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June 13, 2012

Casey Anthony - Me, Myself, and I

By Joey Piscitelli

Casey is up at bat again.She continues to strike out, but not without the aid of her illustrious lawyer.


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 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 :

Strike 1

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.

Strike 2

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?

Strike 3

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.

Strike 4

More nonsensical babble: " I do not weigh 500 pounds, and I am not moving to Costa Rica".

Yes Casey -- get it out there, you don't want to scare off any eligible bachelors. And your deceased daughter won't have to worry that you've gained weight.

Strike 5

The babble selfishly continues: " I've never been a party girl, or much of a drinker, and have had only had a handful of beers...and have never did any drugs, except for a little bit of marijuana in my early 20's".

Ummm .... well Casey, count your birthdays. Your daughter disappeared when you were in your early 20's. That's when you were smoking the "little bit of pot." And smoking pot may tend to put you in the " party girl" category, don't you think? And dancing with a stripper pole in a mini skirt and bra while your baby was missing, could also shove you into the party girl category as well.

Strike 6

Beyond senseless babble: " I don't give a s**t about money. I may have in the past, but I was a stupid kid. I'm 26 now, and I've been through hell".

You've been through hell? What about your two year old toddler in the cemetery? And if you don't give a crap about money, then why are you demanding 1.5 million dollars just for an interview? And why are you considering a book deal?

Strike 7

" My life totally changed a year ago, but I'm dealing with it".

Need I say it? Your life changed -- but not as much as Caylee's life did. As a matter of fact, her life is gone. Perhaps you forgot to think about that, what with the book deals and interviews on your mind, and those insensitive people saying you gained weight.

But let's not be quick to judge you by your narcissist behavior, and your lack of compassion for your murdered child. Let's move on to your pompous unremorseful lawyer, who gloats in fame and luxury.

Why don't we examine some of his classic observations. When asked if Casey was lying, attorney J. Mason stated that: "Anything is possible, but if she's lying she's probably the best...."

Well that pretty much sums it up. She could be a very good liar, so let's move on. There's money to be made!

Oh, I almost forgot. Mr. Mason also added this remarkable statement: "It might take her a while to be accepted in the mainstream again, but she would probably like to be a mother again".

All I can think of to respond to that remark is just shoot me now, and get it over with. I seriously don't think I can take it anymore.

For those of you who are reading this, and have not yet vomited, here's some more of Mr. Mason's pathetic contributions to nausea:

" Casey doesn't like the news, but she likes the Three Stooges , and I Love Lucy ".

Well that's quite a relief. Casey is able to cope with her struggles by watching shows that mirror both her behavior and that of her lawyers. But those shows are comedies, and the actors are only pretending to be stupid.

Note to Casey and company: This is real life. Caylee has been murdered, and it's not a good idea for Casey to reproduce again, and maybe her lawyer Mr. Mason should consider looking up "sociopathic behavior" in the encyclopedia.

Hopefully Casey won't be up at bat again, and will stay hidden. And hopefully she will not take up Hustler magazines offer to her of $500,000 to pose nude. Unless of course, her brilliant lawyer who thinks it's possible that she may have lied about killing her baby-- advises her that it's a good career move for her to be a nude "party girl", instead of a narcissist ex-mommy.

Submitters Bio:

Joey Piscitelli is a 56 year old writer and child abuse victims advocate in the S.F. Bay Area. Joey is also a pagan witch, and a member of Mensa. Joey wrote the non-fiction book "A Witch Wins Justice" concerning his unprecedented jury court victory against the Catholic Church for abuse. Joey has been a leader for SNAP- The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests for 10 years. He is the only Pagan Witch in history to defeat the church in a jury trial. He has appeared on numerous talk shows, and documentaries.