Casey Anthony: A Little Thursday Afternoon Perjury?
Though Cindy has said that she left work early on the day of the computer searches, her testimony has many speculating that she’s perjuring herself to defend her daughter.
So…did Cindy Anthony lie on the stand to protect her daughter? That’s the question being asked by many today. What do you think? As a parent, would you do the same no matter how heinous the crime was?
From Time Magazine:
According to former prosecutor Nancy Grace, who appeared on Good Morning AmericaFriday morning, Cindy’s story could be easily dispelled by the state as they have listed her employer’s record keeper as a witness, who would presumably be able to determine if Cindy was in fact at work.
However, lying or not, Cindy has certainly proved a sympathetic witness for the defense’s case. She returned to the stand on Friday as the defense played home video footage of Caylee playing near the family pool wearing what appeared to be the shorts she was wearing when her body was found in December of 2008. (The defense is arguing that Caylee drowned accidentally and that Casey’s only crime was covering it up.) Cindy wept as she watched the footage of her granddaughter laughing, and noted that the video was from 2007.
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