- Ring #1 is filled with Casey Anthony and her lies and maybe her lawer, Jose Baez. I suppose we can put the elusive Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez in this ring as well as the rest of the invisible co-workers and friend that Casey told the police about. At one point, I tried listing all the lies that Casey had told, but David Lohr with Investigation Discovery had done it so much better than I could that I deleted my file.
- Ring #2 is full of the rest of the Anthony family. George, Cindy and Lee. I almost miss Cindy's daily news updates where she contradicted herself, her husband and the investigators. She's silent now because of what is in Ring #3, I guess. All we can do is wait for Jose Baez to tell us how Cindy's prediction of Casey the world giving Casey the "Mother of the Year" award when he makes his opening statements at trial.
- Ring #3 has the "world famous" bounty hunter, Leonard Padilla with his team and the newly hired "family spokesperson" Larry Garrison. As for the "world famous" bounty hunter, the only reason I was familiar with his name was that he in in the news in Sacramento periodically. He wanted to be the Mayor, for one thing. He's been in the news for a few other things as well. Like offering "his" property up for the homeless to camp on. Apparently his neighbors didn't think too much of the idea. Then it also came out that the property wasn't exactly "his" to offer up. Something about a dispute with the IRS, I guess. I was surprised to read that this character has a "Bounty Hunter" show on the National Geographic channel. I've never seen his show, and have no plans on watching it. Oh well.
Now, the other character in Ring #3 is this guy, Larry Garrison, from California who somehow got himself appointed as the family spokesperson. Mr. Garrison seems to be an opportunist and seems to enjoy inserting himself and his company, SilverCreek Entertainment, into high profile cases. He jumped into the Natalie Holloway case and "represented" Joran Van Der Sloot, then he got involved in the book about "the true life story" of Natalie. He promoted a book about the "true life story" of Bonny Bakely, Robert Blakes wife/victim. He also promotes a book called "Breaking into Acting For Dummies". The interviews I've seen with him so far have only shown that the guy knows practically nothing about this case. Talk about misinformation! Heck, Cindy was better at handing out the misinformation than this guy!
Kudos to the folks who have been trying to do something. The bloggers who got together there in Orlando and actually searched for the child. The investigators who are still trying to run down each and every lead that gets phoned in. And, I guess we should give credit to a lot of the news reporters who are keeping Caylee's picture out there. I'd like to hand out bops to the head for some of the reporters who've put out information without verifying first though. Like Nancy Grace and her "headline" about how much money Casey had charged on her parent's credit cards. $45,000? I'll bet it was supposed to be reported that it was 4 to 5 thousand dollars. I supposed someday we might find out the truth. But I'm not going to hold my breath.