Casey Anthony's Lawyer Reveals Disturbing Information About Caylee Anthony's Death

Casey Anthony's Lawyer Reveals Disturbing Information About Caylee Anthony's Death

Cheney Mason, one of Casey Anthony’s lawyers, discussed on Friday the events surrounding the death of two-year-old Caylee Anthony at LawNewz Network with Jesse Weber.

During the interview, Mason noted that Casey blacked out over the details of her daughter Caylee’s death.

Asking Mason how it’s possible that no one knows after all of these years what really happened to Caylee, Mason replied, “I believe that Casey’s mind, in some dimension, I guess the common word would say ‘snapped.’ She didn’t go crazy by any means — but blackout — completely a blackout — of what went on and what happened.”

Earlier in the interview, Mason detailed that he believed Casey, who was accused — and acquitted — of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter of a child, and aggravated child abuse — retreated to what he referred to as “Casey World” during the time of her daughter Caylee’s death and afterward, to boot.

“Casey, as we established with an expert witness at the end of the trial, grieved and comprehended differently than anyone else what happened. She went into what I call ‘Casey World.’ She shut it out,” Mason explained to Weber.

He added, “She didn’t know what she was doing or what she was saying. She knows she did not do this.”

Mason was adamant that Casey was “close to, bonded to, and loved that child,” noting that Caylee lacked for nothing and was never abused.

He added that Casey “snapped” when a testimony from a grief counselor was entered before the court.

 

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