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    If there is a mistrial it can go to trial again. Hopefully they will all reach a unanimous decision and send this bitch to the pokey once and for all.
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    If you're deciding whether someone gets the death penalty then I think everyone should have to agree. I'd sure have to see some watertight evidence if I knew I was sending someone to be killed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadDwarf View Post
    ^ The death sentence results in more taxpayer's money than a life sentence due to the trials/appeals.

    Personally, I don't believe in an afterlife so I feel she will suffer more by rotting in a prison cell for the rest of her life. Plus for someone like her who is narcissistic, it would be torture. She loved to fuck every guy, attention seek and party. Another 50 years of a little cell would be hell for her.

    she'll end up like susan smith. i don't think she's had the type of life she was hoping for while in prison. i mean wow, these chicks killed their kids basically so they could be freeeee!

    stupid bitches.

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    Casey Anthony trial: Caylee Marie drowned in family swimming pool, defense says

    When Casey was 8 years old, her father came into her room and began to touch her inappropriately, Jose Baez said.


    Caylee Anthony was never missing.

    On June 16, 2008, she drowned in the family swimming pool on Hopespring Drive. That is the argument being made in opening statements by defense attorney Jose Baez.

    "For a horrible tragedy, a common tragedy, are we all here today," Baez said.

    "This family must keep its secrets quiet. And it all began when Casey was 8 years old and her father came into her room and began to touch her inappropriately," Baez said. "These ugly secrets will come out at this trial. And you'll see what makes Casey Anthony act the way she does."

    Baez went on to explain the lies that Casey Anthony told throughout the investigation.

    "You hear stories of Zanny the nanny for two years, she pretended she had a job and pretended she had a nanny," Baez said. "Is that normal? Is that what normal people do?"

    Baez says the case is not about murder, but about life and things that happen in life.

    "You never know what secrets lie within. You never know what's going on," Baez said about the Anthony's home.

    Baez said that on June 16, 2008, Casey and George were home together and realized Caylee was missing and they frantically started searching for her, Baez said. George and Casey ran outside looking for Caylee, they went in different directions toward the pool and George Anthony found her and had the lifeless child in his arms when Casey spotted him.

    Baez said George Anthony then screamed at Casey, "What have you done?"
    She cried and cried and asked for her fathers help, Baez said.

    "Casey should have been strong. Casey should have called 911.

    Casey should have done the right thing," Baez said. "And that's what she's guilty of.
    "This is not a murder case. This is sad, tragic accident."
    Duct tape the murder weapon?
    Prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick ended her more than two hour opening statement this morning by assuring the jury in the Casey Anthony murder trial that at the end of this case, they will have no problem finding Casey Anthony guilty of first-degree murder. And in the process, a murder weapon emerged for the first time ever:
    Duct tape.

    The duct tape found with the remains of Caylee Anthony in December 2008, was placed there by her mother with the intention of ending her child's life, Drane Burdick said.

    Drane Burdick talked about how Caylee Anthony's body was wrapped in a Winnie the Pooh blanket, then placed in several plastic bags, and then tossed into the swampy woods "like a piece of trash."

    "Caylee's death allowed Casey Anthony to live a good life. At least for those 31 days [in which Caylee was missing]," the prosecutor said while wrapping up her opening statement.

    "At the end of this case, you will have no trouble concluding that Caylee Anthony was murdered by her mother."

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    Omg, really???? This is their angle?
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    ^^ my thoughts exactly.

    Daddy touched me when i was eight so instead of reporting a drowning I did everything in my power to look like a murderer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Omg, really???? This is their angle?
    For this to work, doesn't she need the cooperation of her father, George, who she is now claiming molested her (Casey) as a child?

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    'I was abused as a child so when my daughter drowned, I didn't call 911, but rather stashed her body and reported her missing because I like keeping secrets'


    Did I miss something? Because if thats REALLY the defense, its stupid.
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    That's what I'm thinkin and did dad even know this was going to be the defense? GEEZUS

    And dad is now implicated in this - if he goes along with it and says yes, I fished her from the pool and handed her to Casey to slap duct tape on her mouth and put her in a hefty bag, is he at risk for criminal charges? Nobody will believe it, but still...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    For this to work, doesn't she need the cooperation of her father, George, who she is now claiming molested her (Casey) as a child?
    it seems like they are just throwing all sorts of things against the wall hoping that a juror will not be able to say guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. sickening.

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    wouldn't the autopsy be able to tell if the death was by drowning? Or was her little body too far gone?
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    I don't think they were able to determine cause of death through autopsy because of the state of decomp.
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    if she died in the pool, why was there duct tape in her burial hole?

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    I thought there were jailhouse tapes of her dad and mom pleading with her to come clean on what she knew. With this defense, she is saying her dad put up a facade, with the mom unaware, along with Casey.

    But what legal consequences would Casey have actually faced if her daughter had crawled into a (above-ground, I think) pool and drowned accidentally? I can't think of any.

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