Who Loves Caylee Anthony the Most, Cindy or Casey Anthony?

11 Nov

Two years ago, in November 2008, Cindy Anthony made comments to the media concerning a memorial service for Caylee Anthony.  Her comments may be found in print and video at the following links.

http://www.wesh.com/video/17960725/detail.html

http://www.wesh.com/news/17963877/detail.html

“No one loves that child more than me, my husband, my son and my daughter and we are the only ones who have a right to hold a memorial service for her and if we ever have you know the need to do that, we will do that with our choosing.”

“No one loves that child” – For Mrs. Anthony to be able to form this phrase about her missing granddaughter, Caylee Anthony, is staggering.  Mrs. Anthony does not say “I, my husband, my son, and my daughter love Caylee more than anyone”.  Mrs. Anthony states “no one loves” Caylee.  “That” distances Mrs. Anthony from “child”.  Mrs. Anthony pushes her granddaughter away with her words.  Mrs. Anthony attempts to persuade the media she and her family love Caylee more than anyone else in the world does, but her words do not convey that message.

“more than me” – “No one” loves Caylee more than Mrs. Anthony does.  Non-existent people love Caylee more than her grandmother does.

“my husband” – “No one” loves Caylee more than Mr. Anthony does.  Non-existent people love Caylee more than her grandfather does.

“my son” – “No one” loves Caylee more than Lee Anthony does.  Non-existent people love Caylee more than her uncle does.

“and my daughter” – “No one” loves Caylee more than Casey Anthony does.  Non-existent people love Caylee more than her mother does.

Order is important.  First on the list of those who Mrs. Anthony claims love Caylee most is Mrs. Anthony.  Next is her husband, then her son.  Last is Caylee’s mother.  Of the four family members, Casey Anthony loves Caylee the least.

“and we are the only ones” – Mrs. Anthony limits the following statement as applying “only” to herself, her husband, her son, and her daughter.  “Ones” is sensitive as indicated by “only”.

“who have a right” – Mrs. Anthony and her family members “have a right” which others do not have.

“to hold a memorial service for her” – “Only” Mrs. Anthony and her three family members have a “right to hold a memorial service” for Caylee.  No one else has this “right”.  Mrs. Anthony’s mother does not have this right.  George Anthony’s parents do not have this right.  The supporters of Casey Anthony do not have this right.  Mrs. Anthony has stated her reason for not being concerned over the welfare of her grandchild was because she was with her mother, suggesting Casey Anthony is the “only” one with rights over Caylee, yet here, Mrs. Anthony usurps the “right” of her daughter by claiming it also belongs to Mrs. Anthony and the other two family members.  The “only ones” who have a right are the “only ones” who loved Caylee less than “no one”.

“and if we ever have you know the need to do that” – “Ever have” indicates the need has not yet arrived.  “That” distances Mrs. Anthony from having a memorial service for her granddaughter, a language construction which would likely be used by anyone in a similar circumstance.  “The need” is sensitive as indicated by “you know”.  This is not a “need” Mrs. Anthony wishes to consider.  What would create the “need”?  The discovery of a non-living Caylee Anthony.

“we will do that with our choosing” – More distancing with “that”.  The memorial service will be chosen by “our”, the four family members.  It should be noted when the “need” arose, Casey Anthony’s “choosing” concerning the memorial service was ignored by Mrs. Anthony.

We have learned Cindy Anthony believes she loves Caylee Anthony more than Casey Anthony does.

We have learned Cindy Anthony believes of the immediate family members, Casey Anthony loves Caylee Anthony the least.

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23 Responses to “Who Loves Caylee Anthony the Most, Cindy or Casey Anthony?”

  1. Venice November 11, 2010 at 4:21 pm #

    The People of Florida love Caylee the most and WILL avenge her murder!

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:20 am #

      It’s not her family, that’s for sure.

  2. Brad 'shopping cart' Conway November 11, 2010 at 4:43 pm #

    I don’t think either one loved her. Caylee was an object and a weapon they used against aeach other. Their entire relationship with Caylee was giving her junk (who needs that many stuffed animals? Did she even play with them all??) not giving her love. I think she even had to get her own breakfast for God’s sake.

    Caylee had a tragic, short life. She was in the middle of a tug of war between two sick maniacs.

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:22 am #

      It’s hard to put their feelings for Caylee into perspective based on their behavior.

