Friday, December 19, 2008

Human Remains Identifies as Caylee Anthony's

After a tumultuous few months of unanswered questions the case of the missing 3 year old, Caylee Anthony, is finally concluded. The skeletal remains found about a 3 minute walk from the Anthony home have been positively identifies as those of little Caylee. The utility worker who made the discovery had previously in July and August tried to direct Sheriffs Deputies to the site without result. December has proven a more decisive month now that the remains have been recovered and identified by forensic examination.

The two remaining questions at large are; 1) who is the person directly responsible for the loss of life, and 2) how did this utility worker seem to know where the body would be from as far back as July, when Caylee first was reported missing. Police are currently following up on both questions and hope to reach a conclusion as soon as possible as the child is finally laid to a proper resting place.

The childs mother, Casey Anthony, still has nothing to say to police in this matter.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Shoes Thrown at President Bush in Iraq

A surprise visit by US President George Bush to Iraq has been overshadowed by an incident in which two shoes were thrown at him during a news conference.

An Iraqi journalist was wrestled to the floor by security guards after he called Mr Bush "a dog" and threw his footwear, just missing the president.

The soles of shoes are considered the ultimate insult in Arab culture.

During the trip, Mr Bush and Iraqi PM Nouri Maliki signed the new security agreement between their countries.

The pact calls for US troops to leave Iraq in 2011 - eight years after the 2003 invasion that has in part defined the Bush presidency.

Speaking just over five weeks before he hands over power to Barack Obama, Mr Bush also said the war in Iraq was not over and more work remained to be done.

His previously unannounced visit came a day after US Defence Secretary Robert Gates told US troops the Iraq mission was in its "endgame".

'Size 10'

In the middle of the news conference with Mr Maliki, a reporter stood up and shouted "this is a goodbye kiss from the Iraqi people, dog," before hurtling his shoes at Mr Bush, narrowly missing him. BBC News-Middle East Bureau

Friday, December 12, 2008

What is a Sick Love Triangle? My Theory, See if I'm Right!

he: honey, I really want to be with you.

she: I love you and want to be with you too.

he: I have a problem though.

she: what is that? I can fix it for us.

he: I'm not ready for a ready made family. I don't know if
I want to be an instant father.

she: I don't understand. She really likes you a lot!

he: I'm sorry. It just won't work.

she: Don't say that! I'll find a way to make it work so we can be together.

he: I have to get going. Goodbye.

A short few days later.

he: Hello?

she: Sweetheart? It's me. I've taken care of everything and we can be together like we wanted to be. She won't be a problem because she isn't here anymore.

he: What do you mean "she isn't a problem anymore?". No. wait! I don't want to know what you did. Don't call me anymore or make any contact with me. I can't be involved in whatever you did, I'm a police officer.

Hangs up!

The story unfolds .........


"Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary said investigators searched the home early today after the medical examiner found "some clues that came out of the remains" that "linked it to the house." He would not say what clues were found."(1)

Those are the headlines and news reports coming out of Orange County, Florida today as the sheriffs office continues to sift through the mounting recovered evidence found at the now visible scene of the where a young child was 'dumped'. The physical remains included a child's skull and 'other' evidence that warranted the sheriffs department to immediately seek a search warrant for the home of Casey Anthony, Caylee's mother. The sheriffs department is not at the present time disposed to reveal the other evidence recovered in order to maintain the privacy of the case until it goes to trial.

Casey Anthony's parents returned home from California today to the news that remains had been found of a young child in a nearby wooded lot by a meter reader. They had been in California pursuing a tip that Caylee may have been seen there.

Casey Anthony, in jail for other charges pending against her, became physically shaken when she was told of the discovery and needed to be sedated.

(1) With thanks and credit to: TAMARA LUSH • Associated Press • December 12, 2008

Thursday, December 11, 2008


While cutting through an abandoned lot performing some routine work a utility employee spotted what appeared to be a plastic wrapped bundle laying in a wooded lot less than 1 1/2 miles from the little girls home. The utility employee went to pick up the plastic bundle to examine it and a small human skull fell from the bundle. Another person on the scene notified 911 while the utility worker watched the crime scene waiting for police. A member of EquuSearch — one of the volunteer groups — said they did not check the wooded lot at the edge of the outlying suburb in early September because it was submerged from heavy rains. When they returned in November, the site had been fenced off. Upon examination of the wrapped bundle it was determined to be decomposed human remains. Police investigators confirmed that the remains were that of a child, about the same size as Caylee Anthony, missing since June 16, 2008.

