 bags of concrete and fix this “little” problem”. No big deal. Just another normal day at the Anthony Asylum. All the while psycho Cindy has Wee Wee Lee running around Orlando in his tube socks frantically looking for his skank sister. This family takes dysfunctional to all new levels!

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:26 pm #

      I think this is the scenario. They found something which Cindy replanted then moved again… flowers or something… my guess being something… something George doesn’t want to tell us.

      But whatever it was caused George to need to cover the spot with four inches of concrete.

  7. Sun November 30, 2010 at 9:28 pm #

    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/59187345/Discovery-Pt-2-11022010 (page 189)

    Did George lie when he said he was off the first week of July? Page 189 is a copy of his timesheet, showing he turned in a total of 40 hrs for that week. Did he lie about pouring the concrete slab, during a week he said he was not working? Or is his timesheet a lie?

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:35 pm #

      Interesting. It does appear he had the previous week off.

      Why he was evasive about the time frame remains a mystery.

      George does not want to talk about the concrete.

  8. kathy November 30, 2010 at 9:33 pm #

    It’s about time George man’s up and starts telling the truth. The jury will be able to tell when George lies as he is not good at lying. If one family member starts telling the truth, it may safe Casey from lethal injection. Who does or did he love more; Caylee or his murdering, lying, whoring daughter Casey. He knows Casey buried “little” Caylee in the dirt. As for Cindy planting flowers near Caylee’s playhouse, she knew also.

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:37 pm #

      They both know something they don’t want anyone else to know.

      What puzzles me is the connection to Caylee. Did they try to cover something up or is this some other Anthony secret they don’t want anyone to know about?

      My tendency is to jump to the conclusion they want to conceal something about Caylee’s death, but they have a lot of secrets.

  9. getreal November 30, 2010 at 9:33 pm #

    Hi Bull, by passing the comments, I would just like to know if you have efer considered analyzing the statements {or whatever you do} of Diena Thompson,her first appearance and statement after Sommer went missing? And even her first couple of interviews were so off kilter it was unreal. Read what Eyes for Lyes has to say about it. Also, the interviews of Kaine Horman, who has kept info to himself, and really didn’t really speak the truth in his interviews. I really think that by “picking apart” everything in the Anthony interviews is just a matter of being your perception.I think this is just how George talks. Not everyone speaks in the same way. We all say things like, “as a matter of fact” or “really” or “to be honest”. And sometimes in the stream of a conversation, 2 people may overlap their words. Maybe 1 is trying to answer a question or thought and the other person may be already on to the next question or thought. Therefore, it may seem disjointed, but doesn’t have to mean a lie. I would love to read your take on the Diena Thompson interviews. I saw the first few, and they were extremely strange. I live in Clay Countyabout 6 miles from where Sommer lived. That is one of the reasons I am interested in this case. Also, there really isn’t anything going on in the Anthony case. Or, do you plan to “analyze” every statement that George and/or Cindy ever made? Just curious. BTW, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:48 pm #

      I plan to stick with the Anthony case until KC is convicted.

      I have no plans to branch out.

      Figures of speech are a lie we all agree upon as a society. There is no such thing as a figure of speech. There are accepted cultural meanings behind specific phrases, but those phrases were all birthed for the specific purpose of obscuring the truth. There are things we don’t like to say to each other, but we say them anyway in code. No one wants to tell another “I am lying to you”. But we all say “as a matter of fact”. We say it because we lied. It is a hard truth to accept about ourselves, but I hope the readers of my articles have applied the lessons to their own writing and speaking. Knowing why you use a phrase over and over will reveal things about yourself to yourself.

      If someone says to you “to be honest”, whatever they said before was a lie. Probably not a total lie, perhaps a lie of perspective. But there was deception, a purposeful attempt to deceive. If they begin a conversation with “honestly”, they acknowledge they sometimes lie, as we all do.

      When I write about George not finishing his thoughts, no one was talking over him. When he stops himself in the middle of a sentence, he stops himself, no one did it for him, it was his choice. When the next words contradict his previous words, he is lying.

