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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There were SEVERAL Nazi references. He/she even said this reminded him/her of 1930’s Germany. Are they removed now?
The “Seig Heil!” comment was directed specifically to me.
These weren’t just typical fare.
She can NOT be tried again. She can walk out of jail tomorrow and tell the world I did it and no one can touch her.
Your comments right now are the best you have made for days.
Very coherent, albeit kind of leaning toward self pity.
No comment. TX for the reply.
Divorced, Casey? NO, she was never married, her parents supported the baby Caylee while Casey partied! Before commenting in such a lengthy way, you should really get the facts of the case. Casey also spent the entire day, after Caylee was missing/dead, in bed with her boyfriend who testified on the stand that he even called off work to stay in bed all day with Casey! Tatoos, shortly after Casey went missing, buying beer, partying, smell of decomposition in the trunk of HER car, identified by her own father, mother, and others who have smelled that smell in their lifetime. All say it's an odor you never forget.
One thing which can happen to warp a jury is if a lawyer or lawyers happen to know the jurors and can strike a jury to get whatever type the lawyer wants.
I knew a lawyer in a small town in Alabama who nearly retired and alcoholic. He did little business but other lawyers would pay him to help them strike a jury because he had been so good at it in his day and he knew everyone.
My wife works for a funeral home and she will concur - you never do forget that smell.
>>One thing which can happen to warp a jury is if a lawyer or lawyers happen to know the jurors and can strike a jury to get whatever type the lawyer wants.
Well if ever a jury needed a good striking, it’s this one.
HAHAHAHAHA I made a funny!
I have no doubt Casey did it...
And for all the people saying there was no forensic evidence to tie Casey to a dead Caylee, well, they're right, since Cindy washed the pants Casey was wearing that smelled like death.
Scary that people like this guy make it on to jury’s. Nancy Grace (yep I watch her when cases like this come up) went through the jury resumes’ last night. Two only have 11th grade educations, one was arrested along with a boyfriend for beating up the girls father, several others have records of arrest for DUI and/or drugs. Prosecution didn’t want a lot of these jurors and the judge, wanting to stick to his schedule, would not allow them to be dismissed in voir dire.
I know the feeling. My now 40 year old daughter wandered out of the kitchen while we had company and fell asleep under her bed at age 4. Talk about utter panic. We lived in a neighborhood with lots of pools and as my husband ran from yard to yard he prayed he wouldn’t find her floating in one of them. The polic were called and a search ensued. We never thought to look uner the bed.
When we asked her why she was under the bed she simply said that she didn’t want to mess the covers.
I agree with you, Judge Perry had an agenda of TIME and he stuck to it, whether it was wise or not, we now live with this verdict!!!!! Sad, that the world is in such a hurry, that justice is NOT served!
Even though you are not worth commenting to. Time will tell who is right and who is wrong. It is not on your side. Watch and learn.
Righto they ignored it. Wonder why? Could it be that it was not worthy?
Heh, Heh, Heh...You lose.
You still with us screamy?
I am not 'wrong on the facts'. My point was that the jurors did not believe that Casey knew for a fact that Caylee was 'missing'. I won't dispute that they decided to believe what they apparently wanted to believe in this case and I have stated, quite clearly, that I disagree with their verdict.
You should be advised that self-righteousness, even in a just cause, is not compelling. Our collective disapproval and disgust won't change the verdict - and your outrage has been duly noted. I suggest that you give it a rest.
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