A child is dead.
Someone’s baby was murdered, and now that the world is aware of this fact, they (we) want justice to be served in the name of this child.
This trial was never about giving casey Anthony her 15 minutes of fame and a movie deal…it is and always was about the beautiful child, a gift to the world who was tagged with the name Caylee Anthony, merely a geographical title of course.
Should God have allowed this gift to be delivered to your home, she would have been marked with a different name of course, and she would be playing with her Petshop critters and watching the Wiggles in her room today.
But this child didn’t get to choose her parents, any more than you did.
Caylee had a personal bodyguard from birth who turned on her.
Her bodyguard knocked her out with chloroform and placed duct-tape over her mouth & nose so she would die in her sleep. Being Caylee’s mother as well, this seemed the most humane way to remove this obstacle from the newly-planned future.
This self-centered demon was taking the first step in her new life of partying and running with her new boyfriend, untethered by a child. She immediately got a new tattoo to celebrate this new life.
Arrested three times in three months on various charges ranging from theft to obstruction of an investigation, it wasn’t until October of 2008 that It was finally arrested
(arrest #4 in 4 months) and charged with the murder of Caylee.
Along the way, a sheriff’s deputy lost his job for lying about his sexual relationship with this waste of oxygen, which further impeded the ongoing investigation into what had happened to Caylee.
Today, a jury gave the slug-beast a spanking and sent her on her way. Not Guilty.
Caylee is still dead.
Double Jeopardy protection afforded by the Constitution prevents our justice system from making a second attempt at prosecution for murder (or similar charges)…but are we really done with this heartless harlot? I think not.
As a community, we’ve all gone video-crazy.
Common sense means less than ever before. Everyone wants to see the video of the crime so we don’t have to think, and decide what really happened…and without a video, the prosecutors are pushing boulders uphill.
Before the age of video cameras at every turn, logic and common sense was a powerful force, but on today’s minds it is wasted. “Show us the video!”
You know as well as I do that the world is not satisfied with the results of this trial, and you hope as I do that the crime in question today will not be swept under a rug and forgotten by the American justice system.
Caylee is still dead.
* This mother, the Lowest of the low-life characters in our society, taught us a new definition for the word “selfishness”. If she deserves anything, it’s credit for that.