The blog has been abuzz with the Anthony trial, with plenty of argument one way or another. As you know, I did not think the Prosecution proved a thing other than that child is dead and somebody hid her body. I thought Casey was a POS poster girl for white trash and I felt she was guilty. But we don’t convict in an American court of law based on what we “feel”. The case, to me, was oozing Reasonable Doubt. If I were on the jury I would have been forced to do the same thing they did: Find her Not Guilty. This does not mean Innocent, it simply means there was no really useful evidence to say beyond a reasonable doubt that she killed her child.
Here is an interview with the alternate juror who notably took copious notes.
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