Blink On Crime Discusses New Developments In Casey Anthony and Kyron Horman Cases On The Dana Pretzer Show – Live AT 9PM

Join me tonight as The Host of the Dana Pretzer Show- scaredmonkeys radio’s  Dana Pretzer and I discuss new developments in the Casey Anthony saga and the disappearance of Kyron Horman.

Dana also features special guest Mike McIntyre.

Listen LIVE at 9 PM

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  1. Mom3.0 says:

    Just finished listening to the show Blink

    Thanks for the reminder


    Yes you covered the computer searches yes you said it pointed to George-

    I got it then I get it now-

    This isnt new news your right but for many it was and Baez is just trying to sell books-

    You say that LE was aware of your analysis and they knew what it could mean for trying to prove the murder weapon was chloroform-


    Were they also aware of other possible info??


    If so why was it never brought up and shown? It would have been the CSI moment the jury was looking for- in horrendous technicolor-
    Something that cant be seen with the naked eye any longer due to the coverup – yet was still “there” undoubtedly thru other means-

    Very bad strategy

    If the media and all are up in arms over the missed opprotunity IRT the computer searches- then my goodness what will be said if more comes out?

    If it ever does see the light of day, one things for certain – Baez and C-word will never again be able to claim George Anthony spirited little Caylees body away and led her to believe her daughter was alive and well.. C-word knew exactly where Caylee was at every moment- She was with Casey right up until she dumped her in that swamp


    I dont understand why they went all out on the chloroform either-
    They should have went with young mother wants to party cant drop off baby at mothers or with father and uses the trunk as a baby sitter-

    WILLINGLY- putting her child in jeopordy possibly hoping for death duct tape and all for good measure= good riddance


    Mom3.0 my dear lady- we are never getting over the injustice. Channeling it for me has been difficult, but she is also my beacon. I continue to believe in delayed purpose here, I wish I had more motivational direction.


  2. erose says:

    I am too ignorant of the CA case to discuss, but found the info on the pod cast fascinating, in that the evidence on the search engine could lead in different directions and the prosecutors made an informed judgement call that perhaps cost them the case. I did see the trial and the fiasco that the computer forensics and Cindy Anthony’s testimony caused on that aspect of the case. I am guessing that most of that family will have a hard time ever finding peace.

    TY Blink for discussing Kyron’s case. The *school* period.

    You have my interest as to which cold case you are going to be writing about, and curious as to why you chose to cover it, as in if it is relevant to current cases.

    I know you people, any hints I give you will have it 10 seconds, lol.
    I hope to answer your questions within the piece. It has a recent relevance, yes.

  3. twinkletoes says:

    :o ( Missing Iowa girls’ bodies likely found.

  4. twinkletoes says:

    That was supposed to be a sad face. Ooops

    No doubt twink, these girlies- what does it take?


  5. wpg says:


    CNN reporting sad news out of Iowa – - possibly the 2 cousins.


  6. Nikki says:

    in the podcast, you say you have a screen shot of JB office reading here, I have indeed been a reader since the case started. just curious, has the one whose name we dont speak been here and read through your articles? I have read that she reads everything written about her.

    I can say that Cword is well aware of who I am and some of my contributions to this case.

  7. Christy says:

    I can, with 100% clarity, imagine Cword searching the interwebs for anything and everything about herself.
    Can you imagine the searches she has to do?? C-word, Cword, she who won’t be named, KC, …..narcissistic b****.
    I hope she has the worst, fiery, nightmares, but as we know, she probably doesn’t.

    As my daughter says, referring to her type…. C U Next Tuesday.
    (said child is 22, so her wording and spelling it out is ok)

  8. A Texas Grandfather says:


    The Cword IMO is a sociopath and they do not have a working portion of their brain that makes good or bad evaluations as do normal people.

    If you have access to a good library, you may find “The Sociopath Next Door” by Martha Stout. This will give you a larger view of how they operate.

  9. Wordgirl says:

    TGF, thx for the support. I also think has some great stuff, if you sort and dig–the format is a little odd, but they are very helpful with questions, as well.

