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Casey Anthony didn't murder her family.

This. The media hype just made you think she did but if you look at the facts there's substantial reasonable doubt. My uncle's a high profile lawyer and he agrees 100% with the verdict.
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She only killed her daughter.

Exactly. You have to up the ante if you want to impress for the interview.

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No she didn't. She lost her daughter

and couldn't be happier.

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No she didn't. She lost her daughter and now she has to live the rest of her life with people like you screaming at her about what an awful person she is.



I'm still skeptical because of her providing false information. But she is not guilty so that means she didn't do it. Even though I still think she did but obviously it doesn't matter.

And I'm not a lawyer nor an investigator so I wouldn't know the whole story anyway. I was just saying my opinion.
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I'm still skeptical because of her providing false information. But she is not guilty so that means she didn't do it. Even though I still think she did but obviously it doesn't matter.


I respect this opinion.

I also lean toward the guilty verdict, but she was found innocent. You can't go around treating people like shit just because you think they did something wrong.
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#10
She was found innocent by a jury of her peers. People need to start respecting that verdict, whether or not they agree with it.
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So stop flaunting your opinion around as if it holds more merit than a court ruling.

The court ruling convicted her on multiple counts. I suggest the same to you: grow a pair.

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The court ruling convicted her on multiple counts. I suggest the same to you: grow a pair.





Convicted on lying to police. Not murder, which you so confidently accused her of.


I suggest you grow a brain.


edit: And wtf does "growing a pair" have to do with anything? Am I spineless because I understand how the legal system works?
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Convicted on lying to police. Not murder, which you so confidently accused her of.

I suggest you grow a brain.

It is unfortunate that you can't see the underlying problem is that someone of very low moral character has gotten abundant job opportunities while others who actually deserve a job are ignored.

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It is unfortunate that you can't see the underlying problem is that someone of very low moral character has gotten abundant job opportunities while others who actually deserve a job are ignored.



Really? I saw the underlying problem as butthurt people who can't accept the fact that their lack of understanding of the legal system isn't as strong as an actual court ruling. Causing them to wrongly ridicule someone for something that they were found not guilty of.
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edit: And wtf does "growing a pair" have to do with anything? Am I spineless because I understand how the legal system works?

You're spineless because you've somehow come to the conclusion that because she's found not guilty, there is no authority to back up an opinion or impression.

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You're spineless because you've somehow come to the conclusion that because she's found not guilty, there is no authority to back up an opinion or impression.



There is no authority to back it up. Your opinion is that she did it. Cool. But:

A) That's based on a lack of evidence
B) You're acting as though it's obvious she did it.


Go ahead and show me what evidence you have to back up or opinion and MAYBE I'll change my mine (protip: probably not, since there's not enough hard evidence)


And while you're accusing me of that, YOU'VE come to the conclusion that because you THINK someone did something, that they actually did it...
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I agree with everything TS has said ITT and that doesn't happen often.

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There is no authority to back it up. Your opinion is that she did it. Cool. But:

A) That's based on a lack of evidence
B) You're acting as though it's obvious she did it.


Go ahead and show me what evidence you have to back up or opinion and MAYBE I'll change my mine (protip: probably not, since there's not enough hard evidence)


And while you're accusing me of that, YOU'VE come to the conclusion that because you THINK someone did something, that they actually did it...


****ing hell, her actions were clearly not those of a non guilty person. Just because you are not convicted of a crime doesn't mean you didn't do it. The system is not perfect.
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****ing hell, her actions were clearly not those of a non guilty person. Just because you are not convicted of a crime doesn't mean you didn't do it. The system is not perfect.



The system worked exactly how it was supposed to. It would be wrong of it to say she WAS guilty of killing her daughter.


....how the hell is that a problem?


Just because they''re found not guilty doesn't mean they didn't do it, yes. But just because it SEEMS like they might have done it doesn't mean they did do it.
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There is no authority to back it up. Your opinion is that she did it. Cool. But:

A) That's based on a lack of evidence
B) You're acting as though it's obvious she did it.


