Below we have typical deception followed by a rare example of truth.
Casey Anthony’s legal team has accused her ex-fiancé Jesse Grund of “cashing in” for shopping a book detailing his relationship with the mother of tragic Caylee Anthony.
“I witnessed the devastating effects of severe dysfunction,” Grund writes in the proposal, being shopped by D.J. Snell at Legacy Management and a copy of which has been obtained by Page Six.
“I know what events in her life have molded her into the vilified Casey Anthony,” he adds.
Grund, the son of a Queens minister, started dating Anthony in January 2005 and that summer, she told him she was expecting Caylee in a text message, which allegedly read: “I am pregnant. It’s yours.”
He was present when Caylee was born, but a paternity test revealed he was not the father. They ended their engagement in June 2006, when “I watched Casey change into the infamous ‘party monster’ everyone else saw,” his proposal says.
The rest of his story covers Caylee’s disappearance, Casey’s defense and, he writes ominously, “The story played out ... has a deeper, darker unknown element to it.”
Grund gave evidence in Anthony’s trial without the jury present, and after she was acquitted, he gave a round of TV interviews, calling the Anthonys a “carnival of dysfunctionality.”
A rep for Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez, said, “I found Mr. Grund to be very interested in serving himself ... prosecutors told me that Jesse was upset that he wasn’t called as a witness.
“He was adamant about being called in to be a bigger part of the case ... Jesse Grund and [his father] Richard have traveled to New York more than any other group to do interviews, and I would say the same about George and Cindy Anthony.
“There have been many witnesses trying to exploit the situation; this is nothing new,”
Note the inclusion of the word "group"; he did not say that Richard Grund travelled to NY to do interviews more than anyone else. Lying causes internal stress so the subject changes his language to "group" which would indicate that others, not in "groups" travelled to NY to do interviews more than Richard Grund. It is an attempt to deceive while not outwardly "lying" to do so. Yet, it is followed by a surprisingly truthful and candid statement which projects their goals and motives for the past few years:
the lawyer’s rep said. “People are more concerned with making money than anything else.”
Here is a rare example of a truthful statement from the Anthony defense. It should be believed.
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