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Casey Anthony -- America's Most Hated?

7/17/2011 1:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

It's been almost two weeks since Casey Anthony was found not guilty of killing her daughter Caylee -- and it seems the American public will never forgive her.    

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So we gotta ask ...

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61.

Billy    

Let's be honest, and i know it's not very christian of me. I'm looking forward to opening the paper and seeing her obituary. I could care less and murders should be put to death.

1005 days ago
62.

Puckett    

Izzy less than a minute ago
Man I worked at the Movieland Wax Museum like ten years ago there was this girl that worked there named Trish who looked EXACTLY like Casey. Same face, expressions, skin tone, hands, body language, everything. Its really creepy. Nobody liked her for some reason, I wonder why.

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I can't believe you just took the time to diss some girl you worked with 10 years ago. She must of really hurt your ego. lmao!

Oh BTW did anyone there like you? lol

1005 days ago
63.

always    

I hope one of those nuts put a bullet right between her eyes.She does not have the right to walk around and party and make money off killing her baby.

1005 days ago
64.

Jenn    

Shows like Nancy Grace bring a lot of important issues to light. Like now I know sequestering juries may be a bad thing, judges appointed may go for a stronger charge if they are up for re-election, and that may not be a good thing since the jury may not convict on cir****tantial evidence, anyways, Caylees Law will at least look at the ode that a parent not reporting a missing child for a long period will face strong penalties in and of themselves. Stuff like that is brought to light by JVM and Nancy and I say power to the people. The jurors were lazy $@?$ tards that just wanted their 15 minutes of fame. I hope they rot, too.

1005 days ago
65.

bunny    

God, if I ever get accused of murdering someone (when I didn't) and I'm not guilty, remind me to shoot myself in the head so the nasty savage beasts, such as these people who think they know what happened, never enter my life.

1005 days ago
66.

Ghost Rider    

Puckett, not even the managers or customers liked this girl. I remember this tourist who was a cop from SF called her a bitch and made a big scene, it was hilarious. Not even the managers liked her. Yes everyone liked me, how could they not.

1005 days ago
67.

stef    

Why would you even bother to ask if her parents will forgive her? Isn't it quite obvious that has already happened, seeing as Cindy lied her ass off on the stand for this sick f@ck?

1005 days ago
68.

Barbara    

What did this jury want, a video tape of this murder. If she can be found not guilty then who the hell could. The murderers in prision should get Jose Baez to file their appeal and get these jurors so that would free up a lot of prison space. There are a lot of peeople in prison with a lot less evidence. What were these people thinking. She should rot in hell

1005 days ago
69.

Ghost Rider    

BTW Puckett,age is the real ego killer. You should know that by now. Fortunately for me I dont age, so I actually still look the same as I did in my head shots ten years ago, so my ego is pretty much still intact.

1005 days ago
70.

Puckett    

Jenn 5 minutes ago
Shows like Nancy Grace bring a lot of important issues to light." blah blah yada yada yada...

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Your right, and the most important issue Nancy Grace brings to light is that state and federal prosecutors can be vile disgusting biased bat sh*t crazy loonies who are out to get you whether your guilty or not, you know, just like Nancy Disgrace, a former state prosecutor who's disgrace herself repeatedly as a prosecutor, and was reprimanded multiple times by the Georgia Supreme Court because of it.

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Prosecutorial misconduct
The Supreme Court of Georgia has twice commented on Grace's conduct as a prosecutor. First, in a 1994 heroin drug trafficking case, Bell v. State, the Court declared a mistrial, saying that Grace had "exceeded the wide latitude of closing argument" by drawing comparisons to unrelated murder and rape cases.[8]
In 1997, the court was more severe, overturning the murder-arson conviction of businessman W. W. Carr in the death of his wife. While the court said its reversal was not due to these transgressions, since the case had turned primarily on cir****tantial evidence, it nevertheless concluded "the conduct of the prosecuting attorney in this case demonstrated her disregard of the notions of due process and fairness, and was inexcusable."[9] Carr was freed in 2004 when The Georgia Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Fulton County had waited too long to retry him, thereby unfairly prejudicing his right to a fair trial[10].
Despite upholding the conviction she sought, a panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals wrote in a 2005 opinion that Grace "played fast and loose" with her ethical duties and failed to "fulfill her responsibilities" as a prosecutor in the 1990 triple murder trial of Herbert Connell Stephens.[11] The court agreed that it was "difficult to conclude that Grace did not knowingly use ... [apparently false] testimony" from a detective that there were no other suspects, despite the existence of outstanding arrest warrants for other men.[11]

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In fact this bitch is so vile and disgusting she isn't even above embellishing the murder of her boyfriend to enhance her image and credibility! Un-freakin'-believable the gall that bitch has...