Go ahead and show me what evidence you have to back up or opinion and MAYBE I'll change my mine (protip: probably not, since there's not enough hard evidence)

Go ahead and keep washing over the fact that she has been convicted on multiple counts, regardless of what charges, paired with documented examples of her misconducts and keep pretending that it's not absurd that someone like her to get job offers.

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I agree with everything TS has said ITT and that doesn't happen often.


****ing hell, her actions were clearly not those of a non guilty person. Just because you are not convicted of a crime doesn't mean you didn't do it. The system is not perfect.

wrong. Her actions were not those of an innocent person. She was not declared innocent. She was found "not guilty". There is a fine distinction: the court does not rule whether or not someone is innocent. The courts rule whether or not there is a preponderance of evidence that demonstrates that the defendant is responsible for all charges beyond a reasonable doubt.

The defense does not have the burden of proof. That lies with the prosecution. What the defense did was show that there is enough reasonable doubt that the jury could not in good conscience convict Casey Anthony. That is not the same as a declaration of innocence.

No system is perfect, but it becomes less perfect when you publicize it. This trial, for instance, is no more gruesome than any other murder case. The only difference between this and any other murder case is that the media latched onto this case and very quickly everything that you read or heard or saw about the case was more opinion than evidence. A trial room should not become a public forum in which we ignore the presumption of innocence and throw around our opinion as fact.

The woman has been declared not guilty in the murder of her daughter. There is no way for that decision to be reversed outside of truly extraordinary means. No person on the internet is any more qualified to decide her case than a jury of her peers; what that jury decided was that there was not enough evidence from the state to put aside any reasonable doubt. The state did not meet the burden of proof and that's that. Get over it.
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Go ahead and keep washing over the fact that she has been convicted on multiple counts, regardless of what charges, paired with documented examples of her misconducts and keep pretending that it's not absurd that someone like her to get job offers.



Stop changing the ****ing subject, I don't give a shit about the job offers. I'm calling you out for acting like you KNOW she committed murder. Being guilty of lying to police doesn't make her guilty of murder.
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It is unfortunate that you can't see the underlying problem is that someone of very low moral character has gotten abundant job opportunities while others who actually deserve a job are ignored.

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I haven't read much about the actual back-story of this case but it reminds me of the OJ Case.
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That very statement was an opinion.



So is this statement.


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She was not declared innocent. She was found "not guilty". There is a fine distinction: the court does not rule whether or not someone is innocent. The courts rule whether or not there is a preponderance of evidence that demonstrates that the defendant is responsible for all charges beyond a reasonable doubt.

Thank god someone understands this.

Her convictions of lying to police proves nothing besides the fact that she lied to police. If you're willing to believe she is a terrible enough person to murder her daughter, then logically you're willing to believe she is a somewhat less terrible person who covered up an accidental death. It's much easier to believe the latter, but some people would rather believe the former because it's more entertaining to watch that one unfold as a story.

If anyone is to blame for her soon-to-be wealth from book deals or porn cameos, it's Nancy Grace and the entire media for making this case into a reality show, and you people for sponsoring it. And yes that disgusts me.
#28
Hey if she was convicted that doesn't necessarily mean she did it. The system isn't perfect guys.
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Hey if she was convicted that doesn't necessarily mean she did it. The system isn't perfect guys.

Everyone knows that. But it's better to have a system that errs on the side of not guilty than guilty.
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However people are missing the point, the real murderer is still out there.

There's no real evidence there was a murder. As far as I know, cause of death was never definitively established.
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She was found not guilty because there wasn't enough evidence to prove it. I do believe that she was responsible for her daughters death, but I don't think it was murder. I do think that her daughter died because of neglect, but I don't see enough reason to believe that she actually murdered her kid.
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There's no real evidence there was a murder. As far as I know, cause of death was never definitively established.


It wasn't. By the time they found the body there was so much water damage that they couldn't verify anything.
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