I Hate Casey Anthony
July 10, 2011 by USA Post
I Hate Casey Anthony, For nearly two months, the murder trial of Anthony Casey breathes through the airwaves daily national television, then reinforced every night on cable television programs, which examines each word uttered in the room.
When Anthony was acquitted of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, hundreds of thousands of people captivated by the case – and some of her feelings of guilt – poured their anger on ads on Facebook and Twitter. These and other social networking sites provide a platform and a large audience for a decibel level of vitriol.
The threats were disturbing enough for the judge to postpone the release of the names of the jurors and make it more likely that Anthony will be released next week in secret.
Ads continued to fill an “I do not like Casey Anthony” the Facebook page Saturday, with about 39,000 people “liked” the page. In response to Anthony July 17 release date announced, one person wrote, “… may not even make it out of jail alive.”
On Friday, more than 700,000 people have signed an online petition calling for a federal Change.org “Caylee’s Law” making it a felony for not reporting a missing child in a timely manner.
Dr. Phyllis Chesler, a psychologist, author of “Mothers on trial,” said the case related to the people by the millions, because it taps primal instincts to reject the idea of?? A mother would never harm her child.
“Once a mother is accused, who has been convicted, because the instinct is to blame the mother,” he said. “She’s out of the law even though he was acquitted.”
Anthony was sentenced to four years for lying to the police, but is close to completing that term because of behavior in time served and good.
There are occasional voices of those who offer the view that the prosecution did not prove its case. “She is not guilty of what has already been tested is the love … stop wishing someone is dead,” one man wrote in one of the anti-Anthony pages.
On the morning of Friday, nearly 2.6 million people indicated on Facebook that keep the lights on the porch in honor of Caylee.
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