Revelations are now surfacing from Cheney Mason, one of the attorneys on the Casey Anthony case. He discussed the events surrounding the horrific death of little two-year-old Caylee Anthony at LawNewz. He says that Casey literally blacked out over the details of her daughter’s death. The interviewer was incredulous that even after all these years, we still don’t know exactly what happened to Caylee. Mason stated, “I believe that Casey’s mind, in some dimension, I guess the common word would say ‘snapped.’ She didn’t go crazy by any means — but blackout — completely a blackout — of what went on and what happened.” To that, I say, bull crap.
At the beginning of the interview, Mason gave a jaw-dropping justification for Casey that I just can’t swallow. This woman was charged with and acquitted of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter of a child and aggravated child abuse. He claims that she retreated to some fantasy land that he referred to as “Casey World” during all this. And that she remained there for some time even after the death of her daughter. This sounds like an insanity defense to me and that woman is not insane. She is a cold, calculating, manipulative monster who got away with killing her child. “Casey, as we established with an expert witness at the end of the trial, grieved and comprehended differently than anyone else what happened. She went into what I call ‘Casey World.’ She shut it out,” Mason explained to Weber. Mason added, “She didn’t know what she was doing or what she was saying. She knows she did not do this.”
If Casey didn’t know what she was doing or what she was saying, then how can she know she didn’t kill her daughter? This makes no logical sense as a legal argument. But as nuts as it all sounds, Mason kept reiterating that Casey was “close to, bonded to, and loved that child.” He made a point of stating that the child was never abused and never wanted for anything. But how does he know that? It’s simple… he doesn’t. I remember hearing rumors in 2016 that Casey slept with her attorneys. If that is so, this whole thing is a travesty of justice and their actions are highly unethical… including these statements and judgments by Mason.
A private investigator by the name of Dominic Casey at that time alleged that Casey paid her lawyers with sexual favors. He was originally hired by another Casey attorney named Baez, just days after she was arrested for the murder in July of 2008. “Baez had told me that Casey had murdered Caylee and dumped the body somewhere, and he needed all the help he could get to find the body before anyone else did,” Casey alleged. After Baez discovered the sexual arrangement, he left the team… fast.
Mason claims that Casey “snapped” when testimony from a grief counselor was submitted to the court. “When that testimony came out, I was sitting next to her, and I don’t remember whether I had my arm on her shoulder or was just holding her hand there while that testimony was going on, but she started shaking and shivering, and she cried,” he related. “All the time I’ve known her, and all the times I’ve seen her, I had never seen this. It was clear to me — my personal opinion — that it was the first time she consciously was actually aware that her daughter had died.” This woman should get an Oscar for her performance and her attorneys should be disbarred… in my opinion that is.
A meter reader named Roy Kronk was the one who discovered Caylee’s body that fateful day in the woods near her grandparents’ home. From there, the case became infamous and Anthony would eventually be convicted of lying to police over her daughter’s death. Inexplicably, she was acquitted of murder in 2011. There were rumors she also slept with or had a relationship with someone on the jury. She filed for bankruptcy in 2013 and was living with one or more of her attorneys as I understand it. She should write a book on how to get away with the murder of a child. Just evil.