Stepping away from the politics for a moment, if you pay attention to the news like I do you'd be hard-pressed to not know about the going-ons of Casey Anthony and her "missing" daughter Caylee. Now after months of lying to the cops, being released on bail money at least twice, protesters lining up daily outside her house and a barnstorm of media attention covering the case, police have FINALLY decided to label this mischievous, lying, witch a "suspect" in her daughter's disappearance:
Investigators have named Casey Anthony a suspect in the mid-June disappearance of her toddler daughter, Caylee, Florida authorities said Wednesday.
Police had previously labeled Anthony -- who authorities said didn't report the 3-year-old child's disappearance until mid-July -- a "person of interest" in the case.
"Casey is a suspect," said Orange County Sheriff's Department Capt. Angelo Nieves. "She has been uncooperative, leading investigators down the wrong path and lying to them. She has not provided any credible information about the last time she saw her or where she was left."
Casey Anthony of Orlando, Florida, was arrested on July 16 on suspicion of telling detectives lies about Caylee's disappearance. She was released on bail after that arrest and subsequent arrests on unrelated theft charges.
Authorities said weeks ago that evidence suggests Caylee is dead. Investigators found evidence of human decomposition in the trunk of Anthony's car, authorities have said.
Casey Anthony knows where her daughter is. And when you consider her reckless past, the fact that she hasn't provided any useful information to the police concerning the whereabouts of her daughter, how Casey acted as though she hadn't a care in the world during the time she now says she had no idea where her daughter Caylee was and chloroform being found in her car, one would be hard pressed not to believe that, sadly, little Caylee Anthony is dead. I'm guessing that it all has something to do with her boyfriend, but either way, it's about time the cops build up a strong enough case to try Casey for murder.