Caylee Anthony
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#122 Jul 5, 2011
Simply_Red wrote:
<quoted text>I'm speechless but am thinking real unpleasant thoughts towards the jury and Casey.
I'm glad I'm not alone. I am really afraid that other "mothers" like this will see her get away with it and we may see more of this. It makes me sick to think so, but IMO the jury may have just enabled them.

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#123 Jul 5, 2011
Poor little Caylee....

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#124 Jul 5, 2011
I agree, JFR. People keep saying, the evidence wasn't there. BS! It was all around them. At the end of the day, Caylee was forgotten.

I wonder why some cases are like this one, and some you never ever hear about?

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#125 Jul 5, 2011
As I jokingly said in another forum, the pro-choice people should be glad. All age limits on killing a child you are the mother of are effectively eliminated. But I was only being facetious. I know the difference between what is legal and illegal.

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#126 Jul 6, 2011
Well tomorrow we see if Casey gets any more jail time for lying to Police, or will get off with time served.

Why lie to the Police if it really was just a "simple drowning"?

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#127 Jul 6, 2011
Concerned_American wrote:
Well tomorrow we see if Casey gets any more jail time for lying to Police, or will get off with time served.
Why lie to the Police if it really was just a "simple drowning"?
Exactly! And who puts duct tape on a dead child?

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#128 Jul 6, 2011
missing_goldfish wrote:
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Exactly! And who puts duct tape on a dead child?
Maybe if they want to keep the worms out? That might be how hillbillies think. And yes, plenty of people do lie in cases of accidents and self-defense out of a pathological fear of the system.

But yes, all this and other details seems to point to guilt. Of course, the more I pore over the details, I am thinking that maybe she didn't know where the hell she was most of the time and lived in this fantasy world and really didn't know what she did to Caylee. Maybe trapped in a mentally-ill fugue state.

I heard something Nancy Grace said on one of the related videos and she sounded dangerously close to defamation to me. She not only attacked Casey on the air, saying there was a miscarriage of justice, but she also besmirched the jury. She bashed them for not taking notes, said that one seemed to pay more attention to flicking a pen, and that a good number of the jurors had criminal records or at least some sort of animus against the system.

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#129 Jul 7, 2011
Purple Gurl wrote:
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Maybe if they want to keep the worms out? That might be how hillbillies think. And yes, plenty of people do lie in cases of accidents and self-defense out of a pathological fear of the system.
But yes, all this and other details seems to point to guilt. Of course, the more I pore over the details, I am thinking that maybe she didn't know where the hell she was most of the time and lived in this fantasy world and really didn't know what she did to Caylee. Maybe trapped in a mentally-ill fugue state.
I heard something Nancy Grace said on one of the related videos and she sounded dangerously close to defamation to me. She not only attacked Casey on the air, saying there was a miscarriage of justice, but she also besmirched the jury. She bashed them for not taking notes, said that one seemed to pay more attention to flicking a pen, and that a good number of the jurors had criminal records or at least some sort of animus against the system.
Worms? Come on. The duct tape was for keeping her quiet and then one more piece to kill her. Then you make really sure by putting her in plastic trashbags and carrying her around in a stifling hot car trunk until you can't stand the stench. She isn't stupid. She knows what will happen when you do those things. She's always proven herself to be smart, weaving all those lies. Her life just didn't have room in it for a child. She was just so concerned about herself. She ripped her family apart for her own selfish reasons.

Nancy Grace does step over the line at times, but she was the voice for Caylee. As a prosecutor, she never lost a case. I don't always agree with her, but she says what she thinks. What she said did not influence me about Casey's guilt or innocence. But what I heard in court did. All the wild stories Jose Baez threw out there made me less likely to believe anything else he said. I disagreed with some of the stuff Ashton said, too. I felt Casey was not credible at all with all her lies, and the lack of empathy she felt during those 31 days. A woman/mother who really cared about her child missing more than an hour would be frantic! But she didn't talk about her, cry about her, nothing. Nothing but partying. Because she knew she didn't have to worry. She knew exactly where Caylee was, and she knew she was dead, because she killed her.

And the thing about giving out names and addresses on the jury, I think that's wrong. They did their civic duty, now they don't have to worry about some nutjob coming after them because the nutjob didn't like the way the verdict came out. That's just wrong.

