Skip to comments.'She is a good mother... we were right' Juror defends shock acquittal of Casey Anthony
Posted on 07/06/2011 1:58:31 PM PDT by Do Not Make Fun Of His Ears
An alternate juror in the Casey Anthony trials has said that he believes that Anthony was a good mother and that two-year-old Caylees death was just a horrific accident.
The sensational acquittal of Casey Anthony sparked outrage across the U.S. as angry spectators compared the trials outcome to the infamous verdict in the OJ Simpson case.
But Russell Huekler, one of five alternate jurors who were present for all the testimony and were sequestered with the 12 other jurors, said he would have given the same verdict and is stunned by the public anger.
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I have heard a lot of Freepers comment on this case, but I have yet to hear ANYONE make that ridiculous claim!
She had no job, she was a pahological liar, and she did not report her daughter missing, as she rotted in a trashbag in the woods.
I wonder if this brainless moron is typical of the other jury members?
Geraldo said that last night to BOR.
She would have been better off raised by wolves.
I must have missed this but how did this beautiful little girl get in the trashbag in the woods? Was it ever asked or explained by the cops or in the trial?
This juror also believed the defense theory of cause of death. He also stated that none of the states evidence was compelling.
He is obviously mentally challenged.
Well she must have done SOMEthing wrong.
Hugh Hewitt was right: the jurors are idiots.
She isn’t a good person. How could she be a good mother?
If its a jury made up of your peers I guess they would think Casey is a good mother.
The ONLY consolation from this abysmal carnival of human folly and sin, is that God has brought one of his precious little angels Home.
“This juror also believed the defense theory of cause of death. He also stated that none of the states evidence was compelling.
He is obviously mentally challenged.”
I did not follow the case and I’m only learning about it since yesterday. So far, I have not heard anything compelling enough that I would sentence someone to death for. Watching shows like 48 Hours, this seems to be common that the state builds circumstantial cases and is all shocked when they don’t get a victory....I’m thinking they should instead try these cases on lesser charges or something.
Now that we know that the “alternate juror” was an Obama voter, what do we know about the 12 cretins that were actually on this joke of justice?
You are on the jury. The state in the end of closing tells you, and I quote...”I HOPE she used the chloroform before she used the Duct Tape”. Can you explain that to me in a logical manner?
>>I must have missed this but how did this beautiful little girl get in the trashbag in the woods? Was it ever asked or explained by the cops or in the trial? <<
Well, according to the defense, Caylee drowned, and the Dad covered it all up after sexually molesting Casey. Then the mom did internet searches for chloroform, then she didn’t.
No one knows who searched for “neck breaking, internal bleeding” etc.
My theory is Caylee put duct tape over her mouth, walked into the woods, climbed into the trash bag, and suffocated.
Casey was so distraught by her father raping her that she tried to forget about it by partying and getting tattoos and making up lies about Zanny the Nanny. Also, in not reporting anything to the police.
The main thing is, this is a “HUGE VICTORY FOR JUSTICE”® and we can all celebrate the jury’s verdict!
Pass the fireworks and champagne.
I just wish people would learn the difference between an acquittal and a not guilty verdict.
Good Mothers and duct tape just seem to go together.(sarc)
>>I just wish people would learn the difference between an acquittal and a not guilty verdict.<<
Maybe I missed something...aren’t a “not guilty verdict” and an acquittal the same thing?
Casey was acquitted. She was found “not guilty”.
Am I wrong?
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