  10. Lyndsay says:

    Blink, I can’t wait to hear more about this cold case that you are working on.
    The chloroform as murder weapon never made real sense to me. Thank you for spelling out what I never was able to put together!
    The CWord has never worked an honest day in her life. I am certain she will spend the rest of her life as a shameless grifter. I anticipate we will no doubt see her in the news one day having victimized someone else, and actually paying the consequences for it. I attribute this in large part to Cindy Anthony being unwilling to impose consequences on her daughter at many, MANY points in CWord’s life. IMO, kids learn very early what they can get away with. Girl could steal freely from her own grandparents without having to face any repercussions. Why should she change now? But oh well, that’s enough words expended on her for one day.

    ANYWAY…one more question I have is whether you will be covering the Israel Keyes (murderer of Samantha Koenig) serial killer case. He confessed to more murders prior to his suicide, but police haven’t released any victims’ names (other than the couple in Vermont). Very VERY interesting developments there. The administrator of a Facebook page for this case has created a fairly elaborate timeline for his actions and whereabouts going back very far. Surely there are many more victims in other states that he can be connected to. They even mapped out a possible trail that he took and overlayed it (I think) with unsolved missing and murdered cases. The power of blogs and social media, people! :-) If you’re interested, here it is:

  11. Lyndsay says:

    Also forgot to mention that I think CWord will turn into a Sante Kimes type, marrying men for their money and enablement of her continuous grifting, abuse and lack of responsibility, and possibly turning into a Black Widow type. I can’t even look at a picture of her without freaking myself out – she has those creepy sociopathic dead-stare eyes.
    Sante’s (non-criminal) son wrote an interesting book about growing up with her that could be seen as a case study in female sociopathy.

    Too attractive and public for that, imo

    The shark eyes thing for me is only validated by someone’s personal observation.

  12. Christy says:

    Just purchased it…its downloading into my tablet reader as we speak. Wordgirl, is that your book?

    I had a little debate recently about people who lack empathy being high drama. I have first hand knowledge via a family member who is borderline personality/bipolar/narcissistic disorder who is a drama queen, and lacks empathy.
    I can say I’d never be surprised if she did anything horrible…

    I digress.

    off to read a bit before bed.

  13. Lyndsay says:

    Christy, I think the “dramatic” nature of sociopaths that you see is probably due to the lack of impulse control and desire for immediate gratification. Second, borderlines aren’t sociopathic and lack of empathy isn’t usually a trait of theirs (as defined by DSM-IV). They are however highly narcissistic.

    I would submit that on occasion empathy is displayed in order for the subject to fit in, as in, a learned and mimmicked response.

  14. A Texas Grandfather says:

    Your welcome Wordgirl.

    The sad part of the prosecution’s strategy is that the medical examiner testified in a very clear manner that she thought the cause of death was suffocation by the use of the duct tape. Did the state not work sufficiently with this knowledgable woman to understand what she would testify on the stand? I suppose not.

  15. Christy says:

    The particular borderline personality disorder individual I deal with, she can fake that she cares and someone who is unknowing to her will 100% believe her.
    To me and my mom, we see right through it. So does anyone that’s known her over 6 months.
    She will have what appears to be empathy, but its fake and as Blink says, it’s learned.

    Example, I was explaining over the phone to her how I was caring for a very sick relative on my husbands side. very very sick. I was very exhausted and stressed and totally worried about said relative.
    She interrupted me to boss around the girl giving her a pedicure.
    But, she would come back and fake the ‘omg…I’m so sorry. I understand’.

  16. A Texas Grandfather says:


    I assume that the book I recommended is the one downloaded on your kindle. I think it will help you to understand how sociopaths have similar lack of feelings, but will aquaint you with the many varieties of sociopathic behavior.

    Some sociopaths delight in creating drama for themselves by creating problems for others. The Cword began as a lier and continued on her way to become a thief and finally the commission of murder to remove a perceived threat to her freedom.

    She was playing everyone for all she could get, but in the end she didn’t get the boyfriend that she wanted. She instead got used by him.

    I believe that somewhere down the line she will apply her sociopathic skills and make someone angry enough to remove her from the planet.

    Sociopaths begin as children and by the time they are school age, they weave tall tales about themselves and practice them until they believe them to be true. Unless a loving knowledgable parent is willing to take steps to guide them away from this behavior, there will be little chance for them to succeed in life. A parent like Cindy does not have enough skills herself to help such a child. She instead became a primary enabler for Cword.

