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Casey Anthony acquitted of killing young daughter.

I haven't been tuned into this case much so I can't really give my opinion one way or the other! But listening to the news medias, well, in their minds, the lady was tried, convicted and considered gone for good! Apparently not... as far as the jury was concerned!!!

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RevDocLove

Jul 5 @ 5:10PM  
Did you read all of the negative comments on the story ??
Unbelievable how many convicted her without being on the jury
That's just plumb fuckin' stoopid
hog77297

Jul 5 @ 6:29PM  
Well I think she should marry OJ Simpson!
40DWM

Jul 5 @ 6:31PM  
IMHO< the prosecutors had lots of circumstantial evidence, but....no factual evidence.
Last I heard, they need to prove beyond a doubt.....It was a fekked up case to begin with.
Yes, emotionally, she killed her daughter. There was not enough real evidence, just
speculation.......She'll walk further than O.J.

People get away with murder 1, all the time. Real life, ain't CSI. If you think that real

cops are as smart as on TV......
Strega

Jul 5 @ 6:49PM  
I courts you have to prove someone did it beyond a shadow of reasonable doubt. It does not matter what you think but what they can prove. The court system does not always work that way as in some states up to 30% of inmates were wrongly convicted of crimes. But if the state can not prove their case then the jury did the right thing no matter what personal opinions might be.
sugarnspice005

Jul 5 @ 7:15PM  
I wasn't surprised about the acquittal on the 1st degree murder charge as I didn't think there was evidence to prove that beyond reasonable doubt. The other two charges, Aggravated Manslaughter and Aggravated Child Abuse, I was a bit surprised she wasn't found guilty on....BUT, I wasn't in that courtroom, I wasn't on the jury, so I don't know ALL of the evidence presented. But from what I understand, it was mainly circumstantial, which is hard to get a conviction with.

Regardless of all of the armchair legal debating, there still remains the fact a 2 yr old was killed and the killer is walking. And that is the saddest part of this whole mess.
Strega

Jul 5 @ 7:18PM  
Cases like this is the reason I think they should take people like Nancy Grace off the air. People tend to think with their emotions and not logic after week after week of people being tried by the media.
Wordsofwit

Jul 5 @ 9:15PM  
I'll be glad when I don't hear about it anymore. But there will always be another case that comes up involving a good looking woman being accused of murder or being murdered. I still say if Casey Anthony had been homely and overweight most of us would have heard nothing about it.
Strega

Jul 5 @ 10:03PM  
I still say if Casey Anthony had been homely and overweight most of us would have heard nothing about it.

If the child had been a black kid from the ghetto or a Native American kid from the rez or a Hispanic kid would everyone have cared as much or does being that good looking white woman or pretty white child make their life more precious to Americans and to those reporting the news?
sugarnspice005

Jul 5 @ 10:09PM  
You know..whether a person is "ideal" in the height weight category, or overweight and short, bald, full head of hair, short, tall, black, white, brown, yellow, orange, polka dotted or fucking purple...............a life is a life, and it's ALL precious!
Wordsofwit

Jul 5 @ 10:42PM  
You know..whether a person is "ideal" in the height weight category, or overweight and short, bald, full head of hair, short, tall, black, white, brown, yellow, orange, polka dotted or fucking purple...............a life is a life, and it's ALL precious!

Of course, but would it have been interesting enough to enough people to be newsworthy? Probably not, certainly nothing beyond a bit of local coverage
Wordsofwit

Jul 6 @ 1:27AM  
The trial is over. The jury rendered the verdict based upon the evidence presented. I am certain that it was a very strenuous, highly pressurized, experience for the jurors. But twelve people did their best in their deliberations. They were in that courtroom taking in every detail. We weren't. It was upon them to make the determination and call it as they saw it. They did.

The rest of us are just flapping our gums with pointless conversation as only twelve people meant a damn in determining this case and they are not engaged in discourse on this site. I feel that too many people are reacting to a verdict that they didn't approve of despite the fact that they were not in the court room deliberating the evidence presented.

One of the good things in our nation and many other western nations is how the judicial system works. It is not perfect, nothing is. But there are some on here that would appear to prefer to have just skipped the trial and gotten down to the lynching.

America has this black and white sorting mentality. Things are often a shade of grey. Except for the child, I saw no "good guys" in any of this. We may have not gotten truth or justice, but we got the American way and the best part of it as best as twelve good people could determine.
RevDocLove

Jul 6 @ 9:24AM  
But there are some on here that would appear to prefer to have just skipped the trial and gotten down to the lynching.

Especially on MD..including several Canadians
soft_touch938

Jul 6 @ 10:52AM  
We forget that a working jury is not to base their decision on emotions...just evidence. Regardless of what they personally thought of Casey or even if they thought she did it, the fact remains...evidence and it wasn't there. There was reasonable doubt and to convict her on emotions or personal opinion while having reasonable doubt...how could they live with that? I couldn't.

We'll never know if Casey killed her or Kaylee drowned in the pool and they were all involved with covering it up to save Casey's ass from a neglect charge or maybe even involuntary manslaughter.

We'll just never know. The only thing we do know is...they all lie, lie, lie and the truth may never be known.

We know that a very sweet child is gone forever. The trial is over. Twelve people have spoken in the best way they could. The media should just move on...including Nancy Grace!
40DWM

Jul 10 @ 11:35PM  
Better late than never....

Wonder if Scott Peterson wishes he had THIS jury? I'm just saying....
Wordsofwit

Jul 11 @ 12:02AM  
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StraddleMyNose

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Jul 11 @ 12:20AM  
I'm tired of hearing about it already.

The thing is, there are going to be some idiots gunning for her out in public.
flavorbuster

Jul 11 @ 3:01PM  
The man just typed, copied, & pasted the story so you guys didn't hear it from him you just read it so why is everyone hasty about the subject ? She spent about two years behind bars already & was found not guilty so I guess the justice system felt it was enough. I myself think the outcome was bull shit & the poor little girl is gone which I'm very sorry for but I guarantee what goes around comes around. Someone will eventually snuff Casey out in the free world.

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