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(Amazon)   Casey Anthony Prosecutor Jeff Ashton's Book Drops Today. As far as reviews go, the jury's still out, but I think we can assume they'll get it wrong   (amazon.com) divider line 53
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2011-11-15 10:08:13 AM
i369.photobucket.com
 
2011-11-15 10:12:41 AM
Whew. I'm so glad he managed to profit off of this. I was really worried about him.
 
2011-11-15 10:28:33 AM
fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net
 
2011-11-15 10:35:10 AM
howeyeceverything.files.wordpress.com
 
2011-11-15 11:29:54 AM
oh I get it. This is funny cause the court of public opinion says she is guilty. How did our legal system operate before Nancy Grace?
 
2011-11-15 11:31:39 AM
or:

"I should have pled this out but wanted a political boost"
 
2011-11-15 11:34:04 AM

cbackous: oh I get it. This is funny cause the court of public opinion says she is guilty. How did our legal system operate before Nancy Grace?


You drown em and if'n they lives through it, theys guilty, sos you gotta burn em.
 
2011-11-15 11:36:09 AM
I know someone already posted this pic buuuttt it bears repeating

troll.me

img51.imageshack.us
 
2011-11-15 11:38:39 AM

Mugato: Whew. I'm so glad he managed to profit off of this. I was really worried about him.


He's an attorney for Christ's sake, of course he would try to profit off this, that is what coonts do. They act like coonts.

The people who actually PAY for this shiat are the people you should be mad at.
 
2011-11-15 11:38:58 AM
"I over reached"

The end.
 
2011-11-15 11:40:14 AM
Step 1) Suck at your job
Step 2) Lose what should have been an open and shut case
Step 3) Write a book about it
Step 4) PROFIT!

/so sorry the world failed you, baby girl. RIP
 
2011-11-15 11:41:35 AM
I am so glad you're here to tell us the absolute guilt or innocence of criminal defendants!

After all, surely the prosecutor withheld pertinent information and was inept and completely stupid!

(For the record, I watched nor read anything about the trial, much less anything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)
 
2011-11-15 11:42:35 AM

AnubisMan: cbackous: oh I get it. This is funny cause the court of public opinion says she is guilty. How did our legal system operate before Nancy Grace?

You drown em and if'n they lives through it, theys guilty, sos you gotta burn em.


good answer. the cut of your jib.. is pleasing.
 
2011-11-15 11:44:19 AM
cnettv.cnet.com
 
2011-11-15 11:46:07 AM

Snort: "I over reached"

The end.


This.

Should should be in jail.
 
2011-11-15 11:48:11 AM
I wish she'd stop getting media attention.
 
2011-11-15 11:51:29 AM
I wish she'd DIAF slowwwwwly
 
2011-11-15 11:53:13 AM
It sounds to me like he prosecuted her for the wrong thing.
 
2011-11-15 11:59:22 AM
Out of all the things that were "wrong" about this whole debacle, the jury is pretty low on the list.
 
2011-11-15 11:59:43 AM
how dare people disagree with a jury's decision. Juries have always been right.
 
2011-11-15 12:02:07 PM
When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)
 
2011-11-15 12:06:08 PM

Sapper_Topo: When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)


Ugh, is that her?
 
2011-11-15 12:08:52 PM
Classy.
 
2011-11-15 12:09:33 PM

Sapper_Topo: When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)


Let's see a picture of your back, oh no on second thought let us never see a picture of your back. I'm quite sure it would sicken us all.
 
2011-11-15 12:10:06 PM
Kind of off-topic, but I farkin' HATE people who try to hip up their speech by using the word "drops" in the context used in this headline. Jeff Ashton's book "comes out" or will be "released" is perfectly fine. When did we all decide to start talking like Jay Z ?
 
2011-11-15 12:11:54 PM

Barricaded Gunman: Kind of off-topic, but I farkin' HATE people who try to hip up their speech by using the word "drops" in the context used in this headline. Jeff Ashton's book "comes out" or will be "released" is perfectly fine. When did we all decide to start talking like Jay Z ?


Do you have a mouse in your pocket?
 
2011-11-15 12:12:05 PM

TheR0CK: Sapper_Topo: When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)

Let's see a picture of your back, oh no on second thought let us never see a picture of your back. I'm quite sure it would sicken us all.


You would not see the skin if my back. Too hairy.

On the plus side, I am a silverback and head up my group of breeding females.
 
2011-11-15 12:13:31 PM

TheR0CK: Sapper_Topo: When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)

Let's see a picture of your back, oh no on second thought let us never see a picture of your back. I'm quite sure it would sicken us all.


cache.ohinternet.com
 
2011-11-15 12:16:53 PM

Mugato: Whew. I'm so glad he managed to profit off of this. I was really worried about him.