Her mother, Casey Anthony, reported she had left Caylee with an unknown babysitter who was later determined to be non-existent, and reported her missing in July! DNA and other Forensic testing will be performed to identify the remains and possibly formally charge her mother in the death and disposal of her daughter. Proper identification of a child's remains is more difficult than that of an adult unless they know who the family members are. Casey Anthony has been, to say the least, extremely non-helpful to police investigating the disappearance of her daughter.

The recovery of the remains of Caylee would be the last link in the puzzle of her disappearance and the cause(s) of it! A Forensic police dog identified the scent of a human cadaver in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car as well as some physical evidence, traces of chloroform and human hair, that may be able to be pieced together if this is Caylee's body and bring this case to a proper conclusion.

This story will be continuing as more information is released!

My personal opinion, since this is a local issue, is that the mother should have been spirited off to Guantanamo to be water-boarded to find out where she put Caylee's body so she could get a proper burial! I'll be on that jury without complaint. It's just my personal opinion.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Governor Rod Blagojevich, May You Rest in Prison

Huffington Post's Sam Stein: The arrest this morning of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has sparked intense discussion in the political universe over how great a taint his ethical follies will have both on the next Illinois Senator and Barack Obama. The governor, accused of seeking cash for the political appointment of Obama's Senate replacement, is not a close associate of the President-elect. Indeed, in the affidavit, Blagojevich called Obama a "motherfu**er" for wanting him to appoint an official that the governor either did not like or wouldn't receive money from.

This is what I heard at work this morning from, of course, a hard-line Republican associate who couldn't wait to say that this involves Obama. WHAT!? How does this involve Barack Obama? It doesn't! The Governor of Illinois, like many of his fellow Illinois politicians throughout history, was corrupt as sh*t! He wanted to take bids to see who could high-bid the senatorial seat vacated by Barack Obama. This decision, of course, is mandated by law where as the Governor shall see fit to replace a vacated congressional seat from their state until such a time where an election can put a permanent candidate into that seat. The FBI moved on Gov. Blagojevich this morning after accruing a stockpile of evidence against him including many taped conversations!

All I can say about this is that Gov. Rod has 'big stones', which we all know that when you go to prison they have a habit of turning big stones into little ones! Rod, can you say "prison bit*h"? No? You will soon enough. You deserve it!

I'd like to Thank the Huffington Post for the partial use of their story.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Sarah Palin - Persona Non Grata?

Sarah! Sarah! Where for art tho Sarah? I know one place she isn't. Alaska! The folks up in the winter wonderland state are a bit peeved at their Governor because since she lost in the general election it seems the only time she has spent in the Governors Office was for the publicity photographs of her return to Alaska. Last report I heard was that she is stumping around Georgia campaigning for incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss on the eve of the runoff election there. Alaskans are still asking, "Where is our Governor? There's work that needs to be done!".

According to the Huffington Post the following issues are on the front burner in Alaska right now that the legislature and executive office need to address. They are:

* Oil prices have dropped dramatically to about $45/bbl from the peak of $144/bbl in July, which threatens the state budget.

* Alaskans are paying some of the highest prices for gas in the nation, averaging $2.87 per gallon, while the national average is $1.91.

* The state's oil production continues to decline, due to falling prices and mature fields.

* The global credit crunch and falling natural gas prices threaten the Alaska gas line.

* The State is failing to meet its constitutional obligation to take care of public education as shown by the high drop out rates and the low graduation rates.

* Many Medicare patients cannot find doctors.

* There is continued flight from rural villages.

* Alaska faces the prospect of reduced federal dollars from Washington, D.C.

"Alaskans need our Governor here earning her salary and working on key problems facing Alaska families," said Alaska Democratic Party Chair Patti Higgins. "Alaska's challenges are significant, and there is much that needs to be done right now. Our Governor should remember that her primary job is to work on behalf of the citizens of Alaska, not engage in partisan politics in other states," Higgins said. "Governing is more than creating photo ops. We'd like a commitment that the Governor is working, not just scheduling media appearances."

I do have to agree with this publication because I don't think it's unreasonable to ask the state Governor to be on site, in her state, for state business. Does she think that she WON the election? Maybe she is tired of the 'cold state' thing and she wants to move to D.C. now to prepare for her return in 2028, after all she is the darling of the GOP, and now a Georgia 'peach'. Or WAS the darling of the GOP. Out of sight, out of mind or in her case it may soon be 'OUT OF JOB'! Never forget your roots!

I'd like to thank and acknowledge the Huffington Post for excerpts used in this article.