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    As to why they didn't search for the body at first, the area was flooding. That's why the defense came up with the "Caylee drowned" bullshit, because the body was underwater so long there was no way to disprove that.
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    I read somewhere that ABC paid $200,000 to her for photos and videos, etc. and that is how she paid for her defense team.

    Fucking ABC.

    I really hope her life is a living hell. I hope she is so desperate for a job she becomes a low class prostitute and ends up dead in an alley somewhere. Skank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    I really hope her life is a living hell. I hope she is so desperate for a job she becomes a low class prostitute and ends up dead in an alley somewhere. Skank.
    unfortunately, NG said that she can sell her story, write a book, etc. because the jury basically said there wasn't a crime committed so she's not being prevented from making money off of caylee's death.

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    Well there is only a given amount of time that anyone will be interested in her story. Will anyone care ten years from now? I hope not.
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    Angry grandpa's reaction vid says it all. He's NOT happy [it's not funny at all but it is in a totally wrong way. Sorry]
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsMarsters View Post
    How did the prosecution screw up? Not trying to be rude or anything, I am just wondering what or how so I can understand. What did the prosecution do/not do?
    Here are a couple of the potential problems that I heard today, and the comment was from Judge Andrew Napolitano:

    1. The prosecution overreached with the evidence they had. They did not have enough to get her convicted of felony child assault, or intentional murder. They should have focused their case on a lesser charge that was more realistic.

    2. Judge Perry, according to Napolitano, fumbled the instructions to the jury right before deliberations. Napolitano seemed to indicate that Perry had instructed to the jury to find guilty ONLY if they had enough for first-degree or intentional homicide. Inadvertently, his instructions took lesser homicide charges (third degree) off the table.

    The other interesting observation I heard was the the composition of the jury was composed of non-authority figures. Nobody in supervisory positions or positions of somebody who might make a hard decision regularly. And that was combined with the fact that apparently, at least a couple of the jurors had said they had problems with the death penalty in the first place, but would try to keep an open mind for this trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeStar70 View Post
    Maybe Zanida can sue her for slander, and the money she is owed would come from any and all interviews, book or movie deals Casey would ever try to collect money from. Because you KNOW the whore will hit up all the news media now for interviews, and look for book and movie money. Fucking cruel bitch,....
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    Zenaida has had a civil suit pending against her forever. Now that the criminal trial is over, it can go forward.
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    I knew they had the trial set for this fall, but it was moved back to Feb next year. She can only sue her for money, right? And Casey doesn't have any of that right now,...so I thought Zanida could possibly take any profits that Casey might try to benefit from Caylee's death/trial.
    ^^^^Along these lines of thought...what about the woman who claims to be the paternal grandmother of Caylee, if proven so, can she file a wrongful death claim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A*O View Post
    Angry grandpa's reaction vid says it all. He's NOT happy [it's not funny at all but it is in a totally wrong way. Sorry]

    Angry Grandpa is wise, he blames goddamn motherfucking Florida retard sons a bitches too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Here are a couple of the potential problems that I heard today, and the comment was from Judge Andrew Napolitano:

    1. The prosecution overreached with the evidence they had. They did not have enough to get her convicted of felony child assault, or intentional murder. They should have focused their case on a lesser charge that was more realistic.

    2. Judge Perry, according to Napolitano, fumbled the instructions to the jury right before deliberations. Napolitano seemed to indicate that Perry had instructed to the jury to find guilty ONLY if they had enough for first-degree or intentional homicide. Inadvertently, his instructions took lesser homicide charges (third degree) off the table.

    The other interesting observation I heard was the the composition of the jury was composed of non-authority figures. Nobody in supervisory positions or positions of somebody who might make a hard decision regularly. And that was combined with the fact that apparently, at least a couple of the jurors had said they had problems with the death penalty in the first place, but would try to keep an open mind for this trial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pleiades View Post
    ^^^^Along these lines of thought...what about the woman who claims to be the paternal grandmother of Caylee, if proven so, can she file a wrongful death claim?

    Doubtful, as they never found out who Caylee's father was and I'm pretty sure there is no causation for her to force a paternity test post-mortem, particularly as she has no legal standing as an unacknowleged relative. If Florida is a grandparents rights state she might be able to push something through, but I doubt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Doubtful, as they never found out who Caylee's father was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    But it's not just one thing that seems fishy. It's a bunch of things that, when taken together, all add up to making your common sense ring the "Bitch killed her kid" alarms.

    The google search alone isn't that meaningful. But like people said, she searched it 80 times. AND then her kid came up dead. Add her being a pathological liar to the mix, plus the fact that she didn't report the kid missing for 31 days AND instead was partying her ass off for said 31 days... Her weird sociopath-like behavior in her jailhouse conversations about Caylee with her parents...her mom's flimsy "chlorophyll" search excuse...the even more ridiculous drowning scenario and insinuation that the meter reader must have moved the body before claiming a reward--that didn't even make sense!

    It's all that stuff combined that has people convinced she's guilty to some degree or another. To me any other explanation besides her being responsible (directly or indirectly) for her kid's death just doesn't make sense. It's not reasonable.
    Yes to all your post. It's all that stuff combined that would make anyone think that she is involved.

    And of course they can't convict someone on their behavior (to whoever wrote that to me). I brought that up in a way of comparing her to Scott Peterson. I read that the jury didn't like him because of his odd behavior. Casey acted completely abnormally, and if I was a juror, I would have taken that into consideration. The evidence in the Peterson case was circumstantial as well, but the jury hated him.


    The other interesting observation I heard was the the composition of the jury was composed of non-authority figures. Nobody in supervisory positions or positions of somebody who might make a hard decision regularly. And that was combined with the fact that apparently, at least a couple of the jurors had said they had problems with the death penalty in the first place, but would try to keep an open mind for this trial.
    Not to forget the one juror who said she had a problem judging others. so I guess the verdict shouldn't be a surprise.

    I wouldn't want to be Casey Anthony though. She may be free but she's now infamous. Amy Fisher was recently talking about what a horrible life she has had because of her notoriety. Anywhere Casey goes, people will be pointing and talking. I don't know one person who thinks she is innocent.


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    I heard on HLN there's been death threats made towards the Anthony's as soon as the trial ended, so no doubt Casey will have a huge target on her back for the rest of her life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean James View Post
    I heard on HLN there's been death threats made towards the Anthony's as soon as the trial ended, so no doubt Casey will have a huge target on her back for the rest of her life.
    I bet there are. Some of the people outside the Anthony house, screaming at Cindy, were so enraged.

    I wonder what kind of job someone like Casey can get after this? Maybe go the Amy Fisher route and do porn.


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