Casey Anthony

Since Casey Anthony is a huge topic of the day, I thought that I would put in my two cents. I didn’t watch the triaI, and I feel sorry for many people who did watch it because they either need a life, or are extremely limited to what they have on television. I hear from a lot of people that it was a bad decision for Not Guilty verdicts for the top three. Were you there? Were you on the Jury? Did the judge tell them that they couldn’t take certain things into account? Did the judge excuse the jury while certain things were discussed? Things that the Defense said that she said, was hearsay (it wasn’t from the horses mouth) and cannot be considered as evidence unless there is other proof of it, or she said it while on the stand. That’s like saying that she is guilty because the prosecution said so without anything to back it up. How much of the evidence was circumstantial (ie. your car was stolen, and you were the last one to see it, so you must have stolen it yourself)? Did the jury believe the witnesses, or did what they said, not make sense to the Jury? A member of the Jury could have had special insight into something that a witness, or expert said (ie. a certain car is only made with the stearing wheel on the right side). None of these things are very apparent by watching television (which was created for entertainment purposes).
If I were the judge, I wouldn’t have let any of it be aired on television until the trial was done. Everyone in the viewing audience can speculate all that they want, but you are all familiar with another case of speculation that has played a major role in the downfall of the United States economy since 2008. Yes, it was the speculators that jacked the price of oil so high that millions lost their jobs or were adversely affected by it. So, in conclusion, as I’ve heard a million times, ‘Don’t judge lest ye be judged’.

About rossmeister

Husband, Father, Have Cats, Philosopher on World Issues, Future Author, Aviation Technician, Hate Snow and winters longer than three months. If you want to argue a point with me, pretend that I'm a judge in a courtroom, and you need to tell me the facts as you know and see them so you can argue in the attempt to win your case. There are no guarantees that you will win, but your chances are better if you use this method.
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