Skip to comments.Casey Anthony Attorney: 'She did not kill her child.' (How Did He Meet Her At Her Home In 2010?
Posted on 07/12/2011 4:02:31 PM PDT by Laissez-faire capitalist
Though a recent Gallup poll found that nearly two-thirds of America believes that Casey Anthony was guilty of murder, one of her defense attorneys considers himself squarely in the minority on that topic. "I do believe her story," defense attorney Cheney Mason told TODAY's Savannah Guthrie on Monday. "I believed it from the first time I met her"...
Mason said he met with Anthony in her home weeks before he officially became a member of the defense team...
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Question: Didn't Mason join the defense in April 2010? Wasn't Casey Anthony locked up im October 2008? How did he meet her at her house from January 2010 to April 2010 (at least 12 weeks), or even from October 2009 to the end of December 2009 (at least 12 weeks) if Casey was locked up in October 2008?
Maybe I am missing something.... Am I?
Maybe lawyers lie to make a buck?
I give Cheney Mason the finger.
What say you?
Surely you jest?
I hate that phrase.
Because O’reilly says it? :)
He put the icing on the hate cake thats for sure
I admit I didn’t watch the video, but my thoughts on this case: Casey habitually chloroformed her beautiful child so she, Casey would be free to go out and party. One time she came home to find Caylee dead of an overdose and she panicked.
She tried to make it seem that Cayleee was kidnapped while waiting 331 days to report her missing! She put the tot’s body in the trunk of her car while she drove around to find place to dump it. She had covered the nose and mouth to hide the odor of chloroform.
If she was charged with manslaughter she would have been found guilty as charged.
By the time the body was found in the swamp, it had decomposed too much to detect a cause of death.
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oh dear, I didn’t eddit that very well, did I? Sorry.
I have a similar theory: Casey chloroformed Caylee and put her in the trunk, with tape over her mouth in case she woke up, while partying. Caylee either died of chloroform overdose or carbon monoxide.
1) Such plausible scenarios make it difficult to prove murder when there is no cause of death.
2) Casey technically didn’t “kill” Caylie, but was certainly complicit - is her attorney parsing words?
I say we accept the verdict of the jury.
The defense failed to prove guilt without a reasonable doubt.
That’s the way the American judicial system works.
I knew a lawyer once who told me that he always believed his client. It was his job.
The Internet search for chloroform was a ONE time search. Who knows why? NOT 84 times as the BOGUS phony report said, as it was actually “My Space” that got the 84 times.
Maybe you should consider the “FACTS”, before you just post BS.
What does that mean? We all do recognize what the jury decided. There's absolutely no obligation to agree with them.
"The defense failed to prove guilt without a reasonable doubt."
I think you mean the prosecution. That's only one possibility. Another is that they did prove and the jury failed to recognize it.
"Thats the way the American judicial system works."
Yes. So? Doesn't mean any given jury can't be wrong.
There are two hundred million Americans, to be exact, who will NEVER, EVER accept the verdict of the lazy, idiot, moron, Dumbass, Democrat jurors with $$$ in their eyes. So stop trying.
p.s. - try proof reading your posts ... the “Defense” failed to prove their case”?? Yes, we agree with that statement even tho the stupid jurors bought it hook, line and sinker. But that’s not what you meant, is it?
OK, how does he think the girl died?
heh, at the very least, even the stoopid jury knew she was a very big serial liar. Cheney must be senile. Cayee liked her too, Cheney.
That is a possible scenario. It was in fact addressed by the prosecution. Even if it happened that way it was still 1st degree murder.
"If she was charged with manslaughter she would have been found guilty as charged."
She was. It was one of three possible charges the jury could have chosen.
"By the time the body was found in the swamp, it had decomposed too much to detect a cause of death."
A cause of death is not required to prove murder.