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Old 05-25-2011, 08:28 AM   #1
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Casey Anthony Trial

Anyone been following this?

Testimony continues in Casey Anthony trial after bombshell accusations - CNN.com

Some really crazy stuff coming out about the family. How the father sits there stone faced through all things they are saying about him is just plain crazy!

Assuming she is guilty, how they killed this little girl in my mind is so impossible. My son is 3 and it pains me to yell at him because he is so innocent.

I guess in this world there is true evil.
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Old 05-25-2011, 09:17 AM   #2
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I'm not buying it. Why the use of duct tape if she accidentally drowned in a pool?
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Old 05-25-2011, 10:22 AM   #3
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I'm not buying it. Why the use of duct tape if she accidentally drowned in a pool?

I know, in my mind every sign points to her being guilty. If what she says about her dad's sexually abuse is a lie talk about destroying every thing you possible can in your life and the people around you.

At this point she is innocent until proven otherwise. How can you be a defense attorney and defend scum like this? I personal could never do it, I just beat the shit out of her.
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Old 07-05-2011, 02:37 PM   #4
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Wow not guilty. OJ 2 here.
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Casey Anthony so pale she looks like Skeletor. First thing she need to do is get some sun on them things.
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Old 07-05-2011, 02:47 PM   #6
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Casey Anthony so pale she looks like Skeletor. First thing she need to do is get some sun on them things.

She is also a fivehead becasue it is way to big to be just a forehead.
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She is also a fivehead becasue it is way to big to be just a forehead.
And after she killed her child she was out partying and giving morehead.
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Wow not guilty. OJ 2 here.
They had a weak case really. It's one thing to prove she is a horrible person (clearly she is) and a totally different thing to prove she killed her kid. Don't get me wrong...we all know she killed the kid but proving it is the name of the game. The system isn't perfect.
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They had a weak case really. It's one thing to prove she is a horrible person (clearly she is) and a totally different thing to prove she killed her kid. Don't get me wrong...we all know she killed the kid but proving it is the name of the game. The system isn't perfect.

Really? It is not even good.
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Nancy Grace is gonna go ballistic...
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Nancy Grace is gonna go ballistic...
the only good thing to come out of this is if Nancy Grace's head explodes and the world would be rid of her
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I understood OJ because he was a HOF football player. But I don't understand why so many people were so captivated by this case. It's just another murder trial, one of thousands all over the US each year. Yet somehow the media and so many folks latched onto this and couldn't pull away from it.

Why is this case so special?
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i understood oj because he was a hof football player. But i don't understand why so many people were so captivated by this case. It's just another murder trial, one of thousands all over the us each year. Yet somehow the media and so many folks latched onto this and couldn't pull away from it.

Why is this case so special?
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I understood OJ because he was a HOF football player. But I don't understand why so many people were so captivated by this case. It's just another murder trial, one of thousands all over the US each year. Yet somehow the media and so many folks latched onto this and couldn't pull away from it.

Why is this case so special?

I saw this post on another site and it seemed to kind of make sense.

I have avoided pretty much 100% of this case, but what you just mentioned has been somewhat fascinating to me as well. I think this case just kind of *happened* to be the perfect storm of hooks that draw people into becoming emotionally attached to a story.

Like that little baby that fell in the well 20 or so years ago.

Sometimes, the elements are just there and with the right fanning of flames by the media - it just catches on like wildfire :shrug:
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I saw this post on another site and it seemed to kind of make sense.

I have avoided pretty much 100% of this case, but what you just mentioned has been somewhat fascinating to me as well. I think this case just kind of *happened* to be the perfect storm of hooks that draw people into becoming emotionally attached to a story.

Like that little baby that fell in the well 20 or so years ago.

Sometimes, the elements are just there and with the right fanning of flames by the media - it just catches on like wildfire :shrug:
Recognizing that you're quoting someone else and may not be equipped to answer this, but what exactly are the elements that make people care about this case more than others? I just can't see it, myself.
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