Why did Casey Anthony choose to participate in a series like this now, when it’s been clear for the past few decades that the public has had a hard time accepting allegations of childhood sexual abuse, especially when it comes to her? Finally, she understands what happened to her and the trauma she experienced, and she has been in therapy for 10 years to deal with a lot of that trauma.
Why delay for such a prolonged period? It is only in episode three that you delve into the specifics of Anthony’s perspective. It might also take numerous decades before we can acknowledge that parental sexual abuse is quite prevalent. This is also applicable to the individuals who exposed pedophilia within the Catholic Church. It required many years of whistleblowers stepping forward to initiate the #MeToo movement. We never desire to learn about such horrifying sexual abuse. The impact on the children is extremely deep. We are reluctant to accept that parents are capable of sexually exploiting their children because it is exceedingly alarming.
Casey’s job was to argue for Innocence, but they couldn’t put George on trial either. They couldn’t say why Casey’s lawyers couldn’t address Casey’s innocence or what happened to her kid, Caylee, because Casey doesn’t know. So, she wanted to believe him because she listened to him, but the baby appeared lifeless in his arms, soaking wet with Caylee. Now she tells us the same story she told the court-appointed psychologists, but she felt too traumatized to speak directly to her lawyers about what happened to Caylee. The defense lawyers had access to those transcripts and could craft their arguments accordingly. We checked the transcripts and looked at all three sides of Casey’s story. But the conclusion is that we don’t know what happened to Caylee because there is no tested version of events in court. That’s why it’s important to watch all three episodes before reaching a conclusion. So, we explore where Casey behaved strangely during the 31 days that Caylee was missing when we hear her story and how she pretended to be innocent when the media told her side. That’s why it’s important to watch all three episodes before reaching a conclusion. Because there is no tested version of Casey’s events, we don’t know what happened to Caylee. So, hear my probing questions to Casey in the three episodes. I didn’t think our audience would be ready because I myself wasn’t ready, and we’ve gone through two episodes of uncertainty and doubt.