Allegations regarding fiancé's murder
In March 2006, an article in the New York Observer suggested that in her book Objection!, Grace had embellished the story of her college fiancé's 1979 murder and the ensuing trial to make it better support her image. Grace has described the tragedy as the impetus for her career as a prosecutor and victims' rights advocate, and has often publicly referred to the incident.[34] The Observer researched the murder and found several apparent contradictions between the events and Grace's subsequent statements, including the following:
Her fiancé, Keith Griffin, was shot not at random by a stranger, but by a former coworker, Tommy McCoy.
McCoy did not have a prior criminal record and, rather than denying the crime, confessed on the night of the murder.
The jury deliberated for a few hours, not days.
There was no ongoing string of appeals (McCoy's family did not want any). McCoy has only once filed a habeas petition, which was rejected.
Grace told the Observer she had not looked into the case in many years and "tried not to think about it."[34] She said she made her previous statements about the case "with the knowledge I had."[34]
In response to Keith Olbermann's claims in a March 2007 Rolling Stone interview in which he was quoted as saying, "Anybody who would embellish the story of their own fiancé's murder should spend that hour a day not on television but in a psychiatrist's chair,"[35] Grace stated, "I did not put myself through law school and fight for all those years for victims of crime to waste one minute of my time, my energy, and my education in a war of words with Keith Olbermann, whom I've never met nor had any disagreement. I feel we have X amount of time on Earth, and that when we give in to our detractors or spend needless time on silly fights, I think that's abusing the chance we have to do something good."[35][36]
Keith Griffin's murderer, Tommy McCoy, was released from the Georgia Department of Corrections on December 5, 2006. [37]

1005 days ago
71.

Grandma Cracker    

Chris 22 minutes ago
Grandma Cracker, neither you nor I, were a jurist. We did not hear every piece of evidence in this case, like the jurors. Nor were we there to observe the court interaction firsthand. Nor did we have the instructions from the judge in deciding the case. She's had her day in court. It should end there. You and I do not have a right to judge her. It's not right legally or morally to judge her. The Bible would certainly not condone us judging her.
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Chris, I never said she was guilty or not guilty, I just said I thought she was a psychopath and that other psychopaths would be out to get her.
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I even conceded to you that she was not a psychopath because two psychologists said she has no mental illness. I watched one of those psychologists last night on HLN song and dance around for twenty minutes explaining mental illness and saying Casey COULD have this or that, but HE is not saying that she HAS this or that.

The only opinion that I rendered is that Casey is evil. Hey, tossing your dead baby in a swamp to rot while you go on a 31 day party binge is kinda evil, but I guess I just have a lot unfounded judgments.

1005 days ago
72.

Puckett    

Well that's news! Grandma Cracker hasn't actually decided if she's guilty or not. Guess that means she's still impartial? lol

1005 days ago
73.

Puckett    

Oh wait, nevermind.

1005 days ago
74.

Superman    

TMZ, if you give this lying, baby-killing slut any money, I will not come back to this site on a regular basis. I will put a curse on your business. You all can burn in Hell as far as I'm concerned if you give her any money.

Check out the IRONY.....

A Florida couple was just found guilty, on Thursday, of "manslaughter, third-degree murder and child neglect" and faces up to 45 years in prison, because their pet python strangled the mother's 2-year-old daughter and tried to eat her, back in 2009.

Casey Anthony's attorney, during his opening statement, said that Casey left her 2-year-old daughter unsupervised outside by a swimming pool where the daughter drowned. Then, instead of calling the paramedics, she supposedly gets her father to toss Caylee's body in a swamp. But yet, she gets a "not guilty" verdict on the same charges!!!!!!!! Told you her "not guilty" verdict had nothing to do with the evidence, but everything to do with her perceived feminine attractiveness.

1005 days ago
75.

BigBoy479    

Gugga Manson - well hell...I sure feel like an ass now. I apologize. But as far as my opinion on the case, I will refrain from posting it on here. I'm a very stubborn, hard headed and opinionated person so I would likely ignite a fire storm on here if I were to start a discussion as to her innocence or guilt. Therefore I will just say this...i believe she is guilty of murdering her child, but given the way in which our justice system functions, I believe that the verdict was the right one. But let me reiterate, I definitely think she is responsible for her child's death, but there was reasonable doubt raised in the case therefore the verdict (unfortunately) was the correct one.

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