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July 7, 2011 by USA Post
Casey Anthony Facebook, In her last appearance in the Ninth Circuit Court of Florida, Casey Anthony was convicted of four crimes after having been found guilty of murdering her two-year-old daughter. Judge Belvin Perry, Jr., who has presided over the case for over a year, sentenced to one year in jail in Orange County and one and one 1,000 fine on each count. Judge Perry later said he would consult with counsel to determine how much credit you get in exchange is fulfilled.
The fact that Casey is here today and do not expect a more severe sentencing is the result of an impressive and surprising rejection of twelve residents of Florida State’s theory that Casey Anthony subjected her daughter, Caylee with chloroform at home before suffocating her with duct tape. For nearly a month, prosecutors called witness after witness, experts in forensic pathology, forensic chemistry, computer forensics, forensic entomology and even attempt to explain how Caylee died.
Even after the criminal trial nears its end, Casey could face at least two lawsuits that grew out of lies he told investigators. Texas Equusearch, a company looking for missing persons, says he uses more than 4,000 volunteers and more than 100,000 and went looking for Caylee, Florida. They are hoping to recover these costs if the benefits of Casey for a future book, movie or licensing agreement means. Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez is suing Casey for defamation; Casey’s name given to investigators that she said the nanny was watching Caylee. Gonzalez was a real person, but says he has never met Casey Anthony.
After the media is broken camp and the Americans moved to the national obsession is coming, what do we learn from all this? We tend to engage in large trials, there is a spectacular natural conflict that comes from our adversarial system of justice that was the perfect ingredient to the news cycles of 24 hours, when OJ Simpson was tried for the murder of more than 16. Thousands of schools, teachers arrested instructions for playing the verdict live on an October morning. (I was in class eighth grade science and saw the verdict live on TV)
Casey Anthony set the pace in the speed of light. One of the most trusted sources of information was power the Orlando Sentinel on Twitter, where one of the newspaper reporters live tweeted the procedure. If you missed something in the live broadcast from local networks, could go back through the history of Twitter and catch up, no problem
As Casey faced her jury, the U.S. was able to sound out tweets, texts, Facebook ads and comments from the story. Most of those who followed the verdict, according to my own informal survey, said a kind of horrified astonishment that he was down. In her heart of hearts, most Americans knew that there was insufficient evidence to convict Casey Anthony, but they were sure it was not totally innocent, either.
And yet, there are no innocents in the American legal system. If you are accused of a crime, not only is guilty and not guilty. The system is set up so, if possible, only those who are confidant the offense will be punished. Does not always work perfectly. Too often, people who have committed no crime go to jail, and those who have been complicit in the wild.
There is no way of knowing now what happens after Casey Anthony. You can try to lead a quiet life, make things right with her brother (whom her lawyers accused of backdoor way of molesting her) and her father, George (whom her lawyers accused of sexually abusing direct it) and her mother, Cindy (who many thought flirted dangerously close to perjury when he copped a search for “chloroform” in the family computer).
Attorney Casey, Jose Baez, said justice has been served because he was not convicted. He was, at best, half right. If he had been convicted and did not commit the crime would have been a miscarriage of justice severe. However, the results in its current form are much closer. Justice is part of the punishment, in part to the prevention of crime and all about accountability. And someone, somewhere still has blood on her or her hands.
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