Regular or ExtraCrispy . . .
When Will This Madness Stop . . .
Unless you have been living under a rock since the middle of July 2008, I am sure you
have read and probably seen the story of this poor little girl, Caylee Anthony, who has
been missing in Orlando, FL. On the surface, this is really just another case of a miss-
ing child and the unusual circumstances surrounding her disappearance. Or is it? If
one steps back and views the entire landscape and examines the cast of characters
that are party to this tragedy, a larger, more disturbing portrait is revealed. This site
was created to not only be used as a one-stop site for future developments on this
story, but also to examine what the real tragedy is and the what the penalties should
be. It is time to stop the madness.
The Victim . . .
Caylee Marie Anthony, not even three years
old when she was last seen in the company
of her mother. This image and many more
like them will be forever in my mind be-
cause, like many of you, I have not only chil-
dren, but grandchildren as well. How a par-
ent could possibly intentionally harm some-
one so young and innocent is astounding. I
know, it happens everyday all around the
world and in even more bizarre and gro-
tesque circumstances than these, but it
doesn't stop the pain in my heart for little
Caylee Marie Anthony.
Breaking News . . .
IT'S CAYLEE ANTHONY - REMAINS ID'd AS THOSE OF MISSING TODDLER - 12/19/2008
Indicted for Murder . . . An Orange County Grand Jury indicted Casey Anthony on seven counts on October 14, 2008.
Right up at the top of the list was murder in the first degree. While I am very pleased with their decision, we now have to
wait for justice for little Caylee to finally be served. I thought we could take an informal vote on the is