Just when I thought I had heard it all…
“ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) – Casey Anthony may have suffered from a medical condition that contributed to the death of her daughter, according to her parents, in an excerpt of a “Dr. Phil” interview reported Wednesday.
The episode featuring George and Cindy Anthony, the grandparents of tragic toddler Caylee, will be aired Monday and a FOX News Channel source said that in it they claim Casey may have suffered a gran mal seizure while her daughter was dying.”
That’s funny, I could have sworn that, after Casey was released from jail and while Caylee was still lying in the swamp, George Anthony screamed at his daughter saying, ‘what did you do to her, I know you did something with my granddaughter!’
“According to the previously reliable source who spoke to FOX, Casey later suffered at least two additional seizures — one while home on bond in 2008 and another while incarcerated between 2008 and 2011.
According to the source, Cindy Anthony pointed to the seizures as evidence Casey had “a mental health condition” that may have incapacitated her while Caylee was allegedly drowning “in the swimming pool incident,…”
Whoa! Hold on a minute. So now the story is that Casey found Caylee in the pool and couldn’t save her because Casey was having a gran mal seizure! Whew! That’s good, because I could have SWORN that Casey’s attorney said Casey found Caylee dead in George’s arms, and that after George blamed Casey for Caylee’s death, he made the accident look like murder and dumped her body in a swamp.
This seizure story makes the whole drowning incident even more ridiculous! George blamed Casey, an epileptic, for her daughter’s accidental drowning, all because Casey was having a seizure and couldn’t rescue her child. Then George decided that Casey’s punishment would be to make it look like his poor epileptic daughter is a murderer, and let her sit in jail for 3 years facing the death penalty.
“…and further suggests that the seizures may be symptomatic of a condition that at times makes it difficult “to sort fact from fiction,” or, as the source said, “maybe it is why she can’t tell the truth.”
Gee, I’d love to know what those with epilepsy think of this theory. I didn’t know epileptics were pathological liars because of their condition. Boy, I learn something new every damn day.