  3. cma blog November 11, 2010 at 5:00 pm #

    love is truth something they all lack

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:23 am #

      Yes, their relationships are built upon lies.

  4. midget48 November 11, 2010 at 5:19 pm #

    after following this case for more than 2 years, i have learned quite a bit about law, thanks to the Sunshine Law, psychology, thanks to casey, cindy, george and lee, and other players in this tragic case, and sadly, about the Evil that dwells in the hearts of the Anthonys. i have never experienced a case such as this, and pray i never will again.

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:24 am #

      It’s hard to believe the death of an innocent has brought fame and fortune to so many who deserve it so little.

  5. acmaadmin November 11, 2010 at 5:27 pm #

    I think Cindy loved Caylee as much as she loved Casey but Casey didn’t see it that way… I agree Cindy is finding ways to push Caylee away maybe to protect herself or protect Casey. Doesnt make it right though. Its one thing to support Casey its another to run around like a chicken telling everyone she is innocent or trying to get other people to help you prove a guilty person innocent. This family has issues there is never any emotion in their statements it always seems fake or played out, like a script…

    They could easily write Casey a letter and say ” Im sorry, we love you no matter what, we are always on your side but part of us believes you did this to hurt us” …… We all know the first thought they had was Casey killed Caylee but they are never going to admit it.

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:25 am #

      They sacrificed Caylee and her memory for a daughter who refuses to speak with them.

  6. acmaadmin November 11, 2010 at 5:37 pm #

    Its high profile Cases like this that also change our laws for the better, you never know what type of impact this case will have in law enforcement or the court, I have a feeling the way law enforcement deals with missing children will change and the way courts handle high profile cases We are already seeing other cases being completely sealed off from the public to protect the victim and defendant, this case was high profile the minute it hit the air waves and it took off and no one had control. Law enforcement and the FBI dont usually deal with missing child cases that arent reported for a month straight. The truth was right there in front of everyone no one could handle knowing Casey did this and would get away with it.

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:30 am #

      I do not believe sealing the records of high profile cases is correct.

      The higher the profile, the greater the need for public scrutiny.

      The reason this case is high profile is due to the avarice of the defense attorneys and other hanger-ons, including certain HLN show hosts.

      The law in regards to personal gain by defense attorneys needs to be changed. If Baez had not been able to broker his $250,000 pic scam, he would have disappeared from the case by month three.

      If LKB and Andrea Lyon and Cheney Mason were forced to pay taxes on the IRS perceived value of “free” advertising they gained by appearing on a multitude of national news shows, they would never have joined.

      The problem is not privacy, it is the trading of client and witness privacy for personal gain by others who did nothing to deserve such gain.

      • Nevada November 12, 2010 at 3:28 pm #

        Fabulous point, bullstopper. You’re quite eloquent in your responses to this thread. Love it. 🙂

      • Chiquita71 November 27, 2010 at 2:11 pm #

        Thank you. I enjoyed your response. The money made off of the death, murder of Caylee Marie is what needs to be changed. Yes. What you said. Thank you!

  7. diana November 11, 2010 at 6:56 pm #

    Cindy Anthony is a very very immature adult. The way she speaks just proves it. She also said that Casey loves Caylee more than she loves Casey. Huh? Who says that, besides a 5 year old? This womans thought process is so twisted it’s no wonder she raised a murderer.

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:32 am #

      Her thoughts are twisted and change to suit the moment.

  8. kathlb November 11, 2010 at 8:02 pm #

    I seem to remember that the wonderful Grandma listened for about a minute and a half on Casey’s wishes for her daughter’s burial. She wanted a stone and a place to visit. It was probably 5 minutes after that that Cindy was racing to the funeral home to set up the cremation.

    • bullstopper November 12, 2010 at 11:32 am #

      Maybe Cindy figured it didn’t really matter since she was going to claim later the body was not Caylee.

    • sydney November 12, 2010 at 2:15 pm #

      i wonder if cindy has had second thoughts about not burying caylee. imagine the “favorable” publicity that would have generated. i can see cindy contacting the media beforehand and alerting them to the fact that she was visiting caylee’s grave with george in tow. imagine the great photo op of them bringing flowers and shedding fake tears over caylee’s poor remains.

      i bet she’s kicking herself now.

  9. knight owl November 12, 2010 at 1:16 am #

    Is this a trick question? lol.

  10. knight owl November 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm #

    Hi Bullstopper, Thanks so much. It is always really good to see you too. Your post are fantastic.

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