“just the facts mam’…said Joe Friday, as the story of the missing crosses…became

as the story of the missing crosses…became just as mucky as the case it is a part of…

 

“But they returned to the area,” Peter said, and they saw Cindy Anthony putting something into the trunk of her car, which was being driven by George Anthony. The cross was gone.”

Joe Friday, and I want to know the answers to these questions…

dragnet

So did you actually see her witht eh cross in her hand?

Did you see the missing cross in the back of the anthony’s SUV?

Were you driving in the area, with out your headlight on?

Driving with out your headlights on, and having a child in th car,  am I getting this all correct?

 

“Hell hath no fury than a graphic designer scorned! – finnperkins 6.07.2009

I read Hal the TV Guy daily. I usually comment on the topic or at least I try.  I usually spend most of my replies replying to comments directed to me.  The comments addressed to me are usually they are off topic and personal attacks.

This is what Hal’s Post said-
[(ˌ)sək-ˈsiŋ(k)t, sə-ˈsiŋ(k)t\] Casey Anthony: Jose Baez casting new doubts on meter reader– Can you believe the meter reader who found Caylee Anthony’s remains? -Baez seeks Kronk’s phone records to explore the cited inconsistencies. -What does the new motion mean? -WESH also looked at whether Zenaida Gonzalez’s defamation suit against Anthony might be delayed. Anthony’s defense team wants the civil suit postponed until after the murder trial. -Hornsby added that depositions in the defamation case are creating inconsistencies that make the prosecution’s case more difficult. -The two reports this evening underscore that WESH is the local TV station most determined to keep the Anthony case in the mix of daily stories. posted by halboedeker on Jun 5, 2009 6:24:52 PM

So when I returned from the week-end G’Days fun, I replied-

finn-about-orlando

this is my response to hal- (notice it was on topic).

“Hornsby added that depositions in the defamation case are creating inconsistencies that make the prosecution’s case more difficult.” the state can thank John Morgan for that.

Posted by: finnperkins | June 05, 2009 at 08:35 PM

“The two reports this evening underscore that WESH is the local TV station most determined to keep the Anthony case in the mix of daily stories.” add WESH to the thanks but no thanks list…

Posted by: finnperkins | June 05, 2009 at 08:38 PM

The following are responses to my comments, from other readers- [the 2 captions above].

Pxxxxxxxx! hahahaha…. WONDERFUL, Delightful to read!
finn….for once i could understand your garble. But I guess most of it WAS quoted.
Posted by:LFxxxx | June 05, 2009 at 09:03 PM

To LFxxxx –responding to your comment- “finn….for once i could understand your garble. But I guess most of it WAS quoted. “ [oops sorry, did I just use a quote?] So, offering a quote to make a point is not allowed… Has anyone told everybody else yet… Orlando Sentinel, WFTV, HLN, CNN, Nancy Grace, WESH, WKMG, Hal Boedeker… a do I need to keep going? p.s. – I am sending this from, y laptop at my home, as I did not get the time to pick up those FREE tickets (maybe next week)…  It seems I did meet up with few cool, easy on the eyes, tourist (3), whom appreciated my knowledge of the Lake Buena Vista.  The expo was fabulous; the House of Blues was sooo fun.  I did not get home until 10 am, and the rain stayed away this morning, So I drop the top, blasted the music… all the home.   😉

 

 

Only a (excuse my French–which I’m sure finn will be more than happy to correct) dumbass would say something like that about John Morgan. I’m glad Zenaida has someone with cajones in her corner to take on Bozo…and his band of merry widows. Posted by: TLS | June 05, 2009 at 09:13 PM

To TXX Responding to – Posted by: TXX | June 05, 2009 at 09:13 PM No French correction needed, but  the isn’t it “cojones”… 😉

 

 

you know finn you make me sick Posted by: lxxx4cxxxxx | June 05, 2009 at 11:16 PM

BLK-AND-WHTSICK
To lxxx4cxxxxx, Responding to – Posted by: love4caylee | June 05, 2009 at 11:16 PM     “you know finn you make me sick “ May  I suggest, turning of your computer, and grabbing your keys, and head to your nearest pharmacy. They have what you need, otherwise the feeling of sickness on your part maybe due to an 1280×1024 dpi overload of your monitor. 😉

 

 

 

finnperkins | June 05, 2009 at 10:38 PM For someone that thinks they are so much more intelligent than the rest of us, it’s funny you couldn’t even pick up on the fact that pollywood was being facetious (and quite funny I must say) in her post you attempted to decimate as only you know how.

