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Casey Anthony on Trial: Cindy Anthony Still Doesn't Believe Caylee is Dead
Followers of the Casey Anthony case have had some serious reading to do: Discovery documents, depositions, journal entries, Myspace blogs, cell phone texts, jailhouse interviews and letters from friends and family members.
I'd consider myself a serious follower of the Casey Anthony case; I've been reading and writing about it since June 2008. I thought I read every document and letter relevant to the case, but somehow, one letter slipped past my radar.
I recently read this letter, written by Cindy Anthony, in July 2010. In the letter written to Casey Anthony, Cindy says:
"I have never given up on you. I see your strength and commitment to fight for your freedom and for Caylee. When Spring comes and your trial is over we will find her together. I continue to seek her and continue to have hope that we will are be reunited soon."
Excerpt From Cindy Anthony's Letter
What Does It Mean?
Does Cindy Anthony actually believe that Caylee Anthony is still lost out there, waiting to be found?
Caylee Anthony's remains were discovered in December 2008; this letter was written in July 2010. Has Cindy Anthony carried on for the past 2 1/2 years with the belief that Caylee Anthony is alive? If she accepts the fact that Caylee is no longer with us, what does Cindy mean by "find her together?" Caylee's remains were found. She said she continues to "seek" Caylee, and she hopes they'll all be "reunited soon."
What does this mean?
If she doesn't believe the child is dead, this is very troubling -- Cindy Anthony needs help. Worse, though, if she accepts the death of Caylee, this letter could be a subtle reference to a suicide pact.
How do you interpret this letter?
Who Is Cindy Anthony?
- Inconsistencies Raise Concerns Anthony's Are Liars
Outrageous statements; inconsistencies; history of calls made to 9-1-1 since 2003.
- George and Cindy Anthony on Larry King Live
Cindy Anthony attempts to control attorney Brad Conway; strange Larry King interview; peculiar behavior.
- Statement Analysis: Cindy Anthony's Myspace Entry
Interesting analysis of Cindy Anthony.