Saturday, February 17, 2007

This past week, Florida Circuit Judge Larry Seidlin ordered new DNA samples from Anna Nicole Smith's body even though the medical examiner said he had plenty of samples. I saw some videotape of the judge meeting with lawyers about Smith's body (the big question is who gets to bury Smith) and this guy is weird. Here's a word for word snippet during the meeting. They were discussing whether Smith's body would start decomposing (just yesterday it was finally ordered to be embalmed).

"The body belongs to me now. It's cold but it won't decompose so fast, that baby is on a cold cold storage room. It's not decaying so fast. I can go over there now and look at it and I can go back in a month and still look at it so there's no rush. We're not rushing; I am not rushing. We're crossing every t and dotting every i; we're gonna spend a lot of time together. It's a nice group." Can we say creepy? Is he even playing with a full deck? That's what I want to know.

Hopefully Smith will be buried soon but she's turning into another Brown scenario. Brown, who died back in December, has yet to be buried himself because of a dispute over his estate. Why can't we just let our deceased have an expedient and honorable burial?


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