The Casey Anthony Trial

@MandaLee (3700)
United States
July 6, 2011 1:48pm CST
The Casey Anthony trial has certainly been the topic of numerous discussions. Please share your thoughts on the Casey Anthony trial. Thank you so much!
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• United States
7 Jul 11
This is a very disappoint case, I saw the sentencing this morning and it was incredible and upseting. I still can't believe she actually got away with murdering her own flesh and blood. It seems that the goverment is more worried about money and how they are going to get by with these hard economic situation, than putting a murderer away. My husband and I were talking about that last night and he said, "It's funny how they are letting a murderer get away, but god forbid you steal something from the government you probably will be sentenced for life". It seems like the price of a human being lately is worthless, people are killing people and getting away with it. The sad part was that she actually looked upset during the sentencing, like if she didn't deserve to spend more time in jail. Supposibly they are eveb considering having officers perimeter the house, because her life could be in danger from the public. That's incredible, she's the murderer and we are protecting her. That's the government for you. Isn't that beautiful...
@xfahctor (14111)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
9 Jul 11
"It seems that the goverment is more worried about money and how they are going to get by with these hard economic situation, than putting a murderer away. " Jurors are not the government. And I fail to see how this at all has anything to do with money or hard economic times. "she's the murderer... " that has never been established, there is no evidence she is a murderer. She was convicted of lying to the police and has served her time for that crime, a crime she was convicted of by a jury based on evidence proving it beyond a reasonable doubt. "and we are protecting her" It's their job. and greatly more important... "He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself." ~Thomas Paine This relates directly to my hope that some of you never wind up accused of a crime and find that you are to be judged by a jury of people who think the same way you do.