Re: Florida is screwed up place
- From: Canuck57 <Canuck57@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2011 23:05:58 -0600
On 05/07/2011 9:53 PM, emdeplume@xxxxxxxx wrote:
On Tue, 05 Jul 2011 21:32:07 -0600, Canuck57<Canuck57@xxxxxxxxxx>
On 05/07/2011 7:42 PM, emdeplume@xxxxxxxx wrote:On Tue, 05 Jul 2011 19:33:15 -0600, Canuck57<Canuck57@xxxxxxxxxx>
On 05/07/2011 7:16 PM, Harryk wrote:On 7/5/11 8:38 PM, Canuck57 wrote:So in Florida, kid makes too much noise just throw them to the gators.
If someone comes asking, just lie.
Does not mater you never reported your two year old missing. Does not
mater that there is no sane use for chloroform in the home or you leave
some behind. No explanations required....
And once again, you demonstrate your stupidity and ignorance.
The state failed to prove its case against Casey Anthony as it pertained
to the three serious charges. The state failed to prove a cause of death
or a time of death or that Casey Anthony killed the child. It did
present a lot of evidence, but much of that evidence was full of holes.
The state, for example, made a big deal about the "death smell" it
alleged emanated from the trunk of Casey Anthony's car. But there is no
court-accepted scientific procedure for evaluating "death smell."
This does not mean Ms. Anthony is innocent. It only means the state was
unable to prove its case. I think Ms. Anthony killed the child, but I
have no proof of it. In a criminal trial, of course, the entire burden
of proof rests with the prosecution.
The fact that the child was not reported missing is not proof the mother
killed her. The forensic evidence related to the chloroform was disputed.
I don't know what you did in your working career, but it obviously did
not involve abstract thinking or, likely, any serious intellectual
activity. I posit that because of your repeated inability to present any
of your arguments logically.
In my opinion, the state failed to get convictions on the serious
charges because its charges exceeded its evidence and it sought the
death penalty. Ms. Anthony might have been convicted of murder in the
second degree or manslaughter in the first degree and served a long
Now, it is likely she will be released in the next couple of days.
Rationality and reasonable take a brain that at least 12 jurors today
failed to come up with.
Hey, kids, don't even report them missing. Just hide the body long
enough that the evidence of death is not apparent. Florida, it is now
legal not to report your dead kids missing.
Fleabag logic I guess.
Agreed in that not guilty does not mean innocent.
But these facts were beyond all reasonable doubt:
- Casey lied her ass off at every turn and would not cooperate to find
- Casey never reported here missing EVER (her grandmother did). And 31
days missing says it all.
- there is no legal reason to be in possession of chloroform.
The above is good for manslaughter or child abuse resulting in death as
a guaranteed minimum. Skip the rest of the crap. It only adds and
supports that this was in fact 1st degree murder.
Because even if Casey knew who killed her, she is then an accomplice.
Which I don't believe one bit. I think she did it.
Worst part, this bitch can now do it again. Change her name, dye her
hair, she might even look after kids in a daycare.
So, your proposal is to dispense with the current legal system and
replace it with what exactly? Oh wait, you like the systems they have
in China and Somalia.
In Somalia, likely no charges at all. In China, she would have to
answer for 31 days of no reporting and the details. That is, forced to
testify on discovery and not cooperating with police is a much more
Which isn't a bad idea. This case exemplifies a flaw in current law.
While she hasn't been convicted, it does not mean innocent. Funny that
her worst punishment has yet to come, her face is almost as recognizable
as Obama's. Will not take long at the party for the chat to start.
So, basically you prefer the Chinese system. Feel free to move there,
assuming they'll let you in, which I doubt.
Yes, she's not innocent, just not guilty. So? What does that have to
do with your mental problems?
In many ways, the Chinese system is better. No where near as corrupt. Much lower government cost per worker. But I do not know Chinese and far too many people to be a good place to live.
I would pick south America somewhere south of Mexico. As Mexico is a drug hole and pit of corruption.
Government isn't the solution to the bad economy, it is the problem.
In Debt We Trust!
-- Obama and the democrats, world record in debt incursion.
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