No shiat. Frigging justice system has become a gorram three ring circus plus souvenir booth.
 
2011-11-15 12:25:15 PM

TheR0CK: Sapper_Topo: When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)

Let's see a picture of your back, oh no on second thought let us never see a picture of your back. I'm quite sure it would sicken us all.


The only thing wrong with my back is all the scratch marks your mom left back there last night!
 
2011-11-15 12:30:30 PM
Randomly Capitalized Words.
 
2011-11-15 12:51:48 PM

SDRR: TheR0CK: Sapper_Topo: When I first saw CA I thought "Id hit it!"

Then I Link (new window)

Let's see a picture of your back, oh no on second thought let us never see a picture of your back. I'm quite sure it would sicken us all.

[cache.ohinternet.com image 618x490]


Ehh, I think the line between white knighting and just calling out stupid is a little thicker than that.
 
2011-11-15 01:05:16 PM

Kit Fister: nything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)


THIS. Anyone who disagrees can hop the next boat to Moscow.
 
2011-11-15 01:07:02 PM
Clumsy guy, dropping his book like that.
 
2011-11-15 01:22:10 PM
Thye had him on the Today show before I left for work. He said he hoped she would fade into obscurity and be forgotten in a few years. Good luck with that after writing a book douche.
 
2011-11-15 01:35:06 PM

rfeick0: Kit Fister: nything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)

THIS. Anyone who disagrees can hop the next boat to Moscow.


Ain't it great to live in a country where we can disagree with a verdict, and it means nothing because in the scheme of things, if 12 reasonable people make a decision about a verdict, the person cannot be retried, nor can the verdict be thrown out or appealed.

That's it. That's the end. Like it or hate, it, this is a society that holds the rule of law over all else. There's a burden of proof on the prosecution, and protections for the defendant to prevent as much as possible, innocent people from going to prison unjustly.

When the system breaks and prosecutors falsify evidence and act shadily to convict someone they KNOW is guilty (but that are later proven to be innocent), THAT is when a great and terrible injustice is carried out.

Better that a hundred guilty men go free than one innocent man go to prison.
 
2011-11-15 02:36:09 PM

Kit Fister: rfeick0: Kit Fister: nything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)

THIS. Anyone who disagrees can hop the next boat to Moscow.

Ain't it great to live in a country where we can disagree with a verdict, and it means nothing because in the scheme of things, if 12 reasonable people make a decision about a verdict, the person cannot be retried, nor can the verdict be thrown out or appealed.

That's it. That's the end. Like it or hate, it, this is a society that holds the rule of law over all else. There's a burden of proof on the prosecution, and protections for the defendant to prevent as much as possible, innocent people from going to prison unjustly.

When the system breaks and prosecutors falsify evidence and act shadily to convict someone they KNOW is guilty (but that are later proven to be innocent), THAT is when a great and terrible injustice is carried out.

Better that a hundred guilty men go free than one innocent man go to prison.


THIS and THIS
 
2011-11-15 02:39:17 PM
Serious question. If that book gets published, can she sue for slander and user her aquital as evidence?
 
2011-11-15 02:42:18 PM

drunk_bouncnbaloruber: Serious question. If that book gets published, can she sue for slander and user her aquital as evidence?


If it is presented as opinion/my view of what happened, would it be slander?
 
2011-11-15 03:17:57 PM

Barricaded Gunman: Kind of off-topic, but I farkin' HATE people who try to hip up their speech by using the word "drops" in the context used in this headline. Jeff Ashton's book "comes out" or will be "released" is perfectly fine. When did we all decide to start talking like Jay Z ?


I hate it when someone is selcted for a task or position, and the word "tapped" is used. "Epstein tapped to be the next President of Baseball Operations for the Cubs."

These are people, not kegs.
 
2011-11-15 03:44:22 PM
Anyone who uses the term "drops" for newly released things should be dropped...on their head. Repeatedly.
 
2011-11-15 04:47:11 PM
He's on the Dr. Philled show tomorrow.
 
2011-11-15 06:54:43 PM

Kit Fister: rfeick0: Kit Fister: nything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)

THIS. Anyone who disagrees can hop the next boat to Moscow.

Ain't it great to live in a country where we can disagree with a verdict, and it means nothing because in the scheme of things, if 12 reasonable people make a decision about a verdict, the person cannot be retried, nor can the verdict be thrown out or appealed.

That's it. That's the end. Like it or hate, it, this is a society that holds the rule of law over all else. There's a burden of proof on the prosecution, and protections for the defendant to prevent as much as possible, innocent people from going to prison unjustly.

When the system breaks and prosecutors falsify evidence and act shadily to convict someone they KNOW is guilty (but that are later proven to be innocent), THAT is when a great and terrible injustice is carried out.

Better that a hundred guilty men go free than one innocent man go to prison.


