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Casey Anthony Trial
July 4, 2011
2:05 am
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The defense just presented their exhaustive closing argument.

I've been watching this from the start.

I have to say that the defense succeeded in tearing down the credibility of every key witness and made the prosecutors look guilty of stretching the truth.

The prosecutors went too far in insisting that duct tape killed caylee anthony. They should have just gone after Casey as the murderer with cause of death unknown.

Because they went so far and got so specific, I don't think they proved their case and by law I would have to acquit her on the murder charge.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

July 4, 2011
2:16 am
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have to disagree. the fact that she never reported her missing for 30 days and tried to blame it on her father WILL get her convited. sitting there laughing and smiling at her att. is what the jury sees. she is guilty no doubt about that fact. i dont see any reasonable doubt. the death penalty is to good for her. NOTHING I SAW gave me any doubt at any point.

July 4, 2011
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We have been watching this too. Tune in tommorrow morning to see the rebuttal, it may give a new perspective. I also thought the defence did a pretty good job, and also commented to Mrs. G2, how could the prosocuter claim the tape killed her, if there is no cause of death. Alot does not add up, and the biggest right now is, with Casey on the edge of the death penalty, if the parents know something about a accidental drowning, tell the Judge its time for the truth. If she drown, who knew about it? and why did they cover it up? If it was an accident, what parent or grandparent would throw the kid into a swamp, they would give her a burial. Only a murderer would dump her in the swamp, and several things only point to the home. First, no socks and shoes on, second the attempt to dump and hide, and third the duct tape that matches. I have no idea what has eliminated Kronk as a suspect, his behavior is pretty suspicious. Accept for the fact if a stranger did it, all of them would have called the cops immediatly when she was missing. The motive was more established today by Biaz, spelling out her web of lies over the last years and all her ficticious friends, partying everynight. Where did she get money if she lied about having a job? Living a life of lies, and one lie leading to a newer one. 30 days of a missing child, and claiming someone else had her, now changing to a accidental drowning. They may not be required to proove anything, but when they bring it up, they better proove it. If it was an accident and all 3 new about it, none of them would have agreed to dump her in a swamp, they would have all secretly buried the baby. Also if the Father did it, he is a retired cop, would he be stupid enough to keep the roll of duct tape, and not get rid of the body so it would never be found? Motive and oportunity have been proven on Casey, homicide is proven, the method of death proven may be suffication, but cause of death not proven. It can not be natural or accidental death due to location of body, in a bag, and the duct tape. Grandma and Grandpa do not have a motive, Casey does. 3 pieces of tape would indicate premeditation, having to think and plan placing 3 separate pieces.

July 4, 2011
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screw her..may she rot in hell

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July 4, 2011
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I didn't see it all but the rebuttal bit I think hit a home run on rebutting Biaz. When you see the entire picture pieced togather, it could not be the father,it can only be Casey, and the web of lies over the 31 day period. I would definatly convict based on the evidence and her actions. You could also see her reactions, and her demeanor. The recorded phone message from jail really showed her real colors, and her life snotty spoiled attitude, that are nothing new to her parents, who have probably put up with this routine her entire live. Imagine trashing her own parents like she has.The recording pretty much rules out a mother who has somehow hidden an accidental drowning, just listening to her, that theory is preposterous.

July 5, 2011
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I think the prosocution really drove in a home run on several things today. The biggest points were disputing the imaginary friends as a disfunctional person, but rather a web of lies. The lies were to mislead, buy time, stale, divert attention, and each lie led to another lie, and the biggest one was pretending nothing was wrong. The defence wants to scratch up the 30 days to everyone reacts different, and blow it off as meaningless, but when you see it in the context of knowing the child is dead, her actions, and her recorded phone conversations from jail show a different story. Forensic evidence alone may be weak, but when you consider all the actions of her, plus Casey was the only one sith access to all the items of forensic evidence she doesn;t look good. The ending of who's life became better with the baby gone, and showing her party life, and the tattoo, compared to the parents, I think sealed her fate.

One thing did come up tonight interviewing the man from equisearch, who was left with some very bad impressions of the entire family from the beginning. The lawer Baez told him if he searched for the baby, he was not allowed to ask Casey anything. The mother said some off the wall things to him as well, which indicated the parents knew something very early on. I think there is still parts of the puzzle missing, but Casey is still guilty.

I wonder if the trial itself will bring up new and separate issues for the parents. The Mother, purgury big time. Its one thing to lie to save a child, but when the lie is a carefully crafted lie to completly discredit a major piece of evidence (cloriform search), that isn't a simple white lie to save your child.

July 5, 2011
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The prosecutors went too far in insisting that duct tape killed caylee anthony. They should have just gone after Casey as the murderer with cause of death unknown.

Because they went so far and got so specific, I don't think they proved their case and by law I would have to acquit her on the murder charge.

Ninor pegged you to the wall some months ago, let there be ZERO doubt about that.

Obviously you like to argue just for arguments sake, or maybe, can it be..................na...no way you've issues related to the internet and message board forums! 😉 😉 😉

Is this where you claim to be an aspiring Perry Mason? Laugh Laugh Laugh

Lord help us!

Cole

July 5, 2011
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I also was impressed with the defence closing trivializing evrything, injecting doubt, it was powerful. The rebuttal addressed it all, and left you with a trail of lies, that are not that of an innocent person having imaginary friends, because she was abused by a brother and father. I think they blew Baez out of the water! Jose Baez did not give the jury what he promised in the opening statements, that the child drowned accidently. And the Prosocution also completly blew that idea out of the water in closing. Decompostion made a clear cause of death impossible, however one thing is certain, accident and natural deaths have to be ruled out becasue of the bag and duct tape, she was dumped, it was a homicide, she was murdered. Many murders are convicted without a body ever being found at all. You can not ignore all the forensics, and also ignore the pattern of behavior and lies, other clues, when they are made to fit togather, like a glove. If the glove doesn't fit, you must acquit, this time the glove fits. Motive, and opportunity, the 30 days, and her being the only one linked to access all the evidence, all within her home only.

Whats your opinion today Ffrostedman, after the prosocution closing? Do you really think she is innocent?

If you have something constructive to add to the subject Cole, let us hear it, but if not please don't derail this thread with crap about Ninor.

July 5, 2011
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I am disgusted with the whole thing.
But I know fate has lots in store for that little, child murdering, beyatch.
OJ got off, too..look at him now.

I wonder if the trial itself will bring up new and separate issues for the parents. The Mother, purgury big time. Its one thing to lie to save a child, but when the lie is a carefully crafted lie to completly discredit a major piece of evidence (cloriform search), that isn't a simple white lie to save your child.greeney2

Yeah..and totally screw over her baby grandchild in the process

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Why? Are you having fun?
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We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams

July 5, 2011
9:57 pm
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Innocent of Murder and Guilty of lying...............and you have to wonder why I mention the level of intelligence within the US Citizenry on an almost everyday basis. Maybe there's just a whopping disconnect between some of the domestic laws in this country. Anyway there's usually more to every story that seems to never get told to the public, especially these days.

The death of innocence at such an early age is one of lifes worst offerings, when death is also involved it seems too much to bear and something sane people never seem to grasp.

Someone far brighter than I will have to explain how it is that a Mother can lose a child while having absolutely no idea how, who, what, or even when!

And on another note I believe that they have found the remains of the missing 20 yr old IU Student. Will have to be officially ID'ed by DNA due to decomp---------the sad aspect of this one aside from the Parental grief is the 5 so called friends sitting on valuable information behind the protection of their lawyers.

I question whether there really is any form of justice anymore!

Cole

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