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    Part 2: George & Cindy's "Charity" Website Suspended

    As I continue writing my next post about Trayvon Martin’s tragic death and George Zimmerman’s present situation, I thought it would be interesting to let you know what’s been happening in the world of George and Cindy. After all, it wasn’t all THAT long ago when the Anthony family owned the daily headlines…

    On March 17, I reported that their Caylee’s Fund charity had been suspended. Well, lo and behold, it’s back up and running. However, that’s not my reason for this post. It seems that Dr. Phil’s six-figure donation (whatever the amount) has not been paid, or it’s been safely tucked away somewhere, out of the public’s view. In any event, it looks like their fundraising endeavors have been a bust. Take a look and see for yourself:


    You can also do your own search HERE by typing “caylee” inside the box to the right of “Business Name:” (sans “quotation” marks)

    Remember, the new charity has nothing to do with missing children. It focuses on grandparents’ rights, or lack thereof, in the state of Florida. As such, I reserve comment on what I think about it, but it is a legitimate organization.

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    Reader Comments (8)

    Looks like someone should write the Dr Phil show and include this article with the screen shot of the web page and ask "where is the money they received from the show?"

    April 14, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterconniefl

    I picture him doing community watch in jail walking around with a shaken up can of soda...ready to open fire :)

    April 17, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterspygirl

    Cindy an George phillosphy on any moneys they can clutch in there paws.Charity begins at home......An in there case ends there.

    April 20, 2012 | Registered Commenterecossie possie

    God love ya Matey! I needed a good smile and you are very charitable in that department. Thank you!

    April 20, 2012 | Registered CommenterSnoopySleuth

    I'd like to know if Dr. Phil ever paid that money because he said he wouldn't pay it if he found out they lied.....seems to me he could've found out easily enough.

    [I haven't seen it surface yet.]

    May 21, 2012 | Registered CommenterMystical Pippin

    I guarantee it wasn't Dr phil that didnt hold up his end of the bargain............It takes money to re-model the inside of the Anthony's home etc etc etc .....The Anthony's know where the money is.

    May 29, 2012 | Unregistered Commentersherlock

    Its been said publicly, from someone who claims to have the scoop from someone very close and inside the anthony's camp, that cindy gave casey $120,000.00 of the money that dr phil gave them.

    IF dr phil is truly an ethical person, he would investigate, find out the truth, and do what should be done.

    I personally believe that anyone in the anthony camp are nothing but liars, scammer, and they have shown me that little Caylee didn't mean much in their lives at all. But that's MY opinion.

    May 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterInDisbelief

    While I agree with both your assertions about the Anthonys, I do believe the donation came without restrictions, other than to go to the charity. So far, I haven't seen it listed, so where is the money? I have no idea. Can Dr. Phil do anything about it? I seriously doubt it. Too bad, too.

    May 31, 2012 | Registered CommenterDave Knechel

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