Thursday, September 18, 2008
Just when you think things can't get worse at the Anthony house, they do. There was another altercation involving Cindy and George Anthony and the protesters outside their house early Thursday morning. George Anthony is demanding justice! How forkin' funny is that? During the rukus, a protester attempted to drag George off his property and Cindy came to his rescue wielding a baseball bat. You might think you were watching an episode of The Twilight Zone, or even bad reality TV, but you're not. It's on the morning news. All you have to do is tune in first thing for the latest antics at the Anthony home the night before.
If Casey was still in jail and her parents would stifle themselves, this level of crazy probably would not be happening. I think for the public safety, Casey's bond should be revoked.
Before this latest debacle, OCSO have been to the Anthony home over 40 times. The amount of time officers are spending on missing Caylee is affecting other cases before the court. What is sad is that the Anthony family has lost their focus. It's no longer on Caylee.
The 911 Call
A surreal moment in time. Casey Anthony calls 911. Who would have thought? donchias says, "She finally figured out how to dial 911."
Partial transcript of her second call:
Casey: "There are protesters still outside of our home. We already called about an hour and a half ago and it took officers 30 minutes to get here,"
"The protesters are now banging on our garage door and they've still been throwing things at our windows and our garage and now the media is here. My father is going outside and there is going to be a fight. So, please can you send people down here? There is now a physical altercation. You need to send vehicles immediately."
911: "It is getting physical?"
Casey: "Yes, it's getting physical right now."
911: "You see them physically fighting?"
Casey: "Yes, I see them physically fighting. We have surveillance."
911: "OK, do you know if there are any weapons?"
Casey: "I don't know if there are any weapons. I know that my father is outside and so is my mother. So, send as many people as you possible can." (Casey conveniently doesn’t mention that her mother is carrying a baseball bat.)
911: "And, who is this?"
Casey: "They need to be arrested because this can't keep happening. We already had six or seven officers out here for almost 45 minutes and they did not do anything. And they are the same punks that were out here all night throwing stuff at our house." (Notice how Casey avoided telling the 911 operator who she was. I think Casey would fall into that “punk” category herself.)
911: "OK, stay on the line with me.”
Casey: "I absolutely will, but they need to hurry up. They were…they just left not that long ago." (Gee Casey, you want LE to cooperate with you, but you won’t cooperate with them. Hummmm.)
911: "The police officers left?"
Casey: "The police officers just left at about 1 a.m. A media van just pulled up and that is when all of this started happening," Anthony said.
911: "About how many people are out there?"
Casey: "There are at least a dozen people and now two media vans. And there is actually more people walking in from across the street." (I watched the video and I can see where Casey does tend to embellish the facts. The six individuals on the video became over a dozen. donchais says, “Well, it is Casey’s version of the truth.”)
911: "How many people are actually involved in the altercation?"
Casey: "Channel 2 news has everything on tape already.
911: "How many people are involved in the altercation?"
Casey: "There are at least a dozen people. My mom is out there now spraying people with the hose. My father is…they are trying to get them off the property. They are also trespassing on our property." (In the video, it’s George, not Cindy.)
911: "Is it still happening?"
Casey: “They are still standing on the property. Yes, they are out there recording it."
911: "So, what about the physical altercation? Is it over?"
Casey: "It's already over, yes.”
911: "So, it is no longer physical?"
Casey: "It is no longer physical. But it was already physical. It's the protesters."
911: "Who are you?"
Casey: "I'm the resident. We have everything on tape, thanks to channel 2 and also our home surveillance." (Resident lunatic. Notice how she still avoided telling the 911 operator who she was.)
911: "Was there any weapons involved?"
Casey: "Not that I can see, no.” (Again, she avoids telling 911 her mother is carrying a baseball bat. I did not see a single protester with a weapon on the video.)
Case: "This needs to be taken care of immediately. Both of my parents were hit by the protesters." (A woman did grab George’s shirt. Cindy might have been pushed.)
Officers finally arrive at the Anthony home.
Watch WFTV video here and WESH video here, and tell us what you think of this latest episode of “Growing Up Anthony.”
Kitty Malone says, "Crazy...just crazy!!!" But it's ritanita who expresses what we all feel: "Wish we would get some real news! All this protester stuff is a waste."
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