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  • #16
    Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

    Originally posted by Frankiarmz View Post
    The sequence of events and irresponsible behavior of the mother is in my opinion serious enough to satisfy responsiblity for the child's death whether it was intentional or accidental.
    Lets say the kid actually drowned in the pool by accident, is the mother at fault for her death? If that statement is true, should we go back to every child that died by accidental drowning, and charge the parents with a crime for being negligent parents since they are responsible for their well being?

    I agree with what you're saying as well, but I just feel so strongly that a terrible accident happen with Caylee, and I honestly believe the people involved got scared and tried to cover up in fear of being falsely accused. There was no motive or smoking gun in this case..only speculation and circumstantial evidence. If it were me being "accused" of a crime, I wouldn't want to spend the rest of my life in prison on people "assuming" on circumstantial evidence. The mind boggling thing for me was...how the deck was stacked against her with jury selection, and the came to a very fast decision. The only thing we know so far is... the jury came to a decision quick, and slept on it to be sure. What does that say then? Is the jury wrong because we only want to agree she's guilty? 12 different people with 12 different opinions and points of views, came up with 1 opinion & voice..and that's our justice system. They found her guilty where should should of been guilty..and that's lying her a$$ off.

    If Caylee did die accidently..what justice needs to be done then? Her mother sat in jail for 3 years to think about her mistake as an irresponsible parent who made some terrible decisions in her life.

    Sadly we will never know the truth.

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    • #17
      Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

      Originally posted by tailgunner View Post
      I love how we live in a system where, A woman, even if she did not kill her own children, displayed the most depraved negilgence demonstrated by a two legged creature regarding her own children, can get off scot free.

      Yet, we all know what would happen if any of us suddenly decided to neglect a single child support payment.
      Is sitting in jail for 3 years already with possibly sitting there for another 365 days the definition of getting off scott free? How about the public harassment this woman will endure for the rest of her life? Public opinion will always be against this woman...she's not getting off scott free imo.

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      • #18
        Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

        Originally posted by TheMaster
        She will get rich off it. 1,000,000 book deal and made for tv movie,pictures and video of the child etc.

        If it was an accident who put the duct tape around the childs head?

        Anyone remember Scott Peterson? About all they had on him was that he went fishing on a cold rainy christmas eve day after buying a boat and just so happens his missing wife and unborn baby washs up in the same location a few weeks later. Oh and he was screwin a ho in the next town over.
        See now...I think that woman she falsely accused is going to sue Casey Anthony one day.

        Scott Peterson just looked guilty and tried to flee at the end while trying to change his appearance. I gave him the benefit out in the beginning, but he was just a stupid mofo that should of gotten a divorce and been done with it.

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        • #19
          Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

          Originally posted by Flux View Post
          Lets say the kid actually drowned in the pool by accident, is the mother at fault for her death? If that statement is true, should we go back to every child that died by accidental drowning, and charge the parents with a crime for being negligent parents since they are responsible for their well being?

          I agree with what you're saying as well, but I just feel so strongly that a terrible accident happen with Caylee, and I honestly believe the people involved got scared and tried to cover up in fear of being falsely accused. There was no motive or smoking gun in this case..only speculation and circumstantial evidence. If it were me being "accused" of a crime, I wouldn't want to spend the rest of my life in prison on people "assuming" on circumstantial evidence. The mind boggling thing for me was...how the deck was stacked against her with jury selection, and the came to a very fast decision. The only thing we know so far is... the jury came to a decision quick, and slept on it to be sure. What does that say then? Is the jury wrong because we only want to agree she's guilty? 12 different people with 12 different opinions and points of views, came up with 1 opinion & voice..and that's our justice system. They found her guilty where should should of been guilty..and that's lying her a$$ off.

          If Caylee did die accidently..what justice needs to be done then? Her mother sat in jail for 3 years to think about her mistake as an irresponsible parent who made some terrible decisions in her life.

