January 17, 2012 Comments Off on Casey Anthony’s psychological evaluations unsealed
Casey Anthony’s psychological evaluations unsealed
Explosive accounts of Casey’s life and her version of what happened to her daughter Caylee Marie were revealed when a judge unsealed two never-before-seen depositions from doctors who conducted psychological evaluations before her murder trial.
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January 13, 2012 Comments Off on Casey Anthony claimed she got pregnant while passed out, says psychiatrist
Casey Anthony claimed she got pregnant while passed out, says psychiatrist (CBS/AP) – ORLANDO, Fla. January 12, 2012 – Casey Anthony told a psychiatrist that she didn’t know who her daughter Caylee’s father was because she became pregnant after passing out at a party when she was 18, according to newly released depositions.
….Reading from his notes on a November 2010 interview with Anthony, psychiatrist Jeff Danzinger said, “Two beers, possibly given another drug. Woke up passed out…Don’t remember anything at a party, age 18. This is how she said she got pregnant.”
Danzinger, who interviewed Anthony five times over two years but did not testify at her trial, also reported that Anthony showed no evidence of mental illness and had normal results on a psychological test – a fact he found surprising.
“You would expect that would provoke some measure of distress, whether someone genuinely did it, whether someone was falsely accused,” Danziger said. “If my child was missing and I was in jail being accused of it, I probably wouldn’t eat and wouldn’t be cheerful and wouldn’t be able to read.”
January 12, 2012 Comments Off on Casey Anthony Says She Became Pregnant After Passing Out At Party
Casey Anthony Says She Became Pregnant After Passing Out At Party
MIKE SCHNEIDER 01/11/12 ORLANDO, Fla.
Casey Anthony told a psychiatrist that she became pregnant with her daughter, Caylee, after passing out at a party when she was 18 years old, according to depositions in which the doctor said tests gave no indication that Anthony was mentally ill as she faced her murder trial.
The 25-year-old Anthony was acquitted last July of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, in a trial that captured the nation’s attention. Anthony didn’t know who fathered Caylee, the psychiatrist, Jeff Danziger, recounted in a deposition that was unsealed by a Florida judge and released Wednesday. Danziger interviewed Anthony five times over two years but never testified at her murder trial.
“Two beers, possibly given another drug. Woke up passed out,” said Danziger, reading from notes he took during an interview with Anthony in November 2010. “Don’t remember anything at a party, age 18. This is how she said she got pregnant.”….
Anthony showed no evidence of mental illness and had normal results on a psychological test, Danziger said in the deposition. He described that as surprising, given her circumstances in the Orange County Jail as a suspect in her daughter’s slaying. Her temperament was calm, cooperative and pleasant, he said.
“You would expect that would provoke some measure of distress, whether someone genuinely did it, whether someone was falsely accused,” Danziger said. “If my child was missing and I was in jail being accused of it, I probably wouldn’t eat and wouldn’t be cheerful and wouldn’t be able to read.”….
Transcripts of the depositions had been sealed. But the Orlando Sentinel asked the court to make them public and Judge Belvin Perry agreed.
Casey Anthony: What Really Happened to Caylee, Healing the Unimaginable – Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control
December 12, 2011 Comments Off on Casey Anthony: What Really Happened to Caylee, Healing the Unimaginable – Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control
Healing the Unimaginable – Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control by Alison Miller
Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control is a practical, task-oriented, instructional manual designed to help therapists provide effective treatment for survivors of these most extreme forms of child abuse and mental manipulation.
Paperback: 978 1 85575 882 7
Published: October 2011
Publisher: Karnac Books http://karnac.styluspub.com/Books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=286428
A preview of this book is available at: http://books.google.com/books?id=7lSfkC4ErGEC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false
Casey Anthony: What REALLY Happened to Caylee and Why Truth Matters
by Wendy Murphy, Charles Whitfield, Barbara Whitfield – Muse House Press – September 2011
Description from the website: This is an exceptional book. In the most compelling and comprehensive account of this trial, the authors go below the surface to explore what really happened to Caylee. Wendy Murphy JD gives us a gripping analysis of the trial that captured a nation. Filled with facts that were never discussed at trial, this new book raises important questions about evidence the jurors never heard, and which has been hidden from the public. http://barbara-whitfield.blogspot.com/
From Chapter 7 of the book:
by Wendy Murphy JD – Was Evidence Placed “Under Seal” in the Case? http://musehousepress.com/CaseyAnthony_Chapter7_FOR%20DISTRIBUTION.pdf
October 3, 2011 Comments Off on child abuse, clergy abuse and ritual abuse newsletter
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The November child abuse, clergy abuse and ritual abuse newsletter is online at: http://ritualabuse.us/2011/10/issue-101-november-2011/
This issue contains information on Casey Anthony, West Memphis Three, Anthony Sowell, ICC Vatican Prosecution, Pope, Vatican, Clergy Abuse, North Carolina Eugenics Board Victims, Severe Punishment/Abuse, Polygamy, Jaycee Dugard, A Nation Betrayed – Carol Rutz, Ritual Abuse Conference Transcripts and Websites, U.S. medical experiments – Guatemala 1940s, Child Abuse Economic Connection
August 12, 2011 Comments Off on Agency: Casey Anthony failed to protect Caylee
Agency: Casey Anthony failed to protect Caylee
Fla. mother won’t face additional charges after report from Florida’s child welfare agency
By KELLI KENNEDY, MIKE SCHNEIDER
ORLANDO, Fla. — A report by Florida’s child welfare agency says Casey Anthony failed to protect her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, which ultimately resulted in the child’s death. But Anthony will not face additional charges as a result of Thursday’s report.
