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Old 07-04-2011, 10:08 PM
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But, you put duct tape over a little 2 year old child’s mouth and she suffocates as a result of it, it’s felony murder, simple as that.
Especially three pieces of duct tape.
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He may appear so to you...and I guess that translates into being extremely confident...but you have to give him that he was very well prepared for this case. He did his job.

He is confident and pompous because he translates into good. I agree Gracie. He is well prepared, educated and extremely confident. I hope the jury understands. I have faith that they do understand good against evil. Right againt wrong. Bad against good. I think they will do the right thing.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:32 AM
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I noticed that her lips are moving, guess that means she is lying!
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[QUOTE=Freeda;367995.
(7) As Caylee approached 3, she was more and more becoming able to talk - and Casey's lies about taking Caylee to Zanny (the nonexistent nanny, which was a cover for the also nonexistent job, which was a cover for Casey's whereabouts when she was partying) etc, which perpetuated the life of freedom and fun that she wanted, would soon, Casey probably realized, be revealed by Caylee, in innocent conversations with her grandparents, etc.



To me, this is a VERY important piece of the puzzle--it was going to become increasingly difficult for KC to continue to lie as Caylee became more verbal. Added to the mix, it is one of the reasons I came to the conclusion that KC is solely responsible for Caleey's death, and also responsible for the lifetime sentence of heartache that her entire family now has to bear.
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Old 07-05-2011, 11:21 AM
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[quote=HeyGirly;368098][QUOTE=Freeda;367995.
(7) As Caylee approached 3, she was more and more becoming able to talk - and Casey's lies about taking Caylee to Zanny (the nonexistent nanny, which was a cover for the also nonexistent job, which was a cover for Casey's whereabouts when she was partying) etc, which perpetuated the life of freedom and fun that she wanted, would soon, Casey probably realized, be revealed by Caylee, in innocent conversations with her grandparents, etc.



To me, this is a VERY important piece of the puzzle--it was going to become increasingly difficult for KC to continue to lie as Caylee became more verbal. Added to the mix, it is one of the reasons I came to the conclusion that KC is solely responsible for Caleey's death, and also responsible for the lifetime sentence of heartache that her entire family now has to bear.[/quote]

Hey Girlie - I agree. Freeda, as usual, sums this up well.

Until reading Freeda's comments, I was thinking that this might be involuntary manslaughter. However, now I am not so sure. I still think that the duct tape may have been applied posthumously to make the case for a fictitious kidnapping and that the chloroform was given in excess this time.

I think the only thing we really know for sure is that the entire Anthony family has little issue with continuous lies and that poor Caylee never had a chance. Tragic...
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What is more important to you? Casey is convicted or the State prove its case beyond every reasonable doubt?
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What is more important to you? Casey is convicted or the State prove its case beyond every reasonable doubt?
It is more important to me that the state prove its case. That is a foundation of our great country. Sadly, that means some of the guilty go free - but compare that to countries where people are convicted of trumped up charges.
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The jury has reached a verdict. It will be read at 2:15 today.
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predicteda fairly quick verdict. Predict murder in the 1st degree
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jurors return to court this morning in their sunday best. this means they made a decision yesterday.
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The jury has reached a verdict. It will be read at 2:15 today.
Do not think that bodes well for Casey...
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Do not think that bodes well for Casey...
Those who predicted two days for the jury to come in were correct.

I hope justice is served. We will soon find out.
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Do not think that bodes well for Casey...
Wow - was I wrong!
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Wow - was I wrong!
No...WOW was the jury wrong!
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Casey had better be watching over her back for the rest of her life. There are a lot of angry people out there who feel that justice was NOT served for Caylee. Had she gone to prison she would likely have been protected by being kept out of the general population. That will not be the case as she enters the real world once she is released. The truth is that she may well have lived longer in prison than she may live now. In my mind she will be lucky to make it through the next few months or years without being killed herself. "Bella Vita" may not end up being very long or very beautiful.
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