To TXX- Responding to – Posted by: TXX | June 06, 2009 at 11:02 PM I think I recognized that fact, that is why I relied the way I did. I really did not need you to define pollywood’s comment, as facetieux, [kick me if you must], “”An ability to recognize patterns instantly and unconsciously has proved a fundamental weapon in the cognitive arsenal of human beings.”  Alastair Clarke said he added that “that humor occurs when the brain recognizes a pattern that surprises it, “  as he expanded on his theory of how and why any individual finds anything funny. 😉

Hahaha, Cindy FinnPerkins Anthony!! John Morgan has helped prosecutors in so many ways I can’t even count them all, lololol. And how about the lies pouring out of George & Cindy’s mouths to law enforcement? The FBI doesn’t take kindly to being lied too, look at Martha Stewart, she went to PRISON for lying to the FBI, conspiracy to obstruct justice and obstruction of justice in a fraud case not a brutally murdered child case. After Casey’s trial or even sooner, G & C will be on trial too. And they’ll probably be tried as accomplices after the fact in addition to everything else. Those will be fun trials to watch! Buh bye G & C, couldn’t happen to more pathetic disgusting people. Posted by: bluebird | June 07, 2009 at 04:34 PM

To bxxxxxx Responding to – Posted by: bxxxxxx | June 07, 2009 at 04:34 PM ……..“Cindy FinnPerkins Anthony!! “ I was wondering, are you referring to me as Cindy  Anthony, because you know this as fact, was it a typographical error/user error or are you just jumping on the “I disdain Casey Anthony Hate Wagon”.   😉

pollywoodpicThe Bird is Back… Geez…   Okay… Although I am frightened by Distain’s post of the “Night Fright”… I thought… Oh Hell-o… no I am not afraid… “I am Woman Hear Me Roar”… LOL … So, I jumped out of my comfy bed went to my PC… err MAC … opened all the windows as there is a nice cool June breeze …. in the interim…. I checked my frequent flyer miles and I realized I had enough to purchase a ticket to Korea… and thought this bird on Hal’s post needs a free flight home…. so, I printed the ticket and walked over to my bedside table by the open window and laid the ticket down… I then went down to the kitchen for some fresh bread crumbs and found I had some left over sushi from dinner …. I then positioned just one sushi on a small plate with some wasabi on the table by the ticket and hopefully the diseased bird will come fly by for a treat and see Wowzie!!! a treat and a free flight back to Korea…. then after nibbling on the last speck of rice she would pick up my ticket fly out the window…. and take advantage of the free flight back to Korea…. Hooray!!! …. But, if I awake and should the bird decide not to take advantage …. well, I guess I will have to be burden with the bickering and tweets of the ugly bird who is thankful (maybe not, just took advantage of) to our great USA for giving her the opportunity which gives her the right to totally trash our justice system and/or “try” to influence us to “her” interpretation of “OUR” Constitution”…. and I am sure this bird has generously been provided with financial means to support “her” freedom to express “her” free speech in our wonderful USA that she could not in “HER” KOREA …. UGH!!! People like that totally make me vomit… I pray when I wake the ticket is gone and we never hear from this bird again …. Bye, Bye, Black Bird… and hopefully we will be singing Bye, Bye, Casey and your Black Heart…. JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE!!! Posted by: RxxxFxxxPxxxx | June 07, 2009 at 03:18 AM

To RxxxFxxxPxxxx Responding to comment – -The Bird is Back… Geez…” “Posted by: RxxxFxxxPxxxx | June 07, 2009 at 03:18 AM – I am sending this from, y laptop at my home, as I did not get the time to pick up those FREE tickets (maybe next week)… It seems I did meet up with few cool, easy on the eyes, tourist (3), whom appreciated my knowledge of the Lake Buena Vista. The expo was fabulous; the House of Blues was sooo fun. I did not get home until 10 am, and the rain stayed away this morning, So I drop the top, blasted the music… all the home. Posted by: finnperkins | June 07, 2009 at 11:23 PM

 

I never thought of duct tape, as much as I do now, eek!

when a person makes a statement,  an engages in a course of conduct to communicate, or to cause to be communicated, words, images, or language by or through the use of electronic mail or electronic communication, directed at a specific person, causing substantial emotional distress to that person and serving no legitimate purpose. …I ask is it harmless or culpable negligence?

