What really happened in the Casey Anthony Case? The Full Story.
(This was returned from Bill O’Reilly as Unread.)
Bill O’Reilly, you are the biggest “PINHEAD” of them all, concerning the Casey Anthony trial.No, it is not ”your job“ to educate all us “dummies” out here who don’t buy into your rants and rage, and demeaning of all the “stupid jurors.” No, it is not your job to set yourself up as prosecutor, judge and jury in this case, and hold your own TV trial. No, it is not your job to incite people to mob rage in the streets, without just cause.
Just because we do not have all the answers in this case, does not mean that someone should be executed based on some prosecutor’s conjecture (an opinion not founded on sufficient evidence; a guess; a surmise.)
If one would hold their rage and tantrums long enough to t-h-I-n-k, than (besides a mountain of other holes in the prosecutions testimonies,) one might realize that Casey had no logical motive to murder her daughter, (no baby sitting problems, or whatever) nor was there any evidence in the case that she was not a good mother, but to the contrary. There was nothing to show that Casey was in any kind of rut that would hinder her from going out and partying, finding a baby-sitter, or that she expressed to anyone that she felt tied down or burdened by her two year old daughter. The prosecutor’s theory and evidences did not hold up to logic, nor to any hard evidence, not even to any circumstantial logic. There was reasonable doubt galore! The prosecutor’s story was made-up, without any realistic evidence to back it up. Unfortunately, 2/3 of the people on the street grabbed it up hook-line-and-sinker, just because they are astonishingly judgmental, bloodthirsty, and taking no care to look at and consider the evidences. A modern day lynch mob!
The defense presentation is accurate, in that it was an accident gone bad, although the defense wisely chose to go only as far –as to best show the jury that there was reasonable doubt abound– in the story presented by the prosecution. So the question is WHY? What really happened? Why was there a need to cover up what really happened?
The story of the defense was that the child’s death was an accident gone bad, out of control, and that Casey’s father, George Anthony, proceeded to help cover it up. So, why didn’t Casey just tell the truth? Obviously, because Casey must have done something very stupid, such as using a little chloroform mixture to prompt her daughter Caley to sleep. In so doing, Casey could have caused her daughter’s death, which would be considered murder by the authorities and the courts.
Why was George, after the fact, contemplating suicide? Now, it is easy to understand the anguish that was building up inside George, according to what he himself had done, to help cover-up for Casey, while at the same time loving his grand daughter so much. (You can also observe his personal anguish, on the witness stand). Of course, now that the trial is over; people will surely be taking a closer look at George Anthony, and his part in all of this. Yes; it truly was an accident gone bad! And yes; it truly is a dysfunctional family. So Yes; Bill O’Reilly, –you are a “PINHEAD,” extraordinare!
Thank God, we still have Greta, and Geraldo.