      This is the busiest period ever in the case. Yesterday there was a hearing. Today, the discussions about the hearing and the final day to list experts. By the end of the week, the defense will tell us what their experts plan to testify about. By the end of the month, most motions will be filed and scheduled. The case will continue to pick up speed.

      My Thanksgiving was great. Hope yours was too.

    • Marlene August 12, 2011 at 2:23 pm #

      No one that tells the truth qualifies a longer answer than yes and no to some of these questions UNLESS there is a lie about to come out. The reason to give credibility to the “story” the “lie” so it can be viewed as truth. Just like when he was on the stand he looks down and then up to answer or looks up and then down to answer…classic indicators of a lier.

  10. getreal November 30, 2010 at 9:43 pm #

    Hi Kathy. I am wondering just what you mean that George needs to start telling the truth. Is he supposed to run down to the police station or wherever, and tell them.. what..? He testified for the Grand Jury. He will testify at Casey’s trial. So, when you say “it’s about time he man’s up and starts telling the truth” that means he should do it Now OR TOMORROW.Can you elaborate? Thanks.

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:51 pm #

      He can run to the police station or pick up the phone or call a press conference or write an essay, as long as he starts telling the truth.

      If his testimony was anything like his deposition, he lied.

      No need to put off to tomorrow what he could do today.

      Caylee is watching him. She knows her Papa Jo is lying. If not for himself or his daughter or his wife or his son, then for Caylee, the man needs to tell the truth, all the truth, and nothing but the truth.

  11. getreal November 30, 2010 at 9:53 pm #

    OffTheCuff, some men just are like that when it comes to talking to another man.. Maybe since George was formerly with law enforcement and a man who was getting up in age, he was being a bit of a braggart, thinking the detective or interviewer would be “impressed” that he did it himself. And I have personally seen small bags of concrete, for small jods, so do you know how large each bag was? I don’t. Sorry, I meant jobs, not jods.

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:52 pm #

      Enough bags to make the pad four inches thick.

      I don’t think these bags were the size of microwave popcorn sacks if that is what you are getting at.

      Small or large, 27 bags is not a quick or easy job and no one jumps into it on a whim.

    • offthecuff December 1, 2010 at 12:08 am #

      You’re right, getreal. Maybe George was just trying to impress. I certainly was impressed when he was open about the decomposition he smelled…before it became pizza. I wouldn’t mind having a neighbor like George. Quite the handyman and kept up with things, such as his vehicles. He has his problems though, namely his wife, but also his own backbone.

  12. jean November 30, 2010 at 9:56 pm #

    who the heck pours concrrete in the florida heat in july and what is the trick to curing it -poured it all by myself said george

    • bullstopper November 30, 2010 at 10:54 pm #

      He did pick the hottest time of the year, didn’t he?

      • beachgirl December 1, 2010 at 2:16 pm #

        Average temp in Orlando, Florda in July is 91.5

        Pretty hot for Georgette. Didn’t Cindy say the dogs could have hit on Georgie’s sweat…..good grief!

  13. getreal November 30, 2010 at 11:13 pm #

    I gon’t quite know what to yhink about your “Caylee is watching him” statement Bull. Come on now. And the truth is… “We know our daughter killed Caylee and threw her in the woods”… Even if he ran to the police station, or called them Now… what is supposed to happen? Casey has lawyes, there is a trial date set. Sure he can blurt all that out at trial but even if he told the whole world, it wouldn’t change the course of things now.If he lied to the Grand Jury, then he will pay the penalty no doubt. And little Caylee can do nothing but “watch”

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 12:57 am #

      Why does he have to be able to change things to give him the impetus to tell the truth?

      Why does George need to gain something for himself in order to tell the truth?

      He needs to tell the truth. He knows things. He does not think his daughter killed Caylee. He knows. He does not know in the sense he feels it deep down, he knows it in the sense he knows facts which he hides.

      It doesn’t matter if what he tells or shows the police changes the course of events. What matters is he tells the truth.

