Oh yes, and he provided way too much obvious opportunity to be interrupted.
I couldn't follow at all what the problem was with questions about the duct tape and gas canisters though. About all that came through was some question formed around a deliberate misinterpretation about what George said prior (don't know about no ducttape, or something like that). It would normally be an introduction to a line of questions and now stuck out like a sore thumb.
The way I understand it:
George Anthony is a strong witness for the prosecution.
Baez made the allegations that George molested Casey starting when she was 8 years old and that's why supposedly Casey is messed up and used to lie and act as if nothing happened, explaining her behavior whey she did not report Caylee missing. Baez also claimed, Caylee was not missing as George found Caylee drowned in the pool and helped to dispose her body.
Baez is also trying to destroy George's credibility which is IMO the main reason for all his very detailed questions and sometimes, IMO trying to put words into George's mouth or misrepresent as Baez was trying to cut George off when George wanted to give an explanation to Baez's question but Baez only wanted to hear a yes or no answer, the judge did not allow it.
At one point early in the investigation, George must have said he does not have duct tape (I cannot remember details) and Baez asked him now if there was duct tape and George said, he had lots of tapes at his home. George probably didn't know what duct tape would be found on Caylee's remains and Baez asked if George had put some duct tape on some gas canisters. This questions was sustained. Baez then asked if George used duct tape to put up flyers when Caylee was missing, this question was also sustained.
Baez asked if George could remember which clothes Caylee was wearing when he saw her the last time she was alive, June 16 2008. George said Yes. Baez went on to question him if the reason he remembered that was because he knew is was the last time he had seen Caylee alive (bringing in his 'she drowned in the pool' theory). Question was sustained. Then Baez went on if he remembered what Cindy was wearing that day, question sustained. Then Baez asked if he remembered what his wife Cindy wear last Tuesday... question sustained.
Finally, the judge had enough, interrupted the proceeding, looked up the uoles in one large folder and read it out loud. I cannot remember the exact wording, maybe it's on again later on.