  17. Christy says:

    ATG, yes it’s the book you recommended. I have started reading it a little. I’ve had a wicked sinus infection that will not let up and I’ve been miserable. Reading has been out for me most nights. :(

    I agree with your statement about her making someone angry enough to remove her someday. I think her being gone from this planet will not be a bad thing.

    I’m honestly surprised she’s still here.

    Merry Christmas everyone. Hope everyone has a blessed holiday and finds something to be thankful for.

  18. Mom3.0 says:

    Blink thanks for talking me down-

    I apologize for not responding sooner unfortunately me and mine have all been battling the flu-

    You are right I still have not come to terms with the injustice- and like you I am still trying to figure out the greater plan or as you put it the “delayed purpose”.

    Thanks for answering my questions and I truly do not understand their very poor strategy AT ALL-

    We all try our best and I now they did theirs – I guess the Anthonys and all that encompasses was just too much of a hurdle for them to overcome-

    I often think the state would have been better off going after the lot of them and not trying to see any one person as an advocate for Caylee- as clearly they were on C words side from the get go- – it seems they all played the police and the prosecution and I have to wonder if it wasnt the “plan” very early on.

    The State clearly missed many opportunities by trying to have the Anthonys on their side…

    Well thanks again Blink and I look forward to your coverage of the cold case-

    I will take my guess and say Jon Benet?

    Peace to all


    I hope you are all feeling better Mom3.0. Welcome back, and no, is not Jon Benet this time-

  19. lizzy says:

    What are the benefits of appealing the CWORD “lying” convictions just as she completes her sentence?

    necessity only. As a defense practice. It is an effort to avoid pecuniary issues.

  20. lizzy says:

    Or is it just a delaying tactic for the Zaneida civil case?

  21. sam hawthorne says:

    i have been reading your commment section on kh missing and i started reading about the beginning of march and not much before that, except i followed it some in the beginnning of the case. anyway i am struck by how one of your regular posters always seems to have intimate knowledge of this case and always posts about the feelings of th, how she was insulted, offended, called fat, misunderstood, and it made me think, it sounds like the poster that was responding immedietly after kh’s disapearance on the news papers comment section, always giving explanations for th behavior. wondered if you had noticed or maybe checked that, maybe im seeing something not there but i wanted to mention it. thanks
    part i was following lately is:

  22. sam hawthorne says:

    after reading several blogs back i now think i was totally off base in my last post here, sorry, it is hard to navigate the many articles and posts.
    sam hawthorne says:
    March 23, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    That’s ok sam, welcome and thanks for the feedback.


  23. Idahogal says:

    Hello Blink and Co. -
    I haven’t posted in a long while, Kyron’s case still upsets me so much and I get very sad, depressed over it.

    I’m keeping my eyes and ears open daily, saying prayers for him. How I wish for answers and for Kyron to come home to his Mama. I don’t know how Desiree’ carries on, she is one helluva woman. Here is a link to a news clip in which she reads a letter to Kyron, made me cry all over again.

  24. Debra Sullivan says:

    Hi Blink!!

    You might remember me as “BeesKnees.” I posted on your blogs during the Caylee Anthony case.

    The case was slowly fading from my memory until recently when I came across someone calling herself “Olivia Westbrook” on a few recent YouTube videos relating to Casey Anthony. It didn’t take me long to realize “Olivia” is just another one of Casey’s fabrications.
    She responds to comments made about her and she sounds exactly the same as the Casey we all came to know throughout the trial. She tries to use “big words” without directly answering any questions and she continues to lie (of course).

    “Olivia” says she travels extensively and is currently in Europe. When I pointed out that many of her comments were made at 3 am, 4 am, 5 am etc CET (CET- Central Europe Time) she responded that due to jet lag she is awake all night. HAHAHA. Highly entertaining. Anyway I was going back and forth with “Olivia” for the past couple days but I can see how she eventually wears people down with her constant bullshit.

    So I did a search trying to find people who were interested in the case at the time so I could alert them of her online presence but so far I haven’t found a single soul, blogs long being closed. Unfortunately a lot of people who were not so invested in the case at the time are online now and without that first-hand knowledge of Casey’s personality are actually believing her comments and her innocence.

    I don’t know if you’re interested or not but here are a few recent YouTube uploads where “Olivia Westbrook” has been commenting on:

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