Floridians lack common sense or much worse


Of course it’s assumed most Floridians are as intelligent and as common sensical as any in the country — notwithstanding the Bush-Gore presidential election results still in mind when significant numbers of Floridians made non sensical errors on their voting ballots that created “urban legends” of an “election stolen” — but the jury decision in the Anthony case wherein the buffoons in the jury could not conclude even that the dead child had been “endangered” by the actions of the mother takes matters into the realms beyond nonsensicalness… 

Just sayin’

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4 Responses

  1. Having sat on a death penalty case as jury foreman I can assure everyone that there had to be more to this.

    However, on the face of things? This appears to be a situation where justice was not served.

  2. Yes using common sense at the lowest level would have convicted this lady of at least endangering Caylee because the childs care was legally her mothes responsibility and she failed and lied and so shows guilt by her actions to cover up. The jury messed up

  3. It is becoming nearly impossible to formulate a successful prosecution without eyewitness evidence and the prosecution team made some tactical mistakes in assuming that they had sufficient circumstantial evidence to guarantee a murder conviction. The law has become so convoluted in favor of the defense that as long as a perpetrator “wears gloves and keeps their mouth shut” chances are good that they can get away with nearly all serious crimes. Most everyone who was exposed to the evidence seems to harbor deep suspicions that the little girl was murdered and abandoned, but apparently could not be convinced beyond “reasonable doubt”. Casey Anthony has much to answer for, but now she is beyond any legal punishment for her deeds. In the end, she must face God’s judgment in the form of her own conscience and I doubt if she will enjoy either a long or happy life.

  4. “…..but the non sensical jury decision in the Anthony case wherein the buffoons in the jury could not conclude even that the dead child had been “endangered” by the actions of the mother takes matters into the realms beyond nonsensicalness…”

    Yes, thank you. Thank you. I just wrote about this. I do not understand. I am outraged at their inability, for whatever reason, to convict her of aggravated child abuse/endangerment.

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