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(WTSP)   Best pictures of Casey Anthony getting a noogie from her lawyer you will see all day   (wtsp.com) divider line 20
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2013-03-04 12:57:20 PM  
3 votes:
I don't really get this whole "hide under the coat" thing.  She was judged innocent in her daughter's death.  She's never going to jail for that.  This is a bankruptcy hearing.  If I were her, I'd be walking straight up and chin high, daring people to comment.  What does she have to lose at this point?  She's already universally reviled.  It's not like cowering under the lawyer is going to garner any sympathy.
2013-03-04 01:14:59 PM  
2 votes:

whizbangthedirtfarmer: hdhale: Zenaida Gonzalez and former meter reader Roy Kronk both plan to sue Anthony. They're fighting the bankruptcy, because if Anthony is successful in going bankrupt, they're worried they'll lose their ability to sue her.

Because their lawsuits will clearly bring the little girl back from the dead.  WTF?

If they can't be in prison, you can always hound them to death and try to keep them on the brink of poverty.  Ron Goldman has pursued OJ Simpson with the fury of a thousand sons, and so OJ eventually farked up and ended up in jail.


Except that I had about 5 minutes where I felt sorry for Ron Goldman, and after that I pretty much wanted to see him get hit by a bus and I figured OJ was guilty was day 1.

OJ farked up because OJ was farked up, it had nothing to do with the professional victim pursuing him.  You don't slash two people to death and suddenly you're all better--ask Lizzie Borden.  He never got any help for his obvious issues and it was a matter of time before he did something really stupid.  The incident in Vegas was that really stupid.
2013-03-04 01:04:08 PM  
2 votes:

Close2TheEdge: I don't really get this whole "hide under the coat" thing.  She was judged innocent in her daughter's death.  She's never going to jail for that.  This is a bankruptcy hearing.  If I were her, I'd be walking straight up and chin high, daring people to comment.  What does she have to lose at this point?  She's already universally reviled.  It's not like cowering under the lawyer is going to garner any sympathy.


There are enough people who feel strongly about this that if she gets into the habit of letting people know she's still alive or going out in public without cowering in terror, she will almost certainly be the victim of any number of forcible felonies.
2013-03-04 12:52:18 PM  
2 votes:

hdhale: Zenaida Gonzalez and former meter reader Roy Kronk both plan to sue Anthony. They're fighting the bankruptcy, because if Anthony is successful in going bankrupt, they're worried they'll lose their ability to sue her.

Because their lawsuits will clearly bring the little girl back from the dead.  WTF?


If they can't be in prison, you can always hound them to death and try to keep them on the brink of poverty.  Ron Goldman has pursued OJ Simpson with the fury of a thousand sons, and so OJ eventually farked up and ended up in jail.
2013-03-04 04:26:52 PM  
1 votes:

scubamage: namegoeshere: kumanoki: sloshed_again: The fact they couldn't prove it does''t make her a good girl.

The fact they couldn't prove it makes her innocent. Whether or not shes a dirty, nasty, slutty, tramp of a whore of a slut is irrelevent.

Absolutely not. It makes her not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. There's a big difference.

Wrong. The presumption of innocence is a legal right. The burden of proving her guilty lies on the accuser (the DA). They failed at proving her guilty, therefore, she remains innocent. The defendant is always assumed to be innocent up until the accuser has proved beyond a reasonable doubt that that fundamental assumption is wrong.

She is innocent.


The presumption of innocence is a legal tenet. She can not be legally punished for that crime. However, we, the public, are under no such restriction. We do not need to believe her innocent just because the court found her not guilty.
2013-03-04 03:42:01 PM  
1 votes:

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: scubamage: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Wow, people white-knighting this chick.

Not white-knighting anyone. Trying to get idiots to understand how the legal system works. It could be you, the guy down the road, hitler, whoever.

There is always a presumption of innocence. If the state doesn't prove otherwise beyond a reasonable doubt, they remain innocent.
It's not.that.farking.hard.to.understand.

She was found not guilty. It does not mean that she did not kill her daughter.
If I was on the jury, I probably would have voted not to convict also. That would be based on the case presented, not on my gut feeling that she was the one to kill her daughter.
It's not.that.farking.hard.to.understand.


The real failure was the prosecutor not bringing lesser charges as fall-backs.  I have a feeling they could have gotten a conviction for criminal negligence if they'd tried for it.
2013-03-04 02:57:09 PM  
1 votes:

sloshed_again: scubamage: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: KrispyKritter: ...she was acquitted. that's supposed to mean something.

It means that the DA's office was inept.

It means that idiots value popular media's opinion of who is and isn't guilty more than the results of careful deliberation of evidence by 12 jurors. The DA's office doesn't render the verdict, the defendant's peers do. If you can't deal with the fact that the evidence to convict simply didn't exist, you need to grow the hell up.

