Jump to content
NewMarketSean

Casey Anthony - Not Guilty of Murder.

Recommended Posts

What a joke. Our country's judicial system is a complete joke. I've seen it personally fail me and my family and verdicts like this just goes to show that if they make a case high profile enough, the person will get off. Thankfully she can now go out with OJ and hunt down the real killers.

If you are rich, or just famous, can assume you will get off. Go ask the head of the IMF. Did anyone really think he was going to be convicted? Hell, that didn't even make it to a court system, probably because they knew they couldn't beat the system.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I am absolutely disgusted right now. If there is one thing in this world that pisses me off beyond all belief, it is when the the life of a child is harmed, or in this case, senselessly and thoughtlessly taken away. I really want to hear what the juror's line of thinking, but even after I do it won't be good enough for me. The legal system cannot be trusted when a major headline case comes into play.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nancy Grace's head is going to explode.

I followed this trial pretty closely over the weekend with my wife...and I can't believe it either.

True, there wasn't any SOLID evidence, but everyone was saying there was ENOUGH evidence to get a conviction. And there was.

Casey Anthony lied and lied and lied and lied her ass off and now she's gotten away with murder. That's got to be a big ego booster right there.

Edited by NewMarketSean

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I really hope this woman ends up homeless with not a penny to her name, and for good measure, I hope she ends up struggling for survival in some forsaken swamp.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I would be curious to hear what any of our OH lawyers have to say about this one. I haven't been following that closely, but from everything I've heard/read it seemed pretty obvious to me that she would be found guilty.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It's a shame but she's hardly the first or last person to get away with murder... what I don't understand is why this case was such a spectacle to begin with.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
It's a shame but she's hardly the first or last person to get away with murder... what I don't understand is why this case was such a spectacle to begin with.

Because Casey was attractive and the kid was cute. And Casey was a head-case who was easy to hate. And Nancy Grace followed her case every day for like 3 years.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Nancy Grace's head is going to explode.

I followed this trial pretty closely over the weekend with my wife...and I can't believe it either.

True, there wasn't any SOLID evidence, but everyone was saying there was ENOUGH evidence to get a conviction. And there was.

Casey Anthony lied and lied and lied and lied her ass off and now she's gotten away with murder. That's got to be a big ego booster right there.

There is 0 funny about this:angryfire:

The pain a murder victim goes thru is TRUE hell! Sadly,I know that!:(

Nancy Grace head SHOULD explode!

NO CHILD KILLER SHOULD EVER GO FREE:002_scry:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I really hope this woman ends up homeless with not a penny to her name, and for good measure, I hope she ends up struggling for survival in some forsaken swamp.

I agree 100%!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


Orioles Information


Orioles News and Information

Daily Organizational Boxscores

News

Tony's Takes

Orioles Roster Resource

Orioles Prospect Information

2018 End of Season Top 30 Prospects List

Prospect Scouting Reports

Statistics

2019 Orioles Stats

2019 Orioles Minor League Stats

Baseball Savant Stats







  • Posts

    • o   Astros Players say that Yankees Fans Crossed a Line with Zack Greinke Heckling (By Deesha Thosar) https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/yankees/ny-zack-greinke-roberto-osuna-fans-hecking-houston-astros-alcs-game-4-20191018-kv6qb6s32ngzdmg6tyubdhsd34-story.html   o
    • Encarnacion definitely looks the part, you see him on a good day and I wouldn't blame anyone thinking he's a top 10 prospect in the system. There are a bunch of above average tools and good bat speed. It's the skills part of baseball that is holding him back. His footwork can get wonky at 3B and is the cause of most of his errors, but it is improved and I think he'll be an average glove there eventually. The big issue is a poor approach and terrible pitch recognition. He's a total guess hitter, he can hit spin if he's sitting on it, but it's a total guess style, he doesn't adjust or waste pitches and sometimes he gets caught in between which is even worse. I'm concerned that those are things that don't usually improve out of nowhere. But the ceiling is still average to above average regular, but it's a really low probability outcome and the floor is not making it out of AA.  Carmona looked good at 2B the few games I watched and he still has quick hands and good bat speed, but the swing mechanics are still a mess. He's rarely loaded and ready to attack on time which leads to weak contact and rolling over on pitches frequently. I'm not sure why he played so sparingly, so it's possible an injury hindered his performance. The ceiling isn't quite as high as Encarnacion, but his issues are more fixable IMO.  These guys have pretty serious flaws and neither fits the definition of hitterish, so they'll be a good test of the Orioles new player development machine, it'd be a good sign if they could get one of these two straightened out. 
    • Akin, Hays, and Harvey on OD roster.  Mountcastle after the service clock issues.  Tate as an up/down guy till he pitches well enough to stick. I think that’s it in terms of “prospects”.  Diaz might get a Sept callup but most likely the Mountcastle treatment.  If Akin didn’t get a call up last year then I don’t see any of the SP prospects getting called up either.   No point to rush to start service clocks in a 100 loss season.  
    • @Luke-OH or anyone else, what’s your take on these two guys, 3B Encarnacion(21) .648 OPS in Delmarva https://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.fcgi?id=encarn000jea SS Jean Carmona(19) .561 OPS in Aberdeen in only 25 games.  https://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.fcgi?id=carmon000jea  
    • Zero. Waiver claims if we do. We’re staring at, Means, Bundy, Cobb, Wojo, Akin for next year. With Brooks and Ynoa as depth in the MLB bullpen. We’ll likely see a 14 man pitching staff(if allowed). Also keep in mind that players must be in the minors for 15 days and not 10 once they get optioned. Plus position players can only pitch if their team is losing or winning by 6+ runs.  With all that being said, I think we’re going to see us be forced to carry arms in the pen that can go multiple IP. Basically SP. Especially considering we do not want to touch the prospects in AAA next year at all. See Akin this year.  It would be a little crazy for us to not start the year with Ynoa, Brooks, and two others like them in the bullpen. 
    • The big takeaway for me from this thread is that our window to realistically compete doesn’t start till 2023. We have to pay Davis in 20-22. Cobb in 20-21.  We might give it hell in 2022 with the guys in AA-AAA now, plus AR, Hall, and Rodriguez, but we’re In no position to even sign a FA until then.  I don’t know what type of deals Elias will get offered, but the smart things to do would be to Mancini, Bundy, and Givens. Villar is a given. Then get top draft picks from losing in 20-22.  After the 2022 draft we should be taking the field with a cheap, talented roster, with a farm system ready to sustain a run. 
    • So if we go through the player mentioned here are the position that are expect to be effected:    (BOLD means eligible for the Rule 5 draft.)  Starters - (6) (2) Akin, Kremer, Lowther, Baumann. Wells , Zimmerman  Relievers - (6)  (3)  Harvey, Alvarado, Muckerhim, Tate, Kline, Klimek(Tony has mentioned) Catcher - (1) Cumberland Outfielders - (5) (3)Hays, Mountcastle, Diaz, Mullins, McKenna Infielders - Bannon, McCoy  That would be 20 players that played mostly or completely in the minors that would see some action in the majors this year.. And (9) players that need to be protected from the Rule 5 draft.  Can the O's protect them all?  Should they? That's a lot of players.  
  • Popular Contributors

×
×
  • Create New...