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Casey Anthony Out of Jail

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By now I’m sure you all know that Casey Anthony is out of jail.  I really don’t have much to say except that I hope karma bites her in the ass.

One clarification on something I read this morning:

“I’m for Casey,” said Kizzy Smith, of Orlando. “She was proven innocent. At the end of the day, Caylee is at peace. We’re the ones who are in an uproar.”

Kizzy …she was proven not guilty which by no stretch of the definition means innocent.


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July 17, 2011 at 9:39 am

Michael Mosley To Wed?

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Convicted and sentenced to life, Michael Mosley wants to wed his long time girlfriend.  So why was he denied?  Sure you can argue why he hadn’t married her before now but who cares.  They have a child together and perhaps this whole experience has had an impact.  It’s allowed in other states so why not here?

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July 14, 2011 at 9:25 pm

Michael Mosley sentenced to life without parole

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The title speaks for itself. 

Pardon me if I’m having a hard time processing this.  Casey Anthony will walk away a free woman on Sunday while Michael will spend the rest of his days behind bars.  Same Judicial system, different evidence, neither jury using common sense. 

Both cases, at a minimum, should have resulted in a hung jury.  In my eyes Michael’s case has reasonable doubt/unanswered questions.  Casey …she’s just guilty and I don’t understand the jurys decision at all. 

I’m supposed to respect/accept the jurys decision in both cases but nobody says I have to like it. 

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July 13, 2011 at 11:33 pm

Reflecting on those who are still missing in the Capital District

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Tonight I find myself thinking of those who are still missing in the Capital District.
Jaliek …I’m wondering where you are?  When will you be found?  How can we retrace the events of that night back in 2007?  Is there something new that could lead to you if we go back to the beginning?
How can all of those who are still missing be found?  What can be done?  Who can do it?  And where would one start?

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July 13, 2011 at 12:14 am

NO JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE as Casey gets ready to walk free

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WARNING …my filter is off  …

You might be thinking I’m late to the party but no, I thought I would go to bed, wake up and find that perhaps this was all a bad dream.  That was not the case!  I’m shocked over the Not Guilty verdict, although I guess I shouldn’t be.  I’m angry over the fact that Casey will get away with a slap on the hand and get to live the rest of her life as a free woman.  I’m annoyed with the Justice System even though it worked as designed.  I’m pissed at the stupid ass JURY who probably just wanted to go home.  I’m sad for Caylee who never got to live a full life.

For weeks I sat and listened to as much of the jury selection and trial that I could.  I heard much of the same evidence that the Jury did.  I was confident that Casey would be found GUILTY of murder 1.  I wasn’t so sure that she would end up with the death penalty which is fine by me because the way they administer it these days is too civil for what she deserves (in my opinion).  There’s no way to know what goes on in a person’s head let alone 12 people.  I’m not sure what more they needed to convict Casey, perhaps they needed to see it on video as she committed the crime.  Is this what it’s coming to?

Casey was the last person to see Caylee.

Casey lied about where she was and lied about where Caylee was.

Casey lived it up for 30 days on someone else’s dime.  Oh wait …did the Jury ever hear that she was a thief?

Casey wasn’t concerned about finding Caylee, she was only concerned about her social and sex life.

Caylee wasn’t seen for the 30 days that Casey was out enjoying life.  Instead Caylee lay dead …not able to enjoy life.

Caylee had duct tape wrapped around her nose and mouth, stuffed in a bag, and thrown out like yesterday’s garbage.

Caylee’s body sat, decomposing for months, while Casey continued telling lies.

Nobody else had exposure to Caylee, she was with Casey in her last moments of life.

I honestly don’t think this was a pre-meditated crime.  I think Casey in all of her selfishness wanted to go out, didn’t have anyone to watch Caylee so she “put her to sleep” with chloroform.  The only explanation I have for the duct tape is that Casey didn’t want Casey to make any noise if she woke up while she was still out.  One would think that she would have to know that covering her nose and mouth would suffocate and kill Caylee but then again …Casey didn’t think unless it was about herself.  From there I think she panicked, disposed of the body and then thought …I’m free.

I mentioned earlier that the Justice System worked as designed.  Well I think it’s time for a re-design.  It’s obvious that people don’t take Jury Duty seriously.  Nine times out of ten people do whatever they can to get out of it.  As this Jury sat week in and week out they probably thought how they wanted to get home and live their lives.  Reasonable doubt is taken too loosely these days and people are too sensitive.  It’s time to take Justice out of the hands of the people because the people don’t think.  In my opinion, the Justice System needs Jurors hired to do the job.  There are many people out there who do care what goes on in society and are able to be fair.

Linda Drane Burdick was right …common sense was lost.

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July 6, 2011 at 6:41 am