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    Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Following recent reports that Casey Anthony might be living in St. Lucie County, online site The Daily Beast is reporting Anthony has taken refuge at Cross Church in Palm City, under the wing of lead Pastor Steve Camp.

    Local media outlets descended upon 34th Street in Palm City, where the Christian church is located, on Wednesday night. Police patrolled the grounds' perimeter watching for trespassers.



    Michael Wedgwood, 17, said he caught a glimpse of Anthony, 25, receiving a police escort off the property she was rumored to be calling home.

    Casey Anthony: Has reportedly taken refuge at Treasure Coast Church - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com


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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Why is this news? The woman went through trial, whether or not she did it/got away with it is irrelevant. She was found not guilty of having killed her daughter. Why are here whereabouts relevant now?
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    What bothers me most about this piece is that she's still getting police escorts. What's that about??
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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    What bothers me most about this piece is that she's still getting police escorts. What's that about??
    I would ask for police escorts if there were crazy bleeding heart savages making death threats towards me and the police would give it if there was enough evidence to show there was merit in my demands.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Why are here whereabouts relevant now?
    Right or wrong, the people that believed she got away with it do not want her to be able to carry on her life in a normal way ever again.

    Myself, I don't reall have an opinion to it either way as I didn't watch all the evidence presented or hear all the testimony. So for me, I don't really care about her in any way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Right or wrong, the people that believed she got away with it do not want her to be able to carry on her life in a normal way ever again.

    Myself, I don't reall have an opinion to it either way as I didn't watch all the evidence presented or hear all the testimony. So for me, I don't really care about her in any way.
    This is why I don't believe in the "tough on crime" nonsense spewed by so many conservatives. If a person is found to be not guilty of murder, there is no reason for the character assassination that comes from all the bleeding heart "think of the children" crowd. A belief in tough sentencing of offenders found guilty by default means a respect for a person's proven innocence.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    This is why I don't believe in the "tough on crime" nonsense spewed by so many conservatives. If a person is found to be not guilty of murder, there is no reason for the character assassination that comes from all the bleeding heart "think of the children" crowd. A belief in tough sentencing of offenders found guilty by default means a respect for a person's proven innocence.
    no, she was not proved innocent. she was judged not guilty, and there is a big difference.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    This is why I don't believe in the "tough on crime" nonsense spewed by so many conservatives. If a person is found to be not guilty of murder, there is no reason for the character assassination that comes from all the bleeding heart "think of the children" crowd. A belief in tough sentencing of offenders found guilty by default means a respect for a person's proven innocence.
    Nobody is proven, or even proven innocent in our legal system. I wouldn't have mentioned it since it seems a bit trite, but you did put it in bold and underlined.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    This is why I don't believe in the "tough on crime" nonsense spewed by so many conservatives. If a person is found to be not guilty of murder, there is no reason for the character assassination that comes from all the bleeding heart "think of the children" crowd. A belief in tough sentencing of offenders found guilty by default means a respect for a person's proven innocence.
    Uh. No. She was not proven innocent. She was found not guilty. A finding of not guilty simply means that the jury didn't think the state proved its case. As far as the public is concerned? They did prove it. She's an amoral sociopath. Just like Mr. O.J.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Lives In A Church

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    Uh. No. She was not proven innocent. She was found not guilty. A finding of not guilty simply means that the jury didn't think the state proved its case. As far as the public is concerned? They did prove it. She's an amoral sociopath. Just like Mr. O.J.
    So? You can't do anything about it. She's assumed innocent, State has to prove guilt, State did not sufficiently prove guilt. That's it. Done and over. Could she have done it? Of course. But the State failed to makes its case, the jury found her not guilty of the charged crime. Time to move on.
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