I admit, I have been following the blogs on the Anthony case.   I have been noting the similarities of mob mentality within the blog-o-sphere regarding this case and how inflamed the bloggers get when another blogger choose to an opinion that is not align with the majority.   Here is an excerpt from one of the blogs I follow, and yes I do place comments, that place me on the firing line.-

I have read many articles posted by many bloggers. I even reply to the writer sometimes.  On this blog I have featured here, the owner of the blog usually does not reply to his fellow bloggers, when they leave comments on his various topics.   I do not find any fault in this, as it his choice to moderate his blog as he chooses.  With that said, it leaves the blog open to the reader/bloggers to interact with in the topic, and reply comments to each other.  Ok, that sound neat, right.   Only if your comment/opinion is in agreement with the majority.

The majority of readers/comments are from the same 13 people, on any given day, and on any given topic.  I am one of the 13, but like the number 13, I am the odd one,  I speak my mind, with unrehearsed sarcasms,  less refined sentence structure, and most of all I use all of the internet as my resource base, before post on my blog, or reply to a comment I do not agree with.  I am not always correct when offering up information that I have read, but I do offer corrections and retractions when needed.  I also think the thought of being one of the sheep, I rather be a lone wolf.

 
Casey Anthony: Why won’t she clear up Zenaida Gonzalez mystery?
posted by halboedeker on May 19, 2009 5:31:52 PM
Discuss This: Comments (152)

   “We sure could use some duct tape and chloroform about now. Me thinks that’s the only thing that will shut up finnperkins and her imaginary friend cottoncandy.”Posted by: Axxxxx | May 20, 2009 at 06:45 PM

The above highlighted comment in-which, someone has informed another reader, that they also have use for duct tape and chloroform.

              100chlrmducttape

The problem I have with their sudden need for these two items is,

… one how did they come to this conclusion, this remeedy
… and two,  their use of these items, and it end result.

As I read this comment, I thought, here is a group of people, whose recent musings are heavily cloaked in the disdain for the Anthony’s, while seeking justice for Caylee.  The point that I am eluding to,  who in the heck do they think they are,  making threats towards another person.  I can only gather that their only intention is to infer disdain for me.  Yet there have been people actually cited for such behavior, either by a restraining order, and sometimes arrsting the offender.  The comments that have words of harm implied is call cyber bullying – “by making them the subject of ridicule in forums”

Forty-six states now have laws that explicitly include electronic forms of communication within stalking or harassment laws.  State laws that do not include specific references to electronic communication may still apply to those who threaten or harass others online, but specific language may make the laws easier to enforce.

I think it’s great to allow everyones comments, and each blog owner choose to moderate their blog as they see fit.  I also think that ruling on the side of caution is fair.  What finds me scratching my head is,   the similar characteristics of the accused, Casey Anthony,  they display through their replies and comments towards me,  is the same reasons these readers use to affirm their opinions, which is most often than not, assert that Ms. Anthony is guilty.

Florida laws on Cyberstalk-

Fla. Stat.  2004->Ch0784->Section%20048#0784.048″>§ 784.048

punishment phase-775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.

“Cyberstalk” means to engage in a course of conduct to communicate, or to cause to be communicated, words, images, or language by or through the use of electronic mail or electronic communication, directed at a specific person, causing substantial emotional distress to that person and serving no legitimate purpose.

Bloggers vs. Anthony

this is my Favorite of Dave’s.

After a good conversation with this writer. He has the best grasp on this issue of –

here is his post-

From the Vomiteria

marinadedave June 2, 2009 · 258 Comments

I titled it –

Bloggers    vs.   Anthony

Where’s the real Tony Pipitone?

Hey an UPDATE-

T0 Finn

HAL’S NOTE: Here’s Tony Pipitone’s response:

Jack Kirschenbaum was mistakenly listed by the clerk on the website as a defense attorney when, in fact, he just intervened in the case on WKMG’s behalf (as did the Sentinel’s attorney and other media attorneys for their respective clients) when there was a motion by the state for a gag order.

Yes, it must be tough to cover a story so many times,
you could probably write it in your sleep.  I notice that
the addition of Andrea  Lyons, but no story on Jack Kirschenbaum 
I see that Jack Kirschenbaum is not on Ms. Anthony’s attorney
list per the Orange Co. Clerks online database.

Hey Tony can you give us a hint as to why WKMG did
not run with a story on Mr. Jack Kirschenbaum, oh wait
is it because of Mr. Kirschenbaum’s ties to WKMG
and You (Tony).

Being at the mercy of your assignment, does that include
evading the obvious? I know anyone who resides in Orlando
knows WKMG’s ties with Jack Kirschenbaum. As much,
fuss over that dam 80 boxes of papers, the Post-Newsweek
Stations Orlando, Inc.D/B/A WKMG V. Douglas Guetzloe case.