  14. getreal November 30, 2010 at 11:27 pm #

    Bull, I know the bags of concrete were not the size of popcorn bags. I think you may refuse to give me any credit for anything. I live less than 2 hours away from Orlando. And no, July is not nearly the hottest month of the year. Early July can be very comfortable. Could have been shade in the backyard. Also, George seems to enjoy yard work and seems to like a tan, Your explaination at 10:48 pm was really very lengthy.. I didn’t need that many words… just a couple would suffice. OR, no comment at all on that would have been fine. We disagree on that point about George lying, but that’s just how it is. Yes, I had a great Thanksgiving.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 1:00 am #

      I drove through Orlando yesterday, the next to last day in November. It was 85. I’m sure it is very cool and comfortable there in early July…

      Or no comment at all… exactly what I was thinking when I read your first one… yet here we are…

  15. getreal November 30, 2010 at 11:42 pm #

    For now Bull, with all due respect, per your comment at 10:37 pm. I think that you and most of your commenters think that George, Cindy and Lee all were involved in the killing of Caylee.OR,am I doing like you? Jumping to conclusions. I am not trying to argue..Why don’t you let me help you get this joint jumpin with some intelligent exchange of conversation. Not just one-sided comments. Or, is it your way or the highway so to speak? Oops, Iprobably didn’t need the “so to speak” comment, huh?

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 1:03 am #

      Not the killing, the disposal. Very few believe either Cindy or George is capable of outright murder.

      Something was in the backyard. Cindy did something weird in the backyard. George doesn’t want to talk about it.

      • Rachael December 1, 2010 at 9:52 am #

        thats what i gathered too.

    • Venice December 2, 2010 at 2:17 pm #

      I doubt you can get anything “jumpin”.

  16. getreal December 1, 2010 at 12:35 am #

    Bull, I am so happy that we as a society have learned to ” temper” our statements to others with phrases in “code as you say. I am sensing some Textbook meaning of “figure of speeh.” Maybe a pattern of speech would be better. Anyway, that wasn’t my point. If you have a fat wife, then more than likely she knows she’s fat. If she puts on a new dress, say a really beautiful dress, but it is a size 28, and she say’s honey, how do I look. Are you going to lie and say, you look like the fat cow that you are. You could leave out the cow part, but she will know what you mean.If you say, you look fine, she still knows you are lying. If you really want to be honest you could say… well, if you were a size 2, you would look look great.. but if you could get that wart on your nose removed, then you would look beautiful. This statement analysis business , in the hands of amateurs, really is junk science, so to speak. Yes, I know, I said it again. People say what they say, in the flow of conversation.It doesn’t mean that they are lying or have lied just because they say.. well, to be honest…or, as a matter of fact. For example, my husband makes a statement to me.. he is wrong about what he said, so instead of saying just no or you are wrong, I say,”no hon, as a matter of fact, such and such or blah blah blah” By saing as a matter of fact, then he knows that I can back my answer up with facts. Lets go back to your pretend fat wife for a minute. Suppose you have accepted the fact that she is fat and has the wart. Suppose she has dressed up before and only got the response of.. well, you look fine. Then she puts on this dress on it’s a size larger than a 28. She asks, how do I look? Now, this is really a beautiful dress and obscures the fact that she is fat, with a wart, and maybe she happened to develope a pimple.. And then you say, as a matter of fact, you look beautiful. She will not know if you lied all the other times or if you are lying this time. That is why I think those words really have no ominous meaning. IMO

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 1:12 am #

      Whew… needed some wordiness there, didja?

      If you say to your husband “as a matter of fact” it does not mean you can back anything up with fact. If you could, you wouldn’t need to reassure yourself you can. You aren’t convincing your husband. If you were, you wouldn’t need to announce you know facts, he would already know you speak truth. You are not comfortable with your statement being a fact. You are telling anyone listening you don’t really know, but would like to think you do.

      All words have meaning. Meaning is their only purpose.

