Not Guilty

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    Jul 06, 2011 1:13 PM GMT
    Casey Anthony was found not guilty yesterday? what is your reaction to this for me I am saddened and upset because i thought this evil woman was gonna get what she deserves instead she was let off a free woman and it makes no sense whatsoever. The judicial system sucks big time and should know this is a huge mistake that has been made on their part. RIP Caylee your evil whore of a mother will get what is coming to her pretty damn soon. icon_rolleyes.gificon_sad.gif
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    Jul 06, 2011 5:26 PM GMT
    Don't blame the judicial system. It was the jurors. They were presented with well enough circumstantial evidence to convict her for the murder of that poor girl, but instead they sided with the defense because "there was no definitive way to prove how she died." I'm sorry, you don't cover up an accident for that long and then pretend that it was a murder.
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    Jul 06, 2011 5:27 PM GMT
    Edward22 saidRIP Caylee your evil whore of a mother will get what is coming to her pretty damn soon.


    and yeah, I honestly wouldn't be surprised if she was killed. I'd say she should go into witness protection buttttt everyone knows what she looks like lol
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    Jul 06, 2011 5:34 PM GMT
    swmrh911 said
    Edward22 saidRIP Caylee your evil whore of a mother will get what is coming to her pretty damn soon.


    and yeah, I honestly wouldn't be surprised if she was killed. I'd say she should go into witness protection buttttt everyone knows what she looks like lol



    I have recently heard that she is planning on going to Europe and not to be mean but she better be careful because someone might kill her there since almost everyone hates her including me
  • JockChefJim

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    Jul 06, 2011 5:34 PM GMT
    swmrh911 saidDon't blame the judicial system. It was the jurors. They were presented with well enough circumstantial evidence to convict her for the murder of that poor girl, but instead they sided with the defense because "there was no definitive way to prove how she died." I'm sorry, you don't cover up an accident for that long and then pretend that it was a murder.


    You should really look up the definition of "circumstantial evidence". It is seriously difficult to get a guilty verdict based on it. If you are looking for blame, redirect it to the prosecutors for not being able to establish a tight case against her.
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    Jul 06, 2011 5:35 PM GMT
    swmrh911 saidDon't blame the judicial system. It was the jurors. They were presented with well enough circumstantial evidence to convict her for the murder of that poor girl, but instead they sided with the defense because "there was no definitive way to prove how she died." I'm sorry, you don't cover up an accident for that long and then pretend that it was a murder.
    I agree with you on that it just doesn't seem like justice was served for Caylee her mother is just plain creep and evil
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    Jul 06, 2011 5:54 PM GMT
    Im a firm believer in what goes around, comes around. She better watch out any where she goes. She will have a long miserable life....i hope her death will be the same way.
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    Jul 06, 2011 5:58 PM GMT
    redbull saidIm a firm believer in what goes around, comes around. She better watch out any where she goes. She will have a long miserable life....i hope her death will be the same way.
    I agree she is gonna get what she deserves it is only a matter of time. icon_smile.gif
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    Jul 06, 2011 6:11 PM GMT
    redbull saidIm a firm believer in what goes around, comes around. She better watch out any where she goes. She will have a long miserable life....i hope her death will be the same way.


    I think someone is gonna murk her ass....

    Unfortunately they Prosecution didnt have enough evidence to show... beyond a reasonable doubt.... and with the defense's use of the molestation defense.... they clouded the jurys vision enough to create some confusion....

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    Jul 06, 2011 6:13 PM GMT
    ZbmwM5 said
    redbull saidIm a firm believer in what goes around, comes around. She better watch out any where she goes. She will have a long miserable life....i hope her death will be the same way.


    I think someone is gonna murk her ass....
    Agreed
  • iHavok

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    Jul 06, 2011 6:27 PM GMT
    Without having anything to go on other than the sensationalized garbage the news puts out, it's hard to be that upset over it.

    If she did it, Karma will give her what she deserves.

    If she didn't, then justice was served.
  • JockChefJim

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    Jul 06, 2011 6:40 PM GMT
    iHavok saidWithout having anything to go on other than the sensationalized garbage the news puts out, it's hard to be that upset over it.

    If she did it, Karma will give her what she deserves.

    If she didn't, then justice was served.


    Agreed. This is exactly why trial cases should not be broadcasted on TV. If people want to follow a case, they can research it online. Let these attorneys and jury's do their job without the extra pressure of "performing" for the camera.
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    Jul 06, 2011 6:46 PM GMT
    I have a real problem with this case and honestly I am very conflicted about it. The fact that the evidence is inconclusive (to a point) means that the verdict according to law is correct, fair, and just. But here's my thing.

