Jurors said they had to know the cause of death
One juror spoke today. It does not have to be a death penalty case stupid. My first impression: when I heard that it was murder one and death penalty I thought it was an overreach until I heard the case. Then I could see murder one, but not the death penalty. The jury did not have to impose death penalty and they should have known that. I think the jury was split anyway but could have at least come up with manslaugher…come on. So, it must be the prosecution’s fault.
The logic exhibited here is really lazy as a case in point. Why, because there are cases out there that were circumstantial that led to convictions. We know there was little evidence on the bones which indicates that she died a quiet death in her sleep. I think she was taking a nap when it happened. Did she just walk out the door and into the pool because Casey was not home and then drowned? It would still be a case of child abuse/manslaughter.
I hope Casey Anthony does not make money from her story. I for one ain’t buying whatever lies she’s selling. Are you?
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Posted on July 7, 2011, in Government Trough and tagged Capital punishment, Casey Anthony, Caylee Anthony homicide, Crime and Justice, death penalty, Fort hood, Fort Hood shooting, Jury, Nidal Malik Hasan. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.