The Department of Children and Families closed out its investigations of Caylee’s death, noting Anthony failed to protect Caylee by not reporting her disappearance in 2008 for more than a month, and that failure interfered with the law enforcement investigation and efforts to find the child.
The agency also concluded that Caylee died as a result of abuse or neglect, but the report said the agency was unable to substantiate that the toddler had died from asphyxiation.
“The inactions by the mother were clearly failure to protect. As the child was found dead, obviously the failure to protect led to the death,” DCF spokesman Joe Follick said….
August 10, 2011 Comments Off on New poll: Florida voters back Caylee’s law 6 to 1
New poll: Florida voters back Caylee’s law 6 to 1
August 05, 2011 TALLAHASSEE
The latest poll of Florida voters from Quinnipiac University shows widespread support for “Caylee’s Law.”
The would-be law, proposed in Florida and several other states in the wake of Casey Anthony’s acquittal of her 2-year-old daughter’s murder, would make it a felony to fail to report a child’s disappearance….
The proposal could make Caylee’s Law a reality during the next legislative session in Tallahassee in the spring of 2012.
August 6, 2011 Comments Off on Casey Anthony trial – Child Abuse Connection?
WENDY J. MURPHY: Casey Anthony trial an exercise in absurdity
By Wendy J. Murphy GateHouse News Service
Jun 27, 2011
Recently dubbed the “Trial of the Century”, the prosecution of Florida mom Casey Anthony for the murder of her toddler daughter, Caylee, could more aptly be called the Trial of the Absurd. The prosecution seems desperate to prove Anthony’s innocence while the defense can’t manage a single reference to the evidence that actually proves Casey did not kill her child.
Casey knows more than she’s saying about who and why Caylee is dead, which is why she was offered immunity early on. The prosecution squeezed her very hard – even putting the death penalty on the table – but Casey resisted and the prosecution all but conceded defeat last week when they rested their case after presenting a woefully small pile of evidence.
….The prosecution’s case raised more questions than it answered, and it failed address the following important issues:
….3. In May and June of 08, when Caylee was sleeping with Casey at a friend’s apartment, Casey got a phone call in the middle of the night, in response to which, she roused Caylee from sleep and delivered her to some unknown location. Then she returned to her friend’s apartment and went to sleep. Casey also delivered Caylee to unknown locations on other occasions when she claimed to be bringing Caylee to a “nanny.” Where did she bring her? Why?
4. Why is the docket sheet in the case under seal? It would show what motions were filed to “seal” certain evidence. It would also show that the case has been designated a sex crime prosecution – which is important given that a sex crimes detective was involved in the early stages of the investigation. Why?
5. Casey searched the internet to learn how to make chloroform; a substance commonly used to sedate children in the making of child porn. The public thinks Casey used chloroform to kill her child, but the drug is popular among parents who pimp their kids because it’s cheap and it causes amnesia so that victims can’t remember being abused.
Pimping kids is dangerous business and Casey apparently made someone very angry. Maybe she cut out an earlier “business” partner or ripped someone off. A “Zenaida Gonzales” reported her laptop stolen in early June.
The distortion of truth in this strange case will lead to Casey’s acquittal, which begs the real question: will the prosecution then have the guts, and the political will, to file new charges against Casey for what she REALLY did to that poor little girl.
WENDY MURPHY: Why Casey Anthony will be acquitted
GateHouse News Service
Jun 09, 2011
There has never been a more reviled criminal defendant than Casey Anthony, the Florida mom on trial for murdering her nearly 3-year-old daughter, Caylee, in 2008. Casey behaved like a raving psychopath after her child went missing. She went out partying, didn’t shed a tear, and got a tattoo that read “beautiful life.”
Her lawyer claims she acted weird because she was sexually abused as a child.
Maybe she was, which would help explain evidence uncovered during the murder investigation that showed Casey may have been working as a prostitute at the time Caylee was killed. Studies show that well over 90 percent of prostituted women were sexually abused as children.