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07/05/2011 02:36:52 PM · #1
Not Guilty of Murder, Child Abuse, or Manslaughter.

Thoughts?
07/05/2011 02:37:52 PM · #2
My thoughts... WTF is wrong with that jury?
07/05/2011 02:39:24 PM · #3
I would hate to be her when she walks out to freedom!
07/05/2011 02:47:41 PM · #4
Hey, at least shell be goin' up the river for lying to the cops.
07/05/2011 02:50:26 PM · #5
Why is everyone so sure she is guilty? A jury came back with a not guilty verdict in, what was it, 10 hours. So obviously the defense presented a good case and the prosecution could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she did it.
07/05/2011 02:50:49 PM · #6
She's kinda hot.
07/05/2011 02:52:33 PM · #7
Just "WoW"...
07/05/2011 02:52:46 PM · #8
My thoughts are that the news coverage of the case has been entirely biased and that the general public can not make decisions based on it. I am sure the jury heard both sides, and decided based on that. I cannot claim to know better, reading only one-sided and most likely exaggerated news stories
07/05/2011 02:55:30 PM · #9
well they just found her not guilty of first degree murder and child abuse, doesn't mean she didn't do anything wrong, she just didn't get convicted of the charges.

sounds like the jury heard a lot more evidence that no one knew about.
07/05/2011 03:02:44 PM · #10
I still think that she should've been guilty of child abuse. It was more than proven that she was out partying, and living life carelessly while her child was missing/dead.

BS!

Message edited by author 2011-07-05 15:04:21.
07/05/2011 03:02:51 PM · #11
I've got to side with the jury here. I've heard nothing that proves (BaRD) that she specifically carried out the killing of her daughter or that she had a motive to do so.
07/05/2011 03:03:41 PM · #12
I felt she should have been charged with something due to the fact that she didn't report her child missing for 31 days, and then she ends up dead. Neglect? Abandonment? Maybe not murder but definitely manslaughter.

Originally posted by Marc923:

Why is everyone so sure she is guilty? A jury came back with a not guilty verdict in, what was it, 10 hours. So obviously the defense presented a good case and the prosecution could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she did it.
07/05/2011 03:04:09 PM · #13
Originally posted by Fiora:

My thoughts are that the news coverage of the case has been entirely biased and that the general public can not make decisions based on it. I am sure the jury heard both sides, and decided based on that. I cannot claim to know better, reading only one-sided and most likely exaggerated news stories


+1

The case has been sensationalized beyond all belief. We did not hear the evidence the jurors did. It is not our role to judge.
07/05/2011 03:07:12 PM · #14
She's guilty but it doesn't matter now. She will be judged later.
07/05/2011 03:07:38 PM · #15
Originally posted by Chinabun:

I felt she should have been charged with something due to the fact that she didn't report her child missing for 31 days, and then she ends up dead. Neglect? Abandonment? Maybe not murder but definitely manslaughter.

Originally posted by Marc923:

Why is everyone so sure she is guilty? A jury came back with a not guilty verdict in, what was it, 10 hours. So obviously the defense presented a good case and the prosecution could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she did it.


+1
07/05/2011 03:13:57 PM · #16
I'll be interested to hear what the Jury says:

Jury to Speak After Reaching Non-Guilty Verdict
07/05/2011 03:50:27 PM · #17
I'm of the mind that if I am going to accept the guilty verdicts I agree with, that barring proof of misconduct, I must also accept the times they acquit.
07/05/2011 03:55:48 PM · #18
Originally posted by ambaker:

I'm of the mind that if I am going to accept the guilty verdicts I agree with, that barring proof of misconduct, I must also accept the times they acquit.


I echo this...;-)
07/05/2011 03:56:24 PM · #19
Originally posted by kirbic:

We did not hear the evidence the jurors did. It is not our role to judge.


The trial was broadcast on tv and streamed online, the latter of which showed the trial in its entirety.


07/05/2011 04:03:52 PM · #20
Originally posted by yanko:

Originally posted by kirbic:

We did not hear the evidence the jurors did. It is not our role to judge.


The trial was broadcast on tv and streamed online, the latter of which showed the trial in its entirety.


And I'm sure that those posting here that "she's guilty" watched the entire trial, took copious notes, and... oh, wait, they were cut out of the jury deliberations. Darn, so close.
07/05/2011 04:08:04 PM · #21
It always amazes me how quick we are to pass judgement.

I wonder how many of the people outraged by this verdict got all THEIR news/updates/etc. from shows like Nancy Grace and the like.


07/05/2011 04:10:18 PM · #22
Originally posted by kirbic:

Originally posted by yanko:

Originally posted by kirbic:

We did not hear the evidence the jurors did. It is not our role to judge.


The trial was broadcast on tv and streamed online, the latter of which showed the trial in its entirety.


And I'm sure that those posting here that "she's guilty" watched the entire trial, took copious notes, and... oh, wait, they were cut out of the jury deliberations. Darn, so close.


I can't speak for anyone here, but I do know the case has been a big deal and a LOT of people watched that trial from start to finish and heard everything the jury heard in the trial. Anyway, just saying.
07/05/2011 04:11:48 PM · #23
Originally posted by K10DGuy:

It always amazes me how quick we are to pass judgement.

I wonder how many of the people outraged by this verdict got all THEIR news/updates/etc. from shows like Nancy Grace and the like.


I think the case was doomed the minute Nancy Grace started covering it 24/7 three years before the trial even started.
07/05/2011 04:22:12 PM · #24
In a sense, the death of Caylee Anthony becomes the responsibility of all of us...regardless of the circumstances or the verdict.

How does that saying go? It takes a community...

Message edited by author 2011-07-05 16:23:23.
07/05/2011 04:22:26 PM · #25
I'm actually surprised... Not because I think she should have been found guilty, but, rather because it would seem that the system actually worked as it is supposed to work. Innocent until proven guilty beyond reasonably doubt. Despite my feelings (I FEEL pretty damn sure she did it), I think there was gobs of doubt, and no solid proof.

Go USA! (Still feel bad for the kiddo)

OTOH- I'm betting she'll live a very low quality life from here on out - you can bet there are plenty of people who'd like to off her, and I'm betting someone will try, only a question of when, where and how. Don't know about you, but I'd hate to spend my life looking over my shoulder - she'd have been safer in prison.
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