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Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Casey Anthony murder trial--Not Guilty of Caylee's Murder, July 5, 2011

The Prairie Chicken
July 5, 20011

Not Guilty.  Just can't wrap my head around which parts of all that defense team crap the jury believed?

All I can say is that they don't know as much as we do about the case.  They couldn't and still say not guilty.  The jury is told what is allowed for them to be told, I guess. 

Today my heart aches for Caylee Marie Anthony, a little girl who would be in the 1st grade this year, she would know all her numbers and abc's, could have been reading already.  She and her grandma would be excited as they bought school clothes and supplies.

Where will Casey go now?  Back to her parents house?  Maybe Grandma Plesea will take her in.   After Crystal's testimony, maybe Cindy will kick George out and she and Casey can just duel to the death.  Weirder things have happened.

Are you outraged? 


Anonymous said...

Janet, I can't get over it. I just can't.


KK said...

i have kept up with the case and have read almost every piece of evidence that the State of Florida has released. I watched every minute of the trial every day live as it was happening.

I am shocked, saddened and embarassed with our justice system. Casey got away with murder in my opinion.

Jurur #6 now has a publicist and is trying to sell interviews. I am boycotting anything that the anthonys, the defense team or the jurors try to sell.

You can sign a petition at change.org that is requesting a law call Caylees Law that make it a felony offense for any parent or caregiver to not report a murder or accidental death to a child in a timely manner.

I prayed last night for Caylee and for guidance so that I can get this travesty committed by Casey, the defense team and the jury out of my head. Thank you for the opportunity to write my feelings.

Anonymous said...

Yes I am outraged. They must have a weak psyche to begin with to fall for the defense's desperate case. There's something in psychology that mentions recalling the last part of the entire series of facts thrown towards an individual. That's exactly what happened. It's like they totally forgot the prosecution's case. The jurors are not intelligent people. They better stay hidden from the public eye.