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avid reader
04:14 PM on 05/07/2013
I have always felt that she was guilty
04:01 PM on 05/07/2013
She was the mother. She was the last one known to be with her. She had a responsiblity to take care and keep that baby girl safe. She failed. She is responsible for her death as far as I am concerned. Evidence or not.
04:55 PM on 05/07/2013
None of that has anything to do with a courtroom decision rendered on charges of homicide.
10:59 PM on 05/07/2013
It has everything to do with neglect of a child for which the jury also acquitted her. I don't know how those jurors could have possibly came to that decision.
common sense is for the birds, people have none
03:59 PM on 05/07/2013
Lauren Zima PLEASE stop blinking! This had to be your most aggravating clip.
09:10 PM on 05/07/2013
it's morse code.
help. i'm being held hostage in Ohio
03:36 PM on 05/07/2013
Don't blame the jury. Florida's Keystone Kops and the prosecutors lost the Casey Anthony case with lazy investigating, botching, and overlooking key evidence. Also, the prosecutors overreach with the charges didn't help the state's case either. They should have prosecuted her on lesser charges.

And what's more tragic, the lead prosecutors' weak presentation and handling of the case made rookie attorney Jose Baez look like the late brilliant criminal attorney Johnny Cochran. Judge Perry, put the blame where it belongs, with the cops and prosecutors.
11:03 PM on 05/07/2013
You want to blame the cops and prosecutors when the childs mother lied to them over and over again? They tried to search for Caylee, but they were being mislead by the murderer until the point in which Caylees body was so decomposed that it rendered little forensic evidence. That is the fault of law enforcement how? The prosecutors gave the jury lesser included charges to consider, and they acquitted on all of those ... even the child neglect! The jury is most definitely to blame.
11:50 AM on 05/11/2013
I agree in some ways with you about Baez and Cochran..I wish Casey Anthony would have been tried in my state AZ ..The jurors would have been able to ask her questions like they did with Arias which could have exposed more of her lies..I dont think Florida has that..another thing that helped Anthony her jurors were all sequestered unlike in AZ..I heard that one had a cruise to go on and did not want to put more time in the case he kind of rushed all the other ones that were already getting antsy after being sequestered for a while.
Privatize law enforcement
03:22 PM on 05/07/2013
Just like OJ Simpson----they faced justice. The jury is ALWAYS right!
03:17 PM on 05/07/2013
for pets sake, she isnt the first one to go free. get over it and move on. life is too damn short!
Luis Franco Cool
03:04 PM on 05/07/2013
OK It was all circumstantial but I still hate her and think she did it.Call it............intuition.
Hate only breeds hate.
06:05 PM on 05/07/2013
I think it is funny that her supporters or defenders bring up the circumstantial evidence part, like her entire defense wasn't based on circumstantial points that none of which where proven or even investigated, like how her mom swore she looked up chloroform on a computer she probably wasn't around or the fact that her dad supposedly raped her which had no real meaning to the case. This whole trial was a joke and just proves how broken our legal system is. Her defense was more circumstantial than the fact that they found rotting tissue in the trunk of her car and the same trash bags and tape that was used to dispose of the body. This was a serious failure of justice by this jury.
11:05 PM on 05/07/2013
Excellent points vampyreincubus. People use 'circumstantial evidence' like it's a bad word, yet most cases are won on circumstantial evidence. The problem in this case was that the jury demanded a smoking gun from a bag of bones that weren't found in time because the mother lied and mislead law enforcement. Nice of them to reward her for being such a good liar. smh
12:07 PM on 05/11/2013
The sad thing is the Florida jury in the Anthony case will always be remembered in history as the most dumbest jury..I believe that the jurors in the Arias case did not want to be compared to them at all..Thats why they took their time on the case and made sure to read threw everything.
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02:32 PM on 05/07/2013
That makes me want to PUKE !! We all knew it, but then this...punch in the gut.
02:19 PM on 05/07/2013
With Justices Scalia and Thomas setting the standards for judicial conduct off the bench this judge was understandably without reluctance to run his mouth.
02:24 PM on 05/07/2013
He is simply sharing his opinion months and months after the lime light has faded away from the case. You are running your mouth right now without reluctance and the clincher is that nobody cares what you think about the case.
03:19 PM on 05/07/2013
Clearly, you care.
02:10 PM on 05/07/2013
Casey Anthony believes her own lies and has thus made herself out to be the victim, she will not suffer emotionally on murdering her daughter, a personality flaw. Hopefully there is justice after she dies.
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04:52 PM on 05/07/2013
Or hopefully before.
02:07 PM on 05/07/2013
I can't believe this judge is flirting with that thing. He should be fired!
01:48 PM on 05/07/2013
I did not notice any of the jury appeared to be of the accused peers. So, it follws the jury were the peers of the attorneys.
01:41 PM on 05/07/2013
I hope this judge is retired. I am an attorney with 35 years experience and I find it incomprehensible that a sitting judge would comment on a case on television. Sad thing is, I know he will get away with it.
02:38 PM on 05/07/2013
Maybe so Mr. litigator, but of course I SURE YOU AND YOUR BRETHERN consider what he did to be so wrong is because the only thing that he did "wrong" was tell the TRUTH hmm a foreign and alienated concent to those of you in th judicial branch huh? too bad, I commend him for his HONESTy
03:03 PM on 05/07/2013
The trial has been over for two years so why shouldnt he express his opinion now that it is over. others have done so, but you find fault with him doing so, wonder why,,,?????? HUMMMMM????
01:32 PM on 05/07/2013
Oh ya think? Dam right they had enough.But thats why we have or at some time maby on a high profhile case. Talking jurrors my mistake.
01:26 PM on 05/07/2013
We knew. The judge knew. Her mom and dad knew. Anybody with a brain who looked at the evidence knew. So why didn't a freakin' group of Florida misfits disguised as jurors know?
02:02 PM on 05/07/2013
So true!
02:06 PM on 05/07/2013
OJ? Does that ring a bell?
02:24 PM on 05/07/2013
Yes, but OJ overstepped himself in Nevada thinking he was invincible. We put him away and he'll be with us for a long time. She will make a mistake somewhere and then we can hope justice will be served.