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#130 Jul 8, 2011
its cases like this that makes u Really hope there is a God.
Maybe then justice can be found for the lil one..
Concerned American

Hugoton, KS

#131 Jul 8, 2011
I saw Mason on TV today. He seemed to be talking highly of Casey. Now thinking back to what the defence said in trial, that the other side failed to prove the cause of death. But they never seem to say, if Casey would have called the Police within the first 2-3 minutes (time to try to save Caylee), then maybe the cause of death could have been proven. I think she did not call the Police as there might not have been nothing to call the Police to at that location. But a quick call could have proven things. It's so amazeing the defence makes so very much about the unproven cause of death, but seems to forget it was Casey that did not call in a timely manner.

Plus Mason talked about Cindy talking about the computer searches, when it would seem that she was at the Hospital, when she said she was at home on the computer. Granted, she should have her day in court, so this would not hang over her head if she is really innocent. But Mason seemed to say, lets move on, there are other murder trials to do, the Anthony's have suffered enough, so lets move on. Well I feel that this is not the answer. If someone may have lied on the witness stand, shouldn't the court try to determine what may have happened, and sent a message to people in future trials not to tell any possible lies.

In the Casey case, things seemed to point towards Casey looking on the computer for items possiblly related to a alledge possible future murder. When Cindy said that she, not Casey looked up things on the computer , it seemed to have taken the wind out of the other sides case. Later it seemed to show that Cindy may have lied, but seems liked the point was now lost, that if Cindy did not do the searches then it falls back to Casey looking thing up.

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#132 Jul 8, 2011
missing_goldfish wrote:
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Worms? Come on. The duct tape was for keeping her quiet and then one more piece to kill her. Then you make really sure by putting her in plastic trashbags and carrying her around in a stifling hot car trunk until you can't stand the stench. She isn't stupid. She knows what will happen when you do those things. She's always proven herself to be smart, weaving all those lies. Her life just didn't have room in it for a child. She was just so concerned about herself. She ripped her family apart for her own selfish reasons.
Nancy Grace does step over the line at times, but she was the voice for Caylee. As a prosecutor, she never lost a case. I don't always agree with her, but she says what she thinks. What she said did not influence me about Casey's guilt or innocence. But what I heard in court did. All the wild stories Jose Baez threw out there made me less likely to believe anything else he said. I disagreed with some of the stuff Ashton said, too. I felt Casey was not credible at all with all her lies, and the lack of empathy she felt during those 31 days. A woman/mother who really cared about her child missing more than an hour would be frantic! But she didn't talk about her, cry about her, nothing. Nothing but partying. Because she knew she didn't have to worry. She knew exactly where Caylee was, and she knew she was dead, because she killed her.
And the thing about giving out names and addresses on the jury, I think that's wrong. They did their civic duty, now they don't have to worry about some nutjob coming after them because the nutjob didn't like the way the verdict came out. That's just wrong.
The bottom line is, the State failed to prove that Casey killed her daughter. A defense attorney has an obligation to- if possible- put seeds of doubt in a jury's minds that his client commited the act by presenting the possibilities that others *could* have done it. It wasn't proven that Casey, her parents or the boogieman did it. To have her (eventually) executed for this because polls say *she did it* is not justice for the child. It's closure only for the community, much like the southern justice of our not-so-distant past where some n***** was lynched because of something another might have done. The Anthonys are awful people. Exactly how awful, we may never know. Very sad.

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#133 Jul 8, 2011
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>The bottom line is, the State failed to prove that Casey killed her daughter. A defense attorney has an obligation to- if possible- put seeds of doubt in a jury's minds that his client commited the act by presenting the possibilities that others *could* have done it. It wasn't proven that Casey, her parents or the boogieman did it. To have her (eventually) executed for this because polls say *she did it* is not justice for the child. It's closure only for the community, much like the southern justice of our not-so-distant past where some n***** was lynched because of something another might have done. The Anthonys are awful people. Exactly how awful, we may never know. Very sad.
Did ya see where a Mexican was executed in TX while the White House was imploring them not to? LMAO. Lost cause there! Texas likes community justice whether they get it right or wrong, the show must go on! No way was TX going to listen to Obama here LMAO

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#134 Jul 8, 2011
Now, where is she going to go? If she goes back to her own house, she'll be harassed and threatened. Plus I don't think she will be welcome with her family either. I mean, her father attempted suicide over this, and the lawyer basically called him and his son child molesters. So I don't think she'll get a warm reception there. I don't know how well she'll be received abroad. I know Australia was founded by criminals, and even today tend to be accepting, but I don't know how well they would accept her down under.