  17. getreal December 1, 2010 at 1:30 am #

    Bull, please calm down.. George only has to tell what he knows for a fact, at trial, under oath in response to the questions he is asked both by the defense and the prosecution.If he is caught lying, he can be charged with perjury. That depends on whether the state wants to pursue charges. George nor Cindy have to bare their souls to us, the bloggers, the media etc. They have an attorney, and they have been told to stay out of the limelight. Isn’t that wgat everyone wanted? For the Anthony’s to shut their mouths, and stay out of the limelight and off the tv. It seems to me that the bloggers are getting pissed off because of it. When George didn’t show up at the hearing yesterday, well, stories and speculations ad assumptions abound. Go figure. George doesn’t owe anyone an explination, least of all us, and as for Caylee and what she sees or knows, I don’t know about after death things. If I had to guess, I don’t believe that God is cruel, and would not let Caylee “see” what is happening down here. Maybe you believe that. I don’t. Maybe you think that Somer Thompson or Zahra Baker or Kyron Hornman filled her in when they “arrived” I can only hope not.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 9:17 am #

      You continue to miss the point.

      It’s not about what George has to do, it’s about what George should do.

      George should tell the truth. I agree, he only needs to tell the facts. He knows facts he has not revealed.

      Did the attorney tell George to lie?

      Why does he need to be caught lying and prosecuted to get to the point where he will tell the truth?

      My statement about Caylee has nothing to do with religion. If George loved Caylee, she lives on in his heart. She is with him always. He cannot hide his actions from her. He will never be at peace with himself until he honors the memory of Caylee which is all he has left of her.

  18. getreal December 1, 2010 at 1:44 am #

    That was really funny Bull. Oh yes, I have to say as a matter of fact, or the fact is… because my husband is the most argumentative man that I know. We have had a long and reasonably happy marriage. He is mistaken about things about 90% of the time, so I do have to have the facts to back up what I say. And I am not reassuring myself of anything. I am telling him, politely that I have the facts. LOL And even then he wants to argue that I am wrong. I am quite certain that is a male thing. And the statement about me telling anyone listening that I don’t know but would like to think I do… Really Bull, that is very immature of you. It is really absurd. I think that is also a male thing.JMO

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 9:19 am #

      If he still wants to argue it out, does adding the phrase really help you at all?

  19. Karen December 1, 2010 at 2:18 am #

    Concrete comes in 80, 60 or 40 pound bags, though 40 pounders are not commonly used. Total weight of 27 bags of 60 pounds each is 1,620 pounds. Imagine going to Lowe’s, loading these onto a dolly, checking out, loading 1,620 pounds into a vehicle (that’s a lot of weight for 1 trip), unloading 1,620 pounds and hauling them around to the back yard. Doesn’t seem like a task one would take on at a whim. Personally, I would have called a cement truck unless I didn’t want someone in my backyard. I’ve mixed a couple of bags for footings, etc and it is a lot of work and time consuming.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 9:20 am #

      And George would have us believe it took no time at all.

    • Freida Ryder December 1, 2010 at 10:59 am #

      Remember George also has a bunch of disabilities and you are correct it’s not an easy task and a lot of weight. Must have had some great motivation to perform this and July in Florida I hear is VERY hot. Did he mix it by hand or rent a mixer? Long, hot, heavy procedure. Not on a whim.

  20. MCDSINFO December 1, 2010 at 2:32 am #

    OMG..getreal I knew you were a woman as soon as I started reading your responses to Bullstopper. Being a woman myself I have to say you must be going through the change or “something” because you are very defensive and bothered by the facts Bull speaks of. If you were educated you would know what he is refering to is text book. Please stop whinning,it is not becoming.
    As for the Anthony’s, I do live in the Central Florida area and July is hot, as is August. So why not May, June, hey…February is beautiful. Pouring a 4 inch concrete pad in your back yard when your grand daughter is missing is very suspect. The Anthony’s are covering up what their daughter did and they started their “dog and pony” show right after they report the smell in the car. They (both) had already smelled the decomposition in the car yet Cindy chose to call the police and report Casey stole the car and other things from her. Then she called again and asked where the police were as they had not shown up at the house yet. THEN on the third call she calls and says she smelled like there was a damn dead body in the call. This is proof positive they are covering up the murder of poor little Caylee. It has gone down hill from there. They will sell their mother, throw anyone under the bus and continue to lie their way through life. My only hope is Casey goes to the electric chair and somehow the police decide to charge Cindy and George with obsrtuction and anything else they can hang their hats on.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 9:27 am #

      And why take a week off to do it when you are low on money?