          Sadly we will never know the truth.
          Let's say it was an accidental drowning, do you call an ambulance to administer CPR or do you wrap her in plastic bags and throw her in the swamp while you go clubing?

          Mark
          "Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony

          I never lost a cent on the jobs I didn't get!

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          • #20
            Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

            Originally posted by ToUtahNow View Post
            Let's say it was an accidental drowning, do you call an ambulance to administer CPR or do you wrap her in plastic bags and throw her in the swamp while you go clubing?

            Mark
            Her father was a cop and all emergency personnel know how to preform CPR..it's a job requirement for Police-fire- & EMS. Did it come out in the trial if Casey Anthony or her mother new CPR? While the trash bags and duct tape don't look good and can't be explained...what motive would Casey have to kill her own child? I believe we do things in life because we have a motive to do so. Do we think Casey just woke up one day and said "I don't want Caylee anymore, so I'm going to kill her?" Casey didn't strike me as an Andrea Yates or any of those other nuts bags that killed their children because they were all whacked out in the brain. I don't think anyone can possibly explain why people do strange things to make themselves look guilty after the fact...I sure as heck don't have an answer to that.

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            • #21
              Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

              Originally posted by ToUtahNow View Post
              Let's say it was an accidental drowning, do you call an ambulance to administer CPR or do you wrap her in plastic bags and throw her in the swamp while you go clubing?

              Mark
              That about wraps it up for me. Her mom might have been in shock for a few minutes but the ability to use duct tape on that little body and dump her in a swamp leads me to think it was not accidental. Her, or their actions negated any attempt to prove cause of death. Circumstance, or good planning? Did the grand parents not know how long the child was missing, right in their house? I don't buy it!

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              • #22
                Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                Just like OJ we will be talking about this one for months. What a freeeeekin circus the judicial system has become. Again, a 350 lb butt ugly women and her toothless family would have been little more than a couple paragraphs on page 2


                I tell you we are being played like puppets on a string by Microsoft, Apple and the media
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                • #23
                  Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                  Originally posted by TheMaster
                  There can be thousnads of reasons why a parent would kill a child. From revenge on her parents to wanting to go out every night and party to wanting to find a man without having to be bothered with a child. She was 22 yrs old and on drugs.
                  I once saw a guy try to straighten out the wrinkles in his pickup trucks bed liner.......for an hour. Now you tell me what he was thinking. He was on some DOPE. People on dope do dumbazz things you cant explain other than saying They are on dope.
                  you're speculating...you're not suppose to be able to convict on speculation alone.

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                  • #24
                    Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                    This is a good example of why we should not try terrorists in civilian courts.

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                    • #25
                      Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                      People are convicted all the time with circumstantial evidence. Even Capital Punishment.

                      There doesn't necessarily have to be unquestionable evidence that a person pulled the trigger, plunged the dagger, choked, or whatever to reach a guilty verdict.

                      There can be a "preponderance of evidence" present that a "reasonable person" (or 12) may find a person guilty of murder without even having a body. The notion of the prosecution not giving defining evidence that this person was the direct cause of death and therefore cannot be found guilty of the crime is incorrect.

                      It appears to most that the evidence presented warranted guilt. But apparently the jurors did not come to a similar conclusion.

                      That's the problem with courts. They do not always give you justice. They only give you a chance at justice.


                      J.C.

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                      • #26
                        Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                        Originally posted by Flux View Post
                        Her father was a cop and all emergency personnel know how to preform CPR..it's a job requirement for Police-fire- & EMS. Did it come out in the trial if Casey Anthony or her mother new CPR? While the trash bags and duct tape don't look good and can't be explained...what motive would Casey have to kill her own child? I believe we do things in life because we have a motive to do so. Do we think Casey just woke up one day and said "I don't want Caylee anymore, so I'm going to kill her?" Casey didn't strike me as an Andrea Yates or any of those other nuts bags that killed their children because they were all whacked out in the brain. I don't think anyone can possibly explain why people do strange things to make themselves look guilty after the fact...I sure as heck don't have an answer to that.
                        She'd been lying to her parents for two years about working at Universal Studios. Babysitting was getting harder and harder for her to convince her parents to do so she invented a nanny. She could not live the night life she wanted with Caylee attached to her hip. She researches Chloroform on the Internet and mixes up a batch for Caylee. She knocks Caylee out and puts her in the truck while she goes out with her boyfriend. Caylee dies so she disposes of the body in the swamp.

