This grandmother needs to be jailed too in my opinion.
Caylee’s grandmother was a bit defensive while she talked briefly with reporters after returning to her home Thursday. She asked the focus be maintained on her missing granddaughter Caylee Anthony.
“This is what it’s all about, okay? This is what it’s all about,” Cindy said as she displayed a photo of 2-year-old Caylee.
But Caylee Anthony remains missing. Cindy Anthony said her husband and son met with investigators for six hours Wednesday.
“Our whole family spent the entire day yesterday sharing things with the authorities. So, again, we cannot impede their investigation,” she said. “I cannot give you names of people potentially linked to this thing.”
Meanwhile, Casey Anthony doesn’t appear any closer to getting out of jail. Following an appeal court’s denial of bond reduction, Cindy Anthony said Casey’s attorney is now working on a federal appeal.
Casey’s real loss, though, is coming in the court of public opinion, because she won’t tell investigators exactly where she thinks Caylee is or lead them to who might have her. But Cindy maintains her daughter has good reason.
“She’s leading you to a place, but she’s not telling you to the exact right apartment, because she’s afraid, if someone walks in, something may happen to Caylee. That’s all I can say without jeopardizing this case.”