Casey Anthony Juror Goes Into Hiding

This is a terrible story, but then what would you expect at this point?

Juror #12 should sell her story for a couple million $ and leave the country, too.  France, I think.  It’s more sane, calmer.

We’ve become this brutal and primitive tribe.  Lawless.

I wish I could thank her personally, but I don’t even want to know who she is, and even if I did I would advise her not to tell me or anyone else.

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13 responses to “Casey Anthony Juror Goes Into Hiding

  1. hcannon

    After this how can a jury render a good decision without the fear of repercussions?

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  2. skid

    Thanks to Nancy Grace and the rest of the CNN crowd. This trial would be no big deal without that scavenger crew whipping up the lynch mob and lying by omission about the evidence.

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  3. bluebird

    I think HLN and their legal analysts should be disbarred for inticing and creating a mob against the very legal system they vowed to uphold.

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    • I have to admit I have had that thought myself. What a scourge on the profession Nancy Grace really is.

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      • bluebird

        If you look Nancy Grace’s Wikipedia write up you will see that she the Supreme Court of Georgia took issue with her for prosecutorial misconduct–three times I believe. I found this very informative, in addition to the suicide of a former interviewee on her show. I have lost all respect for CNN.

        I was hoping Cheney Mason would take the lead on seeking remedial measures against the media lawyers who spun this case out of control. He alluded to that in his appearance after the verdict.

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        • skid

          I guess the citizens of Atlanta can be grateful that Nasty is no longer a prosecutor. Too bad they did not disbar her like Nifong, another case she got all wrong.

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          • Country Lawyer

            Exactly! I am from NC and in my mind the Anthony case is not a whole lot different than the Duke LAX case. Of course, it is terrible that Caylee is passed on (no matter how it happened), but I can’t help but believe that Jeff Ashton and the head DA were both trying to get famous making this a Death Penalty case. I can’t even conjure up another reason for going Capital with this one (even if Caylee was killed just like they said she was).

            On another note, I find it funny that the same people who will cry free speach, I want my guns and the government should stay out of my business (all ideas I personally believe in) can’t connect those Constitutional issues to a fair trial by jury?

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            • bluebird

              Is there anyone who will not make money from this case? The Journalists, the witnesses, the jurors, the neighbors, the private investigators, tv personalities, analysts, former jurors, lawyers, publicists–nobody says anything UNLESS the people making money are Casey Anthony, her defense team, and only the jury members who thought it was more likely an accident.

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              • Country Lawyer

                I know, the hypocrisy is unbelievable. It is even worse b/c in my mind the whole fiasco was the making of the State. They had the choice not to make this a capital case and bring up sham evidence. The other people, although it was their choice to be involved in the case, did not create this fiasco.

                By the way, Gretta did a really good show last night with Mason and the juror foreperson. Based on their descriptions of the ductape, I am even more convinced than before. We couldn’t see the pictures b/c of the nature, but they made it clear it was a huge logical gape between that tape and smother. Oh yeah, the person who sate 10 feet away from George said his body language was dishonest. You can’t see that as well on TV.

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              • I certainly think the death penalty overkill (pun intended) was a strategic error, but all of a sudden the MSM is making too much of that.

                As you point out, it might also have been just as significant a strategic error to build a circumstantial case around George, who impresses a lot of people as kind of shifty, or worse – not just me and you.

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        • skid

          Three times are just the number of times she got caught.

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  4. marie

    Thank goodness to see some sanity in an insane world. There needs to be consequences for the media one only has to look to what happened in England to see how low the media will go. There has to be some standards in journalism if we are ever to become sane again.

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