      • Rachael December 1, 2010 at 10:08 am #

        or the fact that their daughter stole thousands of money from them. and then they quite paying their mortgage too. So they were in trouble with money and george decides its time to spend a hefty chunk of change redoing the backyard.

  21. Katprint December 1, 2010 at 2:56 am #

    ” “There’s 27 bags of cement or concrete back there.” – Did Mr. Anthony pour “27 bags of cement or concrete back there”? He implies he did, but the wording is tricky. Did he pour “cement or concrete”? Either he does not know or he is sensitive about what he poured because he describes it with two different words.”

    In my opinion, George’s saying “cement or concrete” reflects a knowledge that cement is the dry powder which solidifies into concrete after being mixed with water. This reinforces his statement that HE poured the slab all by himself – not Casey, not Zanny the Imaginary Nanny, not Cindy – HE poured it thus he knows how he did it. A cement truck did not back up to their house and pump concrete slurry; George mixed cement into concrete and poured the slab himself.

    George says that he and Cindy had been talking about doing the concrete work “for years.” I suspect their talking consisted more of Cindy nagging George to do it, and the opportunities for nagging would have increased when she went on vacation and, not able to spend time with Caylee has she had planned, she was home all day with unemployed, not-doing-anything-else George. This may have become a sensitive subject for George.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 9:26 am #

      Good points here. I like your thoughts about the cement and concrete.

      We have similar thoughts about the talking, but I was thinking it was the other way. George wanted to spend money on a project Cindy found worthless, so for years she refused to let him do it. Something happened, like they found something in the backyard, and she quickly changed her mind.

  22. Sun December 1, 2010 at 12:05 pm #

    bullstopper, those timesheets for George are a bit tricky to figure out. Some ending dates contain typos. And, the last week of June, IIRC, George was paid from two different accounts so there were two different timesheets for that week. Note that George didn’t work on June 9 or June 24.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 1:04 pm #

      I agree, the time sheets are unclear. It will be interesting to see how the prosecution applies this info in court.

  23. Chester December 1, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    Bull, love your site. I find this subject fascinating. Your article made me recall something that was going on with George in this timeframe.

    In late June, he was negotiating for that new job, I think with Andrews. He sent an e-mail asking whether he was still being considered for the position, so was clearly anxious about getting the job. Then, he sends a later e-mail asking for additional time before starting the new job to help his wife out with some medical tests. As if it was some unforeseen circumstance. Now I wonder if he needed this time off, due to something Cindy found in the yard, in order to pour the concrete over it! It coincides with Cindy’s freakout on July 3, going to Disney, sending Lee to the bar. Did she find a grave?
    Maybe some of plants were yanked out and Cindy went to replant them, and found something. So very curious what could be found that one would jump to the conclusion something was wrong with your grandaughter. Unless maybe she could actually smell decomp then?

    • Chester December 1, 2010 at 12:40 pm #

      Meant to add, I don’t know if you’ve done an analysis of Cindy’s Jul 3 My Caylee is missing, but I read one done by Peter Hyatt. He says there are indications Cindy is talking about Caylee like she is dead.

      I’ll find those George/job e-mails if you are interested in the actual wording he uses. I think they were in the last doc dump.

      • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 1:06 pm #

        I did read Hyatt’s analysis. There are many, many different Cindy quotes which indicate she knew Caylee was dead and in the woods before December 2008.

  24. EliGrandma December 1, 2010 at 12:57 pm #

    Bickering aside, I really like this site and find it very informative.

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 1:08 pm #

      I don’t think of it as bickering. I think of it as a sensitivity indicator. The closer I get to the truth, the more uncomfortable and loud the opposition becomes.

