Missing Children

Tonight on Twitter a conversation was going on about missing children and specifically about Elizabeth Johnson, mother of missing 8-month old Gabriel who disappeared nearly three years ago.  Some history on the case for those not familiar, but Elizabeth Johnson  initially told the baby’s father  that she killed Gabriel and dumped him in a trash bin.  She later recanted and told police that she gave Gabriel to a couple at a San Antonio, TX park.  She never provided the couple’s names and refused to do so during Friday’s hearing where she was sentenced and Gabriel’s body has never been found.  It is unlikely that Elizabeth Johnson will ever tell the truth about what happened to her son, and another child joins the ranks of missing in a case that may never be solved. The conversation turned to how specific groups online pick and choose which high profile case they adopt … Continue reading →

Zanny the Alcohol Selling Nanny

I couldn’t WAIT to log in and write about this.  I’m GIDDY even!  It looks like poor victimized Zenaida Gonzalez was arrested Friday night at a store in Orlando after she sold a 4Loko beverage to an underage operative who was working for the Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco.  I have had my issues with this whole civil suit from the beginning because it was Zenaida Gonzalez who came forward to identify herself as the one the finger was pointed at.  SHE brought herself into the limelight.  The basis of her lawsuit is that her reputation has been harmed and she was caused financial loss.  Uh…she had QUITE the reputation prior to her debut into the fustercluck that is the Anthony case, and her financial loss?  She was one motel room from being homeless.  Let’s just say you can put lipstick on a pig…and you know the rest. Zanny … Continue reading →

A Lesson in Forgiveness

About 20+ years ago, I lived in eastern Ohio and had a friend who was a student at the local Catholic university. That summer, two men broke into his home that he shared with two fellow students.  They violently assaulted his two roommates. Fortunately, he was able to slip out of a bedroom window and run to a neighbor’s home to call 911. During the short time that it took police to arrive, the perpetrators kidnapped his roommates and drove off in their vehicle headed for the Pennsylvania border, where they marched both boys up the hill and shot them.  It then took 10 years to get convictions for their crimes as the Ohio Supreme Court overturned both murder convictions because of a jurisdictional issue.  They were retried in Pennsylvania and both are currently serving life sentences for their crimes. What the point of this post is, the mothers of … Continue reading →

If You Can't Beat 'Em – Resort to Telling LIES: @blaiss

One thing that is CONSISTENT with the Caylee’s Warriors boycott movement is that they have absolutely NO qualms whatsoever to publish outright lies to further their agenda.  This afternoon I learned that I am now a “paid troll” of Jose Baez.  Really?  Please provide proof of this blatant lie.  Of course, she won’t, as well as the other crapola that she has claimed from her super secret squirrel inside source.  One word:  sycophant.  The mouthpiece of the boycott movement has diarrhea of the keyboard and is an outright liar and FRAUD who compels her followers to take part in their hate campaign directed at anyone who speaks out against them. @prinniedidit @teamhln ROFLOL…if you are NOT a paid troll prove it to ME!!! — blaiss (@Blaiss) July 20, 2012 @prinniedidit @teamhln YES PRINNEY IS A PAID BAEZ TROLL!!! — blaiss (@Blaiss) July 20, 2012 @TeamHLN I can furnish more info … Continue reading →

Spitting On Our Judicial System

If you are not a native American, then someone in your family has traveled from far away to make their new life in the United States of America.  Many families have relatives who came through  Ellis Island which welcomed millions of newly arrived immigrants in the 60-years that it was open.  In fact, it has been estimated that close to 40 percent of all current U.S. citizens can trace at least one of their ancestors to Ellis Island.  Millions of immigrants packed up what few belongings they had to give their families a better life and to live in a nation free of religious oppression and a FAIR judicial system.  Immigrants from all over the world have left behind lives of religious and legal oppression, coming to the US with very little in their pockets for the chance to live in a nation where they do not have to fear … Continue reading →

Fraudulent Boycott Activity

I just finished reading Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony: The Inside Story by Jose Baez and found it to be VERY interesting and insightful.  It answered so many questions regarding his defense strategy and I have the utmost respect for him as a defense attorney.  He pulled off what was thought to be a slam-dunk case for the State.  His book has also made the New York Times Best Sellers list. It is getting great reviews…unless you are one of those people who are still butthurt over the verdict and can’t seem to understand the term “beyond a reasonable doubt“. For the last four years this case has brought out the ugliest behavior in people.  These are people who believe every word that Nancy Grace feeds them and are too afraid to think for themselves or look at subject matter minus their emotions.  Their abnormal love and devotion for Caylee Anthony is … Continue reading →