Go suck on mommas nipple a little more

Everyone knows what went down.

The fact they couldn't prove it does''t make her a good girl.


And 600 years ago everyone thought the world was flat - and they were wrong. "Everyone" can be really farking stupid and blind sometimes. That's why we do our best to prevent mob rule.

We have our system because it's the best thing we've found so far. The evidence available wasn't enough to convict her on the charges, so she went free. She is innocent until proven guilty. Since she was not proven guilty, she is therefore innocent. Simple.

Just because Nancy Grace told you otherwise doesn't change the fact that the evidence simply isn't there. And if you think, "everybody knows..." is a good enough reason destroy someone's life, you really need to never vote because you lack even a basic understanding of how this country and its legal system work.

But please, if you somehow feel that your knowledge of the case via TV is somehow superior to that of the 12 jurors who actually viewed every shred if evidence in the case in the first person in that courtroom and sat through every minute of testimony, do go on. I'd love to see how you can rationalize that.
2013-03-04 02:24:53 PM  
1 votes:

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: KrispyKritter: ...she was acquitted. that's supposed to mean something.

It means that the DA's office was inept.


It means that idiots value popular media's opinion of who is and isn't guilty more than the results of careful deliberation of evidence by 12 jurors. The DA's office doesn't render the verdict, the defendant's peers do. If you can't deal with the fact that the evidence to convict simply didn't exist, you need to grow the hell up.
2013-03-04 01:55:34 PM  
1 votes:
She wasn't judged innocent, she was judged "not guilty".  i.e., Not enough evidence to convict her.  Nobody is asked to prove their innocence here.

There is a difference.
2013-03-04 01:40:54 PM  
1 votes:

RangerTaylor: I want some better fat Casey pics.  I heard she gained hella weight.


Well come on, she's already lost the baby weight.

/all of it
2013-03-04 01:37:08 PM  
1 votes:

Close2TheEdge: I don't really get this whole "hide under the coat" thing.  She was judged innocent not guilty in her daughter's death.  She's never going to jail for that.  This is a bankruptcy hearing.  If I were her, I'd be walking straight up and chin high, daring people to comment.  What does she have to lose at this point?


FTFY.  Also I'd suspect she may have tried to change her appearance, which is why she's avoiding cameras.
2013-03-04 01:29:20 PM  
1 votes:

hdhale: whizbangthedirtfarmer: hdhale: Zenaida Gonzalez and former meter reader Roy Kronk both plan to sue Anthony. They're fighting the bankruptcy, because if Anthony is successful in going bankrupt, they're worried they'll lose their ability to sue her.

Because their lawsuits will clearly bring the little girl back from the dead.  WTF?

If they can't be in prison, you can always hound them to death and try to keep them on the brink of poverty.  Ron Goldman has pursued OJ Simpson with the fury of a thousand sons, and so OJ eventually farked up and ended up in jail.

Except that I had about 5 minutes where I felt sorry for Ron Goldman, and after that I pretty much wanted to see him get hit by a bus and I figured OJ was guilty was day 1.

OJ farked up because OJ was farked up, it had nothing to do with the professional victim pursuing him.  You don't slash two people to death and suddenly you're all better--ask Lizzie Borden.  He never got any help for his obvious issues and it was a matter of time before he did something really stupid.  The incident in Vegas was that really stupid.


I would venture to say that Goldman couldn't really give a shiat about what you think.  He wanted revenge for his son's death, for which he felt OJ was responsible.  OJ acted like a nut and got thrown into jail ... over money.  He had heard someone had some of his sports memorabilia, most of which most athletes wouldn't care about.  But OJ had to sell his house, most of his trophies and sports stuff, and STILL couldn't keep Goldman's creditors at bay.  I do think that OJ wanted some quick cash, and so he went after the cut-rate scrub who was selling some of his stuff.  Else, he would have called the police.
2013-03-04 01:05:48 PM  
1 votes:
1. file chapter 7 bankruptcy
2. move to another state
3. find someone to briefly marry you
4. get state to issue you new license in "married" name
5. get divorce

call me so I can do you for helping you
2013-03-04 01:01:10 PM  
1 votes:
Bankrupt? She's been mentally bankrupt all her life.
2013-03-04 12:49:19 PM  
1 votes:
I wonder if she wakes up after a crazy night of parties, booze and coke and blowing random dudes and thinks to herself, yeah totally worth killing that brat.
2013-03-04 12:40:54 PM  
1 votes:
If women want to hide why not just wear a burka
2013-03-04 12:38:57 PM  
1 votes:
Tot mom, tot mom, tot mom, tot mom, TOT MOM.
2013-03-04 12:37:18 PM  
1 votes:
That's not a nuggie, it's a headlock.
2013-03-04 12:35:40 PM  
1 votes:
I feel sad for her daughter.
2013-03-04 11:53:29 AM  
1 votes:
She's no Gilda Radner.
 
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