The story of missing toddler Caylee Anthony is about to get serious national exposure.
Did the parents of accused killer Casey Anthony see the same tapes of the video visitations that we saw? Apparently not. According to Cindy Anthony, she was pleased the videos were finally released.
"I said from the very beginning if they would have shown those tapes
they would have seen that she really does have emotion," said Anthony.
"She does care, does love her family. She's not a cold, callous person
like everybody wants to paint her out to be. She is a desperate, loving
mother." Cindy, we're with you on the "desperate" part.
As the jailhouse videos continue to play on various news outlets and incessantly on CNN's "Nancy Grace Show," the Anthonys have made plans to have their story heard on several national news programs. Tuesday, Casey Anthony's attorney Jose Baez will be on NBC's "Today" and the Anthonys will visit California on Wednesday to make an appearance on "Larry King Live." NBC's "Dateline" will also focus on the search for Caylee on Friday.
While on the West Coast they also plan to follow leads for Caylee
that have originated in California, George and Cindy are also still
hopeful, says their spokeswoman Michelle Bart, that the cell phone picture taken at a Florida mall
of a little brown-haired girl might be missing Caylee. So far no
one has identified the girl.
What do you think? Is all this publicity good for the case? Or should the Anthonys just shut up?