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Author Topic: Caylee Marie Anthony, 2, FL Missing since June 16-just reported by mother #80  (Read 276011 times)
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« Reply #1980 on: December 24, 2008, 12:46:44 AM »

I don't know, wreck.

I heard reporters say OJ may be in isolation his entire sentence.
That is my point -- it is easier to keep them isolated in State or Federal than "County".
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« Reply #1981 on: December 24, 2008, 12:47:17 AM »

Casey and the other inmates will be getting cookies, calendar, socks and a candy cane for Christmas. I bet she is just thrilled. WESH.com.

She gets to enjoy a cookie, while Caylee sits in the morgue (or in the ground, or in an urn).
She gets to look at a calendar to view the days ahead, while Caylee has no days of anything to look forward to.
She gets socks to keep her feet warm, while Caylee had to rot in the dirt in the woods for several months.
She gets to enjoy the flavor of a candy cane, while Caylee will never experience the joy of one of her own, ever again.

 
I'm trying to figure out why the inmates are getting anything special for the holidays at all.  They committed crimes and there are kids/people out there that can't even afford food but they get socks, calendars, cookies and a candy cane.  What a waste of money!

Not all of them are murderers. Some of the inmates serving time actually do deserve a little something.

I'm betting this is mass-produced surplus stuff.
I agree, there are some really bad people in prison -- but I bet few of these women are in jail for harming their kids. Put casey in the general population on Christmas day -- see how these other women away from their own kids treat her.

I've wondered about that very thing. Surely they can't keep her in isolation or protective status the entire time she is in jail, post trial. I would imagine her time in the general population isn't going to be pleasent.

I've asked before, but does it ring a bell to anyone that some convictions carry with them the inability to profit from a crime? If that's the case, I want the entire family convicted of something!!!

They might be able to keep her in isolation while she's in jail.  However, once the trial is over and she's moved to the state pen...    am thinking it will be harder to keep her in protective status.  Not sure she would qualify for that there anyway.  Not many get coddled in the actual prison.  heh.
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« Reply #1982 on: December 24, 2008, 12:47:32 AM »



Caylee #81:

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=4283.0
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