                        Now ask yourself why everyone buy Casey mourned Caylee's death? What type of mother does that make her?

                        Mark
                        "Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony

                        I never lost a cent on the jobs I didn't get!

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                        • #27
                          Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                          Originally posted by TheMaster
                          You do not hafta prove WHY. Theres no way you can get into everyones head and figure out why they commit murder. Its not possible nor required.

                          How many times in the beginning did the detectives tell Casey Anthony....."If there was an accident and caylee was killed we need to know now" What was her answer
                          time after time to everyone???" Zanny had her" was her answer. Well Zanny was proved not to even exist.

                          Why would you believe it was an accident? Because she said it was? The same Ho that was clubbing every night looking for her baby? Or do they expect us to believe it was an accident because of the duct tape wrapped around the babys head? The woman is a pshyco path and they come in all wrappers.....some even have a pretty smile and a nice rack.
                          You were speculating that drugs make people do crazy things. I tried drugs 1 time in my life, and it didn't make me do crazy things.

                          Normally there is a "who-what-& why" in any murder trial.

                          The who - who did it

                          With what- what was used to kill that person

                          why - motive

                          What parameters do we use label someone a Psychopath? Jeffery Damer was a Psychopath...should we put Casey Anthony into that same category as him?

                          I believe it was an accident because there was no motive and cause of death was unknown, they just ruled it was a homicide which doesn't make sense if they don't know what caused it. Casey was offered limited immunity in the beginning and she didn't take it, and decided to roll the dice instead with a jury trial. If this was such a slam dunk case immunity of any kind wouldn't of been offered at all. The Prosecution kind of had a weak case to begin with...not enough to nearly convict on 1st degree with the death penalty on the table.

                          Who's finger prints were on the duct tape?

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                          • #28
                            Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                            Originally posted by ToUtahNow View Post
                            She'd been lying to her parents for two years about working at Universal Studios. Babysitting was getting harder and harder for her to convince her parents to do so she invented a nanny. She could not live the night life she wanted with Caylee attached to her hip. She researches Chloroform on the Internet and mixes up a batch for Caylee. She knocks Caylee out and puts her in the truck while she goes out with her boyfriend. Caylee dies so she disposes of the body in the swamp.

                            Now ask yourself why everyone buy Casey mourned Caylee's death? What type of mother does that make her?

                            Mark
                            Mark, have you ever lied to your parents before regardless of reason?

                            You're speculating that she didn't want Caylee anymore because she wanted to party all the time. There is absolutely no proof what so ever that casey said she wanted to live that lifestyle, and didn't want her child anymore.

                            Casey's mom admitted to searching the word Chloroform. If she's lying shouldn't charges be pressed against her as well?

                            I'm not saying Casey was mother of the year, but I'm also saying I don't think she is a cold blooded murderer either.

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                            • #29
                              Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                              Originally posted by Flux View Post
                              Mark, have you ever lied to your parents before regardless of reason?

                              You're speculating that she didn't want Caylee anymore because she wanted to party all the time. There is absolutely no proof what so ever that casey said she wanted to live that lifestyle, and didn't want her child anymore.

                              Casey's mom admitted to searching the word Chloroform. If she's lying shouldn't charges be pressed against her as well?

                              I'm not saying Casey was mother of the year, but I'm also saying I don't think she is a cold blooded murderer either.
                              Behavior beats hearsay.


                              J.C.

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                              • #30
                                Re: Who put the "da" in Florida?

                                I'd bet she tries to get into some type of porn. She will will be judged one day for what happened.
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