I’d like to address Nancy Grace, the hair, & the rifle shell. I’ve had many questions about Nancy Grace, the results of the forensics on the hair, & the rifle shell the forensics report revealed they took from the crime scene. I will start with Nancy Grace. I quit watching Nancy Grace regularly quite a while ago, and the only time I have watched her in recent times is when someone points out something she is saying that no one else has heard. The soil samples that Nancy Grace said tested positive for being the same as the crime scene, was pointed out to me. A few of us researched only to find out that no other “news source” was reporting it. A tabloid was reporting it, but not a “news source”. On Friday, May 1st, 2009, the forensics report that came out did cover that subject, only to say there was no match. Here is the forensics report:
Now, I tuned in on a whim toward the end of her show late Friday night, as something said to me deep inside, it’s almost over see if she addresses the soil sample. I tuned in just in time to hear her announce that the soil sample did not match, no apologies, no I got that one wrong, she mentioned it and then went to a “Bombshell”. The problem is the bombshell she went to was ridiculous! If you go back on that forensics link it mentions a spent rifle shell found at the scene. She is now saying that her “Bombshell” is that find and that the prosecutors have added fire arms and ballistics experts to the witness list. I went back and looked at the state’s witness list and see no one fitting that description and I can’t find any other news source reporting what she is. The report stated basically it was worthless, and they should send it back to them if they found a suspicous firearm. Here’s the problem: it’s a rifle shell. Dr. G said the cause of death was homicide by undetermined means, and that there was no evidence of trauma to the bones. That means no fractures, or breaks. If Casey had shot that baby at point blank range with a rifle, there would have been trauma to the bones. No way around it. Caylee was too small for her to be able to shoot to kill her without hitting bone. They may have their reasons for saving the shell, but most likely it is to rule it out, because it was something found at the scene. Remember also that there was no evidence of blood found in Casey’s car, just evidence of decomposing body fluids. If she would have shot her and stored her in the trunk, there would have been blood. My point??? Nancy Grace is no better than a tabloid, spreading lies and gossip. An advocate for crime victims??? Maybe at one time, but certainly not now. She has become an over zealist sensationalist, a drama queen. She may have started for the right reasons, but like so many others has not turned out so well. Like so many others? The ACLU was started for the right reasons, and look what it has become. I could name many more organizations that have done the same. Unions were started for the right reasons, and became something very wrong. Corruption, plain and simple. Nancy Grace has caved to the fame and fortune and the camera. You can let her know how you feel, but in the end the greatest message sent would be not to give her the ratings. She would have been better to stick to the Amber Alerts, and current cases, and getting the word out when it’s crucial, rather than incessantly following cases to the point of spreading gossip. Not good for the cases, and it’s certainly no better than the bogus charities and all of the money grubbers that came out of the wood work to exploit Caylee’s case. I’m personally done with her. I hope that she will have a change in heart one day, but it’s not likely.
The hair and the drug testing…………….Check this out:
Make sure after reading those 2 articles that you refer back to the forensics link above, to get a clearer view, as I know there is a media spin on the subject. In my personal opinion, I believe that Caylee was not killed with medication. Chloroform, maybe, but remember she could have broken her neck. The skull was no longer connected to the body when the remains were found, so that would not have neccessarily been detected. Also take into consideration that the Channel 9 story, well, Channel 9 is a CNN affiliate, so there you go. As far as other drugs, maybe they had very good reason not to test for other drugs. I hope I have given you a clearer picture, without all of the spin. Let me know what you think.