    Morality aside, I believe that when it comes to certain crimes, human rights and this comfy-cozy "death penalty" crap should go out the window.

    If the punishment for someone who is actually proven guilty of murdering a child was significantly more severe and disturbing, then broadcast over the news, maybe...just maybe, some people would re-think killing their children because they would be AFRAID of the CONSEQUENCES.

    I feel very strongly that a convicted/proven child murderer should be publicly tarred and feathered followed by a slow and painful flaying. As barberrack and horrible such an act would be, it would have a dramatic impact that could prevent some people from carrying out such terrible crimes.

    Much like the argument between punishing a child via spanking or no spanking. A spanking results in a healthy respect/fear of a parent. While it should and must be reinforced by love; when you spank a child, they learn that when/if they do something wrong there are consequences that they, most likey, will not want to face thus preventing them from taking certain unacceptable actions. Lord knows it did for me.

    The confliction I feel specifically on this case is the final determination of the questionable cause of Caylee's death, which was "Accidental Drowning"

    If that was the case, the death of a child could defiantly cause someone/a mother to loose their mind so her actions would then, while tragic and bizarre, would be somewhat understandable. If Casey truly had a break in sanity, caused by the death of her child, her punishment should be mild and she should be incarcerated and inducted into a mental facility.

    I'm not sure what to believe because of the questionable evidence. Here's the thing...Her coldness, unremorseful re-actions and responses I have witnessed throughout the case do not say that she is innocent and I find them very disturbing. They give me real sense that Casey did in fact murder her child and my gut is usually right. I trust it.
    Sadly, I too cannot prove without any reasonable doubt that she violently murdered her child.

    If she did, her true judgment/payment will come to her in some fashion.
  • shawn06

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    Jul 06, 2011 6:55 PM GMT
    I just hate the fact that people want her convicted based on no real evidence of her murdering her daughter. While I find it hard to believe that she is completely innocent, I'm not gonna take a persons life from them unless I know for absolute certainty that she is guilty. Now put yourself in one of these jurors shoes, listen to a prosecution tell you that a mother murdered her daughter because she was "getting to old and was gonna tell people about her lies", have absolute nothing to actually back this theory up and put them in jail for life. The jury did not want blood on their hands for something that was not proven, this was all theory and the little evidence available all had to do with lies. No matter how many times casey anthony lied, she never once admitted to killing little caylee and without evidence to back it up it's just better to let her go.
  • JockChefJim

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    Jul 07, 2011 8:40 PM GMT
    Well.....she may have been found not guilty of murder, but with having to pay over $300,000.00 icon_eek.gif in prosecuting and defense lawyer fees, court fees, and police power fees.....I bet she will be wishing she had been given the death seat. Best she will be able to find is a minimum wage job.......that won't pay off that debt.
  • rf_dal

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    Jul 07, 2011 8:45 PM GMT
    Yeah, you can't throw the justice system out the window because you're "pretty sure she did it." icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jul 07, 2011 8:47 PM GMT
    rf_dal saidYeah, you can't throw the justice system out the window because you're "pretty sure she did it." icon_rolleyes.gif


    I agree. I have upset a lot of people the last couple days for defending the jury's decision.
  • masculumpedes

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    Jul 07, 2011 8:51 PM GMT
    Keep in mind..."Not Guilty"...doesn't mean "Innocent". icon_wink.gif
  • rf_dal

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    Jul 07, 2011 8:52 PM GMT
    JockChefJim said
    rf_dal saidYeah, you can't throw the justice system out the window because you're "pretty sure she did it." icon_rolleyes.gif


    I agree. I have upset a lot of people the last couple days for defending the jury's decision.


    Really easy to know who not to keep talking to then. ;) It's pretty naive, imagine they did convict her, kill her, and then find out it actually was someone or something else. Then people would be mad at the judicial system for that. There's no making people happy who don't understand.
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    Jul 07, 2011 9:29 PM GMT
    rf_dal saidYeah, you can't throw the justice system out the window because you're "pretty sure she did it." icon_rolleyes.gif
    Agreed
  • dhinkansas

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    Jul 07, 2011 9:49 PM GMT
    Cases can be won without a cause of death, or even a body. It doesn't happen often, but for a case to be successfully prosecuted, sufficient evidence should be submitted to somehow tie everything together.
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    Jul 07, 2011 9:52 PM GMT
    Yeah, well, OJ thought he got away with it....but Karma is One Hell Of A Bitch!!!

    BTW, where is he sitting now?

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