Casey is at the bat again. And she continues to strike out in the conscience department, but it seems doubtful that it affects her. It's no wonder she is still hiding. The latest shame to emerge from the Casey Anthony story is the publicity seeking Piers Morgan interview, whereas the new Queen of Narcissism reaffirmed her position as a self- centered disgrace. When she was asked what her biggest regret was, she answered "Not being honest....I didn't trust law enforcement".
For all the mothers in the world who would have answered, "I regret losing my daughter", or ,"I regret I did not watch my daughter carefully", - forget about that notion entering her head. Casey was herself, all about herself, and only about herself.
To add to the list of Casey's - me, myself and 'I's :
Casey continued with: "I was 22, I was scared and confused with life in general".
But what about your daughter Caylee, who was only two? There was no mention of how scared and confused Caylee must have been.
Casey's next mind blower: "There's no one I love more than my daughter. She was my greatest accomplishment".
Then why on earth would you lie to the police for a month, and party when your baby was missing? Is that part of your great accomplishment?
Casey's next deleterious whopper: " The public perception of me is bad, absolutely horrible".
Forget about the skeletal remains of your tortured child, let's all cry a river for poor Casey instead, your reputation is damaged.
More nonsensical babble: " I do not weigh 500 pounds, and I am not moving to Costa Rica".
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