That's absurd. Not reporting her kid missing for 31 days cannot be considered evidecnce someone is hiding oh I don't know, a murder? Circumstantial.
The lies can't are not evidence of trying to get out of a murder conviction? Circumstantial.
The diary and partying and 31 days and lies are not evidence for motive? Maybe
There may be evidence for motive, but there is no evidence that she definitively killed the kid. There just isn't. There is no TOD or COD.. meaning that there is no proof the baby was actually murdered.
In addition, no trace evidence from the dump site was found Casey's car, on Casey's personal belongings, or in the Anthony home. No decomp evidence could be confirmed in the trunk. The method which was used to indicate possible decomp was a previously untested and unverified methodology which has never been used in a court of law prior to this trial. No trace or DNA evidence was found in the trunk aside from 1 singular hair. As I stated elsewhere, it is not outside the realm of logic for a hair to end up in the trunk naturally, without malicious cause.
All of the evidence points to Caylee's body being dumped after death, and Casey acting abnormally in the days after Caylee disappeared. None of them, even when combined, point to murder, or Casey specifically murdering her daughter. It is a huge leap of emotionally charged supposition to say the evidence is even 90% indicative of a murder at the hands of Casey.
"Hmmm...Can't decide if I want to watch "Four Houses" or give myself an Icy Hot pee hole enema..." - Blake Shelton
1) We are not the jury. We did not have access to all the data that the jury had access to. The jury evaluated the EVIDENCE that was presented, and made a decision based on that evidence.
2) It did not help the prosecution that some of the evidence they presented was pretty much fabricated, and was easily debunked. After being caught fabricating "evidence", would you believe anything the prosecution told you had you been on the jury? This hurt the case against Casey Anthony more than anything else.
So, while the child's death is a tragedy, let's not hastily go out and grab our pitch forks yet. This is America, not Iran.
The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016