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Old 07-05-2011, 07:00 PM   #16
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Seems pretty pitiful, they eventually caught up with OJ so maybe the same can happen for Casey. The real kicker is first will come some paid appearances on tv, then the book deal and will be topped off for the story rights.

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Seems pretty pitiful, they eventually caught up with OJ so maybe the same can happen for Casey. The real kicker is first will come some paid appearances on tv, then the book deal and will be topped off for the story rights.
Absolutely! Next stop! HOLLYWOOD.
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Absolutely! Next stop! HOLLYWOOD.
I don’t know, she’s as about as damaged as damage good can get. There might be some short term cash for a tabloid interview or two but I don’t see it going much beyond that.

She may be getting released and will be able to shove a big mac down that trap again but she’ll never be safe.

She’ll end up paying in the end.
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I think the jury got it right. I think she killed her daughter, but there was no evidence against her. No forensic evidence at all. Even the supposed evidence of a body in her car was rebuked by the FBI. They could find no cause of death. If you can't prove someone was murdered, how can you find someone guilty of murder? The police did a very poor investigation and the prosecutor also did a poor job.
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I don’t know, she’s as about as damaged as damage good can get. There might be some short term cash for a tabloid interview or two but I don’t see it going much beyond that.

She may be getting released and will be able to shove a big mac down that trap again but she’ll never be safe.

She’ll end up paying in the end.
Time will tell, I see it going the other way, unless someone murders her.
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That's right!
Beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Maybe in a couple years, she will be on "Dancing with the stars."
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:45 PM   #23
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Since they started sensationalizing it, what, 20 years ago, heck even back during 'Nam, but worse since the newspapers have caved to the internet, I really struggle with trying to pick up real news, but while I feel for the little girl whose own mother never loved her, I have tried to ignore this one as much as I could. I heard enough of it a couple of months ago to cause me to switch radio or television news when it came on, and to avoid printed articles on it. Nevertheless, the trial went on without me, which was fine, and when I couldn't help but hear the results today, my fears that the little b**** is now going to get rich off of her story seems to be the next reality. Thank God that we live in a nation where the accused are innocent until proven guilty, but I pray that there really will be a day of reckoning.
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Maybe in a couple years, she will be on "Dancing with the stars."
She is not that kind of celebrity.
I am saying if something bad does not happen to her I believe she will find financial profit in the whole thing.
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I think the jury got it right. I think she killed her daughter, but there was no evidence against her. No forensic evidence at all. Even the supposed evidence of a body in her car was rebuked by the FBI. They could find no cause of death. If you can't prove someone was murdered, how can you find someone guilty of murder? The police did a very poor investigation and the prosecutor also did a poor job.
I think Rusty is about right, unfortunately. I didn't really follow the trial with much interest - there are too many creeps, losers, and freaks for me to keep up with anymore. However, the little that I heard - goggling chlorophyll, the inter-family allegations, partying shortly after the girl went "missing".....Clearly it doesn't add up and Casey or her family, or all of them, together are guilty regardless of the verdict and they will get theirs one day.
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One day she will stand before a much fairer and stricter judge. He will know her guilt or innocence.
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After stacking on all the other evidence, my 'smoking gun' is the chloroform in the trunk paired with the Google searches for 'Chloroform' in the search history of her computer (which her mom obviously perjured herself to cover up.) Stacked with all the other evidence, any doubts I have are far, far from reasonable.

The details of how she died, believe it or not, are moot. The point the prosecution was trying to make was this: When you put all the evidence in a pile, even the wildest story you can create from that evidence will still end with Casey Anthony being guilty. I guess the jurors needed that spelled out for them in crayon, or something.

People watch too much CSI.

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There are so many things that were never explained.
Why were the police not able to find the body, the first four times Mr. Kronk reported it and why was there no follow up?
Why did Caysee's mother lie about having a Private detective search for the body? When George Anthony's girlfriend testified thst he told her "it was a horrible accident that got out of hand" , why did he say she was lying? And the list is long.
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After stacking on all the other evidence, my 'smoking gun' is the chloroform in the trunk paired with the Google searches for 'Chloroform' in the search history of her computer (which her mom obviously perjured herself to cover up.) Stacked with all the other evidence, any doubts I have are far, far from reasonable.

The details of how she died, believe it or not, are moot. The point the prosecution was trying to make was this: When you put all the evidence in a pile, even the wildest story you can create from that evidence will still end with Casey Anthony being guilty. I guess the jurors needed that spelled out for them in crayon, or something.

People watch too much CSI.
There were 5 experts who testified about the chloroform. The only one who said there were abnormal levels was the only non chemist. He was also trying to sell a machine he invented to sniff the air. The FBI expert and the other 3 chemists said that levels were normal. And probably came from cleaning fluids.

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