    • Nancy in Nawlins' April 23, 2011 at 7:54 pm #

      I like this site too. My first time.

  25. Chester December 1, 2010 at 2:00 pm #

    I can’t find any references to concrete or cement in any of Cindy’s depos. I wonder why they didn’t ask her about this?

    Maybe they just figured she’d lie, and they already had plenty of time to correlate their stories. But it does seem pretty important. Or maybe not if they have no way of knowing what Cindy found/saw.

    • jon December 1, 2010 at 2:20 pm #

      she lies about everything, so maybe they figured they’d wait until she’s under oath. God, I really want to see Cindy and George sweat when they’re in the witness box at the trial. Cindy won’t be able to talk in circles then.

      On a lighter note, my first thought about the cement was that maybe ole George was pretending that Cindy was under it when he was pouring it!!!!

    • bullstopper December 1, 2010 at 3:05 pm #

      I was wondering about this too.

      Could be the concrete really is not important, at least not to prosecution because no evidence was found in the backyard.

      But an accurate timeline of events is critical to the state’s case. As we have seen in the comments to this article, George’s time sheet’s don’t seem to jive with his testimony. Ashton may have been attempting to nail down the exact time of the concrete pad pouring to compare to the documentation.

      Knocking holes in George’s version of events will destroy his credibility as to the last time he saw Caylee.

  26. GrammyT December 1, 2010 at 3:46 pm #

    I wonder what they found out back, buried in the soft dirt?

    The clothes/shoes Casey wore when she carried Caylee’s decomposing body? Something bloody? Something that they needed to keep “close to home” to guarantee no one ever discovered it?

    I believe they found something incriminating, which motivated this industrious chore.

    George, the ex-cop, found the most “concrete” way of hiding evidence and relayed it as a simple backyard make-over.

    Bullstopper: Thanks for the thoughtful analysis.

  27. offthecuff December 1, 2010 at 4:06 pm #

    Grammy, I am also curious. What could have been found by the Anthonys and then hidden with concrete? Wouldn’t it have been easier to merely replant or spread some more lava rocks. Surely Le would accept new garden plants and redecorating. Concrete is overboard. What a panic they must’ve been in.

    But why did Cindy call Lee off when he was searching for Casey around the 3rd?

  28. GrammyT December 1, 2010 at 5:14 pm #

    I can’t fathom the lengths this family has gone to in covering each others tracks. Nothing they say makes sense. They defy logic with their actions and words.

    From the onset of this nightmare, they chose to describe everything with phrases like “just like any other day”, or an “ordinary day”, regular and uneventful. They must have been trying to convince themselves, because nothing was ordinary and nobody with a lick of sense could relate to their definition of “ordinary”. Looking back, we now see that their lives were mired in chaos and denial and lies.

    Why are there people defending their criminal behavior?

  29. offthecuff December 1, 2010 at 5:23 pm #

    That’s what Bull is trying to point out: They’re not making a “lick of sense” with their idea of normal.

  30. getreal December 1, 2010 at 8:34 pm #

    Bull, re: your comment at 9:19 am… as a matter of fact it does. LOL

  31. getreal December 1, 2010 at 8:44 pm #

    MCDS… I can see nothing gets past you.. I said I was a woman, with an argumentative husband..And the comment about “text book”.. WE do not beed to see all this re- copied.I am not going to waste my time arguing about every little petty thing. I could not care less about your opinion, I really am trying to have an exchange with Bull.

    • bullriderrose December 1, 2010 at 11:01 pm #

      if you only want to have an exchange with bull, why do you keep commenting on others posts?

      • Venice December 2, 2010 at 4:08 pm #

        cuz she has no life!

    • Venice December 2, 2010 at 2:20 pm #

      you can sure DISH IT OUT, but can’t take it.

  32. getreal December 1, 2010 at 8:52 pm #

    Bull.. your comment at 9:27 am. I think Cindy took a week of “paid” vacation.. and maybe George took only a couple of days off. With their spending habits they really didn’t think of themselves as being “low on money”

  33. getreal December 1, 2010 at 8:57 pm #

    OffTheCuff… they are truly a very dysfunctional family.. no doubt about it.. I have never thought or said otherwise.

