By now, you probably know the story of Casey Anthony, who was amazingly found NOT GUILTY of capital murder of her 2-year old daughter, Caylee. It’s a sad, but expected ending to a upsetting case that saw Anthony celebrate on Facebook while the investigation was on-going.
Anthony was found guilty for giving false information on a few counts, but the biggest aspect of the trial — the murder of her child — apparently remains unsolved.
Needless to say, reaction on Twitter has been swift and loud. Considering the emotions tied up in this case, perhaps Anthony would be best served staying completely out of the public’s eye:
#NancyGrace‘s know-it-all-of-course-the-jury-will-find-her-guilty diatribe looks silly.The only upside to this not guilty verdict is that
#notguilty verdictThis is the reason why we need a new justice system prime example the
Its official, Murder is legal in America!
The ire and anger being felt is reminiscent of the original O.J. trial. The difference is, Simpson was never found guilty of any counts. Anthony, on the other hand, was found guilty of obstruction of justice on four counts. Is that the same as being guilty of murder? Of course not, but there’s your difference between the two cases.
For her guilty verdicts, Anthony faces a maximum of one year in prison for each count, however, she does get credit for time served.