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Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

A few yrs ago, I took a package to the post office for mailing. The postal clerk said 'Wales is in the South Pacific, right'? I wanted to weep.  (Nov 9, 2014 | post #529927)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Yoo-hoo ~ have a good recommend for you: 'Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter' by Tom Franklin. Think it came out 2 yrs ago. Excellent writing.  (Nov 3, 2014 | post #529687)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Which is that Original Glitch between DC and José Baez...that Transpired between Kronk and Padilla and Jose Baez...to this day... And why José Baez claimed The Crime Scene was STAGED..." What on EARTH does any of this mean? It's incomprehensible gibberish.  (Nov 2, 2014 | post #529649)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

So right. To think otherwise is just silly.  (Oct 23, 2014 | post #529186)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Hmmm... lemme think on it.  (Oct 22, 2014 | post #529147)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

No idea what a Magic Hopespring Wellspring is, but thanks for playing.  (Oct 22, 2014 | post #529145)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

No, I don't wish. I know. What are you going to do when Casey's bankruptcy is settled the same as any other bankruptcy? When there are no sudden revelations about tampering with justice? When the FBI doesn't arrest Judge Perry, Baez, Ashton, & Mason under RICO statutes? When Casey can't sue the state of Florida for slander & libel like you think she can? When Caylee doesn't come walking through the door? What will you do?  (Oct 22, 2014 | post #529139)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

HA!  (Oct 22, 2014 | post #529138)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

WEll no, she can't read. Can't write either. I bet all those 'notorized' letters, pictures, 'documents', etc. she sent to every LE agency in the country gave everyone a hearty guffaw. Right before they binned everything.  (Oct 22, 2014 | post #529133)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Sorry, but a 22-yr-old is a woman, not a 'young girl.' That makes me want to scream when I read that.  (Oct 21, 2014 | post #529088)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Yeah, her boss, who happened to be married, with his wife & little girl living 2 floors above the office. Women like her ruin it for those who truly are victims. And yeah, 22 is not 15. Why is she slinking out from under the shadows now?  (Oct 21, 2014 | post #529087)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Please provide a link to where Judge Perry told Baez & Casey to quit playing footsie under the table.  (Oct 21, 2014 | post #529081)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Wrong. A court cannot be sued for libel and/or slander.  (Oct 21, 2014 | post #529080)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

Heard extracts of her speech on the radio last night. She made me so mad. None of what happened was her fault, apparently. Everyone in our society is a victim now; there is no personal responsibility. Granted, the president, someone in a position of ultimate power, exploited her youth & romantic notions, but she did not have to go along with this long-term sexual activity. She wasn't underage. But worst of all was Clinton insisting, 'I never had sex with that woman'. What a pig he is. Lewinsky is also a major imbecile. She talks about just getting out of college, & how she was 'more-than-average ly romantic.' A college grad using a nonexistent word like 'averagely'?  (Oct 21, 2014 | post #529076)

Orlando, FL

CASEY: Does the State Have the Goods to Convict?

The courts do NOTHING about public perception of a person, acquitted or not. Casey can sue someone for libel or slander if the occasion arose, and that's it. Where do you get these bizarre notions, Murphey?  (Oct 21, 2014 | post #529074)

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