  34. getreal December 1, 2010 at 9:22 pm #

    Bull, as per your comment at 1:08 pm.. are you saying you still think I am one of the Anthony’s or a friend or that I am on the DT or a plant for the defense? And the remark about you “betting closer to the truth”.. the only truth I hear is that so far I hear a lot of maybe’s or maybe nots. But you are doing a great job, so keep on truckin. How many more weeks of “at home courses” do you need to be a real statement analyst? Or are you kinda like Marinade D..He was just a blogger one day.. now he is a “journalist”.. almost overnight. Amazing isn’t it. An internet “degree” is the fastest growing type of degree there is now.

  35. getreal December 1, 2010 at 9:48 pm #

    Gosh Bull, you keep missing my point.. your comment at 9:17 am on Dec. 1st. No, I don’t think his attorney told him to lie.. I don’t know what he advised him to do. Now, as to Caylee knowing what is in GRANDPA’S HEART, is a rather moot point now anyway.Has nothing to do with religion. George may forever feel guilty about certain thing, as will Cindy.. I just don’t think you or I or anyone else for that matter will ever know what is in George’s heart.Now, 5th sentence down.. “Why does he need to be caught” etc.. You almost seem to be saying that even that is all “thought out” for somme reason. Some things just can’t be analyzed Bull.

    • Venice December 2, 2010 at 4:07 pm #

      Nobody is missing your point!! You make no point here, but the point to belittle. Your misery is so transparent.

  36. cecelia December 2, 2010 at 9:05 am #

    “Oh my we’ve been planning this for years and years”
    (but bein’ the broke ass dogs we are couldn’t really afford it til we had to hide the grandollar decomp in the backyard)i was off she was off so we decided to do it? yah right.
    “if casey did it she had to have help” (cindy)

    george, george just WHY were you so sick the day of your fbi interview?

  37. Molly December 2, 2010 at 2:29 pm #

    There’s that date again, June 9th. hmmm, I wonder what happened that day.

  38. Jake December 12, 2010 at 6:49 pm #

    I don’t know that poor George intentionally answered in a particular, evasive way.

    I think poor George simply is unable to think in a straight line, from “a to z,” without going zig zag in his own head.

    That zig zagging in his own head might be why he looks like he wants to cry all the time. Or, maybe he wants to cry because he’s married to Cindy?

    • bullstopper December 13, 2010 at 12:21 pm #

      I believe he was deceptive and shows a pattern of deception in all of his communications with law enforcement and legal depositions.

  39. Dmitry December 14, 2010 at 12:41 pm #

    nice story…

    • bullstopper December 14, 2010 at 1:07 pm #

      You do not believe George poured concrete in his backyard?

  40. allaboutme January 1, 2011 at 3:16 pm #

    Bullstopper, props for your article on the Anthony’s unplanned concrete makeover of their yard…I’d tried to find mention of it before the transcripts were released, but no media article surfaced, & it seems extremely relevant to the degree of obstruction the Anthonys were/are willing to go as accessories-after-the-fact. No wonder George has been on “disability” since pouring that concrete…fraudulently disabled.

    • bullstopper January 1, 2011 at 3:36 pm #

      Think about the concrete, then think about Cindy saying KC could not have done it alone, she had to have help. She couldn’t pour a concrete pad on her own, could she?