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#135 Jul 8, 2011
The Geno wrote:
<quoted text>Did ya see where a Mexican was executed in TX while the White House was imploring them not to? LMAO. Lost cause there! Texas likes community justice whether they get it right or wrong, the show must go on! No way was TX going to listen to Obama here LMAO
It was that same urgency that last year (?) caused them to execute a (white) father for murder/arson in the deaths of his children and THEN they discovered that the fire was accidental! You can take a person off death row when DNA or new evidence exonerates them, but, you can't dig them up, say "sorry" and give them their life back. THAT is why I'm against the death penalty and why I'm against a rush to judgement.

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#136 Jul 8, 2011
I didn't like how Nancy Grace addressed juror #3, nor how she kept using slurs against Casey.

As for her being a "voice" for Caylee, it seems that she was prejudiced from the beginning. It was not being investigated for a reason. The evidence just was not there. I think Nancy's real problem is a chip on the shoulder created from her own experiences growing up that were never fully dealt with. So many abuse victims become delusional and see abuse everywhere. If you are only looking for one thing, you will find it everywhere. Like what about the one abuse victim who presented herself up as an expert on SRA ("Satanic Ritual Abuse) crimes? Her paranoia got many people falsely arrested. Once innocence projects got involved, they uncovered the shoddy police work, manufactured evidence, intimidated victims/witnesses, and flimsy cues passing for circumstantial evidence.

As for the lies, I don't know if she was knowingly and willfully lying. Why would you take someone to a studio building where you don't work for and then change your mind and say you don't? That sounds like a mentally ill person.

Even the judge felt he had to be a you-know-what about the lying charges. I think the real issues prompting him to give the maximum sentences for the "lying" were political pressure and a wounded ego. He expected, perhaps because of an ethnic chip on his shoulder, to have the jurors to eat out of his hands and give him what he wanted. So he had to take it out on what little that did stick.

If people really want to talk about a miscarriage of justice, talk about the transsexual woman who was beaten to death, after premeditation. They got the maximum sentence alright - for misdemeanor simple assault. But I like that judge's attitude, something like, "I regret that I cannot give you all more time, but this was all that the state charged you guys with. You should both kiss the ground you walk on and thank whatever creator you believe in because I am not in the habit of giving 6 months for murder."

Or, take Dan White, who gunned down 2 politicians and attempted to kill 2 others. He got 7 years, claiming he had a thyroid disease and ate a lot of junk food. The night of the trial, there were 2 separate riots. The first was a vigil that got out of hand, and the other was a counter-riot by members of the police force. They blamed gays for the first riot and randomly stormed gay bars, destroyed the places, and attacked people who were there all night and not a part of the rioting.

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#137 Jul 8, 2011
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>It was that same urgency that last year (?) caused them to execute a (white) father for murder/arson in the deaths of his children and THEN they discovered that the fire was accidental! You can take a person off death row when DNA or new evidence exonerates them, but, you can't dig them up, say "sorry" and give them their life back. THAT is why I'm against the death penalty and why I'm against a rush to judgement.
But, if later he is found to be innocent, TX always has the, "It was God's will that he died" card to play.

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#138 Jul 8, 2011
The Geno wrote:
<quoted text>But, if later he is found to be innocent, TX always has the, "It was God's will that he died" card to play.
That's a stacked deck, for sure. Under this constitution, that doesn't play out. So far....
Concerned American

Hugoton, KS

#139 Jul 12, 2011
POLICE INTERVIEW 7/16/08:



First few minutes, police talk about what she has written about the "missing child" before tape was rolling, made sure she knew tape was now rolling, asked her if statement(s) was correct, if not then this was the time to change her story.

She said statement was true, and went on to tell about the nanny, how long she knew her, where she lived, and how long she had been taking care of Caylee.
Concerned American

Hugoton, KS

#140 Jul 13, 2011
The plot thickens. I was at work today on my 4th 12 hour shift. Does anyone know the latest news.

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#141 Oct 16, 2011
Casey is still hot, and so is that chick that was aquitted for murder in France or where ever the hell it was.

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