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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRock View Post
    Did the jury in the Casey Anthony trial get the verdict right? The defense demonstrated reasonable doubt and the prosecution was unable to prove the case against Ms. Anthony
    This is an impossible question to answer if we were not on the jury. We do not know whether the state presented a case that was beyond a reasonable doubt.Obviously in the minds of twelve people the state did not do so. So according to them they got it right.
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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    I agree with you on this.

    They say karma is a *****.

    What would you think if someone killed her, similar to what happened with Vander slu*, the guy who killed Holloway? Would you feel God may have passed judgment? I don't know. I just feel deeply that Casey is the murderer, and that she will walk.
    Why don't you give it a shot. You sound like you are pissed off enough to want to and I'm sure a smart guy, such as yourself, could get away with it.

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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    I don't know why everyone wants to do the OJ thing all over again. Well, without the "he's innocent, you racist" trolls (which were probably the best part).

    Can we just stop it.

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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Law Enforcement the Judicial system always relied on Circumstantial evidence, when it was overwhelming. We cannot have DNA, fingerprints and eye witness's for every case.
    This set a precedent if continued by other jurists will allow the lion share of murder go unpunished.
    All the evidence pointed right at the mother irrevocably.....now were left with one question who killed cahley but unfortunately under the circumstances we know the answer to that.
    Once again we see what sleazy defense attorneys are allowed to get away with...Making totally unsubstantiated character assassinations of people...like stating emphatically and that he will PROVE that George Anthony molested his daughter...or that George Anthony was the real culprit and hiding it... the doofas defense attorney showed and had zero evidence of that...yet they can destroy individuals with their lies. Ive seen this same thing play out over and over again on cases without this much attention.

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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    Law Enforcement the Judicial system always relied on Circumstantial evidence, when it was overwhelming. We cannot have DNA, fingerprints and eye witness's for every case.
    This set a precedent if continued by other jurists will allow the lion share of murder go unpunished.
    All the evidence pointed right at the mother irrevocably.....now were left with one question who killed cahley but unfortunately under the circumstances we know the answer to that.
    Once again we see what sleazy defense attorneys are allowed to get away with...Making totally unsubstantiated character assassinations of people...like stating emphatically and that he will PROVE that George Anthony molested his daughter...or that George Anthony was the real culprit and hiding it... the doofas defense attorney showed and had zero evidence of that...yet they can destroy individuals with their lies. Ive seen this same thing play out over and over again on cases without this much attention.
    No, it didn't. Casey was the last person to report seeing Caylee. That is the only evidence that links directly to her. They could not tie the duct tape, garbage bag, laundry bag, or heart sticker directly to the Anthony home, or any purchases Casey had made. They could not prove that Caylee's dead body was ever in the trunk of Casey's car. Caylee was left in a muddy, mucky, marshy area of low-lying swamp area...yet Casey's car had absolutely no traces of any dirt or mud from the drop location. The searches on the home computer could not be concretely linked to Casey. There were no witnesses. All character testimony indicated Casey was an excellent mother with no history of ill-treatment, resentment, or regret. The evidence was all circumstantial. Every last bit of it. As the prosecution said, "It really hurt us that it took so long to find the body". Perhaps if it had been found sooner they could have found something to indicate Casey.

    As to George and the allegations of abuse/sexual abuse? Baez tried several times to admit just evidence into the trial and was repeatedly shot down by Perry, who deemed it to be "irrelevant".
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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRock View Post
    Did the jury in the Casey Anthony trial get the verdict right? The defense demonstrated reasonable doubt and the prosecution was unable to prove the case against Ms. Anthony
    I believe she did kill her child. There is no reason to cover up a accident. That said with what evidence the jury had they made the right decision.
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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    No, it didn't. Casey was the last person to report seeing Caylee. That is the only evidence that links directly to her. They could not tie the duct tape, garbage bag, laundry bag, or heart sticker directly to the Anthony home, or any purchases Casey had made. They could not prove that Caylee's dead body was ever in the trunk of Casey's car. Caylee was left in a muddy, mucky, marshy area of low-lying swamp area...yet Casey's car had absolutely no traces of any dirt or mud from the drop location. The searches on the home computer could not be concretely linked to Casey. There were no witnesses. All character testimony indicated Casey was an excellent mother with no history of ill-treatment, resentment, or regret. The evidence was all circumstantial. Every last bit of it. As the prosecution said, "It really hurt us that it took so long to find the body". Perhaps if it had been found sooner they could have found something to indicate Casey.

    As to George and the allegations of abuse/sexual abuse? Baez tried several times to admit just evidence into the trial and was repeatedly shot down by Perry, who deemed it to be "irrelevant".

    There was enough forensics to prove there was a body in her trunk...but lets go back further....to this day casey anthony has not told anyone where her daughter went the last day she saw her...the story she gave was a LIE...to this day no one knows where her daughter was the last day she saw her...she has lied all the way through thats what people that have something to hide do....shes guilty the cops know it the prosecutors know it and h er scumbag defense lawyer knows it

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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    There was enough forensics to prove there was a body in her trunk...but lets go back further....to this day casey anthony has not told anyone where her daughter went the last day she saw her...the story she gave was a LIE...to this day no one knows where her daughter was the last day she saw her...she has lied all the way through thats what people that have something to hide do....shes guilty the cops know it the prosecutors know it and h er scumbag defense lawyer knows it
    The forensics actually didn't prove anything. I would strongly suggest looking at some of the evidence released. There's a link to it in the "Casey Anthony Trial Surprise" thread.
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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Based on her disturbing behavior and the many circumstantial evidence, I strongly believe her guilty.

    It's sad to see people state that a system that releases murderers... works.

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    Re: Did the Jury get it right in the Casey Anthony trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    Based on her disturbing behavior and the many circumstantial evidence, I strongly believe her guilty.

    It's sad to see people state that a system that releases murderers... works.
    Her guilt can't be proven. There is no legal or logical justification for calling her a murderer based on the available information. That would be like saying you strongly believe I'm a 450 lb welfare recipient because I mentioned I'm pretty low-income and somebody else told you I like to eat chocolate cake. You're making assumptions that aren't actually corroborated.
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