A quote from the case printed in the Orlando Sentinel,
Ludmilla Lelis September 26, 2007 –

“Judges ponder core legal issues in Guetzloe case” – It comes down to right to privacy vs. freedom of the press, they say.  And their answer could take a while.– Kirschenbaum said there is no evidence the station wants to broadcast medical information. However, the decision on such material should lie with an editor and not with a judge, he said.

I mention Jack Kirschenbaum I comment on these two-

1] Blog topic –
 “Casey Anthony: WKMG asks if she can get fair trial in Florida cities” Hal the TV Guy Orlando Sentinel Blog
[finnperkins | May 04, 2009 at 04:20 PM   ]

2] Blog topic-
“Casey Anthony: WKMG asks if impartial jury can be found in Florida” Hal the TV Guy Orlando Sentinel Blog
[finnperkins | May 06, 2009 at 08:41 PM  ]

 

Therefore, Tony, it is your turn to offer up Mr. Jack Kirschenbaum’s
short-lived association to this case. That is your assignment, should
you choose to take it, I for one will even spend 3 round Washington’s
on a print edition. Until then I will be hanging here awaiting a heads
up from Hal, who is always the one to follow, because he follows
you (the media).

 
Originally comment  on this blog topic-
Casey Anthony: What WKMG’s Tony Pipitone adds to the story
Posted by finnperkins  Hal the TV Guy Orlando Sentinel Blog

the media: emphasized evidence that tended to incriminate, read any blog referencing the Casey Anthony case? imo-yes…what do you think?

 
 
I had commented on a blog –
             Posted by: finnperkins | June 01, 2009 at 09:37 PM

Sheppard v. Maxwell

 

 some one responded with this-

 – “That was relative to publicity and coverage “during” the “trial” and how it affected the “jury” not to be confused with media attention, coverage or discussions “before” the trial or interest from the general public.”

cxxx lxxxxxxxxx

 

So I replied –

To cxxx lxxxxxxxxx

In response to Sheppard v. Maxwell, would not apply, per your comment – “That was relative to publicity and coverage “during” the “trial” and how it affected the “jury” not to be confused with media attention, coverage or discussions “before” the trial or interest from the general public.”

 

Taken directly from the 384 U.S. 333-Syllabus [1,2,3 and 4]
[1]PreTrial-
During the entire pretrial period, virulent and incriminating publicity about petitioner and the murder made the case notorious, and the news media frequently aired charges and countercharges besides those for which petitioner was tried. Three months before trial, he was examined for more than five hours without counsel in a televised three-day inquest conducted before an audience of several hundred spectators in a gymnasium. Over three weeks before trial, the newspapers published the names and addresses of prospective jurors causing them to receive letters and telephone calls about the case.

 
[2]Estes v. Texas
Throughout this period, the newspapers emphasized evidence that tended to incriminate Sheppard and pointed out discrepancies in his statements to authorities. At the same time, Sheppard made many public statements to the press, and wrote feature articles asserting his innocence.

  
[4]Sheppard v. Maxwell
We granted certiorari, 382 U.S. 916 (1965). We have concluded that Sheppard did not receive a fair trial consistent with the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment and, therefore, reverse the judgment.

 

 

[3]Stroble v. California
“Disclosed that scientific tests at the Sheppard home have definitely established that the killer washed off a trail of blood from the murder bedroom to the downstairs section,”
A circumstance casting doubt on Sheppard’s accounts of the murder, no such evidence was produced at trial.

 

imo -I will not bore you with the details, except this one- “including but limited to the release of the jurors’ names, address and telephone numbers.”

I ask that if you feel this is OK, then why is there a need for on line screen names, why not use your real names? I think in reality, it isn’t ok with any of you, and that privacy is something none of you here want the US supreme court or any other court to take away from you, so why should a local circuit trial judge be allowed to disregard the rights of the jurors’.
Again, I am not offering any opinion on Ms. Anthony’s claim of innocence; I am only stating that in order for the verdict, that when rendered, when the gavel hits the sound block that the verdict will stand.

 

Posted by: finnperkins | June 03, 2009 at 02:59 AM

Jackson a.k.a. “Fuzygenius” attends the latest Anthony hearings. Kathi Belich is…

Jackson  a.k.a. “Fuzygenius” attends the latest Anthony hearings.

jack goes to court

Jackson goes to court

Kathi Belich is not sure whether to cover the hearings, or Break the story that “fuzygenius,” whose blog has all but blasted coverage of her the pre-trial antics.

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