  41. allaboutme January 1, 2011 at 3:30 pm #

    One note: I wonder if their dogs were distressed & “alerting” by digging in the walkway’s plant beds, causing Cindy & George (ever the eagle-eyes on pool ladders & gas cans)to pay attention to the dogs’ behavior & then find the “find” (whatever it was – perhaps Caylee’s shoes left behind, or as one media person speculated, “Momma Doll” clothes (who Caylee was never without, when alive)…prompting the MySpace “My Caylee is Missing” post from Cindy & the search ordered by Cindy & later aborted. It seems like Lee could’ve found her that night if he & Cindy had been more persistent.
    If I recall correctly, the Anthonys were preparing to declare bankruptcy, driven into it by Casey’s stealing & wild spending of their funds, so 1. they didn’t have the money for an “impromptu” backyard paving job on the order of 2 tons of concrete hand-poured; 2. with George just going off “disability/rehab”, I doubt he was “up” for heavy construction work like hauling loads of heavy cement/concrete, in 90+ degree heat & humidity; 3. George was due to start his new job & help them sustain themselves while filing bankruptcy, & emailed the new company to say how anxious he was to start, THEN did an aboutface & requested time off, FRAUDULENTLY CITING bogus medical tests for Cindy that had “come up” (Cindy was on vacation, ready to spend time with Caylee, & had no medical problems or tests at the time). All that put aside “on a whim” ?? I think not. Huge coverup – accessories-after-the-fact. No former cop drives a car smelling with the potent STENCH of human decomp, while his g/d & daughter are “missing” out of a towyard..they are the first to call 911 unless they’re covering something up.

  42. GinnyG January 2, 2011 at 3:11 pm #

    Does anyone think that with all the lies, derailments, obstructions, coverups, tampering, and calling in phony sightings of Caylee, that george, cindy, or lee will ever be charged with anything once casey’s case is over?

    Do you think that LE or the prosecution is also aware of all the things that we have seen in this case…you know, lies, and all?

    I sure hope they have to suffer the consequences of all they have done to hamper LE & for all their *misinformation, mistruths, & half truths*.

    How some people are blatantly allowed to color so far outside of the lines without suffering any consequences yet other people are forced to stay within the lines or be punished is beyond me.

    • Zoe February 14, 2011 at 3:03 am #

      I believe there will be criminal charges lodged against Cindy, George and possiby Lee (although Lee is said to have some immunity in place. Realistically, they will most likely receive probation unless the ancillary investigation shows legitimate and purposeful criminal activity.

      Rightly so…we are not privy to the contents of George’s Grand Jury testimony (10/08). Who wants to bet the farm his GJ testimony differs from his LE depos??? The SAO has had his GJ transcribed and in their possession for quite some time.
      Bull—I apologize for ranting about the
      Mission. I should not have utlized this forum. I
      was OT and reactive. I get angry when innocent persons are unfairly accused. It is defence desperation at its lowest form!
      Another great post….thank you!

  43. BEES KNEES March 26, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    Nicely done, bullstopper! Somehow I don’t remember seeing this before so I’m glad someone linked it in Niecey’s blog today. Thanks. You put a lot of work into this.

  44. Nancy in Nawlins' April 23, 2011 at 8:09 pm #

    This is the first I have heard of the concrete. Thanks for the info. I have always thought George was just caught up in the middle of a nightmare. Now, I do believe he may be involved in the cover-up. This is worse than Watergate! I agree the had to know at the tow yard that someone was dead. He even told LE when they got the car home and in the garage(closed door probably), George said he wasn’t sure when they opened the trunk if he was going to find Caylle or Casey. He knew. And if this story about the backyard discovery is true then they were already covering up before they found KC,right? But I am confused then why Sindy would call 911.Did she think there was a chance the baby was still alive? I’M SO CORNFUSED!!!

  45. Cindy June 3, 2011 at 8:30 pm #

    GEORGE ANTHONY DUMPED CAYLEE’S DECOMPOSING BODY ON WAY HOME FROM WHERE CAR WAS IMPOUNDED-because the BODY WAS IN THERE when the car was stored in the garage, the stink was there but THE BODY WAS NOT after George got the car home! THERE IS NO OTHER POSSIBILITY!
    MY SPECULATIONS, skip ‘reply’ message that comes right after THIS message, but see all others!

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pretribbersonly/message/17966

  46. kathy June 15, 2011 at 7:52 am #

    Does Mr.Ashton have a cold or does he always have to clear
    His voice when speaking? It makes him seem very nervous
    Or could it be acidreflex? It makes me nervous watching him

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