Yeah, unless they're being held indefinitely, without due process, at Gitmo, then fark 'em!
 
2011-11-15 07:23:51 PM

Ezy Ryder: Kit Fister: rfeick0: Kit Fister: nything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)

THIS. Anyone who disagrees can hop the next boat to Moscow.

Ain't it great to live in a country where we can disagree with a verdict, and it means nothing because in the scheme of things, if 12 reasonable people make a decision about a verdict, the person cannot be retried, nor can the verdict be thrown out or appealed.

That's it. That's the end. Like it or hate, it, this is a society that holds the rule of law over all else. There's a burden of proof on the prosecution, and protections for the defendant to prevent as much as possible, innocent people from going to prison unjustly.

When the system breaks and prosecutors falsify evidence and act shadily to convict someone they KNOW is guilty (but that are later proven to be innocent), THAT is when a great and terrible injustice is carried out.

Better that a hundred guilty men go free than one innocent man go to prison.

Yeah, unless they're being held indefinitely, without due process, at Gitmo, then fark 'em!


If the people are prisoners of war, held for intelligence reasons, they are subject to the rules of the geneva convention. If they are being held as such, due process and all that doesn't apply. Only if they have been arrested for a crime, as I understand it.

And, frankly, with some of the people that are down there, fark em. They would plot to cause or carry out attacks killing as many americans as they could, and would rejoice in it. Let them rot.
 
2011-11-15 08:08:35 PM

Kit Fister: And, frankly, with some of the people that are down there, fark em. They would plot to cause or carry out attacks killing as many americans as they could, and would rejoice in it. Let them rot.


And the ones who were at the wrong place at the wrong time? Or do you think if they're in there then they must have done something?
 
2011-11-15 08:41:36 PM

Mugato: Kit Fister: And, frankly, with some of the people that are down there, fark em. They would plot to cause or carry out attacks killing as many americans as they could, and would rejoice in it. Let them rot.

And the ones who were at the wrong place at the wrong time? Or do you think if they're in there then they must have done something?


I think the people that are innocent that are in there should be given the opportunity to prove it, and theoretically the military tribunal will sort that out.

But its not perfect. I know something of what we don't hear about day to day, the stuff that gets stopped at the door. Given what an enemy driven by zealotry, that uses the ignorant and the faithful to destroy those they don't agree with, i'm not sure there are any solutions that deal well with the two extremes.

However, even abe lincoln suspended habeas corpus during the civil war. In the case of dealing with scumbags that would destroy us...no idea.
 
2011-11-15 08:52:53 PM

Kit Fister: I think the people that are innocent that are in there should be given the opportunity to prove it


Oh, okay. That sounds perfectly...well, completely backwards.

But we're scared!
 
2011-11-15 09:08:58 PM

Mugato: Kit Fister: I think the people that are innocent that are in there should be given the opportunity to prove it

Oh, okay. That sounds perfectly...well, completely backwards.

But we're scared!


When you're fighting a war, and you're going after and capturing military targets, the rules of evidence and such don't apply. These are not people arrested for dealing drugs or whatever. These are people captured on the battlefield. Again, the civilian ideals and principles do not apply.
 
2011-11-15 09:18:42 PM

Kit Fister: When you're fighting a war, and you're going after and capturing military targets, the rules of evidence and such don't apply. These are not people arrested for dealing drugs or whatever. These are people captured on the battlefield. Again, the civilian ideals and principles do not apply.


It's only a war because we call it a war. We haven't declared war on any country or regime. So we say "we're at war with 'terror'" and that gives us license to arrest anyone anywhere in the world for any reason and absolutely no rules apply. You don't see anything queer about that?
 
2011-11-16 07:19:19 AM

Ezy Ryder: Kit Fister: rfeick0: Kit Fister: nything from that vapid vampire coont nancy grace, so i'm not going to argue for or against the verdict, but simply point out that the courts are not infallable, but the verdict of 12 reasonable people must be respected.)

THIS. Anyone who disagrees can hop the next boat to Moscow.

Ain't it great to live in a country where we can disagree with a verdict, and it means nothing because in the scheme of things, if 12 reasonable people make a decision about a verdict, the person cannot be retried, nor can the verdict be thrown out or appealed.

That's it. That's the end. Like it or hate, it, this is a society that holds the rule of law over all else. There's a burden of proof on the prosecution, and protections for the defendant to prevent as much as possible, innocent people from going to prison unjustly.

When the system breaks and prosecutors falsify evidence and act shadily to convict someone they KNOW is guilty (but that are later proven to be innocent), THAT is when a great and terrible injustice is carried out.

Better that a hundred guilty men go free than one innocent man go to prison.

Yeah, unless they're being held indefinitely, without due process, at Gitmo, then fark 'em!


That doesn't count!

/cognitive dissonance FTW
 
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