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Old 07-07-2011, 12:10 PM   #15
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Justice system is weighted to not guilty for all. Better 10 guilty go free than one innocent be punished. All that said, I would bet the farm that she did it but would have voted not guilty based on what I read and saw in the media. It was a sad day in that family.
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Not necessarily, but we noticed it and are watching. So far it's well within the rules.

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Old 07-07-2011, 01:16 PM   #18
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Old 07-07-2011, 01:18 PM   #19
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Not necessarily, but we noticed it and are watching. So far it's well within the rules.
Please: guys lets don't start bashing anyone"

The laws the law; in OJs case it just took a while, but justice will be served.
What goes around; comes around.
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Old 07-07-2011, 01:41 PM   #20
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What goes around; comes around.

Sadly, nothing is "coming around" for the victim, little Caylee.
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Old 07-07-2011, 01:43 PM   #21
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I wasn't picked for the jury - Therefore my opinion has no meaning.
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I agree that she is guilty, but as others have said, it is all in the evidence provided. A lot of it was circumstantial from what I remember. It has to be without a doubt to render a guilty verdict.

The case was too high profile. As with most high profile cases, the DA was pressured into pursuing the case too soon, without enough evidence to prove guilty without a doubt.
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Old 07-07-2011, 01:49 PM   #23
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You can believe whatever you want, BUT the American Justice system tried her by 12 of her peers and decided she was NOT GUILTY.

Sorry, thats just the way in works.
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Old 07-07-2011, 02:09 PM   #24
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You can believe whatever you want, BUT the American Justice system tried her by 12 of her peers and decided she was NOT GUILTY.

Sorry, thats just the way in works.
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Now that this is said: I watched most of the trial on TV and I hope the judge follows the law in the following"
The mom perjured (lied under oath after being sworn in) herself badly; (there were witnesses to prove this) this is a serious offence in a court of law; If he (the judge) follows the law, this women is looking at some serious jail time,

I'm not going to hold my breath.

I don't agree with the verdict, but the law is the law.
Lets see if they follow the law for the mom.
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It's good to see our system still works ,too bad a guilty person walks but the system works and we should all be glad that not everything in America is broke.You never know you may need the system to work for you are your family someday.
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Just because she was found Not Guilty does not mean she is Innocent.

As a Juror said "Because they could not give us proof of how death occurred, we could not convict"
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It's good to see our system still works ,too bad a guilty person walks but the system works and we should all be glad that not everything in America is broke.You never know you may need the system to work for you are your family someday.
I'm not so sure it worked in this case. OJ got his, maybe this gal will too.
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Fortunately or unfortunately Rules of Evidence and court procedures played a big factor. Child missing for that long and no report beyond belief but when your sitting in the Jury it's evidence not opinion that counts. Right or wrong
Many good folks wrongly imprisoned for the same reasons. It's all about the "proof"
They'll be judged and pay in the end
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