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TOURMELIS. NO i would not...but again Casey never made the call the Grandmother did someone had too...once all evidence was tampered with and body decomposed then the call was made...I would call immed within minutes if my child was only 2yrs old..and i sure wouldnt be out partying and shopping and getting tatoos..you wouldnt smell a dead body in my car and my parents wouldnt put a man hunt out to save my ass to cover everything up and wash my car..they wouldnt lie for me its not because they dont love me its because they love me but they will bring justice for my child...It would hurt them to do it but i was raised on values...something that family dont have..
The bottom line is this. She didn't report her child missing for 31 days. A audio of that is on a 911 tape. She should of been charged for the grievous mistake. Everyone that has a child, grandchild, niece, nephew answer this question.
Would you wait 31 days to report that child missing?
I still think that there should be ABSOLUTE proof of guilt before someone is convicted. If the jurors were not convinced, then they just weren't convinced. It's not like the defense did a spectacular job--the prosecution simply over-reached with what they could genuinely prove.
Is she guilty if she's crazy? Like, seriously crazy? And if you kill your own child, doesn't that mean that you're crazy? And if your own mother treats you like absolute shit, are you guilty if you in turn are a real shitty mother?
After all that's been said, I'm still not sure Casey Anthony set out to murder her child. I'm not convinced that she didn't, either.
Maybe the problem is voir dire. Anyone who may have formed an opinion or has strong feelings about the case is excluded from the jury. So what does that leave? People who aren't interested enough in current events to form or express an opinion? People who have no strong feelings about the possible murder of a child?
Seems like you've eliminated anyone with a strong moral conscience, or with a thoughtful opinion, or any kind of curiousity about the world they live in. So who's left?
This case made international news right from the get go and of course we too found it most difficult to accept the jury's opinion. Nonetheless, the judicial system has had its say...and a focus on the search for truth is somewhat ironic here. However, Society now has the responsibility to set an example and to ensure this type of behaviour is not encouraged in our day to day lives or our Courts. We will not provide any of these "players" with financial rewards, we will boycott any publications, movies etc., and we will do it in the memory of a innocent precious child. Society can now judge the past, present and future behavior of the individuals and it maybe more harsh for Casey than the ultimate death sentence. We will remember and remind them everyday of their lives. No death threats, no physical action just a new form of banishment.
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