Gotta Watch: Judging Casey Anthony case
Casey Anthony is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee Anthony, in the summer of 2008.
July 4th, 2011
08:29 AM ET

Gotta Watch: Judging Casey Anthony case

It's the capital murder case that's held our attention this summer. But has the prosecution proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Casey Anthony intentionally murdered her daughter? The jury is beginning their deliberations today, and now it's your chance to weigh in. You've gotta watch the most pivotal moments from the defense and prosecution and judge for yourself whether Casey Anthony is guilty or innocent.

Prosecuting Casey Anthony – The state of Florida contends Casey Anthony cared more about partying and having a fun life than being a mother. It's her motive for murder, according to prosecutors. They paint her as a liar trying to live the good life at the expense of her daughter.

Defending Casey Anthony – The defense brought molestation allegations against Casey Anthony's father and brother during the trial. It pointed to George Anthony as the real culprit behind the toddler's death and cover-up. Most importantly, Casey Anthony's defense team relied upon the fact that Caylee Anthony's cause of death is undetermined. It believes that's the real reason there's not enough evidence to convict the Florida mother of murder.

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  1. matt

    One commentator, a certain Ken, writes, “This woman is a shameless liar, a manipulator and a sociopath at the very least”. Agreed, but what Ken fails to mention is that she simply stands as representative, albeit for now (and I repeat, ‘for now’), of things to come.

    The abortion logic, which is based on a core, and I daresay, intentional ambiguity, leads straight to legalised infanticide. There was a great Charlie Brown cartoon once in which (pic 1) Lucy stomps on an insect, Charlie (pic 2) comments. “I thought your motto was ‘live and let live’”, Lucy (pic 3) thinks for a moment, and then, in pic 4, answers, “It wasn’t really living”. Same thing with the ‘fetus’. At the moment to of conception it isn’t really living, is it? 2 weeks later? You gotta be joking! 2 months after conception? 1 day before birth? And hey, why not after birth too? Casey’s is simply an avant garde figure, a glimpse if you will, into what’s in store tomorrow. Ultimately she got off the rap, not because she’s innocent, but because, following the satanic feminist script, she really did no harm because “Caylee wasn’t really living”, as opposed to swilling booze with her girlfriends shortly after her daughter’s disappearance – now, THAT’S living!

    July 8, 2011 at 10:46 am | Report abuse |
  2. Philip Porembski

    ok let me unveil this stuff... cause i know because the law tells everybody do not break the law, or i shouldnt even say tell... cuz their that kind... they do
    know though you shouln't break the law... but in reality only the law is lying because they know if you did not they could not put you in jail or prison ... when we say
    you shouldnt break the law... we mean it because we do not want you in jail or prison, the law knows you shouldn't but obviously believe you SHOULD because each and everyone of them
    cannot put you in prison and jail which is something they do if you did not break the law .. the same one 'you shouldn't' when i tell you for instance.. you shouldnt break a toy... than you know
    im honest with my word and there is no 'you shouldnt but you should just so i can do this to ya for it' so their not even real or actually no idea what their doing... cause there is no should and shouldnt...
    they all want you too or think you should because to do what they do which is put people in jail and prison you should... and lie and tell ya you shouldn't, so lets think about that... why on earth would they lie and say
    you shouldnt when they all know that you should because they would not be able to do what they do which is put people in prison and jail if you did not so why shouldnt you when thats what they want...cause the law can do that .
    ya they can sure, but why be such liars, and why in the shell... you shouldnt break the law but dont think about how i really think you should break the law..

    July 8, 2011 at 1:23 pm | Report abuse |
  3. Gung Ho

    Ther was a murder of a little boy who was kept in a cage. Where is the rage ovet that?

    July 8, 2011 at 5:29 pm | Report abuse |
  4. crystal coleman

    ithink it sad i beilve casey did to it

    July 8, 2011 at 11:32 pm | Report abuse |
  5. Rev. Ceola Curley

    Let's get real America, this case was a set up from the beginning, I wrote it down when I saw the judge, there would never be a conviction, no jury would find Casey gulity and alow a black judge to sentenc a white woman to death, or life even if the evidence was there.

    July 14, 2011 at 7:35 am | Report abuse |
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