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Tot Mom, Casey Anthony, went to see the judge today in order to block the release to the public of her infamous meltdown in jail. Just happen to have caught about an hour of the actual court appearance on Court TV this morning. I, also, watched Nancy Grace tonight. Was Nancy on drugs?
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Nevaeh Buchanan an adorable and happy five year old girl suddenly disappears from her home in Monroe, Michigan almost before her mother’s eyes. A registered sex offender, a long time acquaintance of the mother, looks like the most likely suspect at the moment. Within a day, some really gruesome evidence has been turned up by the police on the acquaintance. It is not looking good for Nevaeh.
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The number of children going missing each day that was reported at 2,300 at the Caylee, Haleigh Families Vigil: is bogus! While technically true, it positively does not mean what you think that it does. Actually the correct number is 2,185 which is based upon 1999 data. Nevertheless, their claim that 2,300 people are reported missing nationwide every day is totally misleading.
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On the day that Haleigh went missing both Misty and Ronald did a pretty decent job of acting. Unlike Casey Anthony they at least initially acted normally. Crystal Sheffield continues to this day to act hysterical over Haleigh still being missing. Unlike Casey, the Cummings were wise enough not to be seen partying too much in public. But, when Misty and Ronald do make a public appearance they never seem to be the least bit upset. Ronald’s public comments about Haleigh now seem to be forced and unnatural. What happened to the Cummings’ great acting skills?
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Who cares about the Swine Flu? People die from inflenza every year in the thousands so why should anybody care about the Swine Flu? Is the Swine flu just another influenza?
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