Skip to comments.Casey Anthony Live Trial Thread: STATE REBUTTAL (7/04/11)
Posted on 07/04/2011 5:35:00 AM PDT by truthkeeper
Good Morning to all, and Happy Independence Day.
There are also sure to be courtroom fireworks as the State gives it rebuttal and the case is expected to be sent to the jury.
Court is starting early today at 8:30 a.m.
The countdown for justice for Caylee begins.
Good morning, FRiends. Happy 4th to all of you.
Lets hope the prosecution does a slam dunk today. Caylee needs some justice.
What happened to her is so unbelievable and unfair.
Why is this taking place on the weekend and the holiday? Isn’t court closed?
Sometimes it is hard to wrap our minds around this. I just hope the jury can.
Good morning and HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!
Thanks so much for doing these threads.
For anyone interested here is a link for live streaming from here in Orlando:
And here is an excellent timeline for the story:
Good morning, onyx. It’s nice to see you.
Justice should NEVER take a Holiday.
There is a young woman who lives across the street that looks so much like Casey. She talks to her kids like dogs.
All I have to do to believe something like this can happen is look at her.
The neighbor on the other side of this woman confronted her because she heard her smacking her oldest little boy around.
Proceedings are starting now at 8:30 a.m. on the dot. Baez objecting to rebuttal arguments being split between the prosecutors.
A commentator mentioned today that during the State's opening yesterday, one woman had her head down and was writing the entire while Ashton was speaking. She did not look at him, she just wrote. She was a grandmother, don't know if she was the infamous Juror #4, and don't know what it means.
Good morning Miss Truthkeeper! What a way to spend the Fourth.
Morning all - Happy 4th!
Interesting- I hadn’t heard about the juror writing.
Here is a list of the jurors:
Juror No. 4
A black female possibly in her 40’s who said that she did not like to judge people by what other people said about them.
Pre-Trial Publicity: She said nothing that she heard about the case would influence her own opinion.
Death Penalty: She said that she “thinks” she could recommend the death sentence after weighing the aggravating and mitigating circumstances. “I just don’t like to point my finger at anyone,” she said. “What I mean by that is, judging someone by what they say.”
The prosecution tried three times, once for cause and twice with peremptory challenges, to remove this juror from the panel. The prosecution objected, saying that the challenge was racially biased. Judge Perry agreed, and would not allow the peremptory strike.
Ashton up! So much better to tlisten to than Baez!
Casey looking giddy and crap while jury is out of the courtroom and once they come in she puts on her sour puss “Feel sorry for me” look. This kind of sick twisted POS needs the to go. Hope the jury will not be convinced of Beaz BS tactics.
I’m not sure what all this body language stuff means. To me it is akin to phrenology - the reading of bumps on the head. TV commentators love this stuff - I actually heard one say that a juror was drumming a pen on her thigh - as if this meant anything.
So I’m not really worried about any of this. Now, a lady who says she has trouble judging anyone - that scares me!
Thank you again for doing this, Truth.
Just heard a newsie on Fox debating Judge Alex on the “no evidence” canard. There IS evidence, lots more evidence than in many cases. I just hope one of her clones isn’t sitting on this jury.
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