Casey Anthony acquittal, to whom does it seem to be the O.J. trial feminine style?
Soon enough all will know of the Casey Anthony trial, unless you were living under a rock, you know her. She is the so-called party girl who killed her daughter. I know in spite of the evidence or the jury interpretation of it people will believe by her actions that she was guilty to the max. Legally the state failed to show beyond all reasonable doubt she murdered or killed her daughter in anyway. The Constitution says she is innocent until proven guilty, which the state failed to do, so she is by default innocent. Do you feel or hold to that or do you believe she was guilty but just lucky not to be found guilty? If she is guilty but got off, what does that say about the Constitution on being innocent if not proven guilty? Why take part of the Constitution and defend it tooth and nail like freedom of speech or right to bare arms but ignore the innocence